Convoy IED Protection 

Since 1998, Netline has developed, manufactured and sold jamming systems providing effective Electronic Counter Measures against the threat of Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Devices (RCIEDs) and cell phone blockers.

Incorporating different output power levels, from low power up to very high output systems, Netline’s jamming systems and cell phone blockers are currently deployed worldwide, in both urban areas and harsh environments.

With a variety of configurations (man portable, vehicle mounted, mounted on ships and more) changing according to the operational environment, the system can be operated on the march, stationary or prone.

Active or reactive jamming for VIP and force protection is possible even in complex scenarios on land or at sea, where various threats might be used and large jamming coverage is required. 

Netline jamming systems are programmable, modular, and adaptable to ever-changing hostile strategies and tactics. Systems are tailor made to match the requirements of each customer, including MILSPEC solutions, covert jammers, low profile antennas and more.

Working with its customers, Netline studies the various IED threats in different arenas, focusing its engineering resources to IED defeat.

Many nations face threats in conflict zones and in homeland security. The devastating effects of IEDs on patrolling troops and convoys, and the increasing terror threat to homeland security are forcing many countries that have had no previous experience with counter IED to prepare for future threats.

Next generation technologies must tackle the spiraling variety of IED detonation techniques requiring “out of the box” thinking and fresh innovative approaches.

Netline’s modular software defined radio (SDR) platform RF jammer ensures that the equipment can be upgraded at any time in the future to incorporate new technologies and threats.  As terrorist’s methods of triggering IEDs evolves and mutates, Netline’s new IED jamming systems offer much more powerful and flexible architecture to quickly react and adapt to new threats.

As wireless radio devices continue to evolve and develop technologically, law enforcement and homeland security authorities around the world must maintain advanced operational capabilities, by using counter IED jamming that is based on adaptive technology, taking under account current and future threats.

Vehicular C-IED