The Department of Defense, United States Air Force, 673rd Contracting Squadron, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, is seeking a “Counter-Small Unmanned Aerial System (C-SUAS) Electronic Drone Emulator.”
This sources sought announcement aims to identify potential vendors capable of fulfilling this requirement to facilitate a competitive procurement process. As such, the U.S. Government strongly urges all businesses, regardless of their size, with an interest in this opportunity to participate in this sources sought overview.
The 673d Contracting Squadron) is conducting market research based on the following requirement for a handheld Counter – Small Unmanned Aerial System (C-SUAS) Electronic Drone Emulator.
- System must be able to receive and detect SUAS RF signals in common communication bands (2.4/5.8 GHz and 400/900 MHz)
- System must be able to validate the successful transmission of a protocol-based RF countermeasure
- System must provide supplemental environmental RF scanning to identify dynamic interference sources
- System must be able to receive support and software updates
- System must be able to be reusued and withstand multiple Electronic Warfare (EW) C-UAS system type tests without alteration to the device.
- System must have an internal rechargeable battery that lasts for a minimum of 3 hours
- System must have built-in display module that reflects user-based input and actions
- Original Published Date: Sep 07, 2023 04:07 pm AKDT
- Original Response Date: Sep 18, 2023 09:00 am AKDT
For more information, visit- Counter – Small Unmanned Aerial System (C-SUAS) Electronic Drone Emulator on sam.gov.
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