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Boeing delivers Maritime Signals Intelligence System

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FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA (BNS): Boeing has delivered the first system in the US Navy’s latest order of the Ship’s Signal Exploitation Equipment Increment F (SSEE-F) programme ahead of schedule.

This early delivery gives the Navy time for additional testing that supports future integration of new system features and software releases.

Boeing has already delivered four previous orders for the SSEE-F programme. Significant production gains were made last year, with all systems in the last order delivered early.

“As the Navy’s partner in building this critical signals intelligence system, we are focused on adding value for our customer,” said Dan Marini, Boeing SSEE-F programme manager. “We’re constantly looking at what we can improve next that gives them an advantage.”

The SSEE-F systems is a tactical cryptologic system which performs all signal processing functions necessary to acquire, identify, locate and analyze signals for external and internal information.

The SSEE-F systems built by Argon ST, a wholly owned Boeing subsidiary, builds on the capabilities of Increment E, with the latest in Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) technology, embedded processing and server network technologies.

Maritime signals intelligence is one of Boeing’s many C4ISR capabilities that provide a seamless flow of information – from collection to aggregation to analysis – for customers’ enduring need for situational awareness.


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