Netline Communications Technologies unveils its C-Guard Micro portable Explosive Ordnance Disposal jamming unit | AUSA 2021 News Show Daily Coverage Report United States

Netline Communications Technologies Ltd., a leading developer and manufacturer of high-quality electronic warfare and spectrum dominance systems for defense forces and internal security agencies, is introducing its new C-Guard Micro system. This compact, portable, fully-covered explosive ordnance suppression unit is designed for use by military and law enforcement personnel, to assist bomb disposal teams during EOD and checkpoint missions, and to combat counter-terrorism missions.

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During AUSA 2021, Netline Communications Technologies introduced its new C-Guard Micro system, a compact, portable, fully coated explosive silencer. (Image source Netline Communications Technologies)

Based on the proven, reliable and advanced technology of the C-Guard family, the C-Guard Micro is extremely compact and easy to carry and offers an extremely high level of performance. It is adapted and adapted to the needs of bombing units for flexible, mobile, compact and efficient systems in terms of jamming force.
Weighing about 2.5 kg, the C-Guard Micro can be carried by either a single user or an EOD robot. When carried by an EOD robot, the system supports remote control to turn the system on / off and change the mission profile in real time, allowing interoperability between the robot and the muffler.

As compact, the system comes with a maximum of three antennas offering extremely high performance, while being able to process and attenuate high frequencies – from UHF / VHF to 6GHz – which has so far only been possible in large, cumbersome systems with multiple antennas.

With a small form factor and easy operation, the C-Guard Micro gives users flexibility in situations where access is time-critical but limited or only possible by stairs. A healthy system is resistant to harsh environmental conditions.

C-Guard Micro is based on the Netline Software Defined Radio (SDR) platform, allowing flexibility and adaptability to different operational scenarios and arenas and new emerging threats, by reconfiguring the system in accordance with existing arena threats

The system runs on an external rechargeable battery, which allows up to an hour of operation, or from an external power source such as a bomb-dropping robot – giving the team the time it takes to neutralize the threat while maintaining power protection.

“The C-Guard Micro silencer uses our new state-of-the-art EW generator,” said YallonBahat, CEO of Netline. “With more than double the transmission bandwidth of the previous generation solution, it covers all threats with just three bands. Using our proven jamming technologies that have been in operation for more than two decades, the C-Guard Micro muffler achieves an exceptional combination of weight and power. We have developed this unique system in accordance with the existing need for different bomb disposal units for a modern technological solution, in a flexible and compact system. We are proud of this system and its contribution, which protects the personnel of the unit and enables the field forces to quickly neutralize threats and fulfill their mission. “