Defense contractor Northrop Grumman’s Electromagnetic Systems Laboratory unit has successfully deployed its Guardrail Guide Baseline (GGB 2.0) hardware and software to U.S. army military intelligence battalions. GGB’s network-based architecture supports forward garrison operators and rear operators via satellite link, as well as cooperative operations with other signal intelligence sensors. The new GGB 2.0 delivers enhanced data processing capabilities for signal analysis and command and control of the RC-12 Guardrail payload, which detects, identifies, and locates ground-based radar and communications signals. The original announcement came be found on the Northrop Grumman website. Keep up with the latest developments in the military sector. Information is updated regularly on Interference Technology’s Military Channel. Try it now.