Boeing selects Elbit anti-jamming system for an F-15 operator

By The Jerusalem Post

Elbit Systems’s iSNS jamming system will be integrated into a fleet of Boeing F-15 fighter jets of an unnamed operator, the aerospace giant said Sunday in a press release.
“After careful evaluation of similar systems, Elbit Systems’s solution was selected due to its proven performance and ease of integration,” Lauren Gramlich, Boeing’s director of international F-15 programs, was quoted as saying. “Elbit’s iSNS anti-jamming system will meet the demanding operational requirements of this valued customer, and it demonstrates Boeing’s commitment to partner with Israeli industry to advance the capabilities of the F-15 Platform.”
The iSNS (Immune Satellite Navigation System) was developed and is manufactured by Elbit Systems in Israel. It is an effective GPS electronic counter countermeasure system (ECCS) that ensures reliable and uninterrupted GPS operation. Developed and manufactured by Elbit Systems in Israel, the iSNS  – Immune Satellite Navigation System –is an effective ECCM GPS electronic counter countermeasure system that ensures reliable and uninterrupted GPS operation.
It provides full jamming immunity for multiple satellite channels and handles multiple interfering signals operating on concurrent frequencies, the press release said.

“We are proud to be selected by Boeing to supply our unique iSNS technology for the F-15 platform,” Edgar Maimon, executive vice president and co-general manager of Elbit Systems ISTAR and EW, was quoted as saying. “Elbit Systems is a long-term supplier of Boeing, especially for the F-15 program, meeting quality, delivery time and cost requirements. F-15 has been a major platform in our portfolio for over two decades, and we look forward to continuing our collaborative work with Boeing in the future.”
Boeing’s F-15 program serves as the cornerstone of air superiority for the US, Israel and other air forces. It has grown in capabilities, range and payload capacities over the decades. Most of Israel’s F-15s were acquired in the second half of the 1970s, and a more advanced squadron arrived in Israel in the 1990s.
With a need to keep ahead of increased threats in the Middle East, the IAF is expected to soon place orders on several new aircraft to upgrade its aging squadrons, including a new model of the F-15IA from Boeing.
Last July, the US Air Force awarded a contract to Boeing to build as many as 200 new F-15s under the designation F-15EX. The first new F-15EX was officially unveiled by the Air Force on April 7 and will carry the name Eagle II.
The F-15X will come in two versions, a single-seat F-15CX and a twin-seat F-15EX, and be able to carry heavier loads of air-to-ground and air-to-air missiles than the current F-15s.
Other Elbit Systems technologies in use on the F-15 and F-15EX platforms include the Digital Helmet Mounted Cueing System, the Low-Profile Head Up Display and Large Area Cockpit Display and various structural elements.
“For more than 70 years, Boeing has partnered with companies across Israel in growing the country’s aerospace, defense and technology industries,” Gramlich said. “We are committed to expanding Israel’s defense and technological capabilities for decades to come.”