In the modern, highly digitised battlefield of the future, the dominance of the electromagnetic spectrum will be crucial to success. Not only does a military need to ensure that it can continue to use the electronic battlespace with as little disruption as possible to keep its forces networked and informed, it also needs to seek to disrupt the enemy from doing likewise.

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