An Israeli company provides Morocco with “secret” intelligence systems for electronic warfare

The Hebrew media reported that Morocco had obtained secret intelligence systems “Alinet” for electronic warfare from the Israeli company “Elbit”, which was able to collect the intelligence of the radar signals and determine the frequencies emitted by the radars of the air defense systems. .

This system is intended for the collection of radar signals and SIGINT missions to determine the frequencies emitted by the radars of air defense systems.

“As part of the contract, Elbit Systems will supply EW and SIGINT ground units equipped with electronic support, electronic countermeasures and command and control systems,” the company said in a statement. These units will create an overall passive ground and air picture and provide an electronic battle system, enabling an effective response to air and ground threats.”

He pointed out that “the system is dedicated to collecting signals from radars and SIGINT missions to determine the frequencies emitted by the radars of air defense systems, and can collect signals from radio and electromagnetic radars.

The system is used in operations to suppress SEAD enemy air defenses by searching for operating air defense systems via radar signals and enemy positions (command stations, for example) via radio signals, and this information it can be shared with Bayraktar TB2 and HAROP drones without the need for direct monitoring from special drone electro-optical EO systems.

In June, Elbit announced a $70 million deal to sell Sigint’s terrestrial systems to an international client. This deal may be for the Moroccan army. The contract will run for two and a half years.

During his meeting with the Inspector General of the Moroccan Armed Forces, Israeli Security Minister Benny Gantz confirmed that Tel Aviv is determined to “continue deepening and developing bilateral relations.”