Electronic missile could target "radio frequency spectrum"

11/22/2011 | Aviation Week & Space Technology

The U.S. military has flown an electronic missile known as the Counter-Electronics High-Power Microwave Advanced Missile Project, or Champ. The military has not released a lot of details about the new weapon, but Boeing officials have confirmed the project. Keith Coleman, Boeing's program manager for Champ, said "the whole radio frequency spectrum is viable as a target" for the missile.

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