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Old 10-19-2005, 09:09 PM
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JORN assures early warning for Australia

29 February 2000
By Michael Sinclair-Jones

Introduction


Australia is using a sophisticated new radar network that can detect stealth bombers, curb illegal immigration and spy on neighbouring nations from at least 3000 kilometres away. The $A1.8 billion Jindalee Operational Radar Network (JORN) has taken more than 30 years to complete but is now undergoing final trials. [30 years to complete! Wow! That must be SOME RADAR system coz it sure as hell cant seem to stop illegal fishing boats from regularly landing on our shores, not to mention the light aircraft that fly in from islands to the North loaded with drugs and guns. Mr Kerry Packer - Oz's richest man - upped his fortune this way in the late 70's early 80's through his cattle stations up North]

JORN is designed to monitor air and sea movements across 37,000km of largely unprotected coastline and 9 million square kilometres of ocean. It is being used to cast a security shield across Australia's remote northern approaches without the high cost of maintaining constant maritime and air patrols.

Operational Use

Jindalee over-the-horizon radar was used to track military aircraft landing and taking off from Dili Airport, in East Timor, on 20 September 1999, when Australia-led Interfet forces began securing the former Indonesian province from militia violence. Australian Hercules C130 transports were detected from 1500 kilometres away by a 6 kilometres-long radar array at Longreach (Queensland), and at a similar site at Alice Springs (Northern Territory).

Aircraft images were displayed on radar consoles in Adelaide and Melbourne, 2600 kilometres from the action. Royal Australian Air Force commanders said the radar was accurate enough to show aircraft turning on their landing approach to Dili Airport.



The new radar has also been used to track illegal immigrants approaching Australia by boat through the region's largely unguarded northern waters. Although designed primarily for air detection, JORN was reconfigured last year at Australian Government request to scan for marine intruders. More than 500 illegal immigrants have been arrested and detained in recent weeks, largely as a result of JORN intelligence passed to civilian customs authorities. JORN can also measure wave height and wind direction for meteorological reports.

Jindalee radar at Longreach, Alice Springs and Laverton (Western Australia) enables Australian military commanders to observe all air and sea activity north of Australia to distances of at least 3000 kilometers. This takes in all of Java, Irian Jaya, Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands, and halfway across the Indian Ocean.

The new radar has also been used to track illegal immigrants approaching Australia by boat through the region's largely unguarded northern waters. Although designed primarily for air detection, JORN was reconfigured last year at Australian Government request to scan for marine intruders. More than 500 illegal immigrants have been arrested and detained in recent weeks, largely as a result of JORN intelligence passed to civilian customs authorities. JORN can also measure wave height and wind direction for meteorological reports. [Really? What a croc! Indonesian fisherman REGULARLY camp on our beaches overnight on their fishing trips and board our local fishermans boats. Where is that FANTASTIC over the horizen RADAR able to "measure wave heights". Crap! Jindalee has little or nothing to do with "over the horizen" abilities. Australias North is open slather.]

Jindalee radar at Longreach, Alice Springs and Laverton (Western Australia) enables Australian military commanders to observe all air and sea activity north of Australia to distances of at least 3000 kilometers. This takes in all of Java, Irian Jaya, Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands, and halfway across the Indian Ocean.

[img align=left]http://defence-data.com/storypic/sunset2.jpg[/img]JORN underpins Australian long-term military defence planning based on repelling an invader that attacks southwards through the Indonesian Islands, as did Japan in World War 2.

RAAF Group Captain Greg Hockings, who heads the new Jindalee Operational Radar Network, describes Jindalee as a "tripwire" in Australia's northern surveillance system.

JORN project manager Gordon McElroy, who previously directed Lockheed Martin's US battlefield defence programs, says of JORN: "There is none like it anywhere on the planet."

The JORN System

Lockheed Martin is the major partner in an Australian joint venture company, RLM Systems, which took over the project from the Australian Government's partly privatised telecommunications company, Telstra, in 1997. RLM performed a rescue operation after Telstra reported a $609 million loss on the project and could not guarantee a delivery date.

JORN uses two high frequency radio transmitters located 2300 kilometres apart, at Longreach and Laverton. The transmitter arrays are about one kilometre long and can generate a 20 kilowatt signal, which is stronger than most radio station signals.

The signal is said to be strong enough to blow up nearby re-fuelling depots, which are equipped with metal "faraday" shields to stop accidental sparks.[I bet they are! Coz it uses a SHITLOAD more power than 20,000 watts which is nothing. A biker marijuana "Hydro House" with electricity bypass is pulling that. My illegal Hydro setup was pulling 13 Kilowatts. Who writes this CRAP!]

Signals are aimed at the ionosphere, where the beam is reflected over the horizon to targets up to 3000km away. A weak return signal from over the horizon is captured by a highly sensitive receiver that uses advanced software to separate background "clutter" from selected targets.

[img align=left]http://defence-data.com/storypic/poles.jpg[/img]The receivers consist of two "arms", each 3.4 kilometers long, and each site consists of 960 individual antenna masts that must not be more than 10mm out of line along the whole length.

Transmitter and receiver sites near Longreach and Laverton are located about 100km apart to prevent electronic interference. The system is linked to 17 beacon stations across northern Australia, which are used to measure ionospheric conditions and calibrate transmissions from Longreach and Laverton.

The RAAF admits the system can operate well beyond its "unclassified" range of 3000 kilometres when radar signals become trapped inside the ionosphere and bounce twice before emerging over the horizon. However, unofficial reports that JORN can see as far as Singapore Harbour, Hong Kong and the Russian border are described by the RAAF as "highly optimistic".

More than a million lines of software code were written to integrate the constantly changing electronic data in what is described by RLM Systems as the biggest software development project in the southern hemisphere. The whole network is linked to a test command centre in Melbourne and, via a duplicate link, to the RAAF's high frequency surveillance command headquarters at Edinburg base, near Adelaide.

Stealth Aircraft not Immune

Edinburg is also linked to a third Jindalee transmitter and receiver at Alice Springs, which has operated as a JORN test site since 1993. McElroy says the Jindalee radar is very difficult to jam because of the way the signal is propagated over the ionosphere. "It can also detect stealth bombers, which are not designed to defeat the characteristics of Jindalee's high frequency radar," he said.

Stealth aircraft, such as the US Nighthawk F117A, are designed with sharp leading edges and a flat belly to minimise reflections back towards conventional ground-based radars. However, Jindalee radar bounces down from the ionosphere onto upper surfaces that include radar-reflecting protrusions for a cockpit, engine housings and other equipment.

Group Captain Hockings says stealth aircraft are coated with special radar absorbing material to avoid detection by conventional microwave radar. But the Jindalee radar uses high frequency radio waves, which have a much longer frequency than microwave radar. "Unless designed to be stealthy to both microwave and HF radars, (stealth) aircraft would not evade detection by JORN," he said.

Defence contractors are due to hand JORN over to the RAAF at the end of next year.

http://defence-data.com/features/fpage37.htm

[A first year Airforce electronics engineer would role around the ground in fits with this "official" report on this system. It is used for anything BUT over the horizen RADAR which SIMPLY does'nt work. If it did dont you think EVERY country would be clamouring for one? Are their ANY in the U.S? NO! For one they are SITTING DUCKS for an ALCM. Note that the report states the system is keeping an eye out on Oz's neighbours to the North in case of future invasion?8-) Truly, someone had fun with this article. Oz is brimming with secret bases. Friends in the early days of mining exploration tell me of Yank "University Expeditions" in the middle of nowhere...yeh, right - Pentagon University]

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Old 10-19-2005, 09:20 PM
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How's it going TB, long time no communicay, lets get them thinking again!
for as long as Im not working anyways.
I'm game...
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Old 10-19-2005, 09:35 PM
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Behold a dark horse cometh

We call you out
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Old 10-19-2005, 09:42 PM
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Behold a dark horse cometh

We call you out
Remember, the man is nothing, the work is everything.

You must direct them toward Liber ALLA, on my website. That is all that matters.

Stir them up.

For we shall call them out.
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Old 10-20-2005, 01:06 AM
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Hey TLT how goes it.

Listen up fra_nothing and friends. I will leave this forum permenantly if this crap keeps up.

fra_nothing...keep to your own incoherent threads and i will keep to my relevant posts.

If you dont, out of sheer spite, when i leave, i am going to contact Wayne Prime, an NCO lecturer in Military Intelligence based in Kunundra North Queensland and fax him your comments on using baling wire to wreck part of the U.S electricity grid...which he will pass onto his contacts in Military Intelligence in the U.S. who will pass it on to the Department Of Homeland Security.

That is a promise I will keep as God is my witness.

Trust me fra_fuckwit. The intelligence services are very bored and eager to write up daily reports justifying their existence. Especially when it comes to Mentally Ill persons such as yourself who are ACTUALLY who the authorities most fear...copycat terrorists with to much time on their hands.

When they arrive at your door your petulance will suddenly disapear. You will react like the raving lunatic you are and a psychiatric detention order issued and you can sun yourself in a L.A nut house for a few weeks.

You are a Meth dealer who supports himself through drugs. You can be easily traced and deserve to be.

I sware by God i will do this and i will ask to be informed of your reaction when they appear at your door. I will happily post a report here. You are a genuine danger to public safety and I have not the slightest ethical qualms about reporting you to a government agency.
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Old 10-20-2005, 01:38 AM
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[30 years to complete! Wow! That must be SOME RADAR system coz it sure as hell cant seem to stop illegal fishing boats from regularly landing on our shores, not to mention the light aircraft that fly in from islands to the North loaded with drugs and guns. Goanna - Oz's richest man - upped his fortune this way in the late 70's early 80's through his cattle stations up North]

Goanna - Wasn't he cleared by the Costigan Royal Commission? An interesting article touches on the subject. Heres the link http://www.crikey.com.au/articles/2005/07/11-1539-1009.html

Very interesting post True Believer ;-)
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Old 10-20-2005, 10:08 AM
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Hey hey
Yeah that Jindalee report is utter crap.
For a start long wavelength radars are easy as fuck to jam, only milimeteric radars are to my knowledge at the moment unjammable, or frequencey hopping burst systems.
Yeah well as for the first of its type the Ruskies have had thier "woodpeckers" since the 70s and the HAARP has been around for a while as well, funny only the good folk of Siberia claim theirs as OTH radars.
We all know what there for, there have been a lot of fireballs whizzing around the desert skys out our way for quite a time.

If you think thats interesting you should check out the "Echelon" spy system and with particular refference to the Deakon building in Canberra which within its 4 foot thick windowless reinforced concrete walls, is resplendent with the largest nest of cray supercomputers in the southern hemisphere and a fibre optic direct line to NSA headquarters in Virginia.
Mmmmmmmmmmm
They dont need to spy on us, we do it for them and if they see fit they let us know whats going on.
Its a shame they actually use the info against us on issues as trivial as stealing our export markets.
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Fra nothing, I've seen all the negative post against you, I'll wait and see what you contribute now that I'm back on...I'm not saying I am a wealth of info, but once upon a time this site was buzzing with alot of intelligent qoutient, and I think I was a part of it, I'd like to see that again.
I haven't read your post, I'm willing to see what you offer, I'm not long in the tooth in my post, I hope you are the same?
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Sorry for divrting off topic...http://www.thelivingweb.net/free_books.html
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Fra nothing, I've seen all the negative post against you, I'll wait and see what you contribute now that I'm back on...I'm not saying I am a wealth of info, but once upon a time this site was buzzing with alot of intelligent qoutient, and I think I was a part of it, I'd like to see that again.
I haven't read your post, I'm willing to see what you offer, I'm not long in the tooth in my post, I hope you are the same?
Again, this site has been fine without you. It was buzzing while you were gone, it will buzz while you are here and will buzz when you leave again.

You do not affect the buzz, my dear. In fact, I think it is the buzzing in your ear that you may be hearing.

Oh, yes, torchlithill, wait and see what freakman contributes. I'm sure all the intelligents on this site who consider him a nutcase will change their opinion if you see otherwise.

Get real!!!

Long in the tooth in his posts?

You haven't read a thing he's written have you?

Well, don't waste your time.

It makes less sense than you do.
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