The Drive reports on tests of the Coyote Block 2 counter to Unmanned Air Systems (cUAS). This is apparently derived from the earlier Coyote Block 1 system. I may be guessing, but I presume they use the same controls and the Block 2’s launcher would be backwardly compatible.
These are specs for the earlier Block 1 as reported in Wikipedia:
- Airspeed: 55 knots (102 km/h) cruise, 70 knots (130 km/h) kts dash
- Deployment altitude (air launch): up to 30,000 feet (9,100 m) MSL (in non-icing conditions)
- Comms range: 50 nautical miles (93 km) (May 2016); 70 nautical miles (130 km) (ground test October 2016)
- Endurance: 1 hr+ @ cruise (May 2016); 2h (2017)
- Weight: 13 pounds (5.9 kg)
- Length: 36 inches (0.91 m) 
- Wingspan: 58 inches (1.5 m)
The Block 2 appears to be similar in length and probably in weight, but it is a very different kind of loitering munition since it is jet powered. Reportedly it is four times faster than the propeller driven Block 1 meaning capable of at least 220 knots and perhaps as much as 280 knots. The block 2 is also claimed to have a longer loiter time and to be more maneuverable. There is also a block 3 version.
“Raytheon announced in August 2021 that a demonstration of the Block 3 in an air intercept test had used a non-kinetic warhead to defeat a swarm of 10 drones. This type of payload reduces potential collateral damage and enables the variant to be recovered and reused.”
The Coyote Block 2 is not a possible future system, it has already been cleared for foreign military sales and,
“According to the company, Raytheon expects to achieve full-rate production of Coyote Block 2 in 2020.”
Iranians and their proxies appear to be stepping up the use of UAS. Breaking Defense reports,
“What is different… is a dramatic uptick in the UAV activity in the region, both in terms of their capability, their profiles, and the density of activity,” Vice Adm. Brad Cooper said.
The July 2021 fatal UAS attack on the M/V Mercer Street provides ample evidence that defenses like the Coyote Block 2 are needed to protect shipping in the 5th Fleet Operating Area.
Having seen the upgrades to the Webber class FRCs going to PATFORSWA, it may be that they are being fitted with essentially the same systems as the Light Marine Air Defense Integrated System. If that is the case, they may be equipped with the Coyote counter UAS system.
I also have to wonder if such a system could provide a close in weapon system to intercept at least sub-sonic cruise missiles. As a self-defense system, it would not have to be as fast as the incoming missile, it would just have to affect an intercept at some distance from the targeted ship.
Presumably these might also be useful against swarming fast attack craft.