Wireless tactical data links such as Link-16 can experience a wide variety of interference from both allied communications and hostile jammers. This paper proposes a method to implement high-fidelity RF interference modeling in an emulated network using the open source CORE and EMANE software. A look up based statistical approach to define the RF interference in a pairwise RX/TX representation is inserted into the emulator at the physical (PHY) layer. This adjusts the reception in real time in order to analyze a network's performance in the presence of specific interference such as a jammer or another network using the same waveform. The comparative study conducted shows a percent error more than 95% for the base EMANE processing, in network packet loss, in our test setup with little degradation in emulation performance. Our algorithm reduces this error to almost zero.