Electronic Warfare Against the New Threat Environment Training

Electronic Warfare Against the New Threat Environment Training

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Electronic Warfare Against the New Threat Environment Training Course Description

A new generation of threats has created a significant number of new challenges to Electronic Warfare equipment and tactics. This is a practical, hands-on Electronic Warfare Against the New Threat Environment Training course which covers Spectrum Warfare and current EW approaches, and moves on to discuss the new equipment capabilities and Tactics that are required to meet the new threat challenges. The course covers Spectrum Warfare, including the nature of this newly recognized “battle-space.” Electronic Warfare Against the New Threat Environment Training also covers both legacy and next generation threat radars, digital communication theory and practice, and legacy communication threats, digital RF Memories, new developments in Infrared threats and countermeasures, and modern radar decoys.

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• We can adapt this Electronic Warfare Against the New Threat Environment Training course to your group’s background and work requirements at little to no added cost.
• If you are familiar with some aspects of this Electronic Warfare Against the New Threat Environment Training course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
• We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the Electronic Warfare Against the New Threat Environment Training course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
• If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the Electronic Warfare Against the New Threat Environment Training course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

Related Courses:

Electronic Protection and Electronic Attack Training
Directed Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM) Principles Training

Electronic Warfare Against the New Threat Environment Training – Skills Gained:

• Concepts and strategies of Electromagnetic Spectrum Warfare.
• Important EW calculations (including J/S ratio, Burn-through range, Intercept range, etc.)
• EW impact of improved capabilities of new radar and communications threat systems.
• New EW systems and strategies required to counter modern threats
• Capabilities and applications of digital RF memories.
• Capabilities of modern IR weapons and countermeasures.
• Capabilities of radar decoys.

Electronic Warfare Against the New Threat Environment Training – Course Content:

EW Principals & Overview Review of Electronic Warfare basics and dB math.

Electronic Spectrum Warfare. The nature and significance of this newly recognized “battle space.”

Legacy Radars Description of current threat systems and the EW techniques used against them.

Next Generation Threat Radars Description of new threat systems developed to counter current EW techniques and equipment.

Digital Communication Digital communication theory and its application to modern communication threat systems including integrated air defense systems.

Legacy Comm Threats Current hostile military communication and the countermeasures used against them.

Modern Comm Threats New generation hostile communications systems – including IEDs and the EW techniques used against them.

DRFMs Description of digital RF memory hardware & software and their application to EW operations.

IR Threats and CM Legacy and new generation IR threats and the countermeasures used against them.

Radar Decoys Modern radar decoys and how they protect airborne and shipboard assets.

Instructor

Dave Adamy has over 50 years experience developing EW systems from DC to Light, deployed on platforms from submarines to space, with specifications from QRC to high reliability. For the last 30 years, he has run his own company, performing studies for the US Government and defense contractors. He has also presented dozens of courses in the US and allied countries on Electronic Warfare and related subjects He has published over 250 professional articles on Electronic Warfare, receiver system design and closely related subjects, including the popular EW101 column in the Journal of Electronic Defense. He holds an MSEE (Communication theory) and has 16 books in print.

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