For the EW community, this presentation offers fundamental principles to guide a coordinated, coherent approach to our profession, including our relationships with the cyberspace and information operations communities.
This presentation focuses on the evolution of the EW environment & the need to leverage next-gen capabilities increasing situational awareness for warfighters operating any platform & within any domain, protecting them against adversaries across the EMS.
GPS signal reception is potentially vulnerable to interference and spoofing. This webinar provides a high level perspective on the effects of jamming and spoofing on GPS receivers and describes some interference mitigation approaches.
From the origins of radar prior to WWII, through Pulse Doppler radars, Continuous Wave radars, Monopulse radars, and to modern Active Electronically Scanned Arrays (AESA), the attendee will understand the fundamentals of how radars work.
This webinar builds on the themes from the May 14, 2014 Advocacy training. It will take the topics and methods discussed into more detail for those who would like to aggressively focus on EW advocacy in their home districts and on Capitol Hill.
This webinar explores how antenna arrays work and what differentiates them from “normal” antennas. Learn the differences between an Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) or Passive Electronically Steered Array (PESA) phased-array.
If you’re moderately aware of what a “DRFM” is, you’re clearly no dummy. This webinar will cover the basics of Digital Radio Frequency Memory devices (DRFMs) used in modern Electronic Warfare (EW) jamming systems.
With all the buzz of Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) in the news, so many people are still unaware of what SIGINT is, and how it works. This presentation will remove the cloudiness and misperceptions that may surround SIGINT in the minds of many.