Electronic Warfare Resources
Military action involving the use of electromagnetic energy to determine, exploit, reduce, or prevent hostile use of the electromagnetic spectrum, and action which retains friendly use of electromagnetic spectrum. - Answers.com|
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Electronic Warfare Design Books
Electronic Warfare Manufacturers & Services
|53d Electronic Warfare Group|
850-882-3435 / Eglin AFB, FL
Acts as the Combat Air Forces' (CAF) primary provider of electronic warfare technical, operational, and maintenance expertise, and serves as Air Combat Command's test agency for electronic warfare systems.
Army Building Electronic Warfare Soldiers
Article from Defensetech.org.
Association of Old Crows (AOC)
A not-for-profit international professional association with over 13,500 members and 100+ organizations engaged in the science and practice of Electronic Warfare (EW), Information Operations (IO), and related disciplines.
Electronic Combat Systems
From the Federation of American Scientists.
Electronic Counter Measures
Application note by by Lee Pucker Chief Technology Officer, Spectrum Signal Processing.
Definition & information from Wikipedia.
Electronic Warfare: A Critical Military and Technological Asset for the Improvement of the Common European Security and Defense Policy (ESDP)
Abstract by Ilias Panagopoulos, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA.
Electronic Warfare and Radar Systems Engineering Handbook
805-989-3447 / Point Mugu, CA
Designed to aid EW and Radar systems engineers in making general estimations regarding capabilities of systems, from the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division.
Electronic Warfare Test and Evaluation University
Meets the unique training requirements of EW test engineers. The comprehensive training program consists of a series of courses that fall into four categories: Fundamental Concepts, Threat Systems and Air Defense Principles, Electronic Warfare Systems and Survivability Test Methodologies and Data Analysis.
Electronic Warfare Systems
Abstract by Spezio, A.E. Tactical Electron. Warfare Div., Naval Res. Lab., Washington, DC.
Electronic Warfare (EW) Working Group
Our mission is to educate the defense community at-large about the importance of EW and work together to strengthen EW capabilities and assets to maintain the highest level of military readiness today and into the future.
Jane's Radar and Electronic Warfare Systems
800-824 0768 / Alexandria, VA
This comprehensive guide covers the whole spectrum of surveillance, identification, targeting, control, intelligence gathering and self-protection systems for land, sea, air and space applications.
Modular Covert Remote Electronic Warfare Simulator
Abstract by Mark W. Hynes, Robert L. Weeks, James L. Cole, Robert E. Reiner, Timothy T. Taylor
|NAVAIR Naval Air Systems Command|
Information from the United States Naval Air Warfare Weapons Division.
NAWCWD Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division
An organization within the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), dedicated to maintaining a center of excellence in weapons development for the Department of the Navy (DoN).
New Army Field Manual Deals With Electronic Warfare
Radar Warning Receivers
Information from Brooke Clarke.
SDR Platform Enables Reconfigurable Direction Finding System
Article By Jyothsna Rajan, Spectrum Signal Processing.
Space & Electronic Warfare Lexicon
Contains acronyms, abbreviations and terms relating to the military, space & electronic combat, electronic warfare, command & control, weaponry, general warfare, information warfare, special operations, non-lethal weapons, computers, homeland security, the Internet, emerging technology, and kindred topics.
Spectrum Signal Unveils Prototyping System for Electronic Warfare
Article from Military & Aerospace Electronics.
The OPSEC Professional's Association
206-426-1379 / Hesperia, CA
The Operations Security Professional's Association (OSPA) is a tax exempt Non-profit organization dedicated to improving awareness of Operations Security procedures, as well as building cohesion amongst its members. OSPA members work together behind the scenes to further the discipline, as well as creating and sharing information on a wide range of subjects, such as information security, OPSEC briefings, Security Briefings, OPSEC program management and more.