Electronic Warfare Testing: Capture, Measurement and Emulation Webcast
1 Hour | Webcast - recorded | Where & When
WHY THIS WEBCAST IS IMPORTANT
This webcast explores equipment and software for testing electronic warfare (EW) systems in both transmit and receive modes. The first part explains commercial off-the-shelf test equipment and software for capturing and measuring electronic warfare techniques in the time, frequency, and modulation domains. The second part discusses signal generation software and hardware for emulating radar threats to test EW receivers.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Test engineers, systems engineers, and managers who develop, test and reprogram electronic warfare systems
Walt Schulte, Application Engineer, Agilent Technologies
Mr. Schulte has 10 years experience in the Aerospace and Defense Market. Prior to joining Agilent in 2011, Mr. Schulte worked for NAVAIR as a systems and test engineer for a defensive electronic warfare countermeasure suite. He has also worked for a small defense company as a scientist developing synthetic aperture radar simulations and models for a government agency. Prior to that, he served as a First Division officer aboard a frigate stationed in San Diego. Mr. Schulte received his BSEE from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Where & When
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Training & Event Materials
Electronic Warfare Testing: Capture, Measurement and Emulation Webcast Slides
Slides from the February 21, 2013 webcast
Seminar Materials 2013-02-21
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