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Adapt to New, Complex Threats
Simulate an electronic battlefield with thousands of emitters
High-density EW threat simulation
The ability to ensure spectrum-wide superiority largely determines success or failure during a military operation. Attaining that control is increasingly challenging in electronic warfare (EW). Even the smallest military can build powerful weapons systems, given the availability and low cost of powerful, advanced electronics. Digital and programmable radio frequency equipment continuously creates a more complex battlefield. In addition, radars can quickly change waveforms, making it challenging to locate, identify, and confuse hostile emitters.
Learn more by downloading the EW white paper. Key topics covered in this white paper the following:
- Electronic warfare is modern warfare.
- New advanced threats proliferate.
- Modern electronic countermeasures introduce new challenges.
- An open architecture is key to adequately modeling threats.