Electronic Warfare Technology

Electronic Warfare Technology Overview

Electronic warfare comprises three main subdivisions: 

  • Electronic attack
  • Electronic protection
  • Electronic warfare support

These perform jamming or deception roles in communications, aircraft, radar, and naval vessels.

Electronic warfare technologies are designed to carry out military or intelligence missions on air, ground, sea, or space platforms. These include:

  • Antennas and antenna arrays
  • Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems
  • Anti-Radiation Missiles
  • Digital Electronic Warfare Systems that provide electronic warfare capabilities for aircraft
  • Directed Energy Weapons
  • Directional Infrared Countermeasures
  • Electronic countermeasure dispensing systems for aircraft and transport platforms
  • Electronic Support and Attack Platforms
  • Electronic Warfare Self-Protection Suite.
  • Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening
  • Emissions Control Systems
  • Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems
  • Identification Friend or Foe systems for aircraft and ships 
  • Infrared Missile Warning Systems
  • Laser-based Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures to protect against infrared-guided missile threats
  • Missile Warning Systems that defend aircraft against infrared missile threats
  • Multiple-Intelligence Data Sensors
  • Multi-Spectral Situational Awareness Sensors
  • Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems
  • Radar and Laser Warning Receivers 
  • Radio Frequency Countermeasures
  • Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems
  • Signal Jammers

Electronic warfare technology can be incorporated into systems and scalable subsystems running in tandem, including those that house multiple different devices in one self-contained unit.

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