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An introduction to the major concepts of Radar and Electronic Warfare

ATI's Radar and Electronic WarfareTest course


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      This four-day course covers the major concepts of Radar and Electronic Warfare (EW). The first two days cover radar and make us of the excellent book, Introduction of Airborne Radar (Second 'Edition), by Stimson. The material is presented in an easy-to-understand manner, with emphasis on those concepts of most importance to the EW matters to follow. Understanding radar principles is very important to effectively apply electronic warfare concepts to counter radar. The last two days make use of EW materials collected by the instructor, with many of the materials from his book, Radar Vulnerability to Jamming. The participant gains understanding of radar and how the main methods of EW interact with radar. Other EW topics are covered briefly, including infrared systems and lares, and communications jamming. This provides the participant with a well-rounded view of the entire spectrum of EW. The basic organization of EW databases is also covered so that the participant learns how the information needed for effective jamming of radar systems is obtained and used by the EW community.

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    Instructor:

      Richard G. Wiley, Ph.D. has written 5 books on ELINT and EW and has published many technical papers. His latest book is ELINT: the Interception and Analysis of Radar Signals, Artech House 2006. He has been an instructor in George Washington University's Continuing Education program, for RAS, Inc, ATI, Inc, and for the Association of Old Crows (AOC). He is past chairman of the AOC Professional Development Committee. He was elected a Fellow of the IEEE

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    What you will learn:

    • Radar Fundamentals
    • Radar Vulnerability to Jamming
    • EW fundamentals; Range Equations
    • Noise Jamming
    • Deception Jamming: Range, Angle, and Velocity
    • Infrared, Communications and other aspects of EW
    • EW Databases and their uses in EW

    Course Outline:

    1. Radar Concepts, Implementation and Applications
    2. Radar Fundamentals and Groundwork
    3. Choice of Radar Frequencies
    4. Directivity and other aspects of the Antenna Beam
    5. Pulsed Operation
    6. Radar Detection Range
    7. Range Equations
    8. Pulse Delay Ranging
    9. Pulse Compression
    10. FM Ranging
    11. Doppler Effect
    12. Pulsed Radar Spectrum
    13. Sensing Doppler Frequencies
    14. Ground Clutter
    15. The Crucial Choice of FRF
    16. Aspects of CW Radar including LPI
    17. Signal Interception and the Environment
    18. Electronic Support (ES)
    19. Direct Detection (Crystal Video)
    20. IFM Receivers
    21. Super-heterodyne and Other Receivers
    22. Direction Finding
    23. Emitter Location
    24. Noise Jamming
    25. Deception in Range, Angle and Velocity
    26. Chaff
    27. Decoys
    28. Some Stealth Aspects
    29. Towed and Expendable Jammers
    30. Communications Jamming
    31. Effectiveness Evaluation
    32. EW Data Bases

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