Electronic Warfare and ELINT Core Concepts
$2190 per person
This four-day low math/high concepts course addresses EW/ELINT terms and concepts, radar theory for EW/ELINT, types of receiver systems used for intercept and collection, emitter locating techniques, basic signal analysis techniques/methods, and the baseline statistics required to properly categorize and log emitters into database systems. Practical exercises illustrate principles involved.
This course is a must attend for those new to EW and/or ELINT, as well as those requiring a refresher course to enhance their overall knowledge in these fields. Whether a manager, engineer, scientist or software analyst, this course will jumpstart your knowledge base. A comprehensive set of notes and references will be provided to all attendees
Patrick J. Ford, Ph.D., has over 35 years experience in the research, design, development, testing and operation of ELINT and EW systems and databases, coupled with extensive ELINT/EW experience on surface, subsurface and airborne platforms. As the Chief Scientist for Erevno Aerospace, he serves as an EW science advisor with the Navy, supporting both manned and unmanned EW systems. Pat has been developing and presenting highly dynamic courses and seminars on ELINT and EW topics for over 20 years.
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