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Electronic warfare (EW) threat modeling and simulation is invaluable as a means of providing test and training opportunities without expenses and danger.

Electronic warfare threat modeling and simulation helps military personnel understand the importance of collecting the signals emitted by a threat in moving and fixed positions.

Electronic Warfare Simulators are especially beneficial for preparing combat pilots for when missile threats are encountered. That’s because the primary threat to combat pilots comes from the ground. As integrated air defense systems continue to advance, it is paramount that threats are quickly detected and destroyed.

This requirement is simulated as a very realistic threat training modality. Simulated threats provide the same indications as the real threat so pilot can initiate electronic attack countermeasures.

The importance of electronic warfare has escalated in proportion to its growing capabilities, transforming how countries are defended, battles are fought, wars are won, and whether countries even go to war at all.

With a staggering amount of modern equipment dependent on the electromagnetic spectrum, the war for electronic overmatch is constantly being waged in the airwaves as protective measures.

Military personnel rely on the EMS for navigation, positioning, communications and other capabilities; EW ensures those capabilities for allies and denies them to adversaries.

There’s also an ongoing trend in military training to include a thorough understanding of electronic warfare much like soldiers are taught the basic principles of ballistics: internal (inside the weapon), external (outside the weapon/flight), and terminal (reaching the target).

These concepts can also be taught as EMS theory, especially as radio usage concepts.

Many feel soldiers should have a basic understanding of how their systems operate on the EMS and how they appear on EW systems. Noncommissioned officers can coordinate with a spectrum manager or EW Soldier to run a spectrum analyzer (like the PR-100) while soldiers actively use their communications systems.

Electronic warfare threat modeling and simulation can help provide this training.

Want to learn more? Tonex offers Electronic Warfare Threat Modeling and Simulation Training, a 4-day course that provides modeling and simulation of classic and new threat environment applied to Electronic Warfare (EW) foundation.

This course is designed for military professionals, analysts, engineers, electrical engineers, project managers, electronic warfare technical professionals and anyone involved in planning, analysis, modeling and simulation of Electronic Warfare Threat in the new environment.

For more information, questions, comments, contact us.

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