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Electronic Warfare Training Bootcamp, Electronic Warfare Training Crash Course

Electronic Warfare Training Bootcamp, or Electronic Warfare Training Crash Course is a 4-day intensive training bootcamp covering key concepts, technologies and principles of operation of  Electronic Warfare (EW) systems and radar-controlled weapon systems including:


Learn abut Electronic Warfare (EW) and the ability to use the concept of electromagnetic spectrum and using signals including  radio, infrared, electro/optics,laser or radar to sense, protect, and communicate. EW can also be used to deny adversaries the ability to either disrupt or use radio, infrared, laser  and radar signals.

Electronic attack, protection and support are key EW functions including:

  • Domain superiority inclusing land, air, sea, space, cyberspace
  • Superiority or control in the electromagnetic spectrum
  • Disrupting a given EW related signal
  • Using radio waves,infrared or laser light, to confuse or disable an enemy’s electronics
  • Preventing a receiver from being jammed
  • Support and operation to augment detection and mitigation
  • Creating and producing the data necessary to disrupt the electromagnetic spectrum
  • Collecting an enemy’s radio signals or sensing the radar of an incoming missile.

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TONEX has been a leader in electronic warfare training and consulting since 1993.

TONEX has helped in knowledge transfer to U.S. and NATO government agencies, DoD and government contractors to develop EW systems and recently tactical lasers, advanced electro-optics, next generation jammers, big data and analytics to support activity-based intelligence, Link-16,  along with ISR and electrical systems capable of powering innovations for the future.

Learn about:

  • Fundamentals of EW
  • Use of EW to combat activities from detecting and defending IED attacks to jamming enemy communications, ship defense or taking over control of enemy drones
  • Use of Radio, Infrared and Radar
  • Military action involving the use of electromagnetic
  • Electronic countermeasures
  • RF detection and mitigation to augment security operation
  • Detection and mitigation techniques
  • Big data and analytics
  • Electronic Warfare strategy
  • Advanced electronic warfare technology to defend assets and proactively use the electromagnetic spectrum to attack enemies
  • EW systems including Navy’s Next Generation Jammer, Army vehicle-mounted EW and Air Force integration of EW into its fleet
  • Advanced EW attack technology
  • Advanced electronic attack
  • Advanced electronic warfare support
  • Harden kill-chains with electronic protection
  • principals of electromagnetic battle management to manage the assets in the battlespace

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Key Topics Include:

  • Introduction To Electronic Warfare (EW)
  • Radar Fundamentals
  • Target Discriminants
  • Characteristics Of RF Radiation
  • Electromagnetic Spectrum
  • Radar Signal Characteristics
  • Radar Principles
  • Antenna Characteristics And Scans
  • Target Tracking
  • Radar Missile Guidance Techniques
  • Electronic Warfare Fundamentals Table Of Contents
  • Fundamentals Of Radar Jamming
  • Radar Noise Jamming
  • Decoys
  • IR Fundamentals
  • Laser Fundamentals
  • Radar Electronic Protection (EP) Techniques
  • Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) Basic Operations
  • Geolocation Techniques
  • Self-protection Jamming System Operations
  • Electronic Warfare (EW) Key Principles & Overview
  • Electronic Warfare (EW) Operational Functions and Capabilities
  • Using DoDAF to Architect Electronic Warfare (EW) Operation, Capabilities, System and Services
  • Threat Systems and Simulation
  • Electronic Attack Concepts
  • Electronic Protection and Jamming Radar, Electromagnetic, Radio Propagation Theory and Communications Systems
  • Electronic Warfare (EW) Physics, Math and Calculations
  • Application of Chaff and Decoys
  • Application of IR/EO Threats and Countermeasures
  • Role of Antennas and Receivers used in Electronic Warfare
  • Principles and Types of Antennas, Receivers and Signal Processing
  • Probability of Detection Calculation
  • Precision Location Techniques
  • Radar Characteristics and Radar Types
  • Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) warfare
  • Traditional and Next Generation Threat Radars and Countermeasures
  • Traditional and Next Generation Communications Threats and Countermeasures
  • Decoys and Infrared Threats & Countermeasures
  • Directed Energy Weapons (DEW)
  • Principles of Laser and High Power RF DEW

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