Course NameLength
Advance Radar Electronic Support Measures (ESM/RESM)2 days
Advanced Communications Electronic Support Measures (CESM)2 days
Advanced Intelligence Analysis Implementation and Operation2 days
Advanced Space, Air and Maritime Platform Protection: Modeling and Threat and Vulnerabilities2 days
Airborne EW Systems Architecture and Integration2 days
Basic Electromagnetic Warfare Modeling2 days
Combat Electromagnetic Environment Modeling and Simulation Training2 days
Communications Electronic Support Measures (CESM) Workshop2 days
Communications Intelligence (COMINT) Analysis: Hands-on Workshop2 days
Communications Intelligence (COMINT) Workshop2 days
Counter-Stealth Engineering Workshop2 days
Counter-submarine Engineering Workshop2 days
Digital Electromagnetic Warfare Modeling with SysML2 days
Electro-Optical/Infrared Sensor Systems Engineering Workshop2 days
Electro-Optics / InfraRed (EO/IR) Countermeasure Development and Platform Protection2 days
Electromagnetic Spectrum Superiority Essentials2 days
Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) Analysis Workshop2 days
Electronic Protection and Electronic Attack for Non-Engineers2 days
Electronic Warfare (EW) Foundation: Space, Air, Land and Maritime EW and Signals Intelligence (SIGINT)2 days
Electronic Warfare (EW) Mission Planning Training2 days
Electronic Warfare (EW) Training Certificate4 days
Electronic Warfare EW Operational Test and Evaluation2 days
Electronic Warfare Photonics Engineering2 days
Electronic Warfare Short Course | EW Short Course3 days
Electronic Warfare Threat Modeling and Simulation Training4 days
Electronic Warfare Threat Modeling Essentials1 day
Electronic Warfare Training Crash Course4 days
ELINT Interception & Analysis Workshop2 days
EW Essentials for Managers2 days
EW Risk Management Workshop2 days
EW Threat Analysis Workshop2 days
EW Threat Vulnerability Analysis and Countermeasures Development Workshop2 days
EW-Electronic Warfare for Non-Engineers1 day
Exploit 5G Voice and Data Communications Workshop2 days
Exploit Emerging Voice and Data Communications2 days
Exploring Basic RF Electronic Warfare Concepts in the Modern Era2 days
Fundamentals of Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) for Space Systems2 days
Fundamentals of Electronic Counter-Countermeasures (ECCM) Training2 days
Fundamentals of Electronic Protection and Electronic Attack2 days
Fundamentals of Emerging EW Capabilities2 days
Fundamentals of Intelligence Analysis and Decisions2 days
Fundamentals of Modern Electronic Warfare (EW) and Radar Systems3 days
Fundamentals of Radar Electronic Support Measures (ESM)2 days
High Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse (HEMP) Effects and Protection (U)2 days
High Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse (HEMP) Training Bootcamp (U)3 days
Introduction to Battlespace Spectrum Management (BSM)2 days
Introduction to Communications Electronic Support Measures (CESM)2 days
Introduction to Electronic Warfare3 days
Introduction to Electronic Warfare Operational Support2 days
Introduction to EW Effective Countermeasures (CM)2 days
Introduction to Weapon System Exploitation: Electronic Intelligence (ELINT)’ Exploitation and Countermeasures (CM) Development2 days
Millimeter Wave Radar Electronic Warfare Systems Engineering2 days
Mission Warfare Engineering Workshop2 days
Overview of MIL-STD-464 | Electromagnetic Environmental Effects, Requirements for Systems2 days
Planning, Coordination and Management of the Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) – Advance Workshop2 days
Radar Electronic Support Measures (ESM/RESM) Workshop2 days
RF Applied to Electromagnetic Warfare4 days
RF Electromagnetic Warfare2 days
Signals Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Workshop2 days
Space EW for Leadership2 days
Space, Air and Maritime Platform Protection Foundation: Threat analysis, Vulnerabilities and Protection2 days
Synthetic Aperture (SAR) Electronic Warfare (EW) Workshop2 days
Tactical Battlefield Communications Electronic Warfare (EW) Workshop2 days
Tactical HF/VHF/UHF/SHF Communications Training Bootcamp5 days
Tactical, Operational, and Strategic Electronic Warfare Bootcamp5 days
Understanding ASTERIX (All Purpose Structured Eurocontrol Surveillance Information Exchange)2 days

Electronic Warfare Training

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The demand for electronic warfare (EW) systems has been driven by rapid technological advancements and the growing need for electronic protection capabilities in militaries.

There has also evolved a greater emphasis on information superiority as well as situational awareness – two major factors driving spending in this sector.

Much attention recently has been given to directed energy weapons (DEWs), defined as electromagnetic systems capable of converting chemical or electrical energy to radiated energy and focusing it on a target, resulting in physical damage that degrades, neutralizes, defeats or destroys an adversarial capability.

The ability to focus the radiated energy reliably and repeatedly at range, with precision and controllable effects, while producing measured physical damage and/or mission defeat, is the measure of DEW system effectiveness.

Unlike weapons that fire bullets or missiles, DEWs can respond to a threat in different ways. For example, they can temporarily degrade electronics on a drone or physically destroy it.

Electronic warfare is also evolving down yet another path – cognitive electronic warfare (CEW).

Cognitive electronic warfare is the use of cognitive systems such as artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning to enhance development and operation of electronic warfare (EW) technologies for the Department of Defense.

Cognitive systems can sense, learn, reason, and interact naturally with people and environments, accelerating development and implementation of next generation EW threat detection, suppression and neutralization technologies.

Applying cognitive systems to EW development helps defense researchers identify patterns and develop hypotheses that can result in broad improvements across multiple systems, while also anticipating demands specific only to particular missions.

While these cognitive electronic warfare systems do not “know” definitive answers to problems, they are able to interpret a vast amount of data from a range of complex sources to provide well-reasoned hypotheses for consideration.

The task of CEW jamming, for example, can be broken down into three steps:

  • The jamming system identifies the operating state of the reconnaissance target based on its radar signal
  • By evaluating the effectiveness of the current jamming action, the jamming system establishes the optimal correlation between the target radar states and the current jamming techniques
  • Finally, based on the optimal jamming strategy generated, it guides the subsequent scheduling of jamming resources and implements jamming

Programs such as DARPA’s Adaptive Radar Countermeasures (ARC) and Behavioral Learning for Adaptive Electronic Warfare (BLADE) are among the first examples of this new generation of cognitive EW technology.

They promise to keep EW one-step ahead of threat systems that are operating across wider bandwidths and feature much better RF agility/adaptability than previous generation, enabled by massive use of digital waveform generation and processing.

Experts in this field contend that the most successful uses of CEW are not those that rely entirely on computers, but are instead those which combine computer input with human strategies and understanding. Assigning data collection, information storage, and probability calculations to computers allows humans more capacity for focusing their creativity and insights on better solutions.

Electronic Warfare Training Courses by Tonex

Electronic Warfare has evolved at such a staggering pace that continual education is required for those whose jobs overlap with this field. Beneficiaries of additional training include:

  • Technical personnel
  • Electronic warfare or radar system planning, design, development, operations and maintenance
  • Electrical engineers
  • Software engineers
  • System engineers
  • System analysts
  • Cybersecurity professionals
  • Verification and validation personnel
  • Project managers
  • Program managers

Tonex has been a leader in Electronic Warfare training services since 1992. Our courses cover a wide array of information such as:

  • Overview of Electronic Warfare (EW) Key Concepts
  • Principles of Net-Centric Electronic Warfare
  • Principles of Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR) Applied in EW
  • Key Technology Enablers of Modern and Emerging RADAR Systems
  • Electronic Warfare Functions
  • Electronic Warfare Technology
  • Electronic Warfare Systems Engineering and System of Systems Engineering

Why Choose Tonex? 

Our instructors are some of the finest in the world. They are experts in their fields as well as bringing real world experience to their instruction methodologies.

And here’s something you won’t find everywhere: We’re flexible. Tonex can tailor courses to the specific needs of individuals, agencies and organizations.

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Electronic Warfare Courses