Electronic Warfare Handbook 2008
The Shephard Press | 2008 | ISBN: N/A | English | 117 Pages | PDF | 5.8 MB
The editor ponders the spread of defensive EW to, potentially, all military vehicles and to foot soldiers with the rise of the RF jammer to defeat remote-controlled IEDs.
Counter IED needs drive EW market.
The EW systems market is estimated at US $23 billion over the next 10 years, a small number considering widening needs and advancing threats.
Outline descriptions and technical data on aircraft self-protection and ELINT/COMINT systems, listed alphabetically by product designation with usage key.
Concise descriptions and data on self-protection systems for ground vehicles, listed by product designation and including a usage key.
Warship ESM and ECM equipment listed by designation with concise descriptions and usage key.
Key ground-based, airborne and shipboard radar systems listed by designation. Ship radar entries are fire control related.
A new section for this year's edition with details of equipment used to test EW systems on the flight line, in maintenance facilities and laboratories.
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