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Electronic warfare simulation as applied to passive intercept training
Normand Arthur Houle
by Naval Postgraduate School, Available from National Technical Information Service in Monterey, Calif, Springfield, Va
Written in English
Elements of simulation in general and of electronic warfare (EW) in particular are presented. In the area of EW simulation, radio frequency (RF) stimulation is emphasized. A survey of four current or proposed EW simulators is presented. Finally, desirable features to look for in an EW simulator are discussed.
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Elements of simulation in general and of electronic warfare (EW) in particular are presented. In the area of EW simulation, radio frequency (RF) stimulation is emphasized. A survey of four current or proposed EW simulators is presented. Finally, desirable features to look for in Electronic warfare simulation as applied to passive intercept training.
distribution is unlimitedElements of simulation in general and of electronic warfare (EW) in particular are presented. In the area of EW simulation, radio frequency (RF) stimulation is emphasized.
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This compilation of tutorial articles from JED provides introductory level electronic warfare instruction for students of the ://