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White Paper: Test & Measurement

Unraveling the Future of Military EW Systems


The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and various other federal agencies are placing significant emphasis on developing electronic systems with open architectures and advanced technologies to create adaptive techniques that effectively meet future contested battlefield requirements. This focus extends to modern military electronic warfare (EW) systems, which encompass radar and electronic countermeasure (ECM) capabilities. Compared to legacy technologies, these systems boast higher levels of integration, enhanced performance, and digital modulation of signals. However, these advancements also come with increased design complexity and vulnerability to interference.

To ensure the successful operation of radar and ECM systems during military missions, a comprehensive approach is essential. This involves integrating high-performance instruments, dedicated software, and advanced support. Such an approach ensures that the testing process addresses the specific performance and functional requirements set by the DoD for each project.

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