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Electronic Warfare

Electronic Warfare (EW) involves the use of the electromagnetic spectrum, or directed energy to control the spectrum, for attack purposes or to impede enemy attacks. The range of EW applications has expanded dramatically in recent years; examples include missile guidance, radio controlled improvised explosive devices, stealth technologies, and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). We distribute broadband microwave and millimeter-wave products from top vendors that are used in EW systems.

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Electronic Warfare (EW) involves the use of the electromagnetic spectrum, or directed energy to control the spectrum, for attack purposes or to impede enemy attacks. The range of EW applications has expanded dramatically in recent years; examples include missile guidance, radio controlled improvised explosive devices, stealth technologies, and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Many modern EW techniques are highly classified.

Links to Additional Information

Jane's Radar and Electronic Warfare - Comprehensive guide covering the whole spectrum of surveillance, identification, targeting, control, intelligence gathering and self-protection systems for land, sea, air and space applications.

Association of Old Crows - Advocate group focused on the need for a strong defense capability emphasizing electronic warfare and information operations to government, industry, academia, and the public.

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