electronic warfare


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n electronic warfare military action involving the use of electromagnetic energy to determine or exploit or reduce or prevent hostile use of the electromagnetic spectrum
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Model CS20-54-435/4 is an extremely broadband directional coupler from Pulsar Microwave that is ideal for measurement and electronic-warfare (EW) applications from 6 to 50 GHz.
China's military is preparing for electronic warfare by setting up information warfare units that are developing viruses to attack enemy computers and networks, according to the Department of Defense's annual report to Congress.
All Thales systems on board of the ship as well as the functional chains for Anti Air Warfare, Anti Surface Warfare and Electronic Warfare performed flawlessly.
Officials said Australia has become the first country other than the United States to buy Boeing EA-18G Growler advanced electronic warfare technology.
He's been awarded the Bronze Star for ideas on electronic warfare.
Advanced Components for Electronic Warfare (ACE) Program.
It is part of Aberdeen Proving Ground's Program Executive Office for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors and will be in the area indefinitely.
Model TGA2576 is a gallium nitride (GaN) power amplifier developed by TriQuint Semiconductor for C-IED and electronic-warfare (EW) applications.
Long duration RF storage and playback is proving to be an essential new tool for addressing today's electronic warfare and surveillance challenges.
The Strategy Analytics Advanced Defense Systems (ADS) service report, "Space Communications Systems and Electronic Warfare," predicts that space communications systems will play a strategic role.
A report from the Department of Defense states that China's military is preparing for electronic warfare by developing viruses to attack enemy computers and networks.
A US Electronics Warfare Technician Wikimedia Commons.
The story of the man who developed the technologies used in modern electronic warfare.