Electronic warfare (EW) is the use of the electromagnetic spectrum to deny its effective use by an adversary while optimizing its use by friendly forces. Electronic warfare has three main components: electronic support, electronic attack, and electronic protection.
Weaponscombat.com has a huge collection of EW handbooks and manuals detailing military and civilian devices utilized for electronic warfare. Learn about the systems and technology used in this hi-tech field.
This handbook describes aspects of remote sensor operations including doctrinal fundamentals, equipment, command and control, planning, execution, logistics, and training. This document also provides the information needed by Marines to understand, plan, and execute remote sensor operations in support of the MAGTF.
Find out how the Sonic Nausea Generator works in this detailed guide. The author discusses that the reason it works is very simple. It all has to do with the ultrasonic waves upsetting a persons equilibrium. The waves are such a high frequency that they cause resonance in the ear canal and it begins to severely vibrate the equilibrium, causing the sediment–filled liquid to slosh around a bit.
Find out more about sensor and tracking devices in this detailed guide. Extensively covering the universal characteristics and training of sensor systems in a combat environment. Topics discussed include; nuclear radiation: its origin and propagation, sensor functions , detection, modulation and demodulation, imaging and image–based perception, and tracking.
Electronic Warfare is a vital part of Military Operations. This paper discusses: a) Issues relevant to the physical and electromagnetic vulnerabilities of UAV’s, b) The potential for EW payloads to simultaneously enhance the capabilities and reduce the vulnerabilities of these UAV’s, c) The potential applications of smaller UAV’s in an EW campaign. A must read all electronic fans.