Fundamental Principles of EW Course
- AOC Headquarters - Alexandria
- Apr 09 - Apr 12
Registration Fee (s)
Fees on or before 3/29:
AOC Member - $2,000
Non-Member - $2,200
Fees after 3/29 or onsite:
AOC Member -$2,010
Non-Member - $2,250
Date: April 9 - 12, 2013
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Daily
Instructor: Dave Adamy
Location: AOC Headquarters - Alexandria, Virginia
This course provides insight into the whole electronic warfare field at the systems and operational level. It uses little math beyond algebra, yet the sources of important propagation and jamming equations are made amply clear. All information needed to understand the material is explained and included in the text. Both the course and the text avoid deep mathematical coverage, explaining all concepts in practical, physical terms.
Who Should Attend
This course is ideal for experienced engineers with expertise in one aspect of EW who want to round out their EW education, engineers and advanced technicians new to the field and those who need to understand how their products and subsystems fit into the big picture.
The fundamentals course is taught from two hardcover text books, EW101 (Artech House, 2000, ISBN: I-58053-169-5) and EW102 (Artech House, 2004, ISBN: I-58053-686-7) both written by the course instructor. Two supplementary booklets, an antenna slide rule, a scientific calculator, and various other handout items are also provided.
Dave Adamy is an internationally recognized expert in electronic warfare who writes the popular monthly EW-101 column in the Journal of Electronic Defense. He has over 40 years experience as a systems engineer and program technical director, developing EW systems from DC to light, deployed on platforms from submarines to space, with specifications from QRC to high reliability. He was principle investigator on a UAV links and payloads study for the U.S. UAV Joint Program Office. He has published many professional articles on EW, receiver system design and related subjects. He holds an MSEE (Communication Theory) and has ten books in print.
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