|Advanced Principles of Electronic Warfare|
Advanced Principles of Electronic Warfare (On-Demand Course)
Course Length: 24 hours total - delivered across 8 sessions of 3-hours each. Each session contains lecture and practical problems.
This Advanced Electronic Warfare course has eight three hour sessions. It is designed for individuals who have completed a fundamental EW course or have significant experience in the field. Legacy and new generation threats and EW techniques are covered at an unclassified level. The course avoids deep mathematical coverage, explaining all concepts in practical, physical terms. Each of the sessions includes lecture and in-class problems. Although each session stands alone, the set of eight provides full coverage of the EW field.
There is a downloadable course syllabus provided for each session. It contains copies of all visual aids and problem worksheets for that session. It will be available for download in the meeting room.
Each session was presented LIVE by an actively engaged instructor. The virtual classroom allowed learners to “raise a hand,” ask questions audibly or type them in the chat, and the instructor responded in real-time. It’s just like sitting in the classroom.
These "Live Educational Courses" presented by AOC are recorded when broadcast live and are subsequently made available to registrants for 30 days in our "On-Demand Educational Courses" catalog.
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Who Should Attend
The intended audience is working professionals in EW or related fields. Examples and exercises will be about the level expected in upper division engineering courses. However, dB equations and physical explanations of concepts will still be an integral part of the course.
Please Note: Access to the course materials will be provided within one business day of registration.
AOC Members - $1600
Non AOC Members - $1650
Dave Adamy is an internationally recognized expert in electronic warfare who writes the popular monthly EW-101 column in the Journal of Electronic Defense magazine. He has over 50 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 quick reaction capability to high reliability. He has published over 250 professional articles on Electronic Warfare, receiver system design and closely related subjects, including the popular EW101 series in the Journal of Electronic Defense. He has presented dozens of EW courses for military, government and defense industry organizations in the US and allied countries. He holds an MSEE (Communication theory) and has written 16 books on Electronic Warfare and related subjects.