Airborne EA Training Solutions

Realistic electronic warfare threat-emulation subsystems

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Electronic Attack Training Solutions

As the near-peer threat accelerates, it is imperative to train radar operators against realistic airborne electronic attack systems. By leveraging advanced EW training pods that accurately emulate the adversary’s jamming and deception capabilities, the warfighter is prepared for operation in the contested electromagnetic spectrum.

To achieve the scalability to accurately emulate a wide range of hostile electronic attack systems, our radar training technology incorporates advanced DRFM sub-systems and a library of validated jamming and deception threats.


  • Accurate EW threat emulation with validated threat library
  • Train radar operators to identify and mitigate various types of jamming threats
  • Provide real-world training with high-performance RF and digital processing
  • Network Control: A scalable architecture that supports multiple networked emitters and recievers
  • Effectivess Feedback: Integrated sensor-fusion solution that interfaces with existing systems
  • Validated EW threat library
Customized Designs
  • Wideband RF Transceivers
  • Low-latency digitization and FPGA processing
  • High-performance DRFM technology

Trusted Microelectronics

Trusted Supply Chain Starting at Chip Scale

To deliver the latest commercial technology purpose-built for mission-critical aerospace and defense applications, we start at chip scale with our high-density system-in-package technology, designed and manufactured in trusted and secure DMEA-accredited facilities. 

Electronic Warfare Solutions

Delivering Technology Innovation to the Spectrum

From chip scale to system scale, we make the most advanced technologies profoundly more  accessible to electronic warfare test, training and tactical applications.   

Network Control

To maximize the effectiveness of complex threat emulation, EA training systems must utilize a scalable architecture that supports multiple, networked units. Through this architecture not only can you scale the number and locations of emitters and receivers, you can control them through a simple interface that includes a technique library of multiple, validated threats.

Whether you need a single DRFM unit or a complex system consisting of multiple elements, contact us to learn how we can help you develop a tailored radar training solution.  

Effectiveness Feedback

Creating a realistic training environment for radar operators is only the first step. In order to maximize the performance of the electronic protection techniques that defend the radar against jamming, the operators need to measure the effectiveness. Implementing effectiveness feedback requires an integrated sensor-fusion solution that interfaces with existing systems.

When you need a complete training solution for next-generation radar systems, contact us to learn how we can leverage our broad portfolio of sensor technologies to develop the solution to prepare your radar system for new and emerging threats.


RFS1080 RF System-in-Package

RFS1080 RF System-in-Package

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