JETS Graphical User Interface

Configure flight scenarios and missions in minutes

JETS (Jam Editor and Threat Simulator) is a Windows-based software interface used to configure, test, and visualize real-world mission scenarios for Mercury’s ARES and mPOD solutions. 

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JETS is Software Interface for ARES radar environment simulators and mPOD Electronic Attack Emulator

Create targets, radar, environments, and EA techniques to emulate

Features
  • User-friendly software interface with 20+ years proven performance
  • Resource library to save scenarios, platform/radar settings
  • Autocalibration for lab, open range, and other SUT testing environments
  • Built-in test to help troubleshoot and identify hardware issues
  • Windows compatible

JETS for ARES: 

  • Manage scenario resources, set scenario parameters, control a simulation, and view or export real-time data
  • Customizable data-logging rates and data parameters

JETS for mPOD:

  • Quickly update and load missions and threats to support multiple training programs across sites using various radars and aircraft
  • Configure, prioritize and switch between 15 live missions
  • Quickly calibrate, test and perform maintenance on the mPOD with out-of-the-box aircraft test and ground operational equipment
  • Speed integration with the aircraft display, control panels, and built-in Ethernet or discrete interfaces
Specifications

JETS for ARES: 

  • Real-time data display to dynamically observe radar performance and make instant adjustments during live emulation
  • Built-in test (BIT) feature for thorough system checks and malfunctioning hardware identification for reliable and accurate emulation
  • Data-logging rates and data parameters configuration to streamline data analysis and reduce file size
  • Ability to import target and other parameters from a database
  • Configure Doppler, range delay, pulse modulations for moving targets, atmospheric loss, ground and sea clutter, turbulence, weather and target reflections, RCS, glint, scintillation, multipath, target subscatters, electronic countermeasure techniques, and other simulation options to comprehensively test air-to-air, air-to-ground, and surface-to-air radar modes
  • Define synthetic aperture radar (SAR) target locations and scene parameters on ARES-SAR systems to test ground moving targets (GMT) radar modes

Proven Radar Emulation

Simulate real-world flight scenarios on the ground

ARES products realistically replicate adversarial threats, targets, weather scenarios, environments, and electronic countermeasures—all from a controlled environment.

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