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Effective employment of both ECM and ECCM depends on the ability of (a) ELINT to determine the capabilities of the radars of potential hostile forces, (b) the ESM system to determine the electronic order of battle, and (c) the ability of the RWRs in the individual aircraft to detect the RF emissions of any enemy system that threatens the aircraft, identify the sources of the emissions, and determine optimum responses.

Chapter Contents:

  • Electronic Intelligence (ELINT)
  • Electronic Support Measures (ESM)
  • Radar Warning Receiver (RWR)

Inspec keywords: electronic warfare; military aircraft; military radar; airborne radar; radar signal processing

Other keywords: electronic warfare intelligence function; RWR; RF emission detection; aircraft; radar warning receiver; ELINT; enemy system; ECCM; electronic order-of-battle; electronic support measures; hostile force; ESM system

Subjects: Electronic warfare; Signal processing and detection; Electromagnetic compatibility and interference; Radar equipment, systems and applications

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