This three-day course covers the integration of various electronic warfare systems (radar warning receivers, jammers, decoys, missile warning sensors, other aircraft avionics systems), which is one of the most challenging problems faced by the EW community. It begins with an overview of computers, sensors and networks existing in everyday life and transitions easily understandable concepts to airborne integration approaches and lessons learned. The course also provides linkage between varying disciplines in EW and provides a template useful for engineers working legacy EW system integration.
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Who Should Attend
Junior through mid-level avionics or EW engineers and program managers seeking knowledge of EW System Integration, and individuals involved in IR/RF jammer, missile warning system, dispenser systems, data links and other avionics systems in need of integration
How You Will Benefit
Understand the concept of an on-board microcomputer, aircraft data bus networks and interface to other systems and on-board sensors.
Understand the fundamentals of aircraft data bus structures.
On-board avionics sensors and systems interface.
Become familiar with aircraft environmental issues affecting EW Integration.
Review legacy platform integration evolution.
Discuss issues facing effective EW Integration.
Become familiar with testing approaches for integrated systems including flight test.
Review a comprehensive set of tools needed to integrate and test digital avionics systems.
Discuss the future of avionic system integration.
A generic computer in context
Networking avionic systems
Aircraft bus structures
On-board sensors and avionic systems
The aircraft environment
Legacy platform integration evolution
Testing digital EW systems
Future integration possibilities
CD-ROM with additional material
For Course-Related Questions
Please contact the course administrator: Rod Beard
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