Learn the fundamentals of electronic protection (EP) concepts, or electronic counter-countermeasures, including basic electronic warfare concepts, noise jamming, range/velocity deception, and on-board and off-board angle deception, supported by laboratory demonstrations of noise and digital radio frequency memory (DRFM) generated electronic attack (EA) waveforms.
Explore the methodology for prioritizing EA threats and examples of current threat EA capabilities, conceptual descriptions of more than 50 EP techniques and adaptive array processing and digital beamforming.
This course is classified. Attendance is restricted to US citizens with the appropriate security clearance and need-to-know. All contractors wishing to attend a need-to-know classified course must have a US government sponsor or contracting officer signature.
Georgia Tech's Research Security Office will only process need-to-know certification and clearance forms with the appropriate signature. There are no exceptions to this policy. Eligibility questions should be directed to 404-407-6661. Attendees must fax the Need-to-Know Form to 404-407-8691.
Electronic devices, including but not limited to laptops, calculators, Fitbit and Garmins, are not permitted in the classroom. Limited storage compartments may be available in some locations.
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