The term electronic warfare (EW) refers to any action involving the use of the electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) or directed energy (DE) to control the EMS or to attack the enemy. EW includes three major subdivisions: electronic attack (EA), Electronic Protect (EP), and electronic warfare support (ES). The purpose of EW is to deny the opponent an advantage in the EMS and ensure friendly unimpeded access to the EM spectrum portion of the information environment. EW can be applied from air, sea, land, and space by manned and unmanned systems. - Wikipedia
Electronic Warfare Resources
Advanced RF Electronic Warfare Principles | Course from Georgia Institute of Technology.
Altera Corp | 408-544-7000 | San Jose, CA
Provides applications such as aircraft self-protection systems and tactical surveillance and intelligence systems for all branches of the armed forces. Other major business areas include missile and space electronics, infrared imaging, and automated mission planning systems.
ATI's Electronic Warfare Overview Course | 888-501-2100 | Riva, MD
This two-day course presents the depth and breadth of modern Electronic Warfare, covering Ground, Sea, Air and Space applications, with simple, easy-to-grasp intuitive principles.
Avalon Systems | +61 8 8260 8112 | Australia
Design and manufacture of signal processing sub-systems for use by the Australian Defence Forces and EW systems houses; Australian Industry Involvement on major EW acquisition programs; Provision of engineering consultancy services to the Australian Defence Forces, Defence Science & Technology Organisation (DSTO) and industry.
BAE Systems | Nashua, NH
Designs, develops, produces, and supports electronic systems & subsystems for military and commercial applications including electronic warfare and self-protection systems, surveillance and intelligence, aircraft controls and avionics, sensors and precision targeting, communication, navigation, identification, and reconnaissance systems, enterprise solutions and information management for the defense and intelligence communities, mission-specific software and geospatial exploitation products, and rapid C4ISR prototyping.
CACI | Arlington, VA
Designs, builds, operates and supports multi-mission and multi-spectral EW systems.
DRS Technologies | Parsippany, NJ
Design and development of complex electronic warfare radar systems.
Empower RF Systems | 310-412-8100 | Inglewood, CA
Founded in 1999, Empower RF Systems is a U.S.-based company and global leader in power amplifier solutions that are critical to defense, commercial, and industrial market applications. Investments in both hardware and software engineering are yielding next generation products with significant size, weight, and interface functionality advantages over legacy products in the market.
ESL Defence (now Textron Systems) | +44 (0)23 8045 5110 | UK
RF and Electro-Optic Stimulators and Flight Line Test Sets for military airborne applications, EW related research, study and in-service support activity on behalf of UK Government agencies and to Prime Contractors both in the UK & overseas.
Northrop Grumman | 847-259-9600 | Rolling Meadows, IL
Design, development and manufacture of defense electronics and systems.
Raytheon Company | 310-647-4519 | Waltham, MA
Development and production of EW system solutions for strategic and tactical aircraft, helicopters, and surface ships for the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, and their international counterparts.
Spectrum Signal Processing | 800-663-8986 | Canada
Supplies integrated software reconfigurable signal processing platforms which support mission critical applications such as electronic support (detection, direction finding), electronic attack (interception, deception, jamming, neutralization).
Syracuse Research Corp | 800-724-0451 | Syracuse, NY
ECM receivers, adaptive signal processing and adaptive nulling antennas to counter radar jamming and clutter problems.
Terma | +45 8743 6000 | Denmark
Develops and markets high-tech solutions, systems, and products for civilian and military applications.