About the Book
This unique, new book covers the whole field of electronic warfare modeling and simulation at a systems level, including chapters that describe basic electronic warfare (EW) concepts. Written by a well-known expert in the field with more than 24 years of experience, the book explores EW applications and techniques and the radio frequency spectrum. A detailed resource for entry-level engineering personnel in EW, military personnel with no radio or communications engineering background, technicians and software professionals, the work explains the basic concepts required for modeling and simulation that today's professionals need to understand. Practitioners find clear explanations of important mathematical concepts, such as decibel notation and spherical trigonometry, necessary for modeling and simulation. Moreover, the book describes specific types of EW equipment, how they work and how each is mathematically modeled.