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SMi’s Third Annual

Electronic Warfare
16th & 17th September 2002, The Hatton, London

                                                 A unique opportunity to learn from leading military and research experts
                                                 including:
                                                 • Wing Commander Gordon W Robertson, Officer Commanding, Royal Air
                                                   Force Spadeadam
                                                 • Lieutenant Colonel Sten Larsson, Head, Electronic Warfare, Swedish Armed
                                                   Forces Headquarters
                                                 • Lieutenant Colonel (USAF Ret’d) Marty Meyer, Director of Advanced
                                                   Programs, United States Marine Corps, Systems Command
                                                 • Lieutenant Commander Michael J. “Mumbles” Breslauer, VAQ - 140
                                                   Operation Officer, US Navy
                                                 • Lieutenant Colonel Seth Shepherd, Director, Air Force EW Evaluation
                                                   Simulator, US Air Force electronic Warfare Evaluation Simulator
                                                 • Major General (RDAF Ret’d) Ole Fogh, Head, EW Department, Terma
                                                 • Flight Lieutenant Simon Ambury, Nimrod Operation and Evaluation Unit,
                                                   Royal Air Force, Air Warfare Centre RAF Walton
                                                 • Harry Mühren, Project Manager, TNO Physics and Electronics Laboratory

                                                 PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHTS
                                                 • Gain an invaluable insight into country specific EW programmes from 7
                                                   different nationalities’ perspectives
                                                 • Understand the changing nature of warfare on EW requirements
                                                  • Learn about the major EW issue and future developments
                                                      • Identify key issues of the application and integration of new technology in
                                                         EW systems
                                                           • Develop your awareness of EW from a truly global view point
                                                            • Review lessons learned during EW operational use from key military
                                                             experts


                                                             PLUS A FULL DAY INTERACTIVE EXECUTIVE BRIEFING

                                                            Electronic Countermeasures’
                                                           Effectiveness
                                                        18th September 2002, The Hatton, London


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8.30    Registration & Coffee                                                                   DEVELOPMENTS IN ELECTRONIC WARFARE TECHNOLOGY
                                                                                       1.40     Phased array antennas for radar and communications
9.00    Chairman's Opening Remarks                                                              • Weapons systems’ overview
        Lieutenant Colonel Pierre-Alain Antoine (FrAF Ret’d), Senior Marketing                  • Advances to current radar technology
        Manager, EW Operational Advisor, Thales Airborne Systems                                • Weapons systems’ susceptibility to EW and weapons’ concepts
                                                                                                • Advanced EW techniques and technologies
                                                                                                • EW receiver processor systems
        UK KEYNOTE ADDRESS
                                                                                                • Radar signature, and signature trade offs
9.10    Electronic Warfare in the RAF                                                           William E. (Bud) Sears , III, Principle Research Engineer, Georgia Tech
        • History of electronic warfare at RAF Spadeadam                                        Research Institute
        • An overview of electronic warfare training requirements and capabilities
        • Determining electronic warfare and countermeasure requirements for                    LOW FREQUENCY RADAR
          RAF flight crews                                                             2.20     Development of low frequency radar
        • Lessons learned from recent conflicts and EW tactics utilised                         • The importance of traditional radar in electronic warfare
        Wing Commander Gordon W Robertson, Officer Commanding, Royal Air                        • An identification of need for increased radar detection of concealed
        Force Spadeadam                                                                           or camouflaged targets
                                                                                                • The development process of low frequency radar
                                                                                                • Key tactical advantages of low frequency radar
        ELECTRONIC WARFARE REQUIREMENTS FOR LITTORAL WARFARE
                                                                                                • The effect of countermeasures
9.40    The Nimrod MRA4 and its role in littoral warfare
                                                                                                • The future role of low frequency radar in the military campaign
        • The overview of the Nimrod MRA4 in littoral warfare                                   Bjorn Larson, Head of Radar Systems Department, FOI Swedish Defence
        • The Nimrod’s role in electronic warfare                                               Research Establishment
        • The littoral threat
        • Countering the littoral threat through co-operative engagement                        HARDWARE IN THE LOOP
        Flight Lieutenant Simon Ambury, Nimrod Operation and Evaluation Unit,          3.00     Air Force Electronic Warfare Evaluation Simulator
        Electronic Warfare, Royal Air Force, Air Warfare Centre RAF Walton                      • Hardware in the loop / operator in the loop laboratory
                                                                                                • Development, validation, and operation of high fidelity simulators
        LOITERING ELECTRONIC WARFARE KILLER                                                       for testing electronic combat
10.20   Electronic warfare drone development programme                                          • Provision of secure, technical evaluations of radar/infrared-guided
                                                                                                  terminal threat systems
        • Need for an unmanned aircraft to provide electronic warfare jamming
                                                                                                • Stimulate and interact with U.S. and allied EC systems
          and munitions delivery
                                                                                                • Recent activities and demonstrations
        • Provision of an autonomous, unmanned air vehicle commanded through                    Lieutenant Colonel Seth Shepherd, Director, Air Force EW Evaluation
          data links and on board sensors                                                       Simulator, US Air Force electronic Warfare Evaluation Simulator
        • Utility in the Suppression of Enemy Air Defence Missions
        • Technology payloads and integration                                          3.40     Afternoon Tea
        • Programme time-scales and goals
        Lieutenant Colonel (USAF Ret’d) Marty Meyer, Director, Advanced                         ELECTRONIC WARFARE CONTROL PROCESSOR (EWCP)
        Programs, United States Marine Corps, Systems Command                          4.00     Prototype development of an electronic warfare control processor for
                                                                                                future frigates
11.00   Morning Coffee                                                                          • An overview of the EWCP, its programme and its capabilities
                                                                                                • Optimisation of softkill effectiveness
                                                                                                • Hardkill – softkill co-ordination
        TACTICAL ELECTRONIC WARFARE
                                                                                                • The simulation environment
11.20   Link 16 and data communications in tactical electronic warfare                          • Integrated combat direction system for 21st Century frigates
        • LINK-16 integration into electronic attack                                            Harry Mühren, Project Manager, Radar EW, TNO Physics and Electronics
        • ICAP-III developments with regards to LINK-16                                         Laboratory
        Lieutenant Commander Michael J. "Mumbles" Breslauer, VAQ - 140
        Operation Officer, US Navy                                                              OPEN AIR ELECTRONIC WARFARE TESTING
                                                                                       4.40     Development, operations and maintenance of electronic warfare
        COMMUNICATIONS IN ELECTRONIC WARFARE                                                    resources
12.00   EW communications planning and spectrum management                                      • Radar SAM simulators
        • Communications planning techniques                                                    • Foreign military systems
                                                                                                • Infrared Counter Measures Assessment System (ICAS)
        • Comms EW planning techniques
                                                                                                • Real time information and data collection
        • The evolving communications battlefield
                                                                                                Cheryl Johnson, Deputy, Navy Threat Systems Development Technical
        • Military and civil use of the spectrum                                                Program Manager, Naval Air Warfare Centre
        • Spectrum management issues & challenges                                               Richard Meadows, Head, Navy Threat Systems Development Branch, Naval
        Adrian Graham, Business Development Director, ATDI                                      Air Warfare Centre

12.40   Lunch                                                                          5.20     Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One



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8.30    Re-registration & Coffee                                                 12.40   Lunch

9.00    Chairman's Opening Remarks
                                                                                         HIGH INTENSITY RADIATED FIELD EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENTS FOR
        William E. (Bud) Sears, III, Principle Research Engineer, Georgia Tech
        Research Institute                                                               AIRCRAFT
                                                                                 2.00    HIRF level determination for aircraft
        ELECTRONIC WARFARE – A SWEDISH PERSPECTIVE
                                                                                         • MIL-STD-464 Base Line External Electromagnetic Environment for
9.10    EW capacities of a small nation
        • The EW vision                                                                    Defence Systems
        • Command and co-ordination of EW                                                • High Intensity Radiated Fields Applicable to Aircraft Safety of Flight
        • PSO capabilities (Land, Sea, Air) regarding EW                                 • Bounds of Engineering Assumptions for Environments
        • Lessons learned
                                                                                         • EM models for airborne illuminations
        Lieutenant Colonel Sten Larsson, Head of Joint EW Branch, Swedish
        Armed Forces Headquarters                                                        • Emitters drivers for the environment
                                                                                         • International environment co-ordination
        AIRBORNE ELECTRONIC WARFARE
                                                                                         Fred Heather, Electromagnetic Environmental Effects Generating Systems
9.40    Control and integration of Airborne EW Self Protection Systems
        • Interface of subsystems and automatic threat response                          Project Director, Naval Air Systems Command – Aircraft Division
        • Data Loading, unloading, recording, embedded training
        • Pilot vehicle interface                                                        ELECTRONIC WARFARE TRAINING
        • Situational awareness
                                                                                 2.40    Developments in Multimedia Technologies
        • 3-Dimensional audio warning
        • Active noise reduction                                                         • The need to overcome EW skills fade (operator/maintainer)
        Major General (RDAF Ret’d) Ole Fogh, Head of Department, Electronic              • The Systems Approach to Training (SAT)
        Warfare Systems, Terma                                                           • Interactive multimedia development
                                                                                         • The Blended Training Solution
        ELECTRONIC WARFARE – THE KEY TO THE MODERN BATTLE
10.20   Information collation from penetrating platforms                                 • Future Trends
        • ESM/ELINT POD representation                                                   Dennis Duligall, Managing Director, Burridge Courseware
        • Deep strike intelligence
        • Case study of recent programmes and evaluations
        • Operational results                                                    3.20    Afternoon Tea
        Lieutenant Colonel Pierre-Alain Antoine (FrAF Ret’d), Senior Marketing
        Manager, EW Operational Advisor, Thales Airborne Systems                         ELECTRONIC WARFARE TRAINING ASSETS
                                                                                 3.40    Tactical training realism and threat simulation
11.00   Morning Coffee
                                                                                         • EW training policies
        ELECTRONIC WARFARE TEST AND EVALUATION                                           • Aircraft survivability training requirements
11.20   Current capabilities in EW test and evaluation
                                                                                         • Training requirements and current capabilities
        • An overview of current projects and recent developments in the EW
          Directorate                                                                    • EW and air combat manoeuvring instrumentation
        • Operational trials conducted and projection of recent results                  Wing Commander (RAF Ret’d) Roger Hannaford, Business Development,
        • Simulation platforms and current technologies for simulation                   Europe Metric Systems Corporation
        • Current systems capability and EW testing requirements
        Oscar L. Alvarado, Chief, Survivability Branch, Electronic Warfare
        Directorate, Edwards Air Force Base, California                                  CLOSING ADDRESS
        David J Krohman, Chief, Advanced Applications Branch, Electronic         4.20    Electronic warfare defence in depth
        Warfare Directorate, Edwards Air Force Base, California
                                                                                         • EW effectiveness improvement through layers of defence

        ELECTROMAGNETIC ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS GENERATING SYSTEM (E3GS)                   • Quantifying effectiveness of EW in the terminal phase
12.00   E3GS for multi-service testing                                                   • Factors affecting terminal phase EW defence
        • Multi-service test systems capabilities                                        • Countering the acquisition phase
        • Actual performance assessment of ranging platforms
                                                                                         • Adding an EW confusion layer
        • Requirement for immersion in a user specified RF environment
        • Risk reduction by provision of comprehensive broad spectrum test               • Hard-kill – soft-kill co-ordination
          capabilities                                                                   • Integrating the effects of targeting, acquisition and terminal phase EW
        • Equipment upgrades and effect on testing programmes
                                                                                         Dr. Trevor Tucker, President, Tactical Technologies
        • Information analysis and correction to deficiencies
        Fred Heather, Electromagnetic Environmental Effects Generating Systems
        Project Director, Naval Air Systems Command – Aircraft Division          5.00    Chairman's Closing Remarks and Close of Conference




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Electronic
Countermeasures’
Effectiveness
18th September 2002, The Hatton, London



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This briefing outlines a step-by-step procedure for
analysing and characterising threat weapon systems,
determining optimum countermeasure parameters
from this threat characterisation and evaluating
engagement outcomes for these countermeasures
applied against the weapon system. The briefing
discusses the nature of the variations in engagement
outcomes that occur with changes to input
conditions. It identifies techniques for quantifying
CM effectiveness and applying such quantification to
testing, equipment programming, tactics development
and training.

9.30     Registration & Coffee

10.00    Electronic Countermeasures Effectiveness
         Evaluation Principles
         • Characterise the threat weapon
         • Determine optimum ECM parameters
         • Measures of effectiveness / performance
         • Operational engagement outcomes

11.00    Morning Coffee

11.20    Quantify Weapons System Characteristics
         • Focus on guidance and control
         • Reverse engineering parameter values
         • National database commonality

12.10    Countermeasure and Weapon System
         Interactions
         • Characteristics of system interactions
         • Effects of system non-linearities
         • Importance of extended Time interactions

1.00     Lunch

2.00     Dynamic Countermeasure/Weapon
         Engagement Outcomes
         • Miss distance as a measure of effectiveness
         • Impact of engagement geometry/conditions
         • Demonstrations of typical engagements

3.10     Afternoon Tea

3.30     Quantify ECM Effectiveness and Platform
         Survivability
         • Aggregate effectiveness for various
           conditions
         • Manage conditions and outcomes
         • Apply evaluations to testing, training and
           operations

4.30     Discussions and review of session

5.00     Close of Briefing

About your briefing leader:
Dr. Trevor Tucker, President, Tactical Technologies
Dr. Tucker has over 30 years experience in the
research, development, testing and programming of
electronic countermeasures systems and techniques.
He has developed towed decoys and ECM systems
based on digital RF memory technology. He has also
developed hardware-in-the-loop simulators for
electronic warfare research, test, evaluation and
training applications. He has also developed
structured analytic methods and software simulation
tools for evaluating the outcome of dynamic
engagements between ships and aircraft in combat
against various classes of electronically controlled and
guided weapon systems.
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