Distributed Physics Based Electronic Warfare Object Models
Evolving electronic warfare (EW) and its impact throughout the battlefield necessitates simulations. Modern EW simulations do not accurately replicate EW suites and their impacts on radars in real-time, distributed environments. This SBIR intends to develop a real-time simulation replicating enemy tactical radars, and the US EW suites used on the EA-6B and EA-18G aircraft. The simulation must be compatible with SDREN, TENA and JIMM, and interact with other entities, including flight simulators, IAPS and Link 16. deciBel Research, Inc. (deciBel) proposes to develop Digital Real-Time Threat Radar Electronic Defense (DRT-TRED,"dirty tread") to fulfill this need by marrying our experience and products from a real-time radar stimulator, an anti-radiation seeker simulation, and an advance electronic attack concept design. DRT-TRED will model threat radars, environmental effects, radar signatures, EW receivers and jammers to support many-on-many simulations. The deciBel team"s radar and EW simulation experience, including parallel and vectorized processing, escalating bulk filters and mixed fidelity models; and the associated legacy products provide the skill set and tools necessary for a successful implementation of the real-time operation of these detailed, physics based models. deciBel also has the experience and corporate relationships to beat the non-trivial challenges of a distributed network environment.
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