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Agard Flight Test Technique Series Volume 17 Electronics Warfare Test

Agard Flight Test Technique Series Volume 17 Electronics Warfare Test

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RTO-AG-300
Vol.
17
AC/323(SCI)TP/24
NORTH
ATLANTIC
TREATY
ORGANIZATION
0
0
RESEARCH
AND
TECHNOLOGYORGANIZATION
I-
BP
25,
7
RUE
ANCELLE,
F-92201
NEUILLY-SUR-SEINE
CEDEX,FRANCE
RTO
AGARDograph
300
Flight
TestTechniquesSeries
-
Volume
17
Electronic
Warfare
Test
and
Evaluation
(les
Essaiset
1'evaluation
du
materiel
de
guerre
electronique)
This
AGARDographhasbeen
sponsored
by
the Systems
Concepts
and
Integration
Panel
(SCI)
of
RTO.
M'
20000518
10
Jzi.
Release
Published
March
2000
Distribution
and
Availability
on
BackCover
 
North
Atlantic
Treaty
Organization
SResearch
and
Technology
Agency
NZ•
15
January
2001TO:
Recipients
of
AG-300
Vol.
18
FROM:
Executive,InformationPolicyand Publications
SUBJECT:
AG-300,
Vol
18,
pages
A-1,
A-2
and
A-3
Weregret
that
due toan
oversight
pages
A-i,
A-2
and
A-3
of
this publication,whichlist
past
volumes
in the
AG-
160
andAG-300
series,
wereomitted.Replacement
sheets
to
be
inserted
after
page
69, are
enclosed.Please
also
insert
the
followingtext
in
the
contentson pagevi:
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Annex:
AGARD
and
RTO Flight TestInstrumentation
and
FlightTest
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Al
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egret
also
that there
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minor errors
in
bothVols
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andA-2)and
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"N•
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and A2-2).In
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the
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and
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theitem
beginning"Identification
of
SDynamic
Systems..
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and replace
themby
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STINET
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AGARD Flight TestTechniques.
...
ion
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Guerre Electronique)
http://stinet.dtic.mil/cgi-bin/fulcrummain.pl
"CSINET
Record
Retrieved
Document
Title:
AGARDFlight
TestTechniques.Volume
17.
ElectronicWarfare
Testand
Evaluation.
(Les
Essais
et
l'Evaluation
du
Materiel
de
GuerreElectronique)
(This
is
hit
1
of
20.)
ADNumber:
ADA377365Subject
Categories:TESTFACILITIES,EQUIPMENTANDMETHODS
COUNTERMEASURESCorporate
Author:NATO
RESEARCH
AND TECHNOLOGYORGANIZATION
NEUILLY-SUR-SEINE(FRANCE)
Title:AGARD
Flight TestTechniques.Volume
17.
Electronic
Warfare
Test
and
Evaluation.
(Les
Essais
et
l'Evaluation
duMateriel
de
Guerre
Electronique)Report
Date:
MAR
2000Pages:
89
PAGESReportNumber:RTO-AG-300-VOL-
17,
AC/323(SCI)TP/24
Monitor
Acronym:
X5
Monitor
Series:
X5Limitations:NATODescriptors:*TEST
ANDEVALUATION,*ELECTRONIC
WARFARE,
NATO,SIMULATION,FLIGHT
TESTING,
ELECTRONICS,
WARFARE,
ENVIRONMENTS,MILITARYAIRCRAFT,VERIFICATION,
OPERATIONAL
READINESS,BATTLEFIELDS,ELECTRONICEQUIPMENT,TEST
METHODS,
MISSIONS,GROUNDBASED,ELECTROMAGNETISM,TESTFACILITIES.Identifiers:FOREIGNREPORTS,
NATO
FURNISHEDAbstract:The
past
decade
has
seen
an
enormous
increase
in
the
use
and
importance
of
the
"electronicbattlefield".
As a
result
of
the
continuing
growthin
this
area,
thisvolume
has
been prepared
to
serve
as
an
introductory
reference
to
the
process
of
testing
and
evaluatingElectronic
WarfareSystems.
Electronic
Warfare(EW)
is
the mission
area
responsible
for
establishing
and
maintaining
a
favorable
position
in
the
electromagneticdomain.Test
and
evaluation
(T&E)
of
those
devices
used
on
modemmilitary
aircraftto
prosecutethis
critical
mission
area
requires
the use
of
a
widerange
of
testtechniques
and
analyticalmethods
to
assureusers
of
the
readiness
of
EWsystems
to
meet the challenges
of
the combat
environment.
Actual
in-flighttestingcomprises
a
relatively
small
portion
of
the EWT&E
process.
Today's
testermakes
judicious
use
of
a
plethora
of
models,
simulations,
and
hardware-in-the-loop
test
facilitiesprior
to and
during
the more
realisticopen-air
range
and
installed
system
test facility
events.
Analysis
of
data derived
from each
of
thesetest opportunities
leads
to
the overall
evaluation
of
the
EW
system.
Thisvolumewill introduce
the
concept
of
the EW
TestProcess
and
subsequentlyshowhow
it
is
applied
in
each class
of
test facility
and
to
each
majordivision
of
EW systems.The
reader willfind that
the
concentration
in
thisdocument
isfar
broaderthan
"flight
test"
-
ranging
from
laboratory
effortsto
establish
thesystem
performancebaselinethrough
complex
ground-basedsimulations
and
finallythelimited,
but
vitallyimportant,verificationaccomplished
in
the
open-air
range
environment.Limitation
Code:
APPROVED
FORPUBLICRELEASE
NATO
FURNISHEDSource Code:
434743Citation Creation
Date:
31
MAY 2000
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2
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