On-Demand Courses

Advanced Principles of Electronic Warfare | On-Demand Course

Legacy and new generation threats and EW techniques are covered at an unclassified level. The course avoids deep mathematical coverage, explaining all concepts in practical, physical terms. Presented by Dave Adamy

Autonomous Detection and Classification of LPI Emitters | On-Demand Course

This course is intended primarily for engineers and scientists interested in the technology and design of infrared (IR) and electro-optical (EO) sensors and the electronic attack (EA) used against them. Presented by Dr. Phillip Pace

Cognitive Electronic Warfare: An AI Approach | On-Demand Course

This course will cover how artificial intelligence (AI) can be used in electronic warfare (EW). AI enables EW systems to respond more quickly and effectively to battlefield conditions with complex and novel emitters. Presented by Dr. Karen Haigh

Communications EW | On-Demand Course

This course covers techniques for setting up intercept and jamming links for Electronic Warfare (EW) against ground to ground and air to ground enemy communication signals, UAV command and data links and weapon control links. Presented by Dave Adamy

DRFM Technology and Design for Electromagnetic Maneuver Warfare | On-Demand Course

This course examines both the design of the DRFM as well as the technologies and strategies used to create superior false target decoys. Presented by Dr. Phillip Pace

Electro-Optical/Infrared Sensor Engineering | On-Demand Course

This course presents the fundamentals of electro-optical (EO) & infrared (IR) sensor technology, its analysis and its application to military search, track and imaging systems. Presented by Dr. Phillip Pace

Electronic Countermeasures Theory and Design | On-Demand Course

The goal of this course is to educate the participants in the the field of Electronic Countermeasures (ECM) and Electronic Attacks (EA). Presented by Kyle Davidson

Electronic Intelligence - Principles and Practice | On-Demand Course

The goal of this course is to educate participants in the principles and practice of Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) for radar and communications systems. Presented by Kyle Davidson

EW Against a New Generation of Threats | On-Demand Course

A new generation of threats has created a significant number of challenges to Electronic Warfare equipment and tactics. Presented by Dave Adamy

EW Modeling and Simulation | On-Demand Course

In this course, the basic concepts and techniques of EW modeling and simulation concept evaluation, training, and Test and Evaluation are presented, and the students learn how to apply them to practical problems. Presented by Dave Adamy

Fundamental Principles of Electronic Warfare | On-Demand Course

This course provides insight into the whole electronic warfare field at the systems and operational level. Presented by Dave Adamy

Introduction to Directed Energy Weapons | On-Demand Course

This course introduces students to the fundamentals of Direct Energy Weapons (DEW) across the electromagnetic spectrum. Presented by Kyle Davidson.

Introduction to Machine Learning for Electronic Warfare | On-Demand Course

This course introduces students to the fundamentals of machine learning and its application to modern Electronic Warfare (EW) and cyber solutions. Presented by Kyle Davidson

Introduction to Radar Systems | On-Demand Course

This course introduces the audience to radar systems in a military context, with a focus on search and tracking radars associated with modern day threats. Presented by Kyle Davidson

Introduction to Satellite Communications | On-Demand Course

This course will cover the core material required for participants to understand and discuss basic Satcom theory and operations. Presented by Dr. Patrick Ford

Missile Design, Development, and System Engineering | On-Demand Course

Missiles provide the essential accuracy and standoff range capabilities that are required in modern warfare. Presented by Eugene Fleeman

Principles of ESM Analysis | On-Demand Course

This course equips ESM analysts with the information and techniques to determine and optimize the performance of ESM systems. Presented by Dr. Sue Robertson

RF Theory for ES Operations | On-Demand Course

After a thorough overview of key EMS concepts, with an emphasis on the RF spectrum and commensurate propagation mechanisms and environmental impacts, the instructor will present several ES placement scenarios and more. Presented by Dr. Patrick Ford

Space EW | On-Demand Course

The course will cover the nature of EW in space and go on to work practical EW problems appropriate to the space environment. Presented by Dave Adamy

The World of Airborne Expendables & small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) | On-Demand Course

This course provides attendees with a strong foundation in expendables/sUAS, from basic airframe classes and capabilities, to EW potential, to the current FAA airframe and pilot certification/flight approval process. Presented by Dr. Patrick Ford