The Electronic Warfare Model (EWM) is a model that analyzes the performance and organization requirements of electronic warfare equipment, taking into account the enemy's tactics. When data such as the performance of electronic warfare equipment, battlefield environmental parameters, and unit operations based on enemy tactics are input, it simulates the propagation, reflection, and scattering of electromagnetic waves in a three-dimensional terrain environment, providing results similar to real-world scenarios.
EWM System Architecture
Simulation of various electronic warfare equipment performance (frequency, output, antenna gain, etc.) used in electronic warfare operations.
Simulation of electromagnetic wave characteristics (diffraction, reflection, polarization, etc.) in a three-dimensional terrain environment.
Analysis and simulation of the optimal organization and requirements of electronic warfare units/equipment in the context of enemy tactical operations.
EWM Key Functions
From data input/modification of electronic warfare equipment characteristics, enemy unit operational information, etc., to result output, all can be processed on a single screen.
Visualization of analysis results on situation maps and automatic output in formats like Excel, enhancing data compatibility.
Easy addition and extension of new logic using the DEVS modeling technique.