How to design an electronic platform for an electronic warfare platform

An electronic warfare (EW) platform needs to be able to operate autonomously and not be controlled by humans.

To achieve this, a platform needs the ability to perform a wide variety of tasks such as monitoring, command, control and communications, and even the ability of the platform to execute its mission.

The Electronic Warfare Platform (EWP) concept defines an EW platform as an electronic device that can be programmed to perform specific tasks in an effort to control and control the electronic devices within it.

To design an EWP, the team at BAE Systems and the US Air Force developed a new concept for an EW system called the Cyber Shield.

Cyber Shield is a modular system that is capable of conducting both electronic warfare missions and other tasks such, the development of smart bombs, cyber defense and other mission critical functions. 

The Cyber Shield Concept, as it is known, is a novel design concept that is being developed by the BAE Cyber Shield program, which aims to provide an integrated system that can carry out all mission critical tasks.

The Cyber Shield concept has been designed to be modular, modular architecture, with modular modules that are interchangeable and interchangeable components can be interchanged. 

One of the key features of the CyberShield concept is that it incorporates a variety of modules.

The system is modular and modular modules can be integrated to form an EW architecture.

The modular modular architecture is based on the concept of modularity. 

For instance, one of the modules that the team has developed is a communications module.

It has a modular architecture that can take up to 12 modules and can have up to 100 modules attached to it.

Another module that can come in handy for a modular EW architecture is a command and control module. 

An EW module can be used for communication, command and communication and intelligence gathering functions.

An EW module is also an asset for an ECM module.

CyberShield also offers a set of sensors that are useful for mission critical EW functions.

It includes sensors that monitor the health of electronic devices, and an onboard radar system that monitors electronic devices and the electronic environment. 

As an EW module, the CyberShield provides a wide range of capabilities, including communication, electronic warfare, cyber attack, and control, which all operate autonomly.

CyberShielding a single electronic device to an EW control module is not easy.

The module has to be located in the EW control system, which can take a considerable amount of space.

For instance, it needs to monitor electronic devices in the control module for any detected threats.

The modules also have to be monitored for any threats, such as electronic weapons, biological weapons, and electronic control signals. 

While an EW controller can operate autonomally and is not controlled by a human, the modules can also operate autonomially and can be controlled from a remote location, which is advantageous. 

CyberShield also provides modules that can perform other mission essential functions.

Cybershield modules can perform a range of mission critical electronic tasks such intelligence gathering, mission critical operations, cyber warfare, and cyber defense. 

Electronic Warfare Platforms (EWPs) are used by the US Navy and other armed forces to conduct electronic warfare operations. 

A EWP is typically a sensor-laden electronic device with a suite of sensors and a set to send data to an electronic control station.

A EWP has a range from a few meters to several hundred meters, and can detect electronic threats from up to 10 kilometers away. 

In the context of EWPs, the term ‘electronic weapon’ can be applied to a variety, but are typically electronic weapons that are deployed from ships and submarines, as well as from aircraft, land-based and sea-based platforms. 

Boeing’s CyberShield design was developed to provide a modular, multi-function EW platform that can support a wide array of mission essential EW tasks. 

To accomplish this, the EWP design team has used modular modules, modular modules for communications, command-and-control and other data-gathering functions, and modular modular modules to carry out electronic warfare and intelligence collection functions.

The team has also included modules that act as sensors and radar that monitor electronic objects. 

 BAE Systems’ CyberShield platform is designed to enable a wide spectrum of mission important functions including communications, electronic command and surveillance, electronic attack, electronic defense, and intelligence-gathering functions. 

 Boeings CyberShield is expected to be deployed by 2019. 

Image credit: BAE Bryan Baugh