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Electronic Countermeasure (ECM) Receiver 1854

SRC's Electronic Countermeasure (ECM) Receiver 1854 is a key component of the Threat Radar Emitter Simulator/Reactive Track Receiver (TRES/RTR), used to train Navy pilots to identify and react to critical surface-to-air missile threats.

The ECM Receiver 1854, developed by SRC, is a multi-configurable, self-contained system that provides automatic detection, discrimination and measurement of electronic countermeasures signals combined with monopulse tracking capability to more closely model the real surface-to-air missile (SAM) threat.

  • Monitors the threat radar's radio frequency environment to detect and measure the jamming signals while tracking the skin return
  • Multiple electronic counter-countermeasures techniques implemented to simulate threat fidelity

ECM Receiver 1854

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