Providing the test & evaluation and training communities with a scalable, modular and open resource that models threat emitters to the highest degree of fidelity.
High-Fidelity Threat Simulation
SRC achieves real-time, high-fidelity threat simulation by moving Keystone, the Electronic Warfare Integrated Reprogramming Database (EWIRDB) simulation engine, into a real-time environment. Keystone produces reactive, validated pulse descriptor words in the Advanced Modular Pulse Simulator (AMPS).
The AMPS also layers propagation effects and ensures that pulses are generated in real-time. An AMPS unit can model up to 2,000 emitters in real-time and up to two million pulses per second in a standard, 2U rack-mounted solution. Additionally, multiple AMPS units can be daisy-chained together to deliver higher pulse density for more complex scenarios.