electromagnetic environmental effects


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electromagnetic environmental effects

The impact of the electromagnetic environment upon the operational capability of military forces, equipment, systems, and platforms. It encompasses all electromagnetic disciplines, including electromagnetic compatibility and electromagnetic interference; electromagnetic vulnerability; electromagnetic pulse; electronic protection, hazards of electromagnetic radiation to personnel, ordnance, and volatile materials; and natural phenomena effects of lightning and precipitation static. Also called E3.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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(5) DOD Issuances (Official Department of Defense Web Site for DOD Issuances), <http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/corres/ dir.html> (DODD 3222.3: DOD Electromagnetic Environmental Effects [E3] Program), accessed on 17 September 2009.
[1.] Electromagnetic Environmental Effects Requirements for Systems, Department of Defense Interface Standard, MIL-STD-464C, Oct.
Another tool is an online training module, CLE 018 "Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) and Spectrum Supportability (SS) for Acquisition Professionals," available through the DAU's Continuous Learning Center: <https://learn.dau.mil/html/clc/Clc.jsp>.
"I'm extremely honored to be part of this team, along with my F-35 program teammates who contributed to our success." The aircraft will begin three months of electromagnetic environmental effects (E3) evaluation and certification while at Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Divisions Integrated Battlespace Simulation and Test facility.
The electromagnetic environmental effects attract increasing interests of researchers and engineers as more and more wireless communication systems have been developed and applied widely.
The Naval Air Systems Command [AIR-4.9.5 Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) Division] has been tracking down these aircraft issues and many other related problems.

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