radar countermeasures


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radar countermeasures

See: electronic warfare; chaff.
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Originally named "Radio and Radar Countermeasures Division" until November 1943, Section 22 combined all Allied activities--not only US Army Air Forces and US Navy but also British Commonwealth and Dutch personnel--in a coalition effort to understand the Japanese use of radar and develop countermeasures to ensure the success of Allied operations.
BAE wins DARPA contract to continue work on radar countermeasure initiative
In the United States, EW industries and Government agencies are further pushing the technology to its edge, with programmes such as the adaptive radar countermeasures (ARC).
By combining processing, data conversion and preconfigured functions, the 52xxx family is suitable for such applications as signal intelligence (SIGINT) and communications intelligence (COMINT) receivers for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), airborne communication transceivers and radar countermeasures, shipboard diversity transceivers and armored vehicle anti-improvised explosive devices (IED) systems.
Consequently, the development of radar countermeasures has taken place at the same time as the improvement of radar technology.
At the time, it was called radar countermeasures and was top secret.
military project for adaptive radar countermeasures for airborne electronic warfare systems.
One ferret aircraft was promised immediately and an additional five ferrets were noted as the necessary force to create a Radar Countermeasures (RCM) flight assigned to the XXI BC.
Given the greater threat from missiles with infrared seekers (some 4000 are reported to have recently vanished from a depot in Iraq), and the complexities of the subject of radar countermeasures, this article will focus on the problems they pose to aircraft and the self-protection products required.