• Classroom
  • Online, Instructor-Led
Course Description

This comprehensive course, “Electronic Protection and Electronic Attack for Non-Engineers,” offered by Tonex, is designed to provide a thorough understanding of electronic protection (EP) and electronic attack (EA) concepts, technologies, and methodologies. Tailored specifically for non-engineers, this training equips participants with essential knowledge to navigate the complexities of electronic warfare. Tonex’s “Electronic Protection and Electronic Attack for Non-Engineers” course provides a comprehensive exploration of electronic warfare (EW) tailored for professionals without an engineering background. Participants gain a solid foundation in EW concepts, including electronic protection and attack strategies. Covering historical perspectives, legal considerations, and emerging technologies, the course equips learners with essential skills to navigate the complexities of modern warfare.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the fundamentals of Electronic Protection (EP) and Electronic Attack (EA).
  • Identify key concepts and terminology related to electronic warfare for non-engineers.
  • Explore the role of EP and EA in modern electronic warfare scenarios.
  • Learn the principles of electronic countermeasures and their applications.
  • Examine case studies and real-world examples of EP and EA in non-engineering contexts.
  • Gain insights into the ethical considerations and legal aspects of electronic warfare.
  • Develop a foundational understanding of electronic warfare technologies without an engineering background.

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