• Online, Instructor-Led
Course Description

Overview of MIL-STD-464 training, Electromagnetic Environmental Effects, Requirements for Systems, is a 2-day training course that covers electromagnetic environmental effects (E3) interface requirements and verification criteria for airborne, sea, space, and ground systems, including associated ordnance. Participants will learn about EMP threats from a DoD perspective as described in MIL-STD-464C. All aspects of electromagnetic environmental effects (E3) interface requirements and verification criteria for airborne, sea, space, and ground systems, including associated ordnance are covered. Details of traditional EMI/EMC aspects are also covered such as electronic noise emissions and self-generated RF transmissions. Analysis of threat environments generated externally to the system are also discussed such as electromagnetic pulse (EMP), high-power microwave (HPM), and ultra-wideband (UWB).

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the significance of Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) in military systems.
  • Comprehend the key principles and concepts outlined in MIL-STD-464.
  • Identify the different types of electromagnetic environmental effects and their impact on systems.
  • Explore the requirements specified by MIL-STD-464 for ensuring system resilience against E3.
  • Learn how to apply MIL-STD-464 guidelines in the design and development of military systems.
  • Examine case studies illustrating the practical implementation of MIL-STD-464 requirements.
  • Gain insights into the testing and verification processes related to electromagnetic environmental effects.
  • Discuss the role of MIL-STD-464 in fostering interoperability and compatibility among military systems.
  • Evaluate the importance of compliance with MIL-STD-464 for ensuring mission success and system reliability.
  • Collaborate with peers to solve practical challenges related to E3 in military systems.

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