Final report Electronic Warfare Duel simulation


  • Tydén Lars
  • Appleby Niclas
  • Andersson Hanna
  • Bergman Joakim
  • Festin Leif
  • Haavisto Daniel
  • Hedberg Carl
  • Nordin Morgan
  • Olsson Sebastian
  • Petersson Mikael
  • Svensson Pär
  • Wigren Christer

Publish date: 2005-01-01

Report number: FOI-R--1775--SE

Pages: 74

Written in: Swedish


This document describes the work of the project Electronic Warfare Duel Simulation from the year 2003 to 2005. It is important to know how Electronic Warfare abilities can be used, by itself and together with others. A common method of evaluating Electronic Warfare on an object level is simulations. This project has made it possible to simulate an entire scenario. The project has developed the multispectral framework EWSim (Electronic Warfare Simulation interface model) for distributed electronic warfare simulations. A large number of models have been integrated and developed. The framework consists of three parts, one for scenario planning and configuration, where models are configured and where some range calculations can be made, one for dynamic duels, and finally one assessment module which is under development, where the duels can be replayed and logged data analyzed. EWSim has models of platforms, countermeasures, warners, sensors and missiles with target trackers and motion models. EWSim makes it possible to design scenarios which can assess the few against few duel, in a single user mode or in an assessment duel where teams have been built to compete against each other.