The “Warrior Ethos” of Restructuring EW

by Steve Walley, Vice President of Business Development, dB Control As the US Air Force restructures its electronic warfare (EW) efforts, its EW Enterprise Capabilities Collaboration Team (ECCT) continues to address prior complaints that the USAF’s EW mission/tools...

Highs and Lows of Electronic Warfare

By Mike Lee, Director of Sales and Marketing, dB Control For the US Army, the next chapter of electronic warfare (EW) is all about precision and low visibility. In a statement last month, Col. Mark Dotson said the Army’s new EW strategy is centered on, “using low...

Modern MPM Series: Best of Both Worlds for ECM, EW

Guest Author: Jose Gonzales, Production Engineering Manager Major integrators must decide whether to use solid state or traveling wave tube devices to amplify RF signals used in radar, electronic countermeasure (ECM), electronic warfare (EW), datalink and...

Going to IMS? Don’t Skip Booth 1416

Next week, dB Control is headed to Boston for the International Microwave Symposium (IMS) from June 4-6. If you are too, be sure to stop by Booth 1416 to see four traveling wave tube amplifiers with the highest power we’ve ever offered. These rack-mount, pulsed...

Navy Adds Drone Ships to Tactical Network

Reliability, SWaP Top Requirements for New Unmanned Surface Vessels Last week, Defense News reported that a fleet of unmanned surface vessels (USVs) are under development by the US Navy. The reason? The force needs “to be ready for a future where unmanned surface...

New Video: Millimeter-Wave Overview

by Mike Lee, Director of Sales & Marketing Recently, a headline popped up on my news feed: “Millimeter Wave Technology Market share will Increase US $2.5 Billion by 2024.” My colleagues and I weren’t surprised that the millimeter-wave market is on an upward trend....