ECCM


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Related to ECCM: electronic countermeasures
  • noun

Synonyms for ECCM

electronic warfare undertaken to insure effective friendly use of the electromagnetic spectrum in spite of the enemy's use of electronic warfare

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Along with a GPS receiver as standard, the radios accommodate Harris' proprietary Citadel-11 encryption and its QUICKLOOK ECCM waveform.
The new Harris waveforms, known as Quicklook 3 and Quicklook-Wide, are part of an expanded line of ECCM for protecting tactical communications from jammers or unfavorable atmospheric conditions.
By coupling the location capabilities (GPS or EAST beacon) and the ECCM communications capability of the radio (SINCGARS or HAVE QUICK-IIII ECCM waveforms), and also adding the self contained COMSEC capability, use of the AN/ PRC-148 makes secure ground-to-air communications, SAR operations, and geo-location easy for us and very hard for our enemy to exploit.
The radio is both NSA and JITC certified and boasts Sincgars (Sip and Esip) and anti-jam Have Quick I and II ECCM modes, includes an embedded IP stack, a Sincgars FH relay mode, an integrated encryption engine, as well as embedded Tactical Internet and Joint Range Extension protocols and a Melp vocoder.
We have installed the Speech Enabled Auto Attendant on our own system to introduce this to our valued clientele, said Stephen Rothwell, CEO of ECCM.
52% to reach $133 billion by 2020 from an estimated value of $102 billion in 2014 according to the report C4ISR Market by Application (Communication-SATCOM, SDR, Man portable communication, battle management, Command & Control, EW-ESM, ECM, ECCM, SIGNIT, Computer-Data Analytics, H/W, S/W, MFD), Platform (Air, Land, Naval), Technology & Geography - Analysis & Forecast to 2014 - 2020 available at http://www.
The system is actually a Raytheon software-definable radio that features Have Quick I/II, fixed-frequency and frequency-hopping Sincgars, Melp and enhanced Melp vocoders, Jstars interoperable waveforms, GPS 1 PPS and 800 kHz clock inputs, Dama-181B, -182A, -183 and -183A, Satcom and line-of-sight transmission and modulates via AM, FM/FSK, SBPSK, DEQPSK, CPM, ECCM and SOQPSK (to name a few features).
The MBITR provides users with ground-to-ground, ground-to-air and over-the-horizon capability with Type 1 encryption and standard military ECCM modes.
According to a new market research report " C4ISR Market by Application (Communication-SATCOM, SDR, Man portable communication, battle management, Command & Control, EW-ESM, ECM, ECCM, SIGNIT, Computer-Data Analytics, H/W, S/W, MFD), Platform (Air, Land, Naval), Technology & Geography - Analysis & Forecast to 2014 - 2020", published by MarketsandMarkets, The global C4ISR Market is estimated to be $102 Billion in 2014 and is expected to register a CAGR of 4.
The F@stnet operates securely using three different ECCM protocols that guard against FH (Frequency Hopping) narrowband jammers or FCS (Free Channel Search) broadband jammers, and it has a combined automatic mode that covers both FH and FCS.
The material will be available from ECCM in rods, blocks and sheets to be machined into thermoforming tools used in plastic vacuum forming operations.
The radio features Automatic Link Establishment (3G-ALE) data rates up to 9600 bps with advanced error-free protocols, an embedded GPS receiver, MELP (Mixed-Excitation Linear Predictive) digital voice, Citadel encryption, digital ECCM (Electromagnetic Counter-Counter Measure) techniques, and a built-in Internet Protocol (IP) interface.
It can operate in ECCM mode with frequency hopping, while ten preset encryption keys are provided.
In addition to developing ultra-high data-rate optical/laser phased array communications systems, GeoLink(TM) is also developing lightweight, small, broadside and spherical adaptive "Patch" phased array, multi-mode, narrow-beam satellite communications and radar antenna systems for applications such as mobile, portable, or stationary platforms for: spherical coverage (360-degree in each axis--roll, pitch and yaw), tracking and/or search radar, ECM, and ECCM systems; or, LEO/MEO/GEO satellite broadband operation utilizing multi-level secure communications techniques.