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Synonyms for cool

lose heat

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  • heat (up)
  • warm (up)
  • thaw

make cool

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calm (down)

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coldness

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Synonyms for cool

the quality of being at a refreshingly low temperature

great coolness and composure under strain

make cool or cooler

loose heat

lose intensity

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neither warm nor very cold

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marked by calm self-control (especially in trying circumstances)

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(color) inducing the impression of coolness

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psychologically cool and unenthusiastic

(used of a number or sum) without exaggeration or qualification

fashionable and attractive at the time

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Vollrath is the project manager for signal warfare within the Program Executive Office for Signal Warfare, PEO IEW, Vint Hill Farms Station, VA.
Technological Advance Operational Benefit Improved Threat Coverage * Exploits modern modulations * Reduces number of unique IEW systems required Increased Bandwidth * Fast reaction time to exploit automated communications Automatic Search * Reduces operator workload * Increases throughput * Reduces manpower requirements Automatic Resource Allocation * Increases system flexibility to respond to a wide variety of threats and missions * Reduces operator training requirements Advanced Electronics Packaging * Increases system size, weight and power * Reduces life cycle cost by reducing sparing requirements Modular Open Architecture * Common module approach decreases sparing requirements
Future operators will become less a component of an intercept, DF and jamming system and more a coordinator of powerful IEW system resources.
PHOTO : TACJAM-A is a major stepping stone towards the Army's goal of common sensors as envisioned in the IEW Common Sensor System program.
6 Current IEW systems require substantial operator involvement.
8 While current IEW assets require operators to convert tasking into equipment settings, TACJAM-A optimizes its performance against the specified targets.
These improvements must be introduced at lower costs and in shorter time frames than it has taken historically for IEW systems.
Interoperability and integration among battlefield IEW systems are essential and must be designed into the family of systems.
Wherever possible, we will employ the same type of platforms for IEW systems as used by the supported command.
We will acquire a common "open systems architecture" for installation in the IEW platforms.
Ada will be the preferred software language and software will be designed in modular fashion to facilitate evolution, reusability and portability among IEW systems.
As this technology evolves, we would expect to obtain commercial variations of the boards that can be plugged into a standard chassis in an IEW system to evaluate performance.
All who are involved with the effort recognize that an IEW weapons system is far more than the processor-based components and that implementing the open systems architecture won't happen merely because the VMEbus was designated as a common backplane.
It will also facilitate keeping pace with the threat through technology insertion in the family of IEW systems using modules.
Jack Dearborn, BAE Systems vice president of Mission Success for both IEWS and the Information & Electronic Systems Integration Sector, said, "This achievement emphasizes IEWS' world-class capabilities to deliver high quality state-of- the-art technical products to our customers.