The Use of Electronic Warfare and Information Signaling in Network-based Warfare

  • Mohammad Reza Hassani Ahangar Department of Electronic Engineering, Imam Hussein University, Tehran, Iran.
  • Saeed Talati Department of Electronic Engineering, Shahid Sattari University of aeronautical Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran.
  • Ali Rahmati Department of Electronic Engineering, Shahid Sattari University of aeronautical Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran.
  • Hamid Heidari Department of Electronic Engineering, Shahid Sattari University of aeronautical Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran.
Keywords: Network- based warfare, information warfare, electronic warfare, training and upgrading of electronic collection systems.

Abstract

Network- based warfare is known as the symbolic element of the Age Information War. The network-based approach has been built around information sharing, and this information sharing in the battle is possible through the networking of all elements on the battlefield. A coherent networking force improves the quality of information sharing and, as a result, survival and command speed, improves the efficiency of battlefield elements, saves time and resources, and adds value for combat capability. There are various levels, including the lowest level, that is, an infantry soldier, which ultimately results in an amazing increase in the effectiveness of combat operations. Recent developments in microelectronics, mechanics, and ergonomics, as well as the movement and return, the importance and emphasis from tanks and missiles to soldiers, have examined future soldier projects. Electronic science has led to the integration of small individuals with advanced technology equipment and infantry soldiers with advanced communication, command and control (C3) systems, or communications, command, control, computer and information (C4I). All this was to try to see the infantry soldier as a complete unit instead of a small part of the great force. Each country has its own special soldier project. Considering the importance of the subject, identifying the opportunities and threats facing the Iranian warrior is necessary. In this study, we will study the future soldier project in advanced and sensitive countries and focus on communication and Network- based systems.

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Published
2020-06-01
How to Cite
Hassani Ahangar, M. R., Talati, S., Rahmati, A., & Heidari, H. (2020). The Use of Electronic Warfare and Information Signaling in Network-based Warfare. Majlesi Journal of Telecommunication Devices, 9(2), 93-97. Retrieved from http://journals.iaumajlesi.ac.ir/td/index/index.php/td/article/view/613
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