EW 1RAS's expertise in Electronic Warfare (EW) systems analysis stems from the rich history of our personnel in Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) and radar. We have extensive experience analyzing EW performance for airborne (standoff collection aircraft and some tactical fighter aircraft), naval, and ground-based systems. RAS has performed EW modeling and simulation for these systems including analysis of quantization errors, error propagation in digital receivers, down conversion, pulse processing, sorting / correlation metrics, and emitter identification.

RAS pioneered many aspects of real-time system distortion and equalization compensation in EW receiver systems to correlate data from different receiver chains or platforms. Our work in this area has resulted in significant improvements to the efficiency and effectiveness of EW measurement and provides improved situational awareness for the warfighter.

EW 2RAS has and is currently engaged in a number of Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) efforts to advance the state-of-the-art in signal detection, characterization, and identification. In addition, RAS has extensive experience in the development and characterization of ELINT receivers and their performance. Our experience in receiver interactions and the resulting impact on the quality of ELINT measurements has enabled us to collect against many modern threat systems. Extensive simulation and analysis capabilities enable us to model both modern emitter waveforms and the digital receiver processing needed to achieve accurate parameter measurements against given threats.

Our founders developed the first KILTING database by interviewing radar designers and cataloging hundreds of radar modes and operating characteristics. Today, RAS uses its combined expertise to meet the needs of government and industry customers alike. We built and continue to maintain our expertise by thorough analysis of new and modern radar signals. We continue to stay abreast of modern radar developments and their impact on EW Receiver architectures and processing.