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The Center for Joint Services Electronic Warfare (CJSEW) is a major focal point for both industrial and Department of Defense electronic warfare research. Based at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, the center provides a host of simulation and modeling tools and hardware research to support our national EW strategy. The Center also directly supports the Sensor Systems Engineering Curriculum and the Information Warfare curriculum at the Naval Postgraduate School. With 16 participating faculty and staff members and support from 16 sponsors, the CJSEW provides a wide variety of state-of-the-art research capabilities. Research areas include missiles and missile simulators, electronic surveillance systems, laser and radar cross section engineering, atmospheric modeling, RF propagation modeling, C2W mission planning, information warfare strategies, communications and radar jamming, shipboard self-protection systems, and high speed signal processing. The mission of the Center is to provide state-of-the-art EW research tools and resources to meet the needs of the DOD and industrial players.
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