21st Century Electronic Warfare – EW – Enemies of the State
EFFECTS: PHYSICAL, COGNITIVE, PERCEPTION. Lt. General Bob Elder’s overview See video below
This is why we see cell phone towers going up all over, more and more instruments attached to the towers, for citizen targets. Citizens are the Enemies of the State – the State of Absolute Corporate, Political Corruption, Marketing Data and Control and not personal freedom.
Strategy Analytics forecasts spending on defense systems will approach $140 billion by 2023, translating into a substantial opportunity for component technologies suitable for radar, communications, EW (Electronic Warfare) and other military/defense applications. The global radar market will grow at a CAGR of 3.6% with fire control radar and early warning and surveillance radars accounting for around 76% of the global market. The associated market for semiconductors and other components will be spurred by the move towards AESA architectures. Countering these modern frequency agile radar systems and network-based IP-centric communications in conventional symmetric warfare scenarios, as well as combatting asymmetric threats from improvised explosive devices are representative of the ever increasing complex spectrum environment that will underpin spending on the EW sector. Strategy Analytics forecasts spending on global electronic warfare systems and services will grow to over $18.7 billion.
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