Combat Electromagnetic Environment Simulator (CEESIM)

Combat Magnetic Environment SIMulator (CEESIM) RF simulator

The Combat Electromagnetic Environment SIMulator (CEESIM) provides RF simulation of multiple, simultaneous emitters and static/dynamic platform attributes required to faithfully simulate true-to-war conditions. Simulations of this quality offer the most cost-effective means of testing and validating effectiveness of sophisticated EW equipment. In its various configurations, CEESIM generates complex, dynamic electromagnetic environments for direct-injection or free-space radiation into EW systems with unmatched fidelity, accuracy, and affordability. With CEESIM's most recent technology evolution, Advanced Pulse Generation (APG), high speed direct digital synthesizer (DDS) technology is used to generate realistic EW and Communication, Navigation, and Identification (CNI) signal environments that can be simulated with a variety of complex modulation on pulse characteristics. APG functionality provides significant advantages to the user including higher modulation sample rates, wider bandwidth intrapulse modulation, higher precision and resolution, and reduced calibration time. The capability also helps reduce RF part count, which leads to reduced cost and increased system reliability.

CEESIM Features include:

  • Commonality Throughout the CEESIM Family
  • Fully dynamic simulations, including operator or external control of event and emitters
  • Up to 128 RF Sources
  • Extensive Post-Test Analysis Capability
  • Standard RF Interfaces
  • Up to 8,192 instantaneous emitters and platforms
  • Unmatched Signal Fidelity

Multi-Spectral Simulation Environment

The Amherst Systems' product family works seamlessly together to provide a complete multi-spectral simulation environment by combining its CEESIM, Real-time IR/EO Scene Simulator (RISS), and Signal Measurement Systems (SMS). Synchronization of these products is achieved through the Synchronizer Controller Subsystem (SCS) product which allows for a coordinated, time-synchronized simulation of an environment for multiple sensors.