Combat Electromagnetic Environment Simulator (CEESIM)
NORTHROP GRUMMAN'S CEESIM FAITHFULLY SIMULATES TRUE-TO-WAR CONDITIONS.
From CEESIM to Joint Threat Emitter, our modular, adaptive technology keeps pace with changing threats to provide the ultimate ongoing mission support—so your warfighter can maintain the tactical advantage in the electromagnetic battlefield.
When it comes to development and test, an accurate model of the spectrum environment is a must. Simulations of this quality offer the most cost-effective means of testing and validating effectiveness of sophisticated electronic warfare equipment.
Our modular, adaptive technology keeps pace with changing threats to provide the ultimate ongoing mission support—so your warfighter can maintain the tactical advantage in the electromagnetic battlefield.
Simulating the Battlefield in an Electromagnetic Environment
CEESIM provides radio frequency (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 affordable means of testing and validating effectiveness of sophisticated electronic warfare equipment.
An Adaptable, Affordable Solution
When it comes to preparing fighters for the future of electronic warfare, only Northrop Grumman offers a proven solution that keeps long-run costs in check. Unlike off-the-shelf components that require costly retrofits, our CEESIM system is already tailor-made to your unique needs.
Northrop Grumman offers multiple configurations of the CEESIM technology to meet the distinct needs of your many missions. The Compact CEESIM-VPX offers full CEESIM capability in the space of a synthesizer. While the CEESIM-VPX is a new RF subsystem design/package, that builds on existing CEESIM capabilities.
Proven Experience in the Electromagnetic Environment
Northrop Grumman has a legacy in the art and science of RF simulation and the electromagnetic environment. With more than 60 years of experience in the development and delivery of offensive and defensive systems. Northrop Grumman's capabilities in electronic warfare, full spectrum cyber and electromagnetic warfare span all domains – land, sea, air, space, cyberspace and the electromagnetic spectrum.
Advanced Pulse Generation
With CEESIM's most recent technology evolution, Advanced Pulse Generation, high speed direct digital synthesizer (DDS) technology is used to generate realistic EW and Communication, Navigation, and Identification signal environments that can be simulated with a variety of complex modulation on pulse characteristics. APG functionality provides significant advantages, including higher modulation sample rates, wider bandwidth intrapulse modulation, higher precision and resolution, and reduced calibration time.
- Most advanced architecture available
- Highest fidelity threat emitter simulation with behavioral modeling
- Modular architecture scales from benchtop test sets to high capacity simulators based on user requirements
- Modern software tools maximize user productivity
- 3D Scenario visualization and waveform programming validation
- Direct utilization of intelligence data Industry leading spectral purity measured by spurious and broadband noise performance
- Maintenance tools provide visual system status and optimize calibration
- Comprehensive interfaces for laboratory integration
- Complete data logging for post test analysis and scoring
Our Quality Certifications
AS9100: This standard takes the ISO 9001 requirements and supplements them with additional quality system requirements, which are established by the aerospace industry in order to satisfy DOD, NASA and FAA quality requirements.
ISO 9001: The international standard that specifies requirements for a quality management system (QMS). Organizations use the standard to demonstrate the ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements.
What is Electronic Warfare?
The military uses the electromagnetic spectrum — essential, yet invisible — to detect, deceive and disrupt the enemy while protecting friendly forces. As enemies become more capable and threats more complex, controlling the spectrum is increasingly critical.
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