ELINT


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elint

[′ē‚lint]

ELINT

(ELectronic INTelligence) See DOD intelligence glossary.
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Airborne ELINT uses a belly radome housing or pod type attached to the aircraft body to collect the radio signals that can be used for direction finding.
For example, if it is determined that a particular cell phone was being used when, on 30th August 2015, ISIS destroyed the Temple of Bel, founded in the year 32AD in the central Syrian city of Palmyra, and that cell phone is then detected once more during further ISIS actions such as the ongoing Battle of Raqqa in northern Syria, which commenced on 6th November 2016, then an ELINT picture can begin to be established potentially linking that cell phone to an ISIS cadre.
The spent SL-16 rocket bodies that boost this class of ELINT are also highly visible, though their ground tracks are more spread out than those of the satellites themselves.
In tandem with its acquisition of the SAGE ESM, the Republic of Korea is thought to be satisfying its requirement to replace its existing ELINT gathering fleet, which is centred on four Hawker/Beechcraft 800SIG/RC-800 turbofan transports.
The misconception that TES only provides ELINT support and is only suited for conventional warfare nearly resulted in leaders overlooking the SIGINT capabilities organic to it.
Stupples continued that all of this ELINT has to be assembled to provide an accurate real-time Recognised Electronic Picture (REP) of the RF environment during an operation or during the day-today activities of any military in peacetime.
MOS 98C will be revised to include the operational ELINT skills of the 98J.
The BroadFlex-3800 series of ELINT and COMINT data recorders provides a compact solution for a wide variety of airborne and shipboard applications, DSPCon said.
Thales Airborne Systems is to supply the ves el's ELINT subsystem, with shipbuilder Compagnie Nationale de Navigation (and its subsidiary Compagnie Maritime Nantaise) supplying the hull.
Thomas, Jr., concurred with proceeding to merge the functionality of MOS 98J (Electronic Intelligence [ELINT] Interceptor/Analyst) (the technical ELINT functions) with 98K (Signals collection/Identification Analyst) creating the new multimode MOS, 98Y.
While much of this supplement has focused on the electronic attack element of electronic warfare, that is the tools used to transmit RF energy for the purposes of degrading, damaging and destroying an adversary's use of the EMS, the other part of the EW triad (see this supplemeilt's War in the Ether introduction) is electronic warfare support which encompasses Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) gathering.
has been awarded a $60 M contract covering the supply of an advanced electronic support (ES)/electronic intelligence (ELINT) system for use aboard Australia's Wedgetail airborne early warning and control aircraft programme.