Fighting in the Electromagnetic Spectrum
In Fighting in the Electromagnetic Spectrum author Thomas Wildenberg provides the first detailed review of the systems and methodology of combat and intelligence-gathering operations along the electromagnetic spectrum. Communications interception and interference are additional aspects of this frequently misunderstood form of highly specialized technical warfare.
Wildenberg cuts through the secrecy about the understandably mysterious domain of electronic warfare. He offers details on aircraft and methods while providing a layman’s set of definitions of terms. Wildenberg shares lessons learned from World War II through our most recent conflicts to offer the reader a foundational understanding of this complex form of combat in all its forms. Fighting in the Electromagnetic Spectrum discloses rarely covered concepts and methods that will shape future great power future conflict.