عنوان مقاله [English]
n today's advanced wars, a successful army is able to make full use of electronic systems. With the advancement of weapons and electronic systems, a branch of science has been created that is one of the determining parameters without exaggerating the world's military equations. Although electronics has been used in military weapons from the beginning, there is now a special branch called electronic warfare. Electronic warfare refers to the exploitation of the enemy's electromagnetic spectrum to detect targets, capabilities, and ultimately the use of vulnerabilities to strike at the enemy's weapons and telecommunications systems while simultaneously using the same spectrum to achieve its goals. The role of electronic systems in command and control networks and sets has doubled the importance and value of electronic warfare. Given the importance of the issue, it is appropriate for commanders and experts to become familiar with the evolution of electronic warfare and the classification of electronic warfare systems. In this article, reports, articles and various books on the evolution of electronic warfare are extracted and then, according to the latest materials provided in e-war, classification for its systems is presented.
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