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Using electromagnetic radiation, electromagnetic weapons send heat, mechanical, or electrical energy to a target to induce pain or long-term harm. As technology advances, they may be employed against human targets as well as electronic and military targets alike. Electromagnetic weapons, including high power microwaves, were used during the Gulf War to disrupt and destroy the enemy’s electronic systems and may have been used for other effects. Types and magnitudes of exposure to electromagnetic fields is unknown.
By generating damaging voltage inside electronic circuitry, directed electromagnetic energy weapons (DEWs) can function similarly to omnidirectional electromagnetic pulse (EMP) devices when employed against electronics. The main distinction is that a parabolic reflector may be used to concentrate them on a specific target. Faraday cages can be used to guard against the majority of the targeted
Even though electromagnetic weapons are generally deemed “non-lethal,” they do pose health risks to people. In reality, even non-lethal weapons have the potential to cause serious injury or death. As weapons not directly considered lethal can cause cumulative damage to humans, some common bio-effects from electromagnetic or other non-lethal weapons include effects on the human central nervous system, resulting in physical pain and difficulty breathing, heart arrhythmia, vertigo, nausea, disorientation, insomnia, or other systemic discomfort.
However rare, exposure to electricity and electromagnetic radiation can impact a forensic case. Because electromagnetic has no apparent side effects like bruises or wounds, it might be difficult to figure out what caused someone’s handicap or death if there is a lack in understanding the phenomena. Forensically, exposure to electromagnetic radiation would be the result of an electromagnetic weapon being intentionally used. E-bombs, as well as other names like “E-bombs,” are high-powered electromagnetic weapons that use radio waves or microwaves to do damage. The effects of an electromagnetic pulse might range from electrical circuitry disabling to physiological changes depending on its power.
Other, non-fatal consequences of electronic stimulation can be had by people. After the Second World War, secret American studies revealed that electrical stimulation of various brain areas in test participants may cause them to experience strong emotions like wrath, desire, and exhaustion. The Allan Memorial Institute in Montreal, Canada, also ran a research study codenamed “Operation Knockout” with CIA financing.
Global demand for electromagnetic weapons is being driven by the need to protect civilians from terrorist attacks and CBRN (chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear) materials while also protecting national security. To combat threats including ballistic missiles, anti-satellite weapons, and nuclear weapons, militaries utilise electromagnetic weapons like particle beams, high-power microwaves, and rail guns. In light of the increasing investments in electromagnetic weaponry systems, the Asia Pacific region is expected to lead the market.
With Asia-rapid Pacific’s economic growth and rising security concerns, as well as an increase in border conflicts, the demand for electromagnetic weaponry has surged recently. China, Japan, and India have all upped their military spending in recent years as terrorist strikes have become more likely targets.
The Global Electromagnetic Weapons Market can be segmented into following categories for further analysis.
For decades, low-frequency electromagnetic waves (sometimes called acoustic waves) have been widely employed in devices like ultrasound equipment. The internal organs of people can vibrate as a result of acoustic waves passing through their bodies. As one approaches closer to the cause, the pain grows. Electromagnetic radiation with a shorter wavelength has a distinct effect.
There has been recent development moving towards a better perspective of concept adoption and better topology presence of electromagnetic weapons systems. These are being developed under the new HPEM weapons concepts, materials, components, and compact power topologies for future military programs. The Air Force Research Laboratory The Advanced Electromagnetic Technology (AET) project is being researched by the Directed Energy Directorate at Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M.
This project also aims to assess and benefit from improvements in prime power technology in order to reduce the size, weight, and power (SWaP) requirements for future HPEM weapons systems. There are six enabling technologies in the AET project, which spans five years: repeated pulsed power, charged particle beam interactions, compact low-duty-factor prime power HPEM material and plasma technology, HPEM basic research, and solid-state HPEM.
Enabling technology includes things like Marx banks and the like. It also includes things like pulsed forming networks and lines and linear transformer drivers. It also includes things like hybrid pulsed power topologies and nonlinear transmission lines. It also includes things like solid state switches and gas switches. It also includes things like magnetic and dielectric conducting and structural materials. Additionally, the development of prime power sources and strategies for compact energy storage and charging, discharging and power conditioning of pulsed power systems for manned and unmanned aircraft will take place as part of this research into high-power microwave weapons as well as similar systems.
The use of microwave electromagnetic weaponry can potentially temporarily disable the target. The stimulation of peripheral nerves has produced this effect. When numerous nerves fire at once, the brain’s ability to comprehend the information it receives is overwhelmed, which can lead to unconsciousness. Because electromagnetic fields weaken with distance from the source, the biological impact of microwave exposure varies with distance.
Boeing has been involved in a large-scale development of Electromagnetic based weapons systems in the environment of military operations. Boeing’s Project CHAMP, dubbed “Counter-electronics High-powered Microwave Advanced Missile,” is a Boeing initiative. It’s similar to the old nuclear electromagnetic pulse weapon about which we used to be so concerned, but without the nuclear element. A tiny microwave generator is carried by CHAMP in order to damage electronic components precisely.
It does not aim at nations or cities, but at specific structures, rendering their electronics inoperable rather than detonating a bomb on site or people. CHAMP, in contrast to a nuclear electromagnetic pulse weapon, may fire several times, targeting and blacking out just vital targets. This would allow, for example, the destruction of radar defences in a hostile state while protecting the electrical system that serves the civilian population.
Thales Group has developed a join application based electromagnetic weapon system which is focused upon better mobility and enhanced electronic warfare capabilities. The TEWS is a Tactical Electronic Support and Attack (COMINT/ESM/ECM) system that targets the most sophisticated and recent HF and V/UHF radio signals in the land environment. Sensor payloads, sensor exploitation hardware and software, sensor integration on any platforms (shelters and land vehicles), and sensor C2 integration utilising secure voice and data networks are all part of TEWS. TEWS adds to the overall land picture by keeping an eye on potentially dangerous networks and transmissions.
It alerts the user when the enemy’s position or behaviour has shifted. Electronic Orders of Battle are generated by intercepting and monitoring the adversary. It integrates the latest generation of Thales digital CIEW equipment for fast, wideband interception, monitoring, direction-finding and jamming over HF, VHF and UHF.
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