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The TECC is a computer controlled receiving and analysis facility that monitors and analyzes complex electronic countermeasure waveforms used in field experiments associated with air defense systems. The TECC consists of a narrowbeam steerable antenna system, multiple RF receivers, and various hardware and software analysis systems. Airborne targets with electronic countermeasures are tracked and measurements of power, frequency, and modulation are made in real-time to serve as the basis for certifying the countermeasures environment during the experiment.

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