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Cost ($ in millions)

FY 2004

FY 2005

FY 2006

FY 2007

Assessments Technology

15.0

13.2

16.9

19.1


FY 2004 Accomplishments

  • Investigated critical infrastructure interdependency and cascading effects of WMD/advanced electromagnetic threats using Next Generation Testbed (Mission Degradation Analysis System (MIDAS).

  • Designed and verified an EMP hardened fiber optic network using operational commercial telecommunications facilities for the White House Communication Agency.

  • Continued communication/radar atmospheric effects participation through operational assessments.

  • Continued development of a Visible Display Simulator to support Spaced Based Infrared Systems (SBIRS) Low testing and other future customers.

  • Developed nuclear environment software modules for integration with hardware-in-the-loop facilities.

  • Continued to provide support to Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Ground-based Midcourse Defense (GMD) for facility EMP hardening.

  • Developed/Completed radiation hardening toolkits (e.g., Thermostructural Response Toolkit) for the system designer and warfighter.

  • Continued NWE assessments for Missile Defense Systems and architectures.

  • Continued to provide subject matter expert support of Congressional Commission on Electromagnetic Pulse.

  • Wideband Channel Simulator (WCS) Certification completed.

  • Designed and verified an EMP-hardened fiber optic network using operational commercial telecommunications facilities for the White House Communications Agency.

  • Completed Thermo-Structural Response Toolkit (TSRTk) upgrade to incorporate gun test, thin film, and generated response models

  • Convened panel to determine requirements for combined environments testing of MDA ground- and space-based assets.





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