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TABLE OF CONTENTS


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   Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations.....I-1  
   Disclaimers.....I-2
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level.....I-2
Quantitative Techniques & Analytics.....I-2
  
   Product Definition and Scope of Study.....I-3  
   Table 1: Global Defense Market (2008): Percentage Breakdown of Defense Spending by Region/Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-1
Competitive Landscape.....II-1
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   Table 2: Global Defense Market (2008): Defense Revenues (in US$ Billion) of Leading Defense Suppliers - Lockheed Martin, BAE Systems, Boeing, Northrop Grumman, General Dynamics, Raytheon, EADS, L-3 Communications, Finmeccanica, and United Technologies (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-2

Table 3: US Defense Market (2008): Defense Revenues (in US$ Billion) of Leading Defense Suppliers - Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Boeing, BAE Systems, General Dynamics, Raytheon, United Technologies, L-3 Communications, KBR, and Navistar International (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-2
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   Major Electronic Warfare Systems by Defense Equipment Suppliers.....II-3
Global Defense Market Scenario.....II-3
Leading EW Systems Markets for US Defense Companies.....II-3
Europe.....II-3
India.....II-3
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   Emerging Competitors to US Companies.....II-4
Israel.....II-4
China.....II-4
Technological Advancements and System Upgradeability.....II-4
Growth Drivers.....II-4
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   Restraining Forces.....II-5
Impact of Recession on the Electronic Warfare Market.....II-5
Asian Spending to Prop Global Defense Market.....II-5
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   Role of the US Department of Defense.....II-6
FY 2010 Defense Budget.....II-6
FY 2011 Defense Budget Highlights.....II-6
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   Table 4: US Defense Budget: FY2006 - FY2011 (US$ Billion) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-7
Electronic Warfare.....II-7
Missile Defense.....II-7
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   Tactical Aircraft Allocations.....II-8
Table 5: US Major Tactical Aircraft Programs: FY2010 & FY2011 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-8
Rotary Wing Aircraft Allocations.....II-8
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   Table 6: US Major Rotary Wing Aircraft Acquisition Proposals: FY2011 (US$ Billion) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-9
US Defense Equipment Policies.....II-9
Rising Global Security Threat.....II-9
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   Innovation: The New Driving Force for the Electronic Warfare Systems Market.....II-101$85
   Global Security Threats to Spur Demand for Electronic Warfare Systems.....II-11
Improvised Explosive Devices Threat.....II-11
Race to Gain Control over Electromagnetic Spectrum.....II-11
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   Enemy Ballistic Missiles.....II-12
U.S. Department of Defense to Modernize Electronic Warfare Systems.....II-12
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   U.S. Navy to Award Multiple Contracts for Electronic Warfare Systems.....II-13
Global UAV Market to Spur Demand for EW Systems.....II-13
Technological Advancements in Communications Fortifies Electronic Warfare
  Market.....II-13
Increasing Demand for Electronic Warfare Self-Protection Systems.....II-13
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   Significance of Microwave Technology.....II-141$85
   Definition.....II-15
Divisions.....II-15
Electronic Attack.....II-15
Electronic Protection.....II-15
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   Electronic Warfare Support.....II-16
History.....II-16
Electronic Warfare Systems.....II-16
Active and Passive Warfare Systems.....II-16
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   Active Systems.....II-17
Passive Systems.....II-17
Chaff.....II-17
Electromagnetism and Electromagnetic Spectrum.....II-17
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   Importance of EW systems in Navy.....II-181$85
   Xilinx Introduces Virtex-5Q Range of Field-Programmable Gate Arrays.....II-19
ITT Introduces Electronic Warfare Concept Demonstrator.....II-19
Thales Unveils Multispectral EW Solutions.....II-19
VMetro Unveils FPE320 FPGA Processing Engine.....II-19
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   MtronPTI Launches Novel Modular Sub-Systems Range of Products.....II-20
AR Modular RF Unveils KMW1090 RF Power-Amplifier Series.....II-20
ITT Interconnect Solutions Introduces KJAYA Series Connector.....II-20
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   General Dynamics Launches Prophet Enhanced Electronic Warfare System.....II-21
Northrop Grumman Unveils Multi-Function Electronic Warfare System.....II-21
Northrop Grumman Unveils Upgraded Electronic Warfare Systems for the B-52
  Bomber.....II-21
BAE Systems Introduces Xtreme EW and Boldstroke.....II-21
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   Lockheed Martin Unveils Integrated Common Electronics Warfare System.....II-221$85
   Boeing Wins Contract from U.S. Department of Defense.....II-23
DRS Technologies Acquires Soneticom.....II-23
Lockheed Martin Receives Contract from US Navy for New Electronic Warfare
  System.....II-23
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   Sierra Nevada Enters into Partnership with Raytheon.....II-24
ITT Electronic Systems Wins Contract from Jenkins Engineering Defence Systems and
  Avalon Systems.....II-24
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   ITT Receives Contract from Turkish Air Force.....II-25
Comtech PST Bags Order.....II-25
Herley CTI Receives Contract from U.S. Navy.....II-25
BAE Systems and Alliant Techsystems Team Wins Contract for JATAS Development.....II-25
1$85
   Northrop Grumman Receives Study Contract from U.S. Navy.....II-26
SRA International Obtains Task-Order from U.S. Navy.....II-26
Raytheon Wins EWBM Contract from U.S. Air Force.....II-26
Rockwell Collins Receives Order from the German Navy.....II-26
1$85
   Northrop Grumman Obtains Contract from U.S. Air Force.....II-27
Lockheed Martin and Boeing Enter into Collaboration for Next Generation Bomber
  Program.....II-27
Lockheed Martin Enters into Collaboration with ITT.....II-27
1$85
   BAE Systems Partners with General Dynamics.....II-28
Curtiss-Wright Takes Over Pentland Systems.....II-28
Northrop Grumman Bags Contract from the U.S. Navy.....II-28
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   EONIC Selects Altera's Stratix® II FPGAs for SR-5124 EW System.....II-29
Lockheed Martin Bags Contract from U.S. Navy.....II-29
Northrop Grumman Wins Contract from Republic of Korea.....II-29
1$85
   MacAulay Brown Snaps Up Gray Research.....II-30
Boeing Selects DEWS of BAE Systems for F-15 Aircraft.....II-30
EADS Selects Northrop Grumman for CEESIM Systems.....II-30
1$85
   Royal Moroccan Air Force Selects ACES System of Raytheon.....II-31
Boeing Selects EWMS of Terma.....II-31
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   Alliant Techsystems, Inc......II-32
Communications & Power Industries.....II-32
DRS Technologies, Inc......II-32
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   General Dynamics Corporation.....II-33
ITT Corporation.....II-33
L-3 Communications Corporation.....II-33
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   Lockheed Martin Corporation.....II-34
Northrop Grumman Corporation.....II-34
Raytheon Company.....II-34
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   Rockwell Collins, Inc......II-35
SRA International, Inc......II-35
The Boeing Company.....II-35
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   Table 7: US Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for Electronic Warfare Analyzed with Annual Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-361$350
    
 
 


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