FEATURED TEST CAPABILITIES
Antenna Test Facility
The Antenna Test Facility (ATF) measures the electrical performance of antennas either as a “stand alone” configuration or when mounted on ground or air vehicles. Sprawling over approximately 300 acres, the ATF is composed of five main components:
Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) Test Facility
The Blacktail Canyon Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) Team applies over sixty years of combined E3 experience to testing equipment in early research and development through deployment and system modification stages. Our personnel are certified TEMPEST Professional Level II and the National Association of Radio and Telecommunication Engineers (NARTE) - Electromagnetic Capability (EMC).
Communication Systems and Networks
The CS&N provides a relevant environment to assess legacy, current force and future technologies. The CS&N plans, conducts, analyzes and provides a venue for technical tests of systems. This includes C4I systems and SoS. The CS&N has expertise in testing a wide variety of radios and networks for many military program managers (PM) such as WIN-T, GMR, HMS, SINCGARS, and JCR/FBCB2.
WHO WE ARE
We are the Army's Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) Developmental Tester.
Our mission is to plan, conduct, and analyze the results of Technical Tests for C4I systems, Signal Intelligence, and Electronic Combat (EC)/Electronic Warfare (EW) equipment. In addition to conducting developmental tests, we support the Army operational test community in the conduct of operational tests, user tests, and experiments. Our C4I expertise allows us to support customers in the joint and training communities as well. We are experts in distributed systems of systems testing.
ATEC CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Plan, conduct, analyze, evaluate and report the results of developmental tests,
operational tests, and evaluations in support of our Network, EW and C4ISR customers.
Be the recognized and preferred Center of excellence for Network, EW, and C4ISR
Test and Evaluation across the Department of Defense and the Industrial Base.
Colonel Ray Compton is the Commander, U.S. Army Electronic Proving Ground. He assumed the position 09 July 2013.
Sergeant Major John L. Herring is the Sergeant Major, U.S. Army Electronic Proving Ground. He assumed the position 10 August 2013.