An airborne early cautioning and control (AEW&C) framework is an airborne radar picket framework intended to identify airship, boats, and vehicles at long ranges. It performs charge and control of the battlespace in an air commitment by coordinating contender and assault airship strikes. AEW&C units are likewise used to do reconnaissance, including over ground targets and every now and again perform capacities like an Air Traffic Controller given military summons over different powers.
At the point when utilized at elevation, the radar on the flying machine enables the administrators to recognize and track targets and recognize well disposed and antagonistic airship substantially more distant away than comparable ground-based radar. Like a ground-based radar, it can be distinguished by restricting powers, but since of its versatility, it is substantially less defenseless against counter-assault. The AEW&C flying machine is utilized for both protective and hostile air tasks, and is to the NATO and US powers prepared or coordinated Air Forces what the Command Information Center is to a US Navy warship, in addition to an exceptionally versatile and ground-breaking radar stage. The framework is utilized upsettingly to guide contenders to their objective areas, and protectively, coordinating counterattacks on foe powers, both air, and ground.