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Introduction to Electronic Warfare : Radar Library - D. C. Schleher

Introduction to Electronic Warfare

Radar Library

Hardcover Published: 19th December 1986
ISBN: 9780890061428
Number Of Pages: 576

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This book clearly describes all the radar detection and jamming equations you need to design and analyze search and track radars. It reviews the hardware, theories, and techniques involved in modern EW systems signal processing and discusses present and future trends in EW technology.

Electronic Warfare (EW) Principles and Overviewp. 1
Electronic Warfare Taxonomyp. 6
Electronic Warfare Definitions and Areasp. 6
Electronic Warfare Support Measures (ESM)p. 6
Signals Intelligence (SIGINT)p. 8
Electronic Countermeasures (ECM)p. 9
Electronic Counter Countermeasures (ECCM)p. 17
Electronic Warfare Simulatorsp. 19
Defense Suppressionp. 22
Signal Security (SIGSEC)p. 24
Electronic Warfare Frequency Bands and Channelsp. 25
EW Missions and Scenariosp. 27
The EW Radar Threat Scenariop. 28
The EW Communications Threat Scenariop. 36
Electronic Support Measures (ESM) Receiversp. 45
Radar Warning Receivers (RWR)p. 47
Current ESM Receiversp. 56
The Crystal Video Receiverp. 59
The Superheterodyne Receiverp. 60
Instantaneous Frequency Measurement (IFM) Receiverp. 64
Advanced ESM Receiversp. 69
The Channelized Receiverp. 76
The Compressive Receiverp. 81
The Acousto-Optic Bragg Cell Receiverp. 89
Passive Direction Finding and Emitter Locationp. 96
Electronic Countermeasures (ECM)p. 109
Noise Jammingp. 117
Noise Jammer Effectivenessp. 129
Jammer Look-Throughp. 133
Power Managementp. 135
Deception Electronic Countermeasures (DECM)p. 138
Range Gate Deceptionp. 143
Angle Deceptionp. 145
ECM against Conical Scanning Tracking Radarsp. 151
ECM against Monopulse Tracking Radarsp. 152
Velocity Deceptionp. 160
Modern ECM Systemsp. 165
ECM against Pulse Compression and Low Probability of Intercept (LPI) Radarsp. 171
Expendable Electronic Countermeasuresp. 178
Chaffp. 183
Radar and Electronic Counter-Countermeasures (ECCM)p. 199
Radar Applications in Weapon Systemsp. 200
Surveillance Radarsp. 202
Surveillance Radar Design Principlesp. 205
Surveillance Radar Detection Range--Clear and Jamming Environmentsp. 207
Low Altitude Detection--Radar Clutterp. 213
Surveillance Radar--Data Rate and Accuracyp. 217
Surveillance Radar Frequency Trade-Offsp. 219
Surveillance Radars--ECCM Considerationsp. 221
Target Acquisition Radarsp. 230
Weapon Control Radarsp. 233
Tracking Radar Design Principlesp. 234
Target Tracking Radarp. 238
Track-While-Scan Tracking Systemsp. 239
Phased Array Tracking Radarsp. 241
Tracking Radar--ECCM Considerationsp. 245
Aircraft Control Radarsp. 249
Weapon Location Radarsp. 253
Missile Guidance Radarsp. 254
Navigation and Mapping Radarsp. 260
Radar Types and Characteristicsp. 264
2-D Search Radarsp. 265
3-D Search Radarsp. 271
Moving Target Indicator (MTI) Radarp. 274
Pulsed Doppler Radarp. 280
Special Purpose Radar Typesp. 283
Millimeter-Wave (MMW) Radarp. 284
Low Probability of Intercept (LPI) Radarp. 291
Over-the-Horizon (OTH) Radarp. 295
Bistatic Radarp. 298
Automatic Detection Radarp. 301
Command, Control, and Communications (C[superscript 3]) Systemsp. 311
Strategic C[superscript 3] Systemsp. 314
Tactical C[superscript 3] Systemsp. 317
Naval Tactical Data System (NTDS)p. 319
Tactical Air Control System (TACS)p. 321
Rapid Deployment Force C[superscript 3]Ip. 323
Tactical Data Linksp. 326
Tactical Communication Radio Netsp. 330
C[superscript 3] Navigation Systemsp. 332
Command, Control, and Communications Countermeasures (C[superscript 3]CM)p. 335
Air Defense Systemsp. 336
Early Warning Radarsp. 343
Airborne Early Warning Radarsp. 343
Ground Control Intercept Radarsp. 346
Air-to-Air Missile Guidance Systemsp. 347
Surface-to-Air Missile (SAM) Systemsp. 348
Missile Control Lawsp. 352
Modern SAM Systemp. 354
Radar and ECM Performance Analysisp. 359
Radar Detection Performancep. 360
Search Radar Detection Performancep. 361
Propagation Absorption Loss (L[subscript a])p. 366
Beam Shape Loss (L[subscript b])p. 367
Pattern Propagation Factor (F[subscript t],F[subscript r])p. 369
System Noise Temperature (T[subscript s])p. 377
Transmission Line Loss (L[subscript t])p. 380
Receiver Matching Loss (C[subscript B])p. 380
Collapsing Loss (L[subscript c])p. 381
MTI Processing Lossp. 383
Signal-to-Noise Power Ratiop. 384
Search Radar Detection Range Calculationp. 398
The Cumulative Probability of Detectionp. 407
ECM Jamming Equationsp. 418
Repeater Jammer Equationsp. 423
EW Receiver Sensitivityp. 425
Scanning Superheterodyne Receiver Sensitivityp. 431
EW Signal Processingp. 439
Input Signal Processingp. 441
Signal Environmentp. 441
Processing of Multiple-Pulse Emittersp. 443
EM Sensor Subsystemsp. 444
Large Aperture Antennas for ESMp. 445
Low Radar Cross Section (RCS) Antenna Systemsp. 446
Sparse Arraysp. 446
The Receiver Subsystemp. 447
Transform Receiversp. 447
Conventional Channelizersp. 448
Digital Transformsp. 449
Parameter Encodingp. 451
Intrapulse Parametersp. 451
The Preprocessorp. 452
Mapping, Binning, or Histogrammingp. 452
Associative Memoriesp. 454
Window Addressable Memoriesp. 454
Content Addressable Memoriesp. 454
Random Accessible Memories (RAMs)p. 455
The Data Servo Loopp. 456
Single-Instruction Multiple Data Arraysp. 456
Agile Parameter Trackingp. 457
High Duty Factor Emittersp. 457
Agile Pulse Repetition Interval (PRI) Emittersp. 458
Agile RF Emittersp. 458
Wideband Intrapulse RF Emittersp. 459
Output Signal Processingp. 459
The Computerp. 460
Jamming Logicp. 460
Advanced Fully Power-Managed Jammingp. 461
Time-Managed Jammingp. 461
RF Managementp. 462
Coherent RFp. 463
Digital Excitersp. 463
Coherent Repetitionp. 464
Amplitude Managementp. 464
Direction Managementp. 465
Generating Control Signalsp. 465
Programmable Techniques Generatorp. 466
Time-Ordered Filep. 466
EW Technology and Future Trendsp. 469
Antenna Technologyp. 472
Fixed-Beam EW Antennasp. 474
Spiral Antennasp. 476
Horn Antennasp. 478
Helical Antennasp. 480
Log-Periodic Dipole Array Antennasp. 481
ECM Phased Array Antennasp. 482
Lens-Fed Multiple Beam Arrayp. 489
ECM Transmitter Power Source Technologyp. 495
ECM Traveling Wave Tubes (TWTs)p. 499
Gallium Arsenide (GaAs) FET Amplifiersp. 505
Voltage Controlled Oscillatorsp. 511
Digital Radio Frequency Memoriesp. 513
EW Receiver Technologyp. 517
Low-Noise Receiversp. 520
Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) Delay Linesp. 520
EW at Millimeter Wavelengthsp. 526
Low Observability EW Technologyp. 534
Very High Speed Integrated Circuits (VHSIC)p. 537
Artificial Intelligencep. 544
Indexp. 553
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ISBN: 9780890061428
ISBN-10: 0890061424
Series: Radar Library
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 576
Published: 19th December 1986
Publisher: Artech House Publishers
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2  x 3.6
Weight (kg): 1.01