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Introduction to modern EW systems [electronic resource] / Andrea De Martino.

By: De Martino, Andrea.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Artech House radar library: Publisher: Boston : Artech House, c2012Description: 1 online resource : ill.ISBN: 9781608072088 (electronic bk.); 1608072088 (electronic bk.).Other title: Introduction to modern electronic warfare systems.Subject(s): Engineering | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Military Science | Electronics in military engineering | Information warfare | Communications, Military | Electronic countermeasuresGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Introduction to Modern EW SystemsDDC classification: 623.043 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Introduction to Modern EW Systems; Contents; Foreword; Introduction; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1 Introduction to Electronic Warfare Scenarios; 1.1 Definitions and EW Role in the Military Field; 1.2 Main Weapons Systems of Interest to EW; 1.2.1 Artillery Systems; 1.2.2 Missile Systems; 1.2.3 Active Homing Missiles; 1.2.4 Track via Missile Systems; 1.2.5 Passive IR-Guided Missiles; 1.2.6 Sea-Skimming Missiles; 1.2.7 Antiradiation Missiles; 1.3 EW in Symmetric Conflicts; 1.4 EW in Asymmetric Conflicts; References; Chapter 2 Evolution of Signal Emitters and Sensors; 2.1 Introduction.
2.2 Sensor Electromagnetic Spectrum and Atmospheric Propagation2.3 Radar Principles and Types; 2.3.1 Radar Equation; 2.3.2 Radar Structure; 2.3.3 Radar Signal Processing Fundamentals; 2.3.4 Automatic Detection; 2.3.5 Pulse Compression; 2.3.6 Surveillance Radars; 2.3.7 LPI Radars; 2.3.8 Pulse Doppler Radars; 2.3.9 Tracking Radars; 2.3.10 Synthetic Aperture Radars; 2.3.11 Bistatic Radars; 2.4 Communications; 2.4.1 Access Methods; 2.4.2 Digital Signaling; 2.4.3 Secure Communications; 2.4.4 Coding of Communication Signals; 2.4.5 Typical Military Communication Systems.
2.5 Satellite Navigation Systems2.6 Electro-Optical Thermal Imagers; 2.6.1 Minimum Resolvable Temperature; 2.6.2 IR Missile Seekers; 2.6.3 Missile Approach Warner; 2.7 Laser Radar Systems; 2.7.1 Laser Target Designation and Ranging; 2.7.2 Laser Radar Receivers; 2.7.3 Laser Radar Range Equation; 2.7.4 Target Detection; References; Chapter 3 Electronic Warfare RF Band Sensor Systems; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 EW Radar Band Sensors; 3.2.1 RWR Architecture; 3.2.2 ESM Architecture; 3.2.3 ELINT Architecture; 3.3 EW Sensor Sensitivity; 3.3.1 Conclusions; 3.4 Probability of Interception.
3.5 EW Radar Band Sensor Architectures3.5.1 Architecture of Past Generation Intercept Receivers; 3.5.2 Architecture of New EW radar Band Sensors; 3.5.3 DSP Technologies; 3.6 Detection and Classification of LPI Radars; 3.7 Emitter Deinterleaving and Sorting; 3.8 Emitter Identification; 3.9 Communications ESM; 3.9.1 CESM; 3.9.2 COMINT; 3.10 SIGINT; 3.11 Conclusion; References; Chapter 4 RF Direction-Finding and Emitter Location Techniques; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Amplitude Comparison DF Methods; 4.3 Phase Comparison Monopulse DF Measurement Methods; 4.3.1 Correlative Phase DF.
4.4 Time-Difference DF4.5 Emitter Location; 4.5.1 Triangulation; 4.5.2 Trilateration; 4.5.3 Frequency Difference on Arrival Passive Location Technique; 4.5.4 Inverse Passive Location; 4.6 Conclusion; References; Chapter 5 Electronic Countermeasure Systems; 5.1 Introduction; 5.1.1 Typical RECM Requirements and Missions; 5.1.2 EW Radar Jamming Equation; 5.2 Radar ECM Architecture; 5.3 Digital Radio-Frequency Memory; 5.3.1 Phase-Sampled DRFMs; 5.4 Radar ECM Transmitters; 5.5 Chaff; 5.6 Communication ECM Systems; 5.7 Infrared ECM Systems; 5.7.1 Flares; 5.8 Conclusion; References.
Summary: Master the latest electronic warfare (EW) techniques and technologies related to on-board military platforms with this authoritative resource. You gain expert design guidance on technologies and equipment used to detect and identify emitter threats, giving you an advantage in the never-ending chess game between sensor guided weapons and EW systems. This unique book offers you deeper insight into EW systems principles of operation and their mathematical descriptions, arming you with better knowledge for your specific design applications. Moreover, you get practical information on how to counter.
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Introduction to Modern EW Systems; Contents; Foreword; Introduction; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1 Introduction to Electronic Warfare Scenarios; 1.1 Definitions and EW Role in the Military Field; 1.2 Main Weapons Systems of Interest to EW; 1.2.1 Artillery Systems; 1.2.2 Missile Systems; 1.2.3 Active Homing Missiles; 1.2.4 Track via Missile Systems; 1.2.5 Passive IR-Guided Missiles; 1.2.6 Sea-Skimming Missiles; 1.2.7 Antiradiation Missiles; 1.3 EW in Symmetric Conflicts; 1.4 EW in Asymmetric Conflicts; References; Chapter 2 Evolution of Signal Emitters and Sensors; 2.1 Introduction.

2.2 Sensor Electromagnetic Spectrum and Atmospheric Propagation2.3 Radar Principles and Types; 2.3.1 Radar Equation; 2.3.2 Radar Structure; 2.3.3 Radar Signal Processing Fundamentals; 2.3.4 Automatic Detection; 2.3.5 Pulse Compression; 2.3.6 Surveillance Radars; 2.3.7 LPI Radars; 2.3.8 Pulse Doppler Radars; 2.3.9 Tracking Radars; 2.3.10 Synthetic Aperture Radars; 2.3.11 Bistatic Radars; 2.4 Communications; 2.4.1 Access Methods; 2.4.2 Digital Signaling; 2.4.3 Secure Communications; 2.4.4 Coding of Communication Signals; 2.4.5 Typical Military Communication Systems.

2.5 Satellite Navigation Systems2.6 Electro-Optical Thermal Imagers; 2.6.1 Minimum Resolvable Temperature; 2.6.2 IR Missile Seekers; 2.6.3 Missile Approach Warner; 2.7 Laser Radar Systems; 2.7.1 Laser Target Designation and Ranging; 2.7.2 Laser Radar Receivers; 2.7.3 Laser Radar Range Equation; 2.7.4 Target Detection; References; Chapter 3 Electronic Warfare RF Band Sensor Systems; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 EW Radar Band Sensors; 3.2.1 RWR Architecture; 3.2.2 ESM Architecture; 3.2.3 ELINT Architecture; 3.3 EW Sensor Sensitivity; 3.3.1 Conclusions; 3.4 Probability of Interception.

3.5 EW Radar Band Sensor Architectures3.5.1 Architecture of Past Generation Intercept Receivers; 3.5.2 Architecture of New EW radar Band Sensors; 3.5.3 DSP Technologies; 3.6 Detection and Classification of LPI Radars; 3.7 Emitter Deinterleaving and Sorting; 3.8 Emitter Identification; 3.9 Communications ESM; 3.9.1 CESM; 3.9.2 COMINT; 3.10 SIGINT; 3.11 Conclusion; References; Chapter 4 RF Direction-Finding and Emitter Location Techniques; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Amplitude Comparison DF Methods; 4.3 Phase Comparison Monopulse DF Measurement Methods; 4.3.1 Correlative Phase DF.

4.4 Time-Difference DF4.5 Emitter Location; 4.5.1 Triangulation; 4.5.2 Trilateration; 4.5.3 Frequency Difference on Arrival Passive Location Technique; 4.5.4 Inverse Passive Location; 4.6 Conclusion; References; Chapter 5 Electronic Countermeasure Systems; 5.1 Introduction; 5.1.1 Typical RECM Requirements and Missions; 5.1.2 EW Radar Jamming Equation; 5.2 Radar ECM Architecture; 5.3 Digital Radio-Frequency Memory; 5.3.1 Phase-Sampled DRFMs; 5.4 Radar ECM Transmitters; 5.5 Chaff; 5.6 Communication ECM Systems; 5.7 Infrared ECM Systems; 5.7.1 Flares; 5.8 Conclusion; References.

Chapter 6 ECM Techniques and Sensor ECCMs.

Master the latest electronic warfare (EW) techniques and technologies related to on-board military platforms with this authoritative resource. You gain expert design guidance on technologies and equipment used to detect and identify emitter threats, giving you an advantage in the never-ending chess game between sensor guided weapons and EW systems. This unique book offers you deeper insight into EW systems principles of operation and their mathematical descriptions, arming you with better knowledge for your specific design applications. Moreover, you get practical information on how to counter.

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