Radar and Electronic Warfare Systems Design Resources

Aug. 7, 2015
Sponsored by: Keysight Technologies

Electronic Warfare Fundamentals Poster. This poster contains a radar warning receiver and DRFM based jammer block diagrams, a compare and contrast of Radar versus EW, basic equations, cross-eye jamming, modern jamming techniques, three areas of EW; common acronyms and the latest hardware and software for electronic warfare test and measurement.

Using Wider, Deeper Views of Elusive Signals to Characterize Complex Systems and Environments - looks at signal-identification techniques for monitoring EW scenarios, identifying unwanted spectral events or detecting issues in transmitted waveforms. For identified signals, the narrative discusses methods for making pulsed vector measurements in both the time and frequency domains. The second part outlines several analysis options that support typical requirements in dynamic range and bandwidth.

Pulse Analysis Techniques for Radar and EW - describes the best tools for different types of pulse analysis, along with display and analysis techniques for various signals and measurement goals. It also looks at key signal acquisition and processing technologies such as IF and frequency mask triggering, signal capture, and post-processing.

Electronic Warfare Signal Generation: Technologies and Methods - summarizes the available technological approaches for EW signal and environment simulation, and the latest progress in flexible, high-fidelity solutions.

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