This webinar covers the evolution of jamming techniques from brute force Barrage jamming, to more sophisticated False Target techniques, to the Digital RF Memory (DRFM) based Precision jamming techniques used in today’s modern EW jamming systems. The evolution of these classes of EW techniques is typically in direct response to advancements and improvements in threat radar technologies. This presentation will not only describe the characteristics and capabilities of these technique classes but will describe the radar capabilities and features that drove this evolution. The webinar will be presented at a tutorial level covering basic concepts and general characteristics of the subject jamming techniques through the use of simplified diagrams and illustrations.
The webinar presentation centers on the evolution of these jamming techniques, describes how they are generated, illustrates the waveforms they present, and shows how they affect the radars they are designed to counter. In parallel, advancements in radar design and technology that impact or negate these jamming techniques will be discussed showing how and why EW jamming system designer needed to react and evolve newer jamming techniques.
The presentation also highlights the point that because of threat diversity, proliferation, and that threat weapon systems never seem to go away, modern EW jamming systems are typically required to generate all these jamming techniques and employ them based on the threats encountered. Therefore, the presentation will show what jamming techniques are applicable versus generic types of radar and how they may need to be used in combination to counter a radar threat.
Finally, although the presentation focuses specifically on EW jamming techniques, many other factors need to be considered when developing effective jamming. Some of these other considerations or factors will be identified to give the audience an appreciation of this subject’s complexity.
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