The concepts underlying Software-Defined Radio (SDR) will be presented and compared to EW systems. Some representative hardware and software SDR platforms will be briefly discussed as a means of demonstrating how these concepts are realised in practice.
It has been shown that ground MIMO radars can provide orders of magnitude better resolution and accuracy (10x, 100x or 1000x better) than conventional radars. This presentation shows how to use conventional radars to do this as well.
This presentation focuses on the evolution of the EW environment & the need to leverage next-gen capabilities increasing situational awareness for warfighters operating any platform & within any domain, protecting them against adversaries across the EMS.
Wireless Access Points (WAP) remain one of the top 10 network security threats. Learn early results on the ID of OFDM-based 802.11a WiFi devices using RF Distinct Native Attribute (RF-DNA) fingerprints produced by the Fractional Fourier Transform (FRFT).
This second session in the 3-part series covers the importance of Electronic Support (ES). ES is the division of EW involving actions taken to detect, intercept, identify, locate, record, and/or analyze sources of radiated electromagnetic energy.
From the origins of radar prior to WWII, through Pulse Doppler radars, Continuous Wave radars, Monopulse radars, and to modern Active Electronically Scanned Arrays (AESA), the attendee will understand the fundamentals of how radars work.
This webinar explores how antenna arrays work and what differentiates them from “normal” antennas. Learn the differences between an Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) or Passive Electronically Steered Array (PESA) phased-array.