This presentation will discuss the coexistence between S-Band radars and the commercial LTE mobiles operating in E-UTRA Band 7 from where considerations to the future LTE technology by the DoD in close proximity to radars can be drawn.
Modern air-to-ground radar operation is dominated by two modes: Ground moving target indication (GMTI) and synthetic aperture radar (SAR). This tutorial will provide a comparison and contrasting of the SAR and GMTI modes.
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.
Modern tracking radars are almost always classified as monopulse radars. But what does the term “monopulse” mean, and how do these systems work? This webinar will attempt to answer these questions by considering monopulse and other comparable techniques.
What is cross-eye jamming, and how does it work? What is so special about cross-eye jamming that it still attracts interest almost 60 years after it was initially proposed? This webinar seeks to answer these and other questions about cross-eye jamming.
This webinar discusses the elements and construction of an effective EW solution that will not exhaust an entire equipment budget. It will demonstrate the utility of such a solution for testing the various types of EW receivers.
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 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.
If you’re moderately aware of what a “DRFM” is, you’re clearly no dummy. This webinar will cover the basics of Digital Radio Frequency Memory devices (DRFMs) used in modern Electronic Warfare (EW) jamming systems.