Fundamentals of Electronic Warfare

Author: Sergei A. Vakin,Lev N. Shustov,Robert H. Dunwell

Publisher: Artech House on Demand

ISBN: 9781580530521

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 384

View: 689

Look to this informative new reference for an in-depth, comprehensive treatment of the principles of electronic warfare (EW). Written by leading experts in the field, this authoritative book takes a systematic approach to exploring EW theory, mathematical models, and quantitative analysis. You get a detailed examination of the basic targets of EW operations, a thorough presentation of critical radar jamming methods, and definitions of the effectiveness criteria for EW systems and techniques.

EW 101

A First Course in Electronic Warfare

Author: David Adamy

Publisher: Artech House

ISBN: 1580531695

Category: Computers

Page: 308

View: 3895

This popular series of tutorials, featured over a period of years in the Journal of Electronic Defense, is now available in a single volume. Organized into chapters with new introductory and supplementary material from the author, you get clear, concise and well-illustrated examinations of critical topics such as antenna parameters, receiver sensitivity, processing tasks, and search strategies, LPI signals, jamming, communication links, and simulation. The chapters define key terms and explain how and why particular technologies are relevant to electronic defense. Detailed charts, diagrams and formulas give you the practical knowledge you need to apply specific techniques in the field.

Ew 102

A Second Course in Electronic Warfare

Author: David Adamy

Publisher: Artech House

ISBN: 9781580536875

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 274

View: 5711

Serving as a continuation of the bestselling book EW 101: A First Course in Electronic Warfare, this new volume is a second book based on the popular tutorials featured in the Journal of Electronic Defense. Without delving into complex mathematics, this book lets you understand important concepts central to EW, so you gain a basic working knowledge of the technologies and techniques deployed in todayOCOs EW systems."

Introduction to Electronic Defense Systems

Author: Filippo Neri

Publisher: SciTech Publishing

ISBN: 1891121499

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 622

View: 6713

A comprehensive and accessible introduction to electronic warfare and defense systems. Description of electronic defense systems and weapons systems. Explains vulnerable parts of radar and the limitations of weapons systems. Details effectiveness of defense systems.

Electronic Warfare in the Information Age

Author: D. Curtis Schleher

Publisher: Artech House on Demand

ISBN: 9780890065266

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 605

View: 9650

Here's an advanced practitioner's guide to the latest concepts and threats associated with modern electronic warfare (EW). This new book identifies and explains the newest radar and communications threats, and provides EW and radar engineers, managers, and technical professionals with practical, "how-to" information on designing and implementing ECM and ECCM systems.

Introduction to Modern EW Systems

Author: Andrea De Martino

Publisher: Artech House

ISBN: 160807207X

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 417

View: 4210

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 modern communications data links which provide connectivity and command flow among the armed forces in the battlefield. Taking a sufficiently broad perspective, this comprehensive volume offers you a panoramic view of the various physical domains ? RF, Infrared, and electronics ? that are present in modern electronic warfare systems. This in-depth book is supported with over 280 illustrations and more than 560 equations.

Information Warfare and Electronic Warfare Systems

Author: Richard A. Poisel

Publisher: Artech House

ISBN: 1608077055

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 436

View: 2948

Information warfare is emerging as the new war fighting paradigm of the U.S. and many of its allies. This book is the first in the field to address communication electronic warfare (EW) systems in the context of information warfare. Authored by a recognized leading authority, the book includes a unique formulation of EW system performance and presents results of system simulations that have not appeared previously in any related literature. Essential reading for EW engineers and researchers working in defense, aerospace, and military capacities, the book explores the properties of information, the properties of information communication means, information theory, EW system architectures, and two operational simulations, one in Northeast Asia and the other in urban terrain.


The Interception and Analysis of Radar Signals

Author: Richard G. Wiley

Publisher: Artech House on Demand

ISBN: 9781580539258

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 451

View: 5133

This volume presents a technical viewpoint on this area of electronic intelligence gathering and includes chapters on the implications of radar range, interception systems characteristics, probability of interception, antennas and direction finders, emitter locations, transmitter power, antenna parameters and more.

EW 104: Electronic Warfare Against a New Generation of Threats

Author: David L. Adamy

Publisher: Artech House

ISBN: 1608078701

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 466

View: 4073

The fourth book in the bestselling Artech House EW 100 series is dedicated to reviewing legacy threats and discussing new threats which have arisen since Y2K in communications, radar, and IR threats. Like its predecessors, EW 104 presents a series of highly informative and easy-to-comprehend tutorials, along with insightful introductory and connective material that helps you understand how each aspect fits together. This reference starts with a review of the generalities of legacy threats, from the technical point of view, with a focus on what makes the new threats more challenging. Readers are provided with details of threats in three major areas -Communications, Radars, and IR Threats.

Introduction to Electronic Warfare

Author: D. Curtis Schleher

Publisher: Artech House on Demand

ISBN: 9780890061428

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 559

View: 5320

This book clearly describes all the radar detection and jamming equations you need to design and analyze search and track radars. It reviews the hardware, theories, and techniques involved in modern EW systems signal processing and discusses present and future trends in EW technology.

Introduction to Electronic Warfare Modeling and Simulation

Author: David Adamy

Publisher: SciTech Publishing

ISBN: 1891121626

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 228

View: 695

This enhanced and fully revised 4th Edition of Radar and Electronic Warfare Principles for the Non-specialist presents a comprehensive set of radar and electronic warfare principles including many of the latest applications with the addition of new EW principles.

Electronic Warfare Target Location Methods, Second Edition

Author: Richard Poisel

Publisher: Artech House

ISBN: 1608075230

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 422

View: 3986

Worldwide growth of space communications has caused a rapid increase in the number of satellites operating in geostationary orbits, causing overcrowded orbits. This practical resource is designed to help professionals overcome this problem. This timely book provides a solid understanding of the use of radio interferometers for tracking and monitoring satellites in overcrowded environments. Practitioners learn the fundamentals of radio interferometer hardware, including antennas, receiving equipment, signal processing and phase detection, and measurement accuracies. This in-depth volume describes the nature of the targets to be tracked by the interferometer, helping to clarify the movement of target satellites and what specific information has to be caught by the interferometer. Additionally, engineers find details on applications to practical cases of satellite tracking, covering different types of interferometers, recent technical developments, orbital monitoring and safety control.

Instruments of Darkness

The History of Electronic Warfare, 1939–1945

Author: Alfred Price

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 1473895669

Category: History

Page: 256

View: 5155

The rapid evolution of radio and radar systems for military use during the Second World War, and devices to counter them, led to a technological battle that neither the Axis nor the Allied powers could afford to lose. The result was a continual series of thrusts, parries and counter-thrusts, as first one side then the other sought to wrest the initiative in the struggle to control the ether. This was a battle fought with strange-sounding weapons: 'Freya', 'Mandrel', 'Boozer' and 'Window'; and was characterised by the bravery, self-sacrifice and skill of those who took part in it. However, for many years the use of electronic-warfare systems during the conflict remained a closely guarded military secret. When that veil of secrecy was finally lifted, the technicalities of the subject meant that it remained beyond the reach of lay researchers and readers. Alfred Price, an aircrew officer with the RAF where he flew with V-Force and specialised in electronic warfare and air fighting tactics, was in the unique position to lift the lid on this largely unexplored aspect of the Second World War. When it was first published in 1967, Instruments of Darkness came to be regarded as a standard reference work on this intriguing subject. This completely revised edition concludes with the Japanese surrender in August 1945 and brings the analysis fully up to date in the light of what we now know. 'This book is expertly done. An excellent treatise.' The Times Literary Supplement

Detecting and Classifying Low Probability of Intercept Radar

Author: Phillip E. Pace

Publisher: Artech House

ISBN: 159693235X

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 857

View: 7446

This revised and expanded second edition brings you to the cutting edge with new chapters on LPI radar design, including over-the-horizon radar, random noise radar, and netted LPI radar. You also discover critical LPI detection techniques, parameter extraction signal processing techniques, and anti-radiation missile design strategies to counter LPI radar.

Electronic Warfare Receivers and Receiving Systems

Author: Richard A. Poisel

Publisher: Artech House

ISBN: 1608078418

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 832

View: 3379

Receivers systems are considered the core of electronic warfare (EW) intercept systems. Without them, the fundamental purpose of such systems is null and void. This book considers the major elements that make up receiver systems and the receivers that go in them. This resource provides system design engineers with techniques for design and development of EW receivers for modern modulations (spread spectrum) in addition to receivers for older, common modulation formats. Each major module in these receivers is considered in detail. Design information is included as well as performance tradeoffs of various components. Major factors that influence the functioning of the modules are identified and discussed. Key performance parameters are identified as well, and approaches to achieving design goals are considered.

Active Radar Electronic Countermeasures

Author: Edward J. Chrzanowski

Publisher: Artech House on Demand

ISBN: 9780890062906

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 246

View: 8954

Written to support an intensive short course on the subject. The material is presented as a subset of electronic warfare and is concerned primarily with systems which generate and radiate signals to interfere with hostile radar systems. Chapters deal with search and track radar range and angle count

Electronic Warfare Pocket Guide

Author: David Adamy

Publisher: IET

ISBN: 1891121618

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 38

View: 2370

The Electronic Warfare Pocket Guide is the perfect companion for any user that needs to access key definitions, concepts, and equations for their work in the field, lab, or even in military theater of operations. While this concise guide fits in almost any pocket, it packs a real punch by providing users the answers to real world electronic warfare problems that come up every day in concept development, technique development, system design, system testing, operational testing, mission planning and operations. It is especially useful (if combined with training) for members of the military who are in combat and need to use EW techniques to counter missile-strikes, improvised explosive devices, and other threats. This booklet could usefully go into the pocket of every pilot, sailor, soldier and marine.

Radar System Analysis and Modeling

Author: David K. Barton

Publisher: Artech House

ISBN: 1580536816

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 566

View: 2735

A thorough update to the Artech House classic Modern Radar Systems Analysis, this reference is a comprehensive and cohesive introduction to radar systems design and performance estimation. It offers you the knowledge you need to specify, evaluate, or apply radar technology in civilian or military systems. The book presents accurate detection range equations that let you realistically estimate radar performance in a variety of practical situations. With its clear, easy-to-understand language, you quickly learn the tradeoffs between choice of wavelength and radar performance and see the inherent advantages and limitations associated with each radar band. You find modeling procedures to help you analyze enemy systems or evaluate radar integrated into new weapon systems. The book covers ECM and ECCM for both surveillance and tracking to help you estimate the effects of active and passive ECM, select hardware/software for reconnaissance or jamming, and plan the operation of EW systems. As radar systems evolve, this book provides the equations needed to calculate and evaluate the performance of the latest advances in radar technology.

Digital Microwave Communication

Engineering Point-to-Point Microwave Systems

Author: George Kizer

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470125349

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 756

View: 9598

"Until now, no book has adequately treated all engineering aspects of microwave communications in the digital age. This important new work provides readers with the depth of knowledge necessary for all the practical engineering details associated with fixed point-to-point microwave radio path design: the why, what, and how of microwave transmission; design objectives; engineering methodologies; and design philosophy (in the bid, design, and acceptance phase of the project). Written in an easily accessible format, the book is complete with an appendix of specialized engineering details and formulas.?"--