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Introduction to Electronic Defense Systems, Third Edition.

Author/Creator:
Neri, Filippo.
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Norwood : Artech House, 2018.
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3rd ed.
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Electronics in military engineering.
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Contents:
Intro
Introduction toElectronic Defense SystemsThird Edition
Contents
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Chapter 1 Electronic Defense
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Systems in Use in the Armed Forces
1.2.1 Air Force Assets and Operations
1.2.2 Navy Assets and Operations
1.2.3 Army Assets and Operations
1.2.4 UAVs
1.3 Main Weapon Systems
1.4 Objectives of Electronic Defense
1.4.1 Organization of Electronic Defense
1.5 Electronic Defense Systems and Their Operational Objective
1.5.1 SIGINT
1.5.2 ELINT
1.5.3 COMINT
1.5.4 Electronic Support
1.5.5 ESM-COM
1.5.6 Infrared Warning
1.5.7 Laser Warning Receivers
1.5.8 ECMs
1.5.9 ECM-COM
1.5.10 Infrared Countermeasures
1.5.11 ECM-Lasers
1.5.12 ECCMs
1.5.13 Command, Control, Communication, Computer and Surveillance, and Reconnaissance
1.6 Information and Cyberspace
1.6.1 Information Operation
1.6.2 Information Warfare
1.6.3 Cyberspace and Cyber Warfare
1.6.4 Cyber Intelligence
1.6.5 Cyberattacks
1.6.6 Cyber Protection
1.6.7 Cyber Electromagnetic Activities
1.7 Need for the Study of Weapon Systems
References
Chapter 2 Sensors
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Radar Sensors
2.2.1 Review of Electromagnetic Signal Transmission
2.2.2 Main Radar Components and the Radar Equation
2.2.3 Radar Equation in the Operational Environment
2.2.4 Radar Techniques
2.2.5 Search Radar
2.2.6 SAR
2.2.7 Tracking Radars
2.2.8 Airborne Radars (Interceptors)
2.2.9 Multifunction Radars
2.3 Infrared Sensors
2.3.1 Review of Radiant Energy
2.3.2 Infrared Radiation Produced by Targets of Interest
2.3.3 IR Range Equation
2.3.4 Suppression of Background Effects
2.3.5 IR Systems
References
Chapter 3 Weapon Systems
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Artillery Systems
3.2.1 Firing Accuracy.
3.2.2 Susceptibility to Jamming of an Artillery System
3.3 Missile Systems
3.3.1 Command Missiles
3.3.2 Beam-Riding Missiles
3.3.3 Semiactive Homing Missiles
3.3.4 Active Homing Missiles
3.3.5 Track-Via-Missile Systems
3.3.6 Passive IR-Guided Missiles
3.3.7 Sea-Skimming Missiles
3.4 Passive Antiradiation Missiles
3.5 Laser Weapon Systems
3.5.1 The Laser
3.5.2 The Laser Equation
3.5.3 Laser Applications
3.6 Stealth Aircraft
3.7 Communications Systems
3.7.1 Networks
3.7.2 Types of Transmission (Links)
3.7.3 The Message
3.7.4 Examples of Communications Systems
3.7.5 Software Radio
3.7.6 Civilian Communication Networks
3.8 Information Operations
3.8.1 Information Cycle: The OODA Loop
3.8.2 Information Processes and Tools
3.8.3 Information Contents (on Subjects or Events)
3.8.4 Parameters Defining Information Value
3.8.5 Information in War Operations
3.8.6 Network Centric Warfare
References
Chapter 4 Electronic Intercept Systems
4.1 Introduction
4.2 RF Passive Systems
4.2.1 The Equation of RF Passive Systems
4.2.2 Radar Warning Receivers
4.2.3 ESM Systems
4.2.4 ELINT
4.2.5 Digital Receiver for Modern Intercept Systems
4.2.6 RWR/ESM Architectures with DRX
4.2.7 Typical Performances of a Modern Naval ESM System
4.2.8 Airborne Advanced Intercept Systems and Location Techniques
4.2.9 Passive Surveillance System Networks
4.3 Infrared Intercept Systems
4.3.1 MLW/Missile Approach Warner
4.3.2 FLIRs
4.4 Communication ESM and COMINT
4.4.1 Communication ESM
4.4.2 COMINT
References
Chapter 5 Electronic Countermeasure Systems
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Onboard ECM Systems
5.2.1 Passive Systems
5.2.2 Active Onboard Systems
5.2.3 Jammer Equations
5.2.4 Digital Radio-Frequency Memory
5.2.5 Transmitters.
5.2.6 ECM Antennas
5.2.7 The Pod
5.3 Onboard Modern ECM Systems
5.4 ECM Techniques
5.4.1 Spot Noise
5.4.2 Barrage Noise
5.4.3 Swept Noise/CW
5.4.4 Gated Noise
5.4.5 Amplitude-Modulated Noise/CW
5.4.6 Multiple False-Target Generation
5.4.7 Multiple Doppler False Targets
5.4.8 Range Gate Pull-Off /Pull-In
5.4.9 Velocity Gate Pull-Off/Pull-In
5.4.10 Range/Velocity Gate Pull-Off/Pull-In
5.4.11 Dual Mode
5.4.12 Inverse Gain
5.4.13 Countdown
5.4.14 Cooperative Jamming
5.4.15 Cross-Polarization
5.4.16 Cross-Eye (Virtual Off-Board Decoy)
5.4.17 Terrain Bounce
5.4.18 Illuminated Chaff
5.4.19 High-Resolution Radar Jamming
5.4.20 Jamming Effectiveness Evaluation: Cognitive Jamming and Hardware Simulators
5.5 IRCMs
5.5.1 Modulated Sources
5.5.2 DIRCM
5.6 Off-Board ECM Systems
5.6.1 Passive Systems
5.6.2 Active Off-Board Systems
5.7 Communications Countermeasures
5.8 Information Warfare
5.8.1 Information Countermeasures (Counter Information)
5.8.2 Information Counter-Countermeasure
References
Chapter 6 Electronic Counter-Countermeasures Systems
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Search Radar Counter-Countermeasures
6.2.1 Induced Counter-Countermeasures
6.2.2 Dedicated Counter-Countermeasures
6.3 Tracking Radar Counter-Countermeasures
6.3.1 Induced Counter-Countermeasures
6.3.2 Dedicated Counter-Countermeasures
6.4 Infrared Counter-Countermeasures
6.5 COM-ECCM
6.5.1 Frequency Hopping
6.5.2 Burst Transmission
6.5.3 Null Steering
6.5.4 Direct Sequence
6.5.5 Uniformity of Format
6.5.6 Encryption
References
Chapter 7 New Electronic Defense Techniques and Technologies
7.1 Introduction
7.2 ED Basic Technology Advances
7.2.1 MMIC Technology
7.2.2 Fast Digital Processing.
7.3 New Electronic Defense and Radar Architectures
7.3.1 ESM Antennas
7.3.2 Wideband Front End and Digital Receiver
7.3.3 Deinterleaving and Processing
7.3.4 Artificial Intelligence and Machine-Learning Approaches
7.3.5 Display
7.3.6 Generation of Jamming Programs
7.3.7 ELINT from Space
7.3.8 Progress in Infrared Sensors and Systems
7.3.9 Improvements in Radar Technologies
7.4 Shared Apertures and Sensors Fusion
7.4.1 Shared Apertures
7.4.2 Sensor Fusion
7.5 HPM Weapons (RFDEW)
7.5.1 Introduction
7.5.2 Susceptibility of Electronic Systems
7.5.3 HPM Weapons
7.6 Anti-Antiradiation Missile Techniques
7.7 Antistealth Techniques
7.8 ED State of the Art and Perspectives
References
Chapter 8 Design and Evaluation Criteria
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Design Criteria
8.2.1 Generalities
8.2.2 System Objective
8.2.3 Analysis of the Operational Environment
8.2.4 Possible Architectures
8.2.5 Verification by Simulation
8.2.6 Cost-Effectiveness Analysis
8.2.7 Risk Analysis
8.3 Evaluation Criteria for the Choice of a System
8.3.1 Generalities and Objectives
8.3.2 Definition of the Reference Operational Environment
8.3.3 Effectiveness of Electronic Defense
8.3.4 Cost-Effectiveness Ratio
8.4 Operational Effectiveness
8.5 Electronic Defense and Conventional Defense
References
About the Author
Index.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Print version: Neri, Filippo Introduction to Electronic Defense Systems, Third Edition
ISBN:
9781630815363
9781630815349
OCLC:
1056065319