Electronic Countermeasures and Counter-Countermeasures

Electronic Countermeasures and Counter-Countermeasures

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All radars must be able to operate in the presence of naturally occurring interference resulting from transmissions from other sources. Military radars must also operate in hostile environments, which consist of deliberate interference designed to degrade their performance. This deliberate interference is called electronic countermeasures (ECM), and is traditionally divided into two categories: active ECM, consisting of noise and deception waveforms, and passive ECM, typically consisting of chaff and decoys.

Chapter Contents:

  • 10.1 Noise Jamming
  • 10.2 Deception Jamming

Inspec keywords: military radar; interference (signal); radar signal processing; electronic countermeasures

Other keywords: counter-countermeasures; military radars; deliberate interference; bistatic radar; electronic countermeasures; hostile environments; naturally occurring interference

Subjects: Radar equipment, systems and applications; Electromagnetic compatibility and interference; Signal processing and detection

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