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Introduction

Introduction

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This book discusses digital signal processing schemes that are potentially applicable to electronic warfare (EW) receivers. These receivers must have very wide instantaneous input bandwidth (about 1 GHz) to fulfill their operational. However, communication bandwidth is increasing because the wider the bandwidth, the more information per unit time can be transmitted from one point to another.

Chapter Contents:

  • 1.1 Wideband Systems
  • 1.2 Digital Approach
  • 1.3 Obstacles in the EW Receiver Development
  • 1.4 Organization of the Book
  • 1.5 Specific Remarks
  • References

Inspec keywords: radio receivers; signal processing; electronic warfare

Other keywords: EW receivers; very wide instantaneous input bandwidth; wideband receivers; electronic warfare receivers; digital signal processing schemes; communication bandwidth; digital techniques

Subjects: Radio links and equipment; Digital signal processing; Signal processing and detection

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