Distributed and Layered Sensing

Distributed and Layered Sensing

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In this chapter, we discuss the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) issues that must be addressed and understood as part of the development of a futuristic intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance concept utilizing Distributed and Layered Sensing waveform diverse systems. These systems involve the innovative integration of cutting edge technologies such as: knowledge-based signal processing, robotics, wireless networking, waveform diversity, the semantic web, advanced computer architectures, and supporting software languages. This concept is projected as an autonomous constellation of air, space, and ground vehicles that would offer a robust paradigm to build toward future deployments. The goal is to develop waveform-time-space adaptive processing algorithms for distributed apertures that could reduce EMC issues.

Inspec keywords: space-time adaptive processing; waveform analysis; search radar; distributed sensors; surveillance; electromagnetic compatibility

Other keywords: futuristic intelligence; electromagnetic compatibility; distributed apertures; cutting edge technology; autonomous constellation; waveform-time-space adaptive processing algorithms; innovative integration; EMC; reconnaissance concept; surveillance; layered sensing waveform diverse systems; robust paradigm; distributed sensing waveform diverse systems

Subjects: Sensing devices and transducers; Radar equipment, systems and applications; Electromagnetic compatibility and interference; Mathematical analysis

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