Knowledge Base Technologies for Waveform Diversity and Electromagnetic Compatibility

Knowledge Base Technologies for Waveform Diversity and Electromagnetic Compatibility

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We have provided an overview of waveform diversity and how it is being studied for communications and radar systems. The deployment of these systems within military platforms has a great potential for causing EM fratricide. There are Semantic Web technologies that can help us manage the EM spectrum within military platforms. However, we will need a paradigm shift in how we develop these intelligent platform systems that can manage waveform diversity devices when deployed with current EM devices on the same or nearby platforms. The EMC area has a new challenge in the integration of waveform diversity devices for the military and commercial worlds. A solution may lie in leveraging the technologies being developed within the artificial intelligence and Semantic Web communities.

Inspec keywords: electromagnetic devices; radar computing; electromagnetic compatibility; knowledge based systems; semantic Web; military radar

Other keywords: EM spectrum; military platforms; radar systems; knowledge base technology; electromagnetic compatibility; artificial intelligence; intelligent platform systems; waveform diversity devices; semantic Web technology; EM devices; EM fratricide

Subjects: Radar equipment, systems and applications; Expert systems and other AI software and techniques; Electrical engineering computing; Electromagnetic device applications; Electromagnetic compatibility and interference; Information networks

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