Optimal Signal and Jamming Dynamics Embracing Digital Filter Strictures

Optimal Signal and Jamming Dynamics Embracing Digital Filter Strictures

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The subject of this chapter is the rapid waveform re-design of a transmitted pulse (typically in a radar/sonar or other active pulse detection application), which is in turn countered by a rapid reshaping of a jammer's additive noise transmission. Detection of each received noisy pulse is done by means of the (agile) detection filter that is applied for the currently prevailing pulse and noise situation.

Inspec keywords: radar signal processing; radar detection; matched filters; digital filters; signal denoising; jamming; interference suppression

Other keywords: received noisy pulse detection; pulse transmission; radar signal processing; waveform re-design; jammer additive noise transmission; jamming dynamics; digital filter; detection filter

Subjects: Electromagnetic compatibility and interference; Radar equipment, systems and applications; Signal detection; Filtering methods in signal processing

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