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Electronic warfare

Electronic warfare

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The very success of radar at detecting and tracking military targets means that it has become the target of electronic attack itself. As soon as a military radar system is turned on, its EM emissions will be detected unless it uses spread spectrum LPI techniques to evade detection. Any radar signals detected will be analysed by ESM receivers and an ECM strategy formulated; this may include the use of Stealth to reduce the RCS of the target. While electronic countermeasures are effective, and expensive to defend against using ECCM techniques, the balance at present probably resides on the side of radar, provided the waveforms are controlled intelligently.

Chapter Contents:

  • 14.1 Objectives and definitions
  • 14.2 Noise jamming and the radar equation
  • 14.3 Types of electronic countermeasures and electronic counter-countermeasures
  • 14.4 Stealth applications
  • 14.5 Summary
  • 14.6 References
  • 14.7 Problems

Inspec keywords: radar tracking; military radar; radar detection; electronic warfare

Other keywords: radar signal detection; radar tracking; electronic countermeasures; electronic attack; ECCM technique; military target tracking; electronic warfare; ESM receivers; EM emission; military radar system

Subjects: Electronic warfare; Radar equipment, systems and applications; Signal detection

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