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Introduction to Electronic Defense Systems, Second Edition

Introduction to Electronic Defense Systems, Second Edition

By (author): Filippo Neri
Copyright: 2001
Pages: 644
ISBN: 9781580531795

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This newly-revised edition of the classic, Introduction to Electronic Defense Systems, offers you a thorough, up-to-date survey of sophisticated weapon and electronic warfare (EW) systems, and covers all the latest technological advances in this rapidly-changing area. Brand new material includes deep explanation of latest radar techniques (Digital Receiver, SAR/SSAR/ISAR/DBS, LPI radar, etc), the latest advances in IR techniques (Rosette Scan seeker analysis, DIRCM, etc.) and the EW techniques (DRFM, Digital Receiver, New Passive Location systems, DRFM, Solid State technology, High Resolution radar Jamming, etc.) and an introduction to Information Operations and Information Warfare. You get a solid understanding of how sophisticated EW weapon systems work, and how these weapons can be intercepted and electronically jammed. From search and tracking radar, IR systems, and communication systems - to electronic intercept systems, countermeasures, and counter-countermeasures, the book explores a broad spectrum of defense equipment. It explains how these systems operate, the advantages and drawbacks of each system, and the theories on which these systems are based. This authoritative resource includes 320 illustrations and 360 equations that support key topics throughout the book.
Foreword. Acknowledgments.Preface.; Electronic Defense -Introduction. Systems in use in the Armed Forces. The Main Weapon Systems. The Objectives of Electronic Defense. Electronic Defense Systems and Their Operational Objectives. Need for the Study of Weapon Systems. Information Operation/Information Warfare.; Sensors -Introduction. Radar Sensors: basic theory. Radar techniques. Radar Digital Receiver. Search radar. Tracking radar. High resolution radar. LPI radar. Infrared Sensors.; Weapon Systems -Introduction. Artillery Systems. Firing Accuracy. Susceptibility to Jamming of an Artillery System. Missile Systems. Passive Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM). Laser Weapon Systems. Stealth Aircraft. Communication Systems.; Electronic Intercept Systems -Introduction. The Equation of a Passive System. Radar Warning Receivers. Electronic Support Measures. Wide Band Digital Receiver. Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) Systems. IMOP-UMOP analysis and Fingerprinting. Advanced Location Techniques. Infrared Intercept Systems. Communications ESM and Communication Intelligence.; Electronic Countermeasures Systems -Introduction. Stand-Off Jamming. Escort Jamming. Self Protection Jamming. ECM techniques. On-Board ECM Systems. Off-Board ECM Systems. Infrared Countermeasures (IRCM). Off-Board ECM Systems. Communications Countermeasures (COM-ECM). Information Warfare.; Electronic Counter-Countermeasures -Introduction. Search Radar Counter-Countermeasures. Tracking Radar Counter-Countermeasures. Infrared Counter-Countermeasures. Communications Counter-Countermeasures.; New Electronic Defense Techniques -Introduction. New Electronic Defense Techniques and Technologies trend. Shared Apertures/MRFS. Anti Anti-Radiation Missile Techniques. Anti-Stealth Techniques. RF Direct Energy Weapons.; Design and Evaluation Criteria -Introduction. Design Criteria. Evaluation Criteria for the Choice of a System. Operational Effectiveness. Electronic Defense and Conventional Defense. References.; Glossary. Index.
  • Filippo Neri Filippo Neri is assistant of the president for technical and technological strategies at Elettronica SpA, Rome, Italy. He also wrote the first edition of Introduction to Electronic Defense Systems (Artech House 1991). Dr. Neri received his Ph.D. from the University of Rome, Italy.
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