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Modern Communications Jamming Principles and Techniques, Second Edition

Modern Communications Jamming Principles and Techniques, Second Edition

By (author): Richard Poisel
Copyright: 2011
Pages: 870
ISBN: 9781608071661

eBook $175.00 Qty:
This newly revised and greatly expanded edition of the popular Artech House book, Modern Communications Jamming Principles and Techniques, provides an up-to-date, exhaustive treatment of the techniques and methods available to create countermeasures against anti-jam, over-the-air communications. The Second Edition features a wealth of new material on urban warfare, including a computer simulation of EW architecture alternatives for land-based forces based on urban constraints. The new edition also includes an expanded section on time-hopped spread spectrum communications, more details on modern communication system technologies such as CDMA and OFDM, and an in-depth discussion on sources of urban noise. This practical resource is focused on showing you how to design and build jammers specifically targeted at spread spectrum, anti-jam communications. Moreover, you find assistance in evaluating the expected performance of jamming systems against modern communications systems, and discover the best waveform to use to counter communication systems designed to be effective in jamming environments. While mathematical derivations in general are avoided, the book presents error rate performance equations for most modern digital anti-jam communication systems. Written with the professional engineer in mind, this cutting-edge book also serves as an excellent reference for technical personnel new to the communication electronic warfare field due to the inclusion of easy-to-understand introductory material. This resource is packed with over 580 equations and more than 320 illustrations, including graphical examples that allow you to estimate general jammer performance at a glance.
Preface to the Second Edition ; Preface to the First Edition ; Modern Communications and Electronic Countermeasures -Introduction. Electronic Warfare. Antijam Communications. Networks. Spread Spectrum Technology. AJ Signal Types. Synchronization. Communication System Model. Urban Electronic Warfare. Concluding Remarks. ; Detection of Signals in Noise -Introduction. Signal Structure. Receiver Structure. Binary Decision Theory. Receiving System Noise Power. Noise Amplitude Probability Density Functions. Radiometric Detection of Signals in Noise. Urban RF Noise. Effects of Impulsive Noise on Signal Detection. Concluding Remarks. ; Signaling for Modern Communications -Introduction. Signaling. Binary Signal Reception. Error Control. Coding Techniques. Bit Interleaving. Side Information. Signal-to-Noise Ratio. Channel Bandwidth. Phase Shift Keying. Frequency Shift Keying. Quadrature Amplitude Modulation. Spread Spectrum. Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing. Concluding Remarks. ; Antijam Signal Detection -Introduction. Signal Detection. Receivers. DSSS Signal Detection. Frequency-Hopping Spread Spectrum Signal Detection. FHSS Signal Sorting. Performance Simulation. Concluding Remarks.; Radio Signal Propagation -Introduction. Propagation of Signals in the VHF Range and Above. HF Signal Propagation. Concluding Remarks. ; Feedback Shift Registers and Recursive Sequences -Introduction. Galois Fields. Shift Registers. Maximal Sequences. Correlation Functions. Properties of m-Sequences. Product Codes. LFRS Design. Applications. Nonlinear Feedback Shift Registers. Concluding Remarks. ; Synchronization and Tracking in Spread Spectrum Systems -Introduction. DSSS Synchronization. DSSS Tracking. FHSS Synchronization. FHSS Tracking. Concluding Remarks.; Jamming Techniques -Introduction. Jamming Strategies. Asset Sharing. Jamming Power to Signal Power Ratios. Jammer Platform Configurations. Concluding Remarks. ; Blind CDMA Code Discovery -Introduction. CDMA Signals. Single Code Discovery. Blind Estimation of Multiple Codes with Subspace Decomposition and MUSIC. Blind Estimation of Multiple Codes with Iterative Subspace Decomposition. Blind Discovery of DSSS m-Sequence Chip Codes. Concluding Remarks. ; Electronic Warfare and Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum Systems -Introduction. DSSS Communication Systems. Spectral Characteristics of DSSS. BBN Jamming of DSSS Systems. PBN Jamming of DSSS Systems. Pulse Jamming of DSSS Systems. Tone Jamming of DSSS Systems. Concluding Remarks. ; Electronic Warfare and Fast Frequency Hopping Systems -Introduction. Channel Structure. Receiver Architecture. Multiple Dwells Per Data Bit. BBN Jamming of FFHSS Systems. Follower Jamming of FFHSS Systems. PBN Jamming of FFHSS Systems. Single-Tone Jamming of FFHSS Systems. Multiple-Tone Jamming of FFHSS Systems. Pulsed Jamming of FFHSS Systems. Concluding Remarks. ; Electronic Warfare and Slow Frequency Hopping Systems -Introduction. BBN Jamming of SFHSS Systems. PBN Jamming of SFHSS Systems. Multitone Jamming of SFHSS Systems. Follower Jamming of SFHSS Systems. Error Coded MFSK Jamming. Concluding Remarks. ; Electronic Warfare and Ultrawideband Systems -Introduction. Detecting UWB Signals. Jamming UWB Signals. Concluding Remarks. ; Electronic Warfare and Hybrid Spread Spectrum Systems -Introduction. Hybrid SS Systems. Coherent Reception. Noncoherent Reception. Concluding Remarks. ; Characteristics of Urban Terrain -Introduction. Military Operations in Urbanized Terrain. Cities. Characteristics of Urban Warfare. Typical Tactics of Urban Guerillas. Psychological Implications and Operations in Asymmetric Warfare. Concluding Remarks. ; Signal Propagation in Urban Settings -Introduction. General Characteristics of Urban Signal Propagation. Urban Signal Propagation. Path Loss Predictions for Large Systems. Path Loss Prediction for Microcellular Systems. MS to Base Propagation. Propagation Models. Indoor Propagation. Concluding Remarks. ; Urban Electronic Warfare -Introduction. Electronic Warfare. Electronic Isolation. Networked Communications. Improvised Explosive Devices Countermeasures. Challenges of Urban EW. Urban Electronic Warfare Operational Simulation. Concluding Remarks. ; Robust Blind Detection and Geolocation of CDMA Signals in an Urban Environment -Introduction. CDMA Signals. Parametric Data Model. Beamforming. CDMA Detection and Geolocation. Blind Identification of CDMA Signals. Concluding Remarks. ; Appendices. List of Acronyms. About the Author. Index ;
  • Richard Poisel Richard A. Poisel holds a Ph.D in electrical and computer engineering from the University of Wisconsin . He is currently a consultant on engineering for electronic warfare applications.
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