Foundations of Communications Electronic Warfare by Richard A. Poisel
(Artech House Electronic Warfare Library)

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For electrical engineers working in the defense industry, having a solid understanding of the technical underpinnings of communications electronic warfare systems is essential and this practical book delivers just that! From an introduction to jamming and the properties of signals and systems, to channel coding and pulsed jamming, professionals learn the basic engineering principles of these systems and find details on critical performance factors. This informative reference presents mathematical models of communication jammers to help give practitioners a clear understanding of important design tradeoffs. Providing the technical background needed to fully understand the material, the book presents several different design methodologies to help engineers achieve optimum results with their challenging work in the field.
 

About Richard A. Poisel

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Richard Poisel is currently a senior research fellow at Raytheon Missile Systems, Tucson, Arizona.
 
Published July 30, 2008 by Artech House. 444 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology. Non-fiction