Real-time Recordings and Post-processing of Wide-bandwidth EW Signals
October 11, 2016
10am PT/ 1pm ET
System Engineers of next generation Electronic Warfare and Radar platforms need to validate pulse signatures of the radar while characterizing the behavior of non-compliant threats. This complex interaction between these two emitters requires a detailed understanding of how well the radar met design objectives, how long it took the threat jammer to respond to the radar, what its pulse characteristics were, how long the complete interaction lasted and whether there were any anomalies generated during the engagement. In short, designers need to answer the question, “What happened”?
During this 1 hour webcast, you will learn how commercially available test equipment can be configured to generate and record IQ data for a variety of threat scenarios. Analysis tools will be presented that help the system engineer quickly evaluate whether actual signal behavior met design objectives and whether the EW asset is ready for field deployment
WHO SHOULD VIEW THIS WEBCAST?
Test engineers, systems engineers, and managers involved with radar and EW who need to generate and record analyze long streams of IQ data.