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An Introduction to Electronic Warfare from the First Jamming to Machine Learning Techniques

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September 2021
9788770224352
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    River Publishers
  • Published
    16th September
  • ISBN 9788770224352
  • Language English
  • Pages 177 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
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September 2021
9788770224345
More details
  • Publisher
    River Publishers
  • Published
    22nd September
  • ISBN 9788770224345
  • Language English
  • Pages 177 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
$115.00

Since its creation at the beginning of World War II, radars have forever transformed the practice of modern warfare. The evolution of countermeasure conducted by electronic warfare systems against radars and radars’ corresponding counter countermeasures is an intriguing technical subject.

This book provides a very accessible introduction to a broad range of radar and electronic warfare technologies. The subjects covered in this book range from early radar development to later technologies such as stealthy techniques, low probability of intercept radar, and machine learning.

Historical events are used to illustrate the principles of electronic warfare and to help readers to apprehend contexts under which radars and corresponding electronic warfare techniques were developed.

Preface
1. Introduction: Form the First Jamming to Battle of Beams
2. Radars Fundamentals and Its Early Developments
3. Overall View of Electronic Warfare
4. Intercept Receivers and Electronic Warfare Processors
5. Jamming and Counter Countermeasures
6. Missile Detection Schemes and Defense
7. Chaff, Flare and Decoys
8. Stealth Aircraft
9. Low Probability of Intercept Radar
10. Machine Learning and its Potentials in Electronic Warfare
11. Conclusion
Author Index
Keyword Index

Chi-Hao Cheng

Dr. Chi-Hao Cheng is a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Miami University, Ohio. Before joining Miami University he worked in the optical communications industry for five years. His primary professional interests lie in optical communications, digital signal processing, and electronic warfare receiver development. His research work has led to 60 academic articles and his research projects have been sponsored by Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), National Science Foundation (NSF), etc. He is co-inventor of three US patents.

James Tsui

Dr. James Tsui was the world's leading authority on Electronic Warfare (EW) receiver technology. His pioneering work has resulted in over 50 awarded patents, and he has been recognized as an Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Fellow. Among his 90 publications, Dr. Tsui has authored seven books on receivers: two on analog EW receivers, three on digital EW receivers, and two on software GPS receivers. These books are used as primary references by engineers and scientists developing advanced receiver technologies for many diverse sensing applications, including EW, radar, communications and navigation systems. The books have been the basis for university graduate courses and highly sought-after short courses developed and taught to all three DoD services and DoD industrial companies internationally. Dr. Tsui passed away in 2019.

Electrical Warfare; Radar; Electronic Countermeasure; Electronic Counter Countermeasure