Electronic Warfare Receivers with DSP Training

Electronic Warfare Receivers with DSP Training

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Electronic Warfare Receivers with DSP Training Course Description

This four-day Electronic Warfare Receivers with DSP Training addresses digital signal processing theory, methods, techniques and algorithms with practical applications to ELINT. Directed primarily to ELINT/EW engineers and scientists responsible for ELINT digital signal processing system software and hardware design, installation, operation and evaluation, it is also appropriate for those having management or technical responsibility..

Electronic Warfare Receivers with DSP TrainingRelated Courses:

Duration:4 days

Skills Gained:

• EW/ELINT receiver techniques and technologies
• Digital Signal Processing Techniques
• Application of DSP techniques to digital receiver development
• Key digital receiver functions and components
• Fundamental performance analysis and error estimating techniques

Customize It:

With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

Course Content:

1. Module

Electronic Warfare Overview – ELINT / ESM (ES) Electronic Warfare Overview focusing on ELINT/ESM
Signals and the Electromagnetic Environment
Antenna and Receiver Parameters: Sensitivity, Dynamic Range, Noise Figure, Inst. BW
Detection Fundamentals – Pd, Pfa, SNR, Effective BW
Receiver Architectures: Crystal Video, IFM, Channelized, Superheterodyne (Narrowband / Wideband), Compressive (Microscan) and Acousto–Optic (Bragg Cell), DRFM
Receiver Architecture Advantages / Disadvantages
Radar Warning Receivers
Architectures for Direction Finding
DF and Location Techniques: Amp. Comparison/TDOA/Interferometer

2. Module

Introduction – Digital Processing
Basic DSP Operations, Sampling Theory, Quantization: Nyquist (Low-pass, Band-pass). Aliasing, Fourier, Z-Transform
Quadrature Demodulation: Direct Digital DownConversion
Digital Receiver “Components”: Signal Conditioning, (Pre-ADC) and Anti-Aliasing, Analogto-Digital Converters (ADC), Demodulators, CORDICs, Differentiators, Interpolators, Decimators, Equalizers, Detection and Measurement Blocks, Filters (IIR and FIR), MultiRate Filters and DSP, Clocks, Timing, Synchronization, Embedded Processors
Channelized Architectures
Digital Receiver Advantages and Technology Trends
Digital Receiver Architecture Examples

3. Module

Measurement Basics – Error Definitions, Metrics, Averaging
Statistics and Confidence Levels for System Assessment
Error Sources & Statistical Distributions of Interest to System Designers
Parameter Errors due to Noise — Thermal, Phase & Quantization Noise impacts on key parameters — Noise Modeling and SNR Estimation
Simultaneous Signal Interference
A/D Performance, Parameters and Error Sources
Freq, Phase, Amp Errors due to Quantization
Combining Errors, Error Sources, Error Propagation and Sample Error Budget
Performance Assessment Methods
Receiver Equalization and Characterization

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