Generating Signals for Testing Defense Systems


Read this eBook for a crash course on the types of advanced signals found in electronic-defense systems with the purpose to improve measurements on those systems. The many electronic functions employed in military electronic systems defend and protect in many different ways. To ensure proper operation, they must be tested with signals that look like the real thing, and generating those signals often requires creativity, since small signals may be “hiding” in the presence of larger signals, and pulses may be delayed by different reflections.

What's inside:

AWGs Generate Multiple Complex Signals to 4 GHz

Check the Specs When Selecting a Signal Generator

Waveform Generator Makes Jump to 25 GHz

DDS Clocks to 3.5 GHz

Make The Most Of Multiple Emitters

Signal-Generation Advances Support Electronic Warfare’s Evolution

Consider this eBook as a quick review of some key types of advanced signals for electronic-defense systems. Hopefully it will expand your knowledge on how these signals can improve test and measurement on these systems.

Jack Browne - Technical Contributor, Microwaves & RF

Jack Browne has worked in technical publishing for more than 30 years. He managed the content and production of three technical journals while at the American Institute of Physics, including Medical Physics and the Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology. He has been a publisher and editor for Penton, started the firm’s Wireless Symposium & Exhibition trade show in 1993, and currently serves as Technical Contributor for Microwaves & RF. Browne, who holds a B.S. in mathematics from City College of New York and B.A. degrees in English and philosophy from Fordham University, is a member of the IEEE.

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