Signal classification by automatic means.
Fajardo, Patricio C.
Stentz, Donald A.
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A computer program is proposed to classify a signal intercepted with an ECM receiver going through a file of up to 3400 radiators. The ECM receiver tolerances in measuring the intercepted parameters are taken into account. Also the ranges and tolerances in the radiators are taken into account. The search is made on the basis of parameter importance. The readout is comprised of all possible radiators included in the file that match the intercepted signal. The program is written in such a manner that certain errors are recognized by the Computer and indicates to the operator that an error is present. The language used for the program is Fortron 60 symbolic.
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