Electronic warfare simulation as applied to passive intercept training.
Houle, Normand Arthur
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Elements of simulation in general and of electronic warfare (EW) in particular are presented. In the area of EW simulation, radio frequency (RF) stimulation is emphasized. A survey of four current or proposed EW simulators is presented. Finally, desirable features to look for in an EW simulator are discussed.
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NPS Report NumberNPS-62JA77031
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