Microcomputer design for electronic emitter identification.
Bush, Gary Lew
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New technological advances in weapons and electronics has increased the fighting capabilities of small ships. The increases are seen in better and lighter offensive weapons, along with, increases in self-defensive weapons through the addition of electronic suites. The electronic warfare suites currently used on small ships are limited in size, weight, and response time because of the environment in which these ships are employed. It is the purpose of this paper tp propose a system which will allow the currently very limited data bases to expanded while at the same time not degrading the system. The feasibility of this approach is based upon using a microcanputer to aid in the identification of emitters off-line while leaving the current system to identify high threat emitters.
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