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An analysis of jamming effects on non-coherent digital receivers.

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Authors
Joo, Hae-Yeon
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jamming effects on noncoherent receivers
Advisors
Bukofzer, Daniel
Date of Issue
1984-12
Date
December 1984
Publisher
Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School
Language
en_US
Abstract
The effect of various jamming waveforms on conventional binary incoherent digital receivers was analyzed in terms of resulting receiver performance (i.e., receiver probability of error) . Probability density functions associated with the test statistic generated by incoherent receivers under the influence of noise and jamming have been obtained. Due to the complexity of the mathematical expressions specifying receiver probability of error in closed form, no attempt has been made to obtain absolute optimum jamming waveforms operating against binary incoherent receivers. Therefore near optimum jammer signals were proposed, studied, and evaluated. The effect of a varying threshold on receiver performance was investigated and a jamming strategy involving use of an FM jammer was considered, and its effect evaluated. Graphical results are presented that highlight the mathematical results obtained.
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Electrical and Computer Engineering
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Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
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