Evaluation of radar performance degradation due to standoff jamming
Chi, Yoon Kyu
Gill, Gurnam Singh
Jenn, David C.
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This thesis evaluates the performance degradation of Airport Surveillance Radar (ASR-9) due to standoff jamming. ASR-9 data was taken from open literature on this civilian radar. Jammer parameters which are representative of the actual system were postulated to keep the study unclassified. Using these parameters the effect of standoff jamming on detection of targets is evaluated. This evaluation is performed by finding the change in radar SNR due to jamming and computing the probability of detection with and without jamming.
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