Detection and jamming low probability of intercept (LPI) radars
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An increasing number of LPI radars are integrated into integrated air defense systems (IADS) and modern platforms and weapons, such as anti-ship missiles, and littoral weapon systems. These LPI radars create a requirement for modern armed forces to develop new techniques, strategies, and equipment. The primary objective of this thesis is to investigate methods and means to counter LPI radar threats integrated into a modern platforms and weapons and focus on the related techniques, strategies, and technology. To accomplish this objective both platform centric and network centric approaches will be examined thoroughly.
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