System evaluation of a frequency hopping combat net radio
Hussain, Syed Agha
Boger, Dan C.
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The importance of survivable radio communications in contemporary EW threat environments cannot be overemphasized. At the tactical level, in fast and fluid conditions, radio will remain the primary means of communication for command and control. Thus, it will be subjected to hostile EW efforts, e.g., jamming, direction finding, interception, etc. therefore, the aim of this thesis is to carry out a comparative evaluation of several state-of-the-art frequency hopping combat net radios in order to select the best available choice for fielding into the Pakistan Army. the methodology of evaluation is primarily based on the system specifications provided by respective vendors. Greater emphasis is laid on the anti-jamming performance and upgradability of the systems in the process of evaluation.
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