VHDL modeling and simulation of a digital image synthesizer for countering ISAR
Fouts, Douglas J.
Pace, Phillip E.
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This thesis discusses VHDL modeling and simulation of a full custom Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) for a Digital Image Synthesizer (DIS). The DIS synthesizes the characteristic echo signature of a pre-selected target. It is mainly used against Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radars as an electronic counter measure. The VHDL description of the DIS architecture was exported from Tanner S-Edit, modified, and simulated in Aldec Active HDLTM. Simulation results were compared with C++ and Matlab simulation results for verification. Main subcomponents, a single Range Bin Processor (RBP), a cascade of 4 RBP s and a cascade of 16 RBP s were tested and verified. The overhead control circuitry, including Self Test Circuitry and Phase Extractor, was tested separately. Finally overall DIS was tested and verified using the control circuitry and a cascade of 4 RBP s together, representing the actual 512 RBP s. As a result of this research, the majority of the DIS was functionally tested and verified.
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