Demystifying Radar and Jammer Range Equations - Part 2
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When: December 13, 2018
2:00 - 3:00 PM Eastern
Where: United States


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Demystifying Radar and Jammer Range Equations - Part 2

Thursday, December 13, 2018 14:00 until 15:00 EST

 

ABOUT

In a break with tradition, the previous webinar on this topic dealt with the mathematical origins of the range equations. But rest assured, normal service will now be resumed with this webinar focusing on the real-world implications of these results.
The range equations are at the heart of a wide range of important EW topics such as the need for coherent jammers (e.g. DRFMs), why RWRs can be effective with surprisingly poor sensitivity, the meaning of burn-through range, some of the reasons stealth is so expensive, how LPI/LPD operation is achieved, and why radars tend to have more powerful transmitters than jammers. Each of these topics will be explored to demonstrate the significance and practical value of the range equations.
It will be assumed that attendees are familiar with the range equations and their origin, so attendees are advised to watch the first webinar in this series before this webinar.

PRESENTER

Warren du Plessis received the B.Eng.(Electronic) and M.Eng.(Electronic) and Ph.D.(Engineering) degrees from the University of Pretoria in 1998, 2003 and 2010 respectively, winning numerous academic awards including the prestigious Vice-Chancellor and Principal's Medal. He has been working in EW and radar since 2006 and is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Pretoria. Warren is a Senior Member of the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), a Lifetime Member of the Association of Old Crows (AOC), and a member of the AOC Aardvark Roost Board. He is author of 51 published and accepted peer-reviewed journal and conference papers, and is lead or sole author of 32 of these, demonstrating the leading role he plays in developing and evaluating innovative new concepts. While his primary research focus has been cross-eye jamming, Warren has also published on issues such as data reduction, cognitive EW, and possible approaches to enhancing EW training.

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