|Autonomous Detection and Classification of LPI Emitters|
Autonomous Detection and Classification of LPI Emitters (On-Demand Course)
Course Length: 24 hours total - delivered across 8 sessions of 3-hours each. Each session contains lecture and practical problems.
This course will cover the unified presentation of the fundamental design principles of LPI radar. This includes a thorough treatment of the numerous types of wideband modulations that can be used to reduce the probability of a noncooperative intercept receiver’s ability to intercept and extract the waveform modulation parameters (which may easily lead to an effective jammer response). We will also cover the intercept receiver time-frequency and bi-frequency signal processing techniques that can extract the wideband waveform parameters. Autonomous classification and parameter extraction algorithms are also an objective such that a real-time jammer response can be developed – just what we did not want to happen!
There is a downloadable course syllabus provided for each session. It contains copies of all visual aids and problem worksheets for that session. It will be available for download in the meeting room.
Each session was presented LIVE by an actively engaged instructor. The virtual classroom allowed learners to “raise a hand,” ask questions audibly or type them in the chat, and the instructor responded in real-time. It’s just like sitting in the classroom.
These "Live Educational Courses" presented by AOC are recorded when broadcast live and are subsequently made available to registrants for 30 days in our "On-Demand Educational Courses" catalog.
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Students will need to supply their own copy of MATLAB Software.
Students need to purchase their own copy of the text book, Detecting and Classifying Low Probability of Intercept Radar, Second Edition
Who Should Attend
The course is designed to meet the needs of electrical engineering, physics and systems engineering students at the senior undergraduate and beginning graduate levels and especially those of practicing electronic warfare engineers.
Please Note: Access to the course materials will be provided within one business day of registration.
AOC Members - $1600
Non AOC Members - $1650
Dr. Phillip Pace is a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Naval Postgraduate School. He received the B.S. and M.S. degrees from the Ohio University in 1983 and 1986 respectively, and the Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati in 1990 | all in electrical and computer engineering.
Dr. Phillip Pace