intercept receiver

intercept receiver

A receiver designed to detect and provide visual and/or aural indication of electromagnetic emissions occurring within the particular portion of the electromagnetic spectrum to which it is tuned.
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The intended radar waveform is assumed to be known by the enemy intercept receiver, and the dominant space of waveform is obtained through the eigenvalue decomposition by formula (14).
This book/CD-ROM package can serve as a textbook for senior undergraduate students in electrical engineering and physics, and reference for practitioners in radar and digital intercept receiver design.
This operates with the passive TSQ-112 Tacelis Sigint equipment consisting of the ULK-17 intercept receiver and a UYK-19 computer.
However, a practical intercept receiver is required to provide digital data to a display system or signal processor.
A radar achieves bandwidth advantage over an intercept receiver, because the radar can match its receiver and its processing to its own signal, whereas the intercept receiver must accept a wide range of signals and must typically make detailed parametric measurements to identify the type of signal it is receiving.
He is the author or co-author of over nine publications, including the study "A Statistical Analysis of Multichannel Systems with Applications to Broadband Microwave Frequency Discriminators" which is the definitive paper on the noise performance of a widely used intercept receiver.
The look-through mode is generally interlaced with the transmission mode so that the intercept receiver can operate at full sensitivity during the short periods in which the jammer is silent.
Racal Radio/Racal Radar Defence Systems (UK): For battlefield SIGINT applications, Racal Radio offers a range of systems which includes the 2- to 1,000-MHz RA1796 intercept receiver, the 1.
The principal conference thrust was on NRL intercept receiver activities.
Hiawatha, IA-based MMS designs, manufactures and sells unique Size, Weight, Power and Cost (SWAP-C) optimized Communications and Electronic Intercept Receivers and Tuners for military and intelligence applications.
Undersampling wideband intercept receivers are presented as well as ISAR image synthesizers for counter-targeting.
magnetic tape-recorder for intercept work and tunable microwave intercept receivers equipped in Navy ships, shore stations and aircraft.