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A Study of Optimization Approach for GPS Anti-Jamming System`s Integration on Military Aircraft Based on the Requirement of Capability
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A Study of Optimization Approach for GPS Anti-Jamming System`s Integration on Military Aircraft Based on the Requirement of Capability
Lee, Moongul; Shin, Kisu; Choi, Jaesik;
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 Abstract
Global Positioning System(hereafter; GPS) is recently an essential element in the various navigation and weapon delivery systems of military aircraft. However, GPS is vulnerable to the jamming threats since its signal power is very weak. Therefore, ROK defense has been concerning how to resolve this issue and how to integrate these systems needed, and is trying to acquire the proper anti-jamming GPS system. This study is to provide several schemes against the jamming threats effectively. We propose the several processes to analyze the required capability and demonstrate the result`s of modeling and simulations(hereafter; M&S) for this integration of military aircraft, and the mathematical programming model for system optimization of military aircraft anti-jamming GPS system on the basis analysis of M&S results which could be considered available budget and the project characteristic. These schemes will be helpful on proper acquisition of these systems and. We are looking forward to contributing to the integration of anti-jamming GPS system of ROK military aircraft.
 Keywords
GPS;Anti-Jamming System;Signal Mitigation Technique;Modeling and Simulation;Optimization Method;
 Language
Korean
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