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Required Performance Analysis of Wavefront Distortion System against Monopulse Radar
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Required Performance Analysis of Wavefront Distortion System against Monopulse Radar
Jang, Yeonsoo; Kim, Ghiback; Park, Jintae; Lee, Changhoon;
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One of the effective jamming methods to disturb monopulse radars is a wavefront distortion. Most well-known wavefront distortion is the cross eye technique which uses two transmitters. The cross eye can make angle error regardless of monopulse radar structure but high accuracies of phase and amplitude between two transmitters should be needed to make large angle error. Thus, the accuracies of phase and amplitude are essentially required performance parameters for implementation of wavefront distortion systems and the required values of accuracy is dependant on amount of angle error. In this paper, we derive expressions for minimum required values of phase difference and amplitude ratio according to amount of angle error and analyze the results.
Monopulse Radar;Wavefront Distortion;Cross Eye;Angle Error;Phase and Amplitude Accuracies;
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