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Enabling cognition on Electronic CounterMeasure systems against next-generation radars

Arik, M and Akan, OB (2015) Enabling cognition on Electronic CounterMeasure systems against next-generation radars. In: UNSPECIFIED pp. 1103-1108..

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© 2015 IEEE. Current Electronic CounterMeasure (ECM) systems process preprogrammed jamming techniques against radar threats that are captured and identified by Electronic Support Measures (ESM) systems. On the other side, with recent technologies, radar systems become adaptive and intelligent systems that can change their waveforms. Nevertheless, on-going studies in the radar domain have enabled cognition. However, an ECM architecture is yet to be developed for automatically generating effective countermeasures against new, unknown and next-generation radars. To address this need, enabling a cognitive control mechanism in the ECM system is a suitable solution. In this paper, we present an architecture for Cognitive Electronic CounterMeasure (CECM) system. This CECM system assesses the most effective ECM technique against new, unknown and adaptive or cognitive radars. Simulations reveal that CECM system provides accurate mapping performance while providing satisfying generalization for unknown emitters.

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Date Deposited: 17 Jul 2017 19:15
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