Limiting Apparent Target Position in Skin-Return Influenced Cross-Eye Jamming


It is desirable to limit the apparent target to one side of a retrodirective cross-eye jammer despite the variation caused by platform skin return. The relationship between the jammer parameters and the jammer-to-signal ratio (JSR) to ensure that this occurs is investigated. When this relationship is not satisfied, the proportion of the apparent targets… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TAES.2013.6558044


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