Accession Number : AD0474977

Title :   A COMPUTER MODEL FOR THE SIMULATION OF TACTICAL SIGNAL ENVIRONMENTS.

Descriptive Note : Technical memo.,

Corporate Author : SYLVANIA ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS-WEST MOUNTAIN VIEW CA ELECTRONIC DEFENSE LABS

Personal Author(s) : Elliott, Dennis W.

Report Date : 10 DEC 1965

Pagination or Media Count : 112

Abstract : An Automated Signal Environment Model has been developed. It can be used to determine the requirements for passive and active electronic warfare (EW) systems and evaluate system designs. This is accomplished by automatically processing the tactical deployment of the transmitters in a typical division with a realistic model of equipment characteristics, terrain, and propagation effects. It is possible to compute the signal environment anywhere near the U.S. Army side of the FEBA. The environment includes transmitter identification, signal strength, and emitted signal parameters of each emitted signal over 40 Mc. (Author)

Descriptors :   (*ELECTRONIC WARFARE, SIMULATION), RADIO SIGNALS, COMBAT SURVEILLANCE, COMPUTERS, TERRAIN, RADIO TRANSMITTERS, ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES, RADIO TRANSMISSION, PROPAGATION, MATHEMATICAL PREDICTION.

Subject Categories : Countermeasures

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE