INTERFERENCE MONITOR FEASIBILITY STUDY (PHASE 2)
RADIATION MELBOURNE FL
Pagination or Media Count:
Approaches which will permit monitoring the RF Spectra emitted by pulse radar transmitters from 200 MC to 40 GC were investigated. Techniques for monitoring levels of peak effective radiated power down to the permissible levels of MIL-R- 27055 have been sought. Th-nitor approach which is described employs multiband swept tuned receivers, each covering approximately octave bandwidths simultaneously. Identification of the source of received spurious signals is provided by correlation with trigger pulses derived from the radars via coaxial cable. A breadboard monitor has been constructed in order to permit demonstration of the approach. The breadboard, operating in the range from 2 to 4 GC, will be tested at the Verona Test Site.
- Active and Passive Radar Detection and Equipment