Introduction to Interference Analysis Study,
ATLANTIC RESEARCH CORP ALEXANDRIA VA JANSKY AND BAILEY RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING DEPT
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The RADC program, is a continuing study of electromagnetic interference pheonomena with the aim of developing radio frequency interference prediction and analysis methods. The work to be described was performed by Jansky and Bailey under Contract AF-30602-1934 and is presently being extended under Contract AF-30602-2665. The development of prediction and analysis methods is logically broken into two major fields of inquiry. First, what are the individual input factors which must be considered, what is their form and how may they be predicted Second, once these input functions have been defined, how may they be combined to yield meaningful predictions of the interference likely to occur in any given stituation This presentation represents Jansky and Baileys fourth presentation in the area of interference prediction and analysis at the various RADC Contractors Conferences held over the past few years. The first two presentations emphasized the input functions, their form and methods for evaluating them by prediction. Last year, the emphasis was upon the methodology of the prediction process itself.
- Active and Passive Radar Detection and Equipment
- Radiofrequency Wave Propagation
- Radio Communications