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Co-existence of AESA (Active Electronically Scanned Array) Radar and Electronic Warfare (EW) Systems on Board of a Military Ship
In the context of the design of modern military ships, a significant issue is the Topside (or integrated mast) design i.e. the configuration of the equipment, sensors and actuators that constitute the Naval Combat System (SdC). The arrangement of the sensors affects the performance of the radio-frequency devices installed on board and therefore their effective co-existence. This paper reports on a simplified yet effective study to minimize the negative impact of a radar e.m radiation on an Electronic Warfare (EW) system when the two equipment are positioned on the same mast of a ship
Celentano Salvatore, Farina Alfonso, Foglia Goffredo, Timmoneri Luca
Paper for Seminar/Symposium/Conference
RadarConf 2020 - IEEE International Radar Conference (21-25 Settembre 2020, Firenze, Italy)
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