Considerations in AJ System Development, Operation and Definitions
AuthorGoldman, H. B.
AffiliationHughes Aircraft Company
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AbstractThe conventional communication system is designed to work over a worst-case propagation environment with sufficient performance so that the probability of mission success is cost-effectively achieved. Conventional systems have been in a state of evolution and refinement since the early part of the 20th century. Their anomalies are well known. The jam-resistant communications system, however, with additional emphasis on low probability of intercept and exploitation (LPI, LPE) present a whole new list of uncertainties that affect deployment, operation and definitions of what AJ and LPI are in terms of performance against propagation anomalies, the jammer and the intercept system threat.
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