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A study on jamming performance evaluation of noise and deception jammer against SAR satellite

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5 Author(s)
YoungJoong Lee ; Dual Use Program Cooperation Center, ADD, Daejeon, South Korea ; JooRae Park ; WookHyun Shin ; Kwangil Lee
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SAR satellite has pulse compression gain through the process including range and azimuth. Efficient jammers against the SAR satellite with simulated elements were evaluated in the view of power and SAR image. In this paper, J/S is analyzed for SAR with RF propagation equation firstly. Several jamming signals against SAR signal were added into SAR image through pulse compression process. Objective jamming performance of the signals was evaluated using euclidean distance.

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Synthetic Aperture Radar (APSAR), 2011 3rd International Asia-Pacific Conference on

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26-30 Sept. 2011