Publication detail

The Performance of the Follower Jammer with a Wideband-scanning Receiver

BURDA, K.

Original Title

The Performance of the Follower Jammer with a Wideband-scanning Receiver

English Title

The Performance of the Follower Jammer with a Wideband-scanning Receiver

Type

journal article

Language

en

Original Abstract

Modern wideband-scanning receivers achieve a scanning speed of tens of gigahertz per second. It allows constructing follower jammers that can jam contemporary frequency hopping systems. The existing articles about the infuence of follower jammers on frequency hopping systems are focused on geometrical or power aspects of jamming only. Analyses of the jamming probability (ie, what relative part of transmission is jammed) are not published yet. In this article, a mathematical model for computation of this jamming probability is derived. An analysis of the performance of follower jammers is performed, too.

English abstract

Modern wideband-scanning receivers achieve a scanning speed of tens of gigahertz per second. It allows constructing follower jammers that can jam contemporary frequency hopping systems. The existing articles about the infuence of follower jammers on frequency hopping systems are focused on geometrical or power aspects of jamming only. Analyses of the jamming probability (ie, what relative part of transmission is jammed) are not published yet. In this article, a mathematical model for computation of this jamming probability is derived. An analysis of the performance of follower jammers is performed, too.

Keywords

Follower jammer, Frequency hopping

Released

01.01.2004

Publisher

FEI STU

Location

Bratislava

Pages from

36

Pages to

38

Pages count

3

URL

BibTex


@article{BUT45630,
  author="Karel {Burda}",
  title="The Performance of the Follower Jammer with a Wideband-scanning Receiver",
  annote="Modern wideband-scanning receivers achieve a scanning speed of tens of gigahertz per second. It allows constructing follower jammers that can jam contemporary frequency hopping systems. The existing articles about the infuence of follower jammers on frequency hopping systems are focused on geometrical or power aspects of jamming only. Analyses of the jamming probability (ie, what relative part of transmission is jammed) are not published yet. In this article, a mathematical model for computation of this jamming probability is derived. An analysis of the performance of follower jammers is performed, too.",
  address="FEI STU",
  chapter="45630",
  institution="FEI STU",
  number="1-2",
  volume="55",
  year="2004",
  month="january",
  pages="36--38",
  publisher="FEI STU",
  type="journal article"
}