ABORT-like detector to combat active deceptive jamming in a network of LFM radars
【摘要】：This paper studies an electronic counter-counter measures(ECCM) scheme combating against deceptive electronic counter measure(ECM) techniques. An adaptive detector exploiting generalized likelihood ratio test(GRLT) criterion is applied to detect the presence of deceptive jamming in fractional Fourier transform(Fr FT) domain. First, the generating mechanism of spurious frequencies is analyzed based on the Volterra serial. The proposed nonlinear distortion model based on power amplifier behavior is robust in distortion analysis when the memory effect is considered.Second, a modified adaptive beamformer orthogonal rejection test(ABORT) like detector in closed form is built. The proposed detector can discriminate the echo and deceptive jamming adaptively by exploiting primary data and secondary data. This ECCM scheme is capable of guaranteeing the performance without the restriction of orthogonality, which is essential for the ABORT detectors. The expansion to radar network is discussed as a special case at the final part of this paper. Numerical simulations demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed method.
1.Introduction Aimed at generating false targets around real target,main-lobe deceptive electronic counter measure(ECM)techniques are designed to combat against phase array radars.1This ECM scheme is often enhanced by using digital radio frequency memor