Obtain a systems engineering understanding of SIGINT systems and techniques. Explore the impact of antenna type, propagation effects and signal processing techniques on emitter detection. Learn the similarities and differences between interferometers and modern digital beamforming approaches. Examine common emitter geolocation algorithms, as well as analytical means to predict their performance.
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Who Should Attend
Managers or engineers new to the field or responsible for relevant technology or systems, and those working in the field who desire an introduction to emerging technology and signal processing techniques
How You Will Benefit
Review basic and advanced antenna types and characteristics.
Understand propagation effects and models for challenging environments.
Become familiar with receivers, link budgets and detection theory.
Study issues associated with digital beamforming, such as calibration and cochannel interference suppression.
Learn emitter geolocation techniques, as well as means to bound their performance.
Propagation effects and models
Emitter geolocation techniques and performance bounds
Introduction to advanced signal processing techniques
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