An anti-jamming logarithmic receiver

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AbstractRadar receivers presently employed by the Canadian Armed Services are little use against chaff drops, or spot and slow-sweep electronic jammers, which almost invariably cause the receivers to saturate. A logarithmic receiver is a useful ECCM device in an air-defence radar set subjected to this jamming. It also provides a measure of relief against weather, sea, and land clutter. The circuit of the experimental logarithmic receiver and a summary of the field tests are given in this report.
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PublisherNational Research Council Canada
AffiliationNational Research Council Canada
NoteDeclassified in 1992
Peer reviewedNo
NRC number35605
NPARC number21272419
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