Development of a Method for Boundary Determination of the Noise-resistant Area of the UHF/VHF Band
Keywords:defensive electronic countermeasures, interference immunity, isoline, wavelet algorithm
AbstractA method is proposed for determining the boundaries of the maximum largest zone of stable radio reception in the UHF/VHF range using beam antenna system under the action of several sources of radio interference located at different altitudes. The increase in the size of the stable radio reception area is ensured by the optimal orientation of the antenna arrangement at each point in azimuth and angular altitude using the radiocommunication channel model. To determine the coordinates of the map points belonging to the contour, a modification of the wave algorithm is proposed. The conducted experimental studies for the Mototrbo DP4800 and Kenwood TK-8302 radio facilities allow concluding that the theoretical positions and computer simulation analysis results obtained are reliable.
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