Bounds Calculation Method of Electromagnetic Availability Zone of Radio Emission Source
Of Radio Emission Source
Keywords:radio station, electromagnetic availability zone, enemy radio reconnaissance receiver, interference immunity, mobile radio communication channel, radio station, wave algorithm
The article deals with the problem of determining the electromagnetic availability zone of the radio transmitter of the radio communication channel in the UHF/VHF range on the terrain map of the area. This problem was solved using well-known mathematical models of radio signal propagation, depending on the characteristics of the specific area. Based on the wave algorithm, a bounds calculation method of electromagnetic availability zone is proposed, using a digitized radiation pattern of radio means. The conducted calculations show the effectiveness of the method in the tasks of assessing the performance of a mobile radio communication channel and its security at local combat operations in the conditions of operation of an enemy radio reconnaissance receiver or a radio interference system.
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