1 October 1990 Common module acousto-optic architecture for wideband signal processing
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A wideband signal processor based on a common module concept is presented that has applications to both radar and signal-intercept applications. This processor is suitable for the coherent pulse compression of wideband radar signals, the intercept/characterization of spread-spectrum radar and communication signals, and the generation of the radar ambiguity function. This paper describes the theory, operation, and application of the processor, which is composed of several modules, including a 1-GHz-bandwidth wideband correlator module, a 200-MHz four-product correlator module, a radio frequency receiver and waveform/transmitter module, and a digital processing and operator interface module for use in field demonstrations.
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Eric D. Adler, Eric D. Adler, Edward A. Viveiros, Edward A. Viveiros, Joseph Neil Mait, Joseph Neil Mait, Robert J. Berinato, Robert J. Berinato, Anthony F. Zwilling, Anthony F. Zwilling, Windell Neil Mohon, Windell Neil Mohon, } "Common module acousto-optic architecture for wideband signal processing", Proc. SPIE 1291, Optical and Digital Gallium Arsenide Technologies for Signal Processing Applications, (1 October 1990); doi: 10.1117/12.20975; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.20975
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