17 September 1993 Acousto-optic null steering processor
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The Acousto-Optic Null Steering Processor (AONSP) is an acousto-electro-optic implementation of a radar multiple sidelobe canceler (MSLC) addressing wideband jamming and multipath. The flowdown of requirements from adaptive canceler performance to hardware configuration is the subject of this paper. The development program is sponsored by DARPA and Rome Laboratory.
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Daniel B. Friedman, Daniel B. Friedman, Douglas P. Dwyer, Douglas P. Dwyer, Robert M. Iodice, Robert M. Iodice, } "Acousto-optic null steering processor", Proc. SPIE 1958, Transition of Optical Processors into Systems 1993, (17 September 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.157119; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.157119
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