9 May 2009 Integrated passive electronic signature modeling
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It has been observed that electronic devices emit unintentional electromagnetic energy. These emissions can create a passive radio frequency signature that can be used to characterize and eventually detect and identify the device. In support of this concept, the authors have integrated high fidelity models and simulations into a framework used to perform collection feasibility studies of unintentional electronic emissions in relevant detection scenarios. This paper will discuss the elements involved in simulating realistic electronic emissions in a complex environment, including near earth propagation, terrain model effects, and visualization techniques.
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M. Kate Bole, M. Kate Bole, Jim McGraw, Jim McGraw, Frank Ryan, Frank Ryan, Todd Hawley, Todd Hawley, Mike Davis, Mike Davis, Toan Van, Toan Van, } "Integrated passive electronic signature modeling", Proc. SPIE 7324, Atmospheric Propagation VI, 73240Y (9 May 2009); doi: 10.1117/12.822117; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.822117

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