The design of advanced jammers plays a central role in providing vital protection for modern military system platforms as they face a multitude of radar threats spreading over a wide-frequency range and are, nowadays, agile in most of their operational parameters. Since an imminent threat is often a combination of different emitters (e.g. early warn, target acquisition, target track/illumination and missile guidance radars), different parts of the electromagnetic spectrum have to be tested at the same time.
This webinar provides an overview of different techniques and demonstrates how to check the correct parameters of the used jamming and deception techniques.
- Learn more about the testing challenges of next generation jammer systems
- Explore common measurement errors during testing procedures
- See real demonstrations, performed by industry experts
Dr. Wolfgang Wendler studied physics at the University of Bayreuth and did his Ph.D. thesis in 1996 on nuclear magnetic properties of platinum and aluminum. He joined Rohde & Schwarz in 2004 as a product manager for signal and spectrum analyzers with the focus on high-end measurement applications. Besides defining analysis tools for digitally modulated signals for wireless applications like WLAN, he focused on measurement tools for highly accurate phase noise, noise figure or pulse measurements. As an expert for advanced aerospace and defense applications of spectrum analyzers, he influenced the development of new product features and application software of modern high-end phase noise testers or signal and spectrum analyzers.
Leander Humbert is a radar technology manager at Rohde & Schwarz. He completed his master's degree in electrical engineering at the Helmut Schmidt University in Hamburg. Between 2004 and 2011, he worked as a system engineer for electronic warfare systems at the German Air Force. From 2012 to 2016, he was a technical counselor for missile and air defense related sensor systems at IABG. At Rohde & Schwarz, he deals with all test and measurement aspects and requirements of current and future radar sensors.