A DRFM jammer has become a highly complex, key element of the EA suite. It has evolved from a simple repeater with some fading capabilities to a complex electronic attack asset. Some of the more critical tests are verifying proper operation and timing of the deception techniques on the system level, qualifying the individual components, submodules and modules at the RF/IF level, and last but not least, making sure that clock jitter and power integrity are addressed early at the design stage.
For all these requirements, Rohde & Schwarz offers cutting edge test and measurement solutions. The webinar introduces the concept of digital RF memory jammers, describes their technology and the respective test and measurement challenges and solutions from Rohde & Schwarz.
- Review the concept of digital RF memory jammers
- Learn about the technology of digital RF memory jammers
- Discover test challenges and solutions for digital RF memory jammers
Yassen Mikhailov is responsible for the Rohde & Schwarz aerospace and defense test and measurement market in Europe. He holds a bachelor's degree in systems engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy and a Master's of Science in Telecommunications from the University of Maryland. With over 16 years of experience as an RF engineer, Mikhailov has held different engineering and management positions at ARINC and Rohde & Schwarz.