Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar Simulators as Software-defined Countermeasure Systems: Security by Obfuscation and Dece - PDF

Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar Simulators as Software-defined Countermeasure Systems: Security by Obfuscation and Dece
The creation of a virtual environment that is considered to accept as inputs the just-in-time characteristics of a threat signal, pass them throufh a transfer function which is a simulator system and then produce false target images that are realistic because they abide by the current sensor technology limitations and prevalent laws of physics.
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