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Author Lambrecht, Wynand, author

Title SiGe-based re-engineering of electronic warfare subsystems / Wynand Lambrechts, Saurabh Sinha
Published Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2016]
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Description 1 online resource (xx, 329 pages) : illustrations
Series Signals and communication technology, 1860-4862
Signals and communication technology.
Contents Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; About the Authors; Abstract; 1 SiGe Based Re-engineering of Electronic Warfare Subsystems; 1.1 Introduction to Electronic Warfare; 1.2 Information Warfare and Terrorism; 1.3 Electronic Countermeasures; 1.4 Directed Energy Weapons; 1.5 Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in EW; 1.6 Military Spectral Bands; 1.7 SiGe Overview; 1.8 SiGe Integration into EW; 1.9 SiGe and Radiation (Space EW); 1.10 Radar and Countermeasures; 1.11 The Missile and EW; 1.12 Microwave Photonics; 1.13 Conclusion; References
2 Charged Particle-Beam Acceleration and Lasers: Contextualizing Technologies that Shaped Electronic Warfare2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Charged Particle-Beam Accelerator; 2.3 The History of the Laser; 2.4 The Basic Principles of Laser Physics; 2.5 Types of Lasers; 2.5.1 Semiconductor Lasers; 2.5.2 Solid-State Lasers; 2.5.3 Gas Lasers; 2.5.4 Chemical Lasers; 2.5.5 Liquid Dye Lasers; 2.5.6 Other Types of Lasers; 2.6 Laser Optimization; 2.7 Conclusion; References; 3 Electronic Warfare Laser Driver Principles: High-Powered Directed Energy Beam Generation; 3.1 Introduction
3.2 Laser Systems Markets in Military and Defense Environment3.3 Optoelectronic Communication; 3.4 Laser Diode Equivalent Models; 3.4.1 The Single Resonance Model; 3.4.2 The Multiple Resonance Model; 3.5 Laser Drivers; 3.5.1 Single Transistor Current Source; 3.5.2 Dual Transistor Current Source; 3.5.3 Dual Transistor Differential Current Source; 3.5.4 Op-Amp Current Source; 3.6 Laser Driver Performance; 3.7 Conclusion; References; 4 Electronic Warfare Optoelectronic Receiver Fundamentals: Applications and Research Opportunities; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Optoelectronic Communication
4.3 Optical Medium Signal Degradation4.4 Optical Link Trans-Impedance Amplifiers; 4.4.1 Photodiode Capacitance; 4.4.2 Photodiode Active Area; 4.4.3 Large Feedback Resistor; 4.4.4 Low Bias Current; 4.4.5 High Photodiode Shunt Resistance; 4.4.6 Photovoltaic Mode; 4.4.7 Photoconductive Mode; 4.4.8 External Shielding; 4.4.9 Feedback Capacitor; 4.4.10 Power Consumption; 4.4.11 Noise Performance; 4.4.12 Input Offset Voltage (Transistor Matching); 4.4.13 Input Bias Current; 4.4.14 Transconductance; 4.4.15 fT and fmax; 4.4.16 Economic Considerations; 4.5 Oscillations in Trans-Impedance Amplifiers
4.6 Noise in Trans-Impedance Amplifiers4.7 Performance Characteristics of Trans-Impedance Amplifiers; 4.8 Conclusion; References; 5 Electronic Countermeasures and Directed Energy Weapons: Innovative Optoelectronics Versus Brute Force; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Laser Rangefinders; 5.2.1 Time-to-Digital Converter; 5.2.2 Pulsed Time-of-Flight; 5.2.3 Avalanche Transistor; 5.2.4 Continuous-Wave Time-of-Flight; 5.2.5 The Frequency of Light; 5.2.6 Radiative Principles; 5.3 SiGe Quantum Cascade Lasers (Terahertz Radiation); 5.3.1 QCL Structures; 5.3.2 QCL Band Structure; 5.4 Laser Weapons
Summary This book equips readers with a thorough understanding of the applicability of new-generation silicon-germanium (SiGe) electronic subsystems for the military purposes of electronic warfare and defensive countermeasures. The theoretical and technical background is extensively explained and all aspects of the integration of SiGe as an enabling technology for maritime, land, and airborne (including space) electronic warfare are addressed, including research, design, development, and implementation. The coverage is supported by mathematical derivations, informative illustrations, practical examples, and case studies. While SiGe technology provides speed, performance, and price advantages in many markets, sharing of information on its use in electronic warfare systems has to date been limited, especially in developing nations. This book will therefore be warmly welcomed as an engineering guideline that focuses especially on the speed and reliability of current-generation SiGe circuits and highlights emerging innovations that will help to ensure the sustainable long-term integration of SiGe into electronic warfare
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Electronics in military engineering.
Form Electronic book
Author Sinha, S. (Saurabh), 1981- author
ISBN 3319474030 (electronic bk.)
9783319474038 (electronic bk.)
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