Resources for Developing Military Communications Applications

2013 Aerospace/Defense Webcast - DVD  collect our most popular webcasts covering  trends, measurement fundamentals and design challenges for communication, satellite, radar and electronic warfare applications.  Topics span MIMO, POI, IQ Modulation, Phase Noise, MMWave, Wideband, Power, Spurs, Interference,  and more.  The DVD includes a bonus selection of app notes.   Get your copy today

Radar Fundamentals Poster - shows Agilent's latest products, the radar block diagram, basic equations, military nomenclature, pulse compression techniques, and radar-frequency letter bands. Select box below and fill out form to get your copy today.

Cost Savings in Creating Realistic Multi-Emitter Signal Scenarios - describes a commercial, off-the-shelf (COTS) solution for signal generation and analysis, and presents two examples scenarios.

Agilent Radar Measurements - starts with a brief review of radar basics then focuses on the fundamentals of measuring basic pulsed radars. It takes a look at adaptations of certain measurements for more complex or modulated pulsed-radar systems and emphasizes the measurement of radar signals for transmitter testing.

Agilent Radar, EW & ELINT Testing: Identifying Common Test Challenges - discusses signal generation and the characterization of radar receivers and electronic countermeasure (ECM) systems.

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