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Simulation of active cancellation system based on N-order SSC algorithm

Simulation of active cancellation system based on N-order SSC algorithm The purpose of this paper is to introduce the theoretical basis of N-order spectral spreading-compressing (SSC) frequency shift interference algorithm and expand it to active cancellation. An active cancellation simulation and verification system based on N-order SSC algorithm is established and carried out; simultaneously, the absorbing material coating stealth simulation of two kinds of thickness is carried out to compare the stealth effect with active cancellation system.Design/methodology/approachThe active cancellation method based on N-order SSC algorithm is proposed based on theoretical formula derivation; the active cancellation simulation and verification system is established in MATLAB/Simulink. The full-size model is built by CATIA and meshed by hypermesh. The omnidirectional radar cross section (RCS) is calculated in cadFEKO, and the results are analyzed in postFEKO.FindingsThe simulations are implemented on a stealth fighter, and results show that after active cancellation, the peak of spectrum analyzer has reduced in all azimuths, the omnidirectional RCS has also decreased and the detection probability of almost all azimuths has dropped under 50 per cent. The absorbing material coating stealth simulations of two kinds of thickness are carried out, and results show that the stealth effect of active cancellation is much better than absorbing material coating.Practical implicationsAn active cancellation system based on SSC algorithm is proposed in this paper, and the effect of active cancellation is verified and compared with that of absorbing materials. A new method for the current active stealth is provided in this paper.Originality/valueActive cancellation simulation and verification system is established. RCS calculation module, signal-to-noise-ratio (SNR) calculation module and detection probability module are built to verify the effect of active cancellation system. Simultaneously, the absorbing material coating stealth simulation is carried out, and the stealth effect of absorbing material coating and active cancellation are compared and analyzed. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology: An International Journal Emerald Publishing

Simulation of active cancellation system based on N-order SSC algorithm

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Emerald Publishing
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© Emerald Publishing Limited
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1748-8842
DOI
10.1108/aeat-08-2017-0190
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Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to introduce the theoretical basis of N-order spectral spreading-compressing (SSC) frequency shift interference algorithm and expand it to active cancellation. An active cancellation simulation and verification system based on N-order SSC algorithm is established and carried out; simultaneously, the absorbing material coating stealth simulation of two kinds of thickness is carried out to compare the stealth effect with active cancellation system.Design/methodology/approachThe active cancellation method based on N-order SSC algorithm is proposed based on theoretical formula derivation; the active cancellation simulation and verification system is established in MATLAB/Simulink. The full-size model is built by CATIA and meshed by hypermesh. The omnidirectional radar cross section (RCS) is calculated in cadFEKO, and the results are analyzed in postFEKO.FindingsThe simulations are implemented on a stealth fighter, and results show that after active cancellation, the peak of spectrum analyzer has reduced in all azimuths, the omnidirectional RCS has also decreased and the detection probability of almost all azimuths has dropped under 50 per cent. The absorbing material coating stealth simulations of two kinds of thickness are carried out, and results show that the stealth effect of active cancellation is much better than absorbing material coating.Practical implicationsAn active cancellation system based on SSC algorithm is proposed in this paper, and the effect of active cancellation is verified and compared with that of absorbing materials. A new method for the current active stealth is provided in this paper.Originality/valueActive cancellation simulation and verification system is established. RCS calculation module, signal-to-noise-ratio (SNR) calculation module and detection probability module are built to verify the effect of active cancellation system. Simultaneously, the absorbing material coating stealth simulation is carried out, and the stealth effect of absorbing material coating and active cancellation are compared and analyzed.

Journal

Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology: An International JournalEmerald Publishing

Published: Aug 15, 2019

Keywords: Active cancellation; Detection probability; N-order SSC algorithm; Simulink; Absorbing material coating

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