This paper proposes an electronic counter countermeasure (ECCM) technique to suppress randomly distributed multiple false targets generated by digital radio frequency memory-based electronic warfare equipment. Firstly, we present the modulation behaviors of deceptive multiple false targets jamming. Afterward, we discuss the ECCM potential of distributed compressive sensing (DCS) which not only could eliminate random distributed jamming signals but also could preserve the target echo. Further, an approach is proposed relying on phase-aided DCS to improve the performance against a special case of jamming signals that fall in the same range cell but with random amplitudes and phases. Finally, the suppression performances are evaluated through simulations illustrating the feasibility and validity of proposed algorithm.
"Signal, Image and Video Processing" – Springer Journals
Published: May 30, 2018
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