Ultra Wideband Devices: More Choices Invite New Risks

Ultra Wideband Devices: More Choices Invite New Risks

Consider new technology advantages in EW and radar systems for continuous data capture, analysis, and signal generation.

Ultra Wideband Devices: More Choices Invite New Risks

In this course, we'll consider new technology advantages in EW and radar systems.

Why Design Considerations for Ultra-Wideband Digital Signal Converters?

Electronic warfare (EW) and radar systems benefit from increased bandwidths in data converters [digitizers and arbitrary waveform generators (AWGs)] - especially for continuous data capture, analysis, and signal generation. Creating a one-size-fits-all system is not practical, and designers must understand the tradeoffs. From exploring the leverage of new commercial off the shelf (COTS) equipment and test architectures to wideband noise levels and data rates, this course will guide designers considering new technology advantages in EW and radar systems.

Who should take this course?

This course is designed for designers of EW and radar systems who are considering options to improve capabilities in continuous data capture, analysis, and signal generation.

We'll cover:

  • Increasing bandwidth in data converters
  • Resulting system flexibility and tradeoffs
  • How to leverage these new technology advantages

Duration:

30 min

Curriculum

  • Ultra Wideband Devices: More Choices Invite New Risks
  • Intro
  • Ultra Wideband Hardware and How to Characterize It (13 min)
  • Dangers and Pitfalls When Using Ultra Wideband Hardware (16 min)
  • Training Resources & Survey
  • Training Resources
  • Survey - Help Us Improve This Course!

Ultra Wideband Devices: More Choices Invite New Risks

In this course, we'll consider new technology advantages in EW and radar systems.

Why Design Considerations for Ultra-Wideband Digital Signal Converters?

Electronic warfare (EW) and radar systems benefit from increased bandwidths in data converters [digitizers and arbitrary waveform generators (AWGs)] - especially for continuous data capture, analysis, and signal generation. Creating a one-size-fits-all system is not practical, and designers must understand the tradeoffs. From exploring the leverage of new commercial off the shelf (COTS) equipment and test architectures to wideband noise levels and data rates, this course will guide designers considering new technology advantages in EW and radar systems.

Who should take this course?

This course is designed for designers of EW and radar systems who are considering options to improve capabilities in continuous data capture, analysis, and signal generation.

We'll cover:

  • Increasing bandwidth in data converters
  • Resulting system flexibility and tradeoffs
  • How to leverage these new technology advantages

Duration:

30 min

Curriculum

  • Ultra Wideband Devices: More Choices Invite New Risks
  • Intro
  • Ultra Wideband Hardware and How to Characterize It (13 min)
  • Dangers and Pitfalls When Using Ultra Wideband Hardware (16 min)
  • Training Resources & Survey
  • Training Resources
  • Survey - Help Us Improve This Course!