High-Power Microwave Wideband Random Signal Measurement and Narrowband Signal Detection Against the Noise Background
A method of both measurement of power parameters of a microwave wideband intense random signal and detection of a narrow-band signal with unknown frequency and power against a background of this wideband signal is presented. This method is based on nonheterodyne frequency and power conversion using a gyromagnetic converter that operates in two regimes: resonance detection and cross-multiplication. The wideband spectrum envelope of a random signal is visualized, and by switching two regimes and using correspondent filtration of the converted RF signal, the narrowband signals can be detected and measured. The block-scheme and operation of a two-channel measuring device combining both functions are discussed
M. Koledintseva et al., "High-Power Microwave Wideband Random Signal Measurement and Narrowband Signal Detection Against the Noise Background," Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, 2001. EMC. 2001, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Jan 2001.
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IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, 2001. EMC. 2001
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Block-Scheme; Cross-Multiplication; Electric Noise Measurement; Gyromagnetic Converter; Gyromagnetic Effect; Microwave Measurement; Microwave Spectra; Microwave Wideband Intense Random Signal; Narrow-Band Signal Detection; Nonheterodyne Frequency; Power Conversion; Power Parameters Measurement; Radiofrequency Interference; Resonance Detection; Signal Detection; Switching; Two-Channel Measuring Device; Wideband Spectrum Envelope
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01 Jan 2001