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Acronyms

 

  

 

Definitions of most terms, acronyms and abbreviations required to understant appropriately the documents:

 ABFU Antenna Beam Forming Unit

 ADOA Amplitude Direction Of Arrival

 APTDDOA Amplitude & Phase & Time difference & Doppler difference
 Of Arrival

 ARC Altitude Return Clutter

 AM Amplitude Modulation

 AMOP Amplitude Modulation on Pulse

 ASCII American Standard Code for Information Interchange

 ASIC Application Specific Integrated Circuit

 AWAACS Arbitrary Waveform And Agile Coherent Synthesizer

 Az Azimuth

 BIT Built in Test

 BITE Built in Test Equipment

 CDR Critical Design Review

 CR Contract Review

 CSV Comma Separated Variable

 CW Continuous Wave

 D Down

 DDOA Doppler Difference Of Arrival

 DF Direction Finding

 DFD Digital Frequency Discriminator

 DOA Direction of Arrival

 DRFM Digital RF Memory

 DSP Digital Signal Processor

 EA Electronic Attack

 ECM Electronic Counter Measures

 EMC Electro Magnetic Compatibility

 EPM Electronic Protection Measurement

 EWS Electronic Warfare Simulator (EWES + RTS)

 EWES Electronic Warfare Environment Simulator

 E East

 El Elevation

 ELINT Electronic Intelligence

 EO Electro Optical

 ESM Electronic Support Measures

 EW Electronic Warfare

 EWLS Electronic Warfare Laboratory Suite

 FAT Factory Acceptance Test

 FPGA Field Programmable Gate Array

 FM Frequency Modulation

 FMCW Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave

 FMOP Frequency Modulation on Pulse

 FMR Frequency Modulated Ranging

 GNSS Global Navigation Satellite System

 HWIL Hardware-in-the-Loop

 ID Identifier

 IF Intermediate Frequency

 IFF Identification Friend or Foe

 INS Inertial Navigation System

 IPM Intra Pulse Modulation

 IR Infra Red

 IRIG InteRange Instrumentation Group

 JEM Jet Engine Modulation

 LO Local Oscillator

 LRU Line Replaceable Unit

 MLD Mean Logistical Delay

 MMI Man-Machine Interface

 MPFU Mono Pulse Formation Unit

 MLC Main Lobe Clutter

 MRT Mean Repair Time

 MTTR Mean Time to Repair

 N North

 Nav Navigation

 NED North-East-Down

 OOK On-Off Keying

 PC Personal Computer

 PCS Pieces

 PDOA Phase Direction Of Arrival

 PDR Preliminary Design Review

 PDW Pulse Description Word

 PM Pulse Modulation

 PMR Project Management Review

 PPM Parts per million

 PRF Pulse Repetition Frequency

 PRI Pulse Repetition Interval

 PW Pulse Width

 QAM Quadrature Amplitude Modulation

 QPSK Quadrature Phase Shift Keying

 RBM Range Bin Masking

 RF Radio Frequency

 RFQ Request For Quotation

 RGPI Range Gate Pull In

 RGPO Range Gate Pull Off

 RMS Root Mean Square

 RTS Radar Target Simulator

 Rx Receiver

 SDR System Design Review

 SLB Side Lobe Blanking

 SLC Side Lobe Clutter

 SMA Sub Miniature version A

 SRU System Replaceable Unit

 SUT System Under Test

 SSR Secondary Surveillance Radar

 TBC To Be Clarified

 TBD To Be Defined

 TDOA Time Difference of Arrival

 Tx Transmitter

 TWS Track While Scan

 UTM Universal Transverse Mercator

 VBM Velocity Bin Masking

 VGPI Velocity Gate Pull In

 VGPO Velocity Gate Pull Off

 VNA Vector Network Analyzer

 WGS84 World Geodetic System 1984

 VSWR Voltage Standing Wave Ratio

 

Complex definitions:

Actor

An actor describe any platform with embedded equipments (emitters, receiver, jammer, …).

For example fighter1 and fighter2 can be two actors based on the same plaftform ( i.e. F15 Fighter) each having their own embedded equipments.

Actor is synonym to Player.

Emitter

A uniquely identified simulated radar emitter. An emitter can have the following types:

  • CW: a continuous wave transmission modulated or not.

  • Simple: a pulse emitter having a constant and repetitive set of pa­rameters.

  • Complex: an emitter having a variable and complex set of parame­ters, such as stagger, pulse dwells, ….

Equipment

Equipment is a list of materials embedded on a platform.

Equipment includes:

  • Generator or receiver description (radar emitter, jammer, receiver)

  • Antenna positioner description in case of mechanical antennas modelling.

  • One or several antennas (mechanically mounted on an antenna positioner, or electronically scanned).

Hardware-in-the-Loop

A simulation mode, in which some actors movements and antenna scanning are controlled from the System-Under-Test during simulation execution.

Kinematics

Represents the position in space (X, Y and Z axis), orientation, velocity and acceleration vectors of an actor.

Platform

A platform is the physical description of any actor (for example F16, airport tower, or ELINT station are platforms).

A platform can be identified by:

  • Id (unique id of the platform)

  • Name

  • RCS

  • Picture (optional, quasi real representation, 3D object)

  • Description

  • Symbol (graphical representation)

  • Kinematics (position in space, velocity)

  • Equipments list

Player

Synonym to Actor.

Scenario

Scenario means description of actors with embedded equipments, how they move in space, how they use there equipments, and more generally all the parameters that makes a simulation unique (ground surface description, weather conditions, …). All this parameters are stored in a scenario file that can be recalled at any time to reproduce the simulation.

Standalone

A simulation mode, in which the movement information of the System­Under-Test is either pre-programmed or controlled with a joystick, but not affected by the status of the System-Under-Test.

System-Under- Test

The actual Radar or EW system connected to the Radar Target/Jamming Generator or the Signal Environment Simulator. The RF outputs of the Sys­tem are connected to the receiver channel of the System-Under-Test.

Target

An object in the scenario, which creates radar echoes.

 

 

 

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