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A Study of Optimal Abstract Jamming Strategies vs. Noncoherent MFSK

McEliece, Robert J. and Rodemich, Eugene R. (1983) A Study of Optimal Abstract Jamming Strategies vs. Noncoherent MFSK. In: 1983 IEEE Military Communications Conference (MILCOM 1983). IEEE , Piscataway, NJ, pp. 1-6. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20190315-151103854

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Abstract

We introduce an abstract model for studying MFSK jammers. We conclude that Houston's partial-band tone jammers are optimal among all energy-restricted jamming threats vs. orthodox MFSK, but that if the communicator uses random amplitude modulation as a countermeasure, a gain of 3dB vs. optimal jamming (which is no longer tone jamming) is achievable.


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Additional Information:© 1983 IEEE. The research reported in the paper was supported by a grant from the Caltech President's Fund. The authors gratefully acknowledge this support.
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Official Citation:R. J. McEliece and E. R. Rodemich, "A Study of Optimal Abstract Jamming Strategies vs. Noncoherent MFSK," MILCOM 1983 - IEEE Military Communications Conference, Washington, DC, USA, 1983, pp. 1-6. doi: 10.1109/MILCOM.1983.4794651
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