Electronic Warfare

Integrating Theories to Manage Sensors with Kenneth Hintz

Artech author Kenneth Hintz gave us insight into theories of sensor management: There is no single theory of sensor management due to the heterogeneity of sensors (physical, social, cyber, database), applicable mathematics (game theory, estimation, information, statistics, probability), and users with different needs (strategic, tactical) and values (local, national, political, ethical).  What started out as …

The Evolving Data-Rich, Information-Poor (DRIP) Environment with Ken Hintz

Artech author Ken Hintz gave us insight into today’s sensing environment: Today’s sensing environment not only contains the conventional military physical sensors such as RADAR, FLIR, LIDAR, ESM, etc., but also includes widely distributed physical environmental sensors in the internet of things (IoT). The number of civilian networked devices comprising the IoT was an estimated …

The Value of Coding Your Book with MATLAB with Nicholas O’Donoughue

How MATLAB helped me improve the accuracy and value of my book… When I set out to write my book Emitter Detection and Geolocation for Electronic Warfare, I decided to make MATLAB an integral part of the writing process.  Not only was this part of the proposed value of the book (that we would provide …