RF and machine learning

factoryguy

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Interesting article on machine learning applied to RF in the military written by a friend of mine. Echos of Theia throughout... I thought you guys might enjoy it.
 

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If Theia can identify not only the gun but components inside the gun....there are so many things you can do with analysis of military RF emitters.Primary identification used to be (for the most part) Freq, PRF/PRI, PW, scan rate....that's all out the window now. We used to worry about War Time Reserve Modes (WARM) which is where the adversary would have specific radar modes that would never been used in peacetime and saved for war only. So during wartime you might pick up an emitter and not have a good idea what it was because it used completely different parameters. If I can identify the emitter regardless of legacy traits, its huge.
 

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