Electronic warfare (EW) involves the acquisition of RF signals of interest followed by signal processing to extract information and deliver an effective response. Adversaries on the electronic battleground steadily evolve their systems to attain an advantage over their opponents. The latest boost comes from emerging FPGA architectures that combine advanced RF converters and high-performance processing engines in a single package. The following tips can help you apply these devices to increase the effectiveness of your EW systems.
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