In this video we show how a sequence of defense algorithms can defeat a range deception attack.
Before watching this video, you might want to refresh your memory on range deception with this article.
The video walks us through 3 steps:
- First we see the undeceived signal
- Then we see the same situation but under attack of a range deception jammer. You can clearly see how the radar locks on the fake signal and follows it, losing the real target below the clutter threshold.
- Last we clean the radar image of its deception jamming. We use 3 algorithms in an interwoven way:
- Detection on I/Q data
- Prediction based on the previous detected information
- And continuous learning/updating of prediction step based on the actual received data
Now let us watch the video:
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