Radar Systems Deception using Cross-eye Technique
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Radar systems are the country's first surveillance system against any foreign invaders entering the country's airspace or maritime zone, in other words, they are at the forefront of countering foreign threats.Any entry into the skies or seas of any country, whether for reconnaissance or offensive operations, requires that the radar not be detected in the presence of an attacker or deceived if it is detected.So far, many methods have been proposed, such as single pulse, cone reversal, including ground reflection, reverse polarization to deceive radar systems.In this article, we try to deal with the method of deception in the radar angle with the cross-eye method. This method has a special ability to deceive the radar systems of the other side.By receiving the information of the signal received from the radar and processing it, it is able to give the radar to another direction that has no purpose in that areaby giving fake coordinates to radar.In this method, which is created by combining the disruption signal with the main target signal, a distorted wave plate is created at the radar location. The presence of this distorted wave plate causes the radar antenna to be misdiagnosed at the target angle

Journal of Majlesi Journal of Mechatronic Systems, Volume:9 Issue: 3, Sep 2020
19 to 21
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