Design and fpga implementation of an efficient deinterleaving algorithm

Olgun, Muhammet Ertuğ
In this work, a new deinterleaving algorithm that can be used as a part of an ESM system and its implementation by using an FPGA is studied. The function of the implemented algorithm is interpreting the complex electromagnetic military field in order to detect and determine different RADARs and their types by using incoming RADAR pulses and their PDWs. It is assumed that RADAR signals in the space are received clearly and PDW of each pulse is generated as an input to the implemented algorithm system. Clustering analysis and a new interpreting process is used to deinterleave the RADAR pulses. In order to implement the algorithm, FPGA is used for achieving a faster and more efficient system. Comparison of the new algorithm and the previous deinterleaving studies is done. The simulation results are shown and discussed in detail.
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M. E. Olgun, “Design and fpga implementation of an efficient deinterleaving algorithm,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2008.