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  1. Countermeasures for aerial drones

    Markarian, Garik
    Norwood Artech House [2021]

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  2. Countermeasures for Aerial Drones. [electronic resource].

    Markarian, Garik
    Norwood : Artech House, 2020.

    This comprehensive resource explains the development of UAVs, drone threats, counter-UAV systems, and strategies to handle UAVs, focusing on the practical aspects of counter-unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) systems and technologies.Theory, technical and operational practice with insights from industry and policing are covered, and the full rogue drone threat landscape and counter-drone technologies and systems is explored.The book provides insight into counter-drone strategy, developing effective counter-drone strategies and measures, as well as counter-drone programs and the regulatory frameworks governing the use of drones. It includes analysis of future drone and counter-drone challenges and highlights ongoing research and innovation activities and an examination of future drone technologies. Written by authors who have extensive academic, research, innovation, technical, industry and police operational investigative expertise at international level, this book is useful for the aviation sector, law enforcement and academia.

    Online Artech House Ebooks

  3. Trellis decoding of block codes : a practical approach

    Honary, Bahram
    Boston : Kluwer, c1997.

    Trellis decoding of block codes has attracted huge attention from specialists working in the area of error-control coding, since the technique has the potential of significant performance improvement in existing communication and information systems, such as mobile and personal radio systems, magnetic and optical storage devices, etc. The material in the book is based on the research carried out by the authors during the last five years. It is suitable for use in information theory, error-control coding and electronics communications courses. It is also of interest to telecommunications companies, research and development organisations and defence contractors. Key features include: an introduction to the problem and review of previous works; construction of codes with optimum coordinate reordering; Trellis design procedures for both the syndrome and coset trellises; and, application of trellis decoders in communication systems.


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