Development of the method of structural-parametric synthesis of the subsystem of interference of special purpose radio communication systems
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The object of research is the military radio communication system. One of the most problematic areas in the management of military radio resources is the interference of military radio systems and facilities. A number of works have been devoted to the research of ways to increase the noise immunity of military radio communication systems and facilities. However, the known works contain some results of research by scientists aimed at increasing the noise immunity of military radio systems and
... ilities and do not have a comprehensive approach. In this article, the problem of developing a method of structural-parametric synthesis of the noise protection subsystem of special purpose radio communication systems is solved. The scientific problem is solved by formalizing the problem of structural-parametric synthesis of the noise protection subsystem of military radio communication systems, starting with its mathematical description and synthesis of the quantitative and qualitative structure of the noise protection subsystem. In the course of the research, the authors used the main provisions of the queuing theory, the theory of automation, the theory of complex technical systems and general scientific methods of cognition, namely analysis and synthesis. The novelty of this technique is the synthesis of the structure of the military radio system and the parameters of the radio system in the context of electronic conflict. This technique is multi-criteria, in which the parameters are different in importance. The basis of this technique is the principle of nonlinear scheme of A. Voronin compromises. This technique allows to: – to synthesize the structure of the radio communication system in the conditions of electronic conflict; – to determine the optimal number of radio communication devices to ensure management tasks in the conditions of electronic conflict; – to substantiate a set of mechanisms to increase the noise immunity of the noise protection subsystem in the conditions of electronic conflict. The results of the research should be used at the stage of planning and operational management of the structure and parameters of military radio communication systems.