Microwave photonics approach as a novel smart fabrication technique of a radio communication jammers

Mikhail E. Belkin, Dmitriy Fofanov, Alexander Sigov
2021 Procedia Computer Science  
A novel technique to fabricate a responsive radio communication jammer, the purpose of which is to suppress a radio signal with a detonation code as well as to interfere communication link due to Denial-of-Service effect is proposed and highlighted. The distinctive feature of our approach is to the process received radio signals, when instead of the operation of introducing noise interference into each radio channel exclusively used in existing multi-channel jammers, a common single-channel
more » ... single-channel device with optoelectronic processor is exploited, which generates many replicas of received radio signal that critically degrade its signal-tointerference ratio so that the remote-controlled detonators of the explosive installed at the objects cannot be triggered. The results of our investigations to computer-aided design a response time performance of the proposed jammer using a co-simulation of specialized optoelectronic computer tool VPI Photonics Design Suite and a versatile Matlab software. The layout and results of proof-of-concept experiment that validate the simulation are presented and discussed. Abstract A novel technique to fabricate a responsive radio communication jammer, the purpose of which is to suppress a radio signal with a detonation code as well as to interfere communication link due to Denial-of-Service effect is proposed and highlighted. The distinctive feature of our approach is to the process received radio signals, when instead of the operation of introducing noise interference into each radio channel exclusively used in existing multi-channel jammers, a common single-channel device with optoelectronic processor is exploited, which generates many replicas of received radio signal that critically degrade its signal-tointerference ratio so that the remote-controlled detonators of the explosive installed at the objects cannot be triggered. The results of our investigations to computer-aided design a response time performance of the proposed jammer using a co-simulation of specialized optoelectronic computer tool VPI Photonics Design Suite and a versatile Matlab software. The layout and results of proof-of-concept experiment that validate the simulation are presented and discussed.
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2021.01.346 fatcat:spjznzjpineo7bjg6nip5o7n3a