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ANDRO leverages technologies from the AMC, CyberSE, and X-Layer programs to devise a software architecture to mitigate MANET intrusions.
Optimizing the RF spectrum to efficiently utilize a mixture of electromagnetic transmission resources including frequency, time, geography, power, modulation, and beam direction.
Implementing unique transmitter signatures onto Software Defined Radios to improve spectral efficiency in hostile environments.
Use a low-cost sensor network to resolve modulation types in weak RF environments.
Block attackers using RF at the physical layer using dynamic radio frequency management and control.
Waveforms are designed to occupy the entire frequency spectrum without interference to primary or secondary users.
Collect, process, and fuse info from multiple radars to form a Single Integrated Air Picture.
Automatic spatial alignment of SAR, EO/IR, MSI, and HIS data.
Selecting and scheduling multiple geographically dispersed sensors to better allocate target tracking and discrimination resources.
Optimally perform track hand-over between EO/IR sensors and weapon control sensors using feature aided classification.
Optimally assign several heterogeneous sensors to tasks against ballistic missile attacks using reinforcement learning techniques.
Using MIMO technologies to collect, process, and fuse info from multiple widely spaced radars for accurate tracking.
Cosite analysis of electromagnetic environmental effects, interference, and compatibility.
Modeling electromagnetic vulnerability and susceptibility to directed-energy HPM.
Physics-based EMI/V analysis tools.
CEM tools to model EM characteristics of Naval systems.