November 1994 | NTIA Technical Report TR-95-317

Jammer effectiveness model

Janet Geikas; Nicholas DeMinco

Abstract: The Jammer Effectiveness Model (JEM) is a Windows-based computer program which provides an integrated procedure for modeling propagation effects on telecommunication links and the effect of a jammer on communication links and networks. JEM provides the user with the ability to define equipment such as transmitters, receivers and antennas and then use these definitions in a variety of analyses. JEM can be used easily after only a short learning period.

Keywords: propagation; jammer; jamming; communications system models; electronic warfare; countermeasures

For technical information concerning this report, contact:

Nicholas DeMinco
Institute for Telecommunication Sciences
(303) 497-3660

To request a reprint of this report, contact:

Lilli Segre, Publications Officer
Institute for Telecommunication Sciences
(303) 497-3572

Disclaimer: Certain commercial equipment, components, and software may be identified in this report to specify adequately the technical aspects of the reported results. In no case does such identification imply recommendation or endorsement by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, nor does it imply that the equipment or software identified is necessarily the best available for the particular application or uses.

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