SEI / SET / SEF Precision Pulse Measurement Capability Emitter Data Collection and Analysis Signal Processing

Founded in 1986, Research Associates of Syracuse (RAS) provides cutting-edge Electronic Warfare (EW) support to the Pentagon and the US intelligence community. RAS is active in Electronic Support (ES), Electronic Attack (EA), and Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) with a concentration in Electronic Intelligence (ELINT). RAS engineers and researchers work in the aforementioned areas supporting multiple DoD EW programs.


Present and past government customers include: the US Air Force, US Army, US Navy, National Security Agency (NSA), National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), US Southern Command, and the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA).

 

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A summary of core capabilities includes:

  • Extensive experience analyzing EW performance for airborne (standoff collection aircraft and some tactical fighter aircraft), naval, and ground-based systems
  • Leader in the development, implementation, test, evaluation, and analysis of Specific Emitter Identification (SEI) / Specific Emitter Tracking (SET) algorithms and Specific Emitter Features (SEF) extraction
  • Extensive experience designing and developing systems to accurately measure pulse parameters on detected Signals-of-Interest (SOIs)
  • Active research to improve techniques for interference mitigation
  • Engaged in efforts to detect and measure key characteristics of Low Probability-of-Intercept (LPI) SOIs
  • Active research and implementation of advanced signal detection, characterization, and processing algorithms for our defense customers

 

RAS has vast experience in many contract arrangements as either a prime or subcontractor. For example, RAS has and is currently executing Broad Agency Announcements (BAAs) and a number of Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) programs (Phase I, II, and III efforts), to advance the state-of-the-art in signal detection, characterization, and identification.


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