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Analysis of the use of modern radio communication technologies in the armed forces of the leading countries of the world

A. Mishchenko, A. Shyshatskyi, T. Bondarenko, N. Bihun, A. Lyashenko
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Description: At the beginning of the hybrid war in the east of Ukraine, the Armed Forces of Ukraine were equipped with outdated means of communication, which were ineffective in the conditions of warfare. Since there was no time to develop new equipment, the Armed Forces of Ukraine were equipped with civilian telecommunications equipment, which proved to be quite good, but still did not meet the standards and requirements for weapons and military equipment. For example, the operation of communications in severe weather conditions, the possibility of counteraction by means of electronic warfare and electronic intelligence of the enemy. Despite these shortcomings, data transfer technologies using commercial companies are widely used in the military sphere. In the course of the study, the authors used the classical methods of scientific knowledge of analysis and synthesis, the main provisions of communication theory, signal theory, noise immunity theory and security-code constructions. In the course of the study conducted by the authors, the main technologies for the formation and processing of signals that can be used in the development and modernization of military radio communications are considered. The main attention in the article is paid to the analysis of broadband access technologies and technologies, which are based on working with complex, composed and noise-like signals, as this will increase the noise immunity, stealth and security of radio communications during information transfer. So, the development of a mathematical model of the functioning of military radio communications using one or another data transfer technology should be considered a promising area for further scientific research by the authors.


Keywords: radio communication, radio communication equipment, communication system, broadband signals, pseudorandom tuning of the operating frequency

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Reference:
 Mishchenko, A.O., Shyshatskyi, A.V., Bondarenko, T.V., Bihun, N.V. and Liashenko, H.T. (2019), “Analiz vykorystannia suchasnykh tekhnolohii radiozviazku u zbroinykh sylakh providnykh krain svitu” [Analysis of the use of modern radio communication technologies in the armed forces of the leading countries of the world], Information Processing Systems, Vol. 4(159), pp. 50-57. https://doi.org/10.30748/soi.2019.159.06.