Primary and derived.
Source and derived.
Primary and radiated.
Source and radiated.
Thermal radiation, electromagnetic pulse, transient radiation effects on electronics, and air blast and shock.
Thermal radiation, electromagnetic pulse, transient radiation effects on electronics, and weapon debris.
Thermally generated x-rays, neutrons, gamma rays, and weapon debris.
Thermally generated x-rays, neutrons, gamma rays, and airblast and shock.
Secondary; 1 Hz to 1GHz
Wideband; 1 Hz to 1 GHz
Secondary; 10 Hz to 10 GHz
Wideband; 10 Hz to 10 GHz
Has a vertical amplitude that decreases inversely with distance, but remains significant for many kilometers.
Has very intense radial electrical fields, azimuthal magnetic fields, and time-varying air conductivity.
Is the only nuclear environment that may be imposed on many systems simultaneously with the expenditure of very few weapons.
Is a problem for electronic components in satellites and reentry vehicles.
Susceptible to the wideband frequency phenomenon.
Directly exposed to nuclear radiations from a high-altitude burst.
Affected by the azimuth magnetic fields and time-varying air conductivity.
Influenced by the signal fading or waveform distortion caused by the structured plasma field.
Radiated: antennas and boresite feedhorns
Plasma: antennas and boresite feedhorns
Secondary: cables and ground wires
Source: cables and ground wires
Air blast and shock
Trasient-radiation effects on electronics
Transmitted signal causing the signal-to-noise ratio to fall below unity.
Transmitted signal causing the signal-to-noise ratio to rise above unity.
Recieved signal causing the signal-to-noise ratio to be equal to unity.
Recieved signal causing the signal-to-noise ratio to rise above unity.
Software corruption and permanent component damage.
Software corruption and permanent system damage.
Signal distortion and permanent component damage.
Operation disruption and permanent system damage.
All high-altitude electromagnetic pulse vulnerabilities may not be identified
All system malfunctions may not be corrected
Overall system system shielding maynot be identified
Overall environment may not be accessed
Using a band pass filter.
Using a band reject filter.
Increasing output power.
Decreasing output power.
Change the bulb
Ground out the light fixture
Install a noise reject filter on the light
Install a noise reject filter on the receiver
Affected major command
Electromagnetic environmental effects office
Spectrum interference resolution office
Request engineering assistance.
Contact the base frequency manager.
Systematically gather data for analysis.
Contact the Spectrum Interference Resolution office.
Two wire open.
Parallel two wire.
Radiation, heating, and reflection.
Heating, absorption, and refraction.
Radiation, reflection, and absorption.
Absorption, refraction, and radiation.
Has less resistance than the coaxial line.
Has an are-over path twice as long.
Does not use dielectric support.
Has an inner silver coating.
Amount of power transmitted.
Minimum frequency propagated.
Straight tip (ST).
Sub-miniature, type A (SMA).