Sunday, October 31, 2004

 

Creative Use Of EMC Knowledge

Daryl Beetner, a professor at UMR, has developed a method for detecting improvised explosive devices via their receivers and the characteristic radiation that each one emits during normal operation. His device picks up approximately 100 ms of EMI per sample, and plays it back over approximately 10 seconds as a series of audible chirps. A trained operator can detect the signal of a likely IED and alert convoy drivers of a potential nearby threat.

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