Evaluation of energy availability of means to communicate with UAVs in conditions of radioelectronic countermeasures by the enemy


  • Denys Bakhtiiarov National Aviation University, Kyiv,




Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), radio signal, coefficient of radio suppression, wideband modulation system, energy efficiency, radio-electronic warfare.


During the research the calculations of noise immunity indicators and energy availability of means to communicate with unmanned aerial vehicles according to the reviewed in this article algorithms, based on the analysis of both operational and combat indicators of opposing troops building in the area of anti-terrorist operation in eastern Ukraine, and tactical and technical characteristics of examined means of communication and radio-electronic warfare. The real work fully achieved the goal to assess the possibilities of effective functioning of the reviewed radio communication systems in conditions of full active use of radio countermeasure systems and means of radio-electronic warfare, taking into account all applicable noise protection measures. Based on the data calculations it is expedient to deploy UAV’s control systems with the implementation of noise stability means of radio communication, built according to the reviewed principles of wideband communication systems using measures of protection against noise, mainly of signal character, that most effectively improves the noise immunity indicators. The developed algorithms, in case of software implementation, can be used as a final product to enhance the degree of automation and promptness during the calculation of the efficiency of radio communication means in condition of opponent`s radio countermeasures. The results, received during the study, can be used in assessing noise immunity and energy availability of existing and future (prospective) means of radio communication.

Author Biography

Denys Bakhtiiarov, National Aviation University, Kyiv,

postgraduate student


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How to Cite

Bakhtiiarov, D. (2016). Evaluation of energy availability of means to communicate with UAVs in conditions of radioelectronic countermeasures by the enemy. Information Technology and Security, 4(1), 118–130. https://doi.org/10.20535/2411-1031.2016.4.1.96122