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Pocket radar guide

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  • Book title: Pocket Radar Guide: key facts, equations, and data

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  • Year: 2009

  • Format: Spiral bound

  • Product Code: SBRA0190

  • ISBN: 978-1-89112-108-1

  • Pagination: 24

  • Stock Status: In stock

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Description

The Pocket Radar Guide is a concise collection of key radar facts and important radar data that provides you with necessary radar information when you are away from your office or references. It includes statements and comments on radar design, operation, and performance; equations describing the characteristics and performance of radar systems and their components; and tables with data on radar characteristics and key performance issues.

It is intended to supplement other radar information sources by providing a pocket companion to refresh memory and provide details whenever you need them such as in meetings, while traveling, or in the field.

 

Book contents

The Radar Concept

Frequency

Antennas

Transmitters

Receivers and Signal Processors

Waveforms

Radar Cross Section

Radar Equation

Detection and Search

Measurement and Tracking

Clutter

Atmosphere, Rain and Ionosphere

Decibels (dB)

List of Symbols

About the author

G. Richard Curry is a consultant in radar system applications with extensive experience in radar system analysis and simulation, radar design and testing, military R&D planning and technology assessment, and research management. He led analysis of radar system applications in military systems at Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), and at General Research Corporation (GRC). Prior to that, he analyzed and designed surveillance and tracking radars for the Raytheon Company, performed radar engineering for ballistic missile range testing at Kwajalein, and developed radar signal processing techniques at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. He served in the U. S. Navy as an Electronics Officer. Mr. Curry received B. S. degrees in electrical engineering and mathematics from the University of Michigan, and an M. S. degree in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is a member of the Radar System Panel of the IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society, and author of the book: “Radar Systems Performance Modeling”, now in its Second Edition.

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