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Understanding Radar Systems
by Simon Kingsley and Shaun Quegan
The Institution of Engineering and Technology, 1999
Cloth: 978-1-891121-05-0 | eISBN: 978-1-61353-161-7
Library of Congress Classification TK6575.K52 1999
Dewey Decimal Classification 621.3848

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

What is radar? What systems are currently in use? How do they work? Understanding Radar Systems provides engineers and scientists with answers to these critical questions, focusing on actual radar systems in use today. It's the perfect resource for those just entering the field or a quick refresher for experienced practitioners. The book leads readers through the specialized language and calculations that comprise the complex world of modern radar engineering as seen in dozens of state-of-the-art radar systems. The authors stress practical concepts that apply to all radar, keeping math to a minimum. Most of the book is based on real radar systems rather than theoretical studies. The result is a valuable, easy-to-use guide that makes the difficult parts of the field easier and helps readers do performance calculations quickly and easily.


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