Radar: Principles, Technology, Applications, 1st edition

  • Bryon Edde

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Overview

KEY BENEFIT: From fundamentals to functional descriptions to details of the subsystems, the material in this book is presented is such a manner that both professionals and novices can use it to learn the principles and techniques of radar. KEY TOPICS: It provides a breadth of coverage not readily found elsewhere, including functional descriptions of most types of radars in use today, discussions of many specific modern radar techniques, and modern signal processing principles, such as high resolution radar, pulse compression and synthetic aperture radar. MARKET:This volume will be of practical use to engineers, technicians, planners, specifiers, and managers who work with radar systems and with systems containing radars and radar technology.

Published by Pearson (September 24th 1992) - Copyright © 1993