Avionics research: satellites and problems of long range detection and tracking: papers presented at the AGARD Avionics Panel meeting, Copenhagen, 20-25 October, 1958
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The Calculus of Radar Observations _____
Echoing Area Characteristics
Ground Scatter by Ionospheric Radar
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