Radar Handbook

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Merrill Ivan Skolnik
McGraw-Hill, 1990 - Technology & Engineering - 1163 pages
Annotation Thoroughly revised & updated to reflect the advances made in radar over the past two decades, this one-of-a-kind reference offers radar engineers all the fundamental & advanced information they need in day-to-day work. This completely new Second Edition features material on: digital techniques, the Doppler filter bank, the analog SAW dispersive delay line, 3-dimensional radar, the ultra-low sidelobe antenna, semi-active radar, the adaptive antenna, the use of computers, & much more. Readers will find several lucid chapters on all major sub-systems of a radar, such as the receiver, transmitter, solid-state transmitters, reflector antennas, phased array antennas, data processing, ECCM, & pulse compression. There are discussions of the target cross section & the nature of the radar echoes from the ground & the sea. A wide range of material covers various types of radar systems, including CW & FM-CW, MTI, AMTI, pulse Doppler, tracking, missile guidance, height finding & 3D, & synthetic aperture radar. The Handboo

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A magnificent work. In thirty-three years as a shipmaster, I have seen no more comprehensive treatment of the subject.

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contains some topic of radar like MTI

About the author (1990)

Merrill Skolnik has been affiliated with the Johns Hopkins Radiation Laboratory, Sylvania, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, and the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory.

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