Radar Principles for the Non-specialist, Volume 1
This leading book for basic radar training and self-study distills the complex technology of radar into its fundamentals, tying them to the laws of nature on one end and the most modern and complex systems on the other. It provides a solid understanding of radar fundamentals and applications with far less of the mathematical rigor and technical data presented in engineering books for specialists.
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Elementary Electromagnetics and the Radar
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