Radar Handbook

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Merrill Ivan Skolnik
McGraw-Hill, 1990 - Technology & Engineering - 1163 pages
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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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Contents

Automatic Detection 2
1-2
Radar Cross Section Eugene F Knott 11
1-11
Sea Clutter Lewis B Wetzel 13
1-13
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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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