The Use of Radar at Sea
Francis James Wylie
Hollis & Carter, 1952 - Radar - 279 pages
Elementary description of the principles of echo-ranging and of the general characteristics of radar, for those who have little or no previous knowledge of electronics.
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The transmitter The aerial Transmitreceive arrangements
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angle anode anti-clutter control beam beam-width buoy cathode cathode-ray tube cause centre Chapter chart circuit coastline corner reflector course coverage diagram curve Decca Radar deflector coils depends detection range direction display distance echo pulse echo strength effect electrons energy equivalent echoing area false echoes field strength frequency gain give grid heading marker height i.f. amplifier klystron land magnetron marine radar maximum miles movement nautical miles navigation observer obtained operation oscillation performance picture pilotage plane plot position possible pulse-length racon radar aerial radar horizon radar reflector radar set radiation radio waves ramark range and bearing range marker range rings range scale receiver reflected refractive index relative rotating scanner screen sea clutter selsyn shadow sectors shape ship ship's shown in Fig side-lobes signal speed spot strong echoes switch target thyratron trace transmitter trigatron usually valve vertical vessel visibility voltage volts waveguide wavelength width