Radar Evaluation Handbook
David Knox Barton, Charles Emerson Cook, Paul Charles Hamilton, ANRO Engineering, Inc
Artech House, 1991 - Technology & Engineering - 516 pages
This book describes the steps involved in the evaluation of radar design and performance without complicated math. Easily understood by both engineers and non-technical personnel, it contains a comprehensive discussion of the complex factors involved in the radar design process.
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