A true classic in the field, available once again, this widely respected source on radar design offers coverage of digital technology, weather radar, microburst detection, and digital correlators. Providing a broad look at modern theory as well as a review of all the development in practical equipment design and construction in recent years, this ...Read MoreA true classic in the field, available once again, this widely respected source on radar design offers coverage of digital technology, weather radar, microburst detection, and digital correlators. Providing a broad look at modern theory as well as a review of all the development in practical equipment design and construction in recent years, this resource for radar engineers includes four chapters on equations and detection theory, plus seven on waveforms and signal processing.Read Less
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Good in Good jacket. Hardcover Textblock edges are lightly dust-soiled. Textblock, lightly tanned, is unmarked. Shiny black boards with silver lettering, have small crush mark on front side edge. Green dust jacket has little shelf wear.
Fine in Fine- jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 626 pages. "The need for a broad coverage of the radar waveform and processing problem because obvious to the author during several years of participation on radar system design and evalutation teams for the Navy, Army, and Air Force. In these design studies there was rarely a conventional "text book" problem in meeting the detection range and accuracy requirements. The emphasis of this book is on the choice of transmit waveform and the types of receivers, detectors, etc., that may be designed to cope with the "total radar environment" rather than any single performance specification. The total environment as defined here includes the unwanted reflections from the sea, land areas, precipitation, and chaff, as well as thermal and jamming noise." FINE HARDCOVER, FINE-DUST JACKET.
Hardback. No Statement Of Later Printing On Copyright Page. Tight Sound Unmarked Copy In Very Good Condition with some dustsoiling to top edge and very minor water rippling to the first twenty pages but this is minor and hardly noticeable in a Very Good Minus Condition Dustjacket with Rubs, chips and creases around It's Edges. ISBN 0-07-046047-7.
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