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Chapter 7 gives a good overview of the topic of Radar Clutter. One person found this helpful. A must have for those serious about knowing radar. Each chapter is devoted to a specific aspect of radar design such as clutter, antennae, receivers, etc. Skolnik is the Radar deity, so yeah it’s a good book. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.

You do not need to buy the regular hardback version that costs more than my first car. The book is well organized starting with a general overview of radar, its history, and the basic principles behind radars.

English Choose a language for shopping. What other items do customers buy after viewing this item? Bought more for historical interest. He also explains why something does not work without going into details that are outside the scope of the book. For a more introductory overview to Radar Signal Processing, consult the recent book by Mark Richards of Georgia Tech, by the same name.


Amazon Renewed Refurbished radarr with a warranty. If you are a seller for fi,etype product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Take that you filthy Radar deity! Just not worth the crazy high price. Not a ton of equations, not a ton of depth, but probably the best, clearest presentation I have ever read on the subject.

Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. If one actually wants to learn the theory behind radar receivers, I would recommend the mathematically detailed books by Van Trees: Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants.

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It is well written, and every once in a while the author’s dry sense of humor is showcased. A classic in the field. Withoutabox Submit to Film Intdoduction. Chapters wrap up this edition of Radar Systems by discussing the Radar Antenna, Transmitter, and Receiver respectively.

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It is a bit dated now, but still useful. Merrill Skolnik is one of the masters in the field of radar, and his books certainly do not disappoint. That’s about the price of a whopper at the BK Broiler! There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Good for a first class, but more advanced books will be required for any real work in radar. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Please try again later. Discover Prime Book Box for Kids. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go.

Chapter 8 briefly discusses the propagation of radar waves in the atmosphere. Learn more about Amazon Prime. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. The most surprising and my favorite thing about the book is that the author presents not only what works in radar design but also what has been tried and doesn’t work.


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Showing of 18 reviews. If one wants to know more than this chapter provides, one would have to gain familiarity with Maxwell’s Equations and consult an Electromagnetics text. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion.

Introduction to Radar Systems

This is one of the best text books that I have ever read. I bought a good used international version for 6 bones. I found this book to be lacking in specific technical details, but it gave wonderful overview of pretty much all of the areas in which radar systems are used, as well as a pretty comprehensive listing of all of the various radar technologies.

If one does not want to be overwhelmed by the level of detail in the Radar Handbook, a newer edition of which has been published, this book, Radar Systems is definitely the place to start. The author presents some basic math but is not overly math intensive. Radar Handbook, Third Edition. Principles of Modern Ibtroduction