Radar for Technicians: Installation, Maintenance, and Repair
McGraw Hill Professional, 1995 - 277 ページ
This is the professional technician's practical guide to understanding the installation, maintenance and repair of modern radar systems. This book fully explains how the various types of modern radar systems operate. It is written at the level of the professional electronics repair technician, rahter than at the engineering level. Land, air and sea-based radar systems are all covered in a practical, as opposed to theoretical manner.
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