Radar Systems and Radio Aids to Navigation

  • 9h 59m
  • A. B. Bhattacharya, A. K. Sen
  • Mercury Learning
  • 2019

This comprehensive reference explains the many processes needed for creating radar systems and navigation aids. Selected topics include antennas, radar targets, Doppler radar, atmospheric probing, mathematical preliminaries, hyperbolic navigation, aircraft homing systems, navigation measuring techniques, satellite navigation, and more.

In this Book

  • Foreword
  • Navigation
  • Antennas for Radio Navigational Aids
  • Principles of Radar
  • Radar Targets
  • Radar Transmitters and Receivers
  • Propagation of Radar Waves
  • Radar Clutter
  • MTI Radar
  • Modern Radars
  • Navigational and Remote Sensing Radars
  • Atmospheric Radars
  • Radars for Atmospheric Probing
  • Radar Measurement of Rain Intensity, Drop Size, and the Related Attenuation of Radio Waves
  • Direction Finding
  • Aircraft Homing System and Instrument Landing System
  • Hyperbolic Navigation
  • Satellite Navigation
  • Vessel Traffic Management System
  • Navigation and Modern Measuring Techniques
  • Millimeter Wave Radars and Radiometers
  • Doppler Radar Development and Remote Sensing Research
  • Mathematical Preliminaries Related to Radar Systems and Associated Problems
  • References