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Communications, Radar & Electronic Warfare (201.. - Index of

Communications, Radar & Electronic Warfare (201.. - Index of

Communications, Radar & Electronic Warfare (201.. - Index

  • Page 3: COMMUNICATIONS,RADAR ANDELECTRONICW
  • Page 7: Content,6.3 Types of Communications
  • Page 10 and 11: xContents16.1.2 EMC Issues 26616.1.
  • Page 12 and 13: xiiContents20 Summary and Conclusio
  • Page 14 and 15: xivPrefaceI have provided some refe
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  • Page 18 and 19: xviiiGlos&aryNFDNSAOPOPTEMPOORE ATO
  • Page 21: Part OneBasic Theory
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  • Page 27 and 28: [ ntroductlon 7......Figure 1.4 A t
  • Page 29 and 30: Introduction 9IIIFigure 1.6 A naval
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  • Page 33 and 34: Introduction 13Typical equipment th
  • Page 35 and 36: Introduction 15into a suitable digi
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  • Page 39 and 40: Introduction 19For the communicatio
  • Page 41 and 42: Introduction21Table 1.5Antenna cOlT
  • Page 43 and 44: Introduction23(a) Clear radio line
  • Page 45 and 46: --Introduction2SFor microwave frequ
  • Page 47 and 48: 2Management of the Radio Spectrum2.
  • Page 49 and 50: Management of the Radio Spectrum29I
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    Management of the Radio Spectrum33H

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    Management of the Radio Spectrum 35

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    Management of the Radio Spectrum 37

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    Management of the Radio Spectrum39\

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    Management of the RadIO Spectrum 41

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    Management of the Radio Spectrum-13

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    46CommUnICatIOns, Radar and Electro

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    48 Communications, Radar and Electr

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    !I.1II,soCommunications, Radar and

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    52 CommunIcations, Radar and Electr

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    54 COIllIllUIlICatiOnS, Radar and E

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    56 Communications, Radar and Electr

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    58 Communications, Radar and Electr

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    ..60(f)(f)o-lCommunications, Radar

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    -----62Communications, Radar and El

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    4Radio Links in the Presenceof Nois

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    Radio Links in the Preence of Noise

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    Radio Links in the Presence of Nois

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    Radio Links in the Presence of Nois

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    Radio Links in the Presence of Nois

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    Radio Links in the Presence of Nois

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    Radio Links in the Presence of Nois

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    80 Communications, Radar and Electr

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    82 Communications, Radar and Electr

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    X-lFigure 5.4 Illustration of energ

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    ---86 CommunicatIOns, Radar and Ele

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    88 Communications, Radar and Electr

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    90 Communications, Radar and Electr

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    92 Communications, Radar and Electr

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    94 Communications, Radar and Electr

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    96 Communications, Radar and Electr

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    1'1,----__ 1·_ >FrequencyDetected

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    100 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    Radar and Radar Jamming103-- -- --

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    Radar and Radar Jamming105...... ..

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    108Communications, Radar and Electr

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    Radar and Radar Jamming109Vertical

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    Radar and Radar Jamming111Displayte

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    Radar and Radar Jammmg113ill;;:0D-0

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    Radar and Radar Jamming 115oPhase +

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    Radar and Radar Jamming 117Correlat

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    Radar and Radar Jamming119Displayte

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    Radar and Radar Jamming 121shows th

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    Radar and Radar Jamming 123Advancin

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    Radar and Radar Jamming125Basebands

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    Radar and Radar Jammmg 127aircraft,

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    Radar and Radar Jammmg12')j r .)11'

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    Radar and Radar Jamming131(a)(c)c:C

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    Radar and Radar Jamming 1337.5 Rada

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    136 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    138 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    140 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    142 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    144 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    9Predicting HF Radio9.1 Propagation

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    Predicting HF Radio149Predicted sun

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    Predicting HF Radio 151Range (km)Fi

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    Predicting HF Radio153lOW. CM' '-'

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    Predicting HF Radio 157Remember tha

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    10VHF to SHF Radio Prediction10.1 P

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    ..........................VHF to SH

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    VHF to SHF Radio Prediction 163Sub-

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    VHF to SHF Radio Prediction16530000

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    VHF to SHF Radio Prediction167Figur

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    VHF to SHF Radio Prediction169Fresn

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    ........VHF to SHF Radio Prediction

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    144__VHF to SHF Radio Prediction 17

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    VHF to SHF Radio Prediction175Trans

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    VHF to SHF Radio Prediction177oTwo-

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    VHF to SHF Radio Prediction 179With

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    VHF to SHF Radio Prediction 181with

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    VHF to SHF Radio Prediction 183is d

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    VHF to SHF Radio PredictIOn 185Tabl

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    VHF to SHF Radio Prediction187Table

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    VHF to SHF Radio Prediction189Table

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    11Data Requirements for RadioPredic

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    Data Requirements for Radio Predict

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    ==Data Requirements for Radio Predi

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    Data Requlrement for RddJO Prcdlctl

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    Data Requirements for Radio Predict

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    Data Requirements for Radio Predict

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    Data Requirements for RadIO Predict

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    Data Requirements for Radio Predict

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    ,I,Data Requirements for Radio Pred

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    Data Requirements for Radio Predict

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    Data Requirements for Radio Predict

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    222 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    224 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    226 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    13Planning Radio Networksfor Covera

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    Planning Radio Networks for Coverag

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    ...Planning Radio Networks for Cove

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    Planning Radio Networks for Coverag

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    (((II/III/llcd)0):l:l:l[fQ:;00)9-:o

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    Planning Radio Networks for Coverag

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    Planning Radio Networks for Coverag

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    Planntng RadIOetv.ork, for Covcrage

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    Planning Radio Networks for Coverag

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    14Interference Analysis14.1 Introdu

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    Intelference Analysis249Received po

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    Interference Analysis2510 ,-- -5-10

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    Interference Analysis253Table 14.1

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    Interference Analyls14.4 Different

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    258 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    260 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    262CommunicatIOns, Radar and Electr

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    264 CommuDlcation" Radar and Electr

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    266 CommUnIcatIOns. Radar and Elect

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    2M,------------- ------------ ---I:

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    270 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    272 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    274 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    278 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    280 Communication5, Radar and Elect

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    282CommunicatlOns, Radar and Electr

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    2X4._---------_._--Despite these cl

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    286 CommunicatlOns, Radar and Elect

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    288 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    290 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    292 CommUniCatIOns, Radar and Elect

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    294 Communicat ions. Rauar anu Elec

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    296 CommUniCatIOns, Radar and Elect

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    298Communications, Radar and Electr

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    300 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    302 CommUnICatIOns, Radar and Elect

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    306 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    308 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    310COllllllunJCallon, Radar and Ele

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    312 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    314 Commumcation, Radar and Electro

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    316 Communication, Radar and Electr

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    318Communications, Radar and Electr

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    320 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    322Communications, Radar and Electr

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    324 CommUI11Catlons, Radar and Elec

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    18Non-CommunicationsElectronic Warf

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    Non-Communications Electronic Warfa

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    Non-Communication Electronic Warfar

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    ...Non-Communications Electronic Wa

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    )\;OIl-COllllllunlcatlOnplral radar

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    Non-CommunicatIons ElectronIc Warfa

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    Non-CommunIcations Electronic Warfa

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    Non-Communication,; Electrolllc War

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    Non-Communications Electronic Warfa

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    Non-CommunIcations Electronic Warfa

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    Non-CommunIcations ElectronIC Warfa

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    Non-Communications Electronic Warfa

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    Non-CommUnIcatIOns ElectronIc Warfa

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    19Countering Radio-Controlled rEDs1

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    Coulltering RadlO-Colltrolled IEOsc

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    Countering Radio-Controlled IEDs 35

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    Countering Radio-Controlled rEDs359

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    Countering Radio-Controlled IEDs 36

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    Countering Radio-Controlled IEDs363

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    COIllIllUlllcatlons. Radar and Elec

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    368 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    370 Communications, Radar and Elect

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    372CllndllltJl'ily dnd !lemlJltl\'l

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    Indexabsorption 53 , 160, 169-70act

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    377cooperative 128cover 128deceptiv

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