Radar Characteristics, Part 4--Radar Modulation

Adamy, Dave
August 2000
Journal of Electronic Defense;Aug2000, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p66
Trade Publication
Part IV. Discusses the general purpose and types of radar modulation and characteristics and applications of the common radar modulations. Detection range for electronic-intelligence systems (ELINT) receiver; Measuring the range to a target which reflects the radar's transmitted signals; Characteristics of a pulse modulation.


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