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Electronic Warfare and Radar Systems Engineering Handbook

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For some reason this Electronic Warfare and Radar Systems Engineering Handbook has been very difficult to locate unless you knew right where to go. Over time, some websites have been posting the file on their own servers, but it is a pretty big PDF file, and it really has not been very well indexed by Google or Yahoo or the other search engines. Therefore, I have broken it into smaller parts and posted it in HTML format. That will make viewing specific chapters much faster and easier.

The Electronic Warfare and Radar Systems Engineering Handbook was published by the U.S. Navy's Weapons Division Avionics Department Electronic Warfare Division, Point Mugu, California, and is in the public domain, so copying is permitted so long as modifications to its content are not made without permission; however, this entire HTML version represents a lot work on my part and may not be copied. You may print the pages, but may not reproduces these pages on another website.


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Table of Contents for Electronics Warfare and Radar Engineering Handbook
Introduction | Abbreviations | Decibel | Duty Cycle | Doppler Shift | Radar Horizon / Line of Sight | Propagation Time / Resolution | Modulation | Transforms / Wavelets | Antenna Introduction / Basics | Polarization | Radiation Patterns | Frequency / Phase Effects of Antennas | Antenna Near Field | Radiation Hazards | Power Density | One-Way Radar Equation / RF Propagation | Two-Way Radar Equation (Monostatic) | Alternate Two-Way Radar Equation | Two-Way Radar Equation (Bistatic) | Jamming to Signal (J/S) Ratio - Constant Power [Saturated] Jamming | Support Jamming | Radar Cross Section (RCS) | Emission Control (EMCON) | RF Atmospheric Absorption / Ducting | Receiver Sensitivity / Noise | Receiver Types and Characteristics | General Radar Display Types | IFF - Identification - Friend or Foe | Receiver Tests | Signal Sorting Methods and Direction Finding | Voltage Standing Wave Ratio (VSWR) / Reflection Coefficient / Return Loss / Mismatch Loss | Microwave Coaxial Connectors | Power Dividers/Combiner and Directional Couplers | Attenuators / Filters / DC Blocks | Terminations / Dummy Loads | Circulators and Diplexers | Mixers and Frequency Discriminators | Detectors | Microwave Measurements | Microwave Waveguides and Coaxial Cable | Electro-Optics | Laser Safety | Mach Number and Airspeed vs. Altitude Mach Number | EMP/  Aircraft Dimensions | Data Busses | RS-232 Interface | RS-422 Balanced Voltage Interface | RS-485 Interface | IEEE-488 Interface Bus (HP-IB/GP-IB) | MIL-STD-1553 & 1773 Data Bus |
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