A full assessment of the role of electronic warfare in the air. It examines the history of the development and initial applications of electronic air warfare and provides a look at the nature of the technology involved. Includes a discussion of future trends in technology, techniques, and tactics.
Contents: The Early Years 1816-1918. The Coming of Age 1919-1945. Lessons Forgotten and Leassons Learned -- 1946 to the Present Day. Electromagnetic Waves and Some Essential Associated Theory. The Bands in the Electromagnetic Spectrum, Their Characteristics and Their Uses in the Pursuit of Air Power. Communications Systems. Radar. Guided Weapons and Gun Control Systems. Components, Valves and Devices. Antennas, Transmission Lines and Radomes. Passive Techniques and Tactics. Future Trends in Technology, Techniques and Tactics. Self-Test Questions.
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Part of the Brassey's Air Power series, this book fully assesses the role of electronic warfare in the air with the story of its development and initial applications, together with a look at the nature of the technology involved.
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