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A theory of the performance of radar on ship targets.

WILKES, Maurice Vincent (b. 1913) & J. A. RAMSAY.

Published by University Press, 1947., In: Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, Vol. 43, 1947. Cambridge:, 1947
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255 x 179 mm. Tall 8vo. Pages 220-231. [Entire volume: iv, 593, [2] pp.] 5 figs. Navy buckram, gilt spine; spine lightly faded. Blind stamp of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, Mount Wilson Observatory. Fine. This early paper on radar theory compares field observations with theoretical considerations of the behavior of scattered electromagnetic fields by Maurice Wilkes, whose Cambridge University Mathematical Laboratory designed the EDSAC, the first machine in the world to use the stored program. Bookseller Inventory # S3313

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Title: A theory of the performance of radar on ship...

Publisher: University Press, 1947., In: Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, Vol. 43, 1947. Cambridge:

Publication Date: 1947

Binding: Hardcover

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