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The Applications of Radar and other Electronic Systems in the Royal Navy in WW II


Year: 1995
Language: english
Author: Kingsley F.A.
Genre: Technical book
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK
ISBN: 0333627482
Format: PDF
Quality: Scanned pages
Pages count: 387
Description: This book, sponsored by the Naval Radar Trust, is one of two complementary volumes which present a series of technical monographs describing various aspects of the origins, development and application of British Naval radar from its inception in 1935 until the end of World War 2. It results from detailed collective historical research by scientists, Naval officers and others who had all been personally involved at the time. This volume concentrates on specific applications of individual radar systems for Weapon control, Weapon direction, Action Information, and Fighter Direction. Also included is an account of the pioneering activities in the fields of electronic countermeasures against enemy systems, and of HF DF, ashore and afloat.

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