- Author:John F. Shaeffer,Michael T. Tuley,Eugene F. Knott
- Publisher:Artech House; 2nd Ptg. edition (August 1, 1985)
- Pages:462 pages
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Eugene F. Knott John F. Shaeffer Michael T. Tuley September 1992
Eugene F. Tuley September 1992.
Eugene Knott, John F. Schaeffer, Michael T. Tuley. Published by Artech House Publishers, United States (1993). ISBN 10: 0890066183 ISBN 13: 9780890066188.
12 results for Books : "Radar Cross Section Eugene F. Knott". Did you mean: radar cross section eugene f. knot. Radar Cross Section: Its Prediction, Measurement and Reduction (Artech House Radar Library). Radar Cross Section Eugene F. by Eugene F. Knott and John F. Shaeffer. Radar Cross Section (Electromagnetics and Radar). Schaeffer.
Radar cross section: its prediction, measurement, and reduction Eugene F. Knott,John F. Shaeffer,Michael T. Michael T. Tulley earned his MS in Electrical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1972
Michael T. Tulley earned his MS in Electrical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1972. In 1998, he joined the Institute for Defense Agencies and the Joint Commands.
Artech House Radar Library (Hardcover) Managers will appreciate the impact of radar echo reduction measures o. .
Artech House Radar Library (Hardcover). By (author) Eugene Knott, By (author) John F. Schaeffer, By (author) Michael T. Tuley, Revised by John Shaeffer. Managers will appreciate the impact of radar echo reduction measures on overall system performance. Analysts will use the exact and general formulation of the radar echo prediction problem. The reference information and advanced material will be used by students, practising engineers, and radar echo specialists.
Radar cross section (RCS) is a comparison of two radar signal strengths. Author(s): Eugene F. Knott ; John F. Shaeffer ; Michael T. Publication Year: 2004. One is the strength of the radar beam sweeping over a target, the other is the strength of the reflected echo sensed by the receiver. This book shows how the RCS gauge can be predicted for theoretical objects and how it can be measured for real targets. This book explains both in great detail, especially in the design, evaluation, and selection of radar absorbers. There is also great detail on the design and employment of indoor and outdoor test ranges for scale models or for full-scale targets (such as aircraft).
by Eugene F. Knott, Michael T. Tuley, John F. The leading text and reference on radar cross section (RCS) theory and applications, this work presents a comparison of two radar signal strengths. One is the strength of the radar bean sweeping over a target, the other is the strength of the reflected echo senses by the receiver. This book shows how the RCS "gauge" can be predicted for theoretical objects.
ABSTRACT: Radar Cross Section (RCS) is one of the most considerable parameters for ship stealth design. As modern ships are larger than their predecessors, RCS must be managed at each design stage for its reduction. For predicting RCS of ship, Radar Cross Section Analysis Program (RACSAN) based on Kirchhoff approximation in high frequency range has been developed.
Eugene F. Knott, John F. Shaeffer, Michael T. Tul. Published on Jan 1, 1985. Estimated H-index: 3., John F. Shaeffer3., Michael T. Tuley3. Request Full-text. Radar engineering details. Shaeffer, Michael Tuley. A study of VHF absorbers and anechoic rooms. Ralph E. Hiatt, Eugene F. Knott, Thomas B. A. Senior.