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  • Author:
    Douglas Richardson
  • ISBN:
    0668064978
  • ISBN13:
    978-0668064972
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  • Publisher:
    Arco Pub (November 1, 1985)
  • Pages:
    151 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Engineering
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    1179 kb
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  • Rating:
    4.3
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    277
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An Illustrated Guide to Spy Planes and Electronic Warfare Aircraft. Techniques for inserting false information into enemy radar and fire-control systems (deception jamming, camouflage, smoke) are presented, as well as methods of foiling enemy communications.

An Illustrated Guide to Spy Planes and Electronic Warfare Aircraft. The various types of noise jamming are presented: spot jamming, barrage jamming, and sweep jamming. Ways of protecting one's own electronic systems are discussed, such as frequency agility, but not data encryption.

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Richardson D. London: Salamander Books, 1985. 151 p. - ISBN: 0861012658. Few forms of military activity are more closely guarded than the world of electronic warfare

Richardson D. Few forms of military activity are more closely guarded than the world of electronic warfare. As far as most companies and users are concerned, the less there appears in print on this subject, the better. Like the worlds of espionage, nuclear weaponry and elite forces, "black-box warfare" rarely escapes from an all-enveloping shroud of secrecy

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Xirmiu
A pretty cool little book on electronic warfare. One of the very few out there for the general reader. The whole Arco series of these pocket books is a great tour of the weapons and tactics of the cold war.
Hinewen
Pocket history of ELINT systems with plenty of grapics new condition Thanks!!
Katishi
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Dobpota
This little book is crammed with hard-to-find, seldom-discussed-openly info on EW for the general non-specialist reader. Plenty of graphics and color photos of equipment and EW battle plans give a unique view into the spooky war of the electrons and photons. Includes power supplies, antennae, scanning patterns, sidelobes, threat warning receivers, direction finding, jammers, and decoys (including flares). Towed jammers and decoys seem not to have been in use at the time of the book's publication and are not mentioned. A discussion of the importance of the differences between passive and active systems is especially helpful for newbies, as is the distinction between seduction mode and distraction mode chaff deployment. Types of radiation covered include all wavelengths of RF (from ELF through millimeter waves and microwaves), IR, optical/visible, and lasers. Even acoustical. Techniques for inserting false information into enemy radar and fire-control systems (deception jamming, camouflage, smoke) are presented, as well as methods of foiling enemy communications. The various types of noise jamming are presented: spot jamming, barrage jamming, and sweep jamming. Ways of protecting one's own electronic systems are discussed, such as frequency agility, but not data encryption. The only really important new development in EW lacking in this book is so-called LPI radar (low probability of intercept, using "spread spectrum" technologies among others).

The book is rather thin but the information density is high, so accordingly the various topics are covered in a terse to-the-point style. Consider it an overview of EW that will serve well as an agenda for further in-depth research. Though the book was published more than 30 years ago, its information still serves as a useful introduction because it presents a conceptual picture of the EW field, the essentials of which have not changed much since electrons were first harnessed for warfare during WW2. Naturally, however, a prior understanding of the electromagnetic spectrum and wave propagation physics (particularly the inverse-fourth-power law for active systems) will aid comprehension.
Rayli
A revealing insight into one of the most closely guarded areas of military activity: the clandestine world where threat and countermeasure battle constantly for supremacy

From electronic intelligence to counter-countermeasures, jamming to hacking: black-box warfare in the air, on land, at sea and in space

160 fact-packed pages

More than 130 photographs and dozens of explanatory diagrams
Nakora
Great book
A little dated.
But great history