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Radar Fundamentals, Faulconbridge, Robert Ian
1 Faulconbridge, Robert Ian Radar Fundamentals
Australia Argos Press 2002 0958023816 / 9780958023818 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 4to 
276 indexed pages including b/w illustrations. Although radar is an applied electrical engineering discipline involving complex mathematical concepts and theories, it is also a physical technology bounded by well-established laws of physics and nature. Consequently, a majority of radar concepts can be explained without the complexity. That is the primary aim of this book. It covers the basics of radar operations and theory, provides a background into the many radar-related areas and covers the electronic warfare issues from a radar perspective. Introduction of important radar principles is combined with an explanation of the major types of radar wherever possible so that the reader becomes familiar with the principles and radar types simultaneously. We do not attempt to study specific radar systems in any depth although some example systems are discussed to reinforce theory and concepts. We also avoid some of the more complex radar topics such as antenna design, transmission systems and receiver and transmitter electronics. The text is specifically designed for non- technical people who require an understanding of the most important radar principles, or people with a technical background looking for a broad introduction to radar systems. Accordingly, we avoid as much as possible of the mathematical complexity inherent in the subject. Some mathematics is unavoidable and is used to explain important principles. Those with a more technical bent can delve further into the subject by referring to the endnotes listed at the end of each chapter. Specifically, this text has been developed to provide basic radar system knowledge to radar operators or those employed within radar environments. The text also supports other persons in radar-related endeavours such as the acquisition or maintenance of radar systems. The text is divided broadly into five parts: radar basics, Doppler radars, high-resolution radars, the radar operating environment, and radar electronic warfare. 
Price: 46.00 AUD
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The Old and the Bold ...Who Learned about Flying That Way, Jobson, Sandra
2 Jobson, Sandra The Old and the Bold ...Who Learned about Flying That Way
Australia Iona Books 1994 0646160958 / 9780646160955 1st Edition Soft Cover Good 12mo 
168 pages. Dramatic stories about Australian aviation disasters and near disasters, based on actual incidents. Includes a glossary. This is a fascinating book.Macarthur Job, an experienced pilot and acknowledged expert on air safety, presents these Australian aviation experiences and eventss. Some relate to his own extensive flying career, some are told by fellow pilots, others are written around real-life tragedies. There is an inscription in the first page. 
Price: 17.50 AUD
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Look Mum Iím Flying, Pearce, John
3 Pearce, John Look Mum Iím Flying
Australia Horwitz 1969 1st Edition Hard Cover Good Good 12mo Rafty, Tony 
145 pages with a collection of flying hilarious yarns. Dustwrapper rubbed and chipped in edges. 
Price: 16.00 AUD
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