Includes bibliographical references (p. 415-420) and indexes.
|Statement||edited by F.A. Kingsley on behalf of the Naval Radar Trust.|
|Contributions||Kingsley, F. A., Naval Radar Trust.|
|LC Classifications||UG612.5.G7 D48 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xl, 476 p. :|
|Number of Pages||476|
|LC Control Number||95163425|
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 until the end of World War : Hardcover. The original patent for radar was registered by the Admiralty in However, it was not until that the Air Ministry took the initiative to develop radar. Following a meeting at the Air Ministry in March , the Experimental Department of HM Signal School was instructed by the Admiralty, to start work on the development of radar for the Royal : J.D.S. Rawlinson. This book tells in non-technical language how the British Navy contributed to the development of naval radar in World War 2. Addressed to the general reader, it tells not only the technical story in simple terms, but also of the operational use of shipborne radar at sea - for warning, for fire control, for fighter direction, for navigation, in all theatres of war - and particularly about the /5(2). royal, navy, radars. Please note that some radars are missing from the Matrix above. I know of some of them [ for Seaslug Guidance] for example and I am currently researching them.
This handbook is designed to aid electronic warfare and radar systems engineers in making general estimations regarding capabilities of systems. This handbook is sponsored by the NAVAIR Director of Electronic Warfare/Combat Systems Department. This fourth edition updates technical information in Sections and from previous editions. Royal Navy. Although the Royal Navy maintained close contact with the Air Ministry work at Bawdsey, they chose to establish their own RDF development at the Experimental Department of His Majesty's Signal School (HMSS) in Portsmouth, Hampshire, on the south coast. HMSS started RDF work in September Get this from a library! The development of radar equipments for the Royal Navy, [F A Kingsley; Naval Radar Trust.;]. The Development of Radar Equipments for the Royal Navy, Kingsley, F A (Editor on behalf of the Naval Radar Trust) A series of technical Monographs describing various aspects of the origins, development and application of British Naval radar from its inception in .
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