Antenna Scanning Methods

Antenna Scanning Methods: Radar antennas are often made to scan a given area of the surrounding space, but the actual scanning pattern depends on the application. Figure 16-6 shows some…

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Antenna Tracking System

Antenna Tracking System: Having acquired a target through a scanning method as just described, it may then be necessary to locate it very accurately, perhaps in order to bring weapons…

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Radar Systems Articles

Radar Systems Articles: Basic Radar System Block Diagram: Basic Radar System Block Diagram consists of a transmitter and a receiver, each connected to a directional antenna. The transmitter is capable…

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Pulsed Radar Systems

Pulsed Radar Systems: A Pulsed Radar Systems is generally required to perform one of two tasks: It must either search for targets or else track them once they have been…

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Electronic Communication Articles

Electronic Communication Articles: This Electronic Communication Articles which includes the following topics: Principles of Communication Systems Need of Modulation in Communication System Bandwidth Requirement in Communication System External Noise in…

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Monochrome Television Receiver Block Diagram

Monochrome Television Receiver Block Diagram: Monochrome Television Receiver Block Diagram as shown in Figure 17-9, TV receivers use the superheterodyne principle. There is extensive pulse circuitry, to ensure that the…

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Monochrome Television Transmitter

Monochrome Television Transmitter: As shown in the block diagram of Figure 17-2, a Monochrome Television Transmitter system is quite unlike any of the transmission systems studied previously. This section will…

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