Introduction to the Microcomputers for Solving Radar and Electronic Warfare Problems.
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
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This thesis has been written to solve different types of problems through microcomputers in the radar and electronic warfare field. These problems are offered as subjects at the Naval Postgraduate School in Courses EC 443233, EC 4484, and EC 3431. The computer programs that solve these computer problems have been written in an interactive method because it is user friendly and also so that anyone can change any given parameter or characteristics of radars and jammers and thus study their performance for the purpose of using or designing them. In solving these problems, the following have been taken into account The performance of the radars, the ability of the radars to track targets, the design of radars for special purposes, and the design and study of different types of jammers. Special emphasis has been given to select these problems so that there would be a diverse field of different types of radars and jammers for numerous purposes, including their use in different conditions of operations. This selection of problems has been done in such a way that they can help a training officer to comprehend and perceive or to help an engineer evaluate a radar or a jammer heshe may wish to design. Keywords BASIC programming language Shipboard Naval officers.
- Computer Programming and Software
- Computer Hardware
- Active and Passive Radar Detection and Equipment