Electronic Warfare Pocket Guide
Binding: Spiral Bound
Publisher: SciTech Publishing © 2011
List Price: $16.95
Table of Contents
About the Author
The Electronic Warfare Pocket Guide is the perfect companion for any user that needs to access key definitions, concepts, and equations for their work in the field, lab, or even in theater of operations. While this concise guide fits in almost any pocket it packs a real punch by providing users the answers to real world electronic warfare problems that come up every day in concept development, technique development, system design, system testing, operational testing, mission planning and operations. It is especially useful (if combined with training) for members of the military who are in combat and need to use EW techniques to counter missile-strikes, improvised explosive devices, and other threats. This booklet could usefully go into the pocket of every pilot, sailor, soldier and marine.
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This concise guide provides users answers to real-world electronic warfare problems that come up in everyday concept/technique development, system design and testing, as well as mission planning and operations.It makes an excellent, take-along (3.5” x 4.5”) companion to Adamy’s other books and articles. The EW Pocket Guide’s 38 pages are crammed with definitions, important charts and valuable nomographs with instructions, formulas for a variety of EW and radar topics and sections on antennas and propagation.
-- Kernan Chaisson, Journal of Electronic Defense (JED)
EW Definitions & Subareas
About the Author / Editor
Communications Electronic Protection
Jamming LPI Communications
Radar Electronic Protection
Graph & Nomograph Instructions
List of Symbols in Formulas
List of Abbreviations
Dave Adamy is an internationally recognized expert in electronic warfare. He has 47 years experience as a systems engineer and program technical director, developing EW systems from DC to Light, deployed on platforms from submarines to space, with specifications from QRC to high reliability. For the last 26 years, he has run his own company, performing studies for the US Government and defense contractors. He has also presented dozens of courses in the US, Europe and Australia on Electronic Warfare and related subjects He has published over 180 professional articles on Electronic Warfare, receiver system design and closely related subjects, including the popular EW101 column in the Journal of Electronic Defense. He has eleven books in print and is a past National President of the Association of Old Crows.