Principles of Modern Radar
DescriptionThis series will appeal to radar practitioners within military or government. The first volume was written as a textbook for courses in radar systems and technology and the second volume is aimed at practicing radar engineers and graduate level students. The third volume is designed to serve as a self-contained reference for those aiming to become experts in an advanced technology or application area. POMR: Radar Applications Volume 3 includes concise descriptions of the purposes, principal issues and radar methods found in a wide variety of current radar types. POMR: Advanced Techniques Volume 2 is a professional reference for practicing engineers that provides a stepping stone to advanced practice. POMR: Basic Principles Volume 1 focuses on 4 keys areas; basic concepts, radar signal phenomenology, major subsystems of modern radars and signal and data processing basics.
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About the Author
Mark A. Richards, Ph.D., is Principal Research Engineer and Adjunct Professor, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), Georgia Institute of Technology. He is engaged in academic and continuing education teaching and course development in the fields of digital signal processing and radar signal processing. Prior to joining ECE, Dr. Richards was a Principal Research Engineer and Chief of the Radar Systems Division and Head of the Signal Processing Branch in the Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory of the Georgia Tech Research Institute.