For the past 15 years, the near-legendary 2nd edition (1998) has been recognised as the best-selling book of its kind and widely acknowledged as “the first radar book anybody should own” and this 3rd revision of the classic book is set to be no different.
In this 3rd edition, the true spirit of George W. Stimson lives on throughout the book as the extensive team of highly respected radar editors, authors and experts world-wide are hugely committed to maintaining the excellence of the previous edition and honouring the mantra of “simplicity is best.” Stimson was incredibly skilled at explaining complex technical concepts and this is demonstrated in the overall look and feel of the new book in the straight forward and clearly explained writing style and array of unique high quality supporting visuals.
Stimson’s Introduction to Airborne Radar, 3rd Edition has been completely modernised to include a higher degree of routine adopting of electronic scanning and high resolution imaging, together with a much greater use of digital technology.
All core radar principles are presented, yet the confusing jargon and complicated math found in most other radar textbooks has been totally stripped out meaning that you don’t have to be technically minded to benefit from this book. However there is also sufficient technical depth, mathematical rigor and sound physical understanding of virtually all of the advanced radar techniques to satisfy the appetite of the more advanced radar enthusiasts.
- Every single chapter has been revised in line with modern technologies
- Two brand new sections have been added including six chapters on electronic warfare, and seven chapters on special topics and advanced techniques
- Modernised real life practical examples ideal for undergraduate training courses
- Over 1200 amazing full colour visual graphics
- Uses SI units throughout
Hugh Griffiths holds the THALES/Royal Academy Chair of RF Sensors in the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at University College London, UK, He has published over 300 technical articles and papers and is the Editor-in-Chief of the IET Journal - Radar, Sonar and Navigation. In 2013, he won the prestigious AF Harvey prize from the IET.
Christopher Baker is the Ohio Research Scholar in Integrated Sensor Systems at The Ohio State University. He has been actively engaged in radar system research since 1984 and is the author of over two hundred publications.
David Adamy is an internationally recognised expert in electronic warfare with over 47 years’ experience in the field and is a past National President of the Association of Old Crows.
Contributors: Simon Watts, Tony Kinghorn, James Stiles, Shannon Blunt, Eli Brookner, David Blacknell