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Propagation of Short Radio Waves. Electromagnetics and Radar

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This book treats the phenomena associated with the propagation of short radio waves between terminal points, whether they be the radar antenna serving a dual purpose or the antennas of a communications system. The intention is to present a summary of the state of knowledge in the microwave propagation field at the close of the war. There has been no attempt to produce either a handbook or textbook, but only an interim report on a rapidly changing subject. An attempt has been made to survey all relevant information that was available, from whatever source, and to summarise as much of it as was feasible.

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- Chapter 1: Elements of the problem
- Chapter 2: Theory of propagation in a horizontally stratified atmosphere
- Chapter 3: Meteorology of the refraction problem
- Chapter 4: Experimental studies of refraction
- Chapter 5: Reflections from the Earth's surface
- Chapter 6: Radar targets and echoes
- Chapter 7: Meteorological echoes
- Chapter 8: Atmospheric attenuation
- Appendix A: Application of the Lorentz reciprocity theorem to scattering
- Appendix B: Coherent and incoherent scattering from assemblies of scatterers
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Donald E. Kerr
S.A. Goudsmit
Leon B. Linford
Albert M. Stone
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