Stimson's Introduction to Airborne Radar 3rd edition, the ''must-have'' radar book for the 21st century is now available
Published under the IET’s SciTech Imprint, the third edition of George W. Stimson’s near-legendary classic book has been fully revised and expanded by an exceptional team of radar experts world-wide with the addition of 21 brand new and updated chapters.
Widely acknowledged as the ONLY book to offer a complete technical presentation of modern airborne radar principles of the last 15-20 years, the new edition of Stimson’s Introduction to Airborne Radar has been written and community reviewed by over 100 international radar and EW Experts including Professor Hugh Griffiths, Professor Chris Baker and Consultant Dave Adamy.
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Hugh Griffiths (THALES/Royal Academy of Engineering Chair of RF Sensors at University College London) explains “We are hugely committed to maintaining the excellence of the previous editions and ensuring that the true spirit of George W. Stimson is retained, demonstrated in the clearly explained writing style and high quality supporting visuals.”
Every single chapter has been modernised to reflect the changes in the past 20 years including electronic scanning antennas and high resolution imaging, bringing the much loved classic textbook up-to-date with current technologies for use by the modern engineer.
Two brand new sections have been added including six chapters on electronic warfare, and seven chapters on special topics and advanced techniques. The addition of modernised real life practical examples, ensure this text is ideal for undergraduate training courses.
This book will be a hugely beneficial reference text for all levels of radar enthusiasts, both new and experienced; including radar and general defence engineers, military pilots and students studying radar, aviation and aeronautics.
Stimson’s Introduction to Airborne Radar, 3rd Edition is available to buy online from the IET website by visiting www.stimsonsradar3.org.
Source : IET