Page: Syllabus of Book of Radar Engineering*
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Module 01: Introduction to Radar

1.1 Basics Radar, Radar equation

1.2 Block Diagram, Radar Frequencies

1.3 Applications of Radar

Module 02: Radar Equation

2.1 Detection of signal in noise

2.2 Receiver Noise and Signal-to-noise Ratio

2.3 Probability of detection and false alarm: Simple , complex Targets

2.4 Pulse Repetition Frequency

Module 03 MTI and Pulse Doppler Radar

3.1 Introduction to Doppler and MTI radar, Doppler frequency shift

3.2 Simple CW Doppler radar, MTI radar block diagram

3.3 Delay line canceler

3.4 Moving-target-detection

3.5 Pulse Doppler radar

Module 04 Tracking Radar

4.1 Monopulse tracking

4.2 Conical scan and sequential lobbing

4.3 Limitation of tracking accuracy

4.4 Low angle tracking

Module 05 Radar Transmitters

5.1 Radar RF power sources: Klystron, Travelling wave tube

5.2 Solid state RF power source: low power transmitter, high power transmitter, Advantages of solid state RF power source

5.3 Magnetron: coaxial magnetron 5.4 Crossed field amplifiers: CFA operation, modulating a CFA, system implementation

Module 06 Radar Receivers

6.1 Receiver noise figure

6.2 Superheterodyne Receiver

6.3 Radar Display: Types of displays

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