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Chapter 1
The Parameters of a Wave
Traveling Waves
Reflection
Refraction
Interference
Diffraction
Antennas
The Dipole Antenna
Polarization
Antenna Beam-forming
Modes of Propagation in Air
Ground Waves
Sky Waves
Line of Sight
Chapter 3
Basic Components
The Transmission Channel
The Receiver
Modulation
Noise
Broadband (White) Noise
Narrowband (Interference) Noise
Chapter 4
1. Amplitude modulation (AM)
Amplitude Modulation (AM)
An AM system
The AM Spectrum
Bandwidth
Efficiency
Frequency Modulation (FM)
Bandwidth of FM
Immunity to Static
Phase Modulation (PM)
Single Side-band (SSB)
Chapter 5
The Binary Representation
The Binary number system
Memory
Input and Output (I/O)
Encoding
Digital - Digital
Parity Checksum
Chapter 7
Multiplexing
Frequency Domain Multiplexing
Time Domain Multiplexing
Spread Spectrum Multiplexing
Local Area Networks (LAN)
Topology
Protocols
Wide Area Networks (WANs)
Fixed Wide Area Networks
Cellular Networks
Satellite Networks
Chapter 8
Principles of Operation
Mechanization
Radar performance
Pulse Width
Pulse Repetition Frequency (PRF)
Radar Frequency
Theoretical Maximum Range Equation
Chapter 9
Principle of Operation
Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave (FMCW) radar
Limitations
High Resolution Radar
Pulse Compression
Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR)
Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar (ISAR)
Phased Array Radar
Chapter 11
Radar Servo Tracking System
Range Tracking
Track-While-Scan (TWS)
Phased-Array Tracking
Tracking Networks
Chapter 12
The Electromagnetic Spectrum
Sources of Electro-Optical Radiation
Thermal Radiators
Selective Radiators
Chapter 13
Spreading
Point Source
Lambertian Source
Absorption/Scattering
Dependence of Attenuation on Wavelength
Dependence of Attenuation on Range (Bouguer’s Law)
The Collected Flux
Aperture
Bandwidth Factor, F
Maximum Range Equation
Chapter 14
The Field of View (FOV)
Depth of Focus
Scanning vs. Staring Sensors
Resolution
Spatial Resolution
Thermal Resolution
Spatial and Thermal Resolution, MRTD
Infrared Search and Tracking (IRST) Systems
Triangulation (passive)
Laser range-finder (passive-active combination)
Visible Band Imaging Systems
Magnification
Stadimeter Ranging
Light Amplification
Laser Target Illumination
Chapter 15
Acoustic Waves
Propagation Speed
Sound Pressure Level (SPL)
Combining Sound Pressure Levels
Propagation Paths
The Sound Velocity Profile (SVP)
Ray Tracing
Chapter 16
Sources
Passive Sonar
Ambient Noise
Self-Noise
Detection of Acoustic Energy
Beam-forming
Detection Criterion
Transmission Loss Formula
Range Effect
Other losses
Figure of Merit
Chapter 17
Active Sonar
Transmitter
Transducer Array
Beamforming Processor
Duplexer
Synchronizer
Receiver
Display
Passive Sonar Systems
Hydrophone Array
Broadband Display
Frequency Analyzer
Narrowband Display
Variable Depth Sonar (VDS)
Towed Array Sonar Systems (TASS)
Sonobuoys
Bistatic Sonar
Non-Acoustic Detection
Visual
Radar
Infrared Detection
Magnetic Anomaly Detection (MAD)
Chapter 18
Open and Closed Loop Systems
The Transfer Function
System Response
Chapter 19
Initial (Boost) Phase
Mid-course Phase
Terminal Phase
Chapter 20
Global Positioning System
System Components
Inertial Navigation Systems
Chapter 21
Interior Ballistics
Propellant Types
Rifling
Exterior Ballistics
Gravity
Aerodynamic Forces
Aerodynamic Stability
Drift
Coriolis Force
Aiming Errors
Chapter 22
Explosive Reactions
Strength of Explosives
Categories of Explosives
Initiation of the Explosive Reaction
Chapter 23
Warhead Construction
Blast Effects
Predicting Blast Effects
Fragmentation Warheads
Reduction in Velocity with Range
Chapter 24
Warhead Reliability
Probability of Kill (Pk)
Circular Error Probable
Levels of Damage
Damage Criteria for Blast Effect Warheads
Damage Criteria for Fragmentation Warheads
Personnel
Aircraft
Armored Vehicles
Probable Number of Fragments Hitting the Target
Chapter 25
Armor-Piercing Warheads
Explosively Formed Penetrators (EFP)
Kinetic Energy Penetrators
Fuel-Air Explosive (FAE)
Incendiary Warheads
Chapter 26
Underwater Explosions
Torpedoes
Sea Mines
Mine Clearing
Chapter 27
The Difference Between Fission and Fusion Reactions
Mechanization of a Fission Warhead
The simplest warhead design: gun-type
Improvements of fission warhead design
Mechanization of a Fusion Warhead
Nuclear Weapons Safety
Chapter 28
The Blast Wave
Thermal Pulse
Nuclear Radiation
Other Effects
Variation in Nuclear Explosion Effects by Burst Type
Air Burst
High Altitude Burst
Surface Burst
Underground Burst
Underwater Burst
Nuclear Attack Defensive Measures
Sequence of Events
Defensive Measures: Priority of Actions
Chapter 29
Types of Radiation
Gamma
Neutron
Beta
Alpha
Measuring Radiation
Units of measure
Somatic Effects
Sub-Clinical Dose, 0 to 100 rem
Therapeutic Dose, 100 to 1000 rem
Palliative Dose, > 1000 rem
Probable Health Effects resulting from Exposure to Ionizing Radiation
Protection Standards
Chapter 30
Damage Criterion
Diffraction Loading
Drag Loading
Fires/Burns
Radiation
Predicting Nuclear Blast Effects
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