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Control Number257633
Date and Time of Latest Transaction20140930034321.AM
General Information140930s |||||||||b ||00|||
International Standard Book Number291395767
Cataloging SourcePAGASA-DOST
Local Call Number621.396. 96(02) B29 1969
Title StatementBasic radar an outline of how it works
Physical Description92p. illus., figures
Summary, Etc.This single-volume outline of the principles on which radar works originated in an enquiry from the training staff of Technical Training Command of the Royal Air Force, asking whether the The Technical Press Ltd., publishers of the unique COMMON-CORE Series of Illustrated Training Manuals on BASIC ELECTRICITY and BASIC ELECTRONICS, already well known to the R.A.F., were planning anything along the same lines on the subject of radar. It so happened that a closely-similar idea was already under discussion between The Techncial press and the School of Electronic Engineering of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers at Arborfield Berkshire; and it seemed possible that a text could be devised which would satisfy the requirements of both Services. Contact was therefore established at the appropriate instructor level; and formal approval was given by both War Office and Air Ministry that the work of writing and illustrating the first draft of a mutually acceptable volume should be undertaken by the Electronics Training Investigation Team of the School at Arborfield, working in close collaboration with the Editorial and Art Departments of the Technical Press. The first draft of BASIC RADAR was in due course submitted for criticism in a number of quarters technically and/or educationally qualified to pass judgment on its merits; and its grateful Publishers received many detailed suggestions for further improvement. The purpose of the resulting Manual is to train the civilian apprentice or the Services recruit to become a radar technician at the operator-repairman level by giving him an easily acquired overall view of his  subject, sound and accurate within its limits - a framework into which he can confidently fit the more advanced work he must undertake later on.04
Subject Added Entry - Topical TermBasic radar -- radar -- 1969 -- New York04
 Communications
LocationDOST PAGASA 621.396.96(02) B29 1969 BOOKS engineering PAG-10-0227 1 724 - c.2 Complimentary 0000-00-00
 DOST PAGASA 621.396.96(02) B29 1969 BOOKS engineering PAG-10-0227 2 725(710) - c.3 Complimentary 0000-00-00
 DOST PAGASA 621.396.96(02) B29 1969 BOOKS engineering PAG-10-0229 3 726(711) - c.4 Complimentary 0000-00-00
 DOST PAGASA 621.396.96(02) B29 1969 BOOKS engineering PAG-10-0230 4 727(712) -c.5 Complimentary 0000-00-00
 DOST PAGASA 621.396.96(02) B29 1969 BOOKS engineering PAG-10-0231 5 728(713) - c.6 Complimentary 0000-00-00
 
     
 
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Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration621.396.96(02) B29 1969
 
     
 
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