This unique free application is for all students across the world. It covers 174 topics of Radar and sonar engineering in detail. These 174 topics are divided in 6 units.
Each topic is around 600 words and is complete with diagrams, equations and other forms of graphical representations along with simple text explaining the concept in detail.
This USP of this application is "ultra-portability". Students can access the content on-the-go from anywhere they like.
Basically, each topic is like a detailed flash card and will make the lives of students simpler and easier.
Some of topics Covered in this application are:
1. Introduction to RADAR
2. Radar Frequencies
3. APPLICATIONS OF MAGNETRON
4. Radar Block Diagram and Operation
5. Applications of Radar
6. History of Radar Development
7. Simple form of Radar Equation
8. Prediction of Range performance
9. Minimum Detectable Signal
10. Receiver Noise and Expression for minimum detectable Signal
11. Pulse repetition frequency & range ambiguities
12. Integration of Radar Pulses
13. RADAR CROSS SECTION OF TARGET
14. Cross-section fluctuation.
15. System losses
16. Transmitter Power
17. Antenna Parameters
18. Propagation Effects
19. Signal to noise ratio
20. INTRODUCTION TO RADAR TRANSMITTERS
21. Types of Transmitter
22. Radar Transmitter Parameters
23. POWER SOURCES AND AMPLIFIERS
24. The Magnetron Oscillator
25. Klystron Amplifier
26. Classification of Klystron Amplifier
27. Application of Klystron Amplifier
28. Traveling-wave-tube Amplifier
29. Different Types of Travelling Wave Tube Amplifier
32. RADAR Modulators
33. Line-type Modulator.
34. Active-Switch Modulators
35. Hard-tube Modulator
36. Saturable-reactor Modulator
37. Modulator Pulse Shape
38. Solid-State Oscillators
40. RADAR ANTENNAS.
41. RADAR ANTENNA PARAMETERS
42. PARABOLIC ANTTENA
43. Feeds for Paraboloids
44. Scanning-feed Reflector Antennas
45. Cassegrain Antenna
46. Lens Antennas
47. Array Antennas
48. Cosecant-squared Antenna
50. Aperture Antenna
51. Different types of Antennas in RADAR SYSTEM
53. Antenna Radiation
54. The Doppler Effect
55. CW Radar
56. Range and Doppler Measurement
57. Frequency-modulated RADAR
58. FM-CW radar using sideband superheterodyne receiver
59. FM-CW radar with signal-following superheterodyne receiver
60. FM-CW technique for eliminating the fixed error
61. Double-modulated FM radar
62. Multiple Frequency CW Radar
63. Moving-target-indication (MTI) Radar
64. MTI receiver with delay-line canceler
65. MTI radar with power amplifier transmitter
66. MTI radar with power oscillator transmitter
67. Delay Lines and Cancelers
68. Delay-line Construction
69. Filter Characteristics of the Delay-line Canceler
70. Blind Speeds
71. Response of Single-delay-line Canceler
72. Multiple and Staggered Pulse Repetition Frequencies
73. Double Cancellation
74. FM Delay-line Cancellation
75. Generation of the Pulse Repetition Frequency
76. Pulse-doppler Radar
77. Noncoherent MTI
78. MTI from a Moving Platform - AMTI
79. Pulse-Doppler AMTI.
80. Pulse-Doppler AMTI.
81. Phase detection in Non-Coherent MTI
82. MTI Using Range Gates and Filters
83. Effect of Side lobes on Pulse-Doppler AMTI Radar
84. Limitation of MTI performance
85. LOSSES In MTI
86. Moving Target Detector (MTD).
87. Tracking with Radar
88. Sequential Lobing.
89. CONICAL SCANNING
90. CONICAL SCAN-RADAR
91. Boxcar Generator
92. Automatic Gain Control
93. Simultaneous Lobing or Monopulse
94. Amplitude monopulse antenna patterns
95. Amplitude-Comparison-Monopulse RADAR
96. Two-coordinate amplitude-comparison-monopulseTracking radar.
97. Monopulse Error Signal
98. Phase-comparison-monopulse radar.
99. Tracking in Doppler
All topics are not listed because of character limitations set by the Play Store.