From Microwave Passive Direction Finding
STEPHEN E. LIPSKY,
PH.D.

2004 by SciTech Publishing, Inc. Raleigh, NC 27613

This is a corrected reprinting of the 1987 edition originally published by John Wiley & Sons: New York.

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Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data:

Lipsky, Stephen E.  Microwave passive direction finding.  Includes bibliographies and index.


1. Radio direction finders. 2. Microwave devices. I. Title.

TK6565.D5L57 1987 621.3841'91 86-33995

ISBN 1-891121-23-5

To two women:

My mother, who always said I could

My wife, Hyla, who knew I should

Acknowledgments

In any book of this type, it is hard to claim originality since most of the concepts and ideas are the work of many teams of engineers working at many different companies. I therefore wish to thank my associates at American Electronic Laboratories, Inc., the General Instrument Corporation, Polarad Electronics, and the Loral Corporation for the opportunity to learn the technology. I am especially appreciative of the support of Dr. Leon Riebman, the Chairman of the Board, and Mark Ronald, president of AEL Industries, Inc., for their faith in and...

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