A wide ranging and comprehensive review of naval radar systems outlining the basic theory of them and details of how radar developed through WWII and beyond. The book is easy to read by a non-specialist but provides a good coverage of the subject. It mainly covers British and US systems. The German, Italian and Japanese WWII radars are covered well. The main Russian systems are outlined but not unexpectedly in rather less detail. I would recommend this book to nay one wishing to know about naval radar.
Approximate size of book and weight. All books with be shipped Media Mail, but
we still need to know if it is oversized or extremely heavy.
Dimensions: 9“ x 11 ½” x 1 ½” inches Weight: 2.55 pounds—Over-sized