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Title: USE OF REMOTE SENSOR SYSTEMS FOR MILITARY RECON NAISSANCE
Authors: Singh, Narinder
Keywords: CIVIL ENGINEERING
REMOTE SENSOR SYSTEMS
MILITARY RECONNAISSANCE
RADAR
Issue Date: 1970
Abstract: For planning and .,+conducting war operations, reconnaissance plays an important role. The reconnaissance methods in the past were very .crude and were conducted by actual field. u rk. Military needs demand that such infor-mation may be. gathered as . far as .possible from a remote point due t© various: political and environmental barriers and in the. shortest possible time. The development of . photography , was a step towards this side. Ait with the advent of electronics, most efficient types of sensors were developed. Each of these systems has been, ,described in detail in separate Chapters in this dissertation, Chapter I gives the general jnt duetion . of remote sensor systems and m itary reconnaissance. Requtremonts, of military Intelligence and how these requirements, have been pet by photographic systems have been explained in Chapter XX. Chapter III deals with Radar systems, starting. from basic corking, operation, radar scope or indicators, radar presentation, restitutor,, side looking radar and its restitution, line scanning reconnaissance techniques, radar beacons, radar relays and military y potential of radar have been explained with particular reference to military needs. Air borne profile recorder has also been discussed.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/8204
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
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