World War II Electronics: Scr-270 Radar

9781156651797: World War II Electronics: Scr-270 Radar

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 75. Chapters: World War II Allied electronics, World War II radars, Radar in World War II, Chain Home, German night fighter direction vessel Togo, SCR-270 radar, List of World War II British naval radar, H2S radar, List of U.S. Signal Corps vehicles, List of World War II electronic warfare equipment, SCR-584 radar, Chaff, Survival radio, List of Japanese World War II radar, Camp Evans, Würzburg radar, Hallicrafters SX-28, SCR-268 radar, High frequency direction finding, National HRO, Alaska Communications System, Chain Home Low, Hammarlund Super Pro, Lichtenstein radar, Jagdschloss radar, SHORAN, AN/MPN, Automatic Gun-Laying Turret, Acoustic location, Metox, BC-348, Air Ministry Experimental Station, Opana Radar Site, H2X radar, Seetakt radar, CXAM radar, Decca Radar, P-3 radar, AN/ART-13, Freya radar, BC-342, Signal Corps Radio, AN/APQ-13, McDowell Grove Forest Preserve, SCR-658 radar, Paraset, SJ radar, K-35 trailer, Fishpond, K-34 trailer, K-72 trailer, SCR-784, Monica tail warning radar. Excerpt: Both the Allies and Axis powers used radar in World War II, and many important aspects of this conflict were greatly influenced by this revolutionarily new technology. The basic technology of radio-based detection and tracking evolved independently and with great secrecy in a number of nations during the second half of the 1930s. At the start of the war in Europe in September 1939, both Great Britain and Germany had begun the deployment of these systems. In Great Britain this technology was called RDF, standing for Range and Direction Finding, while in Germany the name Funkmessgerät (radio measuring device) was often used. By the time of the Battle of Britain in mid-1940, the Royal Air Force (RAF) had incorporated RDF stations as vital elements in Britain's air-defense capabilities. The German Funkmessgerät, could not assist in Germa...

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