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From RADAR-77 to RADAR-97: the international radar directory-at last!

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Collection of open information on radars of the world for the international radar directory was started twenty years ago at RADAR-77 in London. This resulted in the directory master computer file that contains over 9,800 radars made by about 400 manufacturers in some 30 countries starting in World War II. Publication problems led to focusing on current radars of the world. A paper at the Third International Conference on Radar at Beijing, CICR'96, unveiled the directory CD-ROM demo on the top 10 current radars made by 27 manufacturers in 14 countries. This paper presents the full international radar directory of current radars using radar manufacturer's brochures directly. Computered indexes permit rapid access to radars having the same function, or manufacturer, country, etc. Tables in the directory CD-ROM list countries, manufacturers, numbers of radars for over 40 radar applications and present some interesting radars

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Radar 97 (Conf. Publ. No. 449)

Date of Conference:

14-16 Oct 1997