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Literatur zur Avionics, Aerospace and Defense 5 Juli 2013

VORBEMERKUNGEN

Dieses Dokument, das in Verbindung mit den zwei Dokumenten

AVIONICS, AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS

so wie

AEROSPACE AND DEFENCE TECHNOLOGIE UNTERNEHMENSPROFILE INTERNATIONAL

verwendet bzw. gelesen werden sollte, enthält diejenigen Literaturquellen schätzungsweise etwa 6.000 -, welche ich mehr oder weniger bei der Abfassung meiner

NOTIZEN ZUR MISSIONSAVIONIK LUFTFAHRT UND WEHRTECHNIK

und

ANTENNEN IN DER MISSIONSAVIONIK

zur Rate gezogen habe.

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A
A

A Band => Frequenzbandbezeichnungen

AAA, Anti Aircraft Artillery

1. U.S. Lexicon: Code names; ICH, 3rd Ed., 1977/78, S.86-102.

2. A better antiaircraft gunfire control system? DE, January 1980, S.84-86.

3. Fire control on the modern battlefield; Tom Baranauskas; DE, October 1987, S.137-144.

AAI Corporation

2. AOC corporate member profiles; JED, February 2004, S.51-

72.

AALC

1. HUD/EVS: Beyond Infrared; Charlotte Adams; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, August 2004. www.aviationtoday.com

AAQ

1. How to decipher U.S. electronic equipment designations; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.62.

AAQ-13 & AAQ-14 => Lantirn

AAQ-16

2. Night vision system adds Laser target designator; J.R.R.; DE, July 1992, S.14.

AAQ-24(V), Nemesis, DIRCM

1. Nemesis: Imaging technology provides countermeasures to defeat the IR missile threat; Scott R. Gourley; D&SE, December 1995, S.28-29.

2. More sensitive MWS sensors enhance DIRCM effectiveness; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 27, 1997,

S.47-49.

3. Live-fire tests demonstrate AAQ-24 DIRCM capabilities; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.44-45.

4. New F/A-18 EW suite encounters large cost rise, but small delay; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.47-49.

5. DIRCM goes Laser; Martin Streetly - European Report; JED, July 1999, S.18.

6. DIRCM, ATIRCM compared in DoD study; S. Carroll - EC Monitor; JED, July 1999, S.25-26.

7. Live-fire test gives dramatic example of DIRCM capabilities; AW&ST, November 15, 1999, S.98.

8. Nemesis; IECM 2001, S.123.

9. Asian Aerospace 2002, DIRCM pointed the way forward at Asia’s premier air show; JED, April 2002, S.26-27.

10. Technische Unterlage von Northrop Grumman Electronics Systems Integration International, Rolling Meadows, IL,

USA: AN/AAQ-24 (V) DIRCM, Nemesis Directional Infrared Countermeasures Self-Protection Suite.

AAR => AAQ

AAR-44(V)

1. The Missile Warning challenge; Dr. Meir Danino; JED, July 1999, S.45-50. Errata: JED, September 1999, S.34.

2. AN/AAR-44/44A; IECH, 2001, S.198.

3. Technische Unterlage von Raytheon/E-Systems, Goleta Division, CA, USA: AAR-44(V) Advanced Missile Warning for Aircraft Survivability.

AAR-47

1. New F/A-18 EW suite encounters large cost rise, but small delay; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.47-49.

2. AN/AAR-47 upgrades continue; B. Rivers - EC Monitor; JED, January 1999, S.32-34.

3. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.208.

4. AAR-47 gains dual function; AW&ST, November 15, 1999,

S.44.

5. You bet your life: Todays Missile Warning Systems; Don Herskovitz; JED, April 2000, S.54.

6. Testing of AN/AAR-47 upgrade returns to white sands - EC Monitor; K. Sherman; JED, December 2000, S.26-30.

7. AN/AAR-47; IECH, 2001, S.198.

AAR-54(V)

1. Technische Unterlage von Northrop Grumman, Baltimore, Maryland, USA: AN/AAR-54(V) Passive Missile Approach Warning System, DS-057-DSM-0996.

2. MAWS selected for Luftwaffe C-160s - EC Monitor; B. Rivers; JED, August 2000, S.28-29.

3. AN/AAR-54(V); IECH, 2001, S.199.

4. Als Flugkörperwarnsystem für die Transall; pp; SuT, Juni 2004, S.59.

AAR-57(V)

1. Http://www.sanders.com

2. Less agile, sharper eyes; S. Carroll; JED, July 1999, S.48.

3. Passive UV Missile-Warning Systems; Larry De Cosimo, et al.; JED, December 1999, S.51-54.

4. You bet your life: Todays Missile Warning Systems; Don Herskovitz; JED, April 2000, S.51-56.

5. AN/AAR-57 CMWS; IECH 2001, S.199.

AAR-58

1. Raytheon Decoy to protect B-1; Michael A. Dornheim - Goleta, CA; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.61.

2. AN/AAR-58; IECH 2001, S.200.

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1. Germany examining Missile Warners for C-160s - EC Monitor; B. Rivers; JED, April 1999, S.30-31.

2. Les agile, sharper eyes; S. Carroll; JED, July 1999, S. 48.

3. Technische Unterlage von DASA/LFK/Thomson-CSF: EW Suite for Helicopter.

4. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.207.

5. MAWS selected for Luftwaffe C-160s - EC Monitor; B. Rivers; JED, August 2000, S.28-29.

6. Germany defines MILDS requirement; European Report - Martin Streetly; JED, September 2000, S.18.

AAS => AAQ

AAS-44(V), Infrared Laser Detecting-Ranging-Tracking Set

2. US Navy buys IR Ranging and Detection Systems; B. Rivers, EC Monitor; JED, July 1999, S.33-34.

3. Predator flew with target designator over Kosovo; B.

Rivers,

EC Monitor; JED, September 1999, S.33-34.

Abgaswolke

1. Kombiniertes Scheinziel für die Luftwaffe (KSL); SuT, 12/2000, S.820-821.

ABL, AirBorne Laser

1. Teams to submit bids for airborne laser; William B. Scott - Colorado Springs; AW&ST, June 16, 1996, S.45.

2. Mit Laser auf Raketenjagd; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Oktober 2002, S.54-57.

3. Flash in the Plan - Directed-energy weapons remain more experimental than available; Ted McKenna; JED, May 2003,

S.46-52.

4. Testing continues on USAF Airborne Laser; Ted McKenna; JED, November 2005, S.23-25.

5. ABL - Airborne Laser; Jan Helmig; Strategie und Technik, Januar 2006, S.44-45.

6. Kampflaser gegen Raketen - Boeing YAL-1A; Daniel Jorns; FLIEGERREVUE, 06-2006, S.26-30.

Abschirmung - Shielding

1. Theorie der elektromagnetischen Felder; Prof. Dr. S. Blume; Hüthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1982.

2. RF Shielding becomes more necessary - Euroform; Arnold Zais - Keene; MSN, December 1982, S.64A-64D.

3. Effective shielding is more than a pretty facade; Richard D. Scheps; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)10, S.85-112.

4. Stay EMI-calm on a noise-free island; M. Shandas & P. Shandas - Microsource, Santa Rosa, CA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)10, S.101-105.

5. Elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit (EMV); Karl-Heinz Gonschorek & Anton Kohling; Physik in unserer Zeit, 19. Jahrgang, Mai 1988, Nr.3, S.80-91.

6. EMI shielding of composite materials; Frank Marella; DE, March 1990, S.68-71.

7. Making effective EM shields from aluminium and plastic; A. Kumar - AK Electromagnetique, Quebec, Canada; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)8, S.128-137.

8. Minimize EMI effects in wireless circuits; M.A. Halim - SR Telecom, Ontario, Canada; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)2,

S.54-62.

9. Designing production shielded RF fixtures; Russ Krajec - HP, Loveland, CO; Microwaves & RF, 38(1999)6, S.69-76.

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10. New shielding method overcomes old problems - Application Note of ITEM Publications, Conshohocken, PA; Microwaves & RF, 41(2002)1, S.92.

11. Von Blitz getroffen - mehr Schutz für Elektronik und neue Werkstoffe; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr. 3/2003, Juli-August- September, S.14-17.

Abschlüsse - Terminators

1. Introduction to Resistors & Terminators; KDI Electronics Alpha, Inc.; MSDH, 4th Ed., July 1986, Vol.16, No.7, S.196-

237.

Abschwächer - Attenuators

1. Koaxiale HF-Dämpfungsglieder, Technologie und Dämpfungsmessverfahren; F. Weinert & B.O. Weinschel; Mikrowellen Journal, 3-75, S.161-164.

2. Attenuating circumstances, microwave passive coaxial attenuators - An overview; Bill Painter - Omni Spectra; MJ, April 1977, S.16-23.

3. Coaxial attenuators handle 50 W over multi-octave Bands; C. Staeger & D. Pochard; MSN, May 1978, S.74-77.

4. Introduction to Attenuators; Anzeige von KDI Electronics; MSDH, 4th Ed., July 1986, Vol.16, No.7, S.114-141.

5. Attenuators boost dynamic range of radar receivers; Asad M. Madni, et al - Systron Donner, Van Nuys, CA; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)3, S.93-100.

6. Selecting and specifying attenuators; M. C. Barnard; MSN, January 1990, S.72-75.

7. RF attenuators fit a wide range of applications; Jack Browne - Chief Editor; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)10,

S.122-132.

8. Digital attenuators optimize DF receivers; Alan Conrad - Contributing Editor; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)10, S.123.

9. Attenuators settles 100 percent in less than 1 µs - Product of Comstron, Plainview, NY; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)11,

S.156.

10. Fast GaAs MMIC attenuator has 5-b resolution; Brian Bedard - Hittite Microwave, Woburn, MA; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)10, S.71-76.

Absorberhalle, Absorberraum - Anechoic Chamber

1. Britains Largest Anechoic Chamber; Hawker Siddeley Dynamics, Stevange; MJ, October 1977, S.52d.

2. Digital processing enhances Antenna Measurements; Doren W. Hess; MSN, May 1978, S.40-54.

3. The semi-open Anechoic Chamber; K.A. Koob & H.C. Liesenkötter - MBB, München; MJ, June 1978, S.120-123.

4. Naval Air Test Center unveils new Anechoic Chamber; Staff Report; JED, October 1983, S.161-168.

5. Diagonal horn improves anechoic chamber tests; S.J. Foti & D.D. McGahey; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)3, S.105-

108,110,134.

6. Spelling out RCS antenna specs; SJF & DDM; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)3, S.109, 134.

7. Anzeige von Emerson & Cuming in ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.72-

73.

8. Microwave Absorbers and Anechoic Chambers; Johan Pyck; Mikrowellenmagazin, 11(1985)2, S.160-163.

9. Northrop completes colossal chamber; Michael Kachmar - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)4, S.53.

10. Certify test stations for accurate antenna QA; Bernard Kardon, Consulting Enginner, New Bechelle, NY; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)1, S.75-81.

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11. Specifying an Anechoic Chamber; G.A. Sanchez - Advanced Electromagnetics; MSN&CT, May 1987, S.106-113.

12. Das neue MBB-Labor für „Elektromagnetische Beeinflussung”; Mikrowellenmagazin, 13(1987)4, S.376-

377.

13. Time-domain methods silence reflections in anechoic chambers; Stephen A. Brumley - Motorola, Scottsdale, AZ; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)7, S.109-114.

14. Free world’s largest anechoic facility; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)9, S.47.

15. Software or Hardware gating - What’s best for RCS Measurements; Greg McCarter; MSN, November 1989, S.

60-65.

16. Unique measurement performance with the Compensated Compact Range; MBB, Deutsche Aerospace, Munich; MJ, Feb. 1991, S.138.

17. Absorberhallen für Störaussendungs- und Störfestigkeitsmessungen; Friedrich-Wilhelm Trautnitz - EMV-Systemtechnik, Siemens Matsushita Components; HF- Report, Mai 2/93, S.46-48.

18. EMV-Meßtechnik von A-Z; X. Sutter & A. Gerstner; Franzis- Verlag, Poing, 1994.

Absorbermaterialien - Absorbing Materials

1. Emerson & Cuming Inc., Canton, Masachusetts, USA:

Absorber für elektromagnetische Wellen, ein nützliches Rüstzeug für Ingenieure; Mikrowellen Magazin, Heft 6/78,

S.436-440.

2. Ecomp GmbH, Anzeigen in Mikrowellen Magazin, Heft 3/81, S.327,328.

3. Firmenportrait „Ecomp GmbH, Ingenieurbüro für Mikrowellentechnik und Elektronik”, Mikrowellen Magazin, 13(1987)6, S.701-703.

4. Mikrowellen-Absorber-Material; Anzeige von KTV/Tricom in Mikrowellen & HF Magazin, 15(1989)1.

5. Verfahren zur Messung der Absorberreflexion; F. Berents &

T. Friedrichs; Mikrowellen & HF Magazin, 16(1990)3, S.218-

221.

6. Firmenbericht: Microwave Absorbers, Theory, Design, and

Test; Paul F. Dixon, Technical Director; Microsorb Technologies Inc., Hopedale, MA, USA, April 1993.

7. Adding optimum RF absorbing materials; Alan Conrad - Special Projects Editor; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)5, S.207-

208.

Abtasttheorem

1. Digitale Signalverarbeitung; Norbert Hesselmann; Vogel- Buchverlag, Würzburg, 1983, S.59.

2. Photonik, Grundlagen, Komponenten und Systeme; Prof. Dr. Jürgen Jahns - FernUniversität Hagen; Oldenburg Verlag München Wien, 2001.

3. Nachrichtentechnik, 3. Auflage; Martin Werner; Vieweg, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, Februar 2002.

ACARS

1. Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klußmann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

ACAS/TCAS

1. System minimizes chances for mid-air collisions; MSN, June 1981, S.31-38.

2. The future of civil avionics; A.D. Helfrick - Cessna Aircraft, Avionics Div.; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)7, S.70-76,80.

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3. Collision avoidance: In a holding pattern; Edmond R. Gunny; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)5, S. 69.

4. Time Modulation, Part 2: Scheme codes avoidance maneuvers for aircraft; Edmond R. Gunny - Consultant, Los Angeles, CA; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)6, S.86-93.

5. By 1992, TCASII; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)2, S.21.

6. TCAS, windshear rescheduled; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)5, S.27.

7. Coaxial Switch Technology for Collision Avoidance Systems; Michael Long - Dynatech Microwave Technology; MJ, Dec. 1991, S.98-100.

8. Funkortungs- und Funknavigationsanlagen; Werner Mansfeld, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Habil.; Hüthig Buch Verlag GmbH, Heidelberg, 1994, S.345-351.

9. New TCAS-2 Software simplifies operation; Bruce D.

Nordwall; AW&ST, March 10, 1997, S.62.

10. Avionics for the Pilot; Joe Johnston; Airlife Publishing Ltd, Shrewsbury, UK, 1998, S.167-175.

11. Cockpit Instrumente; Peter Bachmann; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1998, S.132-133.

12. Introduction to TCAS II, Version 7; U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration; November

2000.

13. Radar mit realer und synthetischer Apertur; H. Klausing & W. Holpp (Hrsg); Oldenburg Verlag München Wien, 2000,

S.200-202.

14. First ACAS II installed - Dornier Flugzeugwerft GmbH (eb); EADS-Magazin: Mforum, September 2001, S.13.

15. TCAS - Product Focus; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, April 2002.

16. TCAS More „Foolproof” than generally recognized; Bruce D. Nordwall; AW&ST, July 15, 2002, S.36-37.

17. Japan debates TCAS when controllers err; Eiichiro Sekigawa, Tokyo; AW&ST, July 29, 2002, S.52-53.

18. Tödliches Missverständnis; Heiko Stolzke; Flugrevue, September 2002, S.26-27.

19. Kollisionswarngeräte, TCAS - die letzte Sicherheit; Werner Fischbach; FLIEGERREVUE, Special, 9/2002, S.35-37.

ACCS

1. ACCS, Das Führungssystem der NATO-Luftstreitkräfte; Paul Werner Knorr - Oberstleutnant, ACCS-Projekt; SuT, Juli 2005, S.40-46.

ACMS

1. Honeywell selected for Chinook Avionics Cockpit. Penton’s Military Electronics, April 2006, Page 3.

ACRS

1. EH-101 Pilot Report: Heritage payoff; David M. North; AW&ST, January 26, 2004, S.40-45.

ACS, Aerial Common Sensor

1. LM-Pressemitteilung vom 3. August 2004: Lockheed Martin Team awarded $879 Million Aerial Common Sensor Programm.

2. L-3-Pressemitteilung vom 5. August 2004: L-3 Communications on Team selected for next-generation airborne ISR& Target ID System for U.S. Army & U.S. Navy.

3. LM-Pressemitteilung vom 16. August 2004: Lockheed Martin announces diversified Team for Aerial Common Sensor program.

4. Jane’s Air Forces News Briefs vom 9. September 2004.

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5. Sensorträger für die US Army; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Oktober 2004, S.50.

6. Know Thine Enemy; Robert Wall - Washington; AW&ST, November 29, 2004, S.31-32.

ACSS

1. Http://www.L-3.com.com/acss

2. Http://www.thales-avionics.com

3. Transatlantic defence tie-up planned - A background of acquisitions; Paul Lewis; Flight International, No. 4785, Vol. 159, 19-25 June 2001, S.6.

4. ACSS-002-01-03, Dec. 2002.

5. ‘People First’ pay off; William B. Scott, Phoenix; AW&ST, March 22, 2004, S.55-56.

ADA

1. Jean Ichbiah assesses Ada and the future of Microcomputers; DE, September 1981, S.126-127.

2. Ada goes to work; James E. Fawcette - Editor-in-Chief; DE, July 1982, S.61-74.

3. Work center integrates Ada equipment needs; D. Babcock, J. Williams & D. Saliba; Military Electronics/Countermeasures, January 1982, S.22-26.

4. Ada machine delivers high performance; P. Hartwick & D. Naedel; DE, November 1984, S.98-102.

5. Ada compiler for VAX; J.F.J. -Industry News; DE, December 1984, S.41.

6. Will Ada succeed? Daniel Klein - Rolm; DE, December 1984,

S.105-108.

7. A buyer’s guide to Ada procurement; Daniel Klein; DE, January 1985, S. 101-112.

8. Ada progress satisfies DOD; John F. Judge; DE, June 1985,

S.77-87.

9. Ada capabilities for today’s Microprocessors; DE, June 1985, S.117-122.

10. Ada: A good start an exciting future; Christine L. Braun; DE, July 1985, S.105-106.

11. Taking hard line on Software -Citical Programm Reviews; DE, July 1986, S.74-89.

12. Choosing an Ada environment; William J. Marlow; DE, September 1986, S.115-121.

13. The future of Ada technology; Donn Milton; DE, December 1986, S.47-50.

14. Developing communication protocols in Ada; Van C. Baker & James Baldo Jr. -E-Systems; DE, December 1986, S.90-

104.

15. Choosing Ada tasking models for real-time systems; F.L. Friedman & P.A.T. Wolfgang; DE, April 1987, s.168-176.

16. From Pascal to Ada: A practical perspective on translation; D.L. Stock & J.A. Stewart; DE, May 1987, S.S23-S31.

17. Programmers produce more with Ada; V.L. Castor & David Preston; DE, June 1987, S.165-172.

18. Using Ada as a software design tool; Saro B. Ghazarian - General Dynamics; DE, October 1987, S.129-132.

19. Producing with Ada - Real-time solutions for complex problems; Jeffrey Rowe; DE, July 1990, S.41-53.

20. Ada tools: Compilers coming online; John Rhea; DE, November 1990, S.47-58.

21. Ada product directory; DE, October 1991, S.35-50.

22. Ada: Chameleon or chimera? Benjamin M. Brosgol; DE, January 1992, S.30-31.

23. Joe the genius tailor - Ada in action; Benjamin M. Brosgol; DE, May 1992, S.26-29.

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24. Ada 95: Getting the bugs out; Joyce L. Tokar, Ph.D.; DE, May 1995, S.20-23.

Adaptive Antennen

1. Adaptive arrays and sidelobe cancellers; A perspective; D.J. Chapman - Syracuse Research Corp.; MJ, Aug. 1977, S.43-

46.

2. A Sidelobe Blanking System; Pedro P. Arancibia; MJ, March 1978, S. 69-73.

3. Adaptive array radar looks away from jammers; FJM; Microwaves, 19(1980)3, S.18.

4. Adaptive radar sharpens NATO’s defense; Michael Burton; Microwaves, 20(1981)9, S.19, 22.

5. Adaptive Antennas find Military and Civilian Applications - Part III; P.M. Grant & C.F.N. Cowan; MSN, September 1981,

S.97-107.

6. Introduction to Radar Systems; Merrill I. Skolnik; McGraw- Hill, 1983, S.332-333.

7. Adaptive Antenna arrays for C 3 I; Bruce Miller - US Army EW lab.; JED, October 1984, S.145-146, 166-168.

8. Auxiliary Microstrip Antenna Reduces Side-Lobe Jamming; Klaus Solbach; MSN, March 1989, S. 26-29.

9. Adaptive antenna technology aids wireless transmission; Bert Erickson, Consultant; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)13,

S.139-144.

Adcock-Antennensystem, Dreh-Adcock

1. Funkortung und Funknavigation; Erwin Lertes; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1985, S. 24.

ADIRS

1. ADIRS for Airbus aircraft; C61-0123-000-000, August 2004, Honeywell International Inc., Aerospace Electronic Systems, Air Transport Systems, Phönix, AZ. www.honeywell.com

ADLER

1. Führungs- und Waffeneinsatzsysteme des Heeres; Edgar Ziegler & Jörg-Peter Meier; wt III/1999, S.70-72.

2. Die Artillerietruppe im Heer der Zukunft - Aufgaben, Gliederung, Ausrüstung und Fähigkeiten; Heinerich Fischer - Artillerieschule; SuT, Mai 2002, S.33-42.

3. Aufklärungsfähigkeiten der Artillerie im Heer der Zukunft; Oberst Heinrich Fischer - Artillerieschule; SuT, November 2002, S.13-18.

4. ADLER - Zehn Jahre Rechnerverbund Artillerie; Dieter Prochaska; SuT, September 2005, S.27-29.

ADS-B Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast

1. ADS-B: North to Alaska; Brian Evans; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, February 2000.

2. ADS-B-Progress and the proposed rule; David Jensen; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, March 2002.

3. ADS-B’s global advance; Brian Evans; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, August 2004.

4. On a slow roll - Australia is out in front with its new ADS-B network, but elsewhere satellite use for ATC is off the expected pace; David Hughes (Washington); AW&ST, January 31, 2005, S.39-40.

5. Without Radar - Precisely - ADS-B promises improved accuracy and lower-cost surveillance; David Hughes (Washington); AW&ST, January 31, 2005. S.42-43.

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6. ADS-B’s French connection; David Hughes - Bagneux, France; AW&ST, June 13, 2005, S.180-184.

7. Coast to Coast ADS-B; David Hughes - Dallas; AW&ST, November 7, 2005, S.98.

8. ADS-B: Will it be filled in? Adrian Gerold; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, March 2006.

ADW, ADC

1. ADC achives 12-b resolution at 25.6 Msamples/S; David Duff - Analog Devices, Greenboro, NC; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)7, S.1138-143.

2. Optimize ADCs for enhanced signal processing; T. Gratzek & F. Murden - Analog Devices, Greensboro, NC; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)3, S.129-136.

3. Choose DACs for DDS system applications; David Buchanan

- Analog Devices, Greensboro, NC; Microwaves & RF,

31(1992)8, S.89-98.

4. High-speed data capture needs fast ADC and special storage; Tanja C. Hofner (Maxim Integrated Circuits, Sunnyvale, CA) & Werner Kederer - Institute for High- Frequency Technology, Technical University of München; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)6, S.110-120.

5. Time-stretch preprocessing overcoms ADC limitations - Part 1; B. Jalali, F. Coppinger & A.S. Bhushan - Optoelectronic Circuits and Systems Laboratory, University of California, Los Angeles, CA; Microwaves & RF, 38(1999)3, S.57-66.

6. ADC captures 1 GSamples/s; T.C. Hofner & D.A. Bernel - Maxim Integrated Products, Sunnyvale, CA; Microwaves & RF, 38(1999)3, S.128-132.

7. Time-stretch preprocessing overcoms ADC limitations - Part 2; B. Jalali, F. Coppinger & A.S. Bhushan - Optoelectronic Circuits and Systems Laboratory, University of California, Los Angeles, CA; Microwaves & RF, 38(1999)4, S.62-69.

8. Defining and testing dynamic ADC parametrs - Part 1; Tanja C. Hofner - Maxim Integrated Products, Sunnyvale, CA; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)11, S.75-84,162.

9. ADCs clear the way to digital receivers; Jack Brownie (Publisher/Editor) & Dawn Prior (Editorial Assistant); Microwaves & RF, 43(2004)3, S.33-41.

AEGIS-1, AEGIS-2

1. AEGIS; Ricard Hartman; ME/C, Vol.3, No93, September 1977, S.16-20.

2. The AEGIS Radar Receiver; R.J. Socci; MJ, October 1978,

S.38-47.

3. Task Force survival relies om early detection; Staff; ME/C, Vol.9, No.3, March 1983, S.24-.36.

4. USS Ticonderoga joins blue water battle group; J.F.J.; DE, December 1984, S.112, 114.

5. Long-awaited Arleigh Burke destroyer carries improved Aegis system; J.F.J.; DE, December 1984, S.116,118.

6. Strengthening NATO’s Air Defense C 3 I; Jim Coghlan; DE, June 1986, S.179-184.

7. Aegis System still gets high marks; Paul R. Jaszka; DE, October 1988, S.48-61.

8. AN/SPY-1 Phased Array Radar: Heart of the Aegis System; P.R.J.; DE, October 1988, S.56-57.

9. Science/Scope; Hughes News; JED, July 1985, S.43.

10. Strengthening NATO’s Air Defense C 3 I; Jim Coghlan; DE, June 1986, S.179-184.

11. AEGIS; Richard Hartman; ME/C; September 1977, S.16-20.

12. Erweiterte Luftverteidigung, Sachstand und Ausblick zur Flugkörper-Abwehr; Dr.-Ing. Karl-Heinz Allgaier - EADS/LFK; SuT, April 2001, S.22-28, Abb. 7.

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13. Kein Aegis-System für Taiwan; (ds); SuT, Juni 2001, S.4.

14. Lockheed Martin AN/SPY-1D; Stratigiki (griechische Zeitschrift), Athen, June 2001, S.83.

15. Die U.S. Navy; Kapitän zur See Richard Himstedt; SuT, Juli 2001, S.14-20.

16. Kampfsysteme der US Navy: Waffen und Elektronik auf amerikanischen Kriegsschiffen; Stefan Terzibaschitsch; Koehler, Hamburg, 2001.

17. Backboards of the fleet: Shipboard Phased-Array Radars; Dimitris V. Dranidis;JED, May 2003, S.55-62.

18. AEGIS-Zerstörer der US Navy; Typenblatt 10/2003; ds; SuT, Oktober 2003, S.49-50.

19. AEGIS-Kreuzer der U.S. Navy; Typenblatt, SuT, April 2004,

S.49-50.

20. Nationale Raketenabwehr der USA - Einbindung des AEGIS- Systems; Sidney E. Dean; MarineForum, September 2004,

S-16-18.

Aermacchi SPA, Aermacchi M-346

1. Neuer Trainer für neue Fighter; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, August 2003, S.54-57.

2. Aermacchi will den Eurotrainer bauen; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, April 2004, S.47.

3. Aermacchi M-346, Trainer for the 21st Century; Riccardo Niccoli; Air International, August 2004, S.30-33.

Aerodynamisch stabile/instabile Flugverhalten

1. Foreplanes - Foremost or should the tail wag the dog? Neville Beckett; Air International, May 1999, S.309-315.

2. CCV-F-104G, Ein historischer Meilenstein; EADS-Publikation Mforum, Dezember 2000, S.15.

Aerodynamische Aufheizung - Aerodynamic Heating

1. Infrared’s tremendous potential barely scratched; Stefan Geisenheyner; DE, February 1981, S.29-35.

2. Die Unsicherheiten eines nuklearen Präventivschlages; Matthew Bunn & Kosta Tsipis; Beitrag in „Rüstung und Sicherheit”, Spektrum der Wissenschaft, Heidelberg, 1985,

S.18-29.

Aerodynamischer Widersatnd - Aerodynamic Drag

1. Foreplanes - Foremost or should the tail wag the dog? Neville Beckett; Air International, May 1999, S.309-315.

Aerosols

1. Chaff/Flares and Aerosols; ICH, 4th Ed., 1978/79, S.295-

303.

2. From smoke screens to Aerosols - a newly developing Technology; ICH, 4th Ed., 1978/79, S.305-308.

AESA - Active Elecronically Scanned Array (Radar)

1. Inroduction to Airbornbe Radar; Part IX Advanced Systems, Chapter 37, Chapter 38; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc., Mendham, NJ, 1998.

2. The APG-79 provides „limitless choices” operationally; AW&ST, April 21, 2003, S.38-39.

3. Zeitenwechsel - Neue Radare für die neuen Kampfflugzeuge; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Februar 2004,

S.72-76.

4. Durchblick und Weitblick; Martin Billeisen; Planet AeroSpace, 4/2005, Okt./Nov./Dez., S.74-77.

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AEW, Airborne Early Warning

1. AEW market soars; L.A. McClelland & D.M. Russell; DE, September 1984, S.124-135.

2. Airborne Radar, Part I:

3. Airborne Radar, Part II: Air to Surface; J. Clarke & C.M. Stewart; MJ, February 1986, S.44-54.

4. U.K. weighgs alternatives to Nimrod; DE, May 1986, S.42-

45.

5. Modern Early Warning Radars; W.C. Morchin und S.L.

Johnston; MJ, January 1991, S.30-50.

6. Airborne Early Warning soars to new heights; Bill Sweetman; JED, September 2000, S.41-48.

AFCS

1. Augusta Westland’s EH101 Hoisting SAR Technology to new heights, David Jensen; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, February 2005.

AFDS

1. Der erste Freiflug des AFDS (pp); SuT, Februar 2001, S.58-

59.

AGC

1. Simple technique yields errorless AGC systems; S.R. Bullock & D. Ovard - Salt Lake City, UT; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)8, S.85-93.

2. Basic techniques guide the design of AGC systems; Roy E. Prymek - Unisys, Salt Lake City, UT; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)9, S.99-106.

3. Opamp filters control responses in AGC systems; Roy E. Prymek - Unisys, Salt Lake City, UT; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)10, S.111-121.

4. Design and operation of automatic gain control loops for receivers in modern communications systems; Dana Whitlow - Analog Devices, Beaverton, OR; MJ, May 2003,

S.254-268.

Agilent Technologies (Hewlett-Packard, HP)

1. Test- und Meßtechnik Katalog 1994/1995; Hewlett-Packard GmbH, Bad Homburg; Part.-Nr. 5091-8952 GE.

2. General purpose Instruments Catalog 2000; Agilent Technologies, 5968-8736EN.

3. Garage gives birth to measurement giant; J.L. Minck (Consultant) & B. Manz (Manz Communications, Montville, NJ); Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)8, S.35-56.

AGS

1. Fernmeldetechnik und Elektronik, Aufklärungssystem AGS; SuT, 12/1999, S.759.

2. AGS, SOSTAR, NATAR - Wer hat da noch den Durchblick? E.H.; wt, II/2002, S.50.

3. NATO showdown - Two multinational teams vie for multibillion-dollar alliance-owned ground surveillance deal; Robert Walls, Paris; AW&ST, June 30, 2003, S.26-27.

4. NATO-Gefechtsfeldüberwachungs-Programm AGS - Konkurrenz belebt das Geschäft; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2003, S.80.

5. Neue Mitglieder im TIPS-Team; KS; FLUG REVUE, August 2003, S.11.

6. Airscene - Military Affairs; Air International, August 2003,

S.6.

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7. NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance; Peter Preylowsky; SuT, November 2003, S.40-41.

8. Der NATO-Transformationsprozess und die transatlantische Rüstungskooperation; Dr. Thomas Enders - Leiter Verteidigungs- und Sicherheitssysteme von EADS Deutschland; wt IV/2003, S.63-66.

9. CTAS - Die transatlantische Lösung für das NATO-AGS- Programm; Aus der Industrie; wt IV/2003, S.120-121.

10. NATO wählt das AGS von TIPS aus; pp; SuT, Juni 2004, S.5.

11. NATO approves shared Ground-surveillance System; Michal Fiszer; JED, June 2004, S.14-15.

12. NATO wählt TIPS; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2004,

S.10.

13. TIPS, The Transatlantic Solution for NATO AGS; Anzeige in wt II/2004, S.33.

14. AllianceGround Surveillance / NATO AGS; wt I/2006, S.110-

111.

15. Luftwaffe: Material- und Ausrüstungsplanung; Markus Schetilin - Luftwaffe; Strategie und Technik, Mai 2006, S.20-

27.

AgustaWestland

1. AgustaWestland Super Lynx 300 geht in den Dienst; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Januar 2005, S.42-46.

2. Augusta Westland’s EH101 Hoisting SAR Technology to new heights; David Jensen; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, February 2005.

3. Auswärtssieg - US101 als neuer US- Präsidentenhubschrauber; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, April 2005, S.51-54.

4. AgustaWestland A129 Mangusta; FLUG REVUE, Dezember 2005, S.59-62.

AH-64 Apache

1. Riding high with the Apache; L.M.; DE, December 1984,

S.66-68.

2. Introduction to Airbornbe Radar; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc., Mendham, NJ, 1998.

3. Kampfhubschrauber, Technik, Bewaffnung, Typen; Karl Müller Verlag, Erlangen 1998.

4. Sieger und Verlierer; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, November 2001, S.64-67.

5. Flugzeuge der Welt, 2001; Claudio Müller; Motorbuchverlag, Stuttgart, S.100.

6. The Queen’s Apaches; Tim Ripley; AIR International, January 2004, S.38-43.

7. Attack Helicopters; Anil R Pustan; Air International, January 2005, S.40-45.

AHRS, Attitude and Heading Reference System

1.

2.

AVIONIK; Donald H. Middleton (Hrsg); Titel der englischen Originalausgabe: Avionic Systems, bei Longman Group UK Limited 1989; Deutschsprachige Ausgabe bei Transpress Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, Berlin, 1993.

EATMP Glossary; http://www.eurocontrol.be; August 2000.

AIEWS, Advanced Integrated Electronic Warfare System

1. Navy to develop new EW system to protect ships; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 27, 1997, S.76-78.

2. Navy awards shipboard EW program to Lockheed Martin Team; EC Monitor; J. Knowles; JED, January 1998, S.25-26.

3. Protecting future Navies; Edward J. Walsh; JED, March 1999, S.43-47.

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4. AIEWS completes PDR; EC Monitor, B. Rivers; JED, August 1999, S.31-32.

5. Top EW programms; Sean Carroll; JED, August 1999, S.53-

56.

AIM, AEG Infrarot-Module

1. AIM-Anzeige in wt IV/2000, S.34.

2. AIM-Anzeige in Strategie und Technik, August 2005, S.51.

Airbus A310 MRTT

1. Airbus TT - Erster A310-Tanker für die Luftwaffe; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Februar 2004, S.54-57.

2. Tanker triumph - EADS consortium wins U.K. tanker battle but is now confronted with the tials and tribulations of securing a private finance contract with the Defense Ministry; Douglas Barrie - London; AW&ST, February 2, 2004, S.28-29.

3. Jane’s Air Forces Briefs, February 5, 2004.

4. Erster Airbus A310 MRTT an die Luftwaffe übergeben; uw; SuT, Februar 2004, S.42.

5. A330 FSTA - European tankers for the RAF; Planet AeroSpace, No.15, April-May-June 2004, S.6-9.

6. Airbus A310-300 MRTT - Die ersten Tanker der Luftwaffe; Michael Blesin; Fliegerkalender - Internationales Jahrbuch der Luft- und Raumfahrt 2005, Verlag E.S. Mitter & Sohn, Hamburg, Berlin, Bonn, S.137-143.

7. Neuer Tanker für die Luftwaffe; Frank Vetter & Karl Schwarz; Flugrevue, Dezember 2004, S.42.

8. Die A310 MRTT Europas erste Antwort; Jan Schwerdter; Planet AeroSpace, 4/2004, S.46-47.

9. Sweet Home Alabama; Jeffrey M. Lenorovitz; Planet AeroSpace 4/2005, S.60-62.

Airbus A320

1. Erfolgsstory, Single-Aisle-Airbus; Ein Rückblick auf zwölf Jahre A320-Familie; Antje Wollenschläger; AeroSpace 3/99,

S.16-25.

2. The Airbus A320; EADS-Anzeige; wt, I/2003, S.94-95.

3. Eine A320 auf Seepatrouille; Daniela Bommer; Planet AeroSpace, 3/2003, Juli-August-September, S.53.

Airbus A340

1. Flightline: Airbus A340; FLUG REVUE, August 1999, S.51-52.

2. Jungfernflug des X-Large-Airbus - A340-600 im Flugtest; Sebastian Steinke; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2001, S.26.

3. A340-600/-500 Airbus vorn; Gilles Patri; Planet AeroSpace, Nr.4, Juli-Sept. 2001, S.10-15.

4. Airbus A340; FLUG REVUE, August 1999, S.49-52.

Airbus A350 XWB

1. Airbus A350 vor dem Start; --; Luft- und Raumfahrt 5/2005,

S.14-16.

2. A350 Avionics: Combining the A330 and A380; Charlotte Adams; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, September

2005.

3. Schwesterschiff der A380; Sebastian Heinke; FLUG REVUE,

Dezember 2005, S.25-27.

Airbus A380

1. Thales Avionics lands key A380 contracts; Michael A. Taverna - Paris; AW&ST, July 30, 2001, S.42-43.

2. A380; James Sarazi; Planet AeroSpace, Nr.4, Juli-Sept. 2001,

S.16-21.

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3. Revolution im Cockpit; MG; FLUG REVUE, März 2002, S.87.

4. Flight Management System for the A380; Industry Scan; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, March 2002.

5. Geburt eines neuen Riesenflugzeuges - Der neue Airbus A380; Matthias Gründer; FLUG REVUE, Januar 2003, S.78-

83.

6. A380: Zwei Jahre bis zum Erstflug; Sebastian Heinke; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2003, Extra: Paris Airshow 2003, S.16-18.

7. Hamburg: Ein Haus für den Giganten; James Sarazin; Planet AeroSpace, 3/2003, S.18-19.

8. Ganz Europa baut mit am Flugzeug des 21. Jahrhunderts; Antony Angrand; Planet AeroSpace, 1/2004, Jan.-Feb.- März, S.4-8.

9. GP7000: Antrieb für den A380; Luft- und Raumfahrt, Nr. 2, April-Mai-Juni 2004, S.20-21.

10. Maß nehmen für den neuen Riesen; Sebastian Heinke; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2004, S.34-39.

11. The view from the top - The A380 flight deck architecture provides new flexibility for upgrades; David Hughes/Washington; AW&ST, September 27, 2004, S.51-

52.

12. A380 wird zum Erstflug vorbereitet - Der Riese erwacht; Sebastian Steinke; FLUG REVUE, November 2004, S.20-25.

13. Airbus installing Rolls-Royce Trents on first A380; AW&ST, November 2004, S.19.

14. Piste frei für die A380; Jean Labrulerie; Planet AeroSpace, 4/2004, Okt.-Nov.-Dez., S.4-8.

15. Der Mega-Airbus wird flügge; Wolfgang Borgmann; Fliegerkalender, Internationales Jahrbuch der Luft- und Raumfahrt 2005, Verlag E.S. Mittler & Sohn, Hamburg,

Berlin, Bonn, S.6-9.

16. A380 Extra - alles über den neuen Megaliner; 32seitige Beilage in Flugrevue, Februar 2005.

17. A380 Premierenfieber; Sebastian Steinke; FLUG REVUE, März 2005, S.12-13.

18. Long-distance gambit; Pierre Sparaco/London & Paris; AW&ST, February 14, 2005, S.54-58.

19. Airports adapt for A380; Pierre Sparaco/Toulouse & Paris; AW&ST, February 14, 2005, S.58-59.

20. Airbus A380 Reveal - Die neue Dimension; Rene Chapelon; Planet AeroSpace, 1-2, 2005, S.4-9.

21. Der Weg zum Megaliner - A380 Historie; James Sarazin; Planet AeroSpace, 1-2, 2005, S.10-15.

22. Birth of a Giant; Richard Alsen; AI, June 2005, S.36-49.

23. Schwesterschiff der A380; Sebastian Heinke; FLUG REVUE, Dezember 2005, S.25-27.

24. A380: Jumbo step for In-Flight Entertainment; George Marsh; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, March 2006.

25. Radar on Auto; David Hughes; AW&ST, July 3, 2006, S.50-

53.

26. All-in-One Surveillance; David Hughes; AW&ST, July 3, 2006, S.53-54.

27. Vertical Views; David Hughes; AW&ST, July 10, 2006, S.71-

72.

28. Integrated Surveillance; David Hughes; AW&ST, July 10,

2006, S.73.

Airbus A400M

1. Http://www.airbusmilitary.com

2. Future Large Aircraft, immer noch eine europäische Reallität; Ludwig Schiller; wt, 7/96, S.54.

3. Lufttransport für die Bundeswehr; Siegfried Orth; wt, II/98,

S.55.

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4. Wettbewerb um neuen NATO-Transporter; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, August 1999, S.24-25.

5. Luftfahrzeuge und Luftfahrgerätetechnik; SuT, 12/1999,

S.733.

6. A400M - Das erste Programm der Airbus Military Company; Erhard Heckmann; wt, IV/99, S.74.

7. Airbus A400M - Ein möglicher Transall-Nachfolger; Peter Preylowski - Redakteur, Oberst a.D.; SuT, 4/2000, S.246.

8. Airbus A400M, Typenblatt; SuT, 10/2000, S.641.

9. Luftfahrzeuge und Luftfahrtgerätetechnik; SuT, 12/2000,

S.793.

10. Luftfahrzeuge und Luftfahrtgerätetechnik, die Abteilung LG; A400M; wt, IV/2000, S.152.

11. NH90, A400M, Gemeinsame Sache für Europa; G.P.; Planet AeroSpace, Nr.1, November-Dezember 2000, S.40-43.

12. Transporter A400M; Planet AeroSpace, Nr.3, April-Juni 2001, S.26-29.

13. Ein Europäisches Transportflugzeug A400M; Jürgen Pöppelmann; wt, II/2001, S.94-102.

14. Die unendliche Geschichte; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2001, S.56-58.

15. A400M, Abschluss der Verträge steht unmittelbar bevor; G.P.; Planet AeroSpace, Nr.5, Oktober-Dezember 2001,

S.24-25.

16. A400M partners scramble to keep airlifter afloat; Douglas Barrie, London, & Michael A. Taverna, Paris; AW&ST, February 2002, S.38.

17. Schweres Geschäft; Karl Schwarz; Flugrevue, März 2002,

S.51-43.

18. Global Military Airlift; Anthony Tucker-Jones; AFM, June 2002, S.64-67.

19. A400M Europas taktischer Transporter; Gilles Patri; Planet AeroSpace, 2/2002, S.12-13.

20. A400M still in limbo; AW&ST, November 18, 2002, S.40

21. Airbus A400M - das zukünftige taktische Transportflugzeug; Michael Blesin; Flieger-Kalender 2003, Mittler & Sohn, Hamburg/Berlin/Bonn, S.110-115.

22. Airbus in military service; Jon Lake; Air International, March 2003, S.20-25.

23. TP400 selected to power A400M; Air International, June 2003, S.4.

24. At last! A400M contract signed; AFM, July 2003, S.5.

25. RAF A400M order; AFM, July 2003, S.6.

26. Weniger Flugzeuge, höherer Preis; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE (Extra), Paris Airshow 2003, Juli 2003, S.14.

27. Das A400M-Programm ist gestartet; Planet AeroSpace, Nr. 3/2003, Juli-August-September, S.6.

28. A400M contract finally signed; Air International, July 2003,

S.4.

29. Airbus A400M; Charlotte Adams; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today - Defense Daily Network - DDN; July 2003, www.defensedaily.com/cgi/av/show

30. Airbus Military A400M. Der neue europäische Transporter; Sebastian Zacharias; FLIEGERREVUE, 09/2003, S.26-30.

31. A400M: An all-European affair; Peter Pletschacher; MTU Report, Winter 03 / Spring 04, S.28-29.

32. Airbus A400M; Flugrevue Extra; FLUGREVUE, März 2004; Mit fünf Beiträgen von Karl Schwarz und einen von Volker K. Thomalla.

33. Passive optronische Flugkörper-Warnsensoren - Flugzeuge und Hubschrauber besser schützen; Bernd Uwira; wt, I/2004, S.116-117.

34. European Air Force Transport Survey; AFM, June 2004,

S.40-59.

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35. Tief im Tal: A400M fliegt automatisch die ideale Route; eb; Mforum, Mai 2004, S.6-7.

36. Der Militär-Airbus A400M entsteht im Team; Martin Billeisen; Planet AeroSpace, 1/2004, Jan.-Feb.-März, S.32-

34.

37. Final assembly of the A400M engine near Berlin; Gerhard

Maka; Planet AeroSpace, No.15, April-May-June 2004, S.12-

14.

38. Thales Tallies; Michael A. Taverna, Farnborough; AW&ST, July 26, 2004, S.37.

39. Load carrying - Supply chain poised to receive flurry of A400M solicitations; Robert Wall, Toulouse; AW&ST, January 24, 2005, S.46-47.

40. Produktion der A400M hat begonnen; Peter Preylowski; Strategie und Technik, März 2005, S.34-37.

41. Der Markt des Airbus A400M - Transporter mit Zukunft; Christian Mackenzie; Planet AeroSpace, Juli /August /September, 3/2005, S.44-47.

42. Ein Riese lernt laufen; Patrick Hoeveler; FLUG REVUE, Dezember 2005, S.82-84.

43. Start frei; Patrick Hoeveler; Report, MTU Aero Engines, Winter 2005 / Frühling 2006, S.4-7.

44. Airbus A400M; Jürgen Schäfer - Oberstleutnant, Luftwaffe; wt I/2006, S.38-45.

45. Luftwaffe: Material- und Ausrüstungsplanung; Markus Schetilin - Luftwaffe; Strategie und Technik, Mai 2006, S.20-

27.

46. Airbus A400M eröffnet neue Dimensionen; M. Kraus & R. Zachai; Strategie und Technik, Juni 2006, S.45-46.

47. A400M Advances: Taking Off From the A380; Charlotte Adams; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, July 2006.

Airbus Industries

1. Http://www.AIRBUS.com

2. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.267.

3. Airbus Industrie - Air International Airbus Supplement; Air International, June 1999, S.I-XVI.

4. Airbus plant Sparkurs ohne größere Entlassungen; Sebastian Steinke; FLUG REVUE, Juni 2003, S.31-33.

Akquisitionsradar => Radar.

Aktive Antennen

1. Active integrated antenna elements; Julio A. Navaro, et al. - Texas A&M University; MJ, Jan. 1991, S.

2. Breitbandantennen; G. Dubost & S. Zisler; Oldenburg- München-WIen, 1977. Kap. 3.9, S.198-221.

3. GPS-Neue Möglichkeiten für das Funkhobby; Karl H. Ilg; Verlag Technik und Handwerk, Baden-Baden, 1999.

Akustische Störung - Acoustic Jamming

1. Acoustic Countermeasures in the undersea environment; Owen Flynn; EW, Sept./Oct. 1976, S.62-66.

2. Minimizing reverberation in active Sonar; Owen Flynn; EW/DE, Sept./Oct. 1977, S.149-158.

ALADIN

1. Das Aufklärungssystem ALADIN; Erwin Sips - BWB; Strategie und Technik, August 2005, S,50-52.

ALARM, Air Launched Anti Radar Missile

1. ALARM, IECH 2001, S.243.

2. Precise strikes; Steve Davies; AFM, May 2003, S.40-41.

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3. SEAD Tornado EF.3; AFM, May 2003, S.78-79.

ALCM

1. Air-Launched Cruise Missile competition approching decision; DE, October 1979, S.65-68.

2. ALCM Avionics: Millions in Subcontracts; MSN, July 1980,

S.33.

ALE =>

AAQ

ALE-39B

1. AN/ALE-39 Countermeasure Dispenser; ICH, 4th Ed., 1978/79, S.138.

2. AN/ALE-39B; IECH 2001, S.84.

ALE-40

1. ALE-40 Countermeasures Dispenser System - XM-130 Aircraft General purpose Dispenser - Tracor Smart Chaff RR-170A/AL Chaff Catridge: Technische Unterlage von Tracor Sciences & Systems,Tracor Inc., Austin, Texas, USA. Beilage zu ME/C, July 1977, S.37-44.

2. EloKa-Gerät; Düppel und Fackelwerfer für F-15; IWR, 9/1978, S.1507.

3. AN/ALE-40(V)X Countermeasures Dispenser system; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.88-89.

4. AN/ALE-40; IECH 2001, S.84.

ALE-43

1. AN/ALE-43 Chaff Cutter Dispensing Pod; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984,

S.89.

2. AN/ALE-43; IECH 2001, S.84.

ALE-44

1. AN/ALE-44 Dispenser Pod; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.89.

2. AN/ALE-44; IECH 2001, S.85.

ALE-45

1. AN/ALE-45 Countermeasures Dispenser System; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.89.

2. AN/ALE-45; IECH 2001, S.85.

ALE-47

1. AN/ALE-47; IECH 2001, S.86.

ALE-50, Towed Decoy

1. Http://www.raytheon.com/ew

2. Raytheon Decoy to protect B-1; Michael A. Dornheim - Goleta, CA; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.61.

3. Order for ALE-50 doubles after success in Kosovo; Michael A. Dornheim; AW&ST, November 15, 1999, S.48-49.

4. AN/ALE-50; IECH 2001, S.86.

5. Technische Unterlage von von Raytheon Electronic Systems, Goleta, CA: AN/ALE-50 Decoy, Towed Decoy System, ALE-50 1-00.

ALE-55, Towed Decoy

1. Raytheon Decoy to protect B-1; Michael A. Dornheim - Goleta, CA; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.61.

2. A new generation of advanced decoys throws its hat in the ring; K.B. Sherman & B.P. Rivers; JED, January 2001, S.43-

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Alenia Aerospazio

1. Http://www.aleniaerospazio.com

2. Alenia Aeronautica: Italy’s largest aeronautics company; AW&ST, September 30, 2002, S.53.

3. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 13, 2003; Finmeccanica; S.292.

4. Italian aerospace industry 2003; Air International, February 2003, S.47-53.

Alenia Difesa

1. International Report - Gerald Green: Aeritalia, Selenia form new Italian aerospace company; MJ, Jan. 1991, S.59.

2. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.278.

3. Alenia - Italiens Branchenführer, Alenia Aerospazio, Areonautics Division; Danielle Bommer; EADS-Magazin Mforum, Dezember 2000, S.12-13.

Alpha Jet

1. Moderne Kampfflugzeuge; Thomas Bättig; Mittler Verlag, Hamburg, 2000, S.64-65.

2. Flugzeuge der Bundeswhr - Leichte Jagdbomber und Aufklärer; Ulrich Metternich; FLIEGERREVUE, 7/2002, S.54-

56.

3. Alpha Jet: Coup für die Freundschaft; Gerard Frison; Planet AeroSpace, Nr. 3/2003, Juli-August-September, S.76-78.

4. 30 Jahre Alpha Jet; Peter Preylowsky; SuT, Oktober 2003,

S.36-42.

5. Flightline: Dassaul/Dornier Alpha Jet; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2004, S.49-52.

ALQ => AAQ

ALQ-99

1. AN/ALQ-99 Tactical Jamming System; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984,

S.89-90.

2. AN/ALQ-99; IECH 2001, S.141.

ALQ-119(V)

1. Http://www.eads.com.

2. AN/ALQ-119(V) ECM Pods; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.92.

3. AN/ALQ-119; IECH 2001, S.141.

4. Technische Unterlage von EADS, Ulm.

ALQ-125

1. Die EloUM-Bordanlagen AN/ALR-59 und AN/ALQ-125; D.

Boyle; IWR, 2/1977, S.34-35.

2. TEREC - Taktisches elektronisches Luftraufklärungssystem der US-Luftwaffe; Gowri Sundaram; IWR, 1/1979, S.118-

120.

3. TEREC: USAFs important Tactical Reconnaissance asset for the ´80s; EW/DE, March 1979, S.33-44.

4. AN/ALQ-125 Tactical Reconnaissance Sensor; ICH, 9th Ed.,

1984, S.92-94.

ALQ-126

1. AN/ALQ-126 DECM System; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.94.

2. AN/ALQ-126B; IECH 2001, S.142.

ALQ-131(V)

1. Firmenprospekt von Northrop Grumann, Electronic Sensors & Systems Sector, Baltimore, USA; 4/99 MACQZD18.

2. AN/ALQ-131(V) ECM pod; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.97-98.

3. AN/ALQ-131(V); IECH 2001, S.142.

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ALQ-135

1. Technische Unterlage von Northrop Grumman, Defense Systems Division, Rolling Meadows, Illinois, USA.

2. AN/ALQ-135 F-15 Internal Countermeasures Set; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.98.

3. Defense Dept. Moving toward achieving EW commonality; AW&ST, February 9, 1987, S.50-56.

4. AN/ALQ-135; IECH 2001, S.143.

ALQ-136

1. AN/ALQ-136 Helicopter Radar Jammer; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984,

S.99.

2. AN/ALQ-136; IECH 2001, S.143.

ALQ-142

1. AN/ALQ-142; IECM 2001, S.37.

ALQ-149

1. AN/ALQ-149 Communications Jammer; ICH,9th Ed., 1984,

S.100.

2. Sanders delivers AN/ALQ-149; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)4, S.27.

ALQ-156

1. AN/ALQ-156 Missile Detector System; ICH,9th Edition, 1984, S.101.

2. AN/ALQ-156; IECM 2001, S.201.

ALQ-157

1. AN/ALQ-157(V) IRCM System; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.101.

2. AN/ALQ-157; IECH 2001, S.145.

ALQ-161

1. ALQ-161: Time Sharing Jammer Power; Edwin M. Drogin; MSN, October 1978, S.55-64, 110.

2. AN/ALQ-161 RFS/ECM; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.101-102.

3. AN/ALQ-161; IECH 2001, S.145.

ALQ-162

1. Technische Unterlage von Northrop Grumman, Electronic Sensors & Systems Sector, Rolling Meadows, Illinois, USA:

Enhanced AN/ALQ-162 Countermeasure Set.

2. AN/ALQ-162 Compass Sail / Clockwise Jammer; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.102.

3. AN/ALQ-162 Shadowbox; IECH 2001, S.146.

ALQ-165, ASPJ

1. Commonopoly: Monopoly Updated; James Fawcette; EW/DE, Sept./Oct. 1977, S.125-136.

2. ASPJ - The next generation EW System? Coleman Rodgers; ME/C, Vol.4, No.2. February 1978, S.46-54.

3. ASPJ - The next generation EW System? Coleman Rodgers; ME/C, Vol.4, No.3. March 1978, S.34,36,42,46,49.

4. ASPJ, Partners at least; Coleman Rodgers; ME/C, Vol.4, No.4. April 1978, S.18,21,23,25.

5. Das Flugzeug-EloKa-System ASPJ; Gowri Sundaram; IWR, 6/1978, S.960-962.

6. The Navy’s new Jamming System: Big Business; Richard Hartman; MSN, July 1978, S.41-43.

7. Microwaves play key role in ASPJ; Richard Davis; MSN, July 1978, S.44-52.

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8. ASPJ; ME/C, Vol.4, No.9, September 1978, S.106-116.

9. ASPJ - A unique defense procurement program; Neil W. Hansen; JED, February 1982, S.31-36.

10. ASPJ diversifies for specific applications; David M. Russell; DE, October 1984, S.149, 151, 154.

11. AN/ALQ-165 Airborne Self Protection Jammer (ASPJ); ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.103-104.

12. Navy/USAF begin flight testing Airborne Self-Protection Jammer; AW&ST, February 9, 1987, S.91.

13. Advanced Jammer enters new testing phase; DE, May 1990,

S.78.

14. AN/ALQ-165; IECH 2001, S.146.

ALQ-178, RAPPORT II, III

1. Technische Unterlage von Loral Electronic Systems, 999 Central Ave., Yonkers, NY, USA: Rapport Tactical ECM.

2. Rapport Jammer design criteria; John D. Sparno; DE, March 1980, Vol. 12, No 3. S.29-38.

3. AN/ALQ-178 (RAPPORT III); IECH 2001, S.148 &164.

4. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 14, 2002, S.225.

ALQ-184(V)

1. Technische Unterlagen von Raytheon E-Systems, Goleta Division, Goleta, CA, USA:

2. AN/ALQ-184 Self-Protect Pod und

3. AN/ALQ-184(V)9.

4. AN/ALQ-184(V); IECH 2001, S.148.

ALQ-187

1. Technische Unterlage von Raytheon Electronic Systems, Goleta, CA, USA: AN/ALQ-187 Operationally Proven Internal ECM, ALQ-187 1-00.

2. Ηλεκτρονικός Πόλεμος πάνω απο το Αιγαίο; Βασίλης Παρασκευάς; ΠΤΗΣΗ, Ιούνιος 1997, s.44-51.

3. AN/ALQ-187; IECH 2001, S.150.

4. Greek EW award; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, May 12, 2003,

S.26.

ALQ-210

1. AN/ALQ-210 ES Subsystem; IECH 2001, S.37.

ALQ-211

1. New F/A-18 EW suite encounters large cost rise, but small delay; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.47-49.

2. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.207.

3. AN/ALQ-211 SIRFC; IECH 2001, S.151.

ALQ-212(V), ATIRCM

1. First fully-integrated ATIRCM/CMWS demonstrated; Washington Report; JED, July 1998, S.16.

2. Live-fire tests demonstrate AAQ-24 DIRCM capabilities; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.44-45.

3. New F/A-18 EW suite encounters large cost rise, but small delay; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.47-49.

4. Electronic Warfare Systems; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.208.

5. DIRCM and ATIRCM compared in DoD study; JED, July 1999, S.25-26.

6. DOD opts to stay the course with ATIRCM/CMWS; S.Carroll - EC Monitor; JED, August 1999, S.27.

7. ATIRCM/CMWS completes live-fire tests; EC Monitor - Brendan Rivers; JED, June 2001, S.33,36.

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8. AN/ALQ-212 Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRC); IECH 2001, S.152.

9. Tug-of-war over ATIRCM/CMWS funding; EC Monitor - Brendan P. Rivers; JED, January 2002, S.26-27.

ALQ-213(V)

1. Http://www.terma.com.

2. Technische Unterlagen von Terma A/S, Lystrup, Denmark:

3. AN/ALQ-213(V) Electronic Warfare Management System.

4. ALQ-213(V) (EWMS), April 2001.

5. AN/ALQ-213 Countermeasures Set-Management System, Product Description - Technical Note, 12 Pages, ALQ-213 DN.

ALQ-214, IDECM RFCM

1. Navy questions Towed Decoy suitability for F/A-18C/D; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 27, 1997, S.43-44.

2. New F/A-18 EW suite encounters large cost rise, but small delay; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.47-49.

3. IDECM RFCM System completes acceptance testing, initial systems delivered; B. Rivers - EC Monitor; JED, December 1998, S.26-27.

4. Towed decoy tether key issue for IDECM; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, November 15, 1999, S.43-44.

5. AN/ALQ-214 IDECM RFCM; IECH 2001, S.152.

6. A Sampling of RF Jammers; Robert V. McGahan; JED, February 2002, S.61-65.

7. Stacking the deck - Neither nimble nor quick, the Super Hornet is a jack-of-all-trades; Bill Sweetman; JED, February 2004, S.30-37.

ALQ-217

1. AN/ALQ-217; IECH 2001, S.38.

ALR => AAQ

ALR-56

1. AN/ALR-56 F-15 Radar Warning Receiver; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.106.

2. The future of Radar Warning Receivers; David L. Adamy; DE, October 1988, S.63-69.

ALR-59

1. Die EloUM-Bordanlagen AN/ALR-59 und AN/ALQ-125; D. Boyle; IWR, 2/1977, S.34-35.

2. AN/ALR-59(V) E-2C ESM Set; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.106.

ALR-66

1. Anzeige von General Instruments in ICH, 9th Ed.,1984, S.71.

2. AN/ALR-66 Radar Warning and Surveillance Receivers; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.108-109.

3. AN/ALR-66 Series; IECH 2001, S.203.

ALR-67(V)3&4

1. Technische Unterlage von Raytheon Systems Company, Sensors and Electronic Systems, Los Angeles, CA, USA: ASR AN/ALR-67(V)3&4 Countermeasures Receiving Set, MO 2/98 5K D800798.

2. The future of Radar Warning Receivers; David L. Adamy; DE, October 1988, S.63-69.

3. Hughes wins radar upgrade; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)10,

S.64.

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4. AN/ALR-67(V)3 Fleet deliveries to begin - EC Monitor; K. Sherman; JED, December 2000, S.33-35.

5. AN/ALR-67(V)3/4; IECH 2001, S.204.

ALR-68

1. AN/ALR-68 Advanced Radar Warning System; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.109.

2. AN/ALR-68; IECH 2001, S.204.

ALR-69(V)

1. AN/ALR-69 Radar Warning Receiver; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984,

S.109-110.

2. Improved display developed for AN/ALR-69; B. Rivers - EC Monitor; JED, January 1999, S.25-26.

3. [1] AN/ALR-69(V); IECH 2001, S.205.

4. [2] USAF upgrading RWRs; K. B. Sherman & B. P. Rivers; JED, October 2001, S.30.

5. Greek EW award; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, May 12, 2003,

S.26.

ALR-93

1. Greek EW award; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, May 12, 2003,

S.26.

ALR-94

1. Fighter EW, the next generation; Bill Sweetman; JED, July 2000, S.41-47.

2. AN/ALR-94; IECH 2001, S.206.

ALSR, Automatic Low-Speed Recovery

1. Carefree fliegen; ww; Mforum, Dezember 2004, S.5.

2. Eurofighter - Abfangautomatik im Test; FLUG REVUE, Januar 2005, S.18.

Ames, Advanced Mobile ELINT System

1. EADS Advanced Mobile ELINT System; Equipment List; JED, June 2001, S.46.

AMLCD

1. Computer Lexikon - Fachwörterbuch; Ausgabe 2002; Microsoft Press Deutschland, Unterschleißheim, 2001.

Ammos

1. Funkaufklärungssystem R&S AMMOS - Vollautomatische Funkaufklärung und höchste Systemflexibilität; Olaf Lukas; R&S, Mil News, 6/2002, S.33-36.

2. Funkaufklärungssystem R&S AMMOS - Klarer Durchblick im Gedränge der Signale; Jürgen Modich; MIL NEWS von Rohde & Schwarz, Heft 7(2003) S.24-28.

AMRAAM, AIM-120

1. AMRAAM award delayed; Missile scores a direct hit; DE, November 1981, S.50.

2. Hughes wins the AMRAAM contract; DE, January 1982,

S.38.

3. High-speed Testing Equipment essential to AMRAAM development programm success; Larry S. Klivans - Hughes Aircraft; MSN, November 1983, S.78-91 & 104-105.

4. What fate AMRAAM? James B. Schultz; DE, April 1985,

S.65-74.

5. Multiplying firepower with Missiles; Jim Coghlan; DE, August 1986, S.99-111.

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6. AMRAAM: Better late than never; James W. Rawles; DE, November 1988, S.42-47.

7. AMRAAM (Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile) - Luft-Luft-Lenkflugkörper mittlerer Reichweite für die deutsche Lzftwaffe; (burg); SuT, 12/1995, S.796.

8. AIM-120 AMRAAM; IECH 2001, S.231.

9. Air-to-Air Missile Directory 2004; Rob Hewson; Air International, September 2004, S.45-57.

10. Http://www.defensedaily.com/progprof/usafl

AMSAR

1. Multifunktionsradare mit aktiven, phasengesteuerten Antennen; SuT, 12/1999, S.758.

2. AMSAR passes phase-2A CMR - European Report; Martin Streetly; JED, November 2000, S.18.

3. Durchblick und Weitblick; Martin Billeisen; Planet AeroSpace, 4/2005, Okt./Nov./Dez., S.74-77.

AMX

1. AMX, in Italian service; Dott Ricardo Niccoli; Air International, June 1997, S.349-353.

2. Flugzeuge der Welt, 1999; Claudio Müller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1999, S.30,31.

3. Moderne Kampfflugzeuge; Thomas Bättig; Mittler Verlag, Hamburg, 2000, S.20-21.

4. Flugzeug-Katalog 2000, Militärflugzeuge; AMX International AMX; GeraNova Verlag, München.

5. Typenblatt, AMX International; SuT, April 2000, S.247-248.

6. Ghibli, Italy`s AMX; David Cenciotti; AFM, July 2001, S.72-

75.

7. Flightline: AMX International; Flugrevue, März 2003, S.71-

74.

Anaren, Inc.

1. AOC corporate member profiles; JED, February 2004, S.51-

72.

ANG, Air National Guard

1. On guard and on the offensive; Rene J. Francillon; Air International, July 2004, S.52-58.

Anstellwinkel

1. Luftfahrt-Definitionen; Roderich Cescotti; Motobuch Verlag Stuttgart, 1993.

2. Luftfahrzeug-Technik; Ernst Götsch; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2000.

3. Aerospace-Wörterbuch mit Aerospace-Definitionen; Roderich Cescotti; Motorbuch Verlag Stuttgart, 2002.

4. Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klußmann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

Antennen - Antennas

1. Aerosat or Aeroslump? Jim Clark; MSN, Aug./Sept. 1975,

S.93-99.

2. Antenna selection guide; ICH, 1st Ed., June 1975/76, S.221-

226.

3. Gain of Directional Antennas; J. E. Hill; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.

3, No. 4, July/August 1976.

4. Realistic ELINT design considers Antenna pattern trade- offs; K. Arkind; MSN, Oct./Nov. 1976.

5. [3] System Antenna Selection Criteria; ICH, 2nd Ed., June 1976/77, S. 313-317.

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6. Soviet ground based Radar Systems Antenna index; ICH, 2nd Ed., 1976/77, S.258-268.

7. Antenna index Soviel Naval Radar Systems; ICH, 2nd Ed., 1976/77, S.273-283.

8. System Antenna selection criteria; ICH, 2nd Ed., 1976/77,

S.313-317.

9. Antenna Scan characteristics; ICH, 2nd Ed., 1976/77, S.318-

330.

10. L-Band Spiralphase Reflectarray; H. Richard Phelan - Harris; MJ, Jan. 1977, S.47-50.

11. Microstrip Antenna Array for 12 GHz TV; M. Collier; MJ, September 1977, S.67-71.

12. Tolerance control in an Array Antenna; G.N. Tsandulas - MIT, Lincoln Lab Lxington; MJ, October 1977, S.24-29,35.

13. Discrete-Beam Phased Array; J. Frank - Technology Service Corp.; MJ, October 1977, S.31-34.

14. Phased Array Aircraft Antennas for Satellite Communications; R.J. Mailloux - Hanscom AFB; MJ, October 1977, S.38-42.

15. Ku Band Linear Phased Array; J. Barker & M.E. Davis; MJ, October 1977, S.44-46,58.

16. Breitband-Antennen; G. Dubost/S. Zisler; R. Oldenburg Verlag, München, 1977.

17. Phased Arrays for ECM; ICH, 3rd Ed., 1977/78, S.333-341.

18. Retrodirective reflectors and ship’s RCS calculations; ICH, 3rd Ed., 1977/78, S.342-345.

19. MBA vs. Phased Array: What’s best for Satellite application? Leon J. Ricardi; MSN, May 1978, S.32-37.

20. Digital processing enhances Antenna measurements; Doren W. Hess; MSN, May 1978, S.40-54.

21. Designing Offset-Reflector Antennas at 30 GHz; A.W. Rudge & N. Williams; MSN, May 1978, S.56-64.

22. Antennas: Key to Communications Satellite growth; Daniel F. DiFonzo; MSN, June 1978, S.83-91.

23. Signalübertragung; Harald Schumny; Vieweg Verlag, Braunschweig, 1978.

24. Antenna patterns for Earth terminals and the law of the Land; MSN, August 1979, S.130. Beilage der Firma MCL.

25. Tiles cloak shuttle Antennas; Richard English; MSN, November 1979, S.107-117.

26. Intagrate Antennas into planar designs; Naresh C. Deo & Raj Mittra - Uni Illinois; Microwaves, 18(1979)12 (December), S.60-64.

27. Enzyklopädie Naturwissenschaft und Technik, Bd.1, A-D; Verlag Moderne Industrie, München, 1979.

28. Principles of Electronic Warfare - Chapter 6: The Role of Antenna in Electronic Warfare; Robert J. Schlesinger, et al.; Prentice Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1961, Reprint:

Peninsula Publishing, Los Altos, CA, 1979.

29. Designing a broadband Phased Array Antenna suitable for use in ECM Systems; Lars Josefsson - LM Ericsson; DE, February 1980, S.85-88.

30. What do You want in Antenna measurement (Near Field); Samuel J. Caprio; MSN, March 1980, S.75-86.

31. Antennas increasingly vital to ECCM, ARMs (Review); A.C. Schell; MSN, April 1980, S.17-20.

32. Dual Frequency Antenna locates Mm-Wave Transmitters; L. Goldstone; MSN, October 1981, S.69-74.

33. Antenna pedestals for Microwave Recon Systems; R. A. Gagelin; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.8, No. 4, July/August 1981.

34. Assessing Antennas for small Satcom Terminals; J.R. Forrest; MSN, October 1981, S.77-100.

35. Cavity-Backed Spiral has microstrip feed; David L. Saul; Microwaves, 20(1981)10, S.88-89.

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36. Extended designs yield compact 18-40 GHz Antennas; Richard L. Powers, et al.; MSN, November 1981, S.89-96.

37. Antenna location will optimize Avionics design (Review); Richard O’Neill (Dorne & Margolin); MSN, March 1982,

S.41-47.

38. Active Transmitting Antenna looks good for Space

applications; Don Jones (Motorola); MSN, June 1982, S.93-

106.

39. Antenna Tests establish ionosphäric limitations; Dominic J. Marino (The Mitre Corp.); MSN, June 1982, S.108-113.

40. Microstrip Antenna performance is determined by substrate constrains; J.R. James, et al.; MSN, August 1982,

S.73-84.

41. Introduction to Radar Systems, 2nd Ed.; Merrill I. Skolnik; McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1983.

42. Backfire Feed Antenna beats Cassegrain design; H. Syrigos (Alpha Industries, Inc.); MSN, October 1983, S.164-167.

43. Antenna design tradeoffs examined; J.R. Forrest - University College London; MSDH, Vol.13, No.11, November 1983, S.237-243.

44. Miniature Lens Antenna accepts any Polarization; H. Syrigos (Alpha Industries, Inc.); MSN, December1983,

S.118-120.

45. Antennas in the 89s: Tweaking as an art form; Barry Manz - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)3, S.74-75.

46. RF Signal Processing before the Receiver; D.Z. Janich; WJ Tech-notes, Vol. 11, No. 5, Sept./Oct. 1984.

47. Soviet Ground-Based Antenna Systems; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984,

S.239-248.

48. Soviet Naval Antenna Systems; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.276-

290.

49. Seeing double improve indoor range; V. J. Vokurka - Eidhoven Uni, The Netherlands; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)2, S.71-76,94.

50. Thick, multilayer elements widen antenna bandwidths; T. Holzheimer & T.O. Miles - E-Systems, St. Petersburg; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)2, S.93-95.

51. Microstrip brings radar to hostile environments; G.V. Colby & J.C. Bryanos - Avco Systems, Wilmington, MA; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)2, S.96-99,113.

52. Antenna Measurements: An exciting Technology; R. A. Heaton - Scientific-Atlanta; MSN&CT, March 1985, S.62.

53. Sperical near-field Antenna measurements improve through expanded software features; D. W. Hess, et al. -

Scientific-Atlanta; MSN&CT, March 1985, S.64-83.

54. Reflector Antennas assessed for Satellite system design; P. J. B. Clarricoats - Uni of London; MSN&CT, March 1985,

S.85-105.

55. Hybrid design proves effective for flat Millimeter-Wave Antennas; Klaus Solbach - AEG-Telefunken; MSN&CT, June 1985, S.123-138.

56. Antennas: A decade of enablement; George G. Chadwick; ICH, 1985, S.294-304.

57. „Invisible” antenna takes up less space; Martin Shelley & Kevin Bond - Cossor Electronics, Harlow Essex, UK; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)6, S.93-95.

58. H-guide slot antenna shrinks sidelobes; M. Kisliuk & A. Axelrod - Tel-Aviv Uni; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)6, S.107-

110.

59. Low-profile antenna improves DF accuracy; John E. Hill - WJ, San Jose, CA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)8, S.109-114.

60. Predicting Antenna sidelobe performance; Philip D. Kaplan - MITRE, Bedford, MA; MJ, September 1986, S.201-206.

61. Applying super compact to Array-Antenna design; G. W. Collins - Harris; MSN&CT, July 1987, S.112-123.

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62. Understanding freespace progation; Cullen Tendick - AACOM; MSN&CT, October 1987, S.98-103.

63. Fundamentals of Antenna test and evaluation; Rick Hartman & Jack Berlekamp - Flam & Russel; MSN&CT, June 1988, S.8-20.

64. The Sinuous Antenna; Tai-Tseng Chu & H. George Oltman Jr.; MSN&CT, June 1988, S.40-48.

65. Developing a Standard-C Antenna; K.M. Keen - Keen Associates; MSN&CT, June 1988, S.52-54.

66. Accurate design of dual-band patch antennas; Randy Bancroft - Martin Marietta, Denver, CO; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)9, S.113-118.

67. Multiple-Beam Antennas for Military Satellite Communications; J.J. Tavormina - Electromagnetic Sciences; MSN&CT, October 1988, S.20-30.

68. Large Millimeter-Wave Antenna Systems; L.E. Rhoades & J. Eisenberger - Electronic Space Systems; MSN&CT, December 1988, S.19-28.

69. Millimeter-Wave Tactical/Small-Aperture Antennas; Fazin Lalezari, et al. - Ball Communications systems; MSN&CT, December 1988, S.41-50.

70. Near-field antenna measurement system, small, accurate and inexpensive; Greg Hindman & Dan Slater; MSN, November 1989, S. 48-59.

71. Elektromagnetische Theorie für die Hochfrequenztechnik; Hans-Georg Unger; Hüthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1989.

72. Mikrowellentechnik, Bd.2; Erich Pehl; Hüthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1989.

73. Auxiliary Microstrip Antenna reduces Side-Lobe Jamming; Klaus Solbach - AEG; MSN, March 1989, S.26-29.

74. Hochfrequenztechnik, Bd.2; Edgar Voges; Hüthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1991.

75. Single slotted array achieves multimode performance; J. Gross, D. Collier & L. Goldstone - Norden Systems, Norwalk, CT; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)4, S.118-126.

76. Ball demonstrates superconducting antenna; J.R.R.; DE, May 1992, S.15.

77. Taschenbuch der Hochfrequenztechnik, Bd.2; Meinke- Gundlach; Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1992.

78. The Microwave Engineering Handbook, Vol.2; B.L. Smith & M.-H. Carpentier, Edi.; Chapman & Hall, London, 1993.

79. Hochfrequenztechnik in Funk und Radar, 4. Auflage; H.-G. Unger; Teubner Verlag, 1994.

80. Hochfrequenztechnik 1, Bd.1; Zinke-Brunswig; Springer- Verlag, Berlin, 1995.

81. Radar Technology Encyclopedia; Edi. D.K. Barton & S.A. Leonov; Artech House, Boston, 1997.

82. New antenna designs keep a low profile; David Begley - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)5, S.31-40.

83. Solid Dielectric Horn Antennas; Carlos Salem, u.A.; Artech House, Boston, 1998.

84. [1] Antenna Theory and Design; 2nd Ed.; W.L. Stutzman & G.A. Thiele; John Wiley & Sons, Inc., NY, 1998, S.10-11.

85. Antenna technology’s beams radiate in many directions; Gene Heftman - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)5, S.37-46.

86. Wideband antenna design serves wireless systems; Naftali Herscovici - Cushcraft, Manchester, NH; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)5, S.115-120.

87. Automated methods provide antenna-gain measurement; J.M. Schuchardt & W.A. Bohlman - Tracor Aerospace Electronic Systems, Landsdale, PA; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)9, S.49-61.

88. Mikrowellentechnik - Kap.3: Antennen; Werner Bechtold; Vieweg, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, 1999.

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89. [2] Radar mit realer und Synthetischer Apertur; Klausing/Holpp (Hrsg.); Oldenburg Verlag, Oldenburg 2000,

S.135.

90. Antenna technology tunes to wireless markets; Jack Browne - Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)5,

S.31-37.

91. A sampling of EW Antennas- Technolgy Survey; Don Herskovitz; JED, June 2000, S.57-61.

92. Designer polarization for EW Antennas; Robert O. Magatagan; JED, December 2000, S.51-53.

93. Radar mit realer und synthetischer Apertur - Kap.6:

Antennen; H. Klausing & W. Holpp (Hrsg); Oldenburg Verlag, München, 2000.

94. EW101 A First Course in Electronic Warfare; David Adamy; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 2001.

95. A sampling of EW Antennas - Technology Survey; Robert V. McGahan; JED, January 2002, S.57-61.

96. New small, stealthy antennas to ‘wire’ future battlefields; David A. Fulghum, Washington; AW&ST, January 28, 2002,

S.60-61.

97. Integriertes Antennensystem auf Schiffen der Marine; Wulf Carl - EADS Deutschland, Ulm; SuT, Juni 2002, S.54-56.

98. Dual slant linearly polarized antenna for broadband high power applications<, Nurad Technologies Inc., Baltimore, MD; http://www.nurad.com; MJ, May 2003, S.280-282.

99. Antennen und Strahlungsfelder; Klaus Kark; Vieweg GmbH, Wiesbaden, 2004.

100. Lebenswichtige Kommunikation zwischen Abflug und Ankunft - Fliegender ‘Antennenwald’; Matthias Gründer; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2004, S.82-85.

101. Consider antenna options for minimal interference; Dr. D. Wojtkowiak - Vice President Microwave Antenna Systems; Microwaves & RF 43(2004)5, S.76-86.

102. The versatile Butler Matrix; Bruno Pattan - Federal Communications Commission; Microwave Journal, November 2004, S.126-138.

103. Introduction to miniature Antenna and diversity combining techniques; Bar-Giora Goldberg - Avantek Inc.; MJ, January 2005, S.86-102.

104. Leighweight, low cost printed antenna arrays; B. Podduturi

& D.M. Pozar; MJ, January 2005, S.106-115.

105. Spiral antennas for broadband applications; Nurad Technologies Inc.; MJ, January 2005, S.154-160.

106. A low profile L-Band mobile tracking antenna system; Micro-Ant Inc.; MJ, January 2005, S.162-164.

107. Integrierte Antennen für Marineschiffe; Ulrich Fuchs und Birgit Michael; Strategie und Technik, August 2005, S.58-59.

108. Technology survey: Sampling of EW/SIGINT Antennas; JED, March 2007, Vol.30, No.3, S.40-45.

Antennen-Aperturbelegungsfaktor

1. Handbuch Radar und Radarsignalverarbeitung; Albrecht Ludloff; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1993, S.2-16.

Antennenstrahldiagramm

1. What do you want in Antenna Measurement?; Samuel J. Caprio; MSN, March 1980, S.75-86

2. Fundamentals of Antenna Test and Evaluation; R. Hartman

& J. Berlekamp; MSN&CT, June 1988, S. 8-20.

3. Antenna Theory and Design, 2nd Ed; W.L. Stutzman & G.A. Thiele; John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 1998, Chapter-9:

Antennas in Systems and Antenna Measurements.

Antennenpolarisation, Polarisation

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1. Electronic Intelligence, The Analysis of Radar Signals; Chapter 4, Polarization; Richard G. Wiley; Artech House, Dedham, MA, 1982.

2. Polarization Considerations in Selecting Surveillance Antennas; John Hill; Watkins-Johnson Company, San Jose, CA, JED, August 1982, S. 31-46.

3. Polarization Measurement: Part 1; D. L. Hawthorne; WJ Tech-notes, Vol. 14, No. 6, Nov./Dec. 1987.

4. Polarization Measurement: Part 1; D. L. Hawthorne; WJ Tech-notes, Vol. 15, No. 1, Nov./Dec. 1988.

5. Designer polarization for EW Antennas; Robert O. Magatagan; JED, December 2000, S.51-53.

Antennen-Rauschtemperatur

1. Use basic concepts to determine antenna noise temperature; Robert S. Bokulic - John Hopkins University, Laurel, MD; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)3, S.107-115.

Anti-g-Anzug => Druckanzug

Antonow AN-124 RUSLAN

1. Flugzeuge - Die wichtigsten Flugzeugtypen der Welt; Riccardo Niccoli; Kaiser Verlag, Klagenfurt, 2000, S.21.

2. Flugzeuge der Welt 2001; Claudio Müller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2001, S.48.

3. Typenblatt: Antonow An-124; SuT, Mai 2002, S.49-50.

APAR

1. Aktives Schiffsradar APAR; wt 2/96, S.53.

2. Fernmeldetechnik und Elektronik: Multifunktionsradare mit aktiven, phasengesteuerten Antennen; SuT, 12/1999,

S.758.

3. Das Boden-Luft-System PAAMS; Planet AeroSpace, Nr.2. Januar-März 2001, S.34-37.

4. Fregatte 124 im Zulauf; Dietrich Stockfisch; SuT, April 2001,

S.18-20.

5. Thales Nederland APAR, Stratigiki (griechische Zeitschrift), Juni 2001, S.85.

6. Die LCF-Fregatte der Königlich Niederländischen Marine; Leo M. Van Westerhoven & Gerard van Oosbree; SuT, September 2002, S.22-26.

7. Backboards of the fleet: Shipboard Phased-Array Radars; Dimitris V. Dranidis;JED, May 2003, S.55-62.

8. Durchblick und Weitblick; Martin Billeisen; Planet AeroSpace, 4/2005, Okt./Nov./Dez., S.74-77.

APC-7-Koaxialstecker

1. Mikrowellentechnik, Grundlagen, Anwendungen, Messtechnik; G. Käs und P. Pauli; Franzis Verlag, München,

1991.

APG => AAQ

APG-63(V) [APG-70]

1. Amercan Eagles; Steve Davis; Air International, April 2004,

S.50-55.

2. Future Radar - F-15Cs with advanced radars develop cruise missile defenses, new long-range tactics; David A. Fulghum/Elmendorf AFB, Alaska; AW&ST, October 4, 2004,

S.49-51.

APG-65

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1. Multiple role Radar designed for F/A-18; Robert E. White - Hughes Aircraft; DE, January 1980, S.44-47.

2. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.218.

3. Technische Unterlage von EADS/Ulm, Airborne Systems.

APG-68

1. Introduction to Airborne Radar; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc., Mendham, NJ, 1998.

2. Defense Electronics Airborne Radar Directory; DE, May 1991, S.41-47.

APG-73

1. Introduction to Airborne Radar; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc., Mendham, NJ, 1998.

APG-76

1. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.218.

2. Introduction to Airborne Radar; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc., Mendham, NJ, 1998, S.554.

3. Defense Electronics Airborne Radar Directory; DE, May 1991, S.41-47.

APG-79

1. The APG-79 provides „limitless choices” operationally; AW&ST, April 21, 2003, S.38-39.

2. Stacking the deck - Neither nimble nor quick, the Super Hornet is a jack-of-all-trades; Bill Sweetman; JED, February 2004, S.30-37.

APG-80

1. F-16C/D Block 60 in der Entwicklung - Innere Werte; Karl Schwarz; FLUGREVUE, April 2003, S.52-55.

APN => AAQ

APN-241

1. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11,1999, S.218.

2. Introduction to Airborne Radar; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc., Mendham, NJ, 1998.

APR => AAQ

APR-39(V)

1. AN/APR-39 Warning Receiver; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.111.

2. Dalmo Victor builds APR-39; Michael Kachmar - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)13, S.23.

3. Anzeige von Litton Advanced Systems in JED, November 2000, S.17: AN/APR(V)2 Suite of Integrated Sensors and Countermeasures (SISCM).

4. AN/APR-39 Series: Radar Signal Detection Set; IECH 2001,

S.207.

APR-44

1. AN/APR-44; IECH, 2001Edition, S.208.

APS => AAQ

APS-134(V)

1. AN/APS-134(V) Maritime Surveillance Radar; James M. Smith; Texas Instruments Inc., USA, International Conference Radar 82, London, October 18-21 1982.

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APS-145

1. Introduction to Airborne Radar; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc, Mendham, NJ, 1998.

APY => AAQ

APY-1/2 AWACS Radar

1. Introduction to Electronic Warfare; D. Curties Schleher, Ph.D.; Artech House, Inc., Nordwood, MA, 1994-Printing.

2. Introduction to Airborne Radar; George W. Stimson; Scitech Publishing, Inc., Mendham, NJ, 1998.

3. AWACS, Rivet Joint and Joint STARS; David C Isby; AFM, March 2003, S.20-24.

APY-3 JSTARS Radar

1. Army ISR riflemen get the picture; Kenneth B. Sherman, JED, February 2001, S.39-43.

2. Introduction to Airborne Radar; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc., Mandham, NJ, 1998, S.549.

3. Airborne Surveillance Takes Command; Kernan Chaisson; JED, January 1999, S.43-49.

4. AWACS, Rivet Joint and Joint STARS; David C Isby; AFM, March 2003, S.20-24.

ARBS => Betankungssonde

1. EADS CASA entwickelt den ‘Boom’ von Morgen; Planet AeroSpace, 4/2004, S.47.

2. Advanced Refueling Boom - Europas Tanker-Offensive; Jose Antonio Barragan; Planet AeroSpace 1-2/2005, S.82-87.

Ariel

1. European EW: Slowing the march of AN/Dominance; Doug Richardson; JED, September 1998, S.37-45.

2. ARIEL; IECH 2001, S.76.

ARINC

1. Http://www.arinc.com

2. Arinc Protocol Tutorial (1600100-0027); 27. March 2002, Doc. Revision 1.05; Condor Engineering, Inc., Santa Barbara, CA, USA; http://www.condoreng.com

ARINC-429

1. AVIONIK; Donald H. Middleton (Hrsg); Titel der englischen Originalausgabe: Avionic Systems, bei Longman Group UK Limited 1989; Deutschsprachige Ausgabe bei Transpress Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, Berlin, 1993.

ARM, Anti Radiation Missile

1. Anti-Radar weapon development pushed; AW&ST, January 27, 1975, S.107-114.

2. AT3 Programm to speed Radar geo-locations; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.45-46.

3. New Anti-Radar missile uses dual-mode seeker; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.60.

4. Anti-radiation missile offers European consolidation route; Douglas Barrie, London; AW&ST, May 20, 2002, S.30.

Armiger

1. Moderne Luft/Boden-Bewaffnung der Luftwaffe; K. Häringer & B. Jelinek; SuT, Januar 2003, S.30-36.

2. BGT Bodenseewerk - Ein Unternehmen der Diehl VA Systeme. BGT-Firmnebroschüre, Januar 2003.

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Artillerie

1. Die Artillerieschule; R. Gall & W. Ehrmann; wt 2/96, S.19-

23.

2. Die Deutsche Artillerie sucht ihresgleichen; wt II/2002,

S.44-48.

3. Die Artillerietruppe im Heer der Zukunft - Aufgaben, Gliederung, Ausrüstung und Fähigkeiten; Heinerich Fischer; SuT, Mai 2002, S.33-42.

4. Aufklärungsfähigkeiten der Artillerie im Heer der Zukunft; Oberst Heinrich Fischer - Artillerieschule; SuT, November 2002, S.13-18.

5. Die modernste Artillerie der Welt - und ihre Defizite; Detlef H. Keller, Oberstleutnant a.D.; SuT, April 2003, S.24-28.

6. Die Artillerie im Neuen Heer; Heinrich Fischer -

Brigadegeneral; Strategie und Technik, März 2005, S.25-31.

ASAS

1. Forschen für Cockpit der nächsten Generation; Christoph Vernaleken - Institut für Flugsysteme und Regelungstechnik, Technische Universität Darmstadt; Luft- und Raumfahrt, Nr. 4, Oktober-Dezember 2004, S.22-24.

ASCII

1. PC-Lexikon; Hans Herbert Schulze; Rowohlt Taschenbuch Verlag, Hamburg, 1996.

2. Computer Lexikon - Fachwörterbuch; Ausgabe 2002; Microsoft Press Deutschland, Unterschleißheim, 2001.

ASDE-X

1. Avionics Inside; David Hughes; AW&ST, Feb. 19, 2007, S.47.

AShM

1. Anti-Ship MIssiles; Lon Nordeen, AFM, July 2001, S.82-87.

ASN => AAQ

ASPIS, Advanced/Airborne Self-Protection Integrated Suite

1. Ηλεκτρονικός Πόλεμος πάνω απο το Αιγαίο; Βασίλης Παρασκευάς; ΠΤΗΣΗ, Ιούνιος 1997, s.44-51.

2. Greek EW award; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, May 12, 2003,

S.26.

3. Hellenic Air Force inks F-16 EW contract; P. Brendan; JED, June 2003, S.30-31.

4. Seit 25 Jahren F-16 Falcon - Neue Falken startklar; Christian Hauser; FLIEGERREVUE, 3/2004, S.26-30.

ASPJ => ALQ-165

ASQ => AAQ

ASQ-213, HARM Targeting System, HTS

1. Greek F-16s may receive HTS; Martin Streetly -European Report; JED, August 1999, S.20.

ASQ-228 ATFLIR

1. Http://www.raytheon.com/es

2. US Navy selects new F/A-18 Targeting System; EC Monitor; JED, August1998, S.31-32.

3. ATFLIR for F/A-18 readies for integration testing; B. Rivers - EC Monitor; JED, May 1999, S.28-29.

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4. ATFLIR testing continues; Ec Monitor - B. Rivers; JED, June 2001, S.37-38.

5. Raytheon Awarded $78 M LRIP-2 Contract for ATFLIR Targeting Pod; MJ, Aug. 2002, S.37.

6. Scharfer Blick; Karl Schwarz; FLUGREVUE, Okt. 2002, S.50-

53.

7. ATFLIR enters full rate production; Brednan P. Rivers; JED, January 2004, S.15.

8. Stacking the deck - Neither nimble nor quick, the Super Hornet is a jack-of-all-trades; Bill Sweetman; JED, February

2004, S.30-37.

9. Raytheon delivers combat-proven ATFLIR targeting pod; Defense News; Microwave Journal, September 2004, S.58.

10. Raytheon’s ATFLIR supporting combat operations from the USS John F. Kennedy; Defense News; Microwave Journal, November 2004, S.51.

ASRAAM, AIM-132

1. Collaborative efforts driving European defense programs; Kay Atwal, et al.; DE, August 1992, S.34-44.

2. ASRAAM; IECM 2001; S.227.

3. Asraam delay provides a salutary lesson; Douglas Barrie, London; AW&ST, January 2002, S.44-45.

4. ASRAAM: Inbetriebnahme bei der Royal Air Force; Stephane Ferrard; Planet AeroSpace 1/2003, S.24,25.

5. Air-to-Air Missile Directory 2004; Rob Hewson; Air International, September 2004, S.45-57.

ASRAD-R

1. Flugabwehrsystem ASRAD-R; ds; SuT, 2/1999, S.126.

Assembler, Assemblersprache

1. PC-Lexikon; Hans Herbert Schulze; Rowohlt Taschenbuch Verlag, Hamburg, 1996.

2. Computer Lexikon - Fachwörterbuch, Ausgabe 2002; Microsoft Press Deutschland, Unterschleißheim, 2001.

ASTAC

1. Greece looks at ASTAC - European Report; Martin Streetly; JED, July 2000, S.18.

Aster

ASTOR

1. Joint STARS back in ASTOR race; Martin Streetly - European Report; JED, November 1997, S.18.

2. UK awards ASTOR contract; B. Rivers - EC Monitor; JED, July 1999, S.26-27.

3. ASTOR - Additional data; Martin Streetly - European Report; JED, August 1999, S.20.

4. Raytheon gewinnt ASTOR-Wettbewerb; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, August 1999, S.18.

5. Taking the high ground with ASTOR; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today; February 2000.

6. ASTOR Radar to begin trials during 2001 - European Report; Martin Streetly; JED, October 2000, S.18.

7. EWSP Systems selected for UK’s ASTOR program; European Report - Brendan O. Rivers; JED, May 2001, S.18.

8. ASTOR Aircraft makes first flight; european report - Brendan P. Rivers; JED, September 2001, S.19.

9. ASTOR takes shape; Tim Ripley; Air International, January 2002, S.37.

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10. Flugzeuge der Welt 2002 - Bombardier (Canadair) Global Express ASTOR; Claudio Müller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2002, S.110-111.

11. ASTOR is born; Craig Hoyle - RAF Waddington; Flight International, 11-17 July 2006, S.122-126.

ASW, Airborne Anti-Submarine Warfare

1. ASW - The deterrent; F. G. Peters - Cubic; EW, July/Aug. 1976, S.49-54.

2. U-Boot-Funkverkehr mit ELF- ein neuer Anlauf der US Navy; Dan Boyle; IWR, 7/1978, S.1149-1151.

3. Computers add new effectiveness to SOCUS/CAESAR; Jim Bussert; DE, October 1979, S.5964.

4. The Renaissance in Submarine Communications, Part III, The ELF Odyssey 1958-1979; Roland J. Starkey, Jr.; ME/C, Vol.7, No.1, January 1981, S. 26-39.

5. Erratum: The Renaissance in Submarine Communications, The ELF Odyssey; ME/C, Vol.7, No.2, February 1981, S. 28.

6. The Renaissance in Submarine Communications, Part IV:

The ELF Odyssey, continued; Roland J. Starkey, Jr.; ME/C, Vol.7, No.2, February 1981, S. 29-34.

7. The Renaissance in Submarine Communications, Part V:

Blue-Green Laser/Satellite Technology: The search for the rainbow; Roland J. Starkey, Jr.; ME/C, Vol.7, No.3, March 1981, S.48-54.

8. Anti-Submarine Warfare Oceanography, Part I: Concepts; Roland J. Starkey, Jr.; ME/C, Vol.7, No.4, April 1981, S.36-

43,72-73.

9. The Renaissance in Submarine Communications, Part V:

Blue-Green Laser/Satellite Technology: The search for the rainbow, continued; Roland J. Starkey, Jr.; ME/C, Vol.7, No.4, April 1981, S.44,45,49,69.

10. Radar and Sonar can identify targets; G. C. Gaunaurd, H.M. Überall; MSN, April 1981, S.108-113.

11. The Renaissance in Submarine Communications, Part V:

Blue-Green Laser/Satellite Technology: The search for the rainbow, conclusion; Roland J. Starkey, Jr.; ME/C, Vol.7, No.4, May 1981, S.55-58,65,66.

12. Anti-Submarine Warfare Oceanography, Part II; Roland J. Starkey, Jr.; ME/C, Vol.7, No.6, June 1981, S.65,66,68-71.

13. Sonar tests based on Bistatic Radar successes; DE, June 1981, S.101-104.

14. Anti-Submarine Warfare Oceanography, Part III; Roland J. Starkey, Jr.; ME/C, Vol.7, No.7, July 1981, S.67-72.

15. Anti-Submarine Warfare Oceanography, Part IIII; Roland J. Starkey, Jr.; ME/C, Vol.7, No.12, December 1981, S.78-82.

16. P-3C Orion Accomodates System Changes; Tug Wilson; ME/C, Vol.9, No.3, March 1983, S.39-45.

17. Undersea systems - Competition growing in ASW systems market; John F. Judge; DE, March 1985, S.138-146.

18. Versatile P-3C Orion meets growing ASW challenge; Lori A. McClelland; DE, April 1985, S.132-141

19. Antisubmarine Warfare - Versatile P-3C Orion meets growing ASW challenge; Lori A. McClelland; DE, April 1985,

S.132-141.

20. Systeme zur U-Bootbekämpfung; Joel S. Wit; Beitrag in „Rüstung und Sicherheit”, Spektrum der Wissenschaft, Heidelberg, 1985, S.104-116.

21. Tough problems in arctic ASW; Dr. Garry M. Jacyna; JED, March 1986, S.37-58.

22. Meeting todays ASW challenge; John C. Dale, Fred W. Weidmann; DE, June 1986, S.91-97.

23. The Case for the Air-Transportable Towed Array; Marc Liebman; DE, April 1987, S.140-153.

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24. Can the Navy avert an air ASW airframe shortfall; James W. Rawles; DE, March 1988, S.59-74.

25. LAMPS lights the way to new Soviel Subs; Paul R. Jaszka; DE, March 1989, S.62-67.

26. Signal Processors give Navy an edge in ASW; J.A. Cochran & C.A. Weaver, Jr.; DE, March 1989, S.79-87.

27. The Electronics of Airborne ASW; Todd Shumway; DE, April. 1990, S.68-71.

28. ASW planners confront old and new threats; Myron Struck; DE, July 1991, S.49-57.

29. U-Jagd-Sonarsysteme der deutschen Marine, Sachstand und Ausblick; Gert Maass; SuT, 12/1995, S.789-794.

30. ASW, Anti-Submarine Warfare, Out of the depths; Alan Dawes; Air International, March 2001, S.148-153.

31. Western Anti-Submarine Warfare; David Hobbs; Air International, February 2005, S.38-44.

ATC, Air-Traffic Controll

1. New Techniques to Air-Traffic Control Radars; Charles E. Muehe, et al.; Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol.62, No.6, June 1974, S.716-723.

2. Air traffic control radars; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 14, 2002, S.207-209.

3. Air traffic control radars; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 13, 2003, S.199-201.

ATCAS => ACAS

ATE => Mikrowellen-Mess & Testmittel

ATF, Advanced Tactical Fighter

1. Sleek, swift, superior; John Haystead; JED, November 1983,

S.53-54.

2. ATF programm faces tough challenges; James W. Rawles; DE, September 1987, S.61-74.

3. ATF programm gathers momentum; James W. Rawles; DE, Luly 1988, S.43-51.

4. ATF speeding through dem/val (phase); James W. Rawles; DE, May 1990, S. 37-41. [dem=demonstration, val=validation]

5. Northrop-McDonnell fly ATF; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)10, S.21.

ATFLIR => ASQ-228

ATIRCM => ALQ-212

ATM

1. Kommunikation: ATM ComputerSysteme GmbH - Partner für kundenspezifische Problemlösungen; Tec-Knowledge;wt III/2002, S.22-25.

Atmosphäre

1. Enzyklopädie Naturwissenschaft und Technik, Band A-D; Verlag Moderne Industrie, München, 1979.

2. Troposcatter flourishes between Satcom and Terrestrial LOS Systems (Review); MSN, November 1980, S.19-26.

Atmosphärische Verluste

1. Die Radargleichung, Ableitung, Parameter, Formen, Beispiele; Werner Gerlitzki; AEG-Telefunken, Dokument N 14/1138, Ausgabe 577(Gr).

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2. Coping with Rain above 11 GHz (Attenuation); Fulvio Ananasso; MSN, March 1980, S.58-72.

3. Prototype Tests Secure Millimeter Communications (Millimeter Receiver); Paul G. Steffes & Ronald A. Meck; MSN, October 1980, S.59-68.

4. Computer Programm Predicts Rain Attenuation; George V. Kinal; MSN, August 1981, S.118-119.

5. Atmospheric Attenuation; MSDH, 4th Ed., July 1986, Vol. 16, No.7, S.387.

6. The application of Imaging Sensors to Aircraft landings in adverse weather; Stuart W. Greenwood - Uni of Maryland; MJ, September 1992, S.80-89.

Atmosphärische Effekte

1. Atmospheric Effects on Radio Wave Propagation; Part I; John B. Beach; DE, December 1979, S.95-98.

2. Atmospheric Effects on Radio Wave Propagation; Part II; John B. Beach; DE, February 1980, S.75-83.

3. Atmospheric Effects on IR/EO Propagation; Part III; John B. Beach; DE, April 1980, S.77-85.

4. Computerized Data Help Predict Anomalous Propagation (Review); Stefan Geisenheyner; MSN, April 1982, S.45-46.

5. A practical guide to anomalous propagation, Part 1; Harvey Ko - John Hopkins Uni, Laurel, MD; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)4, S.71-76.

6. Guide EM waves with atmospheric ducts; J.B. Knorr - Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)5, S.67-70.

7. Don’t let ducting clutter system specs, Part 2; Harvey Ko - John Hopkins Uni, Laurel, MD; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)6, S.103-108.

8. How accurate is range correction? Gregory Robertshaw, Mitre Corp., Bedford, MA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)3,

S.129-132.

9. Communications EW, Part 2 - HF Propagation; Dave Adamy; JED, July 2003, S.64-65.

Atomuhren

1. Fundamentals of Time and Frequency Standards; Hewlett- Packard Application Note 52-1, Rev. October 1974.

2. Cesium clocks keep the world on time; Helmut Hellwig - Frequency and Time Systems, Beverly, MA; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)9, S.131-138.

3. Atomic oscillator fits in your palm; Barry E. Manz - Chief Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)4, S.127-128.

4. Microprocessor governs cesium frequency standard; Product of Frequency and Time Systems, Beverly, MA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)10, S.131.

5. Reap unseen benefits from NAVSTAR-GPS; Hugo Fruehauf - Ball, Irvine, CA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)12, S.113-117.

6. Compact atomic source has high stability - Product of EG&G Frequency Products, Salem, MA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)13, S.160-161.

ATR 72 ASW

1. Turkey selects ATR 72 ASW; News, Air Forces Monthly, March 2005, S.8.

Aufklärung - Reconnaissance

1. Shooting with sensors: Tac Recce shifts to the Fighters; Brendan P. Rivers; JED, September1999, S.37-43.

2. The future of ISR; Brendan P. Rivers; JED, December1999,

S.37-41.

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3. Aufklärungsverbund, Nachrichtengewinnung und Aufklärung; Jürgen Pöppelmann; wt, I/2000, S.80-85.

4. EADS maximiert Leistungen für den Informationsverbund der Streitkräfte; H.W.S:; wt, IV/2000, S.248-250.

5. Aufklärung der Bundeswehr im nationalen Verbund; Jürgen Pöppelmann; wt, I/2003, S.82-85.

6. Seefernaufklärung aus der Luft tut Not! Gottfried Reichert; wt, I/2003, S.93-99.

7. Die Strategische Aufklärung in der Bundeswehr; Strategische Aufklärung warum und wozu; Jürgen Pöppelmann; wt II/2004, S.24-34.

8. Der erste SAR-Lupe-Satellit im All; Sascha Lange; SuT, Februar 2007, S.14-16.

Auswertung

1. Begriffe der Elektronischen Kampfführung; Herausgegeben von ‘DaimlerChrysler Aerospace AG, Führung und Kommunikation’, Ulm, 1999.

Autoflug GmbH

1. Autoflug GmbG & Co; Peter Streubel; wt I/2000, S.96.

2. Sicherheit hat einen Namen AUTOFLUG; Marketing Sektion, WT-Profil; wt, IV/2000, S.123-126.

Autopilot

1. Cockpit-Instrumente; Peter Bachmann; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1998.

2. Avionics for the Pilot; Joe Johnston; Airlife Publishing Ltd, Shrewsbury, UK, 1998.

AV-8B, Harrier

1. AV-8B Harrier II moves into the field with the Marines; J.F.J.; DE, December 1984, S.84, 87.

2. The Navy’s new electronic look; Scott R. Gourley; DE, June 1990, S.92-97.

3. Classics compared - 3: Sea Hawk and Sea Harrier; Jon Lake; Air International, December 1999, S.346-356.

4. Flugzeug-Katalog 2000, Militärflugzeuge; Boeing AV-8B Harrier II; GeraNova Verlag, München.

5. Flugzeuge, Die wichtigsten Flugzeugtypen der Welt; Riccardo Niccoli; Kaiser Verlag, Klagenfurt, 2001, S.98.

6. Flugzeuge der Welt, 2001; Claudio Müller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2001, S.90-91.

7. Sea Harrier - Falklands veteran; David Hobbs; Air International, May 2002, S.298-301.

8. RAF combat aircraft; Dave Willis; AFM, November 2002,

S.38-45.

9. Evolution of the Harrier II; Lt Col Michael K Hile; AIR International, January 2004, S.16-20.

10. Flightline: BAE Systems Sea Harrier; Flugrevue, Dezember 2004, S.37-40.

Avionik, Avionics

1. Planning beginns for V/STOL Avionics; James Fawcette; EW/DE, February 1978, S.48-52.

2. Avionics design requires standardization; EW/DE, February 1978, S.54-59.

3. Air Force Avionics Lab research; James E. Adair - Wright Patterson AFB, OH; MJ, May 1978, S.30-32.

4. Avionics for the 1980s; ME/C, Vol.4, No.6, June 1978, S.20-

27.

5. Avionics Frequencies are jumping; EW/DE, November 1978,

S.68-69.

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6.

Airborne Electronics in the Age of High-Speed Integrated Circuits; Jim Martin; DE, July 1980, S:53-60.

7.

Luck and Foresight Mold Avionics Evolution (OPinion); Irving M. Gottlieb; MSN, March 1982, S.34,39.

8.

From Cockpit to conference room - and back again; Joseph K. Black - Werner Robins AFB Air Logistics Center; JED, November 1983, S.31-35.

9.

Avionics systems don’t fail, components and board fail; Michael Kachmar; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)3, S.38.

10.

F-20 Avionics - Tigershark Avionics on target; Bruce Gumble; DE, April 1985, S.107-113.

11.

Air Force standardizing Avionics; Maj. Gen. George Monahan, Jr.; DE, August 1985, S.120-130.

12.

Strengthening America’s air arm - Critical Programm Reviews: Aicraft & Avionics; DE, July 1986, S.129-142.

13.

Tight budgets boost Avionics retrofit market; Don Dugdale; DE, May 1987, S.48-53.

14.

AVIONIK; Donald H. Middleton (Hrsg); Titel der englischen Originalausgabe: Avionic Systems, bei Longman Group UK Limited 1989; Deutschsprachige Ausgabe bei Transpress Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, Berlin, 1993.

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15. Avionics - The brains of an aircraft - Avionics Product Spotlight; DE, March 1995, S.26-29.

16. Avionics upgrades enhance aircraft and aircrew capabilities; Curt Alway; DE, July 1995, s.18-21.

17. Fundamentals of Fighter Design, Part 8 - Avionics I; Ray Whitford; Air International, May 1997, S.276-281.

18. Fundamentals of Fighter Design, Part 9 -Avionics II; Ray Whitford; Air International, July 1997, S.47-54.

19. Safety the prime issue in commercial avionics; David Steigman, Teal Croup; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 14, 2002, S.203-204.

20. Lightening the load, past & present, Part 1; Mike Hirst; Air International, November 2003, S.82-86.

21. Lightening the load, past & present, Part 2; Mike Hirst; Air International, December 2003, S.40-42.

AVR-2

1. AVR-2; IECM, 2001 Edition, S.209.

AWACS => E-3 A/C

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B
B

B Band => Frequenzbandbezeichnungen

B-1B Lancer

1. B-1 der neue Hyberschallbomber für die USAF; SuT, 5/1971,

S.252-253.

2. Boeing (Rockwell) B-1B „Lancer”; SuT, Januar 2003, S.29-30.

3. Aircraft of the USAF; Mark Ayton; AFM, August 2003, S.72-

87.

B-2 Spirit

1. B-2 Spirit - Stealthy global bomber; Robert F Dorr; AFM, May 2002, S.42-47.

2. Aircraft of the USAF; Mark Ayton; AFM, August 2003, S.72-

87.

3. Northrop Grumman awarded contract for B-2 Radar modernization; Defense News; Microwave Journal, November 2004, S.52.

B-52 Stratofortress

1. Boeing B-52H Stratofortress; Jon Lake; Air International, May 2001, S.286-293.

2. Aircraft of the USAF; Mark Ayton; AFM, August 2003, S.72-

87.

BAE SYSTEMS

1. Http://www.baesystems.com

2. BAe and MES merge; Martin Streetly - European Report; JED, January 2000, S.18.

3. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 14, 2002.

4. IECH 2001, S.352.

5. Top 25 EW 2001; B. Callan & M. Lynch; JED, May 2001,

S.59-52.

6. BAE SYSTEMS; Peter Preylowski - Oberst a.D.; SuT, 2/2000,

S.99.

Bandspreizung - Spread Spectrum, SS

1. A Spread Spectrum ranging technique for aerospace vehicles; R.C. Dixon - TRW Systems, CA; Reprint from a

paper in the 20th Annual Southwestern IEEE Conf. and Exhibition Rec., April 17-19, 1968 and published by TRW.

2. Spektrale Spreizung als Multiplex-Verfahren - Eine Einführung; Michael Aldinger, et al. - AEG, Ulm; NTZ 28(1975) H.3, S.79-88.

3. Spread Spectrum Techniques are revolutionizing communications; C. L. Cuccia; MSN, September 1977, S.37.

4. Jamming low power Spread Spectrum Radar; Gilbert R. Johnson; EW/DE, Sept./Oct. 1977, S.103-112.

5. Abhör- und störfester Funkverkehr durch Breitbandspreizung; G.S. Sundaram; IWR, 3/1978, S.433-

434.

6. Spread Spectrum: Principles and possible application to

spectrum utilization and allocation; William F. Utlaut; IEEE Communications Society Magazine, September 1978, S.21-

30.

7. Understanding low power Spread Spectrum Radars; Gilbert R. Johnson; EW/DE, November 1978, S.75-77.

8. Spread-Sprectum devices cater to new systems; Roger D. Colvin; Microwaves, 20(1981)2, S.65-67,71,74,80.

9. Spread-Spectrum Radios thwart hostile jammers; Marc Spellman - Harris, Melbourne, FL; Microwaves, 20(1981)9,

S.85-90.

10. Spread Spectrum Systems serve nearly all C 3 aspects; MSN, April 1982, S.78-91.

11. Spread Spectrum use likely to expand; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, January 3, 1983, S.55-58.

12. Improved matched filters sharpen spread spectrum, Part 1; George D. O’Clock, Jr. Professor, Mankato State University, MN; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)9, S.125-129.

13. Matched-filter SNR boosts performance, Part 2; George D. O’Clock, Jr. Professor, Mankato State University, MN; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)10, S.91-94,126.

14. Receiver IC buttresses spread-spectrum systems; Leendert B. Quist - RF Micro Devices, Greensboro, NC; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)5, S.215-222.

15. Spread-spectrum system provides positioning data; Fu-Nian Ku - Hughes Network Systems, Germantown, MD; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)3, S.63-68.

16. Test group focuses on spread spectrum; Victor Perrote - Executive Editor; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)9, S.121-122.

Barittdioden

1. Baritt diodes advance to Ka Band; P.N. Förg & J. Freyer - TU Munich; Microwaves, 20(1981)4, S.61-65.

2. Baritt-Dioden für das V-band; U. Güttich; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.13, No.1, 1987, S.37-40.

3. Mikrowellentechnik, Bd.2; Erich Pehl; Hüthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1989, S.234.

Barometrischer Höhenmesser

1.

2.

3.

4.

Funkortung und Funknavigation; Erwin Lertes; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1995, S.138.

AVIONIK; Donald H. Middleton (Hrsg); Titel der englischen Originalausgabe: Avionic Systems, bei Longman Group UK Limited 1989; Deutschsprachige Ausgabe bei Transpress Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, Berlin, 1993, S.195.

Enzyklopädie Naturwissenschaft und Technik; Bd E-J; Verlag Moderne Industrie, München, 1980, S.1865.

Jagdflugzeuge - Die modernen Typen; Mike Spick; Motorbuchverlag, Stuttgart, 1999, S.9. Titel der englischen Originalausgabe: Modern Fighters, Pegasus Publishing Ltd, Limpsfield, 1999.

Barracuda

1. Unbemannter UAV Demonstrator eröffnet EADS neue Technologieperspektiven; Wolfram Wolff; Mforum, Mai 2006, S.4-7.

Batterie

1. Brockhaus - Naturwissenschaften und Technik; Bd.1.A-Ek.- 1989 & Bd.2.El-In.-1989.

2. PC-Lexikon; Hans Herbert Schulze; Rowohlt, Hamburg,

1996.

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3. Computer Lexikon - Fachwörterbuch, Ausgabe 2002; Microsoft Press Deutschland, Unterschleißheim, 2001.

Baud, Bd

1. Nachrichtentechnik, Übertragung und Verarbeitung; Herter - Röcker; Carl Hansen Verlag, München Wien, 1976, S.140.

BAW, Bulk Acoustic Wave

1. BAW devices fit compact delay lines; E. Kirchner - Teledyne Microwave, Mountain View, CA, et al.; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)2, S.139-150.

2. Storing analog signals is easy as BAW; Anzeige der Firma Andersen Laboratorien in MSN, February 2002, Rückseite des Deckblatts.

Beugung, Diffraktion

1. Physik; 14. Auflage, Gerthsen-Kneser-Vogel; Springer- Verlag, Berlin, 1982.

2. College Physics; 6th Ed.; Sears - Zemansky - Young, Addison-Wesley Publ. Company, 1985.

BGT

1. http://www.bgt.de

2. Diehl VA Systems - Leistungsträger für Verteidigungssysteme und Avionik - BGT Bodenseewerk; SuT, September 2001, S.35-37.

3. BGT Bodenseewerk - Ein Unternehmen der Diehl VA Systeme; Firmenbroschüre, Überlingen, 2003.

4. Diehl VA Systeme - Verteidigung und Avionik; Überlingen,

2003.

BIGSTAF (Breitbandiges, Intergriertes Gefechtsstand-Fernmeldenetz)

1. Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; Gerhard Hubatscheck (Hrsg); Report-Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 1999.

2. Der Funknetzanteil BIGSTAF; Michael Stoof, Typenbegleitoffizier von BIGSTAF; SuT, 10/2000, S.655-659.

3. BIGSTAF, Breitbandiges, Integriertes Gefechtsstand- Fernmeldenetz;HJW; wt, II/2002, S.35.

Bikonische, Doppelkonische Dipolantennen

1. EM Systems, Model A6432: EM Systems, Inc., Santa Anna, Sunnyvale, CA, Antennas & Direction Finding Systems, S.39.

2. Watkins-Johnson, Model WJ-8549: Watkins-Johnson Company, San Jose, CA, Antennas und Antenna Systems,

S.42/43.

3. EM Systems, Model A6277: EM Systems, Inc., Santa Anna, Sunnyvale, CA, Antennas & Direction Finding Systems, S.42.

BiLog-Antennen

1. Neues von Rohde & Schwarz, Heft 165 (1999/V), S.18-19.

2. What to look for in an EMC Antenna; Tim Williams; 1999 Annual Reference Guide, Compliance Engineering European Ed., S.77-80.

BITE

1. AVIONIK; Donald H. Middleton (Hrsg); Titel der englischen Originalausgabe: Avionic Systems, bei Longman Group UK Ltd, 1989; Deutschsprachige Ausgabe bei Transpress Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, Berlin, 1993.

Bitfehlerrate, BER

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1. Calculate bit error rate for digital radio signal transmission; Jorgen Sandberg - ESA, The Netherlands; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)6, S.97-106.

2. Gauge bit-error rate as function of signal-to-noise ratio; Robert J. Kerczewski, et al. - Nat. Aeronautics and Space Administration, Cleveland, OH; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)2, S.107-113.

3. BER analyzer checks com system data - product of SyntheSys Research, Menlo Park, CA; Jack Browne - Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)9, S.126.

4. Photonik, Grundlagen, Komponenten und Systeme; Prof. Dr. Jürgen Jahns - Fern-Universität Hagen; Oldenburg Verlag München Wien, 2001.

Blitzschutz

1. Von Blitz getroffen - mehr Schutz für Elektronik und neue Werkstoffe; Planet AeroSpace, Nr. 3/2003, Juli-August- September, S.14-17.

2. Wenn der Blitz einschlägt - Keine Angst vor elektrischen Entladungen; Flug Revue, November 2007, S.90-93.

Bluetooth

1. CeBIT - Die Zukunft hat schon begonnen, Trend Funkübertragung - Bluetooth; Klaus Buch; SuT, Juli 2001,

S.55-57.

BMEWFS

1. UK BMEWS to Raytheon; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)8,

S.65.

Bodenwellen - Ground Waves

1. Satellitenortung und Navigation; Werner Mansfeld; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1998, S. 67.

Boden-Radar

1. DoD turns to GaAs technology for ground-based radars; John Rhea - Freelance Writer; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)5,

S.47-53.

Boeing

1. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999.

2. JED, February 2001, S.75.

3. Flugzeuge der Welt 2001; Glaudio Müller; Motorbuch

Verlag, Stuttgart, 2001.

4. US Strategic Bombers; Robert F. Dorr; AFM, July 2001, S.26-

31.

5. Wolf in sheep’s clothing - Boeing 737 military derivatives, Part 1; Jon Lake; Air International, December 2003, S.60-64.

6. Wolf in sheep’s clothing - Boeing 747, 757 and 767 military derivatives, Part 2; Jon Lake; Air International, March 2004,

S.48-53.

7. Wolf in sheep’s clothing - Boeing 707 and 727 military derivatives, Part 3; Jon Lake; Air International, May 2004,

S.52-56.

8. Boeing KC-767: A new Stratotanker? Air International, October 2004, S.38-41.

9. GEnx gegen Trent 1000; Triebwerkswettbewerb bei den

neuen Airlinern; Patrick Hoeveler; FLUG REVUE, April 2005,

S.86-87.

10. Boeing KC-767: Pumped for action; Guy Norris, et al.; Flight International, 11-17 July 2006, S.91-97.

11. Radar on Auto; David Hughes; AW&ST, July 3, 2006, S.50-

53.

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12. All-in-One Surveillance; David Hughes; AW&ST, July 3, 2006, S.53-54.

Boeing 737 AEW&C Wedgetail

1. Kleines AWACS mit großer Leistung; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE; März 2005, S.58-62.

Boeing 777

1. Gegenangriff mit dem „Worldliner” - Roll-out der Boeing 777-200 RL; Sebastian Steinke; Revue, April 2005, S.22-26.

Boeing 787

1. Für den Punkt-zu-punkt-Verkehr: Boeing 787 Dreamliner; Karl-Dieter Sefert; FLIEGERREVUE, 4/2005, S.10-13.

2. Boeing 787: Integration’s next step; James W. Ramsey; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, June 2005.

3. Boeing 787: Luftfahrtelektronik neuer Generation; Joseph Wlad & Wind River; Luft- und Raumfahrt, 4/2005, S.28-30.

4. Halbzeit für die 787; Sebastian Steinke; FLUG REVUE, September 2005, S.22-26.

5. Boeing Stellt 787-Cockpit vor; Sebastian Steinke; FLUG REVUE, November 2005, S.34-35.

6. Dreierbande; Patrick Hoeveler; FLUG REVUE, Dezember 2005, S.85-86.

7. B787 Cockpit: Boeing’s Bold Move; David Jensen; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, November 2005.

8. Dreamliner Premiere - Roll-out in Everett; Sebastian Steinke; FLUG REVUE, September 2007, S.24-29.

BOL Countermeasures Dispenser

1. Technische Firmenunterlage ‘BOL Countermeasures Dispenser’, 6794B 01-10 HRLA; Saab Avionics, Järfälla, Schweden.

Bomben

1. Aircraft armament; Roy Braybrook; Air International; November 2003, S.88-92.

Bomber

1. B-1 der neue Hyerschallbomber für die USAF; SuT, 5/1971,

S.252-253.

2. Blackjack and Beyond; Malcolm Davis; Air International, November 1998, S.274-278.

3. New roles for the bone; Lt Col George A Larson, USAF (Rtd); Air International, December 1998, S.

4. Heavy bombers: Last roundup; Richard Aboulafia - Teal Group; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999,

S.20.

5. Air Force Special - Militärfuftfahrt heute, No.2; GeraNova Zeitschriftenverlag GmbH, München, 2000-2.

6. Boeing B-52H Stratofortress; Jon Lake; Air International, May 2001, S.286-293.

7. US Strategic Bombers; Robert F. Dorr; Air Forces Monthly, July 2001, S.26-31.

8. Bombers attract renewed interest; Richard Aboulafia, Teal Group; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book; January 14, 2002,

S.24.

9. Renaissance of the heavy bomber? Carlo Kopp; Air International, May 2003, S.44-48.

10. Litening Strike; Air Forces Monthly, June 2003, S.12.

11. Die drei Musketiere; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Juni 2004,

S.38-44.

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12. 50 Years of Boeing Jetliners; Ian Goold; Air International, August 2004, S.35-50.

13. Der Einsatz von Bombern im 21. Jahrhundert; Alain Berger; Fliegerkalender - Internationales Jahrbuch der Luft- und Raumfahrt 2005, Verlag E.S. Mitter & Sohn, Hamburg, Berlin, Bonn, S.127-136.

Braggzellempfänger - Bragg Cell Receiver

1. Interaction between light and sound; Robert Adler; IEEE Spectrum, May 1967, S.42.

2. Acoustooptic Deflection Materials and Techniques; Naoya Uchida and Nobukazu Niizeki; Proc. Of the IEEE, Vol. 61, No. 8, August 1973, S.1073.

3. All about Bragg Cells; EW, July/Aug. 1976, S.37.

4. The D-70R as a Broadband, Wide-Open Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer; ICH, 2nd Ed., June 1976/77, S.402-404.

5. Real-Time Spectrum Analysis Using Bragg Cell Techniques; ICH, 2nd Ed., June 1976/77, S.564-567.

6. Acousto-optics light the path to broadband ESM receiver design; Steven Peliotis; Microwaves, 16(1977)9, S.54.

7. Optical Channelized Receiver Applications to Radar; Richard A. Coppock, u.a.; SPIE Vol. 128, Effective Utilization of Optics in Radar Systems (1977), S.234.

8. Bragg Cells Spur Interest in Analog Processing for Surveillance Receivers; DE, April 1978, S.60.

9. Bragg Cell RF Signal Processing; R.A. Coppock, et al. - GTE Sylvania, Mountain View; MJ, September 1978, S.62- 65.

10. Integrated optical spectrum analyzer: an imminent „chip”; Dean B. Anderson; IEEE spectrum, December 1978, S.22.

11. Bragg Cells Arrive; MSN, September 1979, S.122.

12. Acousto-optical Processing Opens New Vistas in Surveillance and Warning Receivers; William S. Oakley; DE, October 1979, S.91-101.

13. Acousto-Optics Advance ESM; J.H. Collins; MSN, December 1979, S.37-44.

14. Sensor Spectrum Analyzer Developed; Benjamin M. Elson; AW&ST, March 1980, S.81.

15. Integrated Optical RF Spectrum Analyzer; D. Mergerian & E.C. Malarkey; MJ, September 1980, S.37.

16. Acousto-Optics - A Review of Fundamentals; Adrianus Korpel; Proc. Of IEEE, Vol. 69, No.1, January 1981, S.48.

17. Acousto-Optic Signal Processing: Convolution and Correlation; William T. Rhodes; Proc. of the IEEE, Vol. 69, No. 1, January 1981, S.65.

18. Microwave Acoustic Advances; MSN, May 1981, S.78.

19. Optics Integrated for Processing; MSN, May 1981, S.92.

20. Optical Signal Processing; David Casasent; Electro-Optical Systems Design; June 1981, S.39.

21. Interferometric spectrum analyzer; A. Vander Lugt; Applied Optics, Vol.20, No.16, 15 August 1981, S.2770.

22. Acousto-Optic Processing Increases EW Capabilities; B.J. Berg, M.W. Casseday, and I.J. Abramovitz; MSN, February 1982, S.106-118.

23. Optics Processing Is Going to Burgeon in the Next Decade; Richard Hartman und Dr. John Grisby; DE, April 1982, S.35.

24. Acousto-Optic Bragg Cells Speed EW Signal Processing; Charles L. Grasse and David L. Brubaker; MSN, January 1983, S.53-69.

25. Surveillance Receiver Uses Bragg Cell System; Alan Seward (Defence Research Establishment); MSN, September 1983,

S.64A-64I.

26. Acoustooptics may replace electronic processing; M. Lawrence - British Aerospace, Bristol, UK; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)11 (November), S.81-86.

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27. Second Generation Bragg Cell Receiver; John Yarborough; JED, October 1985, S.101.

28. Acousto-Optic Channelized Receiver; I.C. Chang; MJ, March 1986, S.141-157.

29. Siemens Testing new RWRs, Elint Equipment for Multinational Aircraft; AW&ST, February 16, 1987, S.71.

30. Siemens, Defence Report, No 23, Electronics for Defence, Special Issue for Paris - Le Bourget Air Show, June 1987.

Firmenunterlagen

1. Itek Applied Technology: Bragg Cell L500, 6/79.

2. Itek Applied Technology: Bragg Cell L1000, DS-249.

Brechung, Refraktion

Physik; 14. Auflage, Gerthsen - Kneser - Vogel; Springer- Verlag, Berlin, 1982.

College Physics; Sears - Zemansky - Young, 6th Ed., Addison-Wesley Publ. Company, 1985.

Breguet BR 1150 Atlantic

1. Flugzeuge der Welt, heute - morgen; W. Green & D. Punnett; Werner Classen Verlag, Zürich/Stuttgart, 1971.

2. Atlantic M4 - das neue Seeaufklärungs- und U-Jagd- Flugzeug der französischen Marine; IWR, 1/1979, S.115-

117.

3. Die Kampfwertsteigerung der Breguet Atlantic; Joachim Schulze-Lauen; wt, 5/87/, S.38-40.

4. Nutzungsdauerverlängerung (NDV) Breguet 1150 Atlantic; SuT, 12/1999, S.734.

5. MPA - Wie sieht der Nachfolger aus? Jürgen Pöppelmann; wt, IV/1999, S.68-71.

6. Breguet 1150 Atlantic; SuT, Dezember 2001, S.39.

7. Wettbewerb um den Atlantic-Nachfolger; Karl Schwarz, FLUG REVUE, Oktober 2002, S.58-59.

8. Marineflieger Atlantics; S. De Graef & R. Borremans; AFM, Issue 177, December 2002, S.48-52.

9. Seefernaufklärung aus der Luft tut Not! Gottfried Reichert; wt, I/2003, S.93-99.

10. Im Wettbewerb um die Atlantic-Nachfolge; pp; SuT, April 2003, S.63.

11. Einsatz vor Mogadishu; Kaj-Gunnar Sievert; FLIEGERREVUE, 7/2003, S.24-27.

12. Atlantique replacement up in the air; Europear Report, Michal Fiszer; JED, July 2003, S.23.

13. Naval Air Wing 3 - Graf Zeppelin; Mark Ayton; Air Forces Monthly, February 2005, S.58-63.

14. Orion löst Atlantic ab; Rainer Schmid; FLIEGERREVUE, 3/2005, S.30.

Breitbandantennen => Antennen

1. Breitband-Antennen; G. Dubost & S. Zisler; R. Oldenburg Verlag, München, Wien, 1977.

2. AEL, American Electronic Laboratories, Inc.: Antennas, Antenna Masts, Mounts and Adapters, 1987.

3. Rohde & Schwarz, Catalog 1999/2000, Antennen HF - VHF - UHF - SHF, München, 1999.

Breitbandempfänger = > Empfänger

Brimstone

1. Brimstone; IECM 2001, S.244.

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Bus

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

IEEE standard digital interface for programmable instrumentation; ICH, 2nd Ed., 1976/77, S.374-380.

Mux Bus Tester Surfaces; Louis A. Ciasulli; DE, August 1979,

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2. Strategic success story; Mark Nichols; AFM, January 2000,

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