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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, enthlt diejenigen Literaturquellen schtzungsweise 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. Das vorliegende Dokument erhebt keinen Anspruch auf Vollstndigkeit oder Aktualitt. Ich bernehme auch keine Verantwortung fr etwaige Fehler bzw. fehlerhafte Angaben. Bin allerdings ber Verbesserungsvorschlge und Korrekturen sehr dankbar.

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A Band => Frequenzbandbezeichnungen AAA, Anti Aircraft Artillery


U.S. Lexicon: Code names; ICH, 3rd Ed., 1977/78, S.86-102. A better antiaircraft gunfire control system? DE, January 1980, S.84-86. Fire control on the modern battlefield; Tom Baranauskas; 1. DE, October 1987, S.137-144. 2. 3. AAI Corporation Http://www.aaicorp.com AOC corporate member profiles; JED, February 2004, S.5172.

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

AAR => AAQ AAR-44(V)


The Missile Warning challenge; Dr. Meir Danino; JED, July 1999, S.45-50. Errata: JED, September 1999, S.34. AN/AAR-44/44A; IECH, 2001, S.198. Technische Unterlage von Raytheon/E-Systems, Goleta Division, CA, USA: AAR-44(V) Advanced Missile Warning for Aircraft Survivability.

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AAR-47
New F/A-18 EW suite encounters large cost rise, but small delay; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.47-49. AN/AAR-47 upgrades continue; B. Rivers - EC Monitor; JED, January 1999, S.32-34. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.208. AAR-47 gains dual function; AW&ST, November 15, 1999, S.44. You bet your life: Todays Missile Warning Systems; Don Herskovitz; JED, April 2000, S.54. Testing of AN/AAR-47 upgrade returns to white sands - EC Monitor; K. Sherman; JED, December 2000, S.26-30. AN/AAR-47; IECH, 2001, S.198.

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

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


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AAQ-13 & AAQ-14 => Lantirn AAQ-16

Http://www.raytheon.com/es/esproducts Night vision system adds Laser target designator; J.R.R.; DE, July 1992, S.14. 1.

AAR-54(V)
Technische Unterlage von Northrop Grumman, Baltimore, Maryland, USA: AN/AAR-54(V) Passive Missile Approach Warning System, DS-057-DSM-0996. MAWS selected for Luftwaffe C-160s - EC Monitor; B. Rivers; JED, August 2000, S.28-29. AN/AAR-54(V); IECH, 2001, S.199. Als Flugkrperwarnsystem fr die Transall; pp; SuT, Juni 2004, S.59.

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AAQ-24(V), Nemesis, DIRCM


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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 Asias premier air show; JED, April 2002, S.26-27. 10. Technische Unterlage von Northrop Grumman Electronics Systems Integration International, Rolling Meadows, IL,

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AAR-57(V)
Http://www.sanders.com Less agile, sharper eyes; S. Carroll; JED, July 1999, S.48. Passive UV Missile-Warning Systems; Larry De Cosimo, et al.; JED, December 1999, S.51-54. You bet your life: Todays Missile Warning Systems; Don Herskovitz; JED, April 2000, S.51-56. AN/AAR-57 CMWS; IECH 2001, S.199.

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AAR-58
Raytheon Decoy to protect B-1; Michael A. Dornheim Goleta, CA; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.61. AN/AAR-58; IECH 2001, S.200.

AAR-60

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Germany examining Missile Warners for C-160s - EC Monitor; B. Rivers; JED, April 1999, S.30-31. Les agile, sharper eyes; S. Carroll; JED, July 1999, S. 48. Technische Unterlage von DASA/LFK/Thomson-CSF: EW Suite for Helicopter. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.207. MAWS selected for Luftwaffe C-160s - EC Monitor; B. Rivers; JED, August 2000, S.28-29. Germany defines MILDS requirement; European Report Martin Streetly; JED, September 2000, S.18.

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 fr Elektronik und neue Werkstoffe; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr. 3/2003, Juli-AugustSeptember, S.14-17.

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Abschlsse - Terminators
Introduction to Resistors & Terminators; KDI Electronics Alpha, Inc.; MSDH, 4th Ed., July 1986, Vol.16, No.7, S.196237.


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AAS => AAQ

AAS-44(V), Infrared Laser Detecting-Ranging-Tracking 1. Set

Abschwcher - Attenuators

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Koaxiale HF-Dmpfungsglieder, Technologie und Dmpfungsmessverfahren; F. Weinert & B.O. Weinschel; Mikrowellen Journal, 3-75, S.161-164. Http://www.raytheon.com/es/esproducts US Navy buys IR Ranging and Detection Systems; B. Rivers, 2. Attenuating circumstances, microwave passive coaxial attenuators - An overview; Bill Painter - Omni Spectra; MJ, EC Monitor; JED, July 1999, S.33-34. April 1977, S.16-23. Predator flew with target designator over Kosovo; B. 3. Coaxial attenuators handle 50 W over multi-octave Bands; Rivers, EC Monitor; JED, September 1999, S.33-34. C. Staeger & D. Pochard; MSN, May 1978, S.74-77. 4. Introduction to Attenuators; Anzeige von KDI Electronics; Abgaswolke MSDH, 4th Ed., July 1986, Vol.16, No.7, S.114-141. Kombiniertes Scheinziel fr die Luftwaffe (KSL); SuT, 5. Attenuators boost dynamic range of radar receivers; Asad 12/2000, S.820-821. M. Madni, et al - Systron Donner, Van Nuys, CA; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)3, S.93-100. ABL, AirBorne Laser 6. Selecting and specifying attenuators; M. C. Barnard; MSN, Teams to submit bids for airborne laser; William B. Scott January 1990, S.72-75. Colorado Springs; AW&ST, June 16, 1996, S.45. 7. RF attenuators fit a wide range of applications; Jack Mit Laser auf Raketenjagd; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Browne - Chief Editor; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)10, Oktober 2002, S.54-57. S.122-132. Flash in the Plan - Directed-energy weapons remain more 8. Digital attenuators optimize DF receivers; Alan Conrad experimental than available; Ted McKenna; JED, May 2003, Contributing Editor; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)10, S.123. S.46-52. 9. Attenuators settles 100 percent in less than 1 s - Product Testing continues on USAF Airborne Laser; Ted McKenna; of Comstron, Plainview, NY; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)11, JED, November 2005, S.23-25. S.156. ABL - Airborne Laser; Jan Helmig; Strategie und Technik, 10. Fast GaAs MMIC attenuator has 5-b resolution; Brian Januar 2006, S.44-45. Bedard - Hittite Microwave, Woburn, MA; Microwaves & Kampflaser gegen Raketen - Boeing YAL-1A; Daniel Jorns; RF, 30(1991)10, S.71-76. FLIEGERREVUE, 06-2006, S.26-30.

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Abschirmung - Shielding
Theorie der elektromagnetischen Felder; Prof. Dr. S. Blume; Hthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1982. RF Shielding becomes more necessary - Euroform; Arnold Zais - Keene; MSN, December 1982, S.64A-64D. Effective shielding is more than a pretty facade; Richard D. Scheps; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)10, S.85-112. Stay EMI-calm on a noise-free island; M. Shandas & P. Shandas - Microsource, Santa Rosa, CA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)10, S.101-105. Elektromagnetische Vertrglichkeit (EMV); Karl-Heinz Gonschorek & Anton Kohling; Physik in unserer Zeit, 19. Jahrgang, Mai 1988, Nr.3, S.80-91. EMI shielding of composite materials; Frank Marella; DE, March 1990, S.68-71. Making effective EM shields from aluminium and plastic; A. Kumar - AK Electromagnetique, Quebec, Canada; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)8, S.128-137. Minimize EMI effects in wireless circuits; M.A. Halim - SR Telecom, Ontario, Canada; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)2, S.54-62. Designing production shielded RF fixtures; Russ Krajec - HP, Loveland, CO; Microwaves & RF, 38(1999)6, S.69-76.

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Absorberhalle, Absorberraum - Anechoic Chamber

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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. Liesenktter - MBB, Mnchen; 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.105108,110,134. 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.7273. 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 fr Elektromagnetische Beeinflussung; Mikrowellenmagazin, 13(1987)4, S.376377. 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 worlds largest anechoic facility; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)9, S.47. 15. Software or Hardware gating - Whats 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 fr Straussendungs- und Strfestigkeitsmessungen; Friedrich-Wilhelm Trautnitz EMV-Systemtechnik, Siemens Matsushita Components; HFReport, Mai 2/93, S.46-48. 18. EMV-Metechnik von A-Z; X. Sutter & A. Gerstner; FranzisVerlag, Poing, 1994.

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Absorbermaterialien - Absorbing Materials


Emerson & Cuming Inc., Canton, Masachusetts, USA: Absorber fr elektromagnetische Wellen, ein ntzliches Rstzeug fr Ingenieure; Mikrowellen Magazin, Heft 6/78, S.436-440. Ecomp GmbH, Anzeigen in Mikrowellen Magazin, Heft 3/81, S.327,328. Firmenportrait Ecomp GmbH, Ingenieurbro fr Mikrowellentechnik und Elektronik, Mikrowellen Magazin, 13(1987)6, S.701-703. Mikrowellen-Absorber-Material; Anzeige von KTV/Tricom in Mikrowellen & HF Magazin, 15(1989)1. Verfahren zur Messung der Absorberreflexion; F. Berents & T. Friedrichs; Mikrowellen & HF Magazin, 16(1990)3, S.218221. Firmenbericht: Microwave Absorbers, Theory, Design, and Test; Paul F. Dixon, Technical Director; Microsorb Technologies Inc., Hopedale, MA, USA, April 1993. Adding optimum RF absorbing materials; Alan Conrad Special Projects Editor; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)5, S.207208.

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Collision avoidance: In a holding pattern; Edmond R. Gunny; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)5, S. 69. 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. By 1992, TCASII; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)2, S.21. TCAS, windshear rescheduled; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)5, S.27. Coaxial Switch Technology for Collision Avoidance Systems; Michael Long - Dynatech Microwave Technology; MJ, Dec. 1991, S.98-100. Funkortungs- und Funknavigationsanlagen; Werner Mansfeld, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Habil.; Hthig Buch Verlag GmbH, Heidelberg, 1994, S.345-351. New TCAS-2 Software simplifies operation; Bruce D. Nordwall; AW&ST, March 10, 1997, S.62. Avionics for the Pilot; Joe Johnston; Airlife Publishing Ltd, Shrewsbury, UK, 1998, S.167-175. Cockpit Instrumente; Peter Bachmann; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1998, S.132-133. Introduction to TCAS II, Version 7; U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration; November 2000. Radar mit realer und synthetischer Apertur; H. Klausing & W. Holpp (Hrsg); Oldenburg Verlag Mnchen Wien, 2000, S.200-202. First ACAS II installed - Dornier Flugzeugwerft GmbH (eb); EADS-Magazin: Mforum, September 2001, S.13. TCAS - Product Focus; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, April 2002. TCAS More Foolproof than generally recognized; Bruce D. Nordwall; AW&ST, July 15, 2002, S.36-37. Japan debates TCAS when controllers err; Eiichiro Sekigawa, Tokyo; AW&ST, July 29, 2002, S.52-53. Tdliches Missverstndnis; Heiko Stolzke; Flugrevue, September 2002, S.26-27. Kollisionswarngerte, TCAS - die letzte Sicherheit; Werner Fischbach; FLIEGERREVUE, Special, 9/2002, S.35-37.

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ACCS
ACCS, Das Fhrungssystem der NATO-Luftstreitkrfte; Paul Werner Knorr - Oberstleutnant, ACCS-Projekt; SuT, Juli 2005, S.40-46.

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Abtasttheorem
1. Digitale Signalverarbeitung; Norbert Hesselmann; VogelBuchverlag, Wrzburg, 1983, S.59. Photonik, Grundlagen, Komponenten und Systeme; Prof. Dr. Jrgen Jahns - FernUniversitt Hagen; Oldenburg Verlag 1. Mnchen Wien, 2001. Nachrichtentechnik, 3. Auflage; Martin Werner; Vieweg, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, Februar 2002.

ACMS
Honeywell selected for Chinook Avionics Cockpit. Pentons Military Electronics, April 2006, Page 3.

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

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ACS, Aerial Common Sensor


LM-Pressemitteilung vom 3. August 2004: Lockheed Martin Team awarded $879 Million Aerial Common Sensor Programm. 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. LM-Pressemitteilung vom 16. August 2004: Lockheed Martin announces diversified Team for Aerial Common Sensor program. Janes Air Forces News Briefs vom 9. September 2004.

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ACARS
Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

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ACAS/TCAS
System minimizes chances for mid-air collisions; MSN, June 3. 1981, S.31-38. The future of civil avionics; A.D. Helfrick - Cessna Aircraft, Avionics Div.; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)7, S.70-76,80. 4.

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Sensortrger fr die US Army; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Oktober 2004, S.50. Know Thine Enemy; Robert Wall - Washington; AW&ST, November 29, 2004, S.31-32.

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

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Adaptive Antennen
Adaptive arrays and sidelobe cancellers; A perspective; D.J. Chapman - Syracuse Research Corp.; MJ, Aug. 1977, S.4346. A Sidelobe Blanking System; Pedro P. Arancibia; MJ, March 1978, S. 69-73. Adaptive array radar looks away from jammers; FJM; Microwaves, 19(1980)3, S.18. Adaptive radar sharpens NATOs defense; Michael Burton; Microwaves, 20(1981)9, S.19, 22. Adaptive Antennas find Military and Civilian Applications Part III; P.M. Grant & C.F.N. Cowan; MSN, September 1981, S.97-107. Introduction to Radar Systems; Merrill I. Skolnik; McGrawHill, 1983, S.332-333. 3 Adaptive Antenna arrays for C I; Bruce Miller - US Army EW lab.; JED, October 1984, S.145-146, 166-168. Auxiliary Microstrip Antenna Reduces Side-Lobe Jamming; Klaus Solbach; MSN, March 1989, S. 26-29. Adaptive antenna technology aids wireless transmission; Bert Erickson, Consultant; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)13, S.139-144.

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ACSS
Http://www.L-3.com.com/acss Http://www.thales-avionics.com Transatlantic defence tie-up planned - A background of acquisitions; Paul Lewis; Flight International, No. 4785, Vol. 159, 19-25 June 2001, S.6. ACSS-002-01-03, Dec. 2002. People First pay off; William B. Scott, Phoenix; AW&ST, March 22, 2004, S.55-56.

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ADA
Jean Ichbiah assesses Ada and the future of Microcomputers; DE, September 1981, S.126-127. Ada goes to work; James E. Fawcette - Editor-in-Chief; DE, July 1982, S.61-74. Work center integrates Ada equipment needs; D. Babcock, J. Williams & D. Saliba; Military Electronics/Countermeasures, January 1982, S.22-26. Ada machine delivers high performance; P. Hartwick & D. Naedel; DE, November 1984, S.98-102. Ada compiler for VAX; J.F.J. -Industry News; DE, December 1984, S.41. Will Ada succeed? Daniel Klein - Rolm; DE, December 1984, S.105-108. A buyers guide to Ada procurement; Daniel Klein; DE, January 1985, S. 101-112. Ada progress satisfies DOD; John F. Judge; DE, June 1985, S.77-87. Ada capabilities for todays Microprocessors; DE, June 1985, S.117-122. Ada: A good start an exciting future; Christine L. Braun; DE, July 1985, S.105-106. Taking hard line on Software -Citical Programm Reviews; DE, July 1986, S.74-89. Choosing an Ada environment; William J. Marlow; DE, September 1986, S.115-121. The future of Ada technology; Donn Milton; DE, December 1986, S.47-50. Developing communication protocols in Ada; Van C. Baker & James Baldo Jr. -E-Systems; DE, December 1986, S.90104. Choosing Ada tasking models for real-time systems; F.L. Friedman & P.A.T. Wolfgang; DE, April 1987, s.168-176. From Pascal to Ada: A practical perspective on translation; D.L. Stock & J.A. Stewart; DE, May 1987, S.S23-S31. Programmers produce more with Ada; V.L. Castor & David Preston; DE, June 1987, S.165-172. Using Ada as a software design tool; Saro B. Ghazarian General Dynamics; DE, October 1987, S.129-132. Producing with Ada - Real-time solutions for complex problems; Jeffrey Rowe; DE, July 1990, S.41-53. Ada tools: Compilers coming online; John Rhea; DE, November 1990, S.47-58. Ada product directory; DE, October 1991, S.35-50. Ada: Chameleon or chimera? Benjamin M. Brosgol; DE, January 1992, S.30-31. Joe the genius tailor - Ada in action; Benjamin M. Brosgol; DE, May 1992, S.26-29.

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Adcock-Antennensystem, Dreh-Adcock
Funkortung und Funknavigation; Erwin Lertes; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1985, S. 24.

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

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ADLER
Fhrungs- und Waffeneinsatzsysteme des Heeres; Edgar Ziegler & Jrg-Peter Meier; wt III/1999, S.70-72. Die Artillerietruppe im Heer der Zukunft - Aufgaben, Gliederung, Ausrstung und Fhigkeiten; Heinerich Fischer - Artillerieschule; SuT, Mai 2002, S.33-42. Aufklrungsfhigkeiten der Artillerie im Heer der Zukunft; Oberst Heinrich Fischer - Artillerieschule; SuT, November 2002, S.13-18. ADLER - Zehn Jahre Rechnerverbund Artillerie; Dieter Prochaska; SuT, September 2005, S.27-29.

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ADS-B Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast


ADS-B: North to Alaska; Brian Evans; Avionics Magazine Aviation Today, February 2000. ADS-B-Progress and the proposed rule; David Jensen; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, March 2002. ADS-Bs global advance; Brian Evans; Avionics Magazine Aviation Today, August 2004. 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. 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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ADS-Bs French connection; David Hughes - Bagneux, France; AW&ST, June 13, 2005, S.180-184. Coast to Coast ADS-B; David Hughes - Dallas; AW&ST, November 7, 2005, S.98. ADS-B: Will it be filled in? Adrian Gerold; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, March 2006.

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13. Kein Aegis-System fr 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; Kapitn 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. ADW, ADC 17. Backboards of the fleet: Shipboard Phased-Array Radars; ADC achives 12-b resolution at 25.6 Msamples/S; David Dimitris V. Dranidis;JED, May 2003, S.55-62. Duff - Analog Devices, Greenboro, NC; Microwaves & RF, 18. AEGIS-Zerstrer der US Navy; Typenblatt 10/2003; ds; SuT, 29(1990)7, S.1138-143. Oktober 2003, S.49-50. Optimize ADCs for enhanced signal processing; T. Gratzek & F. Murden - Analog Devices, Greensboro, NC; Microwaves 19. AEGIS-Kreuzer der U.S. Navy; Typenblatt, SuT, April 2004, S.49-50. & RF, 30(1991)3, S.129-136. Choose DACs for DDS system applications; David Buchanan 20. Nationale Raketenabwehr der USA - Einbindung des AEGISSystems; Sidney E. Dean; MarineForum, September 2004, - Analog Devices, Greensboro, NC; Microwaves & RF, S-16-18. 31(1992)8, S.89-98. High-speed data capture needs fast ADC and special storage; Tanja C. Hofner (Maxim Integrated Circuits, Sunnyvale, CA) & Werner Kederer - Institute for HighFrequency Technology, Technical University of Mnchen; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)6, S.110-120. 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. ADC captures 1 GSamples/s; T.C. Hofner & D.A. Bernel Maxim Integrated Products, Sunnyvale, CA; Microwaves & RF, 38(1999)3, S.128-132. 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. 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. ADCs clear the way to digital receivers; Jack Brownie (Publisher/Editor) & Dawn Prior (Editorial Assistant); Microwaves & RF, 43(2004)3, S.33-41.

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Aermacchi SPA, Aermacchi M-346


Neuer Trainer fr neue Fighter; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, August 2003, S.54-57. Aermacchi will den Eurotrainer bauen; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, April 2004, S.47. Aermacchi M-346, Trainer for the 21st Century; Riccardo Niccoli; Air International, August 2004, S.30-33.

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Aerodynamisch stabile/instabile Flugverhalten


Foreplanes - Foremost or should the tail wag the dog? Neville Beckett; Air International, May 1999, S.309-315. CCV-F-104G, Ein historischer Meilenstein; EADS-Publikation Mforum, Dezember 2000, S.15.

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Aerodynamische Aufheizung - Aerodynamic Heating


Infrareds tremendous potential barely scratched; Stefan Geisenheyner; DE, February 1981, S.29-35. Die Unsicherheiten eines nuklearen Prventivschlages; Matthew Bunn & Kosta Tsipis; Beitrag in Rstung und Sicherheit, Spektrum der Wissenschaft, Heidelberg, 1985, S.18-29.

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AEGIS-1, AEGIS-2

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. 3 6. Strengthening NATOs Air Defense C 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. 3 10. Strengthening NATOs Air Defense C 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 Flugkrper-Abwehr; Dr.-Ing. Karl-Heinz Allgaier - EADS/LFK; SuT, April 2001, S.22-28, Abb. 7.

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Aerodynamischer Widersatnd - Aerodynamic Drag


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

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Aerosols
Chaff/Flares and Aerosols; ICH, 4th Ed., 1978/79, S.295303. From smoke screens to Aerosols - a newly developing Technology; ICH, 4th Ed., 1978/79, S.305-308.

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AESA - Active Elecronically Scanned Array (Radar)


Inroduction to Airbornbe Radar; Part IX Advanced Systems, Chapter 37, Chapter 38; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc., Mendham, NJ, 1998. The APG-79 provides limitless choices operationally; AW&ST, April 21, 2003, S.38-39. Zeitenwechsel - Neue Radare fr die neuen Kampfflugzeuge; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Februar 2004, S.72-76. Durchblick und Weitblick; Martin Billeisen; Planet AeroSpace, 4/2005, Okt./Nov./Dez., S.74-77.

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4.

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AEW, Airborne Early Warning


AEW market soars; L.A. McClelland & D.M. Russell; DE, September 1984, S.124-135. Airborne Radar, Part I: Airborne Radar, Part II: Air to Surface; J. Clarke & C.M. Stewart; MJ, February 1986, S.44-54. U.K. weighgs alternatives to Nimrod; DE, May 1986, S.4245. Modern Early Warning Radars; W.C. Morchin und S.L. Johnston; MJ, January 1991, S.30-50. Airborne Early Warning soars to new heights; Bill Sweetman; JED, September 2000, S.41-48.

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9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

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AFCS

14. Augusta Westlands EH101 Hoisting SAR Technology to new heights, David Jensen; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, 15. February 2005.

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AFDS
Der erste Freiflug des AFDS (pp); SuT, Februar 2001, S.5859.

NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance; Peter Preylowsky; SuT, November 2003, S.40-41. Der NATO-Transformationsprozess und die transatlantische Rstungskooperation; Dr. Thomas Enders - Leiter Verteidigungs- und Sicherheitssysteme von EADS Deutschland; wt IV/2003, S.63-66. CTAS - Die transatlantische Lsung fr das NATO-AGSProgramm; Aus der Industrie; wt IV/2003, S.120-121. NATO whlt das AGS von TIPS aus; pp; SuT, Juni 2004, S.5. NATO approves shared Ground-surveillance System; Michal Fiszer; JED, June 2004, S.14-15. NATO whlt TIPS; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2004, S.10. TIPS, The Transatlantic Solution for NATO AGS; Anzeige in wt II/2004, S.33. AllianceGround Surveillance / NATO AGS; wt I/2006, S.110111. Luftwaffe: Material- und Ausrstungsplanung; Markus Schetilin - Luftwaffe; Strategie und Technik, Mai 2006, S.2027.

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AgustaWestland
AgustaWestland Super Lynx 300 geht in den Dienst; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Januar 2005, S.42-46. Augusta Westlands EH101 Hoisting SAR Technology to new heights; David Jensen; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, February 2005. Auswrtssieg - US101 als neuer USPrsidentenhubschrauber; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, April 2005, S.51-54. AgustaWestland A129 Mangusta; FLUG REVUE, Dezember 2005, S.59-62.

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AGC
Simple technique yields errorless AGC systems; S.R. Bullock & D. Ovard - Salt Lake City, UT; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)8, S.85-93. Basic techniques guide the design of AGC systems; Roy E. Prymek - Unisys, Salt Lake City, UT; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)9, S.99-106. Opamp filters control responses in AGC systems; Roy E. Prymek - Unisys, Salt Lake City, UT; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)10, S.111-121. 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.

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AH-64 Apache
Riding high with the Apache; L.M.; DE, December 1984, S.66-68. Introduction to Airbornbe Radar; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc., Mendham, NJ, 1998. Kampfhubschrauber, Technik, Bewaffnung, Typen; Karl Mller Verlag, Erlangen 1998. Sieger und Verlierer; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, November 2001, S.64-67. Flugzeuge der Welt, 2001; Claudio Mller; Motorbuchverlag, Stuttgart, S.100. The Queens Apaches; Tim Ripley; AIR International, January 2004, S.38-43. Attack Helicopters; Anil R Pustan; Air International, January 2005, S.40-45.

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Agilent Technologies (Hewlett-Packard, HP)


Test- und Metechnik Katalog 1994/1995; Hewlett-Packard GmbH, Bad Homburg; Part.-Nr. 5091-8952 GE. General purpose Instruments Catalog 2000; Agilent Technologies, 5968-8736EN. Garage gives birth to measurement giant; J.L. Minck (Consultant) & B. Manz (Manz Communications, Montville, NJ); Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)8, S.35-56.

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AGS
Fernmeldetechnik und Elektronik, Aufklrungssystem AGS; SuT, 12/1999, S.759. AGS, SOSTAR, NATAR - Wer hat da noch den Durchblick? E.H.; wt, II/2002, S.50. 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. NATO-Gefechtsfeldberwachungs-Programm AGS Konkurrenz belebt das Geschft; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2003, S.80. Neue Mitglieder im TIPS-Team; KS; FLUG REVUE, August 2003, S.11. Airscene - Military Affairs; Air International, August 2003, S.6.

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AHRS, Attitude and Heading Reference System


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.

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4.

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AIEWS, Advanced Integrated Electronic Warfare System


Navy to develop new EW system to protect ships; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 27, 1997, S.76-78. Navy awards shipboard EW program to Lockheed Martin Team; EC Monitor; J. Knowles; JED, January 1998, S.25-26. Protecting future Navies; Edward J. Walsh; JED, March 1999, S.43-47.

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AIEWS completes PDR; EC Monitor, B. Rivers; JED, August 1999, S.31-32. Top EW programms; Sean Carroll; JED, August 1999, S.5356.

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AIM, AEG Infrarot-Module


AIM-Anzeige in wt IV/2000, S.34. AIM-Anzeige in Strategie und Technik, August 2005, S.51.

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Airbus A310 MRTT


Airbus TT - Erster A310-Tanker fr die Luftwaffe; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Februar 2004, S.54-57. 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. Janes Air Forces Briefs, February 5, 2004. Erster Airbus A310 MRTT an die Luftwaffe bergeben; uw; SuT, Februar 2004, S.42. A330 FSTA - European tankers for the RAF; Planet AeroSpace, No.15, April-May-June 2004, S.6-9. 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. Neuer Tanker fr die Luftwaffe; Frank Vetter & Karl Schwarz; Flugrevue, Dezember 2004, S.42. Die A310 MRTT Europas erste Antwort; Jan Schwerdter; Planet AeroSpace, 4/2004, S.46-47. Sweet Home Alabama; Jeffrey M. Lenorovitz; Planet AeroSpace 4/2005, S.60-62.

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Airbus A320

2. 3.

Erfolgsstory, Single-Aisle-Airbus; Ein Rckblick auf zwlf 18. Jahre A320-Familie; Antje Wollenschlger; AeroSpace 3/99, S.16-25. 19. The Airbus A320; EADS-Anzeige; wt, I/2003, S.94-95. Eine A320 auf Seepatrouille; Daniela Bommer; Planet 20. AeroSpace, 3/2003, Juli-August-September, S.53.

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Airbus A340
Flightline: Airbus A340; FLUG REVUE, August 1999, S.51-52. Jungfernflug des X-Large-Airbus - A340-600 im Flugtest; Sebastian Steinke; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2001, S.26. A340-600/-500 Airbus vorn; Gilles Patri; Planet AeroSpace, Nr.4, Juli-Sept. 2001, S.10-15. Airbus A340; FLUG REVUE, August 1999, S.49-52. 22. 23. 24. 25.

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26. Airbus A350 vor dem Start; --; Luft- und Raumfahrt 5/2005, 27. S.14-16. A350 Avionics: Combining the A330 and A380; Charlotte 28. Adams; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, September 2005. Schwesterschiff der A380; Sebastian Heinke; FLUG REVUE, Dezember 2005, S.25-27. Airbus A400M 1. Http://www.airbusmilitary.com 2. Future Large Aircraft, immer noch eine europische Airbus A380 Reallitt; Ludwig Schiller; wt, 7/96, S.54. Thales Avionics lands key A380 contracts; Michael A. 3. Lufttransport fr die Bundeswehr; Siegfried Orth; wt, II/98, Taverna - Paris; AW&ST, July 30, 2001, S.42-43. S.55. A380; James Sarazi; Planet AeroSpace, Nr.4, Juli-Sept. 2001, S.16-21.

Airbus A350 XWB

Revolution im Cockpit; MG; FLUG REVUE, Mrz 2002, S.87. Flight Management System for the A380; Industry Scan; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, March 2002. Geburt eines neuen Riesenflugzeuges - Der neue Airbus A380; Matthias Grnder; FLUG REVUE, Januar 2003, S.7883. A380: Zwei Jahre bis zum Erstflug; Sebastian Heinke; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2003, Extra: Paris Airshow 2003, S.16-18. Hamburg: Ein Haus fr den Giganten; James Sarazin; Planet AeroSpace, 3/2003, S.18-19. Ganz Europa baut mit am Flugzeug des 21. Jahrhunderts; Antony Angrand; Planet AeroSpace, 1/2004, Jan.-Feb.Mrz, S.4-8. GP7000: Antrieb fr den A380; Luft- und Raumfahrt, Nr. 2, April-Mai-Juni 2004, S.20-21. Ma nehmen fr den neuen Riesen; Sebastian Heinke; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2004, S.34-39. The view from the top - The A380 flight deck architecture provides new flexibility for upgrades; David Hughes/Washington; AW&ST, September 27, 2004, S.5152. A380 wird zum Erstflug vorbereitet - Der Riese erwacht; Sebastian Steinke; FLUG REVUE, November 2004, S.20-25. Airbus installing Rolls-Royce Trents on first A380; AW&ST, November 2004, S.19. Piste frei fr die A380; Jean Labrulerie; Planet AeroSpace, 4/2004, Okt.-Nov.-Dez., S.4-8. Der Mega-Airbus wird flgge; Wolfgang Borgmann; Fliegerkalender, Internationales Jahrbuch der Luft- und Raumfahrt 2005, Verlag E.S. Mittler & Sohn, Hamburg, Berlin, Bonn, S.6-9. A380 Extra - alles ber den neuen Megaliner; 32seitige Beilage in Flugrevue, Februar 2005. A380 Premierenfieber; Sebastian Steinke; FLUG REVUE, Mrz 2005, S.12-13. Long-distance gambit; Pierre Sparaco/London & Paris; AW&ST, February 14, 2005, S.54-58. Airports adapt for A380; Pierre Sparaco/Toulouse & Paris; AW&ST, February 14, 2005, S.58-59. Airbus A380 Reveal - Die neue Dimension; Rene Chapelon; Planet AeroSpace, 1-2, 2005, S.4-9. Der Weg zum Megaliner - A380 Historie; James Sarazin; Planet AeroSpace, 1-2, 2005, S.10-15. Birth of a Giant; Richard Alsen; AI, June 2005, S.36-49. Schwesterschiff der A380; Sebastian Heinke; FLUG REVUE, Dezember 2005, S.25-27. A380: Jumbo step for In-Flight Entertainment; George Marsh; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, March 2006. Radar on Auto; David Hughes; AW&ST, July 3, 2006, S.5053. All-in-One Surveillance; David Hughes; AW&ST, July 3, 2006, S.53-54. Vertical Views; David Hughes; AW&ST, July 10, 2006, S.7172. Integrated Surveillance; David Hughes; AW&ST, July 10, 2006, S.73.

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17. 18. 19. 20. 21.

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Wettbewerb um neuen NATO-Transporter; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, August 1999, S.24-25. Luftfahrzeuge und Luftfahrgertetechnik; SuT, 12/1999, S.733. A400M - Das erste Programm der Airbus Military Company; Erhard Heckmann; wt, IV/99, S.74. Airbus A400M - Ein mglicher Transall-Nachfolger; Peter Preylowski - Redakteur, Oberst a.D.; SuT, 4/2000, S.246. Airbus A400M, Typenblatt; SuT, 10/2000, S.641. Luftfahrzeuge und Luftfahrtgertetechnik; SuT, 12/2000, S.793. Luftfahrzeuge und Luftfahrtgertetechnik, die Abteilung LG; A400M; wt, IV/2000, S.152. NH90, A400M, Gemeinsame Sache fr Europa; G.P.; Planet AeroSpace, Nr.1, November-Dezember 2000, S.40-43. Transporter A400M; Planet AeroSpace, Nr.3, April-Juni 2001, S.26-29. Ein Europisches Transportflugzeug A400M; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt, II/2001, S.94-102. Die unendliche Geschichte; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2001, S.56-58. A400M, Abschluss der Vertrge steht unmittelbar bevor; G.P.; Planet AeroSpace, Nr.5, Oktober-Dezember 2001, S.24-25. A400M partners scramble to keep airlifter afloat; Douglas Barrie, London, & Michael A. Taverna, Paris; AW&ST, February 2002, S.38. Schweres Geschft; Karl Schwarz; Flugrevue, Mrz 2002, S.51-43. Global Military Airlift; Anthony Tucker-Jones; AFM, June 2002, S.64-67. A400M Europas taktischer Transporter; Gilles Patri; Planet AeroSpace, 2/2002, S.12-13. A400M still in limbo; AW&ST, November 18, 2002, S.40 Airbus A400M - das zuknftige taktische Transportflugzeug; Michael Blesin; Flieger-Kalender 2003, Mittler & Sohn, Hamburg/Berlin/Bonn, S.110-115. Airbus in military service; Jon Lake; Air International, March 2003, S.20-25. TP400 selected to power A400M; Air International, June 2003, S.4. At last! A400M contract signed; AFM, July 2003, S.5. RAF A400M order; AFM, July 2003, S.6. Weniger Flugzeuge, hherer Preis; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE (Extra), Paris Airshow 2003, Juli 2003, S.14. Das A400M-Programm ist gestartet; Planet AeroSpace, Nr. 3/2003, Juli-August-September, S.6. A400M contract finally signed; Air International, July 2003, S.4. Airbus A400M; Charlotte Adams; Avionics Magazine Aviation Today - Defense Daily Network - DDN; July 2003, www.defensedaily.com/cgi/av/show Airbus Military A400M. Der neue europische Transporter; Sebastian Zacharias; FLIEGERREVUE, 09/2003, S.26-30. A400M: An all-European affair; Peter Pletschacher; MTU Report, Winter 03 / Spring 04, S.28-29. Airbus A400M; Flugrevue Extra; FLUGREVUE, Mrz 2004; Mit fnf Beitrgen von Karl Schwarz und einen von Volker K. Thomalla. Passive optronische Flugkrper-Warnsensoren - Flugzeuge und Hubschrauber besser schtzen; Bernd Uwira; wt, I/2004, S.116-117. European Air Force Transport Survey; AFM, June 2004, S.40-59.

35. Tief im Tal: A400M fliegt automatisch die ideale Route; eb; Mforum, Mai 2004, S.6-7. 36. Der Militr-Airbus A400M entsteht im Team; Martin Billeisen; Planet AeroSpace, 1/2004, Jan.-Feb.-Mrz, S.3234. 37. Final assembly of the A400M engine near Berlin; Gerhard Maka; Planet AeroSpace, No.15, April-May-June 2004, S.1214. 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, Mrz 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 / Frhling 2006, S.4-7. 44. Airbus A400M; Jrgen Schfer - Oberstleutnant, Luftwaffe; wt I/2006, S.38-45. 45. Luftwaffe: Material- und Ausrstungsplanung; Markus Schetilin - Luftwaffe; Strategie und Technik, Mai 2006, S.2027. 46. Airbus A400M erffnet 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.

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Airbus Industries
Http://www.AIRBUS.com AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.267. Airbus Industrie - Air International Airbus Supplement; Air International, June 1999, S.I-XVI. Airbus plant Sparkurs ohne grere Entlassungen; Sebastian Steinke; FLUG REVUE, Juni 2003, S.31-33.


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Akquisitionsradar => Radar. Aktive Antennen


Active integrated antenna elements; Julio A. Navaro, et al. Texas A&M University; MJ, Jan. 1991, S. Breitbandantennen; G. Dubost & S. Zisler; OldenburgMnchen-WIen, 1977. Kap. 3.9, S.198-221. GPS-Neue Mglichkeiten fr das Funkhobby; Karl H. Ilg; Verlag Technik und Handwerk, Baden-Baden, 1999.

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Akustische Strung - Acoustic Jamming


Acoustic Countermeasures in the undersea environment; Owen Flynn; EW, Sept./Oct. 1976, S.62-66. Minimizing reverberation in active Sonar; Owen Flynn; EW/DE, Sept./Oct. 1977, S.149-158.

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

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ALARM, Air Launched Anti Radar Missile


ALARM, IECH 2001, S.243. Precise strikes; Steve Davies; AFM, May 2003, S.40-41.

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

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Alenia Aerospazio
Http://www.aleniaerospazio.com Alenia Aeronautica: Italys largest aeronautics company; AW&ST, September 30, 2002, S.53. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 13, 2003; Finmeccanica; S.292. Italian aerospace industry 2003; Air International, February 2003, S.47-53.

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ALCM
Air-Launched Cruise Missile competition approching decision; DE, October 1979, S.65-68. ALCM Avionics: Millions in Subcontracts; MSN, July 1980, S.33.


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ALE => AAQ ALE-39B


AN/ALE-39 Countermeasure Dispenser; ICH, 4th Ed., 1978/79, S.138. AN/ALE-39B; IECH 2001, S.84.

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Alenia Difesa
International Report - Gerald Green: Aeritalia, Selenia form new Italian aerospace company; MJ, Jan. 1991, S.59. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.278. Alenia - Italiens Branchenfhrer, Alenia Aerospazio, Areonautics Division; Danielle Bommer; EADS-Magazin Mforum, Dezember 2000, S.12-13.

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ALE-40
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. EloKa-Gert; Dppel und Fackelwerfer fr F-15; IWR, 9/1978, S.1507. AN/ALE-40(V)X Countermeasures Dispenser system; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.88-89. AN/ALE-40; IECH 2001, S.84.

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Alpha Jet
Moderne Kampfflugzeuge; Thomas Bttig; Mittler Verlag, Hamburg, 2000, S.64-65. Flugzeuge der Bundeswhr - Leichte Jagdbomber und Aufklrer; Ulrich Metternich; FLIEGERREVUE, 7/2002, S.5456. Alpha Jet: Coup fr die Freundschaft; Gerard Frison; Planet AeroSpace, Nr. 3/2003, Juli-August-September, S.76-78. 30 Jahre Alpha Jet; Peter Preylowsky; SuT, Oktober 2003, S.36-42. Flightline: Dassaul/Dornier Alpha Jet; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2004, S.49-52.

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ALE-43
AN/ALE-43 Chaff Cutter Dispensing Pod; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.89. AN/ALE-43; IECH 2001, S.84.


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ALQ => AAQ ALQ-99


AN/ALQ-99 Tactical Jamming System; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.89-90. AN/ALQ-99; IECH 2001, S.141.

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ALE-44
AN/ALE-44 Dispenser Pod; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.89. AN/ALE-44; IECH 2001, S.85.

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ALE-45
AN/ALE-45 Countermeasures Dispenser System; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.89. AN/ALE-45; IECH 2001, S.85.

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ALQ-119(V)
Http://www.eads.com. AN/ALQ-119(V) ECM Pods; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.92. AN/ALQ-119; IECH 2001, S.141. Technische Unterlage von EADS, Ulm.

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

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ALQ-125
Die EloUM-Bordanlagen AN/ALR-59 und AN/ALQ-125; D. Boyle; IWR, 2/1977, S.34-35. TEREC - Taktisches elektronisches Luftraufklrungssystem der US-Luftwaffe; Gowri Sundaram; IWR, 1/1979, S.118120. TEREC: USAFs important Tactical Reconnaissance asset for the 80s; EW/DE, March 1979, S.33-44. AN/ALQ-125 Tactical Reconnaissance Sensor; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.92-94.

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ALE-50, Towed Decoy


Http://www.raytheon.com/ew Raytheon Decoy to protect B-1; Michael A. Dornheim Goleta, CA; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.61. Order for ALE-50 doubles after success in Kosovo; Michael A. Dornheim; AW&ST, November 15, 1999, S.48-49. AN/ALE-50; IECH 2001, S.86. Technische Unterlage von von Raytheon Electronic Systems, Goleta, CA: AN/ALE-50 Decoy, Towed Decoy System, ALE-50 1-00.

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ALQ-126
AN/ALQ-126 DECM System; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.94. AN/ALQ-126B; IECH 2001, S.142.

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ALE-55, Towed Decoy

Raytheon Decoy to protect B-1; Michael A. Dornheim Goleta, CA; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.61. A new generation of advanced decoys throws its hat in the 1. ring; K.B. Sherman & B.P. Rivers; JED, January 2001, S.4347. 2. 3.

ALQ-131(V)
Firmenprospekt von Northrop Grumann, Electronic Sensors & Systems Sector, Baltimore, USA; 4/99 MACQZD18. AN/ALQ-131(V) ECM pod; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.97-98. AN/ALQ-131(V); IECH 2001, S.142.

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ALQ-135
Technische Unterlage von Northrop Grumman, Defense Systems Division, Rolling Meadows, Illinois, USA. AN/ALQ-135 F-15 Internal Countermeasures Set; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.98. Defense Dept. Moving toward achieving EW commonality; AW&ST, February 9, 1987, S.50-56. AN/ALQ-135; IECH 2001, S.143.

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

1. 2.

ALQ-136
AN/ALQ-136 Helicopter Radar Jammer; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.99. AN/ALQ-136; IECH 2001, S.143.

ASPJ; ME/C, Vol.4, No.9, September 1978, S.106-116. ASPJ - A unique defense procurement program; Neil W. Hansen; JED, February 1982, S.31-36. ASPJ diversifies for specific applications; David M. Russell; DE, October 1984, S.149, 151, 154. AN/ALQ-165 Airborne Self Protection Jammer (ASPJ); ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.103-104. Navy/USAF begin flight testing Airborne Self-Protection Jammer; AW&ST, February 9, 1987, S.91. Advanced Jammer enters new testing phase; DE, May 1990, S.78. AN/ALQ-165; IECH 2001, S.146.

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ALQ-178, RAPPORT II, III


Technische Unterlage von Loral Electronic Systems, 999 Central Ave., Yonkers, NY, USA: Rapport Tactical ECM. Rapport Jammer design criteria; John D. Sparno; DE, March 1980, Vol. 12, No 3. S.29-38. AN/ALQ-178 (RAPPORT III); IECH 2001, S.148 &164. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 14, 2002, S.225.

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

1. 2.

ALQ-149
AN/ALQ-149 Communications Jammer; ICH,9th Ed., 1984, S.100. Sanders delivers AN/ALQ-149; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)4, S.27.

1. 2. 3. 4.

ALQ-184(V)
Technische Unterlagen von Raytheon E-Systems, Goleta Division, Goleta, CA, USA: AN/ALQ-184 Self-Protect Pod und AN/ALQ-184(V)9. AN/ALQ-184(V); IECH 2001, S.148.

1. 2.

ALQ-156
AN/ALQ-156 Missile Detector System; ICH,9th Edition, 1984, S.101. AN/ALQ-156; IECM 2001, S.201.

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ALQ-187
Technische Unterlage von Raytheon Electronic Systems, Goleta, CA, USA: AN/ALQ-187 Operationally Proven Internal ECM, ALQ-187 1-00. ; ; , 1997, s.44-51. AN/ALQ-187; IECH 2001, S.150. Greek EW award; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, May 12, 2003, S.26.

1. 2.

ALQ-157
AN/ALQ-157(V) IRCM System; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.101. AN/ALQ-157; IECH 2001, S.145.

2. 3. 4.

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ALQ-161
ALQ-161: Time Sharing Jammer Power; Edwin M. Drogin; MSN, October 1978, S.55-64, 110. AN/ALQ-161 RFS/ECM; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.101-102. AN/ALQ-161; IECH 2001, S.145.

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

1.

ALQ-162
Technische Unterlage von Northrop Grumman, Electronic Sensors & Systems Sector, Rolling Meadows, Illinois, USA: Enhanced AN/ALQ-162 Countermeasure Set. AN/ALQ-162 Compass Sail / Clockwise Jammer; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.102. AN/ALQ-162 Shadowbox; IECH 2001, S.146.

1. 2. 3.

ALQ-211
New F/A-18 EW suite encounters large cost rise, but small delay; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.47-49. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.207. AN/ALQ-211 SIRFC; IECH 2001, S.151.

2. 3.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

ALQ-165, ASPJ
Commonopoly: Monopoly Updated; James Fawcette; EW/DE, Sept./Oct. 1977, S.125-136. ASPJ - The next generation EW System? Coleman Rodgers; ME/C, Vol.4, No.2. February 1978, S.46-54. ASPJ - The next generation EW System? Coleman Rodgers; ME/C, Vol.4, No.3. March 1978, S.34,36,42,46,49. ASPJ, Partners at least; Coleman Rodgers; ME/C, Vol.4, No.4. April 1978, S.18,21,23,25. Das Flugzeug-EloKa-System ASPJ; Gowri Sundaram; IWR, 6/1978, S.960-962. The Navys new Jamming System: Big Business; Richard Hartman; MSN, July 1978, S.41-43. Microwaves play key role in ASPJ; Richard Davis; MSN, July 1978, S.44-52.

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ALQ-212(V), ATIRCM
First fully-integrated ATIRCM/CMWS demonstrated; Washington Report; JED, July 1998, S.16. Live-fire tests demonstrate AAQ-24 DIRCM capabilities; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.44-45. New F/A-18 EW suite encounters large cost rise, but small delay; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.47-49. Electronic Warfare Systems; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.208. DIRCM and ATIRCM compared in DoD study; JED, July 1999, S.25-26. DOD opts to stay the course with ATIRCM/CMWS; S.Carroll - EC Monitor; JED, August 1999, S.27. ATIRCM/CMWS completes live-fire tests; EC Monitor Brendan Rivers; JED, June 2001, S.33,36.

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8. 9.

AN/ALQ-212 Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRC); IECH 2001, S.152. Tug-of-war over ATIRCM/CMWS funding; EC Monitor Brendan P. Rivers; JED, January 2002, S.26-27.

4. 5.

AN/ALR-67(V)3 Fleet deliveries to begin - EC Monitor; K. Sherman; JED, December 2000, S.33-35. AN/ALR-67(V)3/4; IECH 2001, S.204.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

ALQ-213(V)
Http://www.terma.com. Technische Unterlagen von Terma A/S, Lystrup, Denmark: AN/ALQ-213(V) Electronic Warfare Management System. ALQ-213(V) (EWMS), April 2001. AN/ALQ-213 Countermeasures Set-Management System, Product Description - Technical Note, 12 Pages, ALQ-213 DN. 1. 2.

ALR-68
AN/ALR-68 Advanced Radar Warning System; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.109. AN/ALR-68; IECH 2001, S.204.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

ALR-69(V)
AN/ALR-69 Radar Warning Receiver; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.109-110. Improved display developed for AN/ALR-69; B. Rivers - EC Monitor; JED, January 1999, S.25-26. [1] AN/ALR-69(V); IECH 2001, S.205. [2] USAF upgrading RWRs; K. B. Sherman & B. P. Rivers; JED, October 2001, S.30. Greek EW award; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, May 12, 2003, S.26.

1. 2. 3.

ALQ-214, IDECM RFCM


Navy questions Towed Decoy suitability for F/A-18C/D; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 27, 1997, S.43-44. New F/A-18 EW suite encounters large cost rise, but small delay; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.47-49. IDECM RFCM System completes acceptance testing, initial systems delivered; B. Rivers - EC Monitor; JED, December 1998, S.26-27. Towed decoy tether key issue for IDECM; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, November 15, 1999, S.43-44. AN/ALQ-214 IDECM RFCM; IECH 2001, S.152. A Sampling of RF Jammers; Robert V. McGahan; JED, February 2002, S.61-65. Stacking the deck - Neither nimble nor quick, the Super Hornet is a jack-of-all-trades; Bill Sweetman; JED, February 2004, S.30-37.

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ALR-93
Greek EW award; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, May 12, 2003, S.26.

4. 5. 6. 7.

1. 2.

ALR-94
Fighter EW, the next generation; Bill Sweetman; JED, July 2000, S.41-47. AN/ALR-94; IECH 2001, S.206.

1. 2.

ALSR, Automatic Low-Speed Recovery


Carefree fliegen; ww; Mforum, Dezember 2004, S.5. Eurofighter - Abfangautomatik im Test; FLUG REVUE, Januar 2005, S.18.

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


1. 2.

ALR => AAQ ALR-56


AN/ALR-56 F-15 Radar Warning Receiver; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.106. The future of Radar Warning Receivers; David L. Adamy; DE, October 1988, S.63-69.

1.

Ames, Advanced Mobile ELINT System


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

1.

AMLCD
Computer Lexikon - Fachwrterbuch; Ausgabe 2002; Microsoft Press Deutschland, Unterschleiheim, 2001.

1. 2.

ALR-59
Die EloUM-Bordanlagen AN/ALR-59 und AN/ALQ-125; D. Boyle; IWR, 2/1977, S.34-35. AN/ALR-59(V) E-2C ESM Set; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.106.

1.

Ammos
Funkaufklrungssystem R&S AMMOS - Vollautomatische Funkaufklrung und hchste Systemflexibilitt; Olaf Lukas; R&S, Mil News, 6/2002, S.33-36. Funkaufklrungssystem R&S AMMOS - Klarer Durchblick im Gedrnge der Signale; Jrgen Modich; MIL NEWS von Rohde & Schwarz, Heft 7(2003) S.24-28.

1. 2. 3.

ALR-66
Anzeige von General Instruments in ICH, 9th Ed.,1984, S.71. AN/ALR-66 Radar Warning and Surveillance Receivers; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.108-109. AN/ALR-66 Series; IECH 2001, S.203.

2.

1.

AMRAAM, AIM-120
AMRAAM award delayed; Missile scores a direct hit; DE, November 1981, S.50. Hughes wins the AMRAAM contract; DE, January 1982, S.38. High-speed Testing Equipment essential to AMRAAM development programm success; Larry S. Klivans - Hughes Aircraft; MSN, November 1983, S.78-91 & 104-105. What fate AMRAAM? James B. Schultz; DE, April 1985, S.65-74. Multiplying firepower with Missiles; Jim Coghlan; DE, August 1986, S.99-111.

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ALR-67(V)3&4

2. 3.

2. Technische Unterlage von Raytheon Systems Company, Sensors and Electronic Systems, Los Angeles, CA, USA: ASR 3. AN/ALR-67(V)3&4 Countermeasures Receiving Set, MO 2/98 5K D800798. The future of Radar Warning Receivers; David L. Adamy; 4. DE, October 1988, S.63-69. Hughes wins radar upgrade; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)10, 5. S.64.

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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-Lenkflugkrper mittlerer Reichweite fr 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

6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

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AMSAR
Multifunktionsradare mit aktiven, phasengesteuerten Antennen; SuT, 12/1999, S.758. AMSAR passes phase-2A CMR - European Report; Martin Streetly; JED, November 2000, S.18. Durchblick und Weitblick; Martin Billeisen; Planet AeroSpace, 4/2005, Okt./Nov./Dez., S.74-77.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

AMX
AMX, in Italian service; Dott Ricardo Niccoli; Air International, June 1997, S.349-353. Flugzeuge der Welt, 1999; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1999, S.30,31. Moderne Kampfflugzeuge; Thomas Bttig; Mittler Verlag, Hamburg, 2000, S.20-21. Flugzeug-Katalog 2000, Militrflugzeuge; AMX International AMX; GeraNova Verlag, Mnchen. Typenblatt, AMX International; SuT, April 2000, S.247-248. Ghibli, Italy`s AMX; David Cenciotti; AFM, July 2001, S.7275. Flightline: AMX International; Flugrevue, Mrz 2003, S.7174.

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Anaren, Inc.

23. AOC corporate member profiles; JED, February 2004, S.5172. 24.

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ANG, Air National Guard


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

25. 26.

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Anstellwinkel

Luftfahrt-Definitionen; Roderich Cescotti; Motobuch Verlag 27. Stuttgart, 1993. 28. Luftfahrzeug-Technik; Ernst Gtsch; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2000. Aerospace-Wrterbuch mit Aerospace-Definitionen; Roderich Cescotti; Motorbuch Verlag Stuttgart, 2002. 29. Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Antennen - Antennas
Aerosat or Aeroslump? Jim Clark; MSN, Aug./Sept. 1975, S.93-99. Antenna selection guide; ICH, 1st Ed., June 1975/76, S.221226. Gain of Directional Antennas; J. E. Hill; WJ Tech-notes, Vol. 3, No. 4, July/August 1976. Realistic ELINT design considers Antenna pattern tradeoffs; K. Arkind; MSN, Oct./Nov. 1976. [3] System Antenna Selection Criteria; ICH, 2nd Ed., June 1976/77, S. 313-317.

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Soviet ground based Radar Systems Antenna index; ICH, 2nd Ed., 1976/77, S.258-268. Antenna index Soviel Naval Radar Systems; ICH, 2nd Ed., 1976/77, S.273-283. System Antenna selection criteria; ICH, 2nd Ed., 1976/77, S.313-317. Antenna Scan characteristics; ICH, 2nd Ed., 1976/77, S.318330. L-Band Spiralphase Reflectarray; H. Richard Phelan - Harris; MJ, Jan. 1977, S.47-50. Microstrip Antenna Array for 12 GHz TV; M. Collier; MJ, September 1977, S.67-71. Tolerance control in an Array Antenna; G.N. Tsandulas MIT, Lincoln Lab Lxington; MJ, October 1977, S.24-29,35. Discrete-Beam Phased Array; J. Frank - Technology Service Corp.; MJ, October 1977, S.31-34. Phased Array Aircraft Antennas for Satellite Communications; R.J. Mailloux - Hanscom AFB; MJ, October 1977, S.38-42. Ku Band Linear Phased Array; J. Barker & M.E. Davis; MJ, October 1977, S.44-46,58. Breitband-Antennen; G. Dubost/S. Zisler; R. Oldenburg Verlag, Mnchen, 1977. Phased Arrays for ECM; ICH, 3rd Ed., 1977/78, S.333-341. Retrodirective reflectors and ships RCS calculations; ICH, 3rd Ed., 1977/78, S.342-345. MBA vs. Phased Array: Whats best for Satellite application? Leon J. Ricardi; MSN, May 1978, S.32-37. Digital processing enhances Antenna measurements; Doren W. Hess; MSN, May 1978, S.40-54. Designing Offset-Reflector Antennas at 30 GHz; A.W. Rudge & N. Williams; MSN, May 1978, S.56-64. Antennas: Key to Communications Satellite growth; Daniel F. DiFonzo; MSN, June 1978, S.83-91. Signalbertragung; Harald Schumny; Vieweg Verlag, Braunschweig, 1978. Antenna patterns for Earth terminals and the law of the Land; MSN, August 1979, S.130. Beilage der Firma MCL. Tiles cloak shuttle Antennas; Richard English; MSN, November 1979, S.107-117. Intagrate Antennas into planar designs; Naresh C. Deo & Raj Mittra - Uni Illinois; Microwaves, 18(1979)12 (December), S.60-64. Enzyklopdie Naturwissenschaft und Technik, Bd.1, A-D; Verlag Moderne Industrie, Mnchen, 1979. 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. Designing a broadband Phased Array Antenna suitable for use in ECM Systems; Lars Josefsson - LM Ericsson; DE, February 1980, S.85-88. What do You want in Antenna measurement (Near Field); Samuel J. Caprio; MSN, March 1980, S.75-86. Antennas increasingly vital to ECCM, ARMs (Review); A.C. Schell; MSN, April 1980, S.17-20. Dual Frequency Antenna locates Mm-Wave Transmitters; L. Goldstone; MSN, October 1981, S.69-74. Antenna pedestals for Microwave Recon Systems; R. A. Gagelin; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.8, No. 4, July/August 1981. Assessing Antennas for small Satcom Terminals; J.R. Forrest; MSN, October 1981, S.77-100. 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 ONeill (Dorne & Margolin); MSN, March 1982, S.41-47. 38. Active Transmitting Antenna looks good for Space applications; Don Jones (Motorola); MSN, June 1982, S.93106. 39. Antenna Tests establish ionosphric 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.276290. 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.107110. 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.

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 fr die Hochfrequenztechnik; Hans-Georg Unger; Hthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1989. 72. Mikrowellentechnik, Bd.2; Erich Pehl; Hthig 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; Hthig 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; MeinkeGundlach; 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; SpringerVerlag, 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 technologys 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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Electronic Intelligence, The Analysis of Radar Signals; Chapter 4, Polarization; Richard G. Wiley; Artech House, Dedham, MA, 1982. Polarization Considerations in Selecting Surveillance Antennas; John Hill; Watkins-Johnson Company, San Jose, CA, JED, August 1982, S. 31-46. Polarization Measurement: Part 1; D. L. Hawthorne; WJ Tech-notes, Vol. 14, No. 6, Nov./Dec. 1987. Polarization Measurement: Part 1; D. L. Hawthorne; WJ Tech-notes, Vol. 15, No. 1, Nov./Dec. 1988. Designer polarization for EW Antennas; Robert O. Magatagan; JED, December 2000, S.51-53.

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


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Anti-g-Anzug => Druckanzug Antonow AN-124 RUSLAN


Flugzeuge - Die wichtigsten Flugzeugtypen der Welt; Riccardo Niccoli; Kaiser Verlag, Klagenfurt, 2000, S.21. Flugzeuge der Welt 2001; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2001, S.48. Typenblatt: Antonow An-124; SuT, Mai 2002, S.49-50.

1. 2.

APAR
Aktives Schiffsradar APAR; wt 2/96, S.53. Fernmeldetechnik und Elektronik: Multifunktionsradare mit aktiven, phasengesteuerten Antennen; SuT, 12/1999, S.758. Das Boden-Luft-System PAAMS; Planet AeroSpace, Nr.2. Januar-Mrz 2001, S.34-37. Fregatte 124 im Zulauf; Dietrich Stockfisch; SuT, April 2001, S.18-20. Thales Nederland APAR, Stratigiki (griechische Zeitschrift), Juni 2001, S.85. Die LCF-Fregatte der Kniglich Niederlndischen Marine; Leo M. Van Westerhoven & Gerard van Oosbree; SuT, September 2002, S.22-26. Backboards of the fleet: Shipboard Phased-Array Radars; Dimitris V. Dranidis;JED, May 2003, S.55-62. Durchblick und Weitblick; Martin Billeisen; Planet AeroSpace, 4/2005, Okt./Nov./Dez., S.74-77.

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7. 8.

1.

APC-7-Koaxialstecker
Mikrowellentechnik, Grundlagen, Anwendungen, Messtechnik; G. Ks und P. Pauli; Franzis Verlag, Mnchen, 1991.

1.

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

APG => AAQ APG-63(V) [APG-70]


Amercan Eagles; Steve Davis; Air International, April 2004, S.50-55. 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.

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Antennenstrahldiagramm

What do you want in Antenna Measurement?; Samuel J. 1. Caprio; MSN, March 1980, S.75-86 Fundamentals of Antenna Test and Evaluation; R. Hartman 2. & J. Berlekamp; MSN&CT, June 1988, S. 8-20. 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

APG-65

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Multiple role Radar designed for F/A-18; Robert E. White Hughes Aircraft; DE, January 1980, S.44-47. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.218. Technische Unterlage von EADS/Ulm, Airborne Systems.

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APS-145
Introduction to Airborne Radar; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc, Mendham, NJ, 1998.

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APG-68
Introduction to Airborne Radar; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc., Mendham, NJ, 1998. Defense Electronics Airborne Radar Directory; DE, May 1991, S.41-47.


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APY => AAQ APY-1/2 AWACS Radar


Introduction to Electronic Warfare; D. Curties Schleher, Ph.D.; Artech House, Inc., Nordwood, MA, 1994-Printing. Introduction to Airborne Radar; George W. Stimson; Scitech Publishing, Inc., Mendham, NJ, 1998. AWACS, Rivet Joint and Joint STARS; David C Isby; AFM, March 2003, S.20-24.

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APG-73
Introduction to Airborne Radar; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc., Mendham, NJ, 1998.

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APG-76
AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.218. Introduction to Airborne Radar; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc., Mendham, NJ, 1998, S.554. Defense Electronics Airborne Radar Directory; DE, May 1991, S.41-47.

1. 2. 3. 4.

APY-3 JSTARS Radar


Army ISR riflemen get the picture; Kenneth B. Sherman, JED, February 2001, S.39-43. Introduction to Airborne Radar; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc., Mandham, NJ, 1998, S.549. Airborne Surveillance Takes Command; Kernan Chaisson; JED, January 1999, S.43-49. AWACS, Rivet Joint and Joint STARS; David C Isby; AFM, March 2003, S.20-24.

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APG-79

The APG-79 provides limitless choices operationally; AW&ST, April 21, 2003, S.38-39. Stacking the deck - Neither nimble nor quick, the Super 1. Hornet is a jack-of-all-trades; Bill Sweetman; JED, February 2004, S.30-37. 2.

ARBS => Betankungssonde


EADS CASA entwickelt den Boom von Morgen; Planet AeroSpace, 4/2004, S.47. Advanced Refueling Boom - Europas Tanker-Offensive; Jose Antonio Barragan; Planet AeroSpace 1-2/2005, S.82-87.

1.

APG-80
F-16C/D Block 60 in der Entwicklung - Innere Werte; Karl Schwarz; FLUGREVUE, April 2003, S.52-55.

1. 2.

Ariel
European EW: Slowing the march of AN/Dominance; Doug Richardson; JED, September 1998, S.37-45. ARIEL; IECH 2001, S.76.


1. 2.

APN => AAQ APN-241


AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11,1999, S.218. Introduction to Airborne Radar; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc., Mendham, NJ, 1998.

1. 2.

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


1. 2. 3.

APR => AAQ APR-39(V)


AN/APR-39 Warning Receiver; ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.111. Dalmo Victor builds APR-39; Michael Kachmar - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)13, S.23. Anzeige von Litton Advanced Systems in JED, November 2000, S.17: AN/APR(V)2 Suite of Integrated Sensors and Countermeasures (SISCM). AN/APR-39 Series: Radar Signal Detection Set; IECH 2001, S.207.

1.

ARINC-429
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.

1. 2. 3. 4.

ARM, Anti Radiation Missile


Anti-Radar weapon development pushed; AW&ST, January 27, 1975, S.107-114. AT3 Programm to speed Radar geo-locations; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.45-46. New Anti-Radar missile uses dual-mode seeker; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.60. Anti-radiation missile offers European consolidation route; Douglas Barrie, London; AW&ST, May 20, 2002, S.30.

4.

1.

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


1.

APS => AAQ APS-134(V)


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

1. 2.

Armiger
Moderne Luft/Boden-Bewaffnung der Luftwaffe; K. Hringer & B. Jelinek; SuT, Januar 2003, S.30-36. BGT Bodenseewerk - Ein Unternehmen der Diehl VA Systeme. BGT-Firmnebroschre, Januar 2003.

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4.

5. 6.

ATFLIR testing continues; Ec Monitor - B. Rivers; JED, June 2001, S.37-38. Artillerie 5. Raytheon Awarded $78 M LRIP-2 Contract for ATFLIR Die Artillerieschule; R. Gall & W. Ehrmann; wt 2/96, S.19Targeting Pod; MJ, Aug. 2002, S.37. 23. 6. Scharfer Blick; Karl Schwarz; FLUGREVUE, Okt. 2002, S.50Die Deutsche Artillerie sucht ihresgleichen; wt II/2002, 53. S.44-48. 7. ATFLIR enters full rate production; Brednan P. Rivers; JED, Die Artillerietruppe im Heer der Zukunft - Aufgaben, January 2004, S.15. Gliederung, Ausrstung und Fhigkeiten; Heinerich Fischer; 8. Stacking the deck - Neither nimble nor quick, the Super SuT, Mai 2002, S.33-42. Hornet is a jack-of-all-trades; Bill Sweetman; JED, February Aufklrungsfhigkeiten der Artillerie im Heer der Zukunft; 2004, S.30-37. Oberst Heinrich Fischer - Artillerieschule; SuT, November 9. Raytheon delivers combat-proven ATFLIR targeting pod; 2002, S.13-18. Defense News; Microwave Journal, September 2004, S.58. Die modernste Artillerie der Welt - und ihre Defizite; Detlef 10. Raytheons ATFLIR supporting combat operations from the H. Keller, Oberstleutnant a.D.; SuT, April 2003, S.24-28. USS John F. Kennedy; Defense News; Microwave Journal, Die Artillerie im Neuen Heer; Heinrich Fischer November 2004, S.51. Brigadegeneral; Strategie und Technik, Mrz 2005, S.25-31.

4.

1.

ASAS

ASRAAM, AIM-132
Collaborative efforts driving European defense programs; Kay Atwal, et al.; DE, August 1992, S.34-44. ASRAAM; IECM 2001; S.227. Asraam delay provides a salutary lesson; Douglas Barrie, London; AW&ST, January 2002, S.44-45. ASRAAM: Inbetriebnahme bei der Royal Air Force; Stephane Ferrard; Planet AeroSpace 1/2003, S.24,25. Air-to-Air Missile Directory 2004; Rob Hewson; Air International, September 2004, S.45-57.

1. Forschen fr Cockpit der nchsten Generation; Christoph Vernaleken - Institut fr Flugsysteme und Regelungstechnik, Technische Universitt Darmstadt; Luft- 2. 3. und Raumfahrt, Nr. 4, Oktober-Dezember 2004, S.22-24.

1. 2.

ASCII
PC-Lexikon; Hans Herbert Schulze; Rowohlt Taschenbuch Verlag, Hamburg, 1996. Computer Lexikon - Fachwrterbuch; Ausgabe 2002; Microsoft Press Deutschland, Unterschleiheim, 2001.

4. 5.

1.

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

1.

ASDE-X
Avionics Inside; David Hughes; AW&ST, Feb. 19, 2007, S.47.

1. 2.

Assembler, Assemblersprache
PC-Lexikon; Hans Herbert Schulze; Rowohlt Taschenbuch Verlag, Hamburg, 1996. Computer Lexikon - Fachwrterbuch, Ausgabe 2002; Microsoft Press Deutschland, Unterschleiheim, 2001.

1.

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


1. 2. 3. 4.

ASN => AAQ ASPIS, Advanced/Airborne Self-Protection Integrated Suite

1.

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

; ; , 1997, s.44-51. Greek EW award; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, May 12, 2003, S.26. Hellenic Air Force inks F-16 EW contract; P. Brendan; JED, 1. June 2003, S.30-31. Seit 25 Jahren F-16 Falcon - Neue Falken startklar; Christian 2. Hauser; FLIEGERREVUE, 3/2004, S.26-30.

Aster ASTOR
Joint STARS back in ASTOR race; Martin Streetly - European Report; JED, November 1997, S.18. UK awards ASTOR contract; B. Rivers - EC Monitor; JED, July 1999, S.26-27. ASTOR - Additional data; Martin Streetly - European Report; JED, August 1999, S.20. Raytheon gewinnt ASTOR-Wettbewerb; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, August 1999, S.18. Taking the high ground with ASTOR; Avionics Magazine Aviation Today; February 2000. ASTOR Radar to begin trials during 2001 - European Report; Martin Streetly; JED, October 2000, S.18. EWSP Systems selected for UKs ASTOR program; European Report - Brendan O. Rivers; JED, May 2001, S.18. ASTOR Aircraft makes first flight; european report Brendan P. Rivers; JED, September 2001, S.19. ASTOR takes shape; Tim Ripley; Air International, January 2002, S.37.


1.

ASPJ => ALQ-165 ASQ => AAQ ASQ-213, HARM Targeting System, HTS
Greek F-16s may receive HTS; Martin Streetly -European Report; JED, August 1999, S.20.

3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

1. 2. 3.

ASQ-228 ATFLIR

8. Http://www.raytheon.com/es US Navy selects new F/A-18 Targeting System; EC Monitor; 9. JED, August1998, S.31-32. ATFLIR for F/A-18 readies for integration testing; B. Rivers EC Monitor; JED, May 1999, S.28-29.

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10. Flugzeuge der Welt 2002 - Bombardier (Canadair) Global Express ASTOR; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2002, S.110-111. 11. ASTOR is born; Craig Hoyle - RAF Waddington; Flight International, 11-17 July 2006, S.122-126.

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5. 6.

7.

8.

9.

10. 11.

12. 13. 14.

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. ASW, Airborne Anti-Submarine Warfare 1990, S.68-71. ASW - The deterrent; F. G. Peters - Cubic; EW, July/Aug. 28. ASW planners confront old and new threats; Myron Struck; 1976, S.49-54. DE, July 1991, S.49-57. U-Boot-Funkverkehr mit ELF- ein neuer Anlauf der US Navy; 29. U-Jagd-Sonarsysteme der deutschen Marine, Sachstand Dan Boyle; IWR, 7/1978, S.1149-1151. und Ausblick; Gert Maass; SuT, 12/1995, S.789-794. Computers add new effectiveness to SOCUS/CAESAR; Jim 30. ASW, Anti-Submarine Warfare, Out of the depths; Alan Bussert; DE, October 1979, S.5964. Dawes; Air International, March 2001, S.148-153. The Renaissance in Submarine Communications, Part III, 31. Western Anti-Submarine Warfare; David Hobbs; Air The ELF Odyssey 1958-1979; Roland J. Starkey, Jr.; ME/C, International, February 2005, S.38-44. Vol.7, No.1, January 1981, S. 26-39. Erratum: The Renaissance in Submarine Communications, The ELF Odyssey; ME/C, Vol.7, No.2, February 1981, S. 28. ATC, Air-Traffic Controll The Renaissance in Submarine Communications, Part IV: 1. New Techniques to Air-Traffic Control Radars; Charles E. The ELF Odyssey, continued; Roland J. Starkey, Jr.; ME/C, Muehe, et al.; Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol.62, No.6, June Vol.7, No.2, February 1981, S. 29-34. 1974, S.716-723. The Renaissance in Submarine Communications, Part V: 2. Air traffic control radars; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, Blue-Green Laser/Satellite Technology: The search for the January 14, 2002, S.207-209. rainbow; Roland J. Starkey, Jr.; ME/C, Vol.7, No.3, March 3. Air traffic control radars; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, 1981, S.48-54. January 13, 2003, S.199-201. Anti-Submarine Warfare Oceanography, Part I: Concepts; Roland J. Starkey, Jr.; ME/C, Vol.7, No.4, April 1981, S.36 ATCAS => ACAS 43,72-73. The Renaissance in Submarine Communications, Part V: ATE => Mikrowellen-Mess & Testmittel Blue-Green Laser/Satellite Technology: The search for the rainbow, continued; Roland J. Starkey, Jr.; ME/C, Vol.7, ATF, Advanced Tactical Fighter No.4, April 1981, S.44,45,49,69. Radar and Sonar can identify targets; G. C. Gaunaurd, H.M. 1. Sleek, swift, superior; John Haystead; JED, November 1983, S.53-54. berall; MSN, April 1981, S.108-113. 2. ATF programm faces tough challenges; James W. Rawles; The Renaissance in Submarine Communications, Part V: DE, September 1987, S.61-74. Blue-Green Laser/Satellite Technology: The search for the 3. ATF programm gathers momentum; James W. Rawles; DE, rainbow, conclusion; Roland J. Starkey, Jr.; ME/C, Vol.7, Luly 1988, S.43-51. No.4, May 1981, S.55-58,65,66. 4. ATF speeding through dem/val (phase); James W. Rawles; Anti-Submarine Warfare Oceanography, Part II; Roland J. DE, May 1990, S. 37-41. [dem=demonstration, Starkey, Jr.; ME/C, Vol.7, No.6, June 1981, S.65,66,68-71. val=validation] Sonar tests based on Bistatic Radar successes; DE, June 5. Northrop-McDonnell fly ATF; Microwaves & RF, 1981, S.101-104. 29(1990)10, S.21. 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-Bootbekmpfung; Joel S. Wit; Beitrag in Rstung 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.


1.

ATFLIR => ASQ-228 ATIRCM => ALQ-212 ATM


Kommunikation: ATM ComputerSysteme GmbH - Partner fr kundenspezifische Problemlsungen; Tec-Knowledge;wt III/2002, S.22-25.

1. 2.

Atmosphre
Enzyklopdie Naturwissenschaft und Technik, Band A-D; Verlag Moderne Industrie, Mnchen, 1979. Troposcatter flourishes between Satcom and Terrestrial LOS Systems (Review); MSN, November 1980, S.19-26.

1.

Atmosphrische Verluste
Die Radargleichung, Ableitung, Parameter, Formen, Beispiele; Werner Gerlitzki; AEG-Telefunken, Dokument N 14/1138, Ausgabe 577(Gr).

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4. 5. 6.

Coping with Rain above 11 GHz (Attenuation); Fulvio Ananasso; MSN, March 1980, S.58-72. Prototype Tests Secure Millimeter Communications (Millimeter Receiver); Paul G. Steffes & Ronald A. Meck; MSN, October 1980, S.59-68. Computer Programm Predicts Rain Attenuation; George V. Kinal; MSN, August 1981, S.118-119. Atmospheric Attenuation; MSDH, 4th Ed., July 1986, Vol. 16, No.7, S.387. The application of Imaging Sensors to Aircraft landings in adverse weather; Stuart W. Greenwood - Uni of Maryland; MJ, September 1992, S.80-89.

3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

8.

Aufklrungsverbund, Nachrichtengewinnung und Aufklrung; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt, I/2000, S.80-85. EADS maximiert Leistungen fr den Informationsverbund der Streitkrfte; H.W.S:; wt, IV/2000, S.248-250. Aufklrung der Bundeswehr im nationalen Verbund; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt, I/2003, S.82-85. Seefernaufklrung aus der Luft tut Not! Gottfried Reichert; wt, I/2003, S.93-99. Die Strategische Aufklrung in der Bundeswehr; Strategische Aufklrung warum und wozu; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt II/2004, S.24-34. Der erste SAR-Lupe-Satellit im All; Sascha Lange; SuT, Februar 2007, S.14-16.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Atmosphrische Effekte
Atmospheric Effects on Radio Wave Propagation; Part I; John B. Beach; DE, December 1979, S.95-98. Atmospheric Effects on Radio Wave Propagation; Part II; John B. Beach; DE, February 1980, S.75-83. Atmospheric Effects on IR/EO Propagation; Part III; John B. Beach; DE, April 1980, S.77-85. Computerized Data Help Predict Anomalous Propagation (Review); Stefan Geisenheyner; MSN, April 1982, S.45-46. A practical guide to anomalous propagation, Part 1; Harvey Ko - John Hopkins Uni, Laurel, MD; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)4, S.71-76. Guide EM waves with atmospheric ducts; J.B. Knorr - Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)5, S.67-70. Dont let ducting clutter system specs, Part 2; Harvey Ko John Hopkins Uni, Laurel, MD; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)6, S.103-108. How accurate is range correction? Gregory Robertshaw, Mitre Corp., Bedford, MA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)3, S.129-132. Communications EW, Part 2 - HF Propagation; Dave Adamy; JED, July 2003, S.64-65.

1.

Auswertung
Begriffe der Elektronischen Kampffhrung; Herausgegeben von DaimlerChrysler Aerospace AG, Fhrung und Kommunikation, Ulm, 1999.

1. 2.

Autoflug GmbH
Autoflug GmbG & Co; Peter Streubel; wt I/2000, S.96. Sicherheit hat einen Namen AUTOFLUG; Marketing Sektion, WT-Profil; wt, IV/2000, S.123-126.

6.

1. 2.

Autopilot
Cockpit-Instrumente; Peter Bachmann; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1998. Avionics for the Pilot; Joe Johnston; Airlife Publishing Ltd, Shrewsbury, UK, 1998.

7.

8.

1.

AV-8B, Harrier

9.

1. 2.

3. 4.

5. 6.

AV-8B Harrier II moves into the field with the Marines; J.F.J.; DE, December 1984, S.84, 87. 2. The Navys 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. Atomuhren 4. Flugzeug-Katalog 2000, Militrflugzeuge; Boeing AV-8B Fundamentals of Time and Frequency Standards; HewlettHarrier II; GeraNova Verlag, Mnchen. Packard Application Note 52-1, Rev. October 1974. 5. Flugzeuge, Die wichtigsten Flugzeugtypen der Welt; Cesium clocks keep the world on time; Helmut Hellwig Riccardo Niccoli; Kaiser Verlag, Klagenfurt, 2001, S.98. Frequency and Time Systems, Beverly, MA; Microwaves & 6. Flugzeuge der Welt, 2001; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch RF, 24(1985)9, S.131-138. Verlag, Stuttgart, 2001, S.90-91. Atomic oscillator fits in your palm; Barry E. Manz - Chief 7. Sea Harrier - Falklands veteran; David Hobbs; Air Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)4, S.127-128. International, May 2002, S.298-301. Microprocessor governs cesium frequency standard; 8. RAF combat aircraft; Dave Willis; AFM, November 2002, Product of Frequency and Time Systems, Beverly, MA; S.38-45. Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)10, S.131. 9. Evolution of the Harrier II; Lt Col Michael K Hile; AIR Reap unseen benefits from NAVSTAR-GPS; Hugo Fruehauf International, January 2004, S.16-20. Ball, Irvine, CA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)12, S.113-117. 10. Flightline: BAE Systems Sea Harrier; Flugrevue, Dezember Compact atomic source has high stability - Product of 2004, S.37-40. EG&G Frequency Products, Salem, MA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)13, S.160-161.

Avionik, Avionics

1.

ATR 72 ASW
Turkey selects ATR 72 ASW; News, Air Forces Monthly, March 2005, S.8.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2.

Aufklrung - Reconnaissance
Shooting with sensors: Tac Recce shifts to the Fighters; Brendan P. Rivers; JED, September1999, S.37-43. The future of ISR; Brendan P. Rivers; JED, December1999, S.37-41.

Planning beginns for V/STOL Avionics; James Fawcette; EW/DE, February 1978, S.48-52. Avionics design requires standardization; EW/DE, February 1978, S.54-59. Air Force Avionics Lab research; James E. Adair - Wright Patterson AFB, OH; MJ, May 1978, S.30-32. Avionics for the 1980s; ME/C, Vol.4, No.6, June 1978, S.2027. Avionics Frequencies are jumping; EW/DE, November 1978, S.68-69.

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9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Airborne Electronics in the Age of High-Speed Integrated Circuits; Jim Martin; DE, July 1980, S:53-60. Luck and Foresight Mold Avionics Evolution (OPinion); Irving M. Gottlieb; MSN, March 1982, S.34,39. From Cockpit to conference room - and back again; Joseph K. Black - Werner Robins AFB Air Logistics Center; JED, November 1983, S.31-35. Avionics systems dont fail, components and board fail; Michael Kachmar; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)3, S.38. F-20 Avionics - Tigershark Avionics on target; Bruce Gumble; DE, April 1985, S.107-113. Air Force standardizing Avionics; Maj. Gen. George Monahan, Jr.; DE, August 1985, S.120-130. Strengthening Americas air arm - Critical Programm Reviews: Aicraft & Avionics; DE, July 1986, S.129-142. Tight budgets boost Avionics retrofit market; Don Dugdale; DE, May 1987, S.48-53. 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.

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.

1.

AVR-2
AVR-2; IECM, 2001 Edition, S.209.

AWACS => E-3 A/C

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1. 2. 3.

B Band => Frequenzbandbezeichnungen B-1B Lancer

8. 9.

B-1 der neue Hyberschallbomber fr die USAF; SuT, 5/1971, S.252-253. 10. Boeing (Rockwell) B-1B Lancer; SuT, Januar 2003, S.29-30. Aircraft of the USAF; Mark Ayton; AFM, August 2003, S.7211. 87.

1. 2. 3.

B-2 Spirit

12.

B-2 Spirit - Stealthy global bomber; Robert F Dorr; AFM, May 2002, S.42-47. 13. Aircraft of the USAF; Mark Ayton; AFM, August 2003, S.7287. Northrop Grumman awarded contract for B-2 Radar 14. modernization; Defense News; Microwave Journal, November 2004, S.52. 15.

B-52 Stratofortress
1. 2.

Boeing B-52H Stratofortress; Jon Lake; Air International, May 2001, S.286-293. 16. Aircraft of the USAF; Mark Ayton; AFM, August 2003, S.7287.

Spread-Sprectum devices cater to new systems; Roger D. Colvin; Microwaves, 20(1981)2, S.65-67,71,74,80. Spread-Spectrum Radios thwart hostile jammers; Marc Spellman - Harris, Melbourne, FL; Microwaves, 20(1981)9, S.85-90. 3 Spread Spectrum Systems serve nearly all C aspects; MSN, April 1982, S.78-91. Spread Spectrum use likely to expand; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, January 3, 1983, S.55-58. Improved matched filters sharpen spread spectrum, Part 1; George D. OClock, Jr. Professor, Mankato State University, MN; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)9, S.125-129. Matched-filter SNR boosts performance, Part 2; George D. OClock, Jr. Professor, Mankato State University, MN; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)10, S.91-94,126. Receiver IC buttresses spread-spectrum systems; Leendert B. Quist - RF Micro Devices, Greensboro, NC; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)5, S.215-222. Spread-spectrum system provides positioning data; Fu-Nian Ku - Hughes Network Systems, Germantown, MD; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)3, S.63-68. Test group focuses on spread spectrum; Victor Perrote Executive Editor; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)9, S.121-122.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

BAE SYSTEMS

1.

Barittdioden
Baritt diodes advance to Ka Band; P.N. Frg & J. Freyer - TU Munich; Microwaves, 20(1981)4, S.61-65. Baritt-Dioden fr das V-band; U. Gttich; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.13, No.1, 1987, S.37-40. Mikrowellentechnik, Bd.2; Erich Pehl; Hthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1989, S.234.

Http://www.baesystems.com BAe and MES merge; Martin Streetly - European Report; 2. JED, January 2000, S.18. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 14, 2002. 3. IECH 2001, S.352. Top 25 EW 2001; B. Callan & M. Lynch; JED, May 2001, S.59-52. BAE SYSTEMS; Peter Preylowski - Oberst a.D.; SuT, 2/2000, 1. S.99.

Barometrischer Hhenmesser
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. Enzyklopdie Naturwissenschaft und Technik; Bd E-J; Verlag Moderne Industrie, Mnchen, 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.

1.

Bandspreizung - Spread Spectrum, SS


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. Spektrale Spreizung als Multiplex-Verfahren - Eine Einfhrung; Michael Aldinger, et al. - AEG, Ulm; NTZ 28(1975) H.3, S.79-88. Spread Spectrum Techniques are revolutionizing communications; C. L. Cuccia; MSN, September 1977, S.37. Jamming low power Spread Spectrum Radar; Gilbert R. Johnson; EW/DE, Sept./Oct. 1977, S.103-112. Abhr- und strfester Funkverkehr durch Breitbandspreizung; G.S. Sundaram; IWR, 3/1978, S.433434. Spread Spectrum: Principles and possible application to spectrum utilization and allocation; William F. Utlaut; IEEE Communications Society Magazine, September 1978, S.2130. Understanding low power Spread Spectrum Radars; Gilbert R. Johnson; EW/DE, November 1978, S.75-77.

2.

3. 4.

2.

3. 4. 5.

1.

Barracuda
Unbemannter UAV Demonstrator erffnet EADS neue Technologieperspektiven; Wolfram Wolff; Mforum, Mai 2006, S.4-7.

6.

1. 2.

Batterie
Brockhaus - Naturwissenschaften und Technik; Bd.1.A-Ek.1989 & Bd.2.El-In.-1989. PC-Lexikon; Hans Herbert Schulze; Rowohlt, Hamburg, 1996.

7.

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Computer Lexikon - Fachwrterbuch, Ausgabe 2002; Microsoft Press Deutschland, Unterschleiheim, 2001.

1.

1.

Baud, Bd
Nachrichtentechnik, bertragung und Verarbeitung; Herter - Rcker; Carl Hansen Verlag, Mnchen Wien, 1976, S.140.

2.

1.

BAW, Bulk Acoustic Wave

3.

2.

BAW devices fit compact delay lines; E. Kirchner - Teledyne Microwave, Mountain View, CA, et al.; Microwaves & RF, 4. 27(1988)2, S.139-150. Storing analog signals is easy as BAW; Anzeige der Firma Andersen Laboratorien in MSN, February 2002, Rckseite des Deckblatts.

Calculate bit error rate for digital radio signal transmission; Jorgen Sandberg - ESA, The Netherlands; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)6, S.97-106. 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. BER analyzer checks com system data - product of SyntheSys Research, Menlo Park, CA; Jack Browne Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)9, S.126. Photonik, Grundlagen, Komponenten und Systeme; Prof. Dr. Jrgen Jahns - Fern-Universitt Hagen; Oldenburg Verlag Mnchen Wien, 2001.

Blitzschutz
Von Blitz getroffen - mehr Schutz fr Elektronik und neue Werkstoffe; Planet AeroSpace, Nr. 3/2003, Juli-AugustSeptember, S.14-17. Wenn der Blitz einschlgt - Keine Angst vor elektrischen Entladungen; Flug Revue, November 2007, S.90-93.

1. 2.

Beugung, Diffraktion
Physik; 14. Auflage, Gerthsen-Kneser-Vogel; SpringerVerlag, Berlin, 1982. College Physics; 6th Ed.; Sears - Zemansky - Young, Addison-Wesley Publ. Company, 1985.

1.

2.

1. 2.

BGT
http://www.bgt.de Diehl VA Systems - Leistungstrger fr Verteidigungssysteme und Avionik - BGT Bodenseewerk; SuT, September 2001, S.35-37. BGT Bodenseewerk - Ein Unternehmen der Diehl VA Systeme; Firmenbroschre, berlingen, 2003. Diehl VA Systeme - Verteidigung und Avionik; berlingen, 2003.

1.

Bluetooth
CeBIT - Die Zukunft hat schon begonnen, Trend Funkbertragung - Bluetooth; Klaus Buch; SuT, Juli 2001, S.55-57.

3. 4.

1.

BMEWFS
UK BMEWS to Raytheon; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)8, S.65.

1.

Bodenwellen - Ground Waves


Satellitenortung und Navigation; Werner Mansfeld; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1998, S. 67.

1. 2. 3.

BIGSTAF (Breitbandiges, Intergriertes Gefechtsstand-Fernmeldenetz)

Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; Gerhard Hubatscheck (Hrsg); Report-Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 1999. 1. Der Funknetzanteil BIGSTAF; Michael Stoof, Typenbegleitoffizier von BIGSTAF; SuT, 10/2000, S.655-659. BIGSTAF, Breitbandiges, Integriertes GefechtsstandFernmeldenetz;HJW; wt, II/2002, S.35.

Boden-Radar
DoD turns to GaAs technology for ground-based radars; John Rhea - Freelance Writer; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)5, S.47-53.

1. 2.

Boeing

3.

1. Bikonische, Doppelkonische Dipolantennen EM Systems, Model A6432: EM Systems, Inc., Santa Anna, 2. Sunnyvale, CA, Antennas & Direction Finding Systems, S.39. 3. Watkins-Johnson, Model WJ-8549: Watkins-Johnson 4. Company, San Jose, CA, Antennas und Antenna Systems, S.42/43. EM Systems, Model A6277: EM Systems, Inc., Santa Anna, 5. Sunnyvale, CA, Antennas & Direction Finding Systems, S.42. 6.

1. 2.

BiLog-Antennen
Neues von Rohde & Schwarz, Heft 165 (1999/V), S.18-19. What to look for in an EMC Antenna; Tim Williams; 1999 Annual Reference Guide, Compliance Engineering European Ed., S.77-80.

1.

BITE
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

AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999. JED, February 2001, S.75. Flugzeuge der Welt 2001; Glaudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2001. US Strategic Bombers; Robert F. Dorr; AFM, July 2001, S.2631. Wolf in sheeps clothing - Boeing 737 military derivatives, Part 1; Jon Lake; Air International, December 2003, S.60-64. Wolf in sheeps clothing - Boeing 747, 757 and 767 military derivatives, Part 2; Jon Lake; Air International, March 2004, S.48-53. 7. Wolf in sheeps 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.5053.

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

1.

Boeing 737 AEW&C Wedgetail


Kleines AWACS mit groer Leistung; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE; Mrz 2005, S.58-62.

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.

1.

Boeing 777
Gegenangriff mit dem Worldliner - Roll-out der Boeing 777-200 RL; Sebastian Steinke; Revue, April 2005, S.22-26.

1. 2.

Braggzellempfnger - Bragg Cell Receiver


Interaction between light and sound; Robert Adler; IEEE Spectrum, May 1967, S.42. Acoustooptic Deflection Materials and Techniques; Naoya Uchida and Nobukazu Niizeki; Proc. Of the IEEE, Vol. 61, No. 8, August 1973, S.1073. All about Bragg Cells; EW, July/Aug. 1976, S.37. The D-70R as a Broadband, Wide-Open Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer; ICH, 2nd Ed., June 1976/77, S.402-404. Real-Time Spectrum Analysis Using Bragg Cell Techniques; ICH, 2nd Ed., June 1976/77, S.564-567. Acousto-optics light the path to broadband ESM receiver design; Steven Peliotis; Microwaves, 16(1977)9, S.54. Optical Channelized Receiver Applications to Radar; Richard A. Coppock, u.a.; SPIE Vol. 128, Effective Utilization of Optics in Radar Systems (1977), S.234. Bragg Cells Spur Interest in Analog Processing for Surveillance Receivers; DE, April 1978, S.60. Bragg Cell RF Signal Processing; R.A. Coppock, et al. - GTE Sylvania, Mountain View; MJ, September 1978, S.62- 65. Integrated optical spectrum analyzer: an imminent chip; Dean B. Anderson; IEEE spectrum, December 1978, S.22. Bragg Cells Arrive; MSN, September 1979, S.122. Acousto-optical Processing Opens New Vistas in Surveillance and Warning Receivers; William S. Oakley; DE, October 1979, S.91-101. Acousto-Optics Advance ESM; J.H. Collins; MSN, December 1979, S.37-44. Sensor Spectrum Analyzer Developed; Benjamin M. Elson; AW&ST, March 1980, S.81. Integrated Optical RF Spectrum Analyzer; D. Mergerian & E.C. Malarkey; MJ, September 1980, S.37. Acousto-Optics - A Review of Fundamentals; Adrianus Korpel; Proc. Of IEEE, Vol. 69, No.1, January 1981, S.48. Acousto-Optic Signal Processing: Convolution and Correlation; William T. Rhodes; Proc. of the IEEE, Vol. 69, No. 1, January 1981, S.65. Microwave Acoustic Advances; MSN, May 1981, S.78. Optics Integrated for Processing; MSN, May 1981, S.92. Optical Signal Processing; David Casasent; Electro-Optical Systems Design; June 1981, S.39. Interferometric spectrum analyzer; A. Vander Lugt; Applied Optics, Vol.20, No.16, 15 August 1981, S.2770. Acousto-Optic Processing Increases EW Capabilities; B.J. Berg, M.W. Casseday, and I.J. Abramovitz; MSN, February 1982, S.106-118. Optics Processing Is Going to Burgeon in the Next Decade; Richard Hartman und Dr. John Grisby; DE, April 1982, S.35. Acousto-Optic Bragg Cells Speed EW Signal Processing; Charles L. Grasse and David L. Brubaker; MSN, January 1983, S.53-69. Surveillance Receiver Uses Bragg Cell System; Alan Seward (Defence Research Establishment); MSN, September 1983, S.64A-64I. Acoustooptics may replace electronic processing; M. Lawrence - British Aerospace, Bristol, UK; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)11 (November), S.81-86.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Boeing 787
Fr den Punkt-zu-punkt-Verkehr: Boeing 787 Dreamliner; Karl-Dieter Sefert; FLIEGERREVUE, 4/2005, S.10-13. Boeing 787: Integrations next step; James W. Ramsey; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, June 2005. Boeing 787: Luftfahrtelektronik neuer Generation; Joseph Wlad & Wind River; Luft- und Raumfahrt, 4/2005, S.28-30. Halbzeit fr die 787; Sebastian Steinke; FLUG REVUE, September 2005, S.22-26. Boeing Stellt 787-Cockpit vor; Sebastian Steinke; FLUG REVUE, November 2005, S.34-35. Dreierbande; Patrick Hoeveler; FLUG REVUE, Dezember 2005, S.85-86. B787 Cockpit: Boeings Bold Move; David Jensen; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, November 2005. Dreamliner Premiere - Roll-out in Everett; Sebastian Steinke; FLUG REVUE, September 2007, S.24-29. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

1.

BOL Countermeasures Dispenser


Technische Firmenunterlage BOL Countermeasures Dispenser, 6794B 01-10 HRLA; Saab Avionics, Jrflla, Schweden.

13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

1.

Bomben
Aircraft armament; Roy Braybrook; Air International; November 2003, S.88-92.

1.

Bomber

B-1 der neue Hyerschallbomber fr 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 - Militrfuftfahrt heute, No.2; GeraNova Zeitschriftenverlag GmbH, Mnchen, 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.

18. 19. 20. 21. 22.

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Bus
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, S.88-93. Bussysteme, Parallele und Serielle Bussysteme in Theorie und Praxis; Georg Frber (Hrsg.); Oldenburg Verlag, Mnchen, Wien, 1984. System control of VHF/UHF Receivers; C:E: Dexter & T. W. Goodell; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.12, No.6, Nov./Dec. 1985. Industry standard buses find military role; Stewart A. Dewar; DE, August 1987, S.53-64. Advanced bus analyzer meets MIL-STD-1553; Interface technology Product; DE, February 1988, s.106. Test-Systems architecture for the future; Joseph DePond HP; MSN&CT, August 1988, S.42-50. VXIbus compatible instrument operates in the Microwave Frequency range; Racal-Dana Instruments; MSN, January 1989, S.50-52. Choosing a military backplane Bus for the 90s and beyond; Sheila Galatowitsch; DE, May 1991, S.25-39. 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. Military Bus Technology; Choosing a Military Backplane Bus for the '90s and Beyond; Sheila Galatowitsch; DE, May 1991, S.25. Taschenbuch der Hochfrequenztechnik; Bd 1, Grundlagen; 5te Auflage; Meinke-Gundlach; Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1992. Hop on board the PCI bus; F. Casagni & T. Rarich; DE, March 1995, S.20-22.

1. 2.

Firmenunterlagen
Itek Applied Technology: Bragg Cell L500, 6/79. Itek Applied Technology: Bragg Cell L1000, DS-249.

4. 5. 6. 7. 8.


1. 2.

Brechung, Refraktion
Physik; 14. Auflage, Gerthsen - Kneser - Vogel; SpringerVerlag, Berlin, 1982. College Physics; Sears - Zemansky - Young, 6th Ed., Addison-Wesley Publ. Company, 1985.

Breguet BR 1150 Atlantic


Flugzeuge der Welt, heute - morgen; W. Green & D. Punnett; Werner Classen Verlag, Zrich/Stuttgart, 1971. Atlantic M4 - das neue Seeaufklrungs- und U-JagdFlugzeug der franzsischen Marine; IWR, 1/1979, S.115117. Die Kampfwertsteigerung der Breguet Atlantic; Joachim Schulze-Lauen; wt, 5/87/, S.38-40. Nutzungsdauerverlngerung (NDV) Breguet 1150 Atlantic; SuT, 12/1999, S.734. MPA - Wie sieht der Nachfolger aus? Jrgen Pppelmann; wt, IV/1999, S.68-71. Breguet 1150 Atlantic; SuT, Dezember 2001, S.39. Wettbewerb um den Atlantic-Nachfolger; Karl Schwarz, FLUG REVUE, Oktober 2002, S.58-59. Marineflieger Atlantics; S. De Graef & R. Borremans; AFM, Issue 177, December 2002, S.48-52. Seefernaufklrung aus der Luft tut Not! Gottfried Reichert; wt, I/2003, S.93-99. Im Wettbewerb um die Atlantic-Nachfolge; pp; SuT, April 2003, S.63. Einsatz vor Mogadishu; Kaj-Gunnar Sievert; FLIEGERREVUE, 7/2003, S.24-27. Atlantique replacement up in the air; Europear Report, Michal Fiszer; JED, July 2003, S.23. Naval Air Wing 3 - Graf Zeppelin; Mark Ayton; Air Forces Monthly, February 2005, S.58-63. Orion lst Atlantic ab; Rainer Schmid; FLIEGERREVUE, 3/2005, S.30. 9. 10.

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

11.

12.

13.

1.

Butler-Matrix => Antennen


Funkpeiltechnik; Grabau & Pfaff; Francksche Verlagshandlung, Stuttgart, 1989. Beitrag von M. Uhlmann Peilverfahren fr Radar-EloUM-Empfnger, S. 219-239.

1.

BWB
Die Dienststellen im Geschftsbereich des Bundesamtes fr Wehrtechnik und Beschaffung; Dr. Manfred Schober; wt, I/2001, S.65-66. Das BWB auf dem Weg in eine neue Struktur; Dr. Manfred Schober; SuT, Dezember 2001, S.9-62. Das BWB und seine Dienststellen; N. Frtsch & S. Hischke; SuT, September 2002, S.35-41. Die Zielstruktur des BWB im Jahr 2006; SuT, Dezember 2002, S.9-15. Das neue BWB; Volker Schmitt; wt II/2003, S.9-14. Dientstellen des BWB; SuT, Dezember 2004, S.12-17.

2. 3. 4.

1. 2. 3.

Breitbandantennen => Antennen

Breitband-Antennen; G. Dubost & S. Zisler; R. Oldenburg 5. Verlag, Mnchen, Wien, 1977. 6. AEL, American Electronic Laboratories, Inc.: Antennas, Antenna Masts, Mounts and Adapters, 1987. Rohde & Schwarz, Catalog 1999/2000, Antennen HF - VHF - 1. UHF - SHF, Mnchen, 1999. Breitbandempfnger = > Empfnger Brimstone Brimstone; IECM 2001, S.244. 2.

BWO
BWOs power mm-wave sweep generators - Product of ELVA-1, Petersburg, Russia; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)2, S.156. BWOs tune across mm-wave applications - Product of ELVA-1, Petersburg, Russia; Jack Browne - Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)9, S.156.


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1. 2.

C Band => Frequenzbandbezeichnungen C-5 Galaxy


Transportflugzeuge; Achim Figgen, Diethmar Plath & Brigitte Rothfischer; Bechtermnz Verlag, Augsburg, 2000. Upgraded C-5M debut; Flight International, 23-29 May 2006, S.4.

6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

1. 2. 3.

C-17A Globemaster III


Flugzeuge - Die wichtigsten Flugzeugtypen der Welt; Riccardo Niccoli; Kaiser Verlag, Klagenfurt, 2000, S.145. Strategic success story; Mark Nichols; AFM, January 2000, S.56-61. Boeing C-17A, Globmaster III - Das Transportflugzeug fr das 21. Jahrhundert; Peter Preylowski - Oberst a.D.; SuT, Oktober 2001, S.26. Boeing C-17A, Globmaster III; Peter Preylowski- Oberst a.D.; Beitrag in: Flieger-Kalender 2002, Mittler, Berlin Bonn, 2001, S.80. Flugzeuge der Welt 2001; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag; Stuttgart, 2001, S.84. Boeing C-17 A Globemaster III; FLUGREVUE, April 2003, S.47-50. Aircraft of the USAF; Mark Ayton; AFM, August 2003, S.7287. Boeing C-17A Globmaster III; Typenblatt; Soldat und Technik, Februar 2004, S.43-44.

4.

5. 6. 7. 8.

16.

USAF Herks; Rene J Francillon; Air International, February 2001, S.80-84. Keep on truckin; Lt Cdr Rick Burgess USN (Ret); AFM, June 2003, S.76-82. C-130J - auf dem Weg nach oben; Hristian Hauser; FLIEGERREVUE, 1/2003, S.26-30. Aircraft of the USAF; Mark Ayton; AFM, August 2003, S.7287. Hercules on skies; Kaj-Gunnar Sievert; Air International, January 2004, S.26-28, 50 Jahre im Einsatz. Hercules - die Legende; Rainer W. During; FLIEGERREVUE, 10/2004, S.28-30. Hercules evolution - RAF C-130Js in service; Dino Carrara; Air International, October 2004, S.56-60. Hercules-Aufgabe; Karl Schwarz; Flugrevue, Dezember 2004, S.6-13. Royal Air Force Transports of today; Jon Lake; Air Forces Monthly, January 2005, S.24-29. Military/Civil interoperability extented scope for CNS/ATC; Charlotte Adams; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, February 2005. Little Rocks J; Warren E Thompson; AFM, April 2005, S.2832.

1. 2. 3. 4.

C-160 Transall
Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; Gerhard Hubatschek (Hrsg.); Report Verlag, Frankfurt a/M, 1999. Luftfahrzeuge und Luftfahrtgertetechnik; SuT, 12/2000, S.791-802. Flugzeuge - Die wichtigsten Flugzeugtypen der Welt; Riccardo Niccoli; Kaiser Verlag, Klagenfurt, 2000, S.205. Transall C-160 ... Von den Anfngen deutsch-franzsischer Zusammenarbeit; Gerard Frison; Planet AeroSpace, Nr.2. Januar-Mrz 2001, S.60-63. Ein Arbeitspferd feiert Jubilum; FLUGREVUE, Januar 2002, S.63. Vor vierzig Jahren: Erstflug der Transall; Peter Preylowski Redakteur, Oberst a.D.; SuT, Februar 2003, S.40-41. Transall C160: Sie verlieh der deutsch-franzsischen Zusammenarbeit Flgel; Wolfgang Mhlbauer;Planet AeroSpace, Nr. 2/2003, April-Mai-Juni, S.66-69. Transall C 160; Flightline; FLUG REVUE, September 2004, S.53-56.

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C-27J Spartan
Replacing Australias Caribou; Roy Braybrook; Air International, October 1997, S.209-213. Flugzeuge - Die wichtigsten Flugzeugtypen der Welt; Riccardo Niccoli; Kaiser Verlag, Klagenfurt, 2000, S.12. Flugzeuge der Welt 2001; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag; Stuttgart, 2001, S.38. Italian military transport tested in Singapore skies; D. M. North; AW&ST, April 29, 2002, S.72-74. Spartan in name only; Jeff Rhodes & Malcolm English; Air International, December 2004, S.44-46. Special Spartan; Andy Natvi, Gaselle, Italien; AW&ST, September 10, 2007, S.60-62. Show Off - Putting the C-27J through straight-and-narrow and downright show-stopping paces; Andy Natvi, Gaselle, Italien; AW&ST, September 10, 2007, S.62-64.

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8.

1. 2.

CAD, Computer Aided Design


Synthesize Amplifiers Exactly; Les Besser; MSN, October 1979, S.28-40. Large-Signal characterization plus computer graphics aid Oscillator design (Oscillator CAD); M. J. Howes & R. D. Pollard; MSN, October 1979, S.42-57. CAD optimizes broadband Amplifiers; Y. Aral & Y. Tokumitse; MSN, October 1979, S.58-63, 78-79. Exact synthesis Designs Networks; Les Besser; MSN, November 1979, S.130-131. Computer simplifies impedance matching, Part IV; G. Szentirmai & L. Besser; MSN, February 1980, S.72-78. Enhance S-Parameter accuracy; Michael Hillbun; MSN, March 1980, S.89-93.

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C-130 Hercules
Hercules rejuvenated; Dave Allport; Air International, December 1999, S.367-370. USAF Modernizing C-130 Fleet; B. Rivers, JED, January 2000, S.25. The modernized Herc; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, July 2000. Flugzeuge - Die wichtigsten Flugzeugtypen der Welt; Riccardo Niccoli; Kaiser Verlag, Klagenfurt, 2000, S.138. Flugzeuge der Welt 2001; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2001, S.210.

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10.

11. 12. 13.

14.

CAD system solves bottlenecks in VLSI design flow; David M. Russell; DE, November 1984, S.87, 90. Computer -aided engineering close-up; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)13 (December), S.57. Microwave circuit layout: A dynamic plot emerges; Steven L. March - Compact Software, Round Rock, TX; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)13 (December), S.59-62,158-161. High-frequency CAD comes out of the lab and onto the shelf; Les Besser - Microwve Educational Programs, Los Altos, CA; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)13 (December), S.6569. The Software selector: A guide to RF and microwave CAD; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)13 (December), S.70-95. CAD packeges improve circuit-optimization methods; U. L. Rohde; MSN&CT, May 1985, S.117-135. Network synthesis CAD programm applied to RF and Microwave Circuit design - Part 1; Max W. Medley Jr EEsof; MSN&CT, January 1987, S.97-107. CAD-Anwendungen im Bereich der Mikrowellen; Prof. Fred Gardiol; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.13, No.1, 1987, S.30-36.

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CAE Elektronik GmbH

18. Quebec Aerospace - A world-class center of excellence in Canada; AW&ST, Special Advertising Section, May 15, 2005, 19. S.S1-S11.

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

20. 21.

1. 2. 3. 4.

CASA C-295, CN-235


Replacing Australias Caribou; Roy Braybrook; Air International, October 1997, S.209-213. CASA C-295; Air International, September 1999, S.177. Flugzeuge der Welt 2001; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2001, S.122. CN-235 und C-295: Vielseitigkeit zahlt sich aus; Planet AeroSpace, Nr. 3/2003, Juli-August-September, S.54. 22.

23. 24. 25.

1.

CASCADE

Europes CASCADE: Blueprint for data link services; George 26. Marsh; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, April 2006. 27.

1.

Cassegrain Antenne, Doppelreflektorantennen

A Dual Reflector Antenna Scans Many Beamwidths without 28. Loss of Gain, Resolution or Sidelobe Level; George Skahill; 29. MJ, March 1988, S. 129-139.

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CAT
Kopf hoch! Blickfelddarstellung in Airlinern; Sebastian Steinke; FLUG REVUE, September 2005, S.34-35.

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

CC, C2, CCC, C3, C3CM, C3I, C4I, und C4ISR

32. 3 C : The big picture; Countermeasures, March 1977, S.24. 3 EW-C Interlationships, Part I; Charles D. Burdick et al.; 33. ME/C, Vol.3, No.7, July 1977, S.49,53. 3 EW-C Interlationships, Part II; Charles D. Burdick et al.; ME/C, Vol.3, No.8, August 1977, S.24-28. 34. 3 Tactical Counter C ; R. G. Braun & A .P. Oliver; ME/C, Vol.3, No.9, September 1977, S.84-88. 35. 3 C and EW in the Navy; Capt. Albert A. Gallotta, Jr. - USN; ME/C, Vol.4, No.4. April 1978, S.67-69. 3 Air and Space C ; ME/C, Vol.4, No.4. April 1978, S.73,76,77.

Tactical C in the Infantry; ME/C, Vol.4, No.4. April 1978, S.79-80. 3 C : Key challenges face Military planners; James Fawcette; EW/DE, June 1978, S.57-66 und 86. DoD protected Communications programm growing; DE, August 1979, S.77-80. 3 Internetting and ADP bolster Strategic C ; Richard Hartman; DE, September 1979, S.54-63, 111. 2 Defining and measuring C , Part I; H. B. Teates, et al.; ME/C, Vol.6, No.5, May 1980, S. 40,42,44,46,92,93; 2 Defining and Measuring C , Part II; H. B. Teates, et al.; ME/C, Vol.6, No.6, June 1980, S.28-34. 3 The increasing importance os C Jamming; ICH, 6th Ed., 1980/81, S.336-348. 3 C drives need for Communication Simulation Systems; David I. King - Antekna; ICH, 6th Ed., 1980/81, S.349-356. The essentials of Command and Controll; Julian Lake; DE, October 1981, S.25-28. 3 C - The last ten years; Lieut. General Hillman Dickinson; ME/C, Vol.8, No.1, January 1982, S.26, 29-31. 3 Spread Spectrum Systems serve nearly all C Aspects; MSN, April 1982, S.78-91. 3 NATO C , IFF, and EW being updated; DE, May 1982, S.5061. 3 Precision frequency standards upgrade performance of C I Systems; Dr Nicholas F. Yannoni - RADC; MSN, June 1982, S.114-131. 3 Defensive C Countermeasures; Roy Jacobus; JED, July 1982, S.31-35. 3 C CM Modeling and Simulation, A Necessary Step in Defining Force Structure, Testing, and Operational Employment; Gerald J. Carey et al.; JED, July 1982, S.3741,51. C3CM: Fortschritt und Ausblick; Major General Doyle E. Larsen - USAF; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.8, No.4, 1982, S.381-384. 3 C CM EW; David B. Hoinsigton; JED, March 1983, S.51-62. 3 C CM and the Airland Battle; LTG W. R. Richardson; JED, June 1983, S.43-46,50,52. Command Control Communications, C3I; MSN, May 1984, S.184-199. Protective C3CM; Walter G. Deeley; JED, October 1984, S.47-54. 3 C Is role on the battlefield; Provided by Tadiran, Israel; DE, October 1984, S.219-226. 3 Upbeat outlook for C I; David A. Boutacoff; DE, February 1985, S.47-56. Technology and capabilities for Tactical Communications 3 Jamming - C CM; W.S. Elliott - Rockwell International; DE, May 1985, S.201-209. 3 C to go; Bruce Gumble; DE, May 1985, S.225-228. Gefechtsfhrung im Nuklearkrieg; Ashton B. Carter; Beitrag in Rstung und Sicherheit, Spektrum der Wissenschaft, Heidelberg, 1985, S.42-50. 3 Strengthening NATOs Air Defense C I; Jim Coghlan; DE, June 1986, S.179-184. 3 Critical C I programms emphasize survivability, jam 3 resistance; Critical Program Reviews: C I; DE, July 1986, S.91-99. 3 C I: What is it really? William W. Pollock - Applied Communications; MSN&CT, September 1986, S.73-75. 3 Amplifiers designed for future ECM and C I applications; Yozo Satoda et al. - Could; MSN&CT, September 1986, S.8590.

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36. Introduction to Electronic Warfare - Chapter 5: Command 3 Control and Communications (C ) Systems; D. Curtis Schleher, Ph.D.; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, MA, 1986. 3 37. Strengthening C in space; David A. Boutacoff & Bruce Gumble; DE, February 1987, S.47-56. 3 38. C I: Too much of a good thing? Marc Liebman; DE, June 1987, S.67-70. 3 39. Integrating battlefield C I; Jim Coghlan; DE, June 1987, S.85-103. 40. C3 systems and Technologies of the Future; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.13, No.5, 1987, S.510-511. 41. Microwave Supercomponents evolve into higher 3 performance Synthesized Systems - C I; Ganesh R. Basawapatna - Microsource; MSN, August 1989, S.26-34. 42. Upgrating Military Radios for covert use; Patrick J. Diederichs - Hughes Aircraft; MSN, August 1989, S.36-40. 43. SEAD: Operation Allied Force and beyond; Capt David S. Levenson, USAF, et al.; JED, January 2000, S.51-56.

1. 2. 3.

CEC, Cooperative Engagement Capability


Entwicklung der Marinefhrungssysteme - Blick in die Zukunft; Dieter Stockfisch; SuT, 1/1999, S.29-35. Victora at CEC; Brednan P. Rivers & Michael Puttre; JED, September 2001, S.40-45. Seapower 21 - Rckgrat der Nationalen Security Strategy der USA; Michael Stehr; MarineForum, 7/8-2003, S.4-8.

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CEP
Satellitenortung und Navigation; Werner Mansfeld; Vieweg, Braunschweig/WIiesbaden, 1998.

1. 2.

CFAR, Constant False Alarm Rate


Introduction to Radar Systems; Merrill I. Skolnik, McGrawHill International Book Company, 2nd Ed., 1983, S.392-395. A Review of CFAR Detection Techniques in Radar Systems; A. Farina & F.A. Studer, Selenia; MJ, September 1986, S.115-128. Handbuch Radar und Radarsignalverarbeitung; Albrecht Ludloff; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1993, S.9-1.

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CCD, Charge Coupled Devices


CCDs: Versatility with Integration - A winning combination; D.D. Buss, et al.; MSN, October 1977, S.95-100. CCD/SAW Combination Improves Radar Design; M. A. Jack; MSN, October 1977, S.109-114. CCD Fundamentals; Frank H. Bower; ME/C, Vol.4, No.2, February 1978, S.16-23. CCD: The ultimate shift register; EW/DE, February1979, S.51-57. CCD Applications Maturing, Part I; John Mavor; MSN, December 1979, S.77-83. CCD Applications Maturing, Part II; John Mavor; MSN, January 1980, S.94-98. Ladungsverschiebeelemente; Funktechnische Arbeitsbltter, Funkschau 1980, Heft 15, S.61-64. Microwave Divices and Circuits; 3rd Ed.; Samuel Y. Liao; Prentice-Hall Intern Inc., London, 1990.

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1.

CFIT, Controlled Flight Into Terrain


Safety in Avionics: Slaying the CFIT Monster; David Evans; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, February 2002.


1. 2. 3.

CFT, Conformal Fuel Tanks => Konforme Treibstofftanks Channelized Receiver


The Channelized Receiving System; MSN, Dec./Jan., 1976, S.63-70. SAW Filters Shrink Channelized Receivers; Duane Lundy; EW/DE, Sept./Oct. 1977, S.169-174. SAQ Devices: The Answer for Channelized Receivers; J.B. LaGrange, W.D. Daniels, R.L. Lewandiwski; MSN, December 1977, Vol. 7, No 12, S.87-96. The Channelized Receiver Comes of Age; P. Hennessy & J. D. Quick, Motorola; MSN, July 1979, S.36-47, 98. Channelized Receivers Come of Age; Tim Higgins; MSN, August 1981, S.80-91. Phase-Locked Loops Lower ELINT Receiver Noise; K. Kawakami; MSN, August 1981, S.93-107 26- to 60-GHz Channelized Receiver Meets Surveillance Requirements; P.H. Meier, u.a. (AIL Division); MSN, December 1981, S.60-80. Channelizers Give ESM/ECM Receivers Flexibility (Product Feature of Microphase); MSN, February 1983, S.181-182.

1. 2.

Cd, Cadmium
Nachsichttechnik - Infrarot-Sensorik; Arnulf Wallrabe; Vieweg, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, August 2001. Der Brockhaus Natutwissenschaft und Technik; F.A. Brockhaus, Mannheim & Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, Heidelberg, 2003.

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1.

CDMA, Code-Division Multiple Access.


Creating CDMA signals for amplifier testing; Darryl Schick Technical Consultant; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)3, S.127135,155,156. CDMA signal generator improves amplifier testing; M. Zlotnik & T. Marra - RDL, Conshohocken, PA; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)3, S.178-187. Designing CDMA systems - Aplication Note of M/A-COM, Stoughton, MA; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)6, S.144. Understand the basics of WCDMA signal generation; KlausDieter Tiepermann - Rohde & Schwarz, Mnchen; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)13, S.83-86. 8.

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1. 2. 3.

CICADA
Http://www.mrcm.net/NoSplash/Systems/ CICADA/body_cicada.html Technical Description Cicada Jammer, 8 Seiten. Cicada; IECM 2001, S.122.

3. 4.


1. 2.

Clutter => Radar CMOS => MOS


Radiation Hardned CMOS; A. London, D. Matteucci & R. Wang; ME/C, Vol.3, No.22, November 1977, S.42-47. Microwave Devices and Circuits, 3rd Ed.; Samuel Y. Liao; Prentice-Hall International Editions, London, 1990.

1.

CDSE, Concept Development, Simulation and Experimentation


CDSE: Virtuelles Gefechtsfeld fr militrische Fhrungsstbe; Planet AeroSpace, Nr.3/2003, Juli-AgustSeptember, S.50-51.

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The Microwave Engineering Handbook, Volume 1; Edited by Bradford L. Smith & Michel-Henri Carpentier; Chapman & Hall, London, 1993.

Regelungstechnik, Technische Universitt Darmstadt; Luftund Raumfahrt, Nr. 4, Oktober-Dezember 2004, S.22-24.

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CNI, Communication, Navigation, Identification


CNI 1990; Richard Hartman; EW/DE, April 1979, S.68-72. Integrated Avionics studies target future technologies; Robert A. Reilly; Microwaves, 20(1981)2, S.53-62. The search for airborne antenna commonality; Michael Kachmar; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)3, S.35. Modulare CNI-Avioniksysteme; Neues von Rohde & Schwarz, Ausgabe 135, Herbst 1991, S.49-51. 1.

Code, Codierung
Begriffe der Elektronischen Kampffhrung; Herausgegeben von DaimlerChrysler Aerospace AG, Fhrung und Kommunikation, Ulm, 1999.

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Coherent Jamming
Introduction to Electronic Warfare - Chapter 3: Electronic Countermeasures; D. Curtis Schleher, Ph. D.; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, MA, 1986. EW101 A First Course in Electronic Warfare; David Adamy; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 2001.

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COBRA

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3. 4.

DoD turns to GaAs technology for ground-based radars; John Rhea - Freelance Writer; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)5, S.47-53. 1. Aufklrungsfhigkeiten der Artillerie im Heer der Zukunft; Oberst Heinrich Fischer - Artillerieschule; SuT, November 2002, S.13-18. 2. Projektabteilung Land-Untersttzung; Soldat und Technik, Dezember 2004, S.34; Projekt Bodenradar. In der Truppe - Erstes Serienmodell des Artillerieortungsradars COBRA bergeben; vdH; wt I/2006, S.47.

COHO
Radar Technology Encyclopedia; Edited by D.K. Barton und S.A. Leonov; Artech House, Inc., Boston, London; 1997, S.241. Radar mit realer und synthetischer Apertur; Kap. 7.3 PulsDoppler-Verfahren; H. Klausing & W. Holpp (Hrsg); Oldenburg Verlag, Mnchen, 2000.

Comint => Fernmeldeaufklrung Compact Range


Compact ranges get radar cross-section data abundance; John Pustai - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)5, S.118-130. Compact range technology and the market place; R.C. Johnson & C.E. Ryan - Georgia Tech Research Institute, Atlanta, GA; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)5, S.135-138. Better RCS data with anechoic absorber characterization; Steve Brumley - Motorola, Scottsdale, AZ; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)5, S.143-152. Troubleshooting limitations in indoor RCS measurements; Bert Schluper & Joseph Vokurka - March Microwave Systems, Nuenen, The Netherlands; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)5, S.154-163. Anzeige von Scientific Atlanta Take your best shot ... Indoors in Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)5, S.164-165. Dual chamber design reduces quiet zone ripple/taper errors; Walter Burnside, Professor, Dept. Electrical Engineering, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)5, S.168-174. Prime focus feed key to operation of largest range; John Pustai -Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)5, S.181183.

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Cockpit
Navigations- und Waffenleitsysteme eines modernen Kampfflugzeuges; SuT, 7/1971, S.402-407. Talking Cockpits will aid Fighter Pilots; Jim Martin; DE, January 1981, S.64-68. Cockpit automation - Electro-optical and computer technologies are taking over; John Joss - British Royal Navy; DE, May 1987, S.63-79. The impact of advanced computer systems on Avionics reliability; Andrew G. Borden; DE, May 1987, S.S7-S21. 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. The super Cockpit of the future; S.G.; DE, May 1992, S.3839. Cockpit-Instrumente; Peter Bachmann; Motorbuchverlag, Stuttgart, 1998. Classics compared - Hawker Hunter and Eurofighter Typhoon; Jon Lake; Air International, Vol.56, March 1999, S.164-175. Seeing, Touching and Conversing; L F E Coombs; Air International, May 2001, S.304-307. Hightech-Kommandozentrale - Cockpit der Zukunft; Matthias Grnder; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2003, S.102-105. Blick nach vorn durch High-Tech-Fenster; Mathias Grnder; FLUG REVUE, August 2003, S.74-77. Flugzeuge werden immer sicherer: Herausforderung und Verpflichtung; Planet AeroSpace, 4/2003, S.24-26. Im Cockpit der A380 - Neue Perspektiven fr Airbuspiloten; Sebastian Steinke; FLUG REVUE, Januar 2004, S.88-89. The view from the top - The A380 flight deck architecture provides new flexibility for upgrades; David Hughes/Washington; AW&ST, September 27, 2004, S.5152. Forschen fr Cockpit der nchsten Generation; Christoph Vernaleken - Institut fr Flugsysteme und

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1.

Computer => Rechner Consol-Drehfunkfeuer => Funknavigation COTS, Commercial of the Shelf
Military retrenchment spells electronics growth; Gene Heftman - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)6, S.3746. Rediness rests on Army COTS; Kenneth B. Sherman; JED, July 2001, S.49-53.

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15.

Cover Pulse Repeater Jamming

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2.

Introduction to Electronic Warfare - Chapter 3: Electronic Countermeasures; D. Curtis Schleher, Ph. D.; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, MA, 1986. 1. EW101 A First Course in Electronic Warfare; David Adamy; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 2001.

Cross-Eye Repeater Jamming


Introduction to Electronic Warfare; D. Curtis Schleher, Ph.D.; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, MA, 1986, S.158,159,248,249. EW101 A First Course in Electronic Warfare; David Adamy; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 2001.

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CPDLC, Controller/Pilot Data Link Communications


Communications Gate-to-Gate; William Reynish; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, April 2002. CPDLC: Back on ist Feet; Brian Evans; Avionics Magazine Aviation Today, June 2002. CPDLC system steams ahead; George Marsh; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, July 2004. Military/Civil interoperability extented scope for CNS/ATC; Charlotte Adams; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today; February 2005. Europes CPDLC goal; David Hughs - Brussels and Maastricht; AW&ST, March 14, 2005, S.84-85.

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1.

Cross-Polarization Repeater Jamming


Introduction to Electronic Warfare; D. Curtis Schleher, Ph.D.; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, MA, 1986, S.152154,248. EW101 A First Course in Electronic Warfare; David Adamy; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 2001.

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1. 2.

CSAR, Combat Search and Rescue


NH-90: Combat Search and Rescue - CSAR; Hans Joachim Wagner; wt II/2002, S.58-61. Combat Search and Rescue - CSAR; Steffen Schade Luftwaffenfhrungskommando; SuT, April 2004, S.30-38.

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1.

CPM, Customer Product Management


Die Bundeswehr und die deutsche Rstungsindustrie; Dieter Hanel; Bernard & Graefe Verlag, Bonn, 2003.

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1.

D Band => Frequenzbandbezeichnungen Damocles DASA


AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 1999, S.275.

1.

Datenspeicher - Mass Memory, Data Storage, Data Recording Systems


High density digital recorders; W.L. Acosta & J.P. Ramult DATATAPE, Pasadena, CA; Countermeasures, March 1977, S.34,35,46,47. Trends in high rate high density digital recording; John C. Mallinsen - Ampex, Redwood City, CA; ME/C, May 1977, S.99-101. Protecting stored data remains a serious problem; Carl Landwehr, Ph.D.; ME/C, Vol.9, No.4, April 1983, S.26-36. Library Systems: 21st Century technology today; Curt Alway; D&SE, September 1995, S.24-26. Solid-state mass memory goes airborne; Bruce Kaufman; D&SE, February 1996, S.22-23. Optical jukeboxes play the right tune for mass storage; Pam Ingmire; D&SE, March 1996, S.19-21. A sampling of data recording systems; Don Herskovitz; JED, January 1998, Supplement, S.44-50. Data storage and the coming Millennium; Don Herskovitz; JED, May 1998, S.51-56, 67. A sampling of data recording/storage systems; Don Herskovitz - Technolgy Survey; JED, October1998, S.67-72. Disk arrays - pretender to the SIGINT storage throne? John M. Howard; JED, November 1999, S.51-54. A sampling of Military data recording/storage systems; Don Herskovitz - Technolgy; JED, December1999, S.59-63. High performance storage: Myth vs. reality; Linda Kempster; JED, June 2000, S.51-55. Hard and fast data handling; John M. Howard; JED, January 2001, S.55-59. A sampling of military data recording systems; Don Herskovitz; JED, September 2001, S.61-65.

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DASSAULT AVIATION
Http://www.dassault-aviation.com AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999. Dassault Flight Test Masters; Henri-Pierre Grolleau; AIR International, July 2001, S.342-346. Classics Compared: Dassault Mirage III and Rafale; Rene J Francillon; AIR International, June 2001, S.347-355. Dassault; Henri-Pierre Grolleau; AIR International, July 2001, S.24-27.

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1. 2.

Datalinks, Datenlinks, Datenstrecken, Drahtlose 8. Datenverbindungen


Data Link Improves Air/Ground Command and Control; Martin Amsler; EW, Sept./Oct. 1976, S.111. Introduction to Electronic Warfare - Chapter 5: Command 3 Control and Communications (C ) Systems; D. Curtis Schleher, Ph.D.; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, MA, 1986. Tactical Data Links Promote Tri-Service Interoperability; Louisa Griffin; DE, June 1992, S.49. Link 16 may be key to controlling Electronic Battlefield ec monitor; Kenneth B. Sherman; JED, August 2001, S.3032. Militrische Datenbertragungsverfahren (Datenlinks): Standards sichern die reibungslose militrische Kommunikation; Dr. Rdiger Leschhorn; R&S MIL News, 6/2002, S.28-32. Tactical Digital Information Links (TADIL); Http://www.globalsecurity.org/intel/systems/tadil.htm December 2002. Airborne data link evolution; Steve Davies; AFM, Issue 179, February 2003, S.68-72. Militrische Datenbertragungsverfahren (Datenlinks): Standards sichern die reibungslose Kommunikation- Teil 2; Dr. Rdiger Leschhorn; R&S MIL News, 7/2003, S.20-23. Taktische Datenlinks - Gelebte Interoperabilitt und Vernetzte Operationsfhrung; Rolf Hahn - Baudirektor Dipl.-Ing.; Strategie und Technik, September 2005, S.52-56. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

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Dauerstrichradar => Radar


Elektronik Lexikon; Dr. Walter Baier (Hrsg); Frankhsche Verlagshandlung Stuttgart, 1974. Mikrowellen in der Anwendung, Funk, Radar, Erwrmung; Erich Pehl; Hthig, Heidelberg, 1993. Einfhrung in die Radartechnik; Bernhard Huder; Teubner, Stuttgart, 1999. Radar mit realer und synthetischer Apertur; H. Klausing & W. Holpp (Hrsg); Oldenburg Verlag, Mnchen, 2000.

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9.


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DAW => ADW DDL, Dispersive Delay Line


DDLs perform vital signal-processing role; C. Erikson, D. Carlton & R. Dorman - Andersen Laboratories; MSN&CT, July 1985, S.99-103.

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Datenfusion, Datenkorrelation

Data Fusion: The process of C3I; F.E. White & Dr. James Llinas; DE, June 1990, S.77-83. Automatic target recognitionshows promise; Christine Castro; DE, August 1990, S.49-52. The application of Imaging Sensors to Aircraft landings in adverse weather; Stuart W. Greenwood - Uni of Maryland; 1. MJ, September 1992, S.80-89.

DDS, Direct Digital Synthesizer


DDS provides an alternative to PLL synthesizer design; Robert J. Zavrel, Jr. - Stanford Telecom, Santa Clara, CA; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)9, S.145-140.

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Fast-switching synthesizers track agile signals; W.C. Beam & P.J. Rezin - Watkins-Johnson, Gaithersburg, MD; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)9, S.117-124. 3. DDS/PLL methods craft low-noise synthesizers - Product of Communication Techniques, Whippany, NJ; Jack Browne Chief Editor; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)10, S.133-138. 4. Choose DACs for DDS system applications; David Buchanan - Analog Devices, Greensboro, NC; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)8, S.89-98. 5. DDS techniques assist exotic waveform generation; John Pesec - Leithley Instruments, Cleveland, OH; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)9, S.140-143. 6. DDS IC integrates reference multiplier; Jim Surber - Analog Devices, greensboro, NC; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)5, S.235-244. 7. Compact DDS silences spurious and phase noise; P. Jackson, S. Hardy & C. Martins - Advanced Radio Corp.; Microwaves & RF, 42(2003)4, S.94-100. 8. A dynamic approch to synthesizer design; ITT Industries Inc., Microwave Systems, Lowell, MA; Microwave Journal, 46(2003)5, S.270-276. 9. DDS gains wider application; Jack Browne - Publisher; Microwaves & RF, 42(2003)10, S.17. 10. Frequency Synthesizers yield stable signals; Jack BrownePublisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 42(2003)10, S.33-41. 11. Smart Synthesizers simplify RF integration; David Lyle President/CTO; Microwaves & RF, 42(2003)10, S.55-59. 12. Frequency Synthesizers tune Communications Systems; Jack Browne, Technical Director; Microwaves & RF, March 2006, S.33-40.

10. Biased detectors span broad bands from 60 to 300 GHz; Ronna B. Erickson - Millitech, Deerfield, MA; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)13 (December), S.113-125. 11. Extend the range of standard detector diodes; Mark R. Wolski - Medical Advances,Milwaukee, WI; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)9, S.125-133. 12. Mikrowellentechnik - Kap. 8: Detektoren und Mischer; Werner Bechtold; Vieweg, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, 1999. 13. Design a logamp RF pulse detector; Eamon Nash - Analog Devices, Wilmington, MA; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)1, S.62-71.


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DEW => Directed Energy Weapons Dezibel, dB


Was bedeutet der Ausdruck DEZIBEL? Oberstleutnant Friedrich Dauselt; SuT, 4/1973, S.188-190.


1.

DF, Direction Finding => Pelier DFS


Flugsicherung in Deutschland; Peter Bachmann; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2005.


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Dichroic (Dualband) Antennas


New antenna from S-A (S-A: Scientific-Atlanta); Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)5, S.27.

Diehl-Gruppe
Http://www.diehl.de SuT, Februar 2001, S.8, Anzeige der Diel Stiftung & Co. Diehl VA Systeme, Leistungstrger fr Verteidigungssysteme und Avionik; SuT, September 2001, S.35. Diehl-Konzern hat seine Rstungsaktivitten neu ausgerichtet; Hans Werner Steinhoff; wt IV/2005, S.86-89. Diehl VA Systeme, Kompetenz in Verteidigung und Avionik; Ulrich Rapreger; SuT, Mrz 2007, S.20-21.


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Decca, DNS => Funknavigation Decoys => Tuschkrper DECT


Fachbegriffe der Elektronik, Telekommunikation und Computertechnik; Ulrich Freyer; Franzis Verlag GmbH, Poing, 2000, S.98.

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1.

Detektieren, Detektoren
Video Detector Noise Figure, Equivalent Input Noise Voltage, and Source Resistance; ICH, 1st Ed., June 1975/76, S.238-239. Video Detector Tangential Sensitivity vs. Noise Level; ICH, 1st Ed., June 1975/76, S.240. Video Detector Output vs. Incident RF Power; ICH, 1st Ed., June 1975, S.241. Detectors, Microwave Detector Terminilogy; ICH, 1st Ed., June 1975/76, S.319. Broadband Detectors Cover 0.5-26.5 GHz - Product of Krytar; MSN, May 1982, S.133. Understanding the limits of quadrature detection; Stan Goldman - Scientific Communications, Garland, TX; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)13 (December), S.67-70,178. Detectors senses 10 MHz to 40 GHz; Product of Krytar, Sunnyvale, CA; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)3,S.224. Coaxial coupler and directional detector sample 2 to 40 GHz; Tom Russell - Krytar, Sunnyvale, CA; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)5,S.294-296. Calculating the square law detector signal-to-noise output; Mathew J. Fivash; Honeywell, Anapolis, Maryland; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)6, S.154-157.

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Dielektrikum
Lexikon der Physik; Richard Knerr; Faktum Lexikon Institut, Bertelsmann Lexikon Verlag GmbH, Gtersloh/Mnchen, 2000.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

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Dielektrische Antennen
Integrate Antennas into planar designs; Naresh C. Deo & Raj Mittra - Uni Illinois; Microwaves, 18(1979)12, S.60-64. Solid Dielectric Horn Antennas; C. Salema, C. Fernandes und Rama Kant Jha; Artech House, Boston/London, 1998. Using guided wavelength as a basis for the design of dielectric rod antennas; Carl L. Everett - Bell Helicopter Textron Inc., Hurst, TX; MJ, May 2003, S.222-228.

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Dielektrische Resonanz-Oszillatoren, DROs


Frequency Stability of Dielectric Resonator Oscillators; James K. Plourde - Bell telephone Lab, Allentown; MJ, September 1978, S.47. Dielectric Resonators: Past, Present, and Future; Martin R. Stiglitz; MJ, July 1981, S.19-36. The Dielectric Resonator Oscillator - A new class of Microwave Signal Source; Mert Purnell; MJ, Nov. 1981, S.103-108.

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11. 12.

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Elementary functions procedure fimplifies Dielectric Resonators design; Darkor Kajfez (The Uni MIssissippi); MSN, June 1982, S.133-140. Basic principles give understanding of Dielectric Waveguides and Resonators; D. Kajfez; MSN, May 1983, S.152-161. Digital correction keeps DROs on track; Jack Browne Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)2, S.161-162. Tech-Briefs No. 851-The Tuning and Exciting of Dielectric Resonator Modes; Trans-Tech/Alpha, Inc.; The MSDH, 4th Ed., July 1986, Vol.16, No.7, S.12-13. Low-noise DROs perform to 20 GHz - Product of Mountain Computer, Scotts Valley, CA;Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)13, S.176. Dielectric Resonator materials and their applications; K. Wakino, et al.; MJ, June 1987, S.133-150. Dielectric resonatrs become more popular and more achallenging; John Pustai - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)9, S.76-81. DROs meet EW and countermeasures system needs; Howard Bierman; MJ, October 1987, S.44-66. Low-noise DROs offer high power from 1 to 18 GHz Product of Taylor Microwave, Hoboken, NJ; Jack Browne Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)12, S.176. Understand DRO design methods and operation- Part 1; A.P.S. Paul Khanna - Avantek, Milpitas, CA; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)4, S.120-124. Picking devices for optimum DRO performance - Part 2; A.P.S. Paul Khanna - Avantek, Milpitas, CA; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)5, S.179-182. Evaluate DRO noise and tuning characteristics - Part 3; A.P.S. Paul Khanna - Avantek, Milpitas, CA; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)6, S.99-108. Design a wide range of quiet DRO circuits - Part 4; A.P.S. Paul Khanna - Avantek, Milpitas, CA; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)7, S.95-98. Free-running dielectric resonator oscillators; Anzeige von MITEQ; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)3, S.65. Simulate and build a Ku-Band DRO - Part 1; O. Bernard & R. Croston - California Eastern Laboratories, Santa Clara, CA; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)5, S.103-115. Model and build a Ku-Band DRO - Part 2; Olivier Bernard California Eastern Laboratories, Santa Clara, CA; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)6, S.85-89,164. Phase-locked DRO achieves low noise and cost at 26 GHz; Engineering Staff, L-3 Communications, Narda Microwaves, Hauppauge, NY; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)6, S.144-148. Dielectric Resonators offer broad tuning ranges - Product of Temex Components, Montreuil Cedex, France; Jack Browne - Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)9, S.153.

5. 6. 7. 8.

9.

Live-fire test gives dramatic example of DIRCM capabilities; AW&ST, November 15, 1999, S.98. Pointing the heat - Technology; Staff Report; JED, September 2000, S.59-64. Protecting the Big Boys: Directed IR Countermeasures for Large Aircraft; JED, December 2000, S.47-50. LIFE closes the loop - A DIRCM technology once shelved as ahead of its time scores a hit; ec monitor - Michael Puttre; JED, July 2001, S.24-25. Directed Infrared Countermeasures - Hot Markets and New Technologies; Dr. David L. Rockwell; JED, October 2006, S.28-34.

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Directed Energy Weapons


Antennas confound jamming, energy weapons development; David A. Fulghum, Washington; AW&ST, December 9, 2002, S.71-73. Flash in the Plan; Ted McKenna; JED, May 2003, S.46-52.

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Direction Finding => Peilung, Funknavigation Diskriminator


Firmenunterlage: Addington Laboratories, Inc., Solid State Products Division, 128A; Beilage zu MSN, Oct./Nov. 1976. Cutlass uses heathkit-type Discriminator; EW/DE, January 1978, S.80-83. Basics guide delay-line discriminator design; Andrew Laundrie - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)9, S.120.

1.

Dispensers
A sampling of Expendables-Dispensers - Technology Survey; Robert McGahan; JED, December 2001, S.59-62.

1.

Displays

1.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Liquid crystals: The daylight surveilable display; Glen F. Ingle - Applied technology; EW, Sept./Oct. 1976, S.55-60. 2. Flat Visual Display Uses Electroluminescence; Dr. Cyril Hilsum; EW/DE, Nov./Dec. 1977, S.110-111. 3. Full Mil-Spec Plasmascope - Introducing the Plasmascope; Anzeige von SAI Technology; EW/DE, September 1978, S.91-96. 4. Survivable display terminals for the tactical nuclear environment; Clay Burdick; ME/C, Vol.8, No.3, March 1982, S.46,47, 63-66. 5. Ruggedizing existing equipment results in militarized highresolution color graphic system; Roy Larson & David Hammond; ME/C, Vol.8, No.7, July 1982, S.28-33. 6. Plasma displays offer advantages for many tactical applications; Jim Redman; ME/C, Vol.9, No.3, March 1983, Digitaler Frequenzdiscriminator, DFD S.50-55. DFD-Anzeige der Firma Anaren - Syracuse, NY; MSN, 7. Plasma Displays challenge CRTs; Jerald I. Farmer, Dr.; DE, 11(1981)4, S.41. September 1984, S.157-160. 8. Radars, Countermeasures and Missile Electronics; 3: Military airborne displays; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.13, DIRCM => AAQ-24 No.5, 1987, S.511-513. More sensitive MWS sensors enhance DIRCM 9. Leichtere und besser ablesbare Luftfahrzeuge-Instrumente; effectiveness; Stuard Slade; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.13, No.6, 1987, Live-Fire Test Demonstrate AAQ-24 DIRCM Capabilities; S.686-688. Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.44-45. 10. AVIONIK; Donald H. Middleton (Hrsg); Titel der englischen DIRCM and ATIRCM compared in DoD study; JED, July 1999, Originalausgabe: Avionic Systems, bei Longman Group UK S.25-26. Limited 1989; Deutschsprachige Ausgabe: Transpress DIRCM scores high in live-fire tests; Philip Klass; AW&ST, Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, Berlin, 1993. November 15, 1999, S.45-46.

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11. Big Screen Cockpit Displays Enhance Pilot Capabilities; Bruce Buckland; DE, May 1992, S.50-53. 12. Display systems supply sharper images; DE, May 1996, S.32-33. 13. Radar Technology Encyclopedia; D.K. Barton & S.A. Leonov (Hrsg); Artech House, Inc., Boston, 1997. 14. EW Processing (Part 5) - Modern Aircraft Operator Interface; Dave Adamy - EW101 Tutorial; JED, February 1999, S.58-59. 15. A sampling of Military Displays; Don Herskovitz Technology; JED, March 1999, S.53-57. 16. EW Processing - Operator Interface in Tactical ESM Systems; Dave Adamy; JED, March 1999, S.58-59. 17. A Sampling of Military Displays; Don Herskovitz; JED, January 2001, S.61-65. 18. EW101 A First Course in Electronic Warfare; David Adamy; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 2001. 19. Displays & Instruments; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 14, 2002, S.221-223. 20. A Sampling of Military Displays; Robert V. McGahan; JED, April 2002, S.57-61. 21. Displays & Instruments; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 13, 2003, S.211-214. 22. Groes Bild fr guten Durchblick - Neue Display-Tchnologie im Fighter-Cockpit; Karl Schwarz; FLUGREVUE, Juni 2004, S.78-83.

1.

ROHDE & SCHWARZ, Funk unter Kontrolle, Neues von R&S Special, 1987.


1. 2.

Dopplerradar => Radar Dotierung


Elektronik; Herbert Frisch; VDI-Verlag, Dsseldorf, 1975. Halbleiter-Physik; D.A. Fraser; R. Oldenburg Verlag, Mnchen, 1981.

1.

DRFM, Digital RF Memories


Frequency Memory Loops; DeGunther, R.N. & MacCabe S.P.; WJ Company, Tech-notes, Vol.10, No.2, March/April 1983. Digital RF Memories enter second decade; E. Koos -Naval Research Lab.; JED, August 1985, S.49-51. DRFM requirements demand innovative technology; G. Webber, et al. - Honeywell, Minneapolis, MN; MJ, Feb. 1986, S.91-104. Lucrative market for DoD drives DRFM technology; Robert M. Clarke - Freelance Wrter, Mrblehead, MA; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)3, S.56,61,62. A sampling of Digital RF Memories; Don Herskovitz; JED, March 1998, S.51-55. A sampling of Digital RF Memories and Frequency Discriminators; Don Herskovitz - Technology; JED, February 2000, S.57-61. A mixed-signal ASIC for digital RF memory applications; LNX Corp. -Product Feature; MJ, December 2004, S.146-147.

2. 3.

4.

5. 6.

1. 2. 3.

DLVA, Detector Logarithmic Video Amlifier


DLVAs find application in ESM Systems; Marc Sheade, Planar Microwave; MSN, August 1984, S.47-56. Anzeige von Planar Microwave in MSN&CT, February 1986, S.153. DLVA offers high logging range in small package; Planar Microwave Product, Model PAC 1106; MSN&CT, May 1986, S.199. Anzeige von Microphase in MSN&CT, February 1888, S.17: 55 dB Dynamic Range, DC-Coupled DLVA -40 dBm to +15 dBm, Model DSH-3218. Linear DLVAs recover in only 25 ns - Product of Teledyne Microwave, Mountain View, CA; Sheng Lee, Engineering Director; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)4, S.148-151. Low-power GaAs DLVAs cut delays through Ku-Band; W.M. YU, C.Y. Su & M.H. Yam - Menlo Industries, Fremont, CA; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)7, S.136-138. SDLAs respond quickly from 6 to 18 GHz - Product of Avantek, Milpitas, CA; Jeff La Tourrette - Avantek, Santa Clara, CA; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)10, S.141-144.

7.


1.

DRO => Dielektrische Resonanz-Oszillatoren Drohne CL-289


Unmanned captive Helicopter-Radar system to be incorporated into German army Reconnaissance operations; Wolfram Klaar, Dr. - Dornier; DE, October 1979, S.33-40. Das Aufklrungssystem Drohne CL 289; Daniel Heinz, SuT, 1/1999, S.23-25. Aufklrungssystem Drohne CL 289; Franz Henrich, SuT, 8/1999, S.465-467. Unmanned revolution; Farnborough International, 2002, The Official Souvernir Programme; Published on behalf of SBAC by Key Exhibitions Ltd, Stamford, UK, September 2002, S.38-41. Aufklrungsfhigkeiten der Artillerie im Heer der Zukunft; Oberst Heinrich Fischer - Artillerieschule; SuT, November 2002, S.13-18. Drohnen in der Bundeswehr - Die aufstrebende Waffe; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt/III, 2004, S.44-51.

4.

5.

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6.

7.

5.

1. 2.

DMA
PC-Lexikon; Hans Herbert Schulze; Rowohlt, Hamburg, 1996. Fachbegriffe der Elektronik; Ulrich Freyer; Franzis, Poing, 2000.

6.

1.

Drohnen, RPV, UAV


Technik und Einsatz von RPV-Waffensystemen; Bernd Krogull & Ulrich Rieger; Jahrbuch der Wehrtechnik, 1975; S.166-177. Aquila RPV completes first automatic flights; Countermeasures, January 1977, S.18. Unmanned captive Helicopter-Radar system to be incorporated into German army Reconnaissance operations; Wolfram Klaar, Dr. - Dornier; DE, October 1979, S.33-40. Allies to walk the Two-Way Street; DE, June 1981, S.7982.


1.

DME => Funknavigation Doppler-Navigation => Funknavigation


The Standard for Doppler Radar Navigation Systems; Anzeige von Kearfott in EW/DE, April 1978, S.61. 2. 3.

Dopplerpeiler-Antennensysteme => Funknavigation

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14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

19. 20. 21. 22. 23.

24.

25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

31. 32. 33.

Sea-based Remotely Piloted Vehicles, issues and concepts, Part1; Dr. Charles Henderson; ME/C, Vol.8, No.4, April 1982, S.61-64. Sea-based Remotely Piloted Vehicles, issues and concepts, Part 2; Dr. Charles Henderson; ME/C, Vol.8, No.5, May 1982, S.45-47. The Skyeye increases real-time performance; G.R. Seeman, et al.: ME/C, Vol.9, No. 3, March 1983, S.80-84. RPV battlefield payloads - The Armys Aquila Program; Tony Vandersten -Lockheed; JED, October 1985, S.137-148. Tapping the EW potential of Unmanned Air Vehicles; Don Dugdale; DE, October 1986, S.109-120. Building a better RPV; John Joss; DE, June 1987, S.114-122. Where U.S. UAV are headed; Don Dugdale; DE, June 1987, S.125-128. Unmanned vehicle reach new heights and depths; Don Dugdale; DE, November 1989, S.56-71. Unmanned systems win unexpected support; Ron Schneiderman - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)9, S.34-43. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles take the spotlight; Sheila Galatowitsch; DE, September 1991, S.43-54. Ups and downs of the UAV - Part 1; Kenneth Munson; Air International, July 1997, S.37-46. Ups and downs of the UAV - Part 2; Kenneth Munson; Air International, August 1997, S.100-108. A sampling of Unmanned Aerial and Remotely Piloted Vehicles; Don Herskovitz; JED, November 1997, S.53-58. UAVs gaining credibility; Steven J. Zaloga, Teal Group Corp; AW&ST Aeorospace Source Book, January 12, 1998, S.9395. A sampling of Unmanned Aerial and Remotely Piloted Vehicles; Don Herskovitz; JED, May 1998, S.57-62. DARO leaves a solid legacy; Bill Sweetman; JED, June 1998, S.43-48. Growing pains as UAVs evolve; Steven J. Zaloga; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book; January 11, 1999, S.97-98. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Drones; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book; January 11, 1999, S.100-107. A Sampling of Unmanned Aerial and Remotely Piloted Vehicles; Don Herskovitz; JED, Supplement April 1999, S.2732. Einsatz von UAV-Systemen und Auswirkungen auf Streitkrfte bis 2020; Thomas Frisch (Fregattenkapitn) & Jean Serveille (Lieutnant); SuT, 4/1999, S.224-225. UAVs: 100 eyes in the sky; Brendan P. Rivers; JED, June 1999, S.45-51, 57. A sampling of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles; Don Herskovitz Technology Survey; JED, July 1999, S.55-60. From top gun to computer nerd; Malcolm Davis; Air International, September 1999, S.171-175. Army Eyes UAVs for Sigint Jamming; Robert Wall; AW&ST, November 15, 1999, S.97. Luftfahrzeuge und Luftfahrtgertetechnik [BWB, Abteilung LG]; SuT, 12/1999, S.731-740. Anwendung der Drohnentechnologie fr das Heer; Oberstleutnant a.D. Bernhard Frhr. von Bothmer; Wehrtechnischer Report, D 46892, 11/2000, Report Verlag, Bonn und Frankfurt a.M., S.29-31. Technologie und Kmpfer; Jrgen Erbe; SuT, 11/2000, S.715-718. A sampling of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles; Don Herskovitz Technology Survey; JED, March 2001, S.61-66. The UAV is poised to strike; ec monitor - Michael Puttre; JED, June 2001, S.28-29.

34. Drohnen - Die unbemannte Aufklrung; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt, II/2001, S.56-64. 35. A little paylosd goes a long way - Is there room for tactical UAVs in the shadow of Global Hawk? M. Puttre & K.B: Sherman; JED, July 2001, S.37-42. 36. UAV or Missile? Brendan P. Rivers; JED, July 2001, S.43. 37. Drohnen, Familie der Zukunft; Stephane Ferrard; Planet AeroSpace, Nr.5. Oktober-Dezember 2001, S.46-49. 38. Conflicts Spur Interest in UAVs; Steven J. Zaloga, Teal Group; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 14, 2002, S.103-104. 39. Unmanned aerial vehicles and drones; AW&ST Aerospace Sourcw Book, January 14, 2002, S.106-113. 40. Unbemannte Zukunft; Karl Schwarz; FLUGREVUE, 01/2002, S.82-87. 41. Unbemannte Spher; Karl Schwarz; FLUGREVUE, Mai 2002, S.30,32. 42. UAVs in action, 1964 to 2002 (Part 2); Tim Pipley; Air International, June 2002, S.348-352. 43. UAVs/UCAVs finally join air combat teams; William B. Scott, Colorado Springs; AW&ST, July 8, 2002, S.54-55. 44. Unmanned Order of Battle; Bill Sweetman; JED, July 2002, S.36-40. 45. Control to Go; Peter Costa; JED, July 2002, S.43-44. 46. Unbemannte Fluggerte, Eine Technolie in der Reifeprfung; Burkhard Theile; SuT, August 2002, S.7-9. 47. No clear path set for protecting UAVs; Robert Wall and David A. Fulghum, Nashua, NH; AW&ST, October 28, 2002, S.58-59. 48. Small UVAs to carry disposable pulse weapons; David A. Fulghum and Robert Wall, Nashua, NH; AW&ST, October 28, 2002, S.60. 49. Aufklrungsfhigkeiten der Artillerie im Heer der Zukunft; Oberst Heinrich Fischer - Artillerieschule; SuT, November 2002, S.13-18. 50. UAVs: Interest up; Steven J. Zaloga - Teal Group; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 13, 2003, S.103-104. 51. Unmanned aerial vehicles and drones; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January13, 2003, S.106-113. 52. Klein, Mini, Micro ... Das Schrumpfen der Drohnen - Teil 1; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt, I/2003, S.90-92. 53. UAV- und UCAV-Plne des Pentagon - Die neuen Stars; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Juni 2003, S.56-59. 54. Die Zukunft hat schon begonnen; wb; Mforum, Juni 2003, S.10-11. 55. UCAVs und UAVs von Dassault und Alenia - Europische Schritte; Karl Schwarz; FLUGREVUE, August 2003, S.11. 56. Klein, Mini, Micro ... Das Schrumpfen der Drohnen - Teil 2; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt, II/2003, S.106-108. 57. Unbemannte luftgesttzte Trgersysteme; Stefan Scheibl, Oberstleutnant, BMVg; SuT, Februar 2004, S.36-41. 58. Zukunftsperspektiven von Aufklrungsdrohnen des Heeres; Prof. Dr.-Ing. Joachim Wernicke; Wehrtechnischer Report 1/2004, Februar 2004, Report Verlag, Bonn & Frankfurt a/M, S.38-40. 59. UAS Unmanned Air Vehicles; Kenneth Munson; Air International, April 2004, S.46-48. 60. Drones that sting; Bill Sweetman; JED, June 2004, S.34-40. 61. UAVs over the hill and through the window; Shlomo Aloni; Air International, August 2004, S.59-61. 62. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles; Sascha Lange; SuT, Oktober 2004, S.38-42. 63. Drohnen in der Bundeswehr - Die aufstrebende Waffe; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt/III, 2004, S.44-51.

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Druckanzug
Wie neugeboren; Christopher Hess; FLUG REVUE, August 1999, S.84-89. Bequem bis 9g; Stefan Petersen; FLUG REVUE, Mai 2004, S.39. Neuer Schutz fr Piloten - Druckanzug Libelle; --; Luft- und Raumfahrt 5/2005, S.26.

11. Chaff; Butters, von Brian C.F.; IEE Proc., Vol. 129, Pt.F, No.3, June 1982. 12. Exotic geometries yield high-fidelity chaff; Richard M. Berg - US Army, Fort Belvoir; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)4, S.6470. 13. Venerable chaff - Take a new look througgh an old window; Jack Hahn, et al.; DE, October 1984, S.87-96. 14. Fooled you! The art of off-board ECM protection; Don Herskovitz - Technology; JED, August 1999, S.35-40. 15. Patterns of protection - Expendable countermeasures offer dependable defense; Michael Puttre; JED, August 2001, S.48-52. 16. Window on Gomorrah - This month marks th 60th anniversary of the first use of aluminium chaff; V.A. Pheasant, MBE Chemring Group plc; JED, July 2003, S.5659.

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DVB, Digital Video Broadcasting


Basiswissen Multimedia; Band 1: Technik; Andreas Holzinger; Vogel Buchverlag, Wrzburg, 2. Auflage, 2002.

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DSCS, Defense Satellite Communications Systems


Air Force Continues DSCS Effort; MSN, May 1978, S.25. Improvements Badly Needed in Military Communications; MSN, May 1979, S.23-27. Command Control Communications, C3I; MSN, May 1984, S.184-199.

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DVD, Digital Video Disc


Computer Lexikon - Fachwrterbuch, Ausgabe 2002; Microsoft Press Deutschland, Unterschleiheim, 2001. Basiswissen Multimedia; Band 1: Technik; Andreas Holzinger; Vogel Buchverlag, Wrzburg, 2. Auflage, 2002.

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Dynamikbereich - Dynamic Range

Dynamic range considerations in electronic countermeasures receivers; Lucille W. Robbins; MSN, Dec. 1. System simulator incorporates DSP tools - Product of 1975 / Jan. 1976, S.53- 61. Elanix, Westlake Village, CA; Jack Browne 2. Receiver Dynamic Range, Part 1: Guidelines for receiver Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)6, S.139. analysis; Robert Watson - Watkins-Johnson, Gaithersburg, 2. DSP enhances performance of wireless base stations MD; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)13, S.113-122. Product of Lucent Technologies, Allentown, PA; Jack 3. Receiver Dynamic Range, Part 2: Use one figure of merit to Browne - Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 38(1999)3, compare all receivers; Robert Watson - Watkins-Johnson, S.138-141. Gaithersburg, MD; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)1, S.99-108. 4. Theoretical limit on instantaneous Dynamic Range of EW Dppel - Chaff Receivers; James B.Y. Tsui, M.H. Thompson & W. 1. bersicht ber die elektronische Strmanahmen (ECM); McCormick; MJ, Jan. 1987, S.147-151. Dr. Pouplier bei AEG, Ulm, Dezember 1973. 5. Receiver Dynamic Range: Part 1; R.E. Watson; WJ Tech2. How Chaff protects Aircraft; MSN, Oct./Nov. 1976, S.69-71. notes, Vol.14, No.1, Jan./Feb. 1987. 3. Electrical fundamentals of Countermeasures Chaff; ICH, 6. Receiver Dynamic Range: Part 2; R.E. Watson; WJ Tech2nd Ed., 1976/77, S.512-517. notes, Vol.14, No.2, March/April 1987. 4. From smoke screens to aerosols - a newly developing 7. Attenuators boost dynamic range of radar receivers; Asad technology; ICH, 3rd Ed., 1977/78, S.359-368. M. Madni, et al - Systron Donner, Van Nuys, CA; 5. Elektronische Kampffhrung; IWR, Geneva, 1978. Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)3, S.93-100. 6. Chaff, flares and aerosols; ICH, 4th Ed., 1978/79, S.295-303. 8. Understand spectrum analyzers dynamic-range 7. How to plan a chaff corridor; P.K. Mitchell & R.S. Short; ICH, specifications; Scott Lukes - HP, Santa Rosa, CA; 5th Ed., 1979/80, S.383-392. Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)9, S.47-49. 8. Chaff: Basic characteristics and application detailed; P.K. 9. Digital modulation and dynamic range; Morris Engelson Mitchell & R.H. Short; ICH, 6th Ed., 1980/81, S.316-324. President Joint Management Strategy, Portland, OR; 9. Chaff for ships: Operational considerations; ICH, 7th Ed., Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)9, S.110-112,122. 1981/82, S.338-344. 10. Weigh amplifier dynamic-range requirements; D.M. 10. Aircraft Chaff: Centroid effects; ICH, 7th Ed., 1981/82, Dobkin, W. Strifler & G. Klimovitch - WJ Communications, S.345-347. San Jose, CA; Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)12, S.59-69.

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12. Airborne Surveillance Takes Command; Kernan Chaisson; JED, January 1999, S.43-49. 13. Boeing beginns NATO AWACS upgrade; Martin Streetly E-2 Hawkeye European Report; JED, January 2000, S.26-27. 1. Top Gun Fighters & Americas Jet Power; Ian Allan Ltd, 14. NATOs nine-way enhanced AWACs; James W. Ramsey; Shepperton, Surrey, UK, 1988. Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, March 2000. 2. The Worlds Great Stealth and Reconnaissance Aircraft; 15. Flugzeuge, Die wichtigsten Flugzeugtypen der Welt; Aerospace Publishing, 1991. Riccardo Niccoli; Kaiser Verlag, Klagenfurt, 2001, S.43. 3. Northrop Grumman rolls out first new-production 16. AWACS assist; Gert Kromhout; AFM, March 2002, S.62-65. Hawkeye; AW&ST, March 10, 1997, S.55-56. 17. Fliegende Gefechtsleitstnde; Christian Hauser; 4. Eye of the Fleet - The Grumman E-2 Hawkeye; Jon Lake; Air FLIEGERREVUE; 11/2002, S.38-42. International, November 1997, S.285-293. 18. AWACS, Rivet Joint and Joint STARS; David C Isby; AFM, 5. Introduction to Airborne Radar; George W. Stimson; March 2003, S.20-24. SciTech Publishing, Inc., Mendham, NJ, 1998. 19. AWACS: Das fliegende Radarauge; Christian Hauser; 6. Flugzeuge der Welt, 1999; S.232; Claudio Mller; FLIEGERREVUE, 5/2003, S.26-29. Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1999. 20. Aircraft of the USAF; Mark Ayton; AFM, August 2003, S.727. [3] Airborne Surveillance Takes Command; Kernan 87. Chaisson; JED, January 1999, S.43-49. 21. Neue Systeme fr NATO-AWACS; Karl Schwarz; FLUG 8. New ESM selected for Hawkeyes - EC Monitor; B. Rivers; REVUE, Mrz 2005, S.61. JED, April 1999, S.28-29. 9. Hawkeye contracts awarded; S. Carroll - EC Monitor; JED, E-4B (NEACP, NAOC) June 1999, S.26-27. 1. Aircraft of the USAF; Mark Ayton; AFM, August 2003, S.7210. TBMs mean new role for Hawkeye; K. B. Sherman; JED, 87. October 2001, S.31-32. 2. Aircraft of the USAF; Mark Ayton; AFM, August 2003, S.7211. Further upgrades in store for Hawkeye; EC Monitor - K.B. 87. Sherman; JED, February 2002, S.31-33. 3. Snooping around, Part II; Mark Ayton; AFM, November 12. Hawkeye 2000 set to expand fleets eyes; Robert Wall, 2004, S.92-98. Washington; AW&ST, October 7, 2002, S.60-63.

E Band => Frequenzbandbezeichnungen

13. E-2 Hawkeye; Jim Winchester; Air International, December 2005, S.46-49. 14. E-2D: Technologiesprung fr NAVY-Frhwarnflugzeug 1. Innere Werte; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Oktober 2007, S.72-75. 2.

E-6 Mercury (TACAMO, ABNCP)


The Navys new electronic look; Scott R. Gourley; DE, June 1990, S.92-97. Chrysler to upgrade E-6A TACAMO; Business News; DE, May 1995, S.8-10. Fliegende Gefechtsleitstnde; Christian Hauser; FLIEGERREVUE; 11/2002, S.38-42. First E-6B for new cockpit and comms package; Air International, June 2003, S.8. Http://www.globalsecurity.org/wdm/systems/e-6.htm; E-6 Mercury (TACAMO). Aircraft of the USAF; Mark Ayton; AFM, August 2003, S.7287.

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E-3 A/C AWACS

3. 4. 5. 6.

An experimental TDMA network for Airborne Warning and Control Systems Interoperability Demonstrations, Part I; F. M. Lightfoot, u.a.; MSN, Dec.75/Jan.1976, S.73-81. 2. TDMA networks meet AWACS multiple communications needs, Part II; F. M. Lightfoot, et al.; MSN, Oct./Nov. 1976, S.76-81. 3. First AWACS update; John B. Beach; DE, July 1980, S.21-27. 4. Erstes AWACS-Flugzeug der NATO in Deutschland; Mikrowellenmagazin, Heft 3/81, S269. 5. Air Force receivs first improved AWACS aircraft - News; JB; Microwaves, 21(1982)1, S.26. 6. AWACS and other Mideast Arms; Jim Bussert; ME/C, Vol.8, No.1, January 1982, S.34,37,40,42,44,45. 3 7. Strengthening NATOs Air Defense C I; Jim Coghlan; DE, June 1986, S.179-184. 8. Adapting AWACS for the digital battle space; Paul Proctor; AW&ST, March 10, 1997, S.52-53. 9. Northrop Grumman rolls out first new-production Hawkeye; AW&ST, March 10, 1997, S.55-56, 10. Introduction to Electronic Warfare; D. Curties Schleher, Ph. D.; Artech House, Inc., Nordwood, MA, 1994 Printing. 11. Introduction to Airborne Radar; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc., Mendham, NJ, 1998.

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E-8C Joint STARS, JSTARS


JSTARS to Grumman, Norden; Michael Kachmar - Senior Editor/News; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)12 (November), S.21. Army Banks on Joint STARS for Airland Battle Management; David A. Boutacoff; DE, August 1986, S.7785. Tactical Voice Communications become User Friendly; Christine Castro; DE, June 1990, S.39-46. JSTARS - Real-Time Warning and Control for Surface Warfare; John Haystead; DE, July 1990, S.31-40. JSTARS- Part II: The ground stations; James W. Rawles; DE, August 1990, S.41-46. A unique Joint STARS Phased-Array Antenna; Harold Shnitkin, Norden Systems; MJ, Jan. 1991, S.131-141.

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Managing Data to Win the Information War; AW&ST, January 1, 1996, S1-S8. The eyes have it; Chris Pocock; Air International, April 1997, S.226-231. Joint STARS, das wachsende Auge ber Bosnien - Ein Beitrag zum Frieden; Ben T. Robinson; SuT, 11/1997, S.640. Introduction to Airborne Radar; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc., Mandham, NJ, 1998, S.549. Joint STARS P3I award to Northrop Grumman; D. Herskovitz - EC Monitor; JED, January 1999, S.28-29. Airborne Surveillance Takes Command; Kernan Chaisson; JED, January 1999, S.43-49. Army ISR riflemen get the picture; Kenneth B. Sherman; JED, February 2001, S.39-43. [Auch: Lesebrief, JED 04/01, S.14.] J-STARS at Geilenkirchen; Andreas Hunold; AFM, June 2002, S.28-29. USAF E-8C JSTARS; Andreas Hunold; SuT, August 2002, S.19-22. Fliegende Gefechtsleitstnde; Christian Hauser; FLIEGERREVUE; 11/2002, S.38-42. AWACS, Rivet Joint and Joint STARS; David C Isby; AFM, March 2003, S.20-24. Northrop Grumman E-8C Joint STARS - Alles im Blick; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2003, S.76-79. Aircraft of the USAF; Mark Ayton; AFM, August 2003, S.7287.

18. See it, Jam it, Kill it; David A. Fulghum - Washington; AW&ST, May 2005, S.24-25. 19. E-10 Radar takes shape; David A. Fulghum - El Segundo, CA; AW&ST, June 2005, S.92, 95.

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EA-6B Prowler
Grumman EA-6B Prowler Electronic Warfare Aircraft; ICH, 2nd Ed., 1976/77, S.116. Die amerikanischen EloKa-Flugzeuge EA-6B und EF-111A; G. S. Sundaram; Genf, IWR, 1/1977. Nachgedruckt in Elektronische Kampffhrung; IWR, Geneva, 1978, S.22-26. An/ALQ Tactical Jamming System; ICH, 7th Ed., 1981/82, S.100,102. The EA-6B Prowler; Hal Gershanoff; JED, October 1983, S.51-62. The HARMed Prowler; Kenneth Krech, Lieutenant; JED, October 1983, S.85-88, 96. Navy and Air Force improve Electronic Warfare Aircraft; L.M.; DE, December 1984, S.88,91. Harming the Prowler; Kenneth Krech; DE, October 1986, S.165-172. Top Gun Fighters & Americas Jet Power; London Ian Allan Ltd, 1988. The Navys new electronic look; Scott R. Gourley; DE, June 1990, S.92-97. EA-6B ICAP III award expected next month, Programm extended - EC Monitor; JED, March 1998, S.24. ICAP-3 Will Update EA-6Bs Capabilities; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998. First upgraded Prowler delivered to US Navy, more enhancements to come; B. Rivers - EC Monitor; JED, February 1999, S.27. On the Prowl; Jon Lake; Air International, September 1999, S.156-165. Kosovo validates EW needs, but shows assets are slim; AW&ST, Nov .15, 1999, S.50, 81. EA-6B upgrade and AEA AOA briefed to industry - EC Monitor; K. Sherman; JED, August 2000, S.34-35. Contract awarded for EA-6B Jammer upgrades- EC Monitor; K. Sherman; JED, September 2000, S.32-34. Prowler upgrades moving along; ec minitor - Brendan Rivers; JED, December 2001, S.29. Airborne Electronic Attack, The next generation Hornet; John M Quigley; Air International, January 2002, S.24-27. I will be your escort; Michael Puttre; JED, May 2002, S.4247. Larger Pentagon budget boosts select technologies; Robert Wall; AW&ST, February 10, 2003, S.62-63. Unklare Plne der US-Streitkrfte, Prowler-Ersatz gesucht; Karl Schwarz; Flugrevue, Mrz 2003, S.42-46. ICAP III moving ahead on Prowler, preparing for Growler; Brendan P. Rivers - EC Monitor; JED, May 2003, S.35. ICAP III completes testing; AFN, July 2003, S.15. US Navy sets course for future AEA; EC Monitor, Brendan P. Rivers; JED, July 2003, S.32-33. Northrop Grumman EA-6B Prowler; Flightline; FLUG REVUE, Februar 2004, S.43-46. EA-6B Prowler; Firmenunterlage, Northrop Grumman Corp., Electronics & Systems Integration Division. On the Prowl: Electronic Warriors; Margaret Bone; Northrop Grumman Corp. Special Supplement in the JED.

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E-10A MC2A
ISR design begins tests; David A. Fulghum; AW&ST, April 29, 2002, S.32. Challenges mount for surveillance aircraft; Robert Wall, Washington; AW&ST, August 26, 2002, S.27-30. Der JSTARS-Nachfolger; pp; SuT, September 2002, S.59. Congress pits MC2A against MC2A-X; David A. Fulghum, Washington; AW&ST, September 16, 2002, S.30-31. Tests of MC2A reveal problems and promise; David A. Fulghum, Nellis AFB, Nev.; AW&ST, September 16, 2002, S.48-49. Paul Revere designers critique new configuration; David A. Fulghum, Nellis AFB, Nev.; AW&ST, September 16, 2002, S.52-53. Pulse weapons, stealth defenses near readiness; David A. Fulghum, Washington; AW&ST, September 2002, S.63-64. Jamming role given to F-22, F-35, MC2A; David A. Fulghum, Washington; AW&ST, November 2002, S.32. Antennas confound jamming, energy weapons development; David A. Fulghum, Washington; AW&ST, December 9, 2002, S.71-73. World News Roundaup: USAF officials ..; AW&ST, March 3, 2003, S.18. Preserving the jam; David A. Fulghum, Orlando, FLA; AW&ST, March 3, 2003, S.57-58. AWACS, Rivet Joint and Joint STARS; David C Isby; AFM, March 2003, S.20-24. E-10A weapon system integration contract; AFN, July 2003, S.14. Northrop Grumman E-8C Joint STARS - Alles im Blick; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2003, S.76-79. Boeing E-10A - The USAFs new jack-of-all trades; Alan Dawes; Air Inrenational, August 2003, S.22-25. Die E-10A fr die US Air Force; pp; SuT, Oktober 2003, S.62. Airborne Radar that tracks Missiles; James W. Ramsey; Aviation Magazine - Aviation Today; April 2005.

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EA-18G Growler

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3. 4. 5.

Airborne Electronic Attack - The next generation Hornet; 5. John M Quigley; Air International, January 2002, S.24-27. Stacking the deck - Neither nimble nor quick, the Super Hornet is a jack-of-all-trades; Bill Sweetman; JED, February 2004, S.30-37. Innere Werte - Boeing verbessert F/A-18E/F Super Hornet; 1. Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Mai 2004, S.34-39. A different kind of sting; Martin Streetly; Air International, December 2004, S.32-38. The Hornets sting; Brendan P. Rivers; JED, December 2004, S.51-54. 1.

Manned jammers needed for another generation; David A. Fulghum and Robert Wall, Nashua, NH; AW&ST, October 28, 2002, S.54-56.

ECAM
Cockpit-Instrumente; Peter Bachmann; Band 9 in Privatpiloten Bibliothek, Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1998.

ECR-90 Captor
Das Eurofighter Radar sieht alles; dan; Mforum, Mai 2001, S.4.

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EADS

Http://www.eads.net Ein neuer Luftgigant; Rainer Schmid; FLIEGERREVUE 12/1999, S.10-11. 3. EADS Interne Information, Nr. 2/15.2000. 4. EADS nimmt Gestalt an; SuT, 2/2000, S.105. 5. EADS-Broschre Militrflugzeuge: Sicherheit hat Zukunft; 08/2001. 6. Le Bourget 2001: Die erste groe Leistungsschau der Luftfahrt im neuen Jahrtausend; Peter Preyloswski; SuT, August 2001, S.26-34. 7. Erfolgsstrategie: Wachstum und Kooperation; Gilles Patri; Planet AeroSpace, Nr.5, Oktober-Dezember 2001, S.4-5. 8. EADS-Broschre EADS - The Step beyond; May 2002. 9. JED, October 2002, S.78. 10. Coming of Age; Robert Wall, Paris and Munich; AW&ST, January 24, 2005, S.44-46.

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EDA
Die Europische Verteidigungsagentur; Thomas Bauer; SuT, Dezember 2004, S.72-76.

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EDIG
Die europische Verteidigungsindustrie; Hansjrg Krnzle; wt III/1999, S.44-46.

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EDO RSS
Http://www.edorss.com

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EF-111 Raven
ICAP-3 Will Update EA-6Bs Capabilities; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998. A Tribute to the Raven; Firmenbroschre von Northrop Grumman Corporation.

1. 2. 3.

EADS CASA
Airtech CN-235; FLUG REVUE, Mrz 2002, S. 37-40. CASA C-212 Aviocar - A plane for all seasons; Rod Sinpson; Air International; January 2005, S.32-38. EADS CASA C-295; Typenblatt; Strategie und Technik, Mai 2005, S.29-30.

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EFB, Electronic Flight Bag


Electronic Flight Bags, Part I: What Airlines want; Edward Hanson; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, June 2002. Electronic Flight Bags, Part II; David Jensen; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, June 2002. Electronics with Impact: Top 10 Avionics Innovations; AW&ST, Special Advertising Section, November 20, 2006, S.S1-S6. Vom Black Book zum Electronic Flight Bag; Rainer W. During; FLIEGERREVUE, 10/2007, S.20.

1. 2.

EADS LFK

LFK-Lenkflugkrpersysteme GmbH; Strategie und Technik, September 2001, S.38-40. 4. Die LFK GmbH, Kernkompentezen fr Lenkflugkrpersysteme; Ulrich Rapreger; Strategie und Technik, November 2006, S.26-27.

EFIS
Cockpit-Instrumente; Peter Bachmann; Privatpiloten Bibliothek, Band 9; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1998.

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EAGLE 1

1.

Kurz & Bndig; Planet AeroSpace, 4/2003, S.39. EADS targets world; D. Fulghum & R. Wall; AW&ST, September 15, 2003, S.70-74. 1. Luftwaffe: Material- und Ausrstungsplanung; Markus 2. Schetilin - Luftwaffe; Strategie und Technik, Mai 2006, S.2027. 3.

EGNOS
Http://www.esrin.esa.int EGNOS beginnt Probebetrieb; FLUG REVUE, August 2003, S.24. Vertical approach - Egnos and Galileo offer peerless precision, but benefits for aviation could take time; M. A. Taverna (Paris/Brssels) & D. Hughes (Washington); AW&ST, January 31, 2005, S.45.

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EC-130 Compass Call


Compass Call; ICH, 1981, S.144,161. Compass Call moving to block 35 - EC Monitor; Brendan P. Rivers; JED, August 2001, S.34. Air Force embraces jammer, but plots independent course; Rober Wall and David A. Fulghum, Washington; AW&ST, May 27, 2002, S.39-31. 1. Till their ears bleed: Compass Calls contributions to the war on terror - EC Monitor; Keman Chaisson; JED, July 2. 2002, S.22-23.

EGPWS => GPWS EH-101


Flugzeuge der Welt, 2001; Claudio Mller, Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2001. Flugzeuge, Die wichtigsten Flugzeugtypen der Welt; Ricardo Niccoli; Kaiser Verlag, Klagenfurt, 2001.

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EH-101 Pilot Report: Heritage payoff; David M. North; AW&ST, January 26, 2004, S.40-45. Titelkampf der Schwergewichte - H-92 Superhawk und 1. EH101/US101; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, April 2004, S.4246. 2.

Elektronische Gegen-Manahmen, EloGM, ECM


ECM vs. Radar: A lethal scenario; Harry F. Eustace; MSN, Dec.1975/Jan. 1976, S.31-38. Bedrohung und EloGM-Verfahren; R. Loomis; IWR, 1/1976. Nachgedruckt in Elektronische Kampffhrung; IWR, Geneva, 1978, S.9-12. Postulating an airborne ECM threat: Donald D. Anderson; MSN, Dec./Jan. 1976, S.41-47. Electronic Countermeasures Technology - An Overview; L. Meadows - Raytheon; MSN, Oct./Nov. 1976, S.63-65. Protecting Tactical Aircraft: Which capabilities are required? Lt. Colonel David Brog; EW/DE, Nov./Dec. 1977, S.105-108. Methodology for specifying Jammer system parameters; ICH, 3rd Ed., June 1977/78, S.444-448. What jams what? ICH, 3rd Ed., June 1977/78, S.449-451. What Receiver for what mission; ICH, 3rd Ed., June 1977/78, S.456. An overview of low cost ECM Receiver; ICH, 3rd Ed., 1977/78, S.457-461. ECM decisive in typical combat srike; Robert Loomis; EW/DE, July 1978, S.62-66. Guided Missile ECM/ECCM; Stephen L. Johnston - Intern. Radar Directory, Huntsville; MJ, September 1978, S.20-26. Electronic Warfare Principles; Chapter 5, Electronic Countermeasures; Air Force Pamphlet, AFP 51-3; 1. September 1978. Electronic Countermesaures; Editors: J.A. Boyd, D.B. Harris, D.D. King, H.W. Welch, Jr.; Stanford University, 1961; Reprint: Peninsula Publishing, Los Altos, CA, 1978. Bedrohung und EloGM-Verfahren; R. Loomis; Elektronische Kampffhrung; IWR, Geneva, 1978, S.9-12. Radar Electronic Counter Counter Measures; S.L. Johnston; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 1979. Radar Antijamming Techniques; M.V. Maksimov, et. al.; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 1979. ECM vs. alternate links (Radar Jamming); ICH, 6th Ed., 1980/81, S.376-383. Internal vs. external ECM for Tactical Aircraft; Julian Lake; DE, November 1981, S.23-26. Fundamental Jamming relationships; ICH, 7th Ed.,1981/82, S.377-383. ECM techniques glossary; ICH, 7th Ed., 1981/82, S.384. ECM System is long on features, short on size; Alexander E. Braun; MSN, October 1982, S.87-88. Simultaneous jamming of multiple signals using broadband amplifiers; F. Voltaggio Jr. & J. Yakich; ICH, 8th Ed.,1982/83, S.297-300. Introduction to Radar Systems; Merrill I. Skolnik; McGrawHill, Inc., 1983. ECM/EW designs to 40 GHz and above accomplished in Coax; W. Oldfield - Wiltron; MSN, June 1984, S.48-59. Pulse-Compression Radar: ECM and ECCM; Leroy B. Van Brunt; DE, October 1984, S.170-185. Frequency Hop Systems for Navy Communications; Dennis Sweeney -E-Systems; DE, June 1985, S.115-124. Assessing ECM effectiveness in operational trials; Guglielmo Bertuccioli - Datamat; DE, October 1986, S.250254. Introduction to Electronic Warfare - Chapter 3: Electronic Countermeasures; D. Curtis Schleher, Ph. D.; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, MA, 1986.

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Eigenpeilung
Funkortungs- und Funknavigationsanlagen; Werner Mansfeld, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Habil.; Hthig Buch Verlag GmbH, Heidelberg, 1994, S.30. Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004. 3. 4. 5.

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Electronic Warfare => Elektronische Kampffhrung Elektronische Aufklrung, EloAufkl, ELINT


Realistic ELINT Design Considers Antenna Pattern TradeOffs; Keneth Arkind; MSN, Oct./November 1976, S.92-97. Signal recognition in a complex Radar environment; Stephen Saperstein & J.W. Campbell - WJ, Palo Alto, CA; Countermeasures, March 1977, S.8, 31, 40-42. Principles of Electronic Warfare - Chapter 4: Electronic Reconnaissance; Robert J. Schlesinger, et al.; Prentice Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1961, Reprint: Peninsula Publishing, Los Altos, CA, 1979. Improved Elint System adds flexibility and coverage; DE, January 1980, S.30-31. Electronic Intelligence: The Analysis of Radar Signals; Richard G. Willey; Artech House, Inc., Dedham, MA, 1982. Elint collection system performas exotic signal analysis; Richard Hartman; DE, April 1983, S.88-94. ELINT design melds classic methods; Charies Konig - US Army Electronic Warfare Lab., Forth Monmouth, NJ; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)9, S.150,151,155,225. Introduction to Electronic Warfare; D. Curtis Schleher, Ph. D.; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, MA, 1986. Air Reconnaissance gathers speed for the AirLand Battle; Jim Coghlan; DE, September 1986, S.131-140. U.S. Military upgrades its battlefield eyes and ears; DE, February 1988, S.56-70. 100-Percent probability of intercept? Herschell F. Murry; DE, February 1988, S.73-80. Designing modern Electronic-Intelligence Systems; W. Brasier, et al. - Condor Systems; MSN&CT, September 1988, S.68-76. Elektronische Aufklrung; Rolf Bergmann; Mikrowellen & HF Magazin, Vol.15, No.4, 1989, S.337-344. Tracking the ELINT market; Ron Schneiderman - Senior Ed./News; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)4, S.35-43. Portable ELINT system captures data from 0.5 to 18 GHzProduct of Wide Band Systems, Rockaway, NJ; Jack Browne - Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 38(1999)9, S.150. EW 101 - A First Course in Electronic Warfare; David Adamy; Artech House, Inc., Boston, London, 2001. Luftgesttzte signalerfassende Aufklrung; Hubert Wenzl & Jrg Deinert - Oberstleutnants; SuT, November 2002, S.5557. Intelligence air war; David C Isby; AFM, June 2003, S.30-35. Die Strategische Aufklrung in der Bundeswehr; Strategische Aufklrung warum und wozu; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt II/2004, S.24-34. Przise Daten - sichere Entscheidung; D. Keller & L. Schulz; Strategie und Technik, Januar 2005, S.26-27.

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46. Pulse-Compression Radar: ECM and ECCM; Leroy B. Van Brunt; DE, October 1984, S.170-185. 47. Recent trends in Electronic Warfare; Julian S. Lake, USN, Ret.; ICH, 9th Ed.,1984, S.11-14. 48. Future Army Electronic Warfare challenges; Richard Hartman; ICH, 9th Ed.,1984, S.306-314. 49. Building an EW System from scratch using existing modules; Kenneth S. Herberger; ICH, 9th Ed.,1984, S.319325. 50. Rules of thumb for EW Systems design and planning; James Bell; ICH, 9th Ed.,1984, S.326-329. 51. Understanding fast wave devices used in Millimeter-Wave EW Systems; G. Dhler, Ph.D. & F. Voltaggio, Jr.; ICH, 9th Ed.,1984, S.341-354. 52. Sorting parameters for Radar Warning Receivers - Quo Vadis? Charles Wiseman; ICH, 9th Ed.,1984, S.357-363. 53. New strategies and Soviel threats spark EW responses; James B. Schultz; DE, February 1985, S.17-21. 54. Confidence and ECM capability - Missing links in U.S. Operations in Lebanon; John E. Lacouture; DE, March 1985, S.113-117. 55. Automated testing speeds EW receiver evaluation; K.J. Allen & B.Y. Tsui - Wright-Patterson AFB; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)3, S.113-118. 56. Electronic-Warfare reqirements drive Microwave markets and technology; Editorial, MSN&CT, June 1985, S.83-121. 57. Gallium Arsenide enhances digital signal processing in Electronic Warfare; B. Hoffman & D. Apte; DE, July 1985, S.48-56. 58. Advanced technologies play key role in designing future EW Systems; A. Wilby & D. Richardson - Marconi Defence Systems; MSN&CT, September 1985, S.66-78. 59. Meeting the challenge of ESM/ECM integration; Thomas H. Greer - Litton Applied Technology; DE, September 1985, S.74-82. 60. Soviet Electronic Warfare, a review of published material; Stephen L. Johnston; International Defense Review, 12/1985, S.9-14. 61. EW Dedicated Aircraft, a continuing requirement; Bill Sweetman; International Defense Review, 12/1985, S.2124. 62. EW Suites for Large Aircraft, design constraints analyzed; Jeff Nichols; International Defense Review, 12/1985, S.2729. 63. Shipboard EW - A growing awareness; Dr. Martin Kamhi, USN; International Defense Review, 12/1985, S.33-40. 64. Naval Electronic Warfare - Enhancing warship survivability; Mark Cotton; International Defense Review, 12/1985, S.4346. 65. EW in a Land Environment - British solutions; Michael Dickens; International Defense Review, 12/1985, S.67-69. 66. Introduction to Electronic Warfare; D. Courtis Schleher, Ph.D.; Artech House Inc., Norwood, MA, 1986. 67. EW systems continue showing growth and development; A. E. Braun (Editor); MSN&CT, April 1986, S.71-72. 68. The impact of advanced modulation techniques on EW; R.M. Raines & S.A. Blankenship -Naval Surface Weapon Center; DE, October 1986, S.81-98. 69. The digital future of EW; Edwin M. Drogin; DE, December 1986, S.61-64. 70. ECCM the key to Airborne Radar survival; Stephen L. Johnston - Inernational Radar Directory; MSN&CT, January 1987, S.54-65.

71. Next-Generation EW, Radar and Communication equipment spur subsystem development - Part I; Ernst Scherer; MSN&CT, April 1987, S.26-43. 72. Choosing the right integration technique; Richard Jones TRW Microwave; MSN&CT, April 1987, S.46-52. 73. I/J-Band 500-Watt CW Jammer Amplifier for U.S. Navy EW Applications; Baruch Even-Or - American Electronic Laboratories; MSN&CT, April 1987, S.80-87. 74. Next-Generation EW, Radar and Communication equipment spur subsystem development - Part II; Ernst Scherer; MSN&CT, May 1987, S.30-38. 75. Electronic-Warfare Automatic Test Equipment; Steven D. Adams & Clifford S. Fitterer WJ; MSN&CT, October 1987, S.8-19. 76. Fiber Optics and Opto-Electronics for Radar and Electronic Warfare applications; J.J. Pan - E-Tek Dynamics; MSN&CT, October 1987, S.30-43. 77. Advanced Microwave signal Processing in Telecommunications, Radar, and Elelectronic-Warfare Systems; Fulvio Ananasso, et al.; MSN&CT, October 1987, S.108-126. 78. The mighty Five; James W. Rawles; DE, November 1987, S.58-74. 79. DDS drives 2-to-20-GHz LO subsystem for EW/ECM; Alan Conrad, Contributing Ed. & Jack Browne, Executive Editor; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)7, S.130-132. 80. Countering anti-ship Missiles; James W. Rawles; DE, September 1990, S.67-76. 81. Multifunction Transmit and Receive modules for EW Arrays; Martin A. Priolo, et al. - Lockheed Sanders, Nashua; MJ, February 1991, S.83-92. 82. SIGINT receiver combines wide Frequency range and DF capability; Maxim Technologies Product; DE, October 1991, S.90. 83. Farewell to Electronic Warfare? Sheldon B. Herskovitz; MJ, September 1992, S.26-42. 84. Mobile SAM threat spurs new EW System sales; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 27, 1997, S.38-42. 85. Many new EW systems on near-horizon; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.42-43. 86. Electronic Warfare: Foundation of Information Operations; Col Charles T. Alan, USAF; JED, October 1998, S.59-79. 87. Information Warfare Principles and Operations; Ewald Waltz; Artech House, Inc., Boston, London, 1998. 88. Introduction to Airborne Radar - Part VIII, Radar in Electronic Warfare; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc., Mendham, 1998. 89. The art of Navigation Warfare; Robert McGahan; JED, April 2001, S.53-55. 90. Electronic Warfare in the Information Age; D. Courtis Schleher, Ph. D.; Artech House, Inc., Boston, London, 1999. 91. Fighter EW, the next generation; Bill Sweetman; JED, July 2000, S.41-47. 92. EW101 A First Course in Electronic Warfare; David Adamy; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 2001. 93. Facing Warfare in the third millenium; Fred Levien - The Levien Group, Prunedale, CA; Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)9, S.31-44. 94. EW 101 A First Course in Electronic Warfare; David Adamy; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, MA, 2001. 95. Electronic Warfare for the Digitized Battlefield; Michael Frater & Michael Ryan; Artech House Books, Horizon House Publications, Inc., 2001.

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96. Afghan operations underscore value of avionics arsenal; David I. Rockwell, Teal Group; AW&ST Aerospace Sourcw Book, January 14, 2002, S.199-200. 97. Electronic Warfare systems; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 14, 2002, S.225-227. 98. Electronic Warfare goes stealthy; Alan Dawes; Air International, February 2002, S.105-110. 99. Der Elektronische Kampf der Marine; Fregattenkapitn Ulrich Dammeyer - Fhrungsstab Marine; SuT, Juli 2002, S.47-50. 100. Survival of the fittest; Farnborough International, 2002 The Official Souvernir Programme; Published on behalf of SBAC by Key Exhibitions Ltd, Stamford, UK, September 2002, S.52-57. 101. Threats sparks EW research, but no new programs; David A. Fulghum and Robert Wall, Washington/Nashua, NH; AW&ST, October 28, 2002, S.62-64. 102. Jamming role given to F-22, F-35, MC2A; David A. Fulghum, Washington; AW&ST, November 2002, S.32. 103. Antennas confound jamming, energy weapons development; David A. Fulghum, Washington; AW&ST, December 9, 2002, S.71-73. 104. Introduction to Electronic Warfare, Modeling and Simulation; David Adamy; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, MA, 01/2003. 105. Electronic Warfare systems; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 13, 2003, S.215-218. 106. Unsichtbar aber wirkungsvoll - Die Elektronische Kampffhrung; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt IV/2003, S.90-93. 107. bung ELITE 2004 - Duell in der Schwbischen Alb; Erich Strobl; FLIEGERREVUE, 7/2004, S.20-21. 108. EW 102: A Second Course in Electronic Warfare; David L. Adamy; Artech House Books, Horizon House Publications, Inc., 2004. 109. Target Acquisition in Communication Electronic Warfare Systems; Richard Poisel - US Army Research, Development and Engineering Command; Artech House Books, Horizon House Publications, Inc., 2004. 110. International Electronic Countermeasures Handbook: 2004 Edition; Journal of Electronic Defence; Artech House Books, Horizon House Publications, Inc., 2004. 111. EW and Stealth - Deceptive appearances explained; Mike Hirst; Air International, November 2004, S.62-65.

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Eluding the enemy: ECCM techniques; Frank Amoroso Hughes Aircraft; DE, September 1985, S.171-186. Introduction to Electronic Warfare - Chapter 4: Radar and Electronic Counter-Countermeasures; D. Courtis Schleher, Ph.D.; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, MA, 1986. ECCM the key to Airborne Radar survival; Stephen L. Johnston - Inernational Radar Directory; MSN&CT, January 1987, S.54-65. Simple circuit instantly cuts jammer signals; Andere Gagnon - Telemus Electronic Systems, Ontario, Canada; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)9, S.135-140. Introduction to Airborne Radar; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc., Mendham, NJ, 1998. Electronic Warfare in the Information Age; Ph.D. D. Courtis Schleher; Artech House, Inc., Boston, London, 1999. Evidence of chaos and fractals in ECM effectiveness simulation; S. Charland & P. Pulsifer; JED, November 2002, S.56-61.

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Elektronische Untersttzungsmanahmen, EloUM, ESM


Electronic Warfare Principles; Chapter 4, Electronic Warfare Support Measures; Air Force Pamphlet, AFP 51-3; 1. September 1978. ESM improves Fast Patrol Boat capabilities; Frank J. Moncrief; MSN, July 1978, S.64-66. Adaptive pulse preprocessing optimizes ESM Receivers; James Van Cleave; EW/DE, March 1979, S.77-84. High Intercept Probability improves ESM performance; S. Sareen; MSN, July 1979, S.72-76. Signal Processing pivotal to next generation ESM Receivers; J.H. Collins & P.M. Grant; MSN, April 1981, S.10-32. Navy seeks ESM for P-3C; DE, May 1981, S.44. Channelized Receivers to dominate by late 80s; HVM & JBB; DE, May 1981, S.46-48. Time of Compressive Receivers has not come; DE, May 1981, S.50. MEL introduces ESM insurance; Stefan Geisenheyner; DE, January 1982, S.107-109. The associative comparator: Adds new capabilities to ESM signal processing; Craig A. Hanna; DE, February 1984, S.5162. Tactical ESM system has multioption capabilities - Product of Applied Communications; MSN, October 1984, S.163164. Advanced ESM system allows retrofit; Lynn Clune, et al. General Instruments; DE, October 1984, S.165-169. Aircraft detection and identification uses passive Electronic-Support Measures; Joel Schindall; WJ Technotes, Vol. 12, No. 5, Sept./Oct. 1985. Compressive Receivers apllied to ESM System design; K. D. Breuer et al. - Eaton Corp., AIL Division; MSN&CT, October 1986, S.66-75. Filters and Multiplexers designed for ESM applications; J. E. Dean - Filtronic; MSN&CT, October 1986, S.97-104. Filters and Multiplexers designed for ESM applications; J. E. Dean - Filtronic; MSN&CT, November 1986, S.123-1131. Introduction to Electronic Warfare - Chapter 2: Electronic support Measures; Ph. D. D. Curtis Schleher; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, MA, 1986.

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ECCM Measures of Effectivness; Dr. J. Frank & Dr. P.S. Tong; Countermeasures, Vol.3, No.1, January 1977, S.3744. ECCM from the Radar Designers viewpoint; M.A. Johnson & D.C. Stoner; MJ, March 1978, S.59-63. ECCM Techniques; Richard Hartman; ME/C, Vol.3, No.11, Novomber 1977, S.34,36,39. Guided Missile ECM/ECCM; Stephen L. Johnston; MJ, September 1978, S.20-25. Electronic Warfare Principles; Chapter 6, Electronic Counter-Countermeasures; Air Force Pamphlet, AFP 51-3; 1. September 1978. ECCM based on Antanna Technology; ICH, 5th Ed., 1979/80, S.305316. Interference cancellation shows promise as Anti-jam technique; ICH, 7th Ed., 1981/82, S.365-370. Hostile ECCM/ESM; Stephen L. Johnston; JED, June 1984, S.41-48.

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ELF, Extremely Low Frequencies


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

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ELF: To communicate with a submerged Submarine; Edward L. Beach; DE, April 1980, S.54-61. 3. 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. 4. Erratum: The Renaissance in Submarine Communications: The ELF Odyssey; ME/C, Vol.7, No.2, February 1981, S. 28. 5. The Renaissance in Submarine Communications, Part IV: The ELF Odyssey, cont.; Roland J. Starkey, Jr.; ME/C, Vol.7, No.2, February 1981, S. 29-34. 6. Kommunikation mit ELF; Physik in unserer Zeit, 12. Jahrgang, 1981, Nr. 6, Seite 193. [Science 212, 644 (1981)]. 7. NAVELEX looks future in serving the electronic needs of the Fleet; DE, April 1982, S.59-62. 8. ELF lets Subs stay deep and out of sight; David A. Boutacoff; DE, January 1985, S. 95-98. 9. GTE wins ELF received pact; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)5, S.67. 10. Funkortung und Navigation; Erwin Lertes; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1995, S.127. 11. Moderne U-Boote; Udo Ude; wt, II/2001, S.84-89.

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A Sampling of EW Antennas; Don Herskovitz; JED, December 1997, S.53-57. Antennas: Highly visible and hardly visible; Don Herskovitz; JED, May 1999, s. 63-68. A sampling of EW Antennas; Don Herskovitz; JED, June 2000, S.57-61. Designer polarization for EW Antennas; Robert O. Magatagan; JED, December 2000, S.51-53. Technology survey: Sampling of EW/SIGINT Antennas; JED, March 2007, Vol.30, No.3, S.40-45.

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RF Ecology: EW Student and His Environment; William H. McMillan, Antekna; MSN, July/Aug. 1971. Elements of EW Simulation - the RF Aspect; Warren P. Yost, Antekna; MSN, Sept./Oct. 1971. Radar Signal Simulator; EMI Electronics Ltd, England, 4seitige Unterlagen RE1069, 1975. EloKa-Simulatoren; G.S. Sundaram; IWR, 4/1976, S.591583. USAF Simulates Soviet Defense System; Barry Miller; AW&ST, May 30, 1977, S.43-49. Simulation - The requirement; ICH, 3rd Ed., June 1977/78, S.527-529 EW Testing - The Gordian Knot; Joseph J. Digiovanni, Antekna, Inc.; EW, July/Aug. 1977, S.79-86. EW Simulation: Preparation of a Dynamic Scenario; David L. Adamy - Antekna; EW/DE, Sept./Oct. 1977, S.117-120. EW The unique weapon; Terry E. Bibbens, Antekna; Signal Magazine, March 1978. Simulation Breakthroughs; A Solution to Complex Combat Problems; EW/DE, July 1978, S.5360. Simulation - An effective military strategy; Julian S. Lake; ME/C, October 1978, S.25. Handbook - EW Simulation Techniques, Equipment, and Systems; Broschre von Antekna, 1978. Modern EW simulation techniques; ICH, 4th Ed., 1978/79, S.390-402. DF Simulation; ICH, 4th Ed., 1978/79, S.403-405. Man/Mashine Interface in EW Simulation; David L. Adamy, Antekna; EW/DE, January 1979, S.71-77. Dynamic Environment Simulation by Arrayed Emitter Ranges; Joseph J. Digiovanni, Antekna; JED, March/April 1979. Field Deployable Simulation Adds Training Realism; Harold D. Burns; DE, June 1979. NEETS - The Naval Electronic Environment Training System; ME/C, October 1979. Detailed Description of AF-EWES Functions; ICH, 5th Edi., 1979/80, S.317-335. Test, Training, & Simulation; Ron Brown - Antekna, Inc.; JED, Jan./Feb. 1980, S.54-56. Simulators as test equipment and training devices for EW and Radar; ME/C, March 1980, S.28-41, 70-71. First-of-Its-kind Simulator features diverse capabilities; ME/C, January 1981, S.52-55. Changing environment complicates simulation; Terry Bibbens, Antekna, Inc.; DE, June 1981, S.97-98. Multiple Environment Generator for Electronic Countermeasures Testing; J.A. Hartman; MJ, September 1981, S.53-60. EW training using Radar EM environment; John Michels; MJ, September 1981, S.79-89.

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EloGM-Antennen - ECM Antennas


ECM Antennas; E .C. Hatcher; Space/Aeronautics, April 1960, S.171-180. Comparing ECM Antennas: Horns vs Spirals; Donald F. Tuite, Transco Products; MW, October 1972. Phased Array for ECM; ICH, 3rd Ed., June 1977/78, S.333341. Designing a broadband Phased Array Antenna suitable for use in ECM Systems; Lars Josefsson - LM Ericsson; DE, February 1980, S.85-88. Electronic Warfare Antenna Systems - Past and Present; Dan Yaw, Westinghouse; MJ, September 1981, S.22-39. Higher ERP for ECM Systems; Norman H. Pond; JED, March 1982, S.24. Higher ERP with Lens Fed Multibeam Arrays; D.H. Archer & A.A. Black, Raytheon Company; JED, March 1982, S.51-58. A sampling of EW Antennas - Technology Survey; Robert V. McGahan; JED, January 2002, S.57-61.

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EloGM-Behlter, -Gondel
EloGM-Gondelanlagen der US-Luftwaffe; Gowri S. Sundaram, Genf; IWR, 5/1979, S.775-778.

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EloGM-Techniken-Generator - ECM Techniques 18. Generator


Lab Report #3, Anzeige von Frequency Sources, Inc., MSN, March 1982, Rckseite des Deckblattes. ECM Techniques Generator, Dual Coherent Source and Offboard Expendable Techniques; Demetrius Tsipuras, et al.; MJ, September 1984, S.38-73. 19. 20. 21.

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EloKa-Antennen - EW Antennas

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22. Electronic Warfare Principles; Electronic Warfare Antennas; Air Force Pamphlet, AFP 51-3; 1. September 1978. 23. Electronic Countermeasures; J. Boy et al. (Hrgb); Chapter 29, Antennas, J.V.N. Granger; Peninsula Publishing, Los 24. Altos, CA, (1965) 1978. Electronic Warfare Antenna Systems - Past and Present; Daniel F. Yaw; MJ, September 1981, S.22-39. 25. Wide Sector Coverage Antennas; Daniel F. Yaw; MJ, September 1984, S.135-138.

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26. EW instructional development; Doug Lanterman - Antekna, Inc.; JED, Sept./Oct. 1981. 27. EW Threat Simulator validates Software; William H. McMillan - Antekna; DE, October 1982, S.101-112. 28. Fundamental parameters used in Radar Emitter Simulation; Doug Lanterman; ICH, 8th Ed.,1982/83, S.306-312. 29. Watkins-Johnson: Simulation von Elektronischen Gegenmanahmen; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.9, No.2, 1983, S.137-138. 30. General Instrument: Radar Emitter Simulation Equipment; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.9, No.2, 1983, S.138-139. 31. General Instrument: TS-V(1) Threat Simulator; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.9, No.2, 1983, S.140. 32. Simulate Airborne Radar environment; D. Nembhard & R. Smalling - Eaton; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)7, S.97103,112. 33. AN/SLQ-32 Environment Generator; Jack E. Wagner, Comptek; JED, September 1983, S.65-69. 34. Interactive Simulation automates EW System design; Samuel R. Holderman & Alex Nauda, HRB-Singer; JED September 1983, S.73-76. 35. ECM monitoring system; A.M. Imada & E.G. Ottoboni, SRI Intern.; MJ, Nov. 1984, S.139-150. 36. Field-deployable Simulations of Soviet Systems; Michael R. Green; ICH, 9th Ed.,1984, S.175-189. 37. Ghost Radars in the sky; Bruce Gumble; DE, June 1985, S.95-101. 38. Threat Simulation in EW Suite Testing; George Edwards Flight Systems, Inc.; JED, September 1985, S.39-43. 39. Combat Electromagnetic Environment Simulator; Dr. Edward Eberl - Amherst Systems; JED, September 1985, S.45-47. 40. DOD Simulators for evaluation of EW System design; James E. Totten; ICH, 9th Ed.,1985, S.372-375. 41. Simulierte Radar-Szenarios; HF-Report, Oktober 1987, S.7779. 42. Benchtop Signal Simulation Becomes a Reality; Roland Hassun, Dana Kreitter, & John Minck; DE, November 1987, S.129-143. 43. Ein Beitrag zur Lsung komplexer Simulationsprobleme; W. Gross; Mikrowellen & HF Magazin, Vol.15, No.7, 1987. 44. Sharping the Future of Signal Simulation; G. Lowitz, et al.; DE, March 1989, S.90-99. 45. Advanced Frequency-Agile Signal Simulator Provides EW, Radar Testing; Hp; MSN, April 1989, S.55-56. 46. Signal simulator hops 3000 MHz in less than 250 ns Product of HP, Cupertine, CA; Jack Browne - Executive Editor; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)4, S.141/3/5/7. 47. Frequency-Agile Signal Simulators; Hewllett-Packerd Co., Palo Alto; MJ, Jan. 1991, S.157-158. 48. System simulates radar environments from 0.3 to 18 GHz; Product of S.T. Research, Newington, VA; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)5, S.248. 49. Radar simulation software employs component data; Robert J. Hancock - CAE Soft; Rockwall, TX; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)9, S.67-73. 50. Modeling and Simulation - High-quality and lower cost validation of EW systems; Mike Pywell; JED, November 1997, S.45-51. 51. A Sampling of Electronic Warfare Simulators; Don Herskovitz; JED, December 1998, S.53-58. 52. Electronic Warfare Simulation, Part 1; Dave Adamy EW101 Tutorial; JED, April 1999, S.60-61. 53. EW Simulation, Part 2 - Computer Simulation; Dave Adamy - EW101 Tutorial; JED, May 1999, S.74-75.

54. EW Simulation, Part 3 - Engagement Scenario Model; Dave Adamy - EW101 Tutorial; JED, June 1999, S.68-69. 55. EW Simulation, Part 4 - Operator Interface Simulation; Dave Adamy - EW101 Tutorial; JED, July 1999, S.62-63. 56. EW Simulation, Part 5 - Practical considerations in Operator Interface Simulation; Dave Adamy - EW101 Tutorial; JED, August 1999, S.64-65. 57. EW Simulation, Part 6 - Introduction to emulation; Dave Adamy - EW101 Tutorial; JED, September 1999, S.64-65. 58. A sampling of PC-hosted EW Training Systems; Don Herskovitz - Technology; JED, October 1999, S.59-62. 59. EW Simulation, Part 7 - Antenna Emulation; Dave Adamy EW101 Tutorial; JED, October 1999, S.64-65. 60. EW Simulation, Part 8 - Receiver Emulation; Dave Adamy EW101 Tutorial; JED, November 1999, S.66-67. 61. EW Simulation, Part 9 - Threat Emulation; Dave Adamy EW101 Tutorial; JED, December 1999, S.64-65. 62. EW Simulation, Part 10 - Threat Antenna-Pattern emulation; Dave Adamy - EW101 Tutorial; JED, January 2000, S.62-63. 63. EW Simulation, Part 11 - Multiple-Signal emulation; Dave Adamy - EW101 Tutorial; JED, February 2000, S.62-63. 64. Simulator cteates multiple threats for EW receivers; Ross A. Ecker - Watkins-Johnson, San Jose, CA; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)6, S.164-170. 65. A Sampling of Electronic Warfare Simulators - Technology Survey; Don Herskovitz; JED, October 2000, S.59-64. 66. EW101 A First Course in Electronic Warfare; David Adamy; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 2001. 67. A Sampling of Electronic Warfare Simulators - Technology Survey; Robert V. McGahan; JED, August 2002, S.61-66. 68. Evidence of chaos and fractals in ECM effectiveness simulation; S. Charland & P. Pulsifer; JED, November 2002, S.56-61. 69. Introduction to Electronic Warfare, Modeling and Simulation; David Adamy; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, MA, 2003.


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EloUM => Elektronische Untersttzungsmanahmen ELS


TI Uses Broad Technology Base to Expand Role in EW Programms; Sonderdruck von AW&ST, February 1987. Firmenbroschre von Texas Instruments: Emitter Location System; 01-BL-6-88. Technisch-logistische Vorbereitung von Luftfahrzeugen fr den Krisen-Einsatz; Helmut Caspar; SuT, 11/97, S.641-645. ELS; IECM Handbok 2001, S.174.

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EM Simulator
EM simulator adds optimization - Product of HP, HP EEsof, Westlake Village, CA; Jack Browne - Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)6, S.123-124.

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EMAC
Die Europische Industrie muss handlungsfhig bleiben; Aloysius Rauen, Leiter EADS Militrflugzeuge; EADSMagazin: Mforum, Mrz 2001, S.14-15.

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EMBRAER
Http://www.embraer.com

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EMBRAER EMB 145 AEW&C


Flugzeuge der Welt 2003; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2003; Seite 159: EMBRAER ERJ-145 SA/RS. Embraer EMB 145 AEW&C; Flightline; FLUG REVUE, Januar 2004, S.37-40.

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EMPAR
Das Boden-Luft-System PAAMS; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr.2. Januar-Mrz 2001, S.34-37. Backboards of the fleet: Shipboard Phased-Array Radars; Dimitris V. Dranidis; JED, May 2003, S.55-62. EMPAR Shipborne Multifunction Radar; www.amsjv.com, REF: AMS/ED/002/0602.

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Empfnger (EloKa-Empfnger) - EW Receivers


New systems concepts for increased ELINT intercept; R.R. Keenly - ARGOSystems, Palo Alto, CA; EW, May/June 1974, S.63-68. Whats new in ELINT receiving hardware? EW, July/August 1974, S.19-25. High Probability of Intercept Receivers in EW environments; Terry Harper; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.2, No.4, July/August 1975. Integrated Circuit 18-40 GHz Receiver; Dr. Charles Buntschuh; MSN, Oct./Nov. 1975, S.33-39. Preselected autotrack EHF superhets; MSN, Oct./Nov. 1975, S.41-44. Compact Warning Receiver sorts signals fast; Eli Dalabikis; EW, July/Aug. 1976, S.39-42. Signal recognition in a complex Radar environment; J.W. Campbell & S. Saperstein; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.3, No.6, Nov./Dec. 1976. The Channelized receiving system; Staff report; MSN, Dec./Jan. 1976, S.63-70. EW Acquisition Systems; B.R. Hatcher; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.3, No.3, May/June 1976. The military characteristics of Reconnaissance and Surveillance; George F. Steeg; EW, Sept./Oct. 1976, S.7181. Fourier series and integrals; ICH, 2nd Ed., 1976/77, S.546563. Receivers for signal acquisition; F. Rappolt & N. Stone - AIL; MJ, Jan. 1977, S.29-33. An overview of low cost ECM Receiver; ICH, 3rd Ed., 1977/78, S.457-461. Egypt deploys British ESM; EW/DE, January 1978, S.79-80. Receiver performance: What does Receiver Sensitivity really mean? Jeffrey C. Harp - ARGOSystems; EW/DE, May 1978, S.96-103. New receivers solve operational problems with minimum complexity; William R. Bigas - ARGOSystems; EW/DE, September 1978, S.81-86. What the receiver will see; David L. Adamy -Antekna, Inc, Mt. Niew, CA; ME/C, Vol.4, No.10, October 1978, S.47-49. Antennas and Receivers: Interdependency for EW/ESM; ICH, 4th Ed., 1978/79, S.332-3341. EW/ESM Receiver signal and data processing problems: Methods and solutions; ICH, 4th Ed.,1978/79, S.343-350. Frequency Encoding Essential for Overlapping Pulses; Edwin M. Drogin - AIL; MSN, July 1979, S.50-63. Subsystems Provide Key to Radar Warning Receiver; Michaell Paff; MSN, July 1979, S.65-70.

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22. IF System provides 100% intercept; MSN, July 1979, S.9293. 23. Receivers evolve to era of Computer-Controlled Hybridization; Terry Harper- WJ; MSN, August 1979, S.112-122. 24. VHSICs to impact next-generation Radar Warning Receivers; Harry F. Eustace; DE, January 1980, S.69-73. 25. Wideband ESM Receiving Systems - Part I; C.B. Hofmann & A.R. Baron - Amecon; MJ, September1980, S.24-34. 26. ELISA: New high-sensitivity Receiver designed for Elint and Surveillance; John B. Beach; DE, October 1980, S.14-15. 27. Current and future Sub-System module for intercept Receivers; J.H. Collins & P.M. Grant; Ultrasonics Symposium, 1980, S.204-215. 28. Will receivers demand GaAs ICs? J.E. Feaveryear & E.A. Sornberger; DE, January 1981, S.58-60. 29. Wideband ESM Receiving Systems - PartI I; C.B. Hofmann & A.R. Baron - Amecon; MJ, Feb. 1981, S.57-61. 30. Receivers demand advanced analog processing ICs (Receivers); K.P. Weller & D.H. Claxon; MSN, February 1981, S.58-70. 31. Receiver tools improve difficult RF signal acquisition; Frank Rappolt - Eaton/AIL; MSN, April 1981, S.62-86. 32. Navy seeks ESM for P-3C; DE, May 1981, S.44. 33. Time of Compressive Receivers has not come; DE, May 1981, S.50. 34. Digitally controlled Receivers generate wider Frequencies; DE, June 1981, S.91-94. 35. Receiver comparisons; ICH, 7th Ed., 1981/82, S.395-396. 36. Automatic ESM Systems - Past, Present, Future; Alan Sock Amecon/Litton; JED, February 1982, S.39-43,49. 37. Digital Signal Processing for Multichannel Receiving Systems; B.J. Nardi; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.9, No.3, May/June 1982. 38. Time-Domain Receivers for pulsed sdignals - Part 1; J.E. Schindall & M.J. Caraballo; WJ Tech-notes, Vol. 9, No. 6, Nov./Dec. 1982. 39. Fundamental parameters used in Radar Emitter Simulation; Doug Lanterman; ICH, 8th Ed., 1982/83, S.306-312. 40. Advances in Radar Warning Receivers; D. White & S. Rubin; ICH, 8th Ed., 1982/83, S.315-327. 41. EW Technology at the Air Forces Avionics Laboratory; George Nicholas & Charles H. Krueger, Jr. - WrightPatterson AFB, OH; JED, January 1983, S.28-35, 43. 42. Acousto-Optical Bragg Cells speed EW Signal Procecesssing; L.C. Grasse & D.L. Brubaker;MSN, January 1983, 53-68. 43. Time-Domain Receivers for pulsed signals - Part 1; J.E. Schindall & M.J. Caraballo; WJ Tech-notes, Vol. 10, No. 1, Jan./Feb. 1983. 44. ELF/VLF Receiver design; W.K. Gruber; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.10, No.3, May/June 1983. 45. Intercept Time and its prediction; A.G. Self; JED, August 1983. 46. Advanced Electronic support System for Radar Processing; Gregory M. Pope - EM Systems, Sunnyvale, CA; DE, October 1983, S.182-200. 47. SAW Filter basics guide designer choices; A.G. Monnetti & R.M. Hays; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)11, S.73-110. 48. RWRs face new threats; A. E. Braun; MSN, November 1983, S.53-63. 49. Temperature compensation modules evaluated for Receiver Systems (Receivers); C. Y. Ho - Motorola; MSN, December 1983, S.86-104. 50. SAW Filters improve Channelized Receivers; E. McCune; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)1.

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51. Competitive Receiver Technologies; G.J. Donaldson; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.11, No.4, July/Aug. 1984. 52. DLVAs find applications in ESM systems; M. Sheade - Planar Microwave; MSN, August 1984, S.47-56. 53. Techniques examined or RF signal processing before the Receiver; D. Janich - WJ; MSN, October1984, S.46-69. 54. Software design of Microprocessor-Controlled receivers, Part I; WJ Tech-notes, Vol. 11, No. 6, Nov./Dec. 1984. 55. Sorting parameters for Radar Warning Receivers - Quo Vadis? Charles Wiseman; ICH, 9th Ed.,1984, S.357-363. 56. Digital designs bridge the cost-performance gap; Chuck Dexter; DE, January 1985, S.127-133. 57. Software design of Microprocessor-Controlled receivers, Part II; WJ Tech-notes, Vol. 12, No. 1, Jan./Feb. 1985. 58. Automated testing speeds EW receiver evaluation; K.J. Allen & B.Y. Tsui - Wright-Patterson AFB; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)3, S.113-118. 59. Modulation recognition for automated Surveillance Systems; J.L. Perry, et al.; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.12, No.4, July/Aug. 1985. 60. Microwave Receivers enter a new era; Technical Staff, Condor Systems; DE, August 1985, S.54-58. 61. Receiver gain analysis speeds design process; Stan Goldman - Texas Instruments, Dallas, TX; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)10, S.81-88. 62. Receiver turns analyzer into surveillance system; Jack Browne - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)10, S.109-110. 63. Stock components can silence receiver spurs; Alan Conrad Staff Consultant, Configuration Analysis Management, Danbury, CT; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)10, S.123-125. 64. System control of VHF/UHF Receivers; C. E. Dexter & T. W. Goodell; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.12, No.6, Nov./Dec. 1985. 65. Advancing EW system strategies and supporting technologies; R.A. Moore & R.E. Marinaccio Westinghouse, Baltimore, MD; MJ, Feb. 1986, S.26-41. 66. Receivers and Receiver technology for EW systems; Donald L. Lockheed - TRW, Redondo Beach, CA; MJ, Feb. 1986, S.139-148. 67. Advances in design improve wideband Receiver; W. B. Sullivan & D. Heller - General Instrument; MSN&CT, April 1986, S.97-108. 68. Compressive receiver technology; W.D. Daniels, et al.; MJ, April 1986, S.175-184. 69. Surveillance receiver spans VHF to 40 GHz; Barry Manz Chief Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)6, S.173-176. 70. Compressive Receivers apllied to ESM system design; K. D. Breuer et al. - Eaton Corp., AIL Division; MSN&CT, October 1986, S.66-75. 71. Aircraft detection and identification uses passive Electronic-Support Measures; Joel Schindall - WJ; MSN&CT, October 1986, S.78-86. 72. Filters and Multiplexers designed for ESM applications; J. E. Dean - Filtronic; MSN&CT, October 1986, S.97-104. 73. Microscan Receivers boost intercept probability; Hermann F. Schmid - SRI International; DE, October 1986, S.205-214. 74. Receiver Dynamic Range: Part 1; R.E. Watson; WJ Technotes, Vol.14, No.1, Jan./Feb. 1987. 75. Receiver Dynamic Range: Part 2; R.E. Watson; WJ Technotes, Vol.14, No.2, March/April 1987. 76. Should Radar Warning Receivers remain autonomous? Richard Hartman; DE, May 1987, S.45-47. 77. How to specify and use a DTO/VCO; R.N. Buswell; WJ Technotes, Vol.14, No.4, July/Aug. 1987.

78. Rapid channel identifier for real-time sorting of frequency data; R.G. Ranson, et al. - WJ; MSN&CT, September 1987, S.65-73. 79. A rapid-channel identifier for EW Receivers; Dr R.G. Ranson, Dr G.L. Hey-Shipton & Dr J.G. Galli; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.14, No.5, Sept./Oct. 1987. 80. Das nchste Jahrzent fr die Mikrowellenberlagerungsempfnger - Wandel in der Technologie und neue Forderungen kennzeichnen heute schon den Trend; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.13, No.5, 1987, S.551-556. 81. DFD/IFM performance under exotic modulations; David Heller - General Instrument; MSN&CT, September 1988, S.81-91. 82. Flexible receiver accurately tracks multiple threats Product of WJ, San Jose, CA; Jack Browne - Executive Editor; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)9, S.169-175. 83. The future of Radar Warning Receivers; David L. Adamy; DE, October 1988, S.63-69. 84. IF signal sampling improves receiver detection accuracy; Richard C. Webb - Webb Laboratories, Hartland, WI; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)3, S.99-103. 85. Receiver system matches channels from 6 to 18 GHz Product of Microsource, Santa Rosa, CA; John Dixon, et al.; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)3, S.127-132. 86. Analysis reveals vulnerable areas in EW receivers; U.M.S. Murthy & V.M. Rao - Defence Electronics Research Laboratory, Hyderabad, India; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)8, S.107-115,131. 87. EW Receivers use multiple technologies; Robert W. Dodd; DE, September 1990, S.59-65. 88. Design optimizes broadband mm-wave receiver performance; dr. Chandra Gupta - Alpha Industries, Methuen, MA; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)9, S.153-159. 89. Software package predicts receiver system sensitivity Product of Cedars Software, Potomac, MD; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)8, S.179. 90. A sampling of Radar Warning Receivers; Don Herskovitz Technology Survey; JED, January 1998, S.55-59. 91. Superconducting filters enhance military receiver performance; Gordon Roesler; Gordon Roesler - Booz Allen & Hamilton, Arlington, VA; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)6, S.61-68,76. 92. RWR, ESM changes prompt Litton mergher; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, November 15, 1999, S.89-90. 93. Precision location and identification: A revolution in threat warning and situational awareness; Lt Col Jon Wilson, USAF; JED, November 1999, S.43-48. 94. A sampling of EW Warning Systems; Don Herskovitz Technology; JED, December1999, S.61-65. 95. Radar Warning Receivers: The digital revolution; Dave Adamy; JED, June 2000, S.45-50. 96. A sampling of EW Warning Systems; Don Herskovitz Technology; JED, April 2000, S59-63. 97. EW101 A First Course in Electronic Warfare; Dave Adamy; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 2001. 98. EW101 - Receiver-System design, Part 1 - System specifications; Dave Adamy; JED, June 2004, S.60-61. 99. SMR-4820 compact microwave search receiver; M/A-COM SIGINT Products, Hunt Valley, MD, UK; Military Microwaves Supplement, August 2004 - A Special Supplement to Microwave Journal & Journal of Electronic Defense. 100. Receiver System Design Part 6 - Types of Receivers; Dave Adamy; JED, December 2006, Vol.29, No.12, S.42-44.

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101. Receiver System Design Part 8 - Receiver System 17. Molded-in-Place cover gaskets for environment seals and Sensitivity; Dave Adamy; JED, Feb. 2007, Vol.30, No.2, S.70EMI/EMP shields; D.M. Barone - Chometrics; MSN&CT, 72. June 1987, S.96-102. 102. Receiver System Design Part 9 - Receiver System Dynamic 18. Elektromagnetische Vertrglichkeit (EMV); Karl-Heinz Range; Dave Adamy; JED, March. 2007, Vol.30, No.6, S.47Gonschorek & Anton Kohling; Physik in unserer Zeit, 19. 49. Jahrgang, Mai 1988, Nr.3, S.80-91. 103. Technology survey: Sampling of RWR/ESM/ELINT Receivers; 19. EMI shielding of composite materials; Frank Marella; DE, Ollie Holt; JED, June 2007, Vol.30, No.6, S.49-55. March. 1990, S.68-71. 20. Ein Modernes EMV-Test-Zentrum; Klaus Ruffing; EMV Journal, Vol.2, Bd.4, 1991, S.286-291. Empfngerempfindlichkeit 21. EMV-Metechnik von A-Z; X. Sutter & A. Gerstner; Franzis, 1. Introduction to Electronic Warfare; D. Curtis Schleher, Ph. Poing, 1994. D.; Artech House Inc., Norwood, MA, 1986, S.427. 2. EW101 A First Course in Electronic Warfare; David Adamy; 22. EMI test receiver evaluates 9 kHz to 2.75 GHz - Product of Tektronix, Beaverton, OR; Jack Browne - Associate Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 2001. Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)10, S.138,140. 3. Receiver System Design Part 8 - Receiver System 23. Minimize EMI effects in wireless circuits; M.A. Halim - SR Sensitivity; David Adamy; JED, Feb. 2007, Vol.30, No.2, Telecom, Ontario, Canada; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)2, S.70-72. S.54-62. 24. Making EMI-radiated emissions measurements; Dennis EMV, Elektromagnetische Vertrglichkeit - EMI, Handlon - Agilent Technologies, Santa Rosa, CA; EMC, RFI Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)4, S.49-57. 1. A modern Receiving System approach to EMI, EMC, 25. Elektromagnetische Felder von Senderanlagen exakt TEMPEST measurements; K. Bach; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.2, erfassen - Portables System fr EMV-Messungen R&S TSNo.6, Nov./Dec. 1975. EMF; J. Kauscher & B. Rohowsky; R+S, Heft 177(2003/I), 2. Taking the Guesswork out of RFI Measurements; Gunther S.29-31. Sorger; MSN, November 1980, S.47-55. 3. EMV-Meplatz im Frequenzbereich 10 kHz - 400 MHz; EMV-Antennen - EMC Antennas Mikrowellenmagazin, Heft 4/81, S.506. 1. Using Antennas to measure the strength of electric fields 4. TEM Test Cell Boasts Various EMC Applications; MSN, April near equipment; Martin Alexander; Compliance 1982, S.121, 124. Engineering, European Edition, 2000 Annual Reference 5. Filtering connectors meet the challenges of EMI; Thomas Guide, September 2000, S. 22-31. 3 Howell; NATO C , IFF, and EW being updated; DE, May 2. Katalog, EMV-Messtechnik, Rohde & Schwarz (R+S), PD 1982, S.93-97. 0757.2350.11, S. 26-28. 6. Shielding barriers block elektromagnetic waves, Part 1: EMI Shielding; Peter Grant - EMI, Granford, NJ; Microwaves, Entfernungsmessung 21(1982)6, S.97-98. 7. Emitter/Susceptor profiles predict proper Shielding, Part 2; 1. 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12. Holistic system design maximizes Night Vision device performance; Len Bjork, et al.; ME/C, Vol.9, No.2, February 1983, S.34-39. 13. Infrared Optics for military electronics systems requite high-quality optical coatimgs; M. Specile & F. Zmarzly; ME/C, Vol.9, No.2, February 1983, S.43-45. 14. Electro-Optic and Infrared Sensors; J.J. May, Jr., & M.E. Van Zee -General Dynamics; MWJ, September 1983, S.121-131. 15. Electro-Optics on the modern battlefield; J. Gaspar & H. Soffer -Varo Electro-Optics; DE, October 1986, S.139-153. 16. A sampling of EO/IR Systems; Don Herskovitz - Technology; JED, February 1999, S.53-57. 17. EO/IR, Part 1 - The EO/IR Spectrum - EW101 Tutorial; Dave Adamy; JED, March 2001, S.68-69. 18. EO/IR, Part 2 - IR guided Missiles - EW101 Tutorial; Dave Adamy; JED, April 2001, S.64-65. 19. EO/IR, Part 3 - Infrared Linescanners - EW101 Tutorial; Dave Adamy; JED, May 2001, S.74-75. 20. EO/IR, Part 4 - Infrared Imagery and IRST - EW101 Tutorial; Dave Adamy; JED, June 2001, S.70-71. 21. EO/IR, Part 5 -Night Vision devices - EW101 Tutorial; Dave Adamy; JED, July 2001, S.66-67. 22. EO/IR, Part 6 - Laser Target Designator - EW101 Tutorial; Dave Adamy; JED, August 2001, S.60-61. 23. Nachsichttechnik - Infrarot-Sensorik; Arnulf Wallrabe; Vieweg, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, August 2001. 24. EO/IR, Part 7 - IR Countermeasures - EW101 Tutorial; Dave Adamy; JED, September 2001, S.66-67. 25. Whats new in EO/IR Countermeasures; Kenneth B. Sherman; JED, November 2001, S.49-51. 26. EC Monitor: USAF begins work on next-generation EO/IR Countermeasures; Brendan P. Rivers; JED, September 2002, S.25. 27. Trends elektro-optischer Sensoren; Dr. Hubertus Haan Zeiss Optronik GmbH; Wehrtechnischer Report 1/2004, Februar 2004, Report Verlag, Bonn & Frankfurt a/M, S.4143. 28. Passive optronische Flugkrper-Warnsensoren - Flugzeuge und Hubschrauber besser schtzen; Bernd Uwira; wt, I/2004, S.116-117. 29. All-seeing eyes-in-the-sky; Michael J Gething; Air International. April 2005, S.52-55.

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Wt-Gesprch mit Gerhard Schemp - Vorsitzender der Geschftsfhrung der ESG Elektronik- und Logistik -GmbH; wt III/1999, S.90-91. Le Bourget 2001: Die erste groe Leistungsschau der Luftfahrt im neuen Jahrtausend; Peter Preyloswski; SuT, August 2001, S.26-34. ESG auf Erfolgkurs; wt II/2002, S.29. Firmenbroschre: Systementwicklung, Avionik fr Flugzeuge; 1EFE-DD-0011-04.02.


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ESM => Elektronische Untersttzungsmanahmen Ethernet


Bussysteme, Parallele und Serielle Bussysteme in Theorie und Praxis; Georg Frber (Hrsg.); Oldenburg Verlag, Mnchen, Wien, 1984. PC-Lexikon; Hans Herbert Schulze; Rowohlt Taschenbuch Verlag GmbH, Reinbek bei Hamburg, August 1993. Computer Lexikon - Fachwrterbuch, Ausgabe 2002; Microsoft Press Deutschland, Unterschleiheim, 2001.

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Eurocontrol
Http://www.eurocontrol.int

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Eurocopter
Eurocopter - a world-class helicopter manufacturer; Brian Walters; Air International, June 1999, S.342-346. Eurocopter, The old Continent scores worldwide success; Rene J Francillon; Air International, June 2002, S.366-370. Eurocopter Puma/Super Puma/Cougar; Typenblatt; SuT, August 2002, S.51-52. Eurocopter ist weltweit grter Hubschrauber-Hersteller; Peter Pletschacher; Fliegerkalender - Internationales Jahrbuch der Luft- und Raumfahrt 2005, Verlag E.S. Mitter & Sohn, Hamburg, Berlin, Bonn, S.31-33.

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Eurofighter Typhoon, EFA, EF 2000

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Http://www.eurofighter.com Technologieschub fr 1.3 Milliarden DM? Das europische Jagdflugzeug der 90er Jahre in der Krise; Dr. Klaus Jansen Editorial; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.11, No.4, 1985, S.311. EOB, Electronic Order of Battle 3. The EFA takes off; Kenneth R. Timmerman; DE, September The Electronic Battlefield, The US Army Doctrine for the 1987, S.95-104+128. Electronic Battlefield; Special Report, DE, June 1979, S.44- 4. Green Light for EFA; Roy Braybrook; Air International, 62. Vol.35, No.3, September 1988, S.147-155. U.S. Army NTC advances realism in Battalion-Level training; 5. Europes new Fighters; Kenneth R. Timmerman; DE, May J.W. OKeefe & Karla Frandson; DE, June 1982, S.52-59. 1989, S.61-65. AirLand battle 2000 takes the offensive using high 6. The Electronics of Europe's new Fighters; Don Parry; DE, technology; David M. Russel; DE, June 1982, S.60-70. Vol.22, No.5, May 1990, S.51-54 . 7. Avionics for European Fighter Aircraft; M.J.G.; DE, August EO-Empfnger 1992, S.42-43. 8. Avionics; Unterlagen von Daimler-Benz Aerospace (DASA), 01/96 (Ma). EP-3E Aries 9. Airborne Systems; Unterlagen von Daimler-Benz Aerospace Secretive Orion EP-3E Aries II; Martin Streetly; Air (DASA), 05/97 (Ma). International, September 2004, S.31-38. 10. GEC-Marconi tow decoy tested on Eurofighter; defensive EW system tests to follow; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, Vol.147, ESA, European Space Agency No.17, October 27, 1997, S.85. Http://www.esa.int 11. A new approach to Missile Warning; Bill Sweetman; JED, October 1998, S.41-48, 78. ESG 12. Ein Jagdflugzeug fr die Luftwaffe; Manfred Http://www.esg.de Schmmelfelder; Beitrag in Das europische Jagdflugzeug

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Eurofighter, Report Verlag GmbH, Bonn und Frankfurt a/M, D46892, 6/98, S.9-10. Das Eurofighter-Programm; Rolf Schreiber; Beitrag in Das europische Jagdflugzeug Eurofighter, Report Verlag GmbH, Bonn und Frankfurt a/M, D46892, 6/98, S.11-15. Classics compared - Hawker Hunter and Eurofighter Typhoon; Jon Lake; Air International, March 1999, S.164175. Luftfahrzeuge und Luftfahrtgertetechnik [BWB, Abteilung LG]; SuT, 12/1999, S.731-740. Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; Gerhard Hubatschek (Hrsg.); Report Verlag, 1999, S.114. Eurofighter EF-2000; N. Sgarlato & R. Haueter; Airforce, Special, Militrluftfahrt heute, No.1, 2000-01, S.35-41. Flugzeug-Katalog 2000, Militrflugzeuge; Eurofighter F2000 Typhoon. GeraNova Verlag, Mnchen. Moderne Kampfflugzeuge; Thomas Bttig; Mittler, Hamburg-Berlin-Bonn, 2000, S.66. ILA 2000, Berlin-Brandenburg: Fachtagungen des Rstungsbereiches; Peter Preylowski - Redakteur, Oberst a.D.; SuT, 2/2000, S.100-102. Fighter EW, the next generation; Bill Sweetman; JED, July 2000, S.41-47. Luftfahrzeuge und Luftfahrtgertetechnik, die Abteilung LG; Eurofighter 2000; wt, IV/2000, S.152. Das Eurofighter-Radar sieht alles; dan; EADS-Magazin, Mforum, Mai 2001, S.4-7. Die Rolle des Eurofighter in der zuknftigen Luftwaffe; Horst Klgel; SuT, Juni 2001, S.25-33. Eurofighter plays Its hand; Bill Sweetman; JED, June 2001, S.49-52. Die ersten Eurofighter-Staffeln und -Geschwader in vier Nationen; Folkhard Oelewein; EADS-Magazin: Mforum, Juli 2001, S.18-20. Eurofighter, Ein Status-Bericht; Peter Preylowski; SuT, Juli 2001, S.52-53. EC Monitor: New passive IR Missile Warner unveiled; Hal Gershanoff; JED, August 2001, S.35. Der Eurofighter: Kompetenz bei Luftverteidigungssystemen - Durchstzungsfhig auf hchster Ebene; Beitrag in der EADS-Broschre Militrflugzeuge: Sicherheit hat Zukunft; 08/2001. Eurofighter Take-off ins 21. Jahrhundert; EADS Technische Unterlage: 21 40 09/2001. Self-Protection selected for German Eurofighters; European Report; JED, November 2001, S.19. st Eurofighter Typhoon - Air Power for the 21 Century; Technische Unterlage von Eurofighter International, Buckingham Gate, London, 2001. Eurofighter - Zur Lage des Programms; Erhard Heckmann; wt, I/2002, S.31Electronic Warfare goes stealthy; Alan Dawes; Air International, February 2002, S.106-110. Eurofighter Partners draft development route map; D. Barrie (Warton); AW&ST, April 29, 2002, S.71. Neue Etappe - Erste Eurofighter-serienflugzeuge fertig gestellt; Karl Schwarz; FLUGREVUE, Mai 2002, S.32-35. Eurofighter Boost; AFM, June 2002, S.4-5. Eurofighter ready to storm into service; Dave Allport; Air International, June 2002, S.353-364. Eurofighter edges toward service entry; Douglas Barrie; AW&ST, June 17, 2002, S.58-61. Eye of the Storm; Bill Sweetman; JED, July 2002, S.61-63. Data Fusion - H periptosi (Der Fall) Eurofighter; Panos Spagopoulos; Amyntika Themata, Juni 2002, S.68-79.

42. sterreich whlt Eurofighter; Karl Schwarz; FLUGREVUE, September 2002, S.60-64. 43. 2002 Show Guide - Eurofighter; Farnborough International 2002; The official souvenir programme; Published on behalf of SBAC by Key Exhibitions Ltd, Stamford, S.14. 44. Survival of the fittest; Farnborough International 2002; The official souvenir programme; Published on behalf of SBAC by Key Exhibitions Ltd, Stamford, S.52-57. 45. Projektabteilung LUFT: Projekt/Projektgruppe Eurofighter; SuT, Dezember 2002, S.38-39. 46. Stealth, Unsichtbare Flugzeuge, Tuschen und Tarnen in der Luft; Doug Richardson; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2002. 47. Typhoon: Europes finest; George March; PBI Media, L.L.C., June 2003.[http://www.defensedaily.com] 48. Formidable Fighters into service; AFM; June 2003, S.37-48. 49. Eurofighter - Endmontage luft auf Hochtouren; Daniela Bommer; PLANET AEROSPACE, 3/2003, Juli-AugustSeptember, S.46-48. 50. Europisches Kampfflugzeug erhlt Typenzulassung Eurofighter vor Truppeneinsatz; Rainer Schmid; FLIEGERREVUE, 8/2003, S.28-30. 51. Viernationale Typenzulassung fr den Eurofighter; PP; SuT, August 2003, S.40-43. 52. Eurofighter Typhoon: Design, Developmentm Production, In Service, Weapons; Published in association with AirForces Monthly & Air International; 60-seitiges Sonderheft in der Air International, Ausgabe Januar 2004. 53. Zeitenwechsel - Neue Radare fr die neuen Kampfflugzeuge; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Februar 2004, S.72-76. 54. RAF Typhoon progress; Jon Lake; AFM, May 2004, S.20-24. 55. Eurofighter nimmt Flugbetrieb auf; Rainer Schmid; FLIEGERREVUE, Juni 2004, S.26-28. 56. Eurofighter fliegt in Laage; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2004, S.11. 57. Wehrtechnik-Spezial: Eurofighter; Verlagsgruppe Mnch, Koblenz-Bonn, 2004. 58. Selbstschutz fr die fliegenden Waffensysteme der Luftwaffe; Gnter May; wt IV/2004, S.80-82 59. Multi-role Typhoon; Jon Lake; Air International, February 2005, S.48-51. 60. Typhoon arises; Michael Fiszer; JED, September 2005, S.4653. 61. Typhoon Factory - Eurofighter-Endmontage in Manching; Alexis von Croy, Planet aerospace, 2/2006, S.4-11. 62. Luftwaffe: Material- und Ausrstungsplanung; Markus Schetilin - Luftwaffe; Strategie und Technik, Mai 2006, S.2027. 63. Zum Luftkampf in die Kugel - Simulatoren fr das Eurofighter-Training; FLUG REVUE, Oktober 2007, S.44-49.

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EuroGrid
Eurogrid fr Tiger; wt II/2002, S.34-35.

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EuroHawk
Euro Hawk als Atlantic-Nachfolger; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2003, S.73. Hochfliegender Horchposten; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Januar 2004, S.64-67. Falkenauge sieht alles; Karl-Friedrich Weitzel; wt IV/2003, S.113-119. Anzeige von Rohde & Schwarz: SIGINT Ausstattung fr den Euro Hawk; wt IV/2003, S.117.

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Global Hawk - Falkenauge im Dienst fr Europa; Berndt v. Mitzlaff; PLANET AEROSPACE, 1/2004, Jan.-Feb.-Mrz, S.2629. Premiere fr den Eurohawk; FLIEGERREVUE Spezial, 7/2004, S.29. Goodbye U-2?; Anthony Tucker-Jones; Air International, September 2004, S.58-61. Luftwaffe: Material- und Ausrstungsplanung; Markus Schetilin - Luftwaffe; Strategie und Technik, Mai 2006, S.2027.

13. MMW ready to roll; David Hughes, Hampton, VA; AW&ST, November 28, 2005, S.62-63. 14. Visible Benefits; Graham Warwick / Washington DC; Flight International, 28 November - 4 December 2006, S.26-28. 15. Electronics with Impact: Top 10 Avionics Innovations; AW&ST, Special Advertising Section, November 20, 2006, S.S1-S6.

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EW-1017A
EW 1017 Superheterodyne DF Receiver; ICH, 9th Ed.,1984, S.132. Loral Electronic Systems; Broschre Electronic Surveillance EW-1017; Yonkers, N.Y. 10704.

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EuroMALE
EuroMALE Garant europischer Souvernitt; Stephane Ferrard; PLANET AEROSPACE, 4/2004, S.42-44.

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Eurotrainer
Aermacchi will den Eurotrainer bauen; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, April 2004, S.47. 2. 1.

EWS
Technische Unterlage von Thomson-CFS (Elancourt, Frankreich), DASA LFK (Mnchen) und DASA Airborne Systems (Ulm): EW Suite for Helicopter, 06/98 (Ma). Asian Aerospace 2002; Michael Puttre; JED, April 2002, S.26-27.

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EVS, Enhanced Vision Systems


Http://www.cmcelectronics.ca Http://www.kollsman.com Http://www.max-viz.com Http://www.rockwellcollins.com Http://thales-avionics.com

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Exciter
W-band exciter delivers fast switching speed; Chuck Oleson - Varian Associates, Santa Clara, CA, & Anthony Archdale, BAe,Military Aircraft, Warton, UK; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)10, S.89-94.

Runway in sight; Frances Fiorino - Washington; AW&ST, January 26, 2004, S.46. 7. Enhanced Vision: Final link in Situational Awareness?; William Reynish; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, January 2004. 8. HUD/EVS: Beyond Infrared; Charlotte Adams; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, August 2004. www.aviationtoday.com 9. Perfekte Sicht bei Nacht und Nebel; Volker K. Thomalla; FLUG REVUE, Mrz 2005, S.40-43. 10. Kopf hoch! Blickfelddarstellung in Airlinern; Sebastian Steinke; FLUG REVUE, September 2005, S.34-35. 11. Virtual VFR is coming; David Hughes, Orlando, FLA; AW&ST, November 28, 2005, S.58-59. 12. Seeing and Believing; David Hughes, Orlando, FLA; AW&ST, November 28, 2005, S.59.

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Exocet
How Exocet sank the HMS Sheffield; David M. Russell; DE, July 1982, S.38-47. Inside the Exocet: Flight of a Sea-Skimmer; D.M.R. Industry News; DE, August 1982, S.46-48. Frances flying fish makes the most of tactical situations; Martha Cosgriff-Martin; ME/C, Vol.9, No.4, April 1983, S.62-64. ICH, 9th Ed.,1984, S.163. AM-39 EXOCET; IECM 2001, S.233. Exocet, Noch mehr Schlagkraft mit Block 3; Stephane Ferrard; PLANET AEROSPACE, 4/2003, Okt.-Nov.-Dez., S.3638.

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F

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

F Band => Frequenzbandbezeichnungen F-4, RF-4 , Phantom II


RF-4E Phantom II - der neue Aufklrer der Luftwaffe; SuT, 3/1971, S.120-125. Moderne Kampfflugzeuge; Thomas Bttig; Verlag Mittler, Hamburg, 2000., S.28. Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; Gerhard Hubatschek (Hrsg), Report Verlag, Frankfurt a/M, 1999, S.130-133. Flugzeuge der Welt, 1999; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1999. Flugzeuge, Die wichtigsten Flugzeugtypen der Welt; Riccardo Nicoli; Kaiser Verlag, Klagenfurt, 2001. Der Jger aus St. Louis; Michael Normann; FLIEGERREVUE, 4/2002, S.24-30. Jolly Rogers last Tomcat cruise; Jon Lake; Air International, January 2005, S.24-28.

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F-15E on track; John Joss; DE, August 1985, S.110-118. Flugzeug-Katalog 2000, Militrflugzeuge; Boeing F-15E Eagle. 4. [1] Heavy Strike in the USAF and V-Vs; Rene J. Francillon; Air International, January 2002, S.28. 5. [2] F-15E Strike Eagle at a crossroads; Robert F. Dorr; AFM, February 2002, S.42. 6. Ein Adler in den besten Jahren; Christian Hauser; FLIEGERREVUE, 10/2002, S.24-27. 7. Liberty EaglesJamie Hunter/KS; Flugrevue, Mrz 2003, S.613. 8. Formidable Fighters into service; AFM; June 2003, S.37-48. 9. Life and times of the F-15E Strike Eagle; Steve Davis; AFM, August 2003, S.46-57. 10. Amercan Eagles; Steve Davis; Air International, April 2004, S.50-55.

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F-15K, Strike Eagle


Adler fr Asien; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Mai 2005, S.3639.

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F-14, Tomcat
Die Grumman F-14A Tomcat; SuT, 3/1971, S.126-127. F-14 adapts to changing threats; L.M.; DE, December 1984, S.81,82. The Navys new electronic look; Scott R. Gourley; DE, June 1990, S.92-97. Northrop Grumman F-14; Flugzeug-Katalog 2000, Militrflugzeuge; GeraNova Verlag, Mnchen. Moderne Kampfflugzeuge; Thomas Bttig; Verlag Mittler, Hamburg, 2000. Flugzeuge; Die wichtigsten Flugzeugtypen der Welt; Riccardo Niccoli; Kaiser Verlag, Klagenfurt, 2001.

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F-16, Fighting Falcon


Westinghouse awarded F-16 Radar; MSN, December 1775 / January 1976, S.11. The F-16 connection; Part I: The Backgrounder; George W. Deskin; EW, July/August 1976, S.83-94. Westinghouse cranks up F-16 Radar; MSN, Aug./Sept. 1976, S.34-36. The F-16 connection; Part II: Marconi-Elliot HUDsight chosen for F-16; George W. Deskin; EW, Sept./Oct. 1976, S.101-107. F-16 - A new era of cooperation; Advertisement; DE, May 1979, S.96A-96X. Will this be the next F-16? David A. Boutacoff; DE, September 1984, S.120-123. F-16 Avionics show evolutionary progress; D.A.B.; DE, December 1984, S.92,93. The search for airborne antenna commonality; Michael Kachmar; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)3, S.35. Technology for tonorrows Air Force; DE, August 1985, S.133-142. USAF plans F-16 upgrade; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)8, S.23. Fighting the Falcon into the 21st Century; Roy Braybrook; Air International, April 1997, S.208-213. ; ; , 1997, . 44-51. Protecting the international F-16 Fleet; Bill Sweetman; JED, June 1999, S.37-43. Moderne Kampfflugzeuge; Thomas Bttig; Verlag Mittler, Hamburg, 2000, S.76-77. Flugzeuge der Welt, 2002; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2000, S.226. Locckheed Martin F-16A/B Fighting Falcon; FlugzeugKatalog 2000, Militrflugzeuge; GeraNova Verlag, Mnchen.

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F-15, Eagle

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

F-15 Eagle proves flexible and lethal in air superiority or strike configurations; J.B.S.; DE, December 1984, S.77,78. 2. Flugzeug-Katalog 2000, Militrflugzeuge; Boeing F-15A/B Eagle; GeraNova Verlag, Mnchen. 3. Flugzeug-Katalog 2000, Militrflugzeuge; Boeing F-15C/D Eagle; GeraNova Verlag, Mnchen. 4. Moderne Kampfflugzeuge; Thomas Bttig; Verlag Mittler, Hamburg, 2000. 5. Flugzeuge; Die wichtigsten Flugzeugtypen der Welt; Riccardo Niccoli; Kaiser Verlag, Klagenfurt, 2001. 6. USAF begins upgrade of F-15 Radars; Robert Wall, Washington; AW&ST, February 11, 2002, S.54. 7. Ein Adler in den besten Jahren; Christian Hauser; FLIEGERREVUE, 10/2002, S.24-27. 8. Fighter band-aid; Robert Wall, Washington; AW&ST, March 3, 2003, S.55-56. 9. American Eagles; Steve Davies; Air International, April 2004, S.50-55. 10. Migrating Eagles F-15 foreign military sales variants; Steve Davies; Air International, May 2004, S.22-27. 11. Boeing F-15 Eagle. FLUG REVUE, Oktober 2007, S.67-70.

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F-15E, Strike Eagle


Production nears for F-15E dual-role Fighter; James B. Scultz; DE, September 1984, S.90-96.

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17. Flugzeuge; Die wichtigsten Flugzeugtypen der Welt; Riccardo Niccoli; Kaiser Verlag, Klagenfurt, 2001. 18. From strength to strength; Rene J Francillon; Air International, January 2001, S.27-38. 19. Die Falcon-Story (I); Michael Normann; FLIEGERREVUE, 4/2003, S.26-30. 20. F-16C/D Block 60 in der Entwicklung - Innere Werte; Karl Schwarz; FLUGREVUE, April 2003, S.52-55. 21. Die Falcon-Story (II); Michael Normann; FLIEGERREVUE, 4/2003, S.30-34. 22. Formidable Fighters into service; AFM; June 2003, S.37-48. 23. Wstenfalke - Neue Lockheed Martin F-16E/F Block 60 flirgt; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Februar 2004, S.47. 24. Wild Weasels: F-105G & F-16CJ; Jon Lake; AIR International, February 2004, S.30-39. 25. Seit 25 Jahren F-16 Falcon - Neue Falken startklar; Christian Hauser; FLIEGERREVUE, 3/2004, S.26-30. 26. Hellenic Air Forces new Falcons; Anthony Tsagaratos; Air International, March 2004, S.26-31.

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F-35 Lightning II, Joint Strike Fighter (JSF)


JSF ... The accountants warplane; Roy Braybrook, Air International, February 1997, S.77-82. Joint Strike Fighter: The future of integrated Avionics; Col. Moke Poore - USAF; JED, January 12, 1998, S.35-39. Lockheed Martin X-35, Joint Strike Fighter - JSF; SuT, Juni 2001, S.37. Testing Time; Graham Warwick ; Flight International, June 2001, S.70-73. The winner takes it all; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Oktober 2001, S.54-59. LockMart Bracing For JSF Transition Phase; Edward H. Phillips; AW&ST, November 19, 2001, S.86. BAE SYSTEMS move forward with JSF EW; EC Monitor Brendan P. Rivers; JED, November 2001, S.30. Joint Strike Fighter Team - Building the 21st Century Multirole Fighter; Supplement/Beilage von AW&ST, December 17, 2001, 46 Seiten. Flugzeuge der Welt 2001; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2001. JSF key to future fighter markets; Richard Aboulafia, Teal Group; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book; January 14, 2002, S.19-21. Siegertyp F-35; Karl Schwarz; FLUGREVUE, Januar 2002, S.58-59. Digital bloodlines make JSF a different breed; Michael Mecham, Fort Worth; AW&ST, January 28, 2002, S.54-58. Electronic Warfare goes stealthy; Alan Dawes; Air International, February 2002, S.105-110. Lockheed Martin gewann den JSF-Wettbewerb; Erhard Heckmann; wt, I/2002, S.116-117. Flieger-Kalender 2003, Mittler & Sohn GmbH, Hamburg, Berlin, Bonn, 24. Jahrgang (August) 2002: Kampfjet frs 21. Jahrhundert; Alain Berger; S.84-93. F-35 cockpit targets information integration; David M. North, Arlington, VA; AW&ST, August 19, 2002, S.52-53. JSF set to redefine training philisophy; Robert Wall, Washington; AW&ST, August 19, 2002, 53-56. F-35 faces aggressive flight test programm; Edward H. Philips, Port Worth; AW&ST, August 19, 2002, S.56-58. JSF - Global Fighter; Farnborough International, 2002, The Official Souvernir Programme; Published on behalf of SBAC by Key Exhibitions Ltd, Stamford, UK, September 2002, S. 64-76.

20. Jamming role given to F-22, F-35, MC2A; David A. Fulghum, Washington; AW&ST, November 2002, S.32. 21. Neuer Standard - F-35-Entwicklungsprogramm luft auf vollen Touren; Karl Schwarz; FLUGREVUE, Mai 2003, S.5459. 22. Formidable Fighters into service; AFM; June 2003, S.37-48. 23. JSF Sensor Fusion; Edward H. Philips - Forth Worth; AW&ST, February 16, 2004, S.28-30. 24. The power of versatility; James Ott - Evendale, Ohio; AW&ST, March 7, 2005, S.48-49. 25. Stck-Werk - Lockheed Martin F-35 in der Fertigung; Karl Schwarz, FLUG REVUE, April 2005, S.56-59. 26. F-35 Integrated Sensor Suite: Lethal Combination; David Jensen; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, October 2005. 27. F-35 Electronic Warfare Suite: More than Self-Protection; Ron Sherman; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, April 2006. 28. F-35 Sensor Systems Maturity; Edward H. Phillips/Fort Worth; AW&ST, November 27, 2006, S.28-29. 29. JSF Poised to move Ahead; AW&ST Special Advertising Section, November 27, 2006, S.S1-S18.

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F-117 Nighthawk
The Worlds Great Stealth and Reconnaissance Aircraft; Aerospace Publishing, 1991. Lockheed Martin F-117, Part 1 - Under the skin of the Black jet; Jon Lake; Air International; August 1998, S.93-99. Lockheed Martin F-117, Part 2 - Under the skin of the Black jet; Jon Lake; Air International; September 1998, S.154-159. Moderne Kampfflugzeuge; Thomas Bttig; Verlag Mittler, Hamburg, 2000, S.81. Flugzeuge, Die wichtigsten Flugzeugtypen der Welt; Riccardo Niccoli; Kaiser, Klagenfurt, 2001, S.141. Lockheed Martin F-117A Nighthawk; FLUGREVUE, Mai 2003, S.67-70.

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F/A-18 A/B, C/D Hornet

9. 10.

11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

16. 17. 18. 19.

F/A-18 Strike Fighter Aircraft; Countermeasures, April 1977, S.6,41,50,52,71. 2. F-18 Naval Strike Fighter Fleets benefits; Capt. C.W. Lenox, USN F-18 Project Manager; Countermeasures, April 1977, S.63. 3. Multiple role Radar designed for F/A-18; Robert E. White Hughes Aircraft; DE, January 1980, S.44-47. 4. Versatile F/A-18 Hornet performs Fighter and Attack Missions; J.F.J.; DE, December 1984, S.71-74. 5. The Navys new electronic look; Scott R. Gourley; DE, June 1990, S.92-97. 6. New F/A-18 EW suite encounters large cost rise, but small delay; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.47-49. 7. F/A-18 weighed as EA-6B follow-on; Bruce D. Noedwall; AW&ST, November 15, 1999, S.81-82. 8. Schweizer Hornissen, F/A-18 Hornet, made in Switzerland; Roger Haueter; Airforce, special, Militrluftfahrt heute; GeraNova Verlag, Mnchen; No.1, 2000-01, S.17-23. 9. Flugzeug-Katalog 2000, Militrflugzeuge; Boeing F/A-18A/B Hornet; GeraNova Verlag, Mnchen. 10. Moderne Kampfflugzeuge; Thomas Bttig; Verlag Mittler, Hamburg, 2000. 11. Flugzeuge der Welt, 2001; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2001. 12. Flugzeuge; Die wichtigsten Flugzeugtypen der Welt; Riccardo Niccoli; Kaiser Verlag, Klagenfurt, 2001.

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13. Operational ATARS; Ted Carison - Fotodynamics; AFM, May 18. F/A-22 production rate sliced in budget move; David A. 2002, S.78-82. Fulghum, Washington; AW&ST, January 13, 2003, S.40514. Super Hornets strike; Tim Ripley; AFM, January 2003, S.26406. 28. 19. Classics compared: F-86 Sabre & F/A-22 Raptor; Air International, February 2003, S.31-40. 20. Roche on warpath - USAF secretary threatens to kill F/A-22 F/A-18E/F Super Hornet Programm if problems are not solverd; David A. Fulghum, 1. Moderne Kampfflugzeuge; Thomas Bttig; Verlag Mittler, Orlando, FLA; AW&ST, March 3, 2003, S.56-57. Hamburg, 2000. 2. Flugzeug-Katalog 2000, Militrflugzeuge; Boeing F/A-18E/F 21. Formidable Fighters into service; AFM, June 2003, S.37-48. 22. Lockheed Martin F/A-22 Raptor im Truppenversuch - die Super Hornet;GeraNova Verlag, Mnchen. Stunde der Wahrheit; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2004, 3. Flugzeuge der Welt, 2001; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch S.44-48. Verlag, Stuttgart, 2001. 23. Raptor: Right or Wrong; ec monitor; JED, August 2004, 4. More sting in the tail; Jon Lake; Air International, April S.14-16. 2001, S.221-228. 24. Http://www.f22-raptor.com, Datum: 28. August 2004. 5. Sticht die Super Hornet; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, 25. AIAA Advertisment in AW&ST, September 6, 2004, S.7. September 2001, S.54. 26. Air Dominance with the F-22 Raptor; Avionics Magazine, 6. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 14, 2002, S.200. Special Report, 2003 (?). 7. F/A-18E/F Radar upgrade readied; Robert Wall; AW&ST, December 23, 2002, S.57. 8. Larger Pentagon budget boosts select technologies; Robert FA-Radar => Frequenzagiles Radar Wall; AW&ST, February 10, 2003, S.62-63. 9. Super Hornet at sea; Robert Wall - USS Abraham Lincoln in Fackel, Flares the Persian Gulf; AW&ST, March 17, 2003, S.46-47. 1. Fooled you! The art of off-board ECM protection; Don 10. Formidable Fighters into service; AFM; June 2003, S.37-48. Herskovitz - Technology; JED, August 1999, S.35-40. 11. Stacking the deck - Neither nimble nor quick, the Super 2. Aircraft gain upper hand over RF missiles, for now; Bruce D. Hornet is a jack-of-all-trades; Bill Sweetman; JED, February Nordwall; AW&ST, November 15, 1999, S.42. 2004, S.30-37. 3. Flares will do more than just burn and float down; Bruce D. Nordwall; AW&ST, November 15, 1999, S.87. F/A-22 Raptor 4. Patterns of protection - Expendable countermeasures offer 1. Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor; Supplement, Air dependable defense; Michael Puttre; JED, August 2001, International, December 1998, S.I-XVI. S.4852. 2. First F-22 EW System delivered; Kernan Chaisson - EC 5. Advertisment von Lacroix Pyrotronics, France: EMBOW Monitor; JED, May 1999, S.27-28. trials held in March 2002 in Biscarosse (France); JED, 3. Lockheed Martin/Boeing F-22 Raptor; Flugzeug-Katalog October 2002, S.22. 2000, Militrflugzeuge; GeraNova Verlag, Mnchen. 4. Moderne Kampfflugzeuge; Thomas Bttig; Mittler, FADEC, Full Authority Digital Engine Control Hamburg, 2000. System 5. Air Force Special - Militrfuftfahrt heute, No.2; GeraNova 1. Intelligenz-Leistung - Digitale Triebwerkssteuerungen; Zeitschriftenverlag GmbH, Mnchen, 2000-2. Patrick Hoeveler; FLUG REVUE, April 2005, S.82-85. 6. Fighter EW, The Next Generation; Bill Sweetman; JED, July 2. Hightech im Schuhkartonformat; Patrick Hoeveler; Report, 2000, S.41-47. MTU Aero Engines, Winter 2005 / Frhling 2006, S.8-9. 7. Raptor rising; Bill Sweetman; JED, September 2001, S.4649. FADS, Flush Air Data System 8. Grnes Licht fr F-22 Raptor; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, 1. 24 Grad Anstellwinkel im ESTOL-Modus; Wolfram Wolf; Oktober 2001, S.62. Mforum, Juni 2003, S.4-5. 9. Flugzeuge der Welt, 2001; Claudio Mller, Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2001. 10. Electronic Warfare goes stealthy; Alan Dawes; Air International, February 2002, S.105-110. 11. F-22 Raptor; Daniel Jorns; AirForce Special, 2002-02, S.3241. 12. F/A-22 Raptor Team; AW&ST Market Supplement, September 30, 2002, S.39-44 (S1-S6). 13. Jamming role given to F-22, F-35, MC2A; David A. Fulghum, Washington; AW&ST, November 4, 2002, S.32. 14. Cost problems embroil F/A-22; Robert Wall, Washington; AW&ST, November 18, 2002, S.34. 15. F/A-22 management fired; Other programs in trouble; Robert Wall, Washington; AW&ST, November 25, 2002, S.29. 16. F/A-22 fires sidewinder; AW&ST, December 2, 2002, S.34. 17. Cost surge triggers F/A-22 production cut; Robert Wall, Washington; AW&ST, December 16, 2002, S.40.

1.

Falscher Alarm, Falschalarmzeit


Introduction to Radar Systems; Merrill I. Skolnik; International Student Edition, McGraw-Hill, 1983.

1.

Falschalarmwahrscheinlichkeit
Introduction to Radar Systems; Merrill I. Skolnik; International Student Edition, McGraw-Hill, 1983.

1. 2.

Falschzielgenerator
Principles of Electronic Warfare; Robert J. Schlesinger; Peninsula Publishing, Los Altos, CA, 1961. W.E. Ayer: Kapitel 15, 'Radar ECM Repeaters and Transponders' in "Electronic Countermeasures" von Boyd/Harris- King/Welch (Editors), Peninsula Publishing, Los Altos, CA, 1978.

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2.

3. 4.

Einfhrung verbesserter und umweltvertrglicher Enteisungs- und Vereisungsschutzmittel; Heribert Lindinger; SuT, 2/199, S.100-102. 2. Faserverbundwerkstoffe fr Luftfahrzeuge - Eigenschaften und Nutzungsaspekte; Michael Hengst - Materialamt der Luftwaffe; SuT 5/1999, S.306-311. Dreidimensionale Faserverbundwerkstoffe; Thomas Kretschmer, Dr. - Frauenhofer-Institut; SuT, 4/2000, S.232. Carbon-Fibre colossus - Hexcels composite technologies 1. for the A380; Advertorial, PlanetAeroSpace, 4/2004 Okt.Nov.-Dez., S.7. 2.

Smith/Carpentier Volume 1; Chapman & Hall, Bradford, 1993. Peter Pauli: 'Bauelemente der Mikrowellentechnik', Kap. 3, in "Mikrowellentechnik" von Ks/Pauli; Franzis-Verlag, Mnchen, 1991.

Fernmeldeaufklrung, FmAufkl Communications Intelligence, COMINT


COMINT/SIGINT, our first line of defense; Terry Bibbens & Julian Lake; Countermeasures, March 1977, S.18,38,48,63. Digitized, synthesized secure voice on ist way to battlefield; D.P. Fulghum; DE, June 1979, S.65-70. Tactical Intelligence is key to the AirLand battle scenario; Scott R. Gourley; DE, February 1988, S.43-53. Introduction to Electronic Warfare; P. M. Grant, et al.; IEE PROC., Vol.129, Pt. F, No.3, June 1982, S.113-132. SAW filters form precise COMINT analyzer; Pascal Gabet Thomson-Sintra, Valbonne Cedex, France; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)3, S.102-105. Identify, Locate, and Exploit; Anzeige von Zeta/Sierra Networks Inc., in JED, December1997, S.11. Airborne surveillance, big and small; Zachary Lum; JED, December1997, S.43-47,73. COMINT goes to cell hell; Zachary Lum; JED, June 1998, S.35-41. Fernmeldetechnik und Elektronik, die Abteilung FE; wt IV/2000, S.172-187. Mobile Fernmeldeaufklrung; Bernd Lohnert; SuT, Mrz 2001, S.60. Luftgesttzte signalerfassende Aufklrung; Hubert Wenzl & Jrg Deinert - Oberstleutnants; SuT, November 2002, S.5557. Zuknftige Ausrstung fr nationale Aufklrung; Christina Meier-Ewert, C. Plath GmbH, Hanburg; SuT, April 2003, S.12-14. Die Strategische Aufklrung in der Bundeswehr; Strategische Aufklrung warum und wozu; Jrgen Oppelmann; wt II/2004, S.24-34.

1.

Fast Fourier Transform


A real-time FFT processor for Radar; A. Costanzi, et.al. (Selenia); AGARD-CCP-197, New Devices, Techniques and Systems in Radar, June 1976, S.11-1/11-7. Messtechnische Anwendungen der schnellen FourierTransformation (FFT); Seyed Ali Azizi; NTZ Bd.34 (1981) Hefte 3, 4, und 5. FFT Background; Infobox, MSN, January 1989, S.31.

3. 4. 5.

2.

3.

6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

1.

FAUST
Software-basiertes Gefechtsfhrungssystem FAUST untersttzt Friedensmission der Bundeswehr; WB; SuT, Mrz 2003, S.5. Gefechtsfeldfhrungssystem FAUST; Peter Brendel (EADS Dornier GmbH), Klaus Eiselen (Baudirektor, BWB), Harald Kuhl (Oberstleutnant); SuT, Juli 2003, S.33-36.

2.

1. 2.

FBL, Fly-by-Light
Erstmals fliegt Hubschrauber mit Fly-by-LightFlugsteuerung; E.H.; wt, I/2002, S.132. Hubschauber - Fly-by-Light und Bausatz mit Turbine; Lutz Buchmann; FLIEGERREVUE, 4/2002, S.10-13.

12.

1. 2.

FBW, Fly-by-Wire
X-29 tests potential advanced Fighter designs - Fighter Design; David A. Boutacoff; DE, April 1985, S.53-62. Cockpit-Instrumente; Peter Bachmann; Band 9 in Privatpiloten Bibliothek, Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1998. Foreplanes - Foremost or should the tail wag the dog? Neville Beckett; Air International, May 1999, S.309-315.

13.

1.

Fernmeldesysteme
Internationale Zusammenarbeit - Vorhaben der Heeresrstung; B. Gellermann & H. Brandt; SuT, 1/1999, S.9-14.

3.


1.

FCS => Flugfhrungssystem FCS, Future Combat System


Fort Bliss selected to test FCS; Penton Military Electronics, February 2006.

1.

Ferrite
Ferrites control Microwave energy; F. J. Rosenbaum Central Microwave ; MDSH, Vol. 13, No.12, November 1983, S.153-167.


1.

FFT => Fast Fourier Transform FFT-SA


Spektrumanalyse; Werner Schnorrenberg; Vogel Fachbuch Messtechnik, Wrzburg, 1990.

1.

FDMA, Frequency Division Multiple Access


Taschenbuch der Hochfrequenztechnik, Band 3, Systeme; Meinke - Gundlach; Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1992.

1.

Fehlererkennung, Fehlerkorrekturverfahren, Error Correction


Reed-Solomon coding for forward error correction; Jerry D. Walker; DE, July 1995, S.22-24.


1. 2.

Fiber Optic Links => Lichtwellenleiter Filter


Specifying Filters and Multiplexers; ICH, 1st Ed.,June 1975/76, S.307-308. Filter performance degradation caused by source and/or load mismatch; ICH, 1st Ed., June 1975/76, S.309-310.

1.

Feld-Effekt-Transistor
P. Briere: 'Microwave Transistors', Chapter 13 in "The Microwave Engineering Handbook", Ed. by

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4. 5. 6.

7. 8. 9. 10.

11.

12. 13.

14.

15.

16.

17. 18.

19. 20.

21.

Selectivity, Delay and Insertion Loss characteristics of various Microwave Filters; ICH, 1st Ed., June 1975/76, S.311-312. Six Eras Comprise Filter Development; Ralph Levy; MSN, January 1980, S.73-83. KWE, The Comlete Filter Technology Company; Beilage von KW Engineering Inc. 1983 in MSN, August 1983. Understanding Filters and Multiplexers; H.L. Schumacher Microphase; MDSH, Vol. 13, No.12, November 1983, S.168180. Filters and Multiplexers designed for ESM applications; J. E. Dean - Filtronic; MSN&CT, October 1986, S.97-104. Filters and Multiplexers designed for ESM applications; J. E. Dean - Filtronic; MSN&CT, November 1986, S.123-1131. Designing active Filters (CAD/CAE); Steven L. Maddy - RLM Research; MSN&CT, March 1988, S.64-66. Determining Bandwidth ratios for Chebyshev Bandpass Filters; Onnig Shahan - Systron Donner; MSN&CT, July 1988, S.72-74. Switchable Filter Bank covers 500 to 8000 MHz in one compact unit; Salisbury Engineering Product; MSN, February 1989, S.52-53. Principles of Filter design; Randall W. Rhea - Circuit Busters; MSN, June 1989, S.57-61. Matched bandpass filter screens radar IF signals; N. Krausse, R. Ecker & B. Hohm - DASA, Sensor Systems, ULM; Microwaves & RF, 35(1996)13, S.121-127. Understand the operation of channelized active filters; Boris Kapilevich - Siberia State Academy of Telecommunications and Informatics, Novosibirsk, Russia; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)1, S.89-92. Interdigital design forms low-cost bandpass filters - Part 1; Giovanni Alessio & Guiseppe Troise - Alenia, Naples, Italy; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)9, S.77-85. Interdigital design forms low-cost bandpass filters - Part 2; Giovanni Alessio & Guiseppe Troise - Alenia, Naples, Italy; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)10, S.79-83. HTS filter technology - Improving EW system performance; Paul A. Ryan; JED, December1997, S.49-51. Superconducting filters enhance military receiver performance; Gordon Roesler; Gordon Roesler - Booz Allen & Hamilton, Arlington, VA; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)6, S.61-68,76. Mikrowellentechnik - Kap. 2: Filter; Werner Bechtold; Vieweg, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, 1999. Technology fuels firms entry into filter market - Product of Merrimac Industries, West Caldwell, NJ; Jack Browne Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 38(1999)1, S.113-118. RF notch filters are programmable; Theodore A. Coppola Signal Technology, Webster, MA; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)5 S.113-118.

5.

Design tapered finlines using a calculator; P. Pramanick & P. Bhartia - Ontario, Canada; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)6, S.111-114.

1.

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

1.

FITS
FITS Taktiksystem von strategischer Bedeutung; Fernando Ciria; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr.4. Juli-September 2001, S.6063.

1.

Flach-Antennen, Planar-Antennen
Conformal Microstrip Antennas; Robert E. Munson; MJ, March 1988, S. 91-109.

1. 2. 3.

FlakPz Gepard
Firmenprospekt KMW, Mnchen: Das Unternehmen. Die Produkte. Die Konzepte. Flakpanzer Gepard 1 A2/ PRTL - 35 mm GWI Cheetah. Flugabwehrkanonenpanzer Gepard - Deutschniederlndische Modernisierung; Jrgen Erbe; SuT, 1/1999, S.27. Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; S.50-53; Gerhard Hubatschek (Hrsg); Report Verlag, Frankfurt a/M, 1999.

4.

1. 2.

FlaRakPz Roland
Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; Gerhard Hubatschek (Hrsg), Report Verlag, Frankfurt a/M, 1999. Fit fr die Zukunft - Die Rstungsplanungen fr die Flugabwehrraketenverbnde der Luftwaffe; Heinz Wohak Oberst i.G., Luftwaffe; SuT, 2/2000, S.93-99. Das Waffensystem ROLAND - zuverlssig seit 20 Jahren; Peter Streubel; wt III/2000, S.56-59. Roland - Ein europisches Waffensystem mit Zukunft; Peter Streubel; wt, III/2001, S.82-84. 20 Jahre FlaRakPz Roland; Rolf Hilmers; SuT; Juni 2001, S.55-58. Projektabteilung Land-Kampf; Soldat und Technik, Dezember 2004, S.20-21; Projekt K31 Flugabwehr.

3. 4. 5. 6.


1. 2. 3. 4.

Flares => Fackel FLIR, Forward Looking Infrared


A sampling of EO/IR Systems; Don Herskovitz - Technology; JED, February 1999, S.53-57. Optronische Multi-Sensor-Plattformen auf Schiffen; Bernd Naujokat - Oberstleutnant; SuT, 4/1999, S.238-242. Hot pursuit; Michael Puttre; JED, October 2001, S.59-61. Unavoidable fire; Kenneth B. Sherman; JED, October 2001, S.62-65. Nachsichttechnik - Infrarot-Sensorik; Arnulf Wallrabe; Vieweg, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, August 2001. Helicopters on Watch - Advanced FLIR systems are giving US Army helicopters an eyeful; Michael Puttre; JED, February 2003, S.53-55. Neues Wrmebildbeobachtungsgert; Jena-Optronik GmbH; SuT, Februar 2004, S.18-19. Mini-Wrmebildgerte; J. Schubert & A. Wallrabe; SuT, Februar 2007, S.24-25.

1.

Finleitung - Finline

2.

3. 4.

5. Analyse und Entwurf von Finleitungs-Schaltungen, Teil I: Die Berechnung der Eigenwellen; Mikrowellenmagazin; 6. Vol.9, No.2, 1983, S.186-191. Analyse und Entwurf von Finleitungs-Schaltungen, Teil II: Passive Schaltungselemente; Mikrowellenmagazin; Vol.9, 7. No.3, 1983, S.296-306. Ein mm-Wellen-Pulsradar in integrierter Finleitungstechnik; 8. Mikrowellenmagazin; Vol.9, No.3, 1983, S.322-324. Analyse und Entwurf von Finleitungs-Schaltungen, Teil III: Schaltungen mit Halbleiter-Bauelementen; Mikrowellenmagazin; Vol.9, No.4, 1983, S.404-417.

Flugabwehr, Flugabwehrraketensysteme, Flugabwehrstellung


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7.

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12. 13. 14.

Skyguard; SuT, 6/1971, S.346. The Wildcat Air Defense System; Eberhard Skibbe; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.9, No.2, 1983, S.153-155. Fire control on the modern battlefield; Tom Baranauskas; DE, October 1987, S.137-144. The Soviet Army-Artillery and Fire Control; Scott Gourley; DE, January 1989, S.47-58. The Soviet Army - Air Defense and Aviation; Scott Gourley; DE, March 1989, S.100-103. Die Flugabwehrraketenkrfte der Luftwaffe heute und morgen; Ferdinand Mertes & Rdiger Knappe; wt, II/98, S.21-23. Erweiterte Luftverteidigung, Sachstand und Ausblick zur Flugkrper-Abwehr; Dr.-Ing. Karl-Heinz Allgaier - EADS/LFK; SuT, April 2001, S.22-28. Die Flugabwehr des Heeres; Brigadegeneral Dieter Schuster; SuT, Okt. 2002, s.16-22. Rstungsvorhaben der Flugabwehr; Oberstleutnant Helmuth Lehmann; SuT, Okt. 2002, S.25-29. Ein Blick ber den Zaun, Flugabwehr in anderen Lndern; Oberstleutnant H.-W. Patzki; SuT, Okt. 2002, S.31-34. Perspektiven der erweiterten Luftverteidigung; Mario Schfer - Oberstleutnant i.G., Luftwaffe; SuT, Februar 2003, S.34-39. A missile shield for Europe; M.A. Taverna & A. Nativi (Velizy, France); AW&ST, November 17, 2003, S.28-29. Kampf gegen Raketen; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt, I/2005, S.23-29. System Fla: Die Zukunft der Flugabwehr; Hans-Gnther Behrendt; SuT, Februar 2007, S.22-25.

1.

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

1.

Fluginformationsdienst
Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

1.

Fluginformationsgebiet
Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

1.

Fluginformationszentrum
Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Flugkrper - Missiles
Missiles Scoreboard; MSN, September 1977, S.74-79. En route to end game: Strategic Missile guidance; James B. Schultz; DE, September 1984, S.57-63. Microwave technology in Missile guidance; Don Dugdale; DE, May 1986, S.113-120. ICBMs under fire; Critical Programm Reviews; DE, July 1986, S.100-113. Multiplying firepower with Missiles - Tactical Missiles; Jim Coghlan; DE, August 1986, S.99-111. Battle of Missiles; John Fricker; Air International, February 1997, S.100-105. Missiles face murky future; Steven J. Zaloga, Teal Group; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 12, 1998, S.149152. Air Defense Missiles: Recent trends in the threat; Steven J. Zaloga; JED, November 1998, S.37-43. Global markets uneven in missile development; Steven J. Zaloga - Teal Group; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999; S.156-162. Bodengebundene Luftverteidigung vor einer neuen Herausforderung; Heinz-Ulrich Schweitzer Oberstleutnant; SuT, 4/1999, S.227-230. Waffen und Flugkrpersysteme [BWB, Abteilung WF]; SuT, 12/1999, S.763-771. 50 Jahre Infrarot-Luft/Luft-Lenkflugkrper; Georg Meyer Oberst a.D., Luftwaffe; SuT, 1/2000, S.33-35. Lenkflugkrper fr die leichte Flugabwehr; Gerhard Reis Oberstleutnant, Heeresamt Kln; SuT, 10/2000, S.663-667. Waffen und Flugkrpersysteme - die Abteilung WF; wt IV/2000, S.194-207. Facing the Shoulder-fired threat; Michael Puttre; JED, April 2001, S.38-45. Ein neuer Seezielflugkrper fr die Marine; Gerald Heger; wt, II/2001, S.76-83. Precision strike key to US force projection; Steven J. Zaloga, Teal Group; AW&ST Aerospace Sourcw Book, January 14, 2002, S.177-179. Missiles; AW&ST Aerospace Sourcw Book, January 14, 2002, S.180-195. Peril on the sea; Lon Nordeen & Larry Brown; JED, January 2002, S.38-46, 72. LFK-Systeme der Deutschen Marine - Gegenwart und Zukunft; Gerhard Coors - Baudirektor, BWB; SuT, Mai 2002, S.62-65. Russias roving SAMs; M. Fiszer & J. Gruszczynski; JED, July 2002, S.47-56.

1.

Flugalarmdienst
Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

8. 9.

1.

Flugberatungsdienst
Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

10.

1. 2.

Flugdatenschreiber - Flight Data Recorder


Avionics for the Pilot; Joe Johnston; Airlife Publishing Ltd, Shrewsbury, UK, 1998. Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

1.

Flugerprobung
Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

1.

Fluggeschwindigkeit
Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

17.

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Flugfhrungssystem - Flight Control System, FCS 18.


X-29 tests potential advanced Fighter designs - Fighter Design; David A. Boutacoff; DE, April 1985, S.53-62. Fundamentals of airliner design - Part 7, Stability and Control 1; Ray Whitford; Air International, February 2002, S.111-116. Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004. 19. 20.

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Flughafen

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1. 2.

Cockpit Instrumente; Privatpiloten Bibliothek, Band 9; Peter Bachmann; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart; 1998. Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

1.

Flugplatz
Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

1.

Flugregler
Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Flugkrper-Lenkverfahren - Missile Guidance Systems


Guided Missile ECM/ECCM; Stephen L. Johnston - Intern. Radar Directory, Huntsville; MJ, September 1978, S.20-26. Missile Guidance; DE, July 1986, S.111-113. Guidance Systems advance in Air-Launched Missiles; Paul R. Jaszka; DE, April 1989, S.46-44. A Missile Guidance primer; James W. Rawles; DE, May 1989, S.56-58. 50 Jahre Infrarot-Luft/Luft-Lenkflugkrper; Georg Meyer Oberst a.D., Luftwaffe; SuT, 1/2000, S.33-35. An overview of EW threats; EW101 - Dave Adamy; JED, October 2001, S.76-77. EW threats, Part 2 - Frequency ranges and guidance approaches; EW101 - Dave Adamy; JED, November 2001, S.66-67.

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Flugsicherung
Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004. Flugsicherung in Deutschland; Peter Bachmann; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2005.

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Flugsimulator
FAA proposes major shift in regulating simulators; Edward H. Phillips, Dallas; AW&ST, December 2, 2002, S.54-55. Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004. Simulatoren fr fliegende Systeme; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt II/2005, S.91-97.

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Flugstabilitt
Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

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Flugkrper-Warnsysteme

Market expanding brisky for missile warning systems; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 27, 1997, S.54,67. 2. A new approach to Missile Warning; Bill Sweetman; JED, October1998, S.41-48,78. 3. The Missile warning challenge; Dr. Meir Danino; JED, July 1999, S.45-50. 4. Less agile, sharper eyes; S. Carroll; JED, July 1999, S.48. 5. Passive UV Missile-Warning Systems; Larry De Cosimo, et al.; JED, December 1999, S.51-54. 6. You bet your life: Todays Missile Warning SystemsTechnology; Don Herskovitz; JED, April 2000, S.51-55. 7. EC Monitor: New passive IR Missile Warner unveiled; Hal Gershanoff; JED, August 2001, S.35. 8. Patterns of protection - Expendable countermeasures offer dependable defense; Michael Puttre; JED, August 2001, S.48-52. 9. New German Flir also provides missile warning; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 14, 2002, S.426. 10. Combat vehicle defense: Perception and Protection; Col Cobus van der Merwe & Michael Puttre; JED, October 2002, S.46-52. 11. Passive optronische Flugkrper-Warnsensoren - Flugzeuge und Hubschrauber besser schtzen; Bernd Uwira; wt, I/2004, S.116-117. 12. Passive Flugkrperwarner; Ingo Schwaetzer, Diehl BGT Defence; Strategie und Technik, Oktober 2005, S.44-45.

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Flugverkehrskontrolldienst
Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

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Flugzeug(e)

Flugmanagementsystem => FMS Fluglageanzeiger

Flugzeuge der Welt, Heute - Morgen; W. Green & D. Punnet; Werner Classen Verlag, Zrich/Stuttgart, 1971. 2. Planning beginns for V/STOL Avionics; James Fawcette; EW/DE, February 1978, S.48-52. 3. Enzyklopdie Naturwissenschaft und Technik; Band E-J; Verlag Moderne Industrie; Mnchen, 1980. 4. X-29 tests potential advanced Fighter designs - Fighter Design; David A. Boutacoff; DE, April 1985, S.53-62. 5. Brockhaus der Naturwissenschaften und der Technik; Zweiter Band, EL-IN; F.A. Brockhaus Mannheim, 1989. 6. 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. 7. Flugfhrungssysteme - Blindfluginstrumente, Autopiloten, Flugsteuerungen; Kurt Kracheel; Bernard & Graefe Verlag, Bonn, 1993. 8. Avionics for the Pilot; Johe Jonston; Airlife Publishing Ltd, Shrewsbury, 1998. 9. Flugzeuge der Welt 1999; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1999. 10. Flugtechnik, Band 5; Jrgen Mies; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1999. 11. Flugzeuge der Welt 2001; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2000. 12. Luftfahrzeug-Technik; Ernst Gtsch; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2000.

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13. Flugzeuge der Welt 2001; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2000. 14. Flugzeuge - Die wichtigsten Flugzeugtypen der Welt; Riccardo Nocoli; Kaiser Verlag, Klagenfurt, 2001. 15. Military Aircraft; AW&ST Aerospace Sourcw Book, January 14, 2002, S.30-47. 16. Flugzeuge der Welt 2002; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2002.

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A Statistical Theory of Target Detection by Pulsed Radar; Marcum, J.I.; RAND Research Memo, RM-754, December 1, 1947. Die Radargleichung; Werner Gerlitzki; AEG-Telefunken, Nr. N 14/1138, Ausgabe 577 (Gr).

FmAufkl => Fernmeldeaufklrung FmEloAufkl => Signalauflrung

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Flugzeugbewaffnung
Aircraft armament; Roy Braybrook; Air International; November 2003, S.88-92.

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FMS, Flight Management Systems


Flight Management Systems; Capt. Terry Hanson; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, January 2001. Flight Management System for the A380; Industry Scan; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, March 2002. Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

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Flugzeugfestes Koordinatensystem
Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

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Flugzeuggewicht, Masse
Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

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Foxhunter
The interceptor radar evolves as a sensor; P.W. Spooner GEC Avionics; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)3, S.127-135.

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Flugzeugtrger
Moderne Kriegsschiffe - Technik, Taktik, Bewaffnung; David Miller & Chris Miller; Aus dem Englischen Modern Naval Combat, erschienen 1986 bei Salamander Books Ltd, Londeon, ins deutsche von Werner F.G. Stehr bertragen; Motorbuch-Verlag, 4. Auflage 2001. Flugzeugtrger - High-Tech, Jets, Schiffe; Tony Holms; Aus dem Englischen, erschienen bei Airlife Publishing Ltd, 1998, ins Deutsche von Alfred W. Krger bertragen; Mittler, Hamburg-Berlin-Bonn, 1999.

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FPA, Focal Plane Array


Staring IR sensors; Donald B. Lloyd; MEC: Part I: November 1979, S.58-61,92-94; Part II: December 1979, S.33-39; Part III: January 1980, S.28-35. DARPA unveils starring Focal Plane Array; James A. Tegnelia; DE, October 1980, S.101-113. Focal Plane Array chip extends night vision range; D.A.B.; DE, June 1986, S.58. New infrared camera improves U.S. Navy wapons testing; Les Caffee & Patrick Keller; D&SE, May 1996, S.27-28. Infrarot-Sensoren; Frank Pfeil; SuT; Mrz 2001, S.70.

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Flugzeugtriebwerke, Triebwerke

Enzyklopdie Naturwissenschaft und Technik; Band E-J; Verlag Moderne Industrie; Mnchen, 1980. 2. Brockhaus der Naturwissenschaften und der Technik; Fnfter Band, SO-Z; F.A. Brockhaus Mannheim, 1989. 3. Die strksten zivilen Turbofans der Welt - Giganten; Patrick Hoeveler; FLUG REVUE, November 1999, S.94-99. 4. Flugtechnik, Band 5; Jrgen Mies; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1999. 5. Luftfahrzeug-Technik; Ernst Gtsch; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2000. 6. Das Visuelle Lexikon; Aus dem Englischen ins Deutsche bertragene und berarbeitet version; Neuausgabe 2000; Weltbild GmbH. 7. Das Groe Arena Lexikon der Technik; Arena verlag GmbH, Wrzburg, 2002. 8. High-Tech mit Low-Cost - Zuknftige Technologien fr zivile Triebwerke; Patrick Hoeveler; FLUG REVUE, Januar 2004, S.82-87. 9. GP7000: Antrieb fr den A380; Luft- und Raumfahrt, Nr. 2, April-Mai-Juni 2004, S.20-21. 10. Mylitary Dynamos - Directory Military Engines; Flight International, 23-29 May 2006, S.42-51. Data compiled by Antoine Fafard, edited by Julian Moxon.

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Fregatten

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Fluktuationsverhalten - Fluctuation
Probability of Detection for Fluctuating Targets; Peter Swerling; RAND Research Memo. RM-1217, March 17, 1954 Detection of Radar Echoes in Noise Revisited; Peter Swerling; IEEE Trans. on Information Theory, Vol. IT-12, No.3.

Wofr Fregatten und Korvetten? Aufgaben, Einsatzoptionen und Eignung; Frank Ropers, Flottilenadmiral; SuT, 11/1997, S.629-632. 2. Marine Enzyklopdie von A bis Z; Jrgen Gebauer & Egon Krenz; Tosa Verlag, Wien, 1998. 3. Deutsche Fregatten - Wehrtechnischer Report, D 46892, 1/2000; Report Verlag GmbH, Bonn und Frankfurt a/M, Februar 2000. 4. Fregatte 124 im Zulauf; Dietrich Stockfisch; SuT, April 2001, S.18-20. 5. Fregatte der Zukunft; Dieter Stockfisch; SuT, Februar 2002, S.44-46. 6. Fregatten Typ 23 DUKE-Klasse der Royal Navy; Axel Schulz; SuT, Februar 2002, S.52-55. 7. Die LCF-Fregatte der Kniglich Niederlndischen Marine; Leo M. Van Westerhoven & Gerard van Oosbree; SuT, September 2002, S.22-26. 8. Marine Enzyklopdie von A bis Z; Jrgen Gebauer & Egon Krenz; Tosa Verlag, Wien, 1998. 9. Automation im Einsatzsystem der Fregatte F 124; Andreas Uhl - Korvettenkapitn, Wilhelmshaven; SuT, November 2003, S.44-48. 10. Fregatten und Korvetten der Deutschen Marine; Stefan Nitschke; wt I/2004, S.79-84.

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Introduction to frequency agile radar subsystems; J.B. Fuller & J.R. Martin; VARIAN, USA, Pub . No. 3414, 14 Seiten. The frequency agile magnetron story; John R. Martin; Varian, USA, Pub. No. 3757, 11/77. Local oscillators for frequency agile systems; P. Weissgla & S. Svensson; MJ, Jan. 1977, S.35-38. ECCM from the Radar designer's viepoint; M. A. Johnson & D.C. Stoner; MJ, March 1978, S.59-63. Introduction to Radar Systems; Skolnik, M.I.; McGraw-Hill Book Company Japan, 1983, S.170,172,485. Frequency agility -20 years of experience; B. Bergkvist; Mikrowellen Magazin, Vol.12, No. 6, 1986, S.614-618. Introduction to Electronic Warfare; D.C. Schleher, Ph.D.; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, MA, 1986. New models improve frequency-agile signal simulation; Greg Lowitz, et al. - Hp, Palo Alto, CA; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)1, S.78-87. Handbuch Radar und Radarsignalverarbeitung; Ludloff, Albrecht; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1993, S.3-19.

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Understanding Filters and Multiplexers; H. L. Schumacher; MSDH 1983, S.168-180. Coplanar waveguide supports integrated multiplier systems - Product of VeritechMicrowave, South Plainfield, NJ; Jack Browne - Executive Editor; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)3, S.137-138.

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Frequenzmultiplizierer
Single-balanced mixer forms dual mm-wave frequency multiplier; B.C. Henderson & A.W. Denning - WatkinsJohnson, Palo Alto, CA; Northrop-McDonnell fly ATF; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)10, S.81-86.


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Frequenzspeicher => DRFM Frequenzsprungverfahren - Freqency Hopping


Frequency-Hopping Radios outwitsmart Jammers; Eric Ribchester - Racal; Microwaves, 18(1979)11, S.57-63. Frequency Hopping Transceiver demonstrated; DE, February 1980, S.42-46. Frequency Hopping techniques vary with frequency; Eric Ribchester - Racal, UK; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)3, S.97105. Frequency Hop Systems for Navy Communications; Dennis Sweeney -E-Systems; DE, June 1985, S.115-124.

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Frequenzbandbezeichnungen
Frequency designation chart; ICH, 1st Ed., 1975/76, S.209. ECM Frequency bands & channel codes; ICH, 2nd Ed., 1976/77, S.331-333. IEEE Radar-Frequency designations; Special Report; MJ, June 1977, S.68 [1] What Band Designation Standards; Richard Hartman; DE, October 1979, S.11. Editorial: HF, NF, kHz, LF, AF, VLF, RF, Nf, Hf - Terminologie quo vadis? Eberhard Skibbe, Oberst a.D.; Mikrowellenmagazin, Heft 3/81, S.241. Radio and Radar Band Frequency designations; MSDH, 4th Ed., July 1986, Vol. 16, No.7, S.385.

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Frequenzsynthesizer - Frequency Synthesizer, FS


Microwave Frequency Synthsizers; C.E. Foster, II & T.G. Simon; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.2, No.3, May/June 1975. Design strategy for a 2-18 GHz Synthesizer; J. Minck & R. Rands; MSN, July 1977, S.80-84. Synthesized Signal Generator; Watkins-Johnson Co., Palo Alto; MJ, May 1978, S.36Hewlett-Packard, Application Note 218-1, <Application & Performance of the 8671A and 8672A Microwave Synthesizers>, September 1979. Synthsized tuners use digital techniques; Gordon Larsen Hartman Systems; DE, September 1979, S.97-100. Synthesizer delivers high spectral purity; MSN, May 1980, S.127. EW Systems Synthesizers find a new design approach; J. Schiffer (Schrff-Tronics); MSN, December1981, S.86. Stable Frequency Source serve as ATE building blocks; D. Pratt (Systron Donner); MSN, May 1982, S.106-119. Synthsized Sweeper Covers 10 MHz to 26,5 GHz; MSN, October 1982, S.169-171. Choose from the leader: HP-Broschre; Beilage in: Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)4. Low-Power VHF/UHF Synthsizer design; H.W. Anderson; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.10, No. 5, Sept./Oct. 1983. Designing Synthesized Signal Generator; H.W. Mette - Gigatronics; MDSH, Vol. 13, No.12, November 1983, S.182-192. Hewllet-Packard, <Synthesized Signal Generators 50 MHz to 26 GHz, Models 8673C & 8673D>, Technical Data, 11/1983. Frequency synthesizers ride a rising ECM tide; Ivan Anders Wiltron, Mountain View, CA; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)4, S.231,234-238,241. Synthesizers benefit from SAW technology; John Richardson - Hewllet-Packard, Spokane, WA; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)6, S.145-147. Synthesized signal generators offer spectral purity for system applications - Hewlett-Packard Product; MSN, September 1984, S.139-40.

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Frequenzdiskriminator
Digital Bearing Discriminator details divulged; Anaren Product; DE, August 1979, S.33-36. Unique Frequency Discriminator Circuit Aids Automatic Frequency Acquisition; Z. Galani & R .C. Waterman Jr Raytheon Co.; MSN, September 1983, S.74-81 Automatic Frequency Acquisition Demonstrated Using Step Function Frequency Discriminator; Z. Galani & R. C. Waterman Jr - Raytheon Co.; MSN, November 1983, S.92102. Filter-based discriminator reads fast pulses - Product of K&L, Microwave, Saliybury, MD; Jack Browne - Executive Editor & Alan Conrad - Contr. Editor; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)5, S.209-215. MFFDs measure 2 to 18 GHz; Alan Conrad - Contr. Editor; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)5, S.210. Boost performance of discriminators with careful design; Jerome J. Ferr - Watkis-Johnson, Palo Alto, CA; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)13, S.101-110. A sampling of Digital RF Memories and Frequency Discriminators; Don Herskovitz - Technology; JED, February 2000, S.57-61. Comparator measures frequency and phase; Jack Browne Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 43(2004)6, S.112. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

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Frequenzmultiplexer
Combine Filter Multiplexers; P. LaTourrette; MJ, Aug. 1977. 16.

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17. Synthesized signal generator breaks cost-performance; Dick Goodall - John Fluke, Everett, WA; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)10, S.153-157. 18. Synthesizer switches across 30 MHz in 70 ns; Sciteq Electronics; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)9, S.179. 19. Eaton, <Frequenz-Synthesizer der neuen Generation>, Elektronik, 13/27.06.1986, HF-Messtechnik, Arbeit von H. Hiller. 20. 3-MHz synthesizer: Clean and fast - Product of Sciteq Electronics, San Diego, CA; Jack Browne - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)6, S.183-186. 21. Synthesizers address EW/ECM, Radar, and Communication measurements; Wiltron Co.; MSN&CT, December 1986, S.132-136. 22. Neue Synthesizer-Familie von Wiltron; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.12, No.6, 1986, S.565-566. 23. Hewlett-Packard, <HF und Mikrowellensignalgeneratoren>, Seminarunterlagen, 1987. 24. Advanced Frequency Synthsizer developed for Radar and Communications Applications; Roger Rauvola - Sciteq Electronics; MSN&CT, January 1987, S.8-12. 25. Frequency synthesizers sweep to 26.5 GHz; Jack Browne Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)1,S.138-140. 26. Digital control speeds synthesizer switching; Eitan Sharoni Tadiran Industries, Holon, Israel; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)4, S.107-111. 27. Bookmark: Microwave Frequency Synthesizers; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)6, S.112. 28. All-GaAs lineup fuels high-speed digital synthesizerProduct of Sciteq Electronics, San Diego, CA; Jack Browne Executive Editor; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)7, S.129-134. 29. Synthesizer switches at 1 s; Eaton Product; MSN&CT, August 1988, S.74. 30. Tomorrows Synthesized Signal Generator; Dick Goodall; MSN, January 1989, S.16-19. 31. Direct synthesizer accelerates modular measurement system - Product of Comtron, Plainview, NY; Jack Browne Chief Editor; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)8, S.163-166. 32. Novel synthesizer cuts size, weight, and noise levels; P. Vella, G. Basawapatna & M. Shandas - Microsource, Santa Rosa, CA; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)5, S.231- 236. 33. Fast-switching synthesizers track agile signals; W.C. Beam & P.J. Rezin - Watkins-Johnson, Gaithersburg, MD; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)9, S.117-124. 34. DDS/PLL methods craft low-noise synthesizers - Product of Communication Techniques, Whippany, NJ; Jack Browne Chief Editor; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)10, S.133-138. 35. New architecture supports rugged test synthesizer; Tim Carey - Hewlett-Packard, Palo Alto, CA; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)3, S.212-218. 36. Speedy synthesizers cut spurious levels and signal delays Product of Comstrom, Plainview, NY; Jack Browne Associate Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)10, S.110-115. 37. High-speed synthesizers benefit Radar/EW systems Product of Omega Simulation, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)6, S.136. 38. A Sampling of RF Synthesizers - Technology Survey; Don Herskovitz; JED, February 1998, S.45-49. 39. Fractional-N synthesizers trim current, phase noise; Craig Conkling- Philips Semiconductors, Sunnyvale, CA; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)2, S.126-134. 40. Fast frequency synthesizers speed production testing Product of Giga-tronics, San Ramon, CA; Jack Browne Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)5, S.229-230.

41. DDS IC integrates reference multiplier; Jim Surber - Analog Devices, greensboro, NC; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)5, S.235-244. 42. Sources quell phase hits in digital radios - Product of Elcom Technologies, Closter, NJ; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)9, S.143-146. 43. Choose the synthesizer thats best fpr you; Anzeige von Giga-tronics, San Ramon, CA, in Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)10, S.26-27. 44. Extend DDS bandwidth above the Nyquist limit - Part 1; Michael Hopkins - Analog Devices, Greensboro, NC; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)1, S.82-91. 45. A Sampling of RF Synthesizers - Technology Survey; Don Herskovitz; JED, March 2000, S.53-59. 46. Microeave synthesizer meets demanding communications requirements; Philip J. Rzin - Rockwell Collins, Cedar Rapids, IA; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)3, S.63-72. 47. Extend DDS bandwidth above the Nyquist limit - Part 2; Michael Hopkins - Analog Devices, Greensboro, NC; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)3, S.97-109. 48. Synthesizers shave noise in receivers and test equipment Product of Micro Lambda, Fremont, CA; Scott Wettenkamp - Director of Engineering; Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)3, S.166-168. 49. Comparing integer-N and fractional-N synthesizers; Brendan Daly - Analog Devices, Limerick, Irland; Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)9, S.93-100,133. 50. Agile synthesizer reaches 6.4 Ghz - Product of Programmed Test Sources, Littleton, CA; Jack Browne - Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)92-97. 51. A dynamic approach to synthesizer design; Product of ITT Industries Inc., Microwave Systems, Lowel, MA; http://www.ittmicrowave.com ; MJ, May 2003, S:270-276. 52. Compact DDS silences spurious and phase noise; P. Jackson, S. Hardy & C. Martins - Advanced Radio Corp.; Microwaves & RF, 42(2003)4, S.94-100. 53. DDS gains wider application; Jack Browne - Publisher; Microwaves & RF, 42(2003)10, S.17. 54. Frequency Synthesizers yield stable signals; Jack BrownePublisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 42(2003)10, S.33-41. 55. Smart Synthesizers simplify RF integration; David Lyle President/CTO; Microwaves & RF, 42(2003)10, S.55-59. 56. Fast Synthesizers switch 5 MHz to 20, 48 GHz; Adrian Lalicata - Herley Communications; Microwaves & RF, 43(2004)6, S.110. 57. Frequency Synthesizers generate clean signals; Jack Browne, Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 44(2005)3, S.33-40.

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Frequenzzhler, Frequency Counter


Understanding Frequency Counter specifications; HewlettPackard Co Application Note 200-4. Counters zero in on high frequencies; Jack Browne & Tian Marie Pisa; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)7, S.121123,126,129. Microwave Frequency Counter has range from 10Hz to 18 GHz (EIP Product); MSN&CT, March 1985, S.147. Frequency counter profiles RF pulses from 0.5 to 20 GHz; Hewlett-Packard, Cupertino, CA; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)9, S.173. Counting the cycles of time and frequency; Jack Browne Associate Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)2, S.146-149.

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Battery-powered counters read frequency and power 1. Product of Hewlett-Packard, Santa Clara, CA; Jack Browne Associate Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)8, 2. S.188-192. Frequency counters are versatile toold; Jack Browne 3. Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)9, S.124.

New transmitter locator system operational; EW/DE, August 1978, S.61-64. Digitized, synthesized secure voice on ist way to battlefield; D.P. Fulghum; DE, June 1979, S.65-70. Rohde & Schwarz: Funk unter Kontrolle, Spezialausgabe zu Neues von Rohde & Schwarz, Mnchen, 1987.

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Front End
Noise Figure, Intermodulation Distortion and Sensitivity of a cascade of Front End components; ICH, 1st Ed.,June 1975/76, S.24-250. Integration shrinks Microwave Front Ends (Part I); John G. Gali, u.a.; MSN, September 1980, S.119-130. Integration shrinks Microwave Front Ends (Part II); John G. Gali, et al.; MSN, October 1980, S.70-75. Mixed media optimize phased-array module; W. Horton Prather - Electromagnetic Sciences, Norcross, CA; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)6, S.74-78. Receiver design cuts front-end phase errors; Eric Schmidt Varian, Beverly, MA; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)6, S.81-84. IC techniques slice cost of integrated receiver; P.J. Meier, et al. - Eaton, AIL, Deer Park, NY; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)6, S. 85, 87, 90. Techniques evaluated for design and measurement of lownoise Receiver Front Ends; Aksel Kiiss - Mitteq, Inc.; MSDH, 4th Ed., July 1986, Vol. 16, No.7, S.253-279. Superconducting filters enhance military receiver performance; Gordon Roesler; Gordon Roesler - Booz Allen & Hamilton, Arlington, VA; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)6, S.61-68,76.

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Funkfelddmpfung
Hochfrequenztechnik in Funk und Radar; Hans-Georg Unger; Teubner, Stuttgart 1994.

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Funkfeuer
Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

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Funkkommunikation - Radio Communication


Telecommunication Systems survivability; Nicholas T. Lampos; EW/DE, January 1978, S.97-102. Digitized, synthesized secure voice on ist way to battlefield; D.P. Fulghum; DE, June 1979, S.65-70. Design considerations for Tactical Field Radios; Charles H. Glenn - Magnavox; MSN&CT, October 1988, S.43-52. Digital Troposcatter Communications Systems; M.G. Unkaut, Dr. - Raytheon; MSN&CT, October 1988, S.69-72. Digital-RF-Communications System designs; Kwei Tu Lockheed Engineering & Science; MSN, January 1989, S.4649. Fernmeldetechnik und Elektronik, die Abteilung FE; wt IV/2000, S.172-187. Kleine Half-Loop-Antennen; Horst Kalweit - JK Industrial Services GmbH, Kempten; SuT, April 2004, S.14-17. Mit neuen Funksystemen zum militrischen Mobilstandard; H.ans-Wilfried Heine, Thales Communications, Pforzheim; IT-Report 2/2004, Mai 2004, Report Verlag, Bonn & Frankfurt a/M, S.29-31. Kommunikationsnetze der Zukunft; Karl Schrodi, Siemens AG, Mnchen; IT-Report 2/2004, Mai 2004, Report Verlag, Bonn & Frankfurt a/M, S.32.36.

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Fhrung
Begriffe der Elektronischen Kampffhrung; Herausgegeben von DaimlerChrysler Aerospace AG, Fhrung und Kommunikation, Ulm, 1999.

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Fhrungsinformationssysteme, FInfoSys
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Entwicklung der Marinefhrungssysteme - Blick in die Zukunft; Dieter Stockfisch; SuT, 1/1999, S.29-35. 2. Verteidigungselektronik - made in Germany; Jrgen Dangel; wt III/1999, S.21-23. 3. Fhrungs- und Waffeneinsatzsysteme des Heeres; Edgar Ziegler & Jrg-Peter Meier; wt III/1999, S.70-72. 4. Begriffe der Elektronischen Kampffhrung; Herausgegeben von DaimlerChrysler Aerospace AG, Fhrung und Kommunikation, Ulm, 1999. 5. Marinefhrungssystem - Teil I; Michael Droste; wt, III/2000, S.28-34. 6. Marinefhrungssystem - Teil II; Michael Droste; wt, I/2001, S.54-60. 7. Das Luftwaffenfhrungssystem CRC Schnewalde; Daniel Heinz - Oberleutnant, IT-Offizier; SuT, Januar 2002, S.50-54. 8. Interoperabilitt mit NATO- und EU-Streitkrften; J. Pppelmann & H.-J. Wagner; wt II/2003, S.40-47. 9. Weiterentwicklung der Fhrungsuntersttzung - Network Centric Warfare; Fregattenkapitn Franz-Dietmar Dahmann - Referent im BMVg; SuT, April 2004, S.42-48. 10. Das Fhrungsinformationssystem der Streitkrfte; Mark Lichtenhagen, Uwe List; SuT, September 2004, S,24-26. 11. Fhrungsinformationssysteme in der Bundeswehr; Friedrich W. Benz; wt III/2005, S.36-45.

Funknavigation, Funknavigationssysteme

Funkaufklrung

Navigations- und Waffenleitsysteme eines modernen Kampfflugzeuges; SuT, 7/1971, S.402-407. 2. Automatische Blindlandung; Gert Hahn; SuT, 2/1973, S.7078. 3. The application of Imaging Sensors to Aircraft landings in adverse weather; Stuart W. Greenwood - Uni of Maryland; MJ, September 1992, S.80-89. 4. Vermessung und Ortung mit Satelliten; Manfred Bauer; Wichmann, Heidelberg, 1994. 5. Funknavigation; Privatpiloten Bibliothek, Band 3; Jrgen Mies; Motorbuch Verlag Stuttgart, 1995. 6. Funkortung und Funknavigation; Erwin Lertes; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1995. 7. GPS, Global Positioning System, Technik und Anwendungen der Satellitennnavigation; Jrgen Strobel; Franzis', Poing, 1995. 8. The art of Navigation Warfare; Robert McGahan; JED, April 2001, S.53-55. 9. Introduction to GPS - The Global Positioning System; Ahmed El-Rabbany; Artech House, Inc., Boston, London, 2002. 10. Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

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Rohde & Schwarz: Funk unter Kontrolle, Spezialausgabe zu Neues von Rohde & Schwarz, Mnchen, 1987.

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G Band => Frequenzbandbezeichnungen Galileo 1. Galileo: Mit Europas Satelliten navigieren; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr.2. Januar-Mrz 2001, S.52-55. 2. Galileo: Im Mittelpunkt der Debatte: die Finanzierung; Frederic Castel; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr.5. OktoberDezember 2001, S.58-59. 3. US-European row over Galileo: Interference or just static? EC Monitor - B.P. Rivers, K. Chaison & P. Brunet; JED, February 2002, S.26-27. 4. EU-Navigationssatellitensystem - Mit Galileo in die mobile Zukunft; T. Gemsa & O. Gring; FLIEGERREVUE, 4/2002, S.42-45. 5. Galileo; SuT, Mai 2002, S.12. 6. First Galileo Contract Awarded; MJ, Aug. 2002, S.41. 7. Europa navigiert mit Galileo; Wolfgang Engelhardt; Fliegerkalender 2005, Internationales Jahrbuch der Luftund Raumfahrt, Verlag E.S. Mittler & Sohn, Hamburg, Berlin, Bonn, S.101-103. 8. Galileo und GPS - Hochtechnologie im Weltraum; Alexander Mager; SuT, September 2005, S.16-19. 15. GaAs MMICs poised for production; Michael Kachmar Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)3, S.65-70. 16. Surface-mount pack houses GaAs MMICs; G. Herrick & K.E. Jones - Tektronix, Beaverton, OR; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)6, S.157-159,169 17. GaAs MMIC subsystems downconvert 8-GHz signalsProduct of Pacific Monolithics, Santa Ana, Sunnyvale, CA; Jack Browne - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)7, S.131-133. 18. Practical GaAs ICs designed for Microwave Subsystems; A. Podell, et al. - Pacific Monolithics; MSDH, 4th Ed., July 1986, Vol. 16, No.7, S.327-332. 19. GaAs Monolithic Ics applied to Military-Radar design; C. Adricos & I. Bahl - ITT; MSDH, 4th Ed., July 1986, Vol. 16, No.7, S.335-347. 20. Gallium Arsenide IC symposium repors on latest developments; K. J. Sleger - Naval Research Lab; MSN&CT, October 1986, S.105-112. 21. Measurement of GaAs FET Noise Parameters; Robert Froelich; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.13, No.6, Nov./Dec. 1986. 22. GaAs-Lawinenlaufzeitdioden fr V-Band Frequenzen; Jrgen Freyer - TU Mnchen; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.12, No.6, 1986, S.553-557. 23. GaAs MMICs designed for EW applications; Allen Podell, et al. - Pacific Monolithics; MSN&CT, April 1987, S.8-19. 24. GaAs FET Amplifiers operate over military temerature range; J.C. Rosenberg & Doug Hoiles -Avantek; DE, May 1987, S.161-170. 25. Designing GaAs MMIC Transistor amplifiers; J.L.B. Walker Thorn EMI; MSN&CT, March 1988, S.34D-34L. 26. High-speed SPDT GaAs MMIC switch spans DC to 20 GHZ Product of Raytheon Co.; Jack Browne - Executive Editor; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)6, S.216-219. 27. GaAs ICs: The technology arrives; Ray Milano; The future of Radar Warning Receivers; David L. Adamy; DE, October 1988, S.111-116. 28. Improving EW capabilities with Gallium Arsenide; J.J. Komiak, et al.; DE, January 1989, S.77-84. 29. GaAs standard and semi-custom Ics boost performance in Military Systems; Thomas D. Dugan; MSN, October 1989, S.32-37. 30. GaAs amplifiers power applications past 18 GHz - Product of GaAsTEK, Roanoke, VA; Microwaves & RF, 38(1999)1, S.126.

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Gallium-Arsenid, GaAs
GaAs FET - a bilateral device; Carl Peterson; MJ, Jan. 1977, S.53. Low-Noise GaAs FET Amplifiers; F.E. Emery; WJ Tsch-notes, Vol. 4, No. 1, Jan./Feb. 1977. Competition Intensifies in Monolithic Gallium Arsenide; James Fawcette; MSN, April 1979, S.35-48. Monolithic GaAS Dominates Microwaves at ISSCC; MSN, February 1980, S.13-33. Future of Systems Dependent on Wafer Availability; H.C. Nathanson, et al.; MSN, June 1980, S.3756. GaAs Boosts CCD Speed (Review); MSN, July 1980, S.22-26. Will GaAs ICs be Sold? MSN, February 1981, S.19. Wideband Waveguide System Identifies GaAs Oscillator Harmonics at 94 GHz; William H. Haydl; MSN, February 1982, S.99-103. A GaAs FET primer: Understanding these vital devices; R. J. Hamilton & N. K. Osbrink - Avantek; MSN, October 1982, S.115-130, 133-142. Gallium Arsenide growth diversifies; J. Barrera - Harris Microwave Semiconductor; MDSH, Vol. 13, No.12, November 1983, S.72-88. Galliumarsenidforschung: berblick aus der PhilipsForschung; N. Wiedenhof & J.M. Waalwijk - Eindhoven, NL; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.11, No.1, 1985, S.3-4. Gallium Arsenide enhances digital signal processing in Electronic Warfare; B. Hoffman & D. Apte; DE, July 1985, S.48-56. GaAs Monolithics for affordable Military Systems; Kenneth J. Sleger - Naval Research Lab.; JED, August 1985, S.27-34, 46 GaAs ICs prove math for hi-rel demands; Thomas M. Reeder - TriQuint Semiconductor, Beaverton, OR; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)13, S.71-73.

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10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Gallium-Arsenid (GaAs) - FET


Low Noise GaAs GET Amplifiers; Frank E. Emery - WJ; MJ, June 1977, S.79-82. GaAs FETs opening gates on power reservoir; Ira Drukier; MSN, April 1978, S.49-55. Devices vital to IFM Limiting Amplifiera; Robert J. Hamilton, u.a.; MSN, September 1979, S.59-66. EW applications of new Dual-Gate GaAs FETs; R.J. Hamilton & N.K. Osbrink - Avantek; DE, September 1979, S.101-107. How to select a GaAs FET; Paul Wade; Microwaves, 19(1980)2, S.64-66. GaAs FETs promise much as they come of age; Dr. Joseph S. Barrera; Microwaves, 19(1980)2, S.67-69.

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5-Watt 8-GHz MESFET Amplifier Directly Replaces TW Tube Amplifier (Solid State); S.B. Moghe & W.C. Tsai; MSN, February 1981, S.79-85. In-House FETs Key to Amplifiers; MSN, February 1981, S.8687. Microwave GaAs FET Amplifiers; Firmenunterlage von Systron Donner, Beilage in MSN, March 1981. GaAs-Mikrowellen-Feldeffekttransistor mit geringem Rauschen; P. Baudet, et al.; Mikrowellenmagazin, Heft 5/81, S.568-573. ECM GaAs FET Amplifiers; Anzeige der Firma HARRIS in MSN, August 1982, S.66. GaAs MMIC Ready for Practical Use? Daniel R. CHen Microwave Monolithics; MSN, August 1982, S.68-70. Einstufige GaAs-FET-Verstrker; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.8, No.6, 1982, S.711. Government Systems Incorporate GaAs Monolithics; K. J. Sieger - Naval Researche Lab; MSN, September 1983, S.8297. Low Noise GaAs FETs - Techniques and Applications; Dr. Ing. Samir Abdin; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.9, No.5, 1983, S.562-565. GaAs FET Amp Uses One -Quarter Micron Gate, Heralding MIC Opportunities at Up to 60 GHz; E. T. Watkins - Hughes Aircraft; MSN, December 1983, S.52-62. GaAs FET Amps cover wide bandwidths; WJ-Product; MSN&CT; June 1986, S.153. Dual-gate GaAs FETs power UHF circuits; H. Ohke, et al. Sony Corp. Of America, Torrance, CA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)6, S.179-180. Dual-gate GaAs FET drives 18-GHz amps; R. Waugh % D. Glajchen - Gould, San Jose, CA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)9, S.169,180. GaAs MMIC line controls 1 to 10 Ghz - Product of TriQuint Semiconductor; Jack Browne - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)13, S.153-156. GaAs MMIC reliability analysis and its impact on Microwave Systems, Part II; Pang Ho, et al. - Pacific Monolithics; MSN&CT, September 1987, S.130-133.

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Gefechtsfeldaufklrung - Battlefield Intelligence


Army IEW: New structure for a new century; James W. Rawles; DE, June 1989, S.69-80. Filmless Camera technology boosts Image transmission; Larry P. Glidewell; DE, June 1989, S.105-112. Army Intelligence and the AirLand Battle; James J. Coghlan, Jr.; DE, August 1989, S.59-72.

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Gefechtsstand
Digitalisierte Gefechtsstnde im Heer; Martin Berken, Oberstleutnant HUKdo II, und Wolfgang Lehmann, Baudirektor, BWB; Wehrtechnischer Report: Schlsseltechnologien fr das Heer, D 46892; Report Verlag GmbH, 11/2000.


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Gelenkte Waffen => PGB/M/W Geodsie


Vermessung und Ortung mit Satelliten; Manfred Bauer; Wichmann, Heidelberg, 1994. Das Schwerefeld der Erde; C. Reigber & P. Schwintzer; Physik in Unserer Zeit, Nr.5, 34. Jahrgang 2003, S.206-212. Die Beulen des Planeten; FLIEGERREVUE, 09/2003, S.9.

1.

Glascockpit
Avionik aus Glas; Stefan Maya; FLIEGERREVUE Spezial: Avionik und Flugnavigation; September 2002, S.31-34.

1. 2. 3.

Glasfaser => Lichtwellenleiter


Die Glasfaser, das bertragungsmedium der Zukunft; HFReport, Mai 1987, S.86-89. Datenbertragung auf Lichtleitern erreicht neue Dimensionen; HF-Report, Mai 1987, S.97-98. Mit der Glasfaser allein its es nicht getan: LWLNetzkomponenten verbinden und berwachen; Friedhelm Kerkau; HF-Report, February 1988, S.68-70.

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GLONASS
Vermessung und Ortung mit Satelliten; Manfred Bauer; Wichmann, Heidelberg, 1994. GPS, Global Positioning System; Jrgen Strobel; FranzisVerlag, Poing, 1995. Satellitenortung und Navigation; Werner Mansfeld; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1998. Introduction to GPS - The Global Positioning System; Ahmed El-Rabbany; Artech House, Inc., Boston, London, 2002.

1.

GBDA, Ground Based Air Defense

Missile guidance - The UK targets two industry teams to lead efforts for future air defense needs; D. Barrie (London) 2. & M.A. Taverna (Paris); AW&ST, June 30, 2003, S.35. 3.

1. 2. 3. 4.

GBU, Glide Bomb Unit


Unpowered Precisin-guided Weapons; AW&ST 2003 Aerospace Source Book, January 13, 2003, S.188-190. Strike hard - Strike smart; Steve Davies; AFM, January 2003, S.78-82. Satellitengelenkte Waffen; Michael Puttre; Spektrum der Wissenschaft, April 2003, S.66-72. Per Laser punktgenau ins Ziel; Patrick Hoeveler; FLUG REVUE, September 2005, S.42-43.

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GMAS
A little lift; Andy Nativi & David A. Fulghum; AW&ST, February 21, 2005, S.40-41. Military Plans Space Buoys; James Fawcette; MSN, March 1977, S.11-14. New Receivers spur Navstars progress; EW/DE, February 1978, S.65-69. Early Navstar Tests Successful - Receiver Development Continues; James Fawcette; MSN, August 1978, S.19-20. GPS to Carry Secondary Payloads; MSN, October 1978, S.47. Civilian Receivers Navigate by Satellite; Paul D. Perreault; MSN, January 1981, S.61-93.

1.

GCA, Ground-Controlled Approach


GCA Radars: Their history and stae of development; H.R. Ward, Ch.A. Fowler, H.I. Lipson; Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol.62, No.6, June 1974, S.705-716.

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GEC Marconi
Widening the Aperture: EWs top 25; Byron Callan; JED, May 1998, S.33-38.

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Global Positioning System Measures Time of Arrival; Walter C.Melton; MSN, January 1982, S.136-142. 3 Precision Frequency Standards Upgrade Performance of C I Systems; Dr Nicholas F. Yannoni (RADC); MSN, June 1982, S.114-131. Design Developments in RF/LSI Technologies Bring Down Cost of Commercial GPS Receivers; Andrew M. Chao; MSN, June 1984, S.96A-96L. Navstar GPS - On the Verge of Great Changes; Charles Trimble (Trimble Navigation); MSN, November 1984, S.36. Performance/Cost Ratio Optimized for GPS Receiver Design; Ralph Eschenbach und Roger Helkey; MSN, November 1984, S.43-52. Navstar Global Positioning System Offers Unprecedented Navigational Accuracy; Robert P. Denaro; MSN, November 1984, S.54-83. GPS Accuracy and Reliability Improved with Pseudolites; Bradford W. Parkinson, MSN, November 1984, S.85-97. Weltraum ohne Waffen; Herausgeber Reiner Labusch u.a.; C. Bertelsmann Verlag, Mnchen, 1984. Gefechtsfhrung im Nuklearkrieg, Rstung und Sicherheit, S.41-50; Ashton B. Carter; in Spektrum der Wissenschaft, 1985. GPS Receiving System to give unprecedented Navigation Accuracy; A. Berthman & H. Tschiesche (SEL); MSN&CT, May 1985, S.144A-144K. Satellite Navigation techniques mature; P. K. Blair & P. J. Hargrave; MSN&CT, June 1985, S.160A-160G. GPS L-Band Triplexer Meets Stringent Requirements; G. Gorder und J. Ranghelli; MSN&CT, September 1985, S.80A80I. Cesium clocks keep the world on time; Helmut Hellwig; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)9, S.131-138 SDI, Der Krieg im Weltraum; Hrsg. John Tiraman; Scherz Verlag, Bern, 1985; S.173-193 The Global Positioning System; Martin R. Stiglitz; MJ, April 1986, S.34-59. Navstar Forecast: Cloudy Now, Clearing Later; David A. Boutacoff; DE, May 1986, S.90-110. NAVSTAR to bring revolution in Navigation; Bradford W. Parkinson and Charles R. Trimble; MSN&CT, November 1986, S.81-93. 3 Strengthening C in Space; David A. Boutacoff und Bruce Gumble; DE, February 1987, S.47-56. A Miniature GPS Receiver; N.B. Hemesath, u.a.; MJ, September 1987, S.81-100. Using GPS as a Time and Frequency Reference; Gary Smith; MSN & CT, December 1987, S.72-76. Time and Frequency Standards from GPS; Rick Dielman; MSN&CT, June 1988, S.72-79. And a Star to steer by - NAVSTAR GPS; Christopher H. Clarke; DE, June 1989, S.56-64. GPS Positioned to Change Our Lives and Boost Our Industry; Special Report by Craig Sherod, MSN&CT, July 1989, S.24-33. High-altitude Satellites to Support the Lower Echelons; James J. Coghlan Jr.; DE, October 1989, S.61-68. December GPS satellite launch a success; Block II, DE, February 1990, S.20. GPS becoms a high-flying market; Ron Schneiderman Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)12, S.30-40. Temporary Glut Slows Military GPS Procurement; DE, March 1992, S.47-50 The Global Positioning System; Howard I. Ellowitz; MJ, April 1992, S.24-33.

35. Global Positioning Systems feature greater accuracy and expanded capabilities in smaller packages; DE, August 1992, S.55-58. 36. GPS receiver chip targets low-power commercial markets; A. Laundrie & K. Negus - Hewlett-Packard, Newark, CA; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)8, S.135-140. 37. Vermessung und Ortung mit Satelliten; Manfred Bauer; bei Wichmann, 1994. 38. GPS, Global Positioning System, Technik und Anwendungen der Satellitennnavigation; Jrgen Strobel; Franzis, 1995. 39. Funkortungs- und Funknavigationsanlagen; Werner Mansfeld, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Habil.; Hthig Buch Verlag GmbH, Heidelberg, 1994, S.345-351. 40. Funkortung und Funknavigation; Erwin Lertes; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1995. 41. Genaue Zeit in Wissenschaft und Technik; Andreas Bauch; Physik in Unserer Zeit, 26. Jahrgang, 02/1995, S.60-67. 42. GPS: The Ultimate Dual-Use Technology? Scott R. Gourley, DE, August 1995, S.16-20. 43. The Commercial and Military Satellite Survivability Crisis; R.C. Webb et al.; DE, August 1995, S.21-25 44. AW&ST, February 5, 1996, S.96. 45. GPS fr Piloten; Peter Bachmann; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1997. 46. Interference cancellation improves GPS receiver performance; Ashok Talwar - AIL Systems, Deer Park, NY; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)4, S.62-68. 47. Satellitenortung und Navigation; Werner Mansfeld; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1998. 48. Time/Frequency standards uses GPS signals; C. Green & A. Ward; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)4, S.89-90,194. 49. New civil GPS signal frequency selected in ground radar, military data-link band; Philip J. Klass, Washington; AW&ST, January 11, 1999, S.438. 50. Satellitennavigation, Das Global Positioning System (GPS); Georg Ermin Thaler; Verlag fr Technik und Handwerk, Baden-Baden, 1999. 51. GPS, Neue Mglichkeiten fr das Funkhobby; Karl H. Ilg; Verlag fr Technik und Handwerk, Baden-Baden, 1999. 52. GPS; Sonderheft, Best.- Nr.4000049, Verlag fr Technik und Handwerk, Baden-Baden, 1999. 53. High accuracy GPS receiver IC enables >0.5m positional accuracy - Ttiming resolution less than 5nsec; Anzeige von Maxim Integrated Products, Sunnyvale, CA; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)8, S.81. 54. GPS Insurance Antijamming the System; von Don Herskovitz; JED, December 2000, S.41-45. 55. A sampling of GPS Receivers - Technology Survey; Don Herskovitz; JED, July 2001, S.61-65. 56. Minuscule module tracks 12 GPS channels - Product of SyChip, Warren, NJ; Jack Browne - Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)11, S.103. 57. Introduction to GPS - The Global Positioning System; Ahmed El-Rabbany; Artech House, Inc., Boston, London, 2002. 58. EU-Navigationssatellitensystem - Mit Galileo in die mobile Zukunft; Torsten Gemsa & Olaf Gring; FLIEGERREVUE, 4/2002, S.42-45. 59. USAF renews GPS III focus; Robert Wall, Washington; AW&ST, May 20, 2002, S.57. 60. GPS improvements set to help civil users; Michael A. Dornheim, Los Angeles; AW&ST, September 23, 2002, S.5658.

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61. Eroding GPS worries Pentagon; Robert Wall and Graig Covault, Nashville, Tenn / Cape Canaveral; AW&ST, November 2002, S.31. 62. NAVSTAR Global Positioning System; DDN Programm Profile; PBI Media, LLC, 2002: www.defensedaily.com/progprof/usaf/Navstar. 63. Direktverbindung: Jupiter-PC(1); Dr.-Ing. Klaus Sander; Funk Amateur, Februar 2003, S.156-158. 64. Satellitengelenkte Waffen; Michael Puttre; Spektrum der Wissenschaft, April 2003, S.66-72. 65. GPS Rockets - Modernized GPS to propel civil market, benefit future emetgency response; Craig Covault - Cape Canaveral; AW&ST, October 3, 2005, S.28-30. 66. Calling All Global Positioning Sats; Craig Covault - Cape Canaveral; AW&ST, October 3, 2005, S.30. 67. Ibis Aerosystems (?).


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Gunn-Diode => Halbleiter Gunn-Effekt


Gunn-Effect Technology; Part I; F.A. Myersm PhD. -The Plessey Company; MSN, April/May 1975, S.67-72. Gunn-Effect Technology: Part II - Oscillators; W. Foster & F.A. Myers; MSN, Aug./Sept. 1975, S.83-89. Gunn Effect Technology: Part III; W. Foster & F.A. Myers; MSN, Oct./Nov. 1975, S.56-64. Gunn Effect Technology: Part IV - Military, Civil and Industrial Applications; W. Foster & F.A. Myers; MSN, February/March 1976, S.99-104. Harmonic gunn oscillators allow frequency growth; K. Solbach, F. Sicking, & H. Barth - AEG, Ulm; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)4, S.75-80,127.

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GPWS, EGPWS/TAWS
EGPWS: Look what it can do now; David Jensen; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, November 2000. Safety in Avionics: Slaying the CFIT Monster; David Evans; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, February 2002. A TAWS for Rotorcraft; Harry Kraemer; Avionics Magazine Aviation Today, March 2002. Safety in Avionics: Surviving a Sucker Trap; David Evans; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, June 2002. Bodenannherungswarngert - Mehr Sicherheit in Bodennhe; Sebastian Zacharias; FLIEGERREVUE, Juni 2004, S.16-18. Terrain Avoidance: When COTS wont do; P.A. Jackson, D. Bostich & J. Podukiewicz; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, June 2005. Terrain Avoidance Technology: What lies ahead? William Reynish; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, April 2006.

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Gunn-Oszillatoten
Gunn Oscillators - A Decade Later; Walter R. Day Jr.; MSN, April 1978, S.56-62, 111. 94 GHz Gunn Source Delivers up to 20mW CW; MSN, April 1978, S.98. Broadband Gunn Oscillators for ECM Hyperabrupts Make a Difference; MSN, May 1980, S.115. Oscillators Lock and Tune at W Band (Millimeters); M. Crandell & F.J. Berrnues; MSN, December 1980, S.54-60. Gunn source integrated with microstrip patch; H.J. Thomas, et al. - Marconi Defence Systems, Stanmore, UK; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)2, S.87-91. Developments continue in Millimeter-Wave Gunn Oscillators; D. C. Greim (Hughes); MSN&CT, May 1985, S.144. Gunn-diode Oscillators, Part 1: Diode active layer sets operating points; Charles M.Howell - M/A-COM, Burlington, MA; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)4, S.125-133. Gunn-diode Oscillators, Part 2: Proper bias cuts noise, selects frequency; Charles M.Howell - M/A-COM, Burlington, MA; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)5,S.195-207. Millimeter-Wave Cavity-Stabilized GaAs Gunn Oscillator; Terrial Cutsinger; MSN&CT, 1987, December 1987, S.8-16.

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Gripen => JAS 39 Gripen Gruppen-Antennen

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9. Aufbau und Skalierung einer 32-Element MicrostripAntennen-Gruppe; Klaus Solbach - Uni Duisburg; Mikrowellenmagazin, Heft 4/81, S.461-465. Eine 40 GHz Mikrostreifenleitungsantenne; Wolfgang 1. Menzel - AEG, Ulm;Mikrowellenmagazin, Heft 4/81, S.466469. Conformal Microstrip Antennas; Robert E. Munson; MJ, 2. March 1988, S.91-109. 3.

Gyrotron
Gyratron: Reborn Tube is a Millimeter Powerhouse; Dr. Terry F. Godlove, Dr. V. L. Granatstein; MSN, Nov. 1977, S.75-82. Gyrotron Aims for 200 kW CW at 28 GHz; MSN, December 1977, S.21. New horizons for Microwave tubes; John M. Osepchuk Raytheon; MJ, July 1978, S.36,38. Gyrotron developments; H. Jory, et al. - Varian, Palo Alto; MJ, Aug. 1978, S.30,32. X-band gyrotron generates 1-MW pulsed power; P. Garin, G. Mourier, J.M. Krieg & A. Dubrovin- Thomson-CSF, Boulogne-Billancourt, Cedex, France; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)11, S.157-159.

GSM
Mobilfunknetze; Harald Konrad; wt, 2/96, S.55-58. Nachrichtentechnik; Martin Werner; Vieweg - uni-script, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, 3. Auflage, 2002. Basiswissen Multimedia; Band 1: Technik; Andreas Holzinger; Vogel Buchverlag, Wrzburg, 2. Auflage, 2002. 4. 5.

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H Band => Frequenzbandbezeichnungen Halbleiter - Solid State, Semiconductors


A Specifiers guide to Solid-Stae source terms; Bernard S. Siegal - Microwave Consultant; Microwaves, 14(1975)6, S.42-46. Elektronik; Herbert Frisch; VDI-Verlag Dsseldorf, 1975. State of the art: Solid State devices; ICH, 2nd Ed., 1976/77, S.439-446. Microwave Semiconductor applicationsin communications systems - Part I; Special Report - Dr. M.T. Vlaardingerbroek et al.; MJ, Feb. 1977, S.49-52. Microwave Semiconductor applicationsin communications systems - Part II; Special Report - Dr. Jan Steinkamp, et al.; MJ, March 1977, S.57-61. Solid State Radar Transmitters; D.J. Hoft - Raytheon Company, Wayland, Massachusetts; ME/C, Vol.3, No.11, November 1977, S.22,24,26. Solid State Technology for millimeter waves; N.B. Kramer Hughes; MJ, Aug. 1978, S.57-61. Bipolar quietly dominate; C.P. Snapp; MSN, November 1979, S.45-67. In Microwaves less is more; ICH, 5th Ed.,1979/80, S.363381. Why design with GaAs - and How? P.T. Grelling, et al.; MSN, January 1980, S.48-60. Broadband Gunn Oscillators for ECM hyperabrupts make a difference; MSN, May 1980, S.115. A P-Enhanced Solid-State Signal Generator replaces traditional Klystrons; John Minck - Hewlett-Packard; MSN, December 1981, S.49-59. Halbleiter-Physik; A. A. Fraser; Oldenburg Verlag, Mnchen, 1981. InP emerges as near-ideal material for prototype Millimeter-Wave devices; F. B. Frank, Ph.D. - Varian; MSN, February 1982, S.59-72. Silicon MOSFETs attain high speed via submicron dimensions (Solid State, mm); H.J. Boll et al. - Bell Laboratories; MSN, February 1982, S.75-96. Wideband waveguide system identifies GaAs Oscillator Harmonics at 94 GHz; W.H. Haydl; MSN, February 1982, S.99-103. Analog use of Superconducting Microelectronics nears (Josephson Junctions); R. Davidheiser - TRW; MSN, October 1982, S.100-110, 113. Solid State componwnts adapt to sensor environmental demands; Peter J. Minett; ME/C, Vol.8, No.11, November 1982, S.28-33. One companys quest for solid-state power; Jack Brownie Associate Editor; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)3, S.111-119. Diode switching; R.V. Garver; MSDH, Vol.13, No.11, November 1983, S.194-204. Impact of advanced IC Technologies on future Electronic Warfare Systems; Jim Martin; ICH, 8th Ed., 1982/83, S.331340.

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7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

22. Elektronik 2, Bauelemente; Klaus Beuth; Vogel-Buchverlag, Wrzburg, 1983. 23. Dual-diode oscillator uses IMPATT devices; Simon C. Mak & Sheik M. Nagi - Marconi Defence Systems, Stanmore, UK; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)7, S.73-74. 24. Solid State Transmitters for EW Applications; Fuat Agi & D.J. Hoft -M/A-COM; JED, August 1985, S.37-46. 25. Solid State replacing Tubes in Avionic applications; Jeff Hume - Acrian; MSN&CT, November 1986, S.68-79. 26. Semiconductors, 2001; Robert E. Anslow; DE, December 1986, S.53-55. 27. Using Tunnel-Diode technology; R.S. Virk - Innowave; MSN&CT, !987, November 1987, S.68-75. 28. Wideband digitally tuned Oscillator technology for Electronic Defense; L.R. Martin, et al. - Avantek; MSN&CT, July 1988, S.46-54. 29. Mikrowellentechnik, Bd. 2, Antennen und aktive Bauteile; Erich Pehl; Hthig, Heidelberg, 1989. 30. New building blocks for future architectures; Jeffrey Rowe; DE, November 1990, S.31-34. 31. Hochfrequenztechnik, Bd. 1, Bauelemente und Schaltungen; Edgar Voges, Hthig, Heidelberg, 1991. 32. Taschenbuch der Hochfrequenztechnik, Bd. 1, Grundlagen; Meinke - Gundlach; Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, 1992. 33. Mikrowellentechnik - Kap. 6: Halbleiterdioden der Hochfrequenztechnik; Werner Bechtold; Vieweg, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, 1999.

13. 14.


1.

Halbleiterdioden => Halbleiter Half-Loop-Antennen


Kleine Half-Loop-Antennen; Horst Kalweit - JK Industrial Services GmbH, Kempten; SuT, April 2004, S.14-17.

15.

1.

Handshake
PC-Lexikon; Hans Herbert Schulze; Rowohlt Taschenbuch Verlag GmbH, Reinbek bei Hamburg, August 1993.

16.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

HARM, AGM-88
Defense Suppression role augmented with fielding of HARM Missile system; J.B.S.; DE, December 1984, S.96, 97. TI building HARMs; Microwave & RF, 24(1985)8, S.27. Navy, Air Force plan HARM upgrade to extend missile life through 1990s; AW&ST, February 9, 1987, S.101-103. TI wins $58M HARM contract; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)9, S.23. Air Force Plans a Wilder Weasel; James W. Rawles; DE, September 1990, S.41-46. HARM Missile to Use GPS, Inertial Guidance; AW&ST, October 27, 1997, S.74. HARM upgrade tackles GPS Jammers, dual seeker design moves forward; J. Knowles - EC Monitor; JED, October1998, S.29-30.

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Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; Gerhard Hubatschek (Hrsg), Report Verlag, Frankfurt a/M, 1999. 9. New AGM-88 missile will be smarter; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, November 15, 1999, S.90-92. 10. AGM-88 HARM; IECH 2001, S.246. 11. BGT Bodenseewerk - Ein Unternehmen der Diehl VA Systeme. BGT-Firmnebroschre, Januar 2003.

Hellfire and missile operability; Marvin Leibstone; NATOs Sixteen Nations, Vol.31, No.6, October 1986, S.74-77.

HEMT
HEMT reaches 20 GHz with quiet gain; Product of Fujitsu Microelectronics, Santa Clara, CA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)9, S.185. Microwave Devices and Circuits; Samuel Y. Liao; PrenticeHall, Int. Editions, London, 1990. Build an E-pHEMT low noise amplifier; Jan Piper - Agilent Technology, San Diego, USA; Microwaves & RF, 43(2004)3, S.92-96.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Harpoon
Controlling Harpoon Missile Launches; R.E. Fielding & R.L. Boem - Sperry Rand; DE, July 1979, S.40-44. Harpoon Missile targets Ships - and cost; John F. Judge; DE, April 1985, S.92-98. Multiplying Firepower with Missiles; Jim Cogham; DE, August 1986, S.99. Harpoon Proves Lethal from Many Bases; Paul R. Jaszka; DE, November 1988, S.34-37. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book; January11, 1999, S.170. http://www.defensedaily.com/progprof/usaf/AGM

HERMES
Technische unterlagenvon Marconi Defence Systems, Stanmore: MDS/EW/03-3000/6/86.

HEROS
Fhrungs- und Waffeneinsatzsysteme des Heeres; Edgar Ziegler & Jrg-Peter Meier; wt III/1999, S.70-72. Modernes Fhrungsinformationssystem; Dr. Jrg Zieglowski (ESG) & Oberst Michael Theisen (IT-Amt der Bundeswehr); SuT, April 2003, S.30-31. Faust und Heros - Die Sulen des Fhrungs- und Informationssystems des Heeres; Karl-Heinz Quast; wt I/2003, S.66-67. IT-Untersttzung fr Controlling im Heer; Alfons Herde (CONET AG), Ulrich Mller (Oberstleutnant); SuT, Juli 2003, S.39-41. HEROS Fhrungsinformationssystem bergeben; Winfried Scholz - ESG IT-Systenintegrator; SuT, September 2004, S.35-37.


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Harrier => AV-8B Have-Quick


Frequency agile HAVE QUICK System nears completion; D.M.R. - Industry News; DE, September 1982, S.51-52. AF plans to keep Have Quick; L.M.; DE, March. 1985, S.67. Tactical voice Communications become user friendly; Christine Castro; DE, June 1990, S.39-46. Managing data to win the Information War; AW&ST, January1, 1996, S1-S8.


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Hawkeye => E-2C Hawkeye Head-up Display, HUD


Navigations- und Waffenleitsysteme eines modernen Kampfflugzeuges; SuT, 7/1971, S.402-407. Marconi-Elliot HUD Sight Chosen for F-16; G.W. Deskin; EW, Sept./Oct. 1976, S.101-107. EW101 A First Course in Electronic Warfare; David Adamy; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 2001. Safety in Avionics: Are two HUDs better than one? David Evans; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Tiday, July 2002. HUD/EVS: Beyond Infrared; Charlotte Adams; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, August 2004. www.aviationtoday.com Der Blick auf die aktuelle Fluglage; eb; Mforum Juni 2005, S.16. Kopf hoch! Blickfelddarstellung in Airlinern; Sebastian Steinke; FLUG REVUE, September 2005, S.34-35.

HFKdo, Heeresfhrungskommando
Eine Kommandobehrde in Umbruch - Das Heeresfhrungskommando in der Struktur >Neues Heer>; Wolfgang Otto - Generalleutnant; wt I/2006, S.13-19.

HIDAS
Three faces of Helicopter EW; JED, April 1998, S.33-39, 60. The EW Top 25; Byron Callan; JED, May 2000, S.42. HIDAS files on Apache; European Report - Martin Streetly; JED, September 2000, S.18. HIDAS; IECH 2001, S.135. The Queens Apaches; Tim Ripley; Air International, January 2004, S.38-43.

6. 7.

Hochfrequenztechnik
Mikrowellen; A.J. Baden Fuller; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1974. Elektromagnetische Felder; Prof. Dr. Rer. Nat. Gnther Lautz; Teubner Studienbcher, Stuttgart, 2. Auflage 1976. Das elektromagnetische Feld; Walter Bien; Ernst Klett, Stuttgart, 1980. Grundlagen der Elektrotechnik, Teil II: Induktion, Wechselstrme, elektromagnetische Energiegewinnung; Prof. Dr.-Ing. Reinhold Pregla; Hthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1980. Elektromagnetische Wellen auf Leitungen; Hans-Georg Unger; Hthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1980. Elektromagnetische Theorie fr die Hochfrequenztechnik; Teil I: Algemeine Gesetze und Verfahren, Antennen und Funkbertragung, planare, rechteckige und zylindrische

1.

Hellas
Integriert und alltagstauglich - Bundespolizei fliegt mit aktiver Hinderniswarnung; Renate Strecker; FLUG REVUE Special Helicopter, Oktober 2007, S.20-23. Hinderniswarnsystem fr NH90; FLIEGERREVUE, 10/2007, S.8.

2.

1. 2.

Helix-Antennen

Breitbannnd-Antennen; G.Dubost & S.Zisler; R. Oldenburg Verlag, Mnchen, 1977, Kap. 3.6, S.165. Plot radiation patterns of helical antennas; Klaus Breitkopf; Microwaves, 19(1980)9, S.87-89..

Hellfire
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Wellenleiter; Hans-Georg Unger; Hthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1981. Elektromagnetische Theorie fr die Hochfrequenztechnik; Teil II: Kugelwellen, Feldentwicklungen, Strungs- und Variationsverfahren, Mikrowellenkreise und Resonatoren, Wellenkopplung, magnetische Plasmen und Ferrite; HansGeorg Unger; Hthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1981. Theorie der elektromagnetischen Felder; Siegfried Blume; Hthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1982. Die elektromagnetischen Felder - Einfhrung in die Feldtheorie und ihre Anwendungen; Pro. Dr. Techn. Alexander von Weiss; Vieweg, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, 1983. Einfhrung on die theoretische Elektrotechnik, 11. Auflage; Karl Kpfmller; Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg New York Tokyo, 1984. Mesysteme der Hochfrequenztechnik; Burkhard Schiek; Hthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1984. Grundlagen der Elektrotechnik, Teil I: Felder und Gleichstromnetzwerke; 2. Auflage; Prof. Dr.-Ing. Reinhold Pregla; Hthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1984. Klassische Elektrodynamik, 2. Auflage; John David Jackson; Walter de Gruyter, Berlin New York, Nachdruck 1985. Mikrowellentechnik, Band 2: Antennen und aktive Bauteile, S. 221; Erich Pehl; Hthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1989. Mikrowellentechnik, Grundlagen, Anwendungen, Messtechnik; Ks/Pauli; Franzis Handbuch, Mnchen, 1991. Mikrowellentechnik, Grundlagen, Anwendungen, Messtechnik; Ks/Pauli; Franzis Handbuch, Mnchen, 1991. Hochfrequenztechnik, Band 1: Bauelemente und Schaltungen, S.352; Edgar Voges; Hthig, Heidelberg, 1991. Hochfrequenztechnik, Bd.2: Leistungsrhren, Antennen und Funkbertragung, Funk- und Radartechnik; Edgar Voges; Hthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1991. Taschenbuch der Hochfrequenztechnik, Bd.1/2/3, 5. Auflage; Meinke-Gundlach, Springer Verlag, Berlin, 1992. The Microwave Engineering Handbook, Vol.1/2/3; B.L. Smith & M.-H. Carpentier, Ed.; Chapman & Hall, London, 1993. Mikrowellen in der Anwendung - Funk, Radar, Erwrmung; Erich Pehl; Hthig, Heidelberg, 1993. Hochfrequenztechnik in Funk und Radar; H.-G. Unger; Teubner Studienskripten, Stuttgart, 1994. Hochfrequenztechnik 1, Hochfrequenzfilter, Leitungen, Antennen. O. Zinke & H. Brunswig; Springer, Berlin, 1995. Mikrowellentechnik; Werner Bchtold; Vieweg, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, 1999.

Forschung ber die Wirkung von hochenergetischen Mikrowellen; Hans-Jrg Liersch; EADS-Magazin Mforum, Dezember 2002, S.17. Hochleistungs-Mikrowellenquellen; Dr. Wilhelm Ochs, Frauenhofer-Institut; SuT, Juli 2003, S.42. High Power Microwaves - Nicht-letale Wirksysteme zum Personen- und Objektschutz; Michael Sporer - Diehl Munitionssysteme; Wehrtechnischer Report 1/2004, Februar 2004, Report Verlag, Bonn & Frankfurt a/M, S.5758. See it, Jam it, Kill it; David A. Fulghum - Washington; AW&ST, May 2005, S.24-25.

HPRF, Pulsdopplerradar
Handbuch Radar und Radarsignalverarbeitung; Albrecht Ludloff; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1993. Introduction to Airborne Radar; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc., Mendham, NJ, 1998.

Hubschrauber - Helicopter
Kampfhubschrauber, Technik, Bewaffnung, Typen; Karl Mller Verlag, Erlangen 1998. Armed Transport Helicopters; Patrick Allen; Air International, March 1997, S.180-181. Die Luftstreitkrfte der Welt [ The Worlds Air Force]; Lindsay Peacock; Redaktionsstand:1992; Weltbild Verlag GmbH, Augsburg 1998. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book; January 11, 1999. Australias Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter; Roy Braybrook; AIR International, Vol.56, January 1999, S.2027. Rotary wings EW - More than survival; Frank Colucci; JED, May 1999, S.53-61. Helicopters hunters not victims; Kathleen Kocks; SEAD: JED, February 2000, S.33-40. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book; January 14, 2002. Battle-Tested Helicopter EW; JED, April 2002. Part I: US Army attack aviation EW, Zachary Lum, S.45-49; Part II: Eggs in baskets; Adam Geibel, S.50-52. Combat Helicopters - A Buyers market; AFM, April 2002,S.36-40. Helicopter Ait-to-Air Combat; Lon O Nordeen; AFM, June 2002, S.68-74. USAF Helicopters; Robert F Dorr; AFM, September 2002, S.32-35. Lifting the load - Heavilift Helicopters; David Willis; Air International, August 2004, S.62-68.

Honeywell International, Inc.


Http://www.honeywell.com AW&ST 2004 Aerospace Source Book; January 19, 2004, S.302.

Hubschrauber der Bundeswehr


Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; Gerhard Hubatscheck (Hrsg); Report-Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 1999. Luftfahrzeuge und Luftfahrtgertetechnik [BWB, Abteilung LG]; SuT, 12/1999, S.731-740. Die Hubschrauber in der Bundeswehr; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt I/2004, S.49-54.

HPM, High Power Microwaves


Lasers, HPM weapons near operational status; David A. Fulghum, Los Angeles and Tucson, Arizona; AW&ST, July 22, 2002, S.173-174. UK developing, testing directed energy weapon; David A. Fulghum/Washington and Douglas Barrie/London; AW&ST, July 29, 2002, S.26-27. Microwave weapons may be ready for Iraq; David A. Fulghum/Washington; AW&ST, August 5, 2002, S.24. USAF acknoledges beam weapon readiness; David A. Fulghum/Washington; AW&ST, October 7, 2002, S.27.

HUD => Head-up Display Hummel


Strsystem Hummel; wt III/2004, S.144.

Hybrid
Hybrid circuit applications in Military Systems; Jim Martin; DE, August 1979, S.100-105.

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Hybrid circuit selection criteria for modernizing older systems detailed; Howard K. Dicken - Integrated Circuit Engineering; DE, September 1979, S.79-81. Speed design with Hybrid RF Modules- The impact of MMICs: how much, how soon; Northe K. Osbrink; MSN, July 1980, S.37-60.

Hybrid networks require careful implementation (Application Note, Anzac); MSN, May 1982, S.121-127. Thin Film processing of Hybrid ICs; R. Tramposch Materials Research; MDSH, Vol. 13, No.12, November 1983, S.104-124.

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1.

I Band => Frequenzbandbezeichnungen I/Q-Netzwerk, I/Q-Modulator/Demodulator


Novel measurement schemes serve I/Q applications; Radha Setty - Mini-Circuits, Brooklyn, NY; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)9, S.147-154. In-put out-put; Anzeigen-Beilage In-Out/01-2 von MiniCircuits, Brooklin, NY; Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)11. Simulate an I/Q modulator; Andy Howard - Agilent Eesof EDA, Westlake Village, CA; Microwaves & RF, 41(2002)2, S.86-91. Refined I/Q imbalance measurements; Gabor Zoka - Agilent Technologies; Microwaves & RF, 43(2004)6, S.72-78.

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11. 12. 13.

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ICNIA

14.

ICNIA nod to ITT/TI venture; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)1, 15. S.27. The search for airborne antenna commonality; Michael 16. Kachmar; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)3, S.35. More EW capability in smaller packages; Bruce D. Nordwall; 17. AW&ST, November 15, 1999, S.87-88.

ICW-Radar => Radar IFE


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

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IFF
The role of precise time in IFF; William M. Bridge; ME/C, Vol.8, No.4, April 1982, S.53-60. 3 NATO C , IFF, and EW being updated; DE, May 1982, S.5061. Power Transistor ballasting improves performance of Surveillance Radar Interrgators and Transponders; Anthony T. Harris - SGS-Thomson; MSN, June 1989, S.44-49. Freund-/Feind-Kennsysteme; U. Brner, A. Ler und J. Rommerskirchen; SuT, 2/1999, S.92-95. Combat Identification - The aims and realities; Harry Roberts; Air International, June 2003, S.59-62.

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26. 27.

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IFM-Empfnger
Binary Beam IFM: Multiple Discriminators Improve Frequency Resolution; Marc Smirlock, Amecon/Litton Systems; EW, May/June 1976. Digital IFM: Intercepting Complex Signals in a Dense Environment; William B. Sullivan, Probe Systems; EW, May/June 1976. Typical IFM Receiver; ICH, 2nd Ed., 1976/77, S.433. Automated IFM/DF Handles Dense Threat Environment; William R. Bigas; EW, March 1977, S.50-56. Unique MIC Design Produces Tiny IFM Discriminator; John Reindel; MSN, July 1977, S.63-68. Egypt Deploys British ESM; EW/DE, January 1978, S.79. New receivers solve operational problems with minimum complexity; William R. Bigas - ARGOSystems; EW/DE, September 1978, S.81-86.

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29.

30.

31.

How to Specify an IFM Receivers Parameters; ICH, 4th Ed., 1978/79, S.325-329. New Receiver Solves Operational Problems with Minimum Complexity; EW/DE, September 1978, S.81. IFM Receiver Test and Evaluation; Air Force Avionics Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, April 1979, Technical Report AFAL-TR-79-1049. Subsystems Provide Key to Radar Warning Receiver; Michael Paff; MSN; July 1979, S.65. IFM Limiting Amps Based on Dual-Gates; MSN, July 1979, S.94. Digital IFM Receiver Planned for the 80s Is Ahead of Schedule; Dean Heaton und David King; DE, August 1979, S.71-75. EW Application of New Dual-Gate GaAs FETs; R. J. Hamilton, Jr. und N. K. Osbrink; DE, September 1979, S.101. German Navy selects US IFM System as service standard; DE, November 1979, S.10. The Systems Engineers Primer on IFM Receivers; Dean Heaton; MJ, Feb. 1980, S.71. Neuer Miniatur IFM-Empfnger von TRW-Aertech; MM, Heft 4, 1980, S.292. Proper Delay Discriminator Design Avoids Common Pitfalls; Israel Yuval; MSN, December 1981, S.109. How Limiting Amps Affect DIFM Receiver Performance; Samuel W. Hammond; Microwaves, 20(1981)4, S.87-90. Advances in Radar Warning Receivers; D. White & S. Rubin; ICH, 8th Ed., 1982/83, S.315-325. Digital IFM Series Cuts DFD Coasts in Half; MSN, April 1982, S.120. Design techniques and performance of digital IFM; P.W. East; IEE PROC., Vol.129, Pt. F, No.3, June 1982, S.154-163. NSL IFM Receivers; Anzeige der Firma Nothern Scientific Laboratories, Inc., in MSN, November 1982, S.79. Theory and design of the Delay Line Discriminator for Phase Noise Measurements; Cristopher Schiebold; MJ, Dec. 1983, S.103-112. New technique improves IFM performance; J.D. Rhodes Filtronic Components; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)3, S.121125. Ultra-Wideband IFM Receiver fullfills design requirements; William B. Sullivan; MSN&CT, April 1985, S.105, 107. Advances in design improve wideband Receiver; W. B. Sullivan & D. Heller - General Instrument; MSN&CT, April 1986, S.97-108. Filter technique offer advances for Instantaneous frequency Measurement; Larry Chappell; MSN&CT, June 1986, S.112-117. Use delay-line circuit for efficient IFMs; Jeffrey Parkhurst, Texas Instruments, Davis, CA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)10, S.95-98. DFD/IFM performance under exotic modulations; David Heller - General Instrument; MSN&CT, September 1988, S.81-91 IFM Subsystem reads 15-ns Pulses from 7.5 to 18 GHz, Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)12, S.135-141.

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32. Modular IFM receiver snares 6-to-18-GHz signals - Product of Wideband Systems, Franklin, NJ; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)7, S.118. 33. Design Optimization Improves IFM/DFD Receiver Accuracy; William B. Sullivan; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)9, S.96-99. 34. Delay-Line Design Faithfully serves ESM Applications; Erik Boch und Michael Stapleton, Lockheed Canada; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)9, S.119-127. 35. Instantaneous Frequency Measurement Receivers for Maritime Patrol; William B. Sullivan - Wide Band Systems; JED, October 2002, S.55-58. 36. Firmenunterlagen von Anaren Microwave, Inc., Syracuse, NY, USA: 37. Digital Frequency Discriminators, Technical Handbook; Pub. M1824-08. 38. Digital Frequency Discriminator Miniature 8-Bit; Pub. M1827-18. 39. Digital Frequency Discriminator Miniature 12-Bit; Pub. M1823-08. 40. Firmenunterlagen von Sanders Microwave Division, Manchester, New Hampshire, USA: 41. Generations of IFM Leadership from the Microwave Division, Pub. No B-80-0203, 1980. 42. DIFM leadership from the Microwave Division, Pub. No B80-0203R2, 1982. 43. Digital Instantaneous Frequemcy Measurement Receivers; Firmenunterlage von TRW Microwave Inc., Sunnyvale, CA, 1983, Catalog No 0681 44. 8 Bit Digital Instantaneous Frequency Measurement Receivers; Firmenunterlage von TRW Microwave Inc., Sunnyvale, CA, 1983, Form No 0183 AM 183C.

3.

Equations provide accurate third-order IMD analysis; John G. Freed - Teletec, Raleigh, NC; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)8, S.75-84.

1.

IMINT
U.S. Military Upgrades its Battlefield Eyes and Ears; James W. Rawles; DE, February 1988, S.56-70.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Impattdiode
Trapatts and Impatts, State of the art and applications; Eliot D. Cohen; MJ, Feb. 1977, S.22-28, 56D. IMPATTs Fortifying Niche Between FETs and Tubes; S. Frank Paik; MSN, April 1978, S.65-73. IMPATT Sources: Striving for Higher Power and Efficiency; William J. Ress; MSN, April 1978, S.76-82. Impatts Combine to Power Systems (Sources); Glenn Thoren; MSN, October 1980, S.110-145. IMPATT diode progress promises smaller, lightweight MmWave systems; G. R. Thoren (Raytheon); MSN, December 1984, S.96A-96L. Si- and GaAs-Impatt Diodes for Millimeter Waves; W. Harth, et al.; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.13, No.2, 1987, S.318-328. Mikrowellentechnik, Band 2: Antennen und aktive Bauteile, S. 221; Erich Pehl; Hthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1989. Hochfrequenztechnik, Band 1: Bauelemente und Schaltungen, S.352; Edgar Voges; Hthig, Heidelberg, 1991.

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INEWS
Technology development foremost benefit of INEWS; J.B.S.; DE, September 1985, S.49-50. INEWS ignites technology trade-offs and competition; James B. Schultz; DE, September 1985, S.136-144. USAF awards INEWS; Michael Kachmar - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)8, S.21. Semifunalists vie for INEWS development contract; AW&ST, February 9, 1987, S.63. The news about INEWS; James W. Rawles; DE, October 1989, S.52-57. ATF speeding through dem/val (phase); James W. Rawles; DE, May 1990, S. 37-41 [dem=demonstration, val=validation]. Northrop-McDonnell fly ATF; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)10, S.21. Information Warfare; K. Petersen & U. Pracht; SuT, 12/1995, S.783-788. More EW capability in smaller packages; Bruce D. Nordwall; AW&ST, November 15, 1999, S.87-88.

1. 2.

IF-Prozesssor

3. Define IF processor specs accurately; Ronald B. Hirsch RHG, Dear Park, NY; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)4, S.93-97. 4. Converters change RF input signals to digital outputs Produkt of Steinbrecher, Woburn, MA; Jack Browne 5. Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)2, S.153-158.

IHEWS
IHEWS; IECH, 2001 Edition, S.162.

6.

1.

ILA, Internationale Luft- und Raumfahrtausstellung, Berlin


ILA 2004: Chancen fr die Jugend; Christian Gritzner; Luftund Raumfahrt, Heft 3, Juli - September 2004, S.30-31.

7. 8. 9.

1.

ILS => Funknavigation


Landen nach Instrumenten; FLIEGERREVUE, 3/2003, S.1216.

1.

Informationskriegfhrung, Information Warfare, IW


Information Warfare - Der Krieg der Zukunft hat bereits begonnen - Wer heute den Einstieg verschlft, wird morgen manipuliert; Oberstleutnant i.G. Kurt Petersen (Fhrungsakademie der Bundeswehr) & Oberstabsarzt Dr. Med. Kurt Pracht; SuT, 12/1995, S.783-788. Digital battlefield drives military technology; David Begley Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)9, S.47-49. The US transition to Information Warfare; Edward Waltz; JED, December 1998, S.35-42. Tactical deception in Information Warfare: A new paradigm for C4I; Ronald K. Newland; JED, December 1998, S.43-48. Information Warfare: The plain truth; Fred Levien; JED, April 1999, S.47-53.

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Image Jamming
EW101 A First Course in Electronic Warfare; David Adamy; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 2001. 2. IMD, Intermodulation Distortion Measuring IMD by properly using the spectrum analyzer; 3. Moris Engelson - Tektronix, Beaverton, OR; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)2, S.85-90. 4. Proper testing minimizes IMD analysis errors; Dick Goodall John Fluke, Everett, WA; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)8, 5. S.132,137,139.

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Information Warfare und Aufklrungsverbund; Peter 12. Solid Szate Focal Plane Arrays boost IR Sensor capabilities; Preylowski, Oberst a.D.; SuT, 1/2000, S.28. Michael Cantella, et al.; ME/C, Vol.8, No.9, September Information Warfare: Wheres the action - Technology; 1982, S.38-42. Brendan P. Rivers; JED, October 2000, S.53-56. 13. Infrarot- und Mikrowellensensoren in der Wehrtechnik der Infowar to invade air defense networks; David A. Fulghum, zukunft; Reportage; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.10, No.1, Washington; AW&ST, November 4, 2002, S.30. 1984, S.21-28. Focus on Iraq shapes electronic, info warfare; Robert Wall, 14. Thermal imaging technology has versatile and bright Nashville, Tenn.; AW&ST, November 4, 2002, S.34. future; John Haystead; DE, April 1991, S.48-52. 15. Positive identification using infrared facial imagery; David C. Evans; D&SE, March 1996, S.24-26. Informations- und Fhrungssysteme Marinefhrungssystem - Teil I; Michael Droste; wt, III/2000, 16. New imaging technology helps soldiers survive on the battlefield; Scott R. Gourley; D&SE, May 1996. S.25-26. S.28-34. Marinefhrungssystem - Teil II; Michael Droste; wt, I/2001, 17. New infrared camera improves U.S. Navy wapons testing; Les Caffee & Patrick Keller; D&SE, May 1996, S.27-28. S.54-60. Weiterentwicklung der Fhrungsuntersttzung - Network 18. Understanding the Infrared Threat; William Taylor; JED, February 1999, S.35-43. Centric Warfare; Fregattenkapitn Franz-Dietmar Dahmann 19. Pointing the heat - Technology; Staff Report; JED, - Referent im BMVg; SuT, April 2004, S.42-48. September 2000, S.59-64. 20. Infrarot-Sensoren; Frank Pfeil; SuT, Mrz 2001, S.70. Informationstechnologie 21. Seeing (Infra)Red; Kenneth B. Sherman; JED, August 2001, Informationstechnik im BWB - Abteilung IT im Aufbau; S.54-55. Heinz Weling; SuT, 121995, S.757-761. 22. The heat is on - Protecting airlines from the Infrar-Red Der Brockhaus Natutwissenschaft und Technik; Band 2, Missile threat; Alan Dawes; Air International, April 2003, Seite 964; F.A. Brockhaus, Mannheim & Spektrum S.18-22. Akademischer Verlag, Heidelberg, 2003. 23. Passive Flugkrperwarner; Ingo Schwaetzer, Diehl BGT Defence; Strategie und Technik, Oktober 2005, S.44-45. Infrarotgelenkt 50 Jahre Infrarot-Luft/Luft-Lenkflugkrper; Georg Meyer Oberst a.D., Luftwaffe; SuT, 1/2000, S.33-35. Facing the Shoulder-fired threat; Michael Puttre; JED, April 2001, S.38-45. EO/IR, Part 2 - IR guided Missiles - EW101 Tutorial; Dave Adamy; JED, April 2001, S.64-65. Anzeige von Lacroix: EMBOW Trials in March 2002 in Biscarosse (France); JED, October 2002, S.22. The heat is on - Protecting airlines from the Infrar-Red Missile threat; Alan Dawes; Air International, April 2003, S.18-22. Passive Flugkrperwarner; Ingo Schwaetzer, Diehl BGT Defence; Strategie und Technik, Oktober 2005, S.44-45.

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2.

Infrarotsignatur, Infrarotstrahlung => InfrarotSensoren Infrarottechnik - Infrared Technology


Optronische Multi-Sensor-Plattformen auf Schiffen; Bernd Naujokat - Oberstleutnant; SuT, 4/1999, S.238-242. Nachsichttechnik - Infrarot-Sensorik; Arnulf Wallrabe; Vieweg, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, August 2001.

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6.

INS
Strapdown Inertials Open New Markets; Barry Miller; EW/DE, March 1978, S.71-90. The Standard for Inertial Navigation Systems; Anzeige der Firma Kearfott, EW/DE, June 1978, S.43. Laser gyros supplanting Inertial NAVs; John C. Patterson; DE, May 1981, S.106-109.

1. 2.

Infrarot-Sensoren => IRCM


3.

The IR/EO EW basis; ICH, 3rd Ed., 1977/78, S.377-396. The sword and the cuirass; Romano Fiore - Selenia, Rome,Italy; ME/C, Vol.4, No.2. February 1978, S.22-34. 3. Thermal Imaging Sensor advances pushed; Barry Miller; DE, April 1978, S.41-47. 4. US Infrared, Electro-Optic Countermeasure efforts moving into full swing; EW/DE, July 1978, S.26-28. 5. IR/EO in EW: An assessment of technology; ICH, 4th Ed., 1978/79, S.379-386. 6. New generation IR/EO devices ready for production; Richard Hartman; EW/DE, February 1979, S.58-67. 7. Staring IR sensors; Donald B. Lloyd; MEC, Part I: November 1979, S.58-61,92-94; Part II: December 1979, S.33-39; Part III: January 1980, S.28-35. 8. Navy picks AN/AAD-5 Infrared Reconnaissance Set fot ist Tactical Air Reconnaissance pod system; Ralpph L. Nardone - Honeywell; DE, October 1980, S.23-27. 9. Infrareds tremendous potential barely scratched; Stefan Geisenheyner; DE, February 1981, S.29-35. 10. Incoherent Infrared Receiver analysis guidelines; ICH, 7th Ed., 1981/82, S.351,355-362. 11. Infrared transmission characteristics; ICH, 7th Ed., 1981/82, S.403.

1.

InSb, Indiumantimonid
Nachsichttechnik - Infrarot-Sensorik; Arnulf Wallrabe; Vieweg, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, August 2001.

1.

Interferometrie
Synthetic Interferometer Radar for Topographic Mapping; Leroy C. Graham; Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol.62, No.6, June 1974, S.763-768. Microwave Interferometry - New applications for an old art; Milton R. Seiler; ME/C, Vol.7, No.7, July 1981, S.4650,73. Polarization errors in phase interferometry; Jsko Budin; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.13, No.5, 1987, S.474-478. Interferometer Direction Finding Systems; EW Tutorial Section, JED, January 1998, Supplement, S.16-17.

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3. 4.

1.

Integriertes Avioniksystem
AW&ST 2004 Aerospace Source Book; Integrated Avionics Systems; S.227-230.

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Interoperabilitt, von Waffen-Systemen


Interoperabilitt mit ADAM und EVA - Technische Lsung fr heute; F. Druhm & Chr. Rehm; SuT, 1/1999, S.17-21. Frage: Verstndigung? Jrg Lorentzen; wt, II/2002, S.37-41. Convergence meets Interoperability; Dr. Guido Seiler-Clark & Stephan Maihoff - T-Systems; SuT, November 2002, S.1921. Die Stufen der Interoperabilitt; U. Schade & G. Drr; Strategie und Technik, Januar 2005, S.16-18. Over the Edge - Die Stufen der Interoperabilitt (II); U. Schade & G. Drr; Strategie und Technik, September 2005, S.39-41.

4. 5.

1.

Interoperabilitt, On-Board

A complete look at compatibility & integration; John G. McKinley, et al. - Westinghouse Defense and Electronic Warfare Systems Center; ICH, 5th Ed., 1979/80, S.337-347. 1.

12. Protecting the big boys: Directed IR countermeasures for large Aircraft Programs; JED, December 2000, S.47-50. 13. IRCM getting more VIP attention - EC Monitor; K. Sherman; JED, February 2001, S.37. 14. Facing the Shoulder-fired threat; Michael Puttre; JED, April 2001, S.38-45. 15. EO/IR, Part 7 - IR Countermeasures - EW101 Tutorial; Dave Adamy; JED, September 2001, S.66-67. 16. Whats new in EO/IR Countermeasures; Kenneth B. Sherman; JED, November 2001, S.49-51. 17. US Air Force special ops boosts IR self-protection; Robert Wall, Washington; AW&ST, July 8, 2002, S.30. 18. The heat is on - Protecting airlines from the Infrar-Red Missile threat; Alan Dawes; Air International, April 2003, S.18-22. IRIS Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; Gerhard Hubatscheck (Hrsg); Report-Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 1999.


1.

Interrogator => IFF IONDS


1. Carter, Ashton B.: Gefechtsfhrung im Nuklearkrieg, Rstung und Sicherheit, Spektrum der Wissenschaft., 1985. 2.

IRIS-T
IRIS-T, der zuknftige Luft/Luft-Lenkflugkrper kurzer Reichweite; Jrgen Rler; SuT, 10/1999, S.624-627. Anzeigen von BGT Bodenseewerk, berlingen, in den Zeitschriften: SuT (3/2000, S.167) sowie wt (IV/2000, S.132). IRIS-T; IECM, 2001, S.219. IRIS-T completes firings but faces budget hurdle; Douglas Barrie, Paris; AW&ST, June 24, 2002, S.61-62. BGT Bodenseewerk - Ein Unternehmen der Diehl VA Systeme. BGT-Firmnebroschre, Januar 2003. Beschaffung von IRIS-T beschlossen; pp; SuT, Mrz 2003, S.4. Anzeige von BGT Bodenseewerk: IRIS-T SL - Plug & Play Air Defense for the Lower Tier; wt IV/2003, S.80. Missile alignment; M. A. Taverna (Paris) & R. Wall (Mnchen); AW&ST, January 12, 2004, S.42-43. Air-to-Air Missile Directory 2004; Rob Hewson; Air International, September 2004, S.45-57.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ionosphre
Ionospheric scintillations at SHF; Luke K. McSherry; MJ, June 1977, S.99-103. Antenna Tests Establish Ionosphric Limitations; Dominic J. Marino - The Mitre Corp.; MSN, June 1982, S.108-113. Probing the ionosphere at high latitudes; Bill Mitchell; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)4, S.45-49. Ionospheric modificationspawns new propagation; Frank T. Djuth; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)8, S.75-80. Solid-State Amplifier delivers reliable meteor-burst Communication; J.H. Johnsob - Microwave Modules & Devices; MSN&CT, September 1987, S.8-16. Communications EW, Part 2 - HF Propagation; Dave Adamy; JED, July 2003, S.64-65. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

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1.

IRCM, Infrared Countermeasures

Countering the IR threat; Al Arnot; Countermeasures, Vo.3, No.2, February 1977, S.44,48,70. 2. US Infrared, Electro-Optic Countermeasure effords moving into full swing; EW/DE, July 1978, S.26-286. 3. Active Infrared Countermeasures provide continuous protection for todays Aircraft; Jim Carey; ICH, 8th Ed.,1982/83, S.345-347. 4. Infrared Seeker threats from attack missiles can be reduced significantly; Rex L. Waddell; ME/C, Vol.9, No.2, February 1983, S.31-33. 5. Mobile SAM threat spurs new EW System sales; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October27, 1997, S.38-42. 6. Is seeing believing? Don Herskovitz; JED, April 1998, S.4146,61. 7. A new approach to Missile Warning; Bill Sweetman; JED, October 1998, S.41-48, 78. 8. Air Defense Missiles: Recent trends in the threat; Steven J. Zaloga; JED, November 1998, S.37-43. 9. Understanding the Infrared Threat; William Taylor; JED, February 1999, S.35-43. 10. Pre-emptive versus reactive Infrared Countermeasures; Bill Taylor; JED, March 2000, S.33-37. 11. You bet your life: Todays Missile Warning Systems; Don Herskovitz; JED, April 2000, S.54.

1.

IRLS, Infrared Linescanners


EO/IR, Part 3 - Infrared Linescanners - EW101 Tutorial; Dave Adamy; JED, May 2001, S.74-75.

1.

IRST
EO/IR, Part 4 - Infrared Imagery and IRST - EW101 Tutorial; Dave Adamy; JED, June 2001, S.70-71.


1.

Isotropstrahler, Kugelstrahler => Antennen ISS, International Space Station


Der Brockhaus Natutwissenschaft und Technik; Band 2, Seite 1008; F.A. Brockhaus, Mannheim & Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, Heidelberg, 2003.

1.

IT-Sicherheit
Zur Realisierung von modernen Informationssystemen - Ein Disukussionsbeitrag; Heinz de Wilde, Oberst, & Karl Steiger, Oberstleutnant i.G.; SuT, 11/1997, S.647-651. IT-Sicherheit in der Marine; Wolfgang Khler, Korvettenkapitn; SuT, 2/1999, S.103-106.

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Widening the Aperture: EWs top 25; Byron Callan; JED,

May 1998, S.33-38.

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J Band => Frequenzbandbezeichnungen Jagdbomber


Moderne Kampfflugzeuge; Thomas Bttig; Verlag E. S. Mittler & Sohn GmbH, Hamburg-Berlin-Bonn, 2000.

21. Gripen, Lion of the Sky; Bill Sweetman; JED, August 2004, S.59-64. 22. Http://www.grippen.com

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JASSM, AGM-158
Stealthy Jassm approved for Low-Rate production; David A. Fulghum; AW&ST, January 7, 2002, S.25. Distanzwaffe, AGM-158 JASSM geht in Produktion; Karl Schwarz; FLUGREVUE, Mai 2002, S.37-28. Hammers of the Gods; Michael Puttre; JED, September 2002, S.48-55. Satellitengelenkte Waffen; Michael Puttre; Spektrum der Wissenschaft, April 2003, S.66-72.

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Jaguar
Geschrfte Krallen - Jaguars der RAF bleiben miz neuen Systemen effektiv; P. & F. Notre/KS; FLUG REVUE, Januar 2004, S.58-62.

Jammer => Strung JAR


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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Javelin
Das amerikanische Panzerabwehr-Lenkwaffen-System Javelin; RJ; SuT, April 2003, S.62.

1.

JDAM, Joint Direct Attack Munition

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

JAS 39 Gripen
Electronics play a critical role in future combat aircraft; Warren K. Christolon; DE, January 1985, S.65-76. Europes new Fighters; Kenneth R. Timmerman; DE, May 1989, S.61-65. The Electronics of Europe's new Fighters; Don Parry; DE, Vol.22, No.5, May 1990, S.51-54 . Collaborative efforts driving European defense programs; Kay Atwal, et al.; DE, August 1992, S.34-44. Recce pod selected for Gripen; B. Rivers - EC Monitor; JED, October1998, S.35. Flugzeuge der Welt, 1999; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1999. Saab JAS 39 Gripen; Flugzeug-Katalog 2000, Militrflugzeuge; GeraNova Verlag, Mnchen. Moderne Kampfflugzeuge; Thomas Bttig; Verlag Mittler, Hamburg, 2000. Gripen EW taking shape; B. Rivers - EC Monitor; JED, March 2000, S.25. Saab JAS 39 Gripen; SuT, Januar 2001, S.51. Flugzeuge, Die wichtigsten Flugzeugtypen der Welt; Riccardo Niccoli; Kaiser, Klagenfurt, 2001. IECH 2001, S.132. Electronic Warfare goes stealthy; Alan Dawes; Air International, February 2002, S.106-110. Gripen, Lion of the Sky; Bill Sweetman, JED, April 2002, S.38-43. Fighter EW, the next generation; Bill Sweetman; JED, July 2000, S.41-47. Farnborough International 2002- SAAB JAS 39 Gripen; The official souvenir programme; Published on behalf of SBAC by Key Exhibitions Ltd, Stamford, S.22. Gripen coms of age; Alan Warnes; AFM, August 2002, S.2831. Hohes C - Saab liefert erste JAS 39C Gripen aus; Karl Schwarz; FLUGREVUE, Dezember 2002, S.40-44. Swedens swinger Gripen - Gripen Special; Malcolm English; Air International, March 2003, S.35-46. Formidable Fighters into service; AFM; June 2003, S.37-48.

Of JDAM, JASSM and JSOW; Don Herskovitz; JED, July 1999, S.61. 2. JDAM and the Cat; Ted Cerlson - Fotodynamics; AFM, April 2002, S.60-63. 3. Programmable fuse for JDAM; AW&ST, July 15, 2002, S.54. 4. Hammers of the Gods; Michael Puttre; JED, September 2002, S.48-55. 5. JDAM sales expected to reach $6 Billion; David A. Fulghum, St. Louis; AW&ST, October 28, 2002, S.30. 6. New weapons for a new doctrine; Alan Dawes; Air International, May 2003, S.16-19. 7. Precise strikes; Steve Davies; AFM, May 2003, S.40-41. 8. Seek and destroy; M. R. Rip & J. M. Hasik; AFM, June 2003, S.52-57. 9. Boeings JDAM Programm wins Aviation Weeks 2003 quality center award; Barry Rosenberg; AW&ST, September 15, S.S14. 10. Joint Direct Attack Munition - On target in all weathers; Carlo Kopp; Air International, September 2003, S.26-30.

1. 2.

JED, Journal of Electronic Defence


Http://www.jedoline.com Association of Old Crows; Eberhard Skibbe, Oberst a.D.; Mikrowellenmagazin, Heft 2/81, S.149-150.

1.

JHMCS, Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System


Aimimng for more; David Hughes - Washington; AW&ST, August 16, 2004, s.28-29.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

JSOW, AGM-154
First JSOW free-flight test successful; R.T.L.; De, March 1995, S.15. Hammers of the Gods; Michael Puttre; JED, September 2002, S.48-55. Satellitengelenkte Waffen; Michael Puttre; Spektrum der Wissenschaft, April 2003, S.66-72. New weapons for a new doctrine; Alan Dawes; Air International, May 2003, S.16-19. Precise strikes; Steve Davies; AFM, May 2003, S.40-41.

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JSTARS, Joint STARS => E-8A/B/C, Hawkeye


18.

JTIDS
Telecommunications impact on Strategy; T.A. Campobasso - Rockwell Intern. Corp.; ME/C, June 1977, S.32-34. EW Review (Ed.); JTIDS/TIES Consolidate Tactical Communications; EW/DE, Sept./Oct. 1977, S.45-53. DTDMA in JTIDS; J. Rubin, ITT Avionics; ME/C, October 1977, S. 22-26. Mystic Link Revealed; James Fawcette; MSN, September 1977, S.81-94. JTIDS forges ahead; MSN, November 1979, S.42. JTIDS coordinates Tactical Elements; Nelson E. Bolen - The Mitre Corp.; DE, January 1982, S.104-105. NAVELEX looks future in serving the electronic needs of the Fleet; DE, April 1982, S.59-62. 3 Spread Spectrum Systems serve nearly all C aspects; MSN, April 1982, S.78-91. Army firms up JTIDS planning; Col. William S. Jones, U.S. Army; Is VHSIC a panacea? Or, facing the von Neumann bottleneck; DE, August 1982, S.81-87. [3] Neue, auch strresistente Mglichkeiten zur Fhrung von Flugzeugen und Flugkrpern; Horst Seipl, in 'Elektronik in der Luftverteidigung'; Bernard & Graefe Verlag, , Koblenz, 1984, S. 43-50. JTIDS airborne terminals demonstrate operating problems; DE, January 1985, S.26. JTIDS Class 2 Terminals tested; D.A.B.; DE, June 1986, S.5456. The Joint Tactical Information Distribution System; Martin R. Stiglitz; MJ, October 1987, S.26-41. Introduction to Electronic Warfare; D. Curtis Schleher, Ph. D.; Artech House Inc., Norwood, MA, 1986, S.326-330. USAF completes JTIDS; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)2, S.21. JTIDS - A Primary Data Link; Paul R. Jaszka; DE, February 1989, S.54-63. AVIONIK; Donald H. Middleton (Hrsg); Titel der englischen Originalausgabe: Avionic Systems, bei Longman Group UK 19. 20.

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22.

Limited 1989; Deutschsprachige Ausgabe bei Transpress Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, Berlin, 1993. JTIDS, Joint Tactical Information Distribution System; http://www.rockwellcollins.com/ecat/gs/JTIDS.html; 21. April 2003. JTIDS Components; http://www.rsmicro.com/jtids.htm; 21. April 2003. Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System (Joint STARS, JSTARS); http://www.globalsecurity.org/intell/systems/jstars.htm; 21. April 2003. Militrische Datenbertragungsverfahren (Datenlinks): Standards sichern die reibungslose militrische Kommunikation; Dr. Rdiger Leschhorn; R&S MIL NEWS, 2002, Nr.6, S.28-32. Militrische Datenbertragungsverfahren (Teil 2): Standards sichern die reibungslose Kommunikation; Rdiger Leschhorn; MIL NEWS, 2003, Nr. 7, S.20-23.

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JTRS, Joint Tactical Radio Systems


Operational Requirements Document (ORD) for Joint Tactical Radio (JTR), Department of Defense, 1997. The emerging world of JTRS; Charlotte Adams, Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, March 2002. Funknetze fr Einsatzsysteme der Zukunft; Raimund Richter; Wehrtechnischer Report 1/2004, Report Verlag; Moderne Technologien fr die Ausrstung des Heeres, Februar 2004, S.30-32. Software Radios fr militrische Anwendungen; Dr. Boyd Buchin & Dr. Rdiger Leschhorn; Wehrtechnischer Report 1/2004, Report Verlag; Moderne Technologien fr die Ausrstung des Heeres, Februar 2004, S.33-35. Thales Tallies; Michael A. Taverna, Farnborough; AW&ST, July 26, 2004, S.37. LM-Pressemitteilung vom 8. September 2004: Lockheed Martin Team selected for $51 Million Pre-System Development and Demonstration Phase of AMF JTRS Program. Military Communications - Translation Jitters; David A. Fulghum - Washington; AW&ST, February 28, 2005, S.5556.

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K Band => Frequenzbandbezeichnungen Kalibrieren


Die Kalibrierorganisation fr die Bundeswehr; Oberstleutnant i.G. Gerd Gttner, Luftwaffe; SuT, April 2001, S.47-49.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Kampfflugzeuge - Fighter Aircraft


Top Gun Fighters & Americas Jet Power; George Hall; Publications International Ltd, 1988. Brockhaus der Naturwissenschaften und der Technik; Zweiter Band, IO-NG; F.A. Brockhaus Mannheim, 1989. Europes new Fighters; Kenneth R. Timmerman; DE, May 1989, S.61-65. Soviet Air Forces: The Fighters; James J. Coghlan, Jr.; DE, October 1989, S.90-101. Soviel Aircraft makers catch the West; James W. Rawles; DE, May 1990, S.59-66. The Worlds Great Stealth and Reconnaissance Aircraft; Published for W. H. SMITH Ltd; Aerospace Publishing, 1991. Taktische Militrflugzeuge in Deutschland; Joachim Dressel & Manfred Griehl; Bechtermnz Verlag, Augsburg, 1996. Luftkampf; Geschichte, Technik, Taktik; Mike Spick; Deutschsprachige Ausgabe von Karl Mller Verlag, Erlangen, 1997. Kampfflugzeuge; Originaltitel der englischen Ausgabe: Fighter; Bill Gunston; Parragon 1997, deutschsprachige Ausgabe bei Gondrom Verlag GmbH, Bindlach 1998. Die Luftstreitkrfte der Welt; Originaltitel: The Worlds Air Force; Lindsay Peacock; Redaktionsstand:1992; Weltbild Verlag GmbH, Augsburg 1998. Are fighters meeting global market needs? Richard Aboulafia - Teal Group; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.15-18. World Fighter market - Trends aand prospects; David Baker; Air International, April 1999, S.208-214. Foreplanes - Foremost or should the tail wag the dog? Neville Beckett; Air International, May 1999, S.309-315. Fighters - single or twin? Ph.D. David Baker; Air International, June 1999, S.358-361. Luftfahrzeuge und Luftfahrtgertetechnik [BWB, Abteilung LG]; SuT, 12/1999, S.731-740. Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; Gerhard Hubatscheck (Hrsg); Report-Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 1999. Luftfahrzeug-Technik; Ernst Gtsch; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2000. Transportflugzeuge; Achim Figgen, Diethmar Plath & Brigitte Rothfischer; Bechtermnz Verlag, Augsburg, 2000. Kampfflugzeuge von heute, Typen, Entwicklungen; Aerospace Publishing Ltd., deutschsprachige Ausgabe bei Kaiser Verlag, Klagenfurt, 2000. Moderne Kampfflugzeuge; Thomas Bttig; Mittler, Hamburg, Berlin, Bonn, 2. Auflage, 2000. Flugzeuge der Welt 2001; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2001.

22. Flugzeuge, Die wichtigsten Flugzeugtypen der Welt; Riccardo Niccoli; Kaiser Verlag, Klagenfurt, 2001. 23. Flieger-Kalender 2002; Internationales Jahrbuch der Luftund Raumfahrt; Mittler, Hamburg, Berlin, Bonn, 23. Jahrgang, 2001. 24. F-16 Replacement; Malcolm English; AIR International, June 2001, S.362-366. 25. Die hufigsten Kampfflugzeuge; SuT, November 2001, S.51. 26. Flugzeuge der Welt 2002; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2002. 27. Future Fighters; Andrew Brookes; Air International, June 2003, S.18-22. 28. Formidable Fighters into service; AFM, June 2003, S.37-48. 29. Global Fighter market; Roy Braybrook; Air International, July 2004, S.66-70.

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Kampfhubschrauber => Hubschrauber Kartesisches Koordinatensystem


Der Brockhaus Natutwissenschaft und Technik; F.A. Brockhaus, Mannheim & Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, Heidelberg, 2003.

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1.

KC-30
Back on track; David Fulghum - Washington; AW&ST, April 24, 2006, S.28-29.

9.

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KC-135 Stratotanker
Luftbetankung; Unterstzzung des MATO-E-3A-Verbandes durch die Air National Guard; Andreas Hunold; SuT, September 2003, S.38-41. KC-135 Stratotanker; Http://www.globalscurity.org/military/systems/aircraft/kc135.htm

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Keulenbreite
Use simple equations to calculate beam width; Mark J. Komen - Honeywell, Hopkins, MN; Microwaves, 20(1981)12 (December), S.61-63.

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Klystron
High-Power Klystrons Used for new-Generation ATC Radars; G. Faillon & E. D. Maloney - Thomson-CSF; MSN, June 1984, S.62-78. 3-MW wideband klystron powers agile radars; Barry Manz Chief Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)1, S.225-226. Three-Megawatt wideband pulsed Klystron provides Frequency Agility for modern S-Band Radas; A. Auberdiac, et al. - Thomson-CSF; MSN-CT, June 1986, S.74-80. Mikrowellentechnik, Grundlagen, Anwendungen, Messtechnik; Ks/Pauli; Franzis Handbuch, Mnchen, 1991. The Microwave Engineering Handbook, Vol.1, Microwave Components; B.L. Smith & M.-H. Carpentier, Ed.; Chapman & Hall, London, 1993.

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Koaxialleiter bzw Koaxialkabel

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Specifying coaxial RF transmission lines for todays airborne ECM systems; E.C. Ball; MSN, Oct./Nov. 1975, S.47-54. 2. A Clean Sweep is Coming for Cable Specs; David Peterson; MSN, July 1977, S. 73-78. 3. Precision coaxial cables and connectors reach 45 GHz; Jack Browne - Associate Editor; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)9, S.131,134, 136. 4. Refresh your thinking about microwave cable; John Zorzy; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)7, S.71-74. 5. Coaxial technology vies for emerging V-band applikations; Barry Manz - Manz Communications, Montville, NJ; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)7, S.35-41. 6. Semiflexible coax finds increased use for interconnects; R.D. Perelman & W.H. Stansfield - Andrew, Orland Park, IL; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)9, S.117-126. 7. Flexible assemblies match performance of semirigid cables - Product of W.L. Gore & Associates; Jack Browne - Chief Editor; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)9, S.208-209. 8. Cable & Connectors; A special suplement to Microwave Journal, Issue March 2003. 9. Firmenunterlagen von IW, Insulated Wire Incorporated, Microwave Product Division, Danbury, CT 06810, USA. Vertreter in Deutschland: Pro Nova Elektronik GmbH, Ludwigsburg. 10. Cables & Connectors; A special suplement to Microwave Journal, Issue March 2003. 11. Cables & Connectors; A special suplement to Microwave Journal, Issue March 2006.

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KNG, Kampfschiffe neuer Generation


Fregatten und Korvetten der Deutschen Marine; Stefan Nitschke; wt I/2004, S.79-84.

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Koaxialschalter
Koaxial SPDT switch controls DC to 40 GHz; Jack Browne Senior Editor; Product of RLC Electronics, Mt. Kisco, NY; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)10, S.139-140.

10. Blind-mate connectors catch on, but slowly; Allan Conrad Configuration Analysis Management, and Jack Browne Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)1, S.41-44. 11. Choose connectors for performance and cost-effectiveness; Ron Laudig - AMP, Harrisburg, PA; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)3, S.117-1123. 12. Walter Reed; Compact Electromagnetic Switches Meet Aerospace Performance Demands; MSN, June 1989, S.5056. 13. Coaxial connectors, a look to the past and future; Bruno Weinschel- Weinschel associates; MSN, February 1990, S.24-31. 14. Vibration testing simulates connectors operating conditions; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)6, S.175-181. 15. Microwave Coaxial Connector Technology: A Continuing Evolution; Mario A. Maury, Jr.; MJ, State of the Art Reference, 1990, S.39-59. 16. Microwave Devices and Circuits; Samuel Y. Liao; PrenticeHall, Intern. Editions, Inc., London, 1990. 17. Mikrowellentechnik, Grundlagen, Anwendungen, Metechnik; Gnther Ks & Peter Pauli; Franzis, Mnchen, 1991. 18. The Microwave Engineering Handbokk, Volume 1; Bradford L. Smid & Michel-Henri Carpentier, Editors; Chapman & Hall, London, 1993. 19. Suhner Coaxial Connectors General Catalogue, Edition 2001, Herisau, Schweiz. Http://www.hubersuhner.com 20. Cables & Connectors; A special suplement to Microwave Journal, Issue March 2003. 21. Cables & Connectors; A special suplement to Microwave Journal, Issue March 2006. 22. Microwave Connector choices determine system performance; Steve Thomas, Anritsu Co.; Microwaves & RF, March 2006, S.78-84, 92.

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Kommunikation, Funkkommunikation Communications

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Telecommunications impact on Strategy; T.A. Campobasso - Rockwell International; ME/C, June 1977, S.32-34. 2. Status report: Microwave Communications update - 1978; Improving SMA tests with APC3.5 hardware; Mario A. C.L. Cuccia & C. Hellman; MSN Feb./March 1976, S.21-53. Maury Jr. - Maury Microwave, Cucamonga, CA; 3. Rapid synchronization: Carrier and clock recovery for highMicrowaves, 20(1981)9, S.71-76. speed, Digital Communications; Floyd M. Gardner; MSN, Precision coaxial cables and connectors reach 45 GHz; Jack Feb./March 1976, S.57-64. Browne - Associate Editor; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)9, 4. Bandwidth conversation is essential; C. Louis Cuccia; MSN, S.131, 134, 136. October 1978, S.67-72, 161. Sexless connectors mate to 40 GHz; Ishan Bhawnani 5. Frequency division solves systems problems; Robert G. Kelvin Microwave, Woburn, MA; Microwaves & RF, Harrison; MSN, October 1978, S.97-101. 24(1985)6, S.149-153. 6. Digitized, synthesized secure voice on its way to battlefield; Comparing miniature coaxial connectors; William W. D. P. Fulghum; DE, June 1979, S.65-70. Oldfield - Wiltron, Morgan Hill, CA; Microwaves & RF, 7. DoD protected communications programm growing; DE, 24(1985)9, S.171-174. August 1979, S.77-80. 50-GHz Coaxial Connectors developed in team effort; 3 8. Internetting and ADP bolster strategic C ; Richard Hartman; MSN&CT, April 1986, S.119-121. DE, September 1979, S.55-63, 111. Team effort yields 50-GHz connectors; Jack Browne - Senior 9. Oszillator alternatives examined; Ferdo Ivanek; MSN, Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)4, S.131. November 1979, S.69-80. Feedback: Connectors; Letter to the Editors by M.A. Maury, 10. New communications jamming systems surfacing; Richard Jr., Maury Microwave, Cucamonga and Authors reply; Hartmann; DE, February 1980, S.49-59. Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)5, S.13-262. 11. Generator is cornerstone of communications simulators; Keeping account of connector standards; John Pustai, MSN, October 1980, S.148. Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)12 (November), 12. Challenges and opportunities face USAFs Tactical S.70-79. Communication; D.B. Brick & F.W. Ellersick; DE, March The 2.4-mm Connector Vital to the Future of 50-GHz Coax; 1981, S.45-55. Kachigan, K., J. Botka, and P. Watson; MSN & CT, October 1986, S.90-94.

Koaxialstecker - Coaxial Connectors

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13. Digital European backbone protects US Communications; DE, September 1981, S.120124. 14. Digital transmission of analog signals; J.F. DeLozier; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.8, No.5, Sept./Oct. 1981. 15. Meteoric bursts could keep post-attack Communications open; Irving Gottlieb - Staff Editor; DE, November 1981, S.61-69. 16. Tactical Communications Jamming; J.O. Burrough - Racal Communications; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.8, No.1, 1982, S.23-24. 17. Meteor Burst Communications, Part I: MBC advances assist 3 C objectives; Robert L. Richmond; ME/C, Vol.8, No.8, August 1982, S.68-72. 18. Meteor Burst Communications, Part II: Upgrading performance doesnt cost; Robert L. Richmond; ME/C, Vol.8, No.9, September 1982, S.56-61. 19. From smoke signals to Spread Sprectum, military Communications decides who wins the war; Irving M. Gottlieb; ME/C, Vol.8, No.12, December 1982, S.42-47. 20. Frequency Hopping techniques vary with frequency; Eric Ribchester - Racal, UK; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)3, S.97105. 3 21. Packed radios provide link for distributed, survivable C in post-attack scenarios; M. S. Frankel - SRI Intern.; MSN, June 1983, S.80-108. 22. Military Systems needs drive component demands; K.J. Sleger, Dr - Naval Research Lab; MDSH, Vol. 13, No.12, November 1983, S.15,17,20. 23. Plesseys new transceivers serve civilians and military; Bill Mitchell; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)9, S.62. 24. Expendable jammers prove indispensable; A.G.Self - Royal Signals, Worcestershire, UK; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)9, S.143-149. 25. Navy eyes Blue-Green Laser for Submarine Communication; DE, December 1984, S.26. 26. Electronic Communications Systems; George Kennedy; McGraw-Hill, New York, 1985. 27. ELF lets Subs stay deep and out of sight; David A. Boutacoff; DE, January 1985, S. 95-98. 28. NASA returns to laser communication; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)4, S.55. 29. Simulate tropospheric amplitude scintillation; M. Richaria; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)4, S.79-82. 30. Technology and capabilities for Tactical Communications Jamming; W.S. Elliott - Rockwell International; DE, May 1985, S.201-209. 31. Frequency Hop Systems for Navy Communications; Dennis Sweeney -E-Systems; DE, June 1985, S.115-124. 32. The bright outlook for Lasers; Lori A. McClelland; DE, July 1985, S.71-80. 33. Communications EW - Exploiting enemy C3 traffic; Claude Mandine; International Defense Review, 12/1985, S.73-76. 34. Digital radio systems examined - Part I, general state of the art; K. J. Leuenberger (Swiss PTT); MSN&CT, January 1986, S.81-92. 35. Digital radio systems examined - Part II, modulation and transmission; K. J. Leuenberger (Swiss PTT); MSN&CT, February 1986, S.131-143. 36. Portable combat radios get new capabilities; Jim Coghlan; DE, June 1986, S.79-87. 37. Military focuses on Laser Communications; David A. Boutacoff; DE, June 1986, S.107-112. 38. Fiber-Optic technology adopted for Military Communications; Harvey Blustain - IGI Consulting; MSN&CT, January 1987, S.32-41.

39. Digital Radio, Part 1: Modulation schemes aid digital radio growth; Hugh Walker - Hewlett-Packard, Scotland; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)2, S.75-84. 40. Frequency management improves for HF data transmission; J. Galanos, et al. - Andrew; MSN&CT, March 1987, S.24-31. 41. Digital Radio, Part 2: Gauging errors sets digital radio quality; Hugh Walker - Hewlett-Packard, Scotland; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)4, S.89-99. 42. Calculate interference, speed radio link design; Michael C. James - Spectrum Management Dept. Of Communication, Ottava, Canada; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)4, S.103-105. 43. Solid-State amplifier delivers reliable meteor-burst Communication; J.H. Johnsob - Microwave Modules & Devices; MSN&CT, September 1987, S.8-16. 44. Integrated optic components for Microwave coherent lightwave systems; J.J. Pan - E-Tek Dynamics; MSN&CT, September 1987, S.44-61. 45. Secured transmissions revolutionize military radio Communications; Daniel Brisset -Thomson-CSF; DE, November 1987, S.172-178. 46. Bookmark: Telecommunications Measurements, Analysis, and Instrumentation; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)6, S.115. 47. Eliminating multipath fading in digital radios; Ted Duffy Tekelec, Calabasas, CA; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)6, S.127-134. 48. Tactical voice Communications become user friendly; Christine Castro; DE, June 1990, S.39-46. 49. Optimize ADCs for enhanced signal processing; T. Gratzek & F. Murden - Analog Devices, Greensboro, NC; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)3, S.129-136. 50. Tactical VHF radio secures 64-kb/s data rates - Product of Harris, RF Communications, Rochester, NY; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)6, S.141-142. 51. Geeks in the wire - Technology; Clarence A. Robinson, Jr.; JED, October 2000, S.47-51. 52. Testing methods improve digital RF communications; Barry Dropping - Hewlett-Packard; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)7, S.105-109. 53. Multipath fading emulator aims at WCDMA - Product of Noise/Com, Paramus,NJ; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)13, S.254. 54. Fernmeldetechnik und Elektronik, die Abteilung FE; wt IV/2000, S.172-187. 55. A sampling of tactical transceivers - Technology Survey; Don Herskovitz; JED, May 2001, S.67-71. 56. Battlefield communications; Brendan P. Rivers; JED, June 2001, S.40-47. 57. Moderne U-Boote; Udo Ude; wt, II/2001, S.84-89. 58. Flugsicherheitsnetzwerk fr SFOR-Truppen in Bosnien: Funkkommunikationstechnik komplett von Rohde & Schwarz; Dr. Hans Waibel; R&S MIL NEWS, 5/2001, S.14-16. 59. The comm jam environment; Kenneth B. Sherman; JED, November 2001, S.53-57. 60. A sampling of voice & data security systems; Robert McGaham; JED, November 2001, S.61-64. 61. EW threats, Part 2 - Frequency ranges and guidance approaches; EW101 - Dave Adamy;JED, November 2001, S.66-67. 62. A Band for all reasons; Michael Puttre; JED, January 2002, S.49-54. 63. EW threats, Part 5 - Communications signals; EW101- Dave Adamy; JED, February 2002, S.58-59. 64. Advanced Radios ready to take the field; Peter Costa; JED, May 2002, S.48-52.

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65. A sampling of Tactical Transceivers - Technology Survey; Robert V. McGahan; JED, June 2002, S.59-63. 66. Schiffskommunikationssysteme: Verbindungen auf allen Frequenzen - sicher und geschtzt; Ulf Reissberg; R&S MIL NEWS, 6/2002, S.4-11. 67. Information & Communication System PostMan II; T.A. Kneidel & Hansjrg Herrbold; R&S MIL NEWS, 6/2002, S.2325. 68. Militrische Datenbertragungsverfahren (Datenlinks): Standards sichern die reibungslose militrische Kommunikation; Dr. Rdiger Leschhorn; R&S MIL News (2002), Nr.6, S.28-32. 69. Communication/Navigation systems; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 13, 2003, S.203-208. 70. Taktische Troposcatter - eine sinnvolle Ergnzung zu Richtfunk und SATCOM; SuT, Mrz 2003, S.27-28. 71. EW against Communications signals - Part 1; Dave Adamy; JED, June 2003, S.62-63. 72. Kommunikationstechnologie; Rainer Schwiebert, Oberstleutnant; SuT, Juli 2003, S.8-11. 73. Communications EW, Part 2 - HF Propagation; Dave Adamy; JED, July 2003, S.64-65. 74. Communications EW, Part 3 - VHF/UHF Propagation; Dave Adamy; JED, August 2003, S.62-63. 75. Communications EW, Part 4 - Additionals Factors in Communications-Signal Propagation; Dave Adamy; JED, September 2003, S.66-67. 76. Communications EW, Part 5 - Digitization; Dave Adamy; JED, October 2003, S.64-65. 77. Communications EW, Part 6 - RF Modulations for Digital Signals; Dave Adamy; JED, November 2003, S.64-65. 78. Communications EW, Part 7 - Bandwidth required for Digital Signals; Dave Adamy; JED, December 2003, S.62-63. 79. Militrische Datenbertragungsverfahren (Teil 2): Standards sichern die reibungslose Kommunikation; Rdiger Leschhorn; MIL NEWS, 2003, Nr. 7, S.20-23. 80. Communications EW, Part 8 - Communications Jamming; Dave Adamy; JED, January 2004, S.62-63. 81. Communications EW, Part 9 - Spread-Spectrum Signals; Dave Adamy; JED, February 2004, S.38-39. 82. Communications EW, Part 10 - Jamming Spread-Spectrum Signals; Dave Adamy; JED, March 2004, S.62-63. 83. Kleine Half-Loop-Antennen; Horst Kalweit - JK Industrial Services GmbH, Kempten; SuT, April 2004, S.14-17. 84. Communications EW, Part 11 - Jamming Spread-Spectrum Signals; Dave Adamy; JED, April 2004, S.64-65. 85. Communications EW, Part 12 - Locating Spread-Spectrum Emitters; Dave Adamy; JED, May 2004, S.60-61. 86. Lebenswichtige Kommunikation zwischen Abflug und Ankunft - Fliegender Antennenwald; Matthias Grnder; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2004, S.82-85. 87. Software-basierte Funkgerte - berblick und HardwareAspekte; Dr. Rdiger Leschhorn und Dr. Boyd Buchin; Neues von Rohde und Schwarz, Heft 182 (2004/II), S.58-61.

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Conformal Microstrip Antennas; Robert E. Munson; MJ, March 1988, S. 91-109. Monolithic Phased Arrays for EHF Communications Terminals; John F. Mcllvenna; MJ, March 1988, S. 113-125. Integrated Multiple Beam Microstrip Arrays; P.S. Hall & S.J. Vetterlein; MJ, Jan. 1992, S. 103-114. CAE Programm models conformal antennas - Product of Boulder Microwave Technologies, Boulder, CO; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)8, S.186. Kompakten Antennen gehrt die Zukunft; cb/dan; Mforum, Dezember 2005, S.18-19. Integrierte Antennen bei Militrflugzeugen - Unter der Oberflche; Claas Belling & Daniella Bommer; Planet aerospace, 2/2006, S.66-68.

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Konforme Treibstofftanks
World News Roundup: Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. (LMAC); AW&ST, December 9, 2002, S.21.


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Konische Abtastung Konische Antennen => Antennen Koordinatensysteme


Der Brockhaus Natutwissenschaft und Technik; F.A. Brockhaus, Mannheim & Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, Heidelberg, 2003. Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

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Kormoran
AS 34 Kormoran; IECM 2001, S.234. Kormoran, der heimliche Bruder der Exocet; Wolfgang Mhlbauer; PLANET AEROSPACE, 3/2002, S.88-91.

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Kreisel
Flugtechnik, Band 5; Jrgen Mies; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1999.

Kreisgruppenantennen => Antennen Kreuzer


1. Marine Enzyklopdie von A bis Z; Jrgen Gebauer & Egon Krenz; Tosa Verlag, Wien, 1998.

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Kreuzrahmenantennen => Antennen Kristallvideo-Empfnger => Empfnger


Typical Crystal Video Receiver; ICH, 2nd Ed., 1976/77, S.433. Anzeige von Radar Micro-Systems in MSN, August 1980, S.28

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Konforme Gruppenantennen

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Kryptologie
Kryptologie; Dr. Henner Wessel - Frauenhofer-Institut; SuT, 2/2000, S.121.

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Ein passives Speisesystem fr sphrische Antennengruppen mit variabler Amplitudenbelegung; Dr. Gerhard Seehausen - RWTH Aachen; Mikrowellen Magazin, 9(1983)4, S.418 422. 1. Untersuchungen ber beliebig geformte Mikrostreifenleitungsantennen unter Bercksichtigung von 2. Oberflchenwelleneffekten; J.R. Mosig & F.E. Gardiol; Mikrowellen Magazin, 9(1983)4, S.423-425.

Knstlicher Horizont
Cockpit Instrumente; Privatpiloten Bibliothek, Band 9; Peter Bachmann; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart; 1998. Flugtechnik; Privatpiloten Bibliothek, Band 5; Jrgen Mies; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1999.

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Knstliche Intelligenz, KI - Artificial Intelligence, AI


An AI Approach to Information Fusion; T.D. Garvey & J.D. Lowrance; JED, July 1984, S.31-41. Artificial Intelligence in 2000 A.D.; Jan David Wald Honeywell; DE, July 1985, S.111-113. The future of Artificial Intelligence in defense; Brian P. McCune; DE, July 1985, S.114-115. Artificial Intelligence: A New Dimension in EW; Thomas H. Greer; DE; September 1985, S.191-206. Artificial Intelligence: A new dimension in EW; T.H. Greer; DE, October 1985, S.108-128. AI Issues for real time systems; E.M. Drogin; DE, August 1986, S.150-160. B-1B maintenance diagnostics gain long memory; David Papenhausen; DE, September 1986, S.73-76. AI: The technology that wasnt; Garry R. Martins; DE, December 1986, S.56-59.

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Kleine Half-Loop-Antennen; Horst Kalweit - JK Industrial Services GmbH, Kempten; SuT, April 2004, S.14-17.

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KZO, Kleinfluggert Zielortung

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Kurskreisel
Flugtechnik, Band 5; Jrgen Mies; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1999.

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Kurslageanzeiger (HSI)
Cockpit Instrumente; Privatpiloten Bibliothek, Band 9; Peter Bachmann; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart; 1998.

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Kurzwellen
Signalbertragung; Harald Schumny; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1978. Hochfrequenztechnik in Funk und Radar; Professor HansGeorg Unger; Teubner Studienskripten, Stuttgart, 1994.

KZO - das fliegende Auge ber dem Gefechtsfeld; Technische Unterlage von STN ATLAS Elektronik, 21405.00. 2. Anwendung der Drohnentechnologie fr das Heer; Bernhard Frhr. V. Bothmer; Wehrtechnischer Report, Schlsseltechnologien fr das Heer, D46892, 11/2000, S.2931. 3. Luftfahrzeuge und Luftfahrtgertetechnik, die Abteilung LG; wt IV/2000, S.146. 4. Drohnen - Die unbemannte Aufklrung; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt II/2001, S.56-64. 5. Entscheidungen zur Ausrstung der Bundeswehr; SuT, Januar 2002, S.4-5. 6. KZO, TAIFUN - Mittel zum Kampf in der Tiefe; Otto Fior Oberstleutnant, BMVg; WTR Ausrstung Heer, Januar 2002, S.29-39. 7. KZO und die Artillerie der Zukunft: Fhrung, Aufklrung, Wirkung; Manfred Lehnigk - STN Atlas Elektronik, Bremen; SuT, Mai 2002, S.43-47. 8. Recce expansion - German army plans to field UVA to support artillery operations; R. Wall (Bonn) & M.A. Taverna (Paris); AW&ST, November 17, 2003, S.34. 9. Drohnen in der Bundeswehr - Die aufstrebende Waffe; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt/III, 2004, S.44-51. 10. Przise Daten - sichere Entscheidung; D. Keller & L. Schulz; Strategie und Technik, Januar 2005, S.26-27. 11. KZO bergeben; Strategie und Technik, Januar 2007, S.15.

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L Band => Frequenzbandbezeichnungen L-3 Communications

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2. Transatlantic defence tie-up planned - A background of acquisitions; Paul Lewis; Flight International, No. 4785, Vol. 159, 19-25 June 2001, S.6. L.3s acquisition of AIS alters competive field; Antony I. Velocci, Jr; AW&ST, January 21, 2002, S.37. AW&ST 2003 Aerospace Source Book, January 13, 2003; L-3 Communications, S.300. 1.

SETAC: Anflug- und Landesystem fr die 80er Jahre; Guntram Minkwitz - SEL, Stuttgart; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.8, No.6, 1982, S.680-684. The application of Imaging Sensors to Aircraft landings in adverse weather; Stuart W. Greenwood - Uni of Maryland; MJ, September 1992, S.80-89.

Langdrahtantennen => Antennen LANTIRN


Lantirn modernization and the defense industry; Michael Kachmar - Associate Editor; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)12 (December), S.33. Opening the night window; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)3, S.33. Lantirn: A technical report; D. W. Kelly & M.C.Spear; DE, September 1986, S.63-68. Lantirn gives Tomcat night attack role; W.B. Scott; AW&ST, June 1996, S.40-43. Lantirn selected for Danish F-16 MLU; B. Rivers - EC Monitor JED, February 1999, S.30. Scharfer Blick; Karl Schwarz; FLUGREVUE, Okt. 2002, S.5053. Enhanced Lantirn; William B. Scott; AW&ST, July 21, 2003, S.44-48. Amercan Eagles; Steve Davis; Air International, April 2004, S.50-55.

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LAAS, Local Area Augmentation System


LAAS, to be or not to be? The FAA is exploring whether WAAS and onboard avionics are a LAAS alternative; David Hughes (Washington); AW&ST, January 31, 2005, S.41-42. Ground-Based Augmentation Military and Civil Programs; Adrian Gerold; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, February 2006. Ladar => Lidar 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

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LAIRCM, Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures


Protecting the big boys: Directed IR countermeasures for large Aircraft Programs; JED, December 2000, S.47-50. LAIRCM proposals submitted -EC Monitor; B. Rivers; JED, February 2001, S.26. LIFE closes the loop - A DIRCM technology once shelved as ahead of ist time scores a hit; ec monitor - Michael Puttrrrre; JED, July 2001, S.24-25. Northrop Grumman gets LAIRCM award; ec monitor; JED, November 2001, S.33. EC Monitor: LAIRCM for USAF Transporters; Brendan P. Rivers; JED, October 2002, S.34. USAF wants LAIRCM - Start; Americas Report, Brendan P. Rivers; JED, February 2003, S.20 Protecting the sky trains; Brendan P. Rivers; JED, June 2003, S.55-59.

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Laser, Laserkommunikation, Laserwaffen

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10. Todesstrahlen aus Laserwaffen ? Dr H. Bender; SuT, 1971, S.508-515. 11. Laser Tracking concept under development; EW/DE, April 1978, S.31-33. 12. Space Laser Communications Airborne; EW/DE, October 1978, S.49-53. 13. Military users for Lasers increase; John Beach, DE, November 1979, S.81-89. 14. Improving Laser Warning; William L. Janning - Systems Research Laboratories; DE, April 1981, S.90-94. LAMPS LAMPS MK III; George Houser, ME/C, Vol.4, No.10, October 15. Laser Weapons, Tactical Lasers: Moving toward lethality, Part 1; Jeff Hecht; ME/C, Vol.8, No.6, June 1982, S.42-46. 1978, S.34,36,40,41. 16. Laser Weapons, Strategic Laser Weapons, Part 2; Jeff LAMPS lights the way to new Soviel Subs; Paul R. Jaszka; Hecht; ME/C, Vol.8, No.7, July 1982, S.16-19. DE, March 1989, S.62-67. 17. Laser Weapons, High-energy Lasers for Weapons Kampfhubschrauber, Technik, Bewaffnung, Typen; Karl applications, Part 3; Jeff Hecht; ME/C, Vol.8, No.8, August Mller Verlag, Erlangen 1998. 1982, S.73-75. US Navy buys IR ranging and detection systems; S. Mallegol 18. Design considerations for deep-space transmitters; Morris -EC Monitor; JED, July 1999, S.33-34. Katzman; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)1, S.94-98. 19. Laser Battlefield Simulation reaches new levels of LAN sophistication; John M. Keating & Rudolph R. Gammarino; Zivile Informationstechnik militrisch genutzt - Konzeption ME/C, Vol.9, No.2, February 1983, S.40-42. und Betrieb von LAN fr verlegbare militrische 20. The bright outlook for Lasers; Lori A. McClelland; DE, July Hauptquartiere und Stbe; Hauptmann Dipl.-Inf. Frank 1985, S.71-80. Ender - Fernmeldetruppe der Bundeswehr; SuT, November 21. Semiconductor Lasers expand their Military applications; 2002, S.22-29. Thomas E. Stockton -STC Defense Systems; DE, October 1986, S.101-106. Landesysteme

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22. Lasers: The battlefield tools of tomorrow are here; James W. Rawles; DE, July 1989, S.73-78. 23. The Laser and its Military applications: A primer; Paul R. Jaszka: DE, July 1989, S.80-83. 24. Laser weapons on the battlefield; James W. Rawles; DE, August 1989, S.77-86. 25. Laser countermeasures developed for tactical Aircraft; Bruce D. Nordwall; AW&ST, Vol.147, No.17, October 27, 1997, S.52-53. 26. Mittel- und Hochenergielaser; Jrgen Kohlhoff, SuT, 4/1999, S.218. 27. EO/IR, Part 6 - Laser Target Designator - EW101 Tutorial; Dave Adamy; JED, August 2001, S.60-61. 28. LIFE closes the loop - A DIRCM technology once shelved as ahead of its time scores a hit; ec monitor - Michael Puttrrrre; JED, July 2001, S.24-25. 29. Laserfunk zwischen Himmel und Weltraum, PLANET AEROSPACE, 4/2002, Okt.-Nov.-Dez., S.49-49. 30. Northrop Grumman selected to demonstrate Laser Communication technology; Defense News; Microwave Journal, November 2004, S.51.

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LeFlaSys Fhigkeitslcke geschlossen, Leichtes Flugabwehrsystem bei der Truppe; Jrgen Erbe; SuT, August 2001, S.15-18. Das Leicte Flugabwehrsystem (LeFlaSys); Detlef H. Keller Oberstleutnant a.D.; WTR Ausrstung Heer, Januar 2002, S.40-44.

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Leistungsmesser - Power Meter


Techniques explained for CW Power measurement; B. O. Weinschel, Ch. W. Hancock & R. C. Powell - Weinschell Engineering; MSN&CT, May 1986, S.78-103. Peak Powe Meters, 30 MHz to 40 GHz; Series 8500; Beilage von Wavetek Microwave, Sunnyvale, CA, in Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)8. Sensitive meters probe the limits of microwave power; Robert M. Clarke - Freelance Writer, Marblehead, MA; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)5, S.241-252. Single-channel power meter reaches 50 GHz - HewlettPackard Product; Jack Browne - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)5, S.263-265. Peak-power meter measures pulse levels from 3 MHz to 40 GHz; Product of Boonton Electronics, Randolph, NJ; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)7, S.148. Power meters offer flexible test capabilities; Product of Gugatronics, San Ramon; CA; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)1, S.134. Power meters add speed and power to test line - Product of Hewlett-Packard, Santa Clara, CA; Jack Browne Associate Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)5, S.209-212. Analyzers measure peak power up to 40 GHz - Product of Boonton Electronics, Parsippany, NJ; Victor Ferrote, Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)8, S.194-196. Microwave power meter adds potent options - Product of Krytar, Sannyvale, CA; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)10, S.146. Peak power meter probes wide bandwidths - Product of Boonton Electronics, Parsippany, NJ; Jack Browne Associate Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)6, S.147. Choose the best power meter for Your communications test needs; Anzeige von Giga-tronics, San Ramon, CA, in Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)13, S.24-25. Instrument advances enable high-speed power measurements; ken Harvey - Anritsu, Morgan Hill, CA; Microwaves & RF, 38(1999)1, S.59-64. Power meters measure wide-ranging levels; Jack Browne Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 38(1999)1, S.101-108. Fast meter gauges next-generation power - Product of Giga-tronics, San Ramon, CA; Jack Browne Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 38(1999)1, S.132-135. Use a sampling power meter to determone the characterisrics of RF and microwave devices - Part 1; Eric Breakenridge - AT UK, South Queensferry, UK; Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)9, S.81-90. Use a sampling power meter to determone the characterisrics of RF and microwave devices - Part 2; Eric Breakenridge - AT UK, South Queensferry, UK; Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)10, S.97-104,122.

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Laser Countermeasures => Laser Laserentfernungsmesser => Laser Lasergelenkte Bomben => LGB Laserzielbeleuchter => Laser Laserwarnsensoren, LWS => Laser Lasint => Laser Laufzeitrhren LCD, Liquid Crystall Diode

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Nanomotoren aus Flssigkristallen; Christian Tolksdorf, et 9. al., Physik in Unserer Zeit, 33(2002)3, S.130-136. Farbige Displays aus Lsung; Klaus Meerholz, Uni Kln; Physik in Unserer Zeit, 34(2003)3, S.105-106. 10. Groes Bild fr guten Durchblick - Neue Display-Tchnologie im Fighter-Cockpit; Karl Schwarz; FLUGREVUE, Juni 2004, S.78-83. 11.

LDMOS, Lateraly-Defused Metall-OxideSemiconductor

2.

MOSFET devices, Part 1: Understanding LDMOS device fundamentals; John Pritiskutch & Dr. Brett Hanson - ST Microelectronics, Montgomeryville, PA; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)7, S.114-116. LDMOS delivers 500 W for IFF systems Product of GHz Technology, Santa Clara, CA; R. Olso, et al; Microwaves & RF, 40(2002)8, S.185-190.

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15. Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; Gerhard Hubatschek (Hrsg.), Report Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 1999. Leichtes Flugabwehrsystem (LeFlaSys), Typenblatt, SuT, 16. 2/1999, S.111-112. German improved-HARD order quantified; Martin Streetly European Report; JED, January 2000, S.18. Das leichte Flugabwehrsystem LeFlaSys auf WIESEL 2; WT, IV/2000, S.69. Leistungssensoren Das Leichte Flugabwehrsystem: Detlef H. Keller; SuT, Februar 2001, S.31-34. 1. Techniques explained for CW Power measurement; B. O. Weinschel, Ch. W. Hancock & R. C. Powell - Weinschell Engineering; MSN&CT, May 1986, S.78-103.

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Wide-range sensors gauges power of complex signals; Ron 15. Fiber optics takes hold for analog applications; Jeff Hogan - Hewlett-Packard, Santa Rosa, CA; Microwaves & Montgomery, et al. - ElectroniCast, San Mateo, CA; RF, 38(1999)9, S.128-137. Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)2, S.47-48. 16. Fiber-Optic Technology adopted for Military Communications; Harvey Blustain - IGI Consulting; Leistungsteiler/Kombinierer => Signalverarbeitung MSN&CT, January 1987, S.32-41. Power Divider/Combiners: Small size, big specs; Richard C. 17. Die Glasfaser, das bertragungsmedium der Zukunft; HFWebb - Magnavox, Fort Wayne, IN; Microwaves, Report, Mai 1987, S.86-89. 20(1981)11, S.67-74. 18. Datenbertragung auf Lichtleitern erreicht neue Power Splitters; Anzeige-Beilage von Mini-Circuits, Dimensionen; HF-Report, Mai 1987, S.97-98. Brooklyn, NY; Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)3. 19. Leap seen for microwave fiber-optics; J. Montgomery & J. Choosing to combine or divide power; Jack Browne Ryan- ElectroniCast, San Mateo, CA; Microwaves & RF, Publischer/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 43(2004)7, S.33-40. 26(1987)6, S.53-56. 20. The Fiber-Optics Link to future systems; T.R. Joseph & W.E. Leitungslinsen-Antennen Stephens - TRW; MSN&CT, June 1987, S.59-65. Taschenbuch der Hochfrequenztechnik, Bd.2, 5. Aufl., S.N54, von Meinke-Gundlach, Springer Verlag, Berlin, 1992. 21. Military taps into optical fiber; James Vernon; DE, June 1987, S.153-163. 22. Fiber Optics and Opto-Electronics for Radar and Electronic Lenkverfahren => Flugkrperlenkung Warfare applications; J.J. Pan - E-Tek Dynamics; MSN&CT, October 1987, S.30-43. LFK NG leFla 23. LWL etwas nher betrachtet; HF-Report, February 1988, Lenkflugkrper fr die leichte Flugabwehr; Gerhard Reis S.6-7. Oberstleutnant; Soldat und Technik, 10/2000, S.663-667. 24. Mit der Glasfaser allein ist es nicht getan: LWLNetzkomponenten verbinden und berwachen; Friedhelm LET, Licht emittierende Transistoren Kerkau; HF-Report, Februar 1988, S.68-70. Physics News, Physik in unserer Zeit, 35(2004)2, S.62. 3 25. Optical Fiber and tomorrows C I systems; James C. Vernon; DE, June 1988, S.62-69. Lichtwellenleiter, LWL 26. Optics illuminate next-generation radar systems; M. Optical fiber communications; MSN, Feb./March 1976, Lawrence - BT&D Technologies, Ipswich, Sufolk, UK; S.16A-16G. Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)6, S.165-191. Fiber Optics use IC interface; B. Stephen & T. Bunch; DE, 27. Dielektrische Wellenleiter fr 18 bis 100 GHz. Die flexible August 1979, S.106-107. Ergnzung zur starren Hohlleitertechnologie; Jochen Lsch; Fiber Optics - Wire of the future/present? J.J. Concordia, et Mikrowellen Magazin, Vol. 14, No. 7, 1988, S.656-658. al. - GTE Sylvania Systems Group; ICH, 6th Ed., 1980/81, 28. Probleme bei LWL-Steckern; Hans-Jrgen Rschenbaum; S.384-398. Elektronik Journal / Ausgabe Messtechnik 1/89, S.72-74. Manufactoring communication-grade glass optic fiber; W. 29. Ships transfer data on Fiber-Optic cables; T. Felisky & G.W. Edward Naugler, Jr.; ME/C, Vol.7, No.4, April 1981, S.50-52. Macheel; DE, March 1989, S.69-76. Fiber optics in Military communications; C. Louis Cuccia; 30. Fiber Optics for Microwave/Millimeter-Wave Phased ME/C, Vol.7, No.4, April 1981, S.58-63 Arrays; J.J. Pan - E-Tek Dynamics; MSN, July 1989, S.48-54. MIL fiber optics enhance defense capabilities. Directories: 31. Fiber Optics Basics; MSN, August 1989, S.46. Product Listings & Manufaturers; ME/C, Vol.7, No.4, June 32. Fiber-optic links quell leaks in recon receivers; Judith A. Kay 1981, S.79-86. - Watkins-Johnson, San Jose, CA; Microwaves & RF, Communications enhanced by air-layable Fiber Optic cable; 29(1990)9, S.87-96. Dr. H. Wichanski & X.G. Glavas; ME/C, Vol.7, No.10, 33. Fiber-optic delay lines aid radar signal processing; G. October 1981, S.56-57. Grimes & L.A. Stark - Ortel, Alhambra, CA; Microwaves & Optical waveguides for the 1980s; Dr. H.L. Charies & F. RF, 30(1991)5, S.219-221. Quan; ME/C, Vol.7, No.10, October 1981, S.103-106. 34. Analog Fiber-Optic links with intrinsic gain; C.H. Cox, III Military Fiber-Optic links: Can they take the heat? Antonio MIT; MJ, September 1992, S.90-99. N. Paolantonio; Microwaves, 21(1982)3, S.88G-88H. 35. Low-noise amplifiers boost fiber-optic data systems Nachrichtenbertragung mit Licht - Ein neues Product of MITEQ, Hauppauge, NY; Microwaves & RF, bertragungsmedium fr vielfltige Anwendungsbereiche; 36(1997)6, S.130. W. Ludloff & E. Gauger - Richard Hirschman, Esslingen; 36. Converting signals in SDH/SONET systems; Andreas Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.8, No.5, 1982, S.580-590. Muelschein - Maxim Integrated Products, Sunnyvale, CA; Fiber-Optic technology takes to the air; Theodore J. Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)6, S.189-201. Urbanik; ME/C, Vol.8, No.10, October1982, S.32-36. 37. Glasfaser-bertragungsstrecke bis 13-GHz-Signale; Fiber Optics for Electronic Warfare applications surveyed; Mikrowellen Zeitung, Ausgabe 2000, S.3-5 - Publikation von Adrian E. Popa; ICH, 8th Ed.,1982/83, S.301-305. Parzich GmbH, Puergen. Das Lichtwunder in der Kommunikationstechnik; John 38. Fiber-optic link connects 10-GHz signals; D. Krautheimer, Williamson - BSc, London; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.10, M. Syed & D. Sundberg - MITEQ, Hauppauge, NY; No.3, 1984, S.299-300. Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)4, S.133-139. Coherent detection: Where light meets radio; Michael 39. Optical systems look to 10 Gb/s and beyond; Jack Browne Kachmar - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)2, Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)7, S.29-34.. S.34-38. 40. Seeking light at the end of the fiber; Jack Browne Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 41(2002)2, S.33-44.

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41. Entwicklungsreif: TRIFOM/POLYPHEM; Wolfram Lautner; Planet aerospace, 3/2002, S.36-37. 42. Fiber Optic Links; Anzeige von Miteq in MRF, 43(2004)10, S.11. [www.miteq.com]. 43. Standards to tie Fiber Optics together; Charlotte Adams; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, November 2005.


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Logarithmisch-Periodische Antennen Logarithmische Verstrker


Approach performs RF detection directly; J. Greichen & E. Nash - Analog Devices, Wilmington, MA; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)9, S.84-87. Taschenbuch der Hochfrequenztechnik; Meinke Gundlach; Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1992, 2.4, S.F25. Ultrafast wideband microwave logarithmic amplifiers; Anzeige von MITEQ in Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)13, S.71. Design a logamp RF pulse detector; Eamon Nash - Analog Devices, Wilmington, MA; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)1, S.62-71.

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Lidar
Laser Radar delivered for autonomous missile guidance; J.R.R.; DE, July 1992, S.19. Waffentechnik - Raketen unter Wasser; Steven Ashley; Spektrum der Wissenschaft, August 2001, S.62-69.

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Linearantennen => Antennen Linescanner => Infrarot-Sensoren Linsenantennen => Antennen


2. Lenses can upgrade mm-wave antennas; T. Milligan & J. McDonell - Martin Marietta, Denver, CO; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)9, S.103-108.

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Lokaloszillator, Local Oscillator


Local oscillators for Frequency Agile systems; P. Weissgla & S. Svensson; MJ, Jan. 1977, S.35-38. Local oscillator phase noise; C. J. Grebenkemper; W J Technotes, Vol. 8, No 6, Nov./Dec. 1981.

Look-Through
Look-Through and LPI; Dave Adamy - EW101 Tutorial; JED, May 1998, S.64-65. EW101 A First Course in Electronic Warfare; David Adamy; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 2001.

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Litening
Texas Vipers; Ted Carlson; FLUGREVUE, Oktober 2002, S.47-49. Scharfer Blick; Karl Schwarz; FLUGREVUE, Oktober 2002, S.50-53. On the Mark; Robert Wall; AW&ST, March 31, 2003, S.5556. Litening Strike; AFM, June 2003, S.12. Per Laser punktgenau ins Ziel; Patrick Hoeveler; FLUG REVUE, September 2005, S.42-43. Litening strikes in Australia; P. Brendan; JED, November 2005, S.36-40.

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LORAN => Funknavigation LPI-Radar

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Some considerations for Low Probability of Intercept Radar; John R. Forrest; DE, August 1983, S.97-103. 2. Challenge Remains in Designing LPI Radar; J. R. Forrest (Uni College London); MSN, December 1983, S.64A-64H. 3. Radar and Communications Low Probability of Intercept; Littoral Combat Ship John R. Forrest; ICH, 1985, S.287-293. Euronaval 2004; Dieter Stockfisch; Strategie und Technik, 4. Low-Propability-of-Detection Radar designs challenge Januar 2005, S.42-47. Tactical ESM capabilities; David B. Hoisington; ICH, 1986, S.350-354. 5. Low probability of intercept signals (Part 1) - Frequency LMDS, Local Multipoint-Distribution System Hoppers; Dave Adamy - EW 101 Tutorial; JED, June 1998, Low-cost manufactoring holds the key to LMDS success; F. S.56-57. Javier, et al. - Universidad Politecnica de Madrid; 6. LPI signals - chirp signals (Part II); Dave Adamy - EW 101 Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)5, S.59-66,185. Tutorial; JED, July 1998, S.60-61. Considering antenna options for LMDS; Dr. Jamal S. Izadian - AntennEM Communications, San Jose, CA; Microwaves & 7. Low probability of intercept signals - Direct-Sequence Spread-Spectrum Signals; Dave Adamy - EW 101 Tutorial; RF, 40(2001)11, S.65-74,107. JED, August 1998, S.62-63. 8. Low probability of intercept signals - Some real-world LOCAAS, Low Cost Autonomous Attack System considerations; Dave Adamy - EW 101 Tutorial; JED, Gelenkte Waffen; Christian Hauser; FLIEGERREVUE, 7/2002, September 1998, S.64-65. S.23-27. 9. Radar - LPI Radars (Part 9); Dave Adamy - EW 101 Tutorial; Seek and destroy; Michael Russell Rip & James M Hasik; JED, January 2001, S.66-67. AFM, June 2003, S.52-57. 10. Radar - LPI Radars (Part 10, Cont.); Dave Adamy - EW 101 Tutorial; JED, February 2001, S.66-67. Lockheed Martin 11. EW101 A First Course in Electronic Warfare; David Adamy; Http://www.lockheedmartin.com Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 2001. Widening the Aperture: EWs top 25; Byron Callan; JED, May 1998, S.33-38. LPRF Radar AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 1999, S.292. 1. Albrecht Ludloff: Handbuch Radar und Top 25 EW 2001; B. Callan & M. Lynch; JED, May 2001, Radarsignalverarbeitung; Vieweg, S.59-52. Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, 1993 Ein Konzern stellt sich vor: Lockheed Martin; Peter 2. George W. Stimson: Introduction to Airborne Radar; 2nd Preylowski; SuT, Mai 2002, S.28-30. Edition, IEE, Michael Faraday House, Stevenage, UK, 1998 Lockheed Martin-Beilage in AW&ST, December 30, 2002, S.61-80 [S1-S20].

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7. LSI Technology, Part I; Saul Zatz - Martin Marietta, Orlando, 8. FL; Countermeasures, January 1977, S.30,35,36. LSI Technology, Part II; Saul Zatz - Martin Marietta, Orlando, FL; Countermeasures, February 1977, S.22,23,53. 9.

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Luftbetankung
Luftbetankung; Unterstzzung des MATO-E-3A-Verbandes durch die Air National Guard; Andreas Hunold; SuT, September 2003, S.38-41.

Wo stehet die deutsche Luftverteidigung; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt IV/2003, S.81-84. Die deutsche Luftverteidigung - Mit SAMOC und MEADS auf neuen Wegen; Jrgen Ppelmann; wt II/2004, S.64-69. Air-Defence for the 21st Century, Part One; Tim Ripley; Air International, June 2004, S.59-61. 10. Air-Defence for the 21st Century, Part Two; Tim Ripley; Air International, July 2004, S.76-80. 11. Kampf gegen Raketen; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt, I/2005, S.23-29.

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Luftfahrtindustrie
Die Rstungsindustrie in Deutschland; Dieter Hanel; SuT, August 2003, S.15-21. Die Bundeswehr und die deutsche Rstungsindustrie; Dieter Hanel; Bernard & Graefe Verlag, Bonn, 2003.

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Luft/Boden-Flugkrper
Fit fr die Zukunft - Die Rstungsplanungen fr die Flugabwehrraketenverbnde der Luftwaffe; Heinz Wohak Oberst i.G., Luftwaffe; SuT, 2/2000, S.93-99. Moderne Luft/Boden-Bewaffnung der Luftwaffe; K. Hringer & B. Jelinek; SuT, Januar 2003, S.30-36.

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Luftverteidigung - Air Defense => Flugabwehr


Electronic Warfare Principles; Chapter 3 , Introduction to Air Defense; Air Force Pamphlet, AFP 51-3; 1. September 1978. Fhrungssysteme der Luftverteidigung, Beitrag von Hans Gillert, Dr.-Ing., in Elektronik in der Luftverteidigung; Bernard & Graefe Wehr und Wirtschaft, Koblenz 1984. Operative Grundlagen der Luftverteidigung; Horst Martin; Beitrag in Das europische Jagdflugzeug Eurofighter, Report Verlag GmbH, Bonn und Frankfurt a.M., D46892, 6/98, S.4-8. Fit fr die Zukunft - Die Rstungsplanungen fr die Flugabwehrraketenverbnde der Luftwaffe; Heinz Wohak Oberst i.G., Luftwaffe; SuT, 2/2000, S.93-99. Erweiterte Luftverteidigung, Sachstand und Ausblick zur Flugkrper-Abwehr; Dr.-Ing. Karl-Heinz Allgaier - EADS/LFK; SuT, April 2001, S.22-28. Luftverteidigung ist knftig Aufgabe aller Teilstreitkrfte; Kapitnleutnant Andreas Uhl - Marinefhrungssysteme Wilhelmshaven; SuT, Juli 2002, S.7-

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Luft/Luft-Flugkrper
Bewaffnung fliegender Plattformen, 2. Fachtagung, 7. Mai 2002; SuT, Mrz 2002, S.38-39. Air-to Air Missile directory 2004; Rob Hewson; Air International, September 2004, S.45-57.

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LUNA
LUNA auf dem Vormarsch; rj; SuT, November 2002, S.4. Aufklrungsfhigkeiten der Artillerie im Heer der Zukunft; Oberst Heinrich Fischer - Artillerieschule; SuT, November 2002, S.13-18. LUNA und ALADIN; pp; SuT, Oktober 2004, S.44. Drohnen in der Bundeswehr - Die aufstrebende Waffe; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt/III, 2004, S.44-51. LUNA - Luftgesttzte Unbemannte NahaufklrungsAusstattung; Gnter Selbert; wt IV/2005, S.90-94. LUNA - Eine Erfolgsgeschichte; Frank Wasgindt, Oberstleutnant, BMVg; SuT, Oktober 2007, S.28-32.

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M Band => Frequenzbandbezeichnungen M3AR, M3SR, M3TR


Http://www.m3tr.rohde-schwarz.com M3TR - universal software radio for the digital battlefield; Ulrich Otto; R&S MIL NEWS, 1999/II, S.3-6. Digital Reprogrammable Software Radio R&S M3SR: Software Radios lsen konventionelle Funkgerte ab; Robert Vielhuber; R&S MIL NEWS, 6/2002, S.20-22. Rohde & Schwarz: Taktische Kommunikation - neu definiert. M3TR - fr den Weg in die Zukunft; Anzeige in wt IV/2003, S.26. Software Defined Radio System R&S M3TR - Digitale taktische Funknetze mit MIL-STD-188-220B; Dr. Gnter Greiner; MIL NEWS (von Rohde & Schwarz), (2004), Nr. 8, S.4-11. Softwaredefinierte Funkgerte - Die Funkgertefamilie R&S M3xR von Rohde & Schwarz im Einsatz; Dr. Rdiger Leschhorn - R&S; Strategie und Technik, August 2005, S.2829.

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Phase noise performance of Magnetrons; W.E. Garrigus Ford Aerospace; MJ, July 1977, S.59-64, 73. Mikrowellen; Gnter Nimitz; Carl Hanser, Mnchen-Wien, 1980. Millimetre Wave Magnetrons, Firmenunterlagen von English Electric Valve Co Ltd, Enland, UK, 1981. Magnetrons offer advantages in coherent transmitters (Radar); B. Vyse, M.O. White; MSN, October 1983, S.118127. Tuning-Fork design improves Magnetron performance in Frequency-Agile Radars; A.H. Pickering & G.J. Rowlands (EEV); MSN&CT, June 1986, S.70-73. 60-Megawatt Magnetron developed; S.G.; DE, January 1992, S.21.

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Maigret
Http://www.mrcm.net MRCM-Anzeige in JED, September 2004, S.6. MRCM Systems: MAIGRET 5000, Combined Naval RESM, ELINT, CESM, COMMINT and SIGINT System; Version 05/2004. Marinefunksystem MAIGRET 5000; www.eads.net.

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MAD
Anti-Submarine Warfare Oceanography, Part III; Roland J. Starkey, Jr.; ME/C, Vol.7, No.7, July 1981, S.67-72. Advanced integrated MAD system - AIMS; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.13, No.6, 1987, S.625-629.

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Mako
Air Force Special - Militrfuftfahrt heute, No.2; GeraNova Zeitschriftenverlag GmbH, Mnchen, 2000-2. Mako light Combat Aircraft and Advanced Trainer; Firmenprospekt: EADS Military Aircraft, Mnchen, Nr. 310 02/01. Mako, Prototyp soll 2005 startklar sein; Daniela Bommer; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr.4. Juli-September 2001, S.58-59. Mako - Ein Flugzeug fr ein modernes Ausbildungskonzept; Peter Preylowski; SuT, Mai 2002, S.22-23. EADS Mako; Alan Dawes, AIR International, May 2002, S.284-290. Training fr Piloten von morgen - Mako HEAT; dan; Mforum, Juni 2003, S.8-9. Mako Heat - Ein Trainer fast wie ein Jger; Daniela Bommer; Planet aerospace, Okt.-Nov.-Dez. 4/2003, S.4243.

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Magnetblasenspeicher - Magnetic Bubble Memory


Megabit-level Magnetic Bubble Memory impacts military computer systems; Bernard C. Cole; DE, September 1979, S.69-77. Magnetic Bubble Memories: Technology and applications; W.A. Bellmer & E.R. Davis; ME/C, Vo.7, No.8, August 1981, S.67-70, 89, 90. The Bubble Memory option; Carol Weisenstein - Intel; DE, September1985, S.97-104. Bubbles on the rise; P.V. Cooper & P.M. Maclntosh -Plessey Microsystems; DE, June 1986, S.139-149. Bubble subsystems challenge conventional memories; Barry Lieberman, et al.; DE, December 1986, S.107-114. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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Magnetostatics
Beyond SAW Filters: Magnetostatics Show Promise; J.M. Owens & C.V. Smith, Jr.; MSN, June 1979, S.44-48. Magnetostatics Promise Analog Processing at Microwave Frequencies; J.C. Sethares; MSN, March 1981, S.82-99. Advanced Microwave signal processing in Telecommunications, Radar, and Elelectronic-Warfare Systems; Fulvio Ananasso, et al.; MSN&CT, October 1987, S.108-126.

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Manpads
Ground-Based Manpads defense; John Porcello - L3 Communications; JED, May 2004, S.55-59. The complexity of civil Counter MANPADS; Adrian Gerold; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, April 2005. Counter Manpads: Live-fire finale? Ed McKenna; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, 1. July 2007.

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Marine
Weltweit anerkannt - der deutsche Marineschiffbau; Werner Schttelndreyer; wt III/1999, S.39-41. Marinefhrungssystem - Teil I; Michael Droste; wt III/2000, S.28-34. Marinefhrungssystem - Teil II; Michael Droste; wt, I/2001, S.54-60. Marine-Enzyklopdie von A bis Z; Jrgen Gebauer & Egon Krenz; Tosa Verlag, Wien, 2003.

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Magnetron
Magnetrons; Hinkel, K. Dr.; Philips Technische Bibliothek, 1961. Mikrowellen; A.J. Baden Fuller; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1974.

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Fhrung von Streitkrften im Frieden; Lutz Feldt, Vizeadmiral, Inspekteur der Deutschen Marine; SuT, Februar 2004, S.48-52. Weiterentwicklung der Fhrungsuntersttzung - Network Centric Warfare; Fregattenkapitn Franz-Dietmar Dahmann - Referent im BMVg; SuT, April 2004, S.42-48. Die Deutsche Marine 2004; Stefan Nitschke; wt II/2004, S.51-58. Marineschiffbau in Deutschland - Bericht zur Lage; Dieter Stockfisch; SuT, September 2004, S.66-68.

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MARS/MLRS
Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; Gerhard Hubatschek (Hrsg), Report Verlag, Frankfurt a/M, 1999, S.148. EADS entwickelt Feuerleitsystem fr MLRS; dk; SuT, Juli 2003, S.5. Raketenwerfer MARS; Klaus-Jrg Himstedt; SuT, Oktober 2004, S.31-33.

MBDA Missile Systems; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr.4. JuliSeptember 2001, S.50-53 6. Leserbrief - Lserforum; SuT, November 2001, S.66. 7. European Missile manufacturers merge; European Report Brendan P. Rivers; JED, February 2002, S.20. 8. MBDA auf allen Mrkten prsent; Stephane Ferrard; PLANET AEROSPACE, 2/2002, S.14-17. 9. MBDA, Matra BAe Dynamics ALenia; SuT, April 2002, S.41. 10. MBDA Firmengruppe im Dienst der Verteidigung; PLANET AEROSPACE, 4/2002 (Okt.-Nov.-Dez.), S.38-41. 11. MBDA in Europa bei schiffsgesttzten Flugkrpern fhrend; Pierre Bayle; PLANET AEROSPACE, 4/2004, S.38-41.


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MC A => E-10A MC A MCCIS


Weiterentwicklung der Fhrungsuntersttzung - Network Centric Warfare; Fregattenkapitn Franz-Dietmar Dahmann - Referent im BMVg; SuT, April 2004, S.42-48.

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Marschflugkrper - Cruise Missiles


The dawn of a new era - Cruise Missiles; Bill Walsh; Countermeasures,Vol.3, No.1, January 1977, S.20-26, 52. Special Report: Cruise Missile Technology; MSN, September 1977, S.53-79. The Multirole Cruise Missile; Bill Walsh; ME/C, Vol.4, No.9, September 1978, S.42-48. U.S. Cruise Missiles gird Strategic Defense; Floyd C. Painter; DE, November 1988, S.38-41.

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MCT
Passive Flugkrperwarner; Ingo Schwaetzer, Diehl BGT Defence; Strategie und Technik, Oktober 2005, S.44-45.

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MEADS
Fit fr die Zukunft - Die Rstungsplanungen fr die Flugabwehrraketenverbnde der Luftwaffe; Heinz Wohak Oberst i.G., Luftwaffe; SuT, 2/2000, S.93-99. Flugkrper in der Bundeswehr; Wolf-Rdiger Petereit; wt, II/2000, S.18-23. MEADS, Ein Erfolgsmodell fr die transatlantische Kooperation; Horst Binder; SuT, November 2001, S.40-43. Fragen zu MEADS; SuT, August 2001, S.36. Abwehr ballistischer Flugkrper; Hans Joachim Wagner; wt II/2002, S.33-34. Triple Threat Missile Defense; Michael Valenti; JED, July 2002, S.57-59. MEADS - Premiere in der transatlantischen Kooperation; Horst Binder; PLANET AEROSPACE, 1/2003, S.26,27. Meads; Alle Fakten liegen auf dem Tisch; PP; SuT, September 2003, S.42-43. Der erfolgreiche Abnahmetest; pp; SuT, Oktober 2003, S.62. MEADS Systemvorfhrung erfolgreich; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2004, S.24. Die deutsche Luftverteidigung - Mit SAMOC und MEADS auf neuen Wegen; Jrgen Ppelmann; wt II/2004, S.64-69. MEADS - Bereit fr die Entwicklungsphase; Julia Strohbusch; PLANET AEROSPACE, 1/2004, Jan.-Feb.-Mrz, S.46-47. MEADS - Beispiel fr erfolgreiche transatlantische Zusammenarbeit; PP; SuT, September 2004, S.50-52. Multinational MEADS Programm launches forward; P Brendan; JED, November 2004, S.14-16. Kampf gegen Raketen; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt, I/2005, S.23-29. Durchblick und Weitblick; Martin Billeisen; Planet aerospace, 4/2005, Okt./Nov./Dez., S.74-77. Luftwaffe: Material- und Ausrstungsplanung; Markus Schetilin - Luftwaffe; Strategie und Technik, Mai 2006, S.2027.

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Master Clock
Master Clocks for improving overall System performance; J.W. Porter - Austron; MSN&CT, August 1988, S.62-66.

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MAV, Micro Air Vehicle


MAVs and ants; Malcolm Davis; Air International, December 1999, S.342-345.

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Maverick, AGM-65A/B/C/D/E/F/G/H/J/K
Maverick-Flugerprobung beendet; SuT, 3/1973, S.134-135. The Maverick Missile counters modern sea weapons; Cmdr. Joseph Wiggins; USN; ME/C, Vol.8. No.11, November 1982, S.42-47. Maverick: A story of guidance progress; James W. Rawles; DE, November 1988, S.56-69. Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; Gerhard Hubatschek (Hrsg), Report Verlag, Frankfurt a/M, 1999, S.148. AGM-65 Maverick; IECM 2001, S.244. AGM-65 Maverick; Http://www.periscope.ucg.com/sampleweapon.htm l; 21. April 2003. AGM-65 Maverick; http://www.defensedaily.com/progprof/usaf/AGM_65_Ma verick.html , 29.02.2004

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Mehrfachreflexionen - Multipath
Test generator accurately mimics multipath fading Product of Tekelec, Calabasas, CA; Jack Browne - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)9, S.229. Eliminating multipath fading in digital radios; Ted Duffy Tekelec, Calabasas, CA; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)6, S.127-134.

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Mehrfachkeulen-Antennen
MBA vs. Phased Array: Whats Best for Satellite Application? Leon J. Ricardi; MSN, May 1978, S.32-37. Multibeam Antennas Improve Satellite Communication; Dr. Satyen Das; MSN, December 1977, S.42-55. Multibeam Array Controls RPVs; D.F. Lehman; MSN, October 1978, S.113-114, 131. Integrated Multiple Beam Microstrip Arrays; P.S. Hall & S.J. Vetterlein; MJ, Jan. 1992, S. 103-114.

Meteor bringt die berlegenheit in der Luft; Stephane Ferrard; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr.1, November-Dezember 2000, S.44-46. SuT, Dez. 2001, S.46. Meteor: Schnell und weit mit dem Ramjet; Stephane Ferrard; PLANET AEROSPACE, 2/2002, S.36-37. Meteor; Volker F. Spth; SuT, September 2003, S.34-37. Air-to-Air Missile Directory 2004; Rob Hewson; Air International, September 2004, S.45-57.

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MIC, Microwave Integrated Circuit


Millimeter MICs Rely On Hybrid-Open Microstrip; T.H. Oxley; MSN, September 1979, S.75-83, 155, 159. MIC sources hold key to future EW systems; W.A. Crofut & A. Reynolds - Narda Microwave, Hauppauge, NY; Microwaves, 21(1982)6, S.83-87. Microwave Integrated Circuits Offer Alternatives to the Radar System Designer; R. W. Shillady (AEL); MSN, August 1983, S.100, 107,119.

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Mehrfunktions-Antennen
Antennas: Highly Visible and Hardly Visible; Don Herskovitz; JED, May 1999, S.63-68. Single slotted array achives multimode performance; John 1. Cross, Don Collier und Len Goldstone; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)4, S.

MICA
Luft/Luft-Flugkrper der nchsten Generation, Realisierungsmglichkeiten und Vorschlge. Beitrag von Rudi Meller, in Elektronik in der Luftverteidigung, S.8188; Bernard & Graefe Verlag, Koblenz 1984. AW&ST, June 16, 1977, S.183. MICA; IECH 2001, S.218.

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MEKO
MEKO D-Fregatte - ein Konzept der Zukunft; Dieter Stockfisch; SuT, November 2002, S.44-47.

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Microcomputer, Microprocessor
The microprocessor processing process; John Springer; ME/C, Vol.3, No.9, September 1977, S.32,36,37,38,42. Microcomputers for Avionics and EW; ICH, 3rd Ed., 1977/78, S.477-483. The Microprocessor revolution in military systems; Rocky Evans - Intel, Santa Clara, CA; ME/C, 4(1978)2, S.14-15. Specifications of selected military Microprocessors; EW/DE, June 1978, S.52-53. Integrating Microprocessor characterization and test data for use in systems design; John D. Shea; - Integrated Circuit Engineering; DE, September 1980, S.91-97. Microcomputers - Infokasten; DE, September 1980, S.94. A Microprocessor mediates the Noise-Figure dwbate; Mik Cuevas - Hewlett-Packard, Palo Alto, CA; Microwaves, 20(1981)13, S.51-58,81. Developement systems fill programmimg needs; J. Gorell & G. Plant; DE, February 1982, S.72-80. Military Microprecessor directory; DE, August 1991, S.4955.

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MEMS
MEMS make noise at NTT-S; Jack Browne Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 43(2004)6, S.17. 6-GHz MEMS switch handls 1 Million Cycles; Microwaves & RF, 43(2004)6, S.44. MEMS and the MTT-S Show; Letter to the Editor by John Maciel - Radant Technologies; Microwaves & RF, 43(2004)7, S.40. MEMS switches run for 100 Billion cycles; Product Technology - Jack Browne - Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 43(2004)7, S.102. An Introduction to Microelectromechanical Systems Engineering, Second Edition; Nadim Maluf & Kirt Williams; Artech House Books, Horizon House Publications, Inc., 2004. Introduction to Microelectromechanical Microwave Systems, Second Edition; hector J. De Los Santos; Artech House Books, Horizon House Publications, Inc., 2004. MEMS Mechanical Sensors; Steve P. Beeby, Graham Ensel, Michel Kraft, Neil M. White, University of Southampton; Artech House Books, Horizon House Publications, Inc., 2004. Intelligente Winzlinge; Nicole Geffert; Report; MTU Aero Engines, Sommer/Herbst 2005, S.20-21. Http://www.mtu.de/report. Tracking MEMS in navigation systems; Kathleen Kocks; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, January 2006.

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Microscanempfnger
Microscan Revisited - Candidate for the Agile Environment; Harry Hewitt; EW, September 1976, S.49-53. Time of Compressive Receivers has not come; DE, May 1981, S.50. Compressive Receiver Technology; W.D. Daniels, M. Churchman, R. Kyle & W. Skudera; MJ, April 1986, S.175185. Compressive Receivers apllied to ESM system design; K. D. Breuer et al. - Eaton Corp., AIL Division; MSN&CT, October 1986, S.66-75. Microscan Receivers boost intercept probability; Hermann F. Schmid - SRI International; DE, October 1986, S.205-214.

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Messmittel => Mikrowellen-Mess- und Testmittel Meteor


Flugkrpersystem Luft-Luft mittlere Reichweite, METEOR, fr das Kampfflugzeug Eurofighter 2000; wt, IV/2000, S.202-203.

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Microstrip/Mikrostreifen- Antennen

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Hochfrequenztechnik 1, Hochfrequenzfilter, Leitungen, Antennen. O. Zinke & H. Brunswig; Springer, Berlin, 1995. Reviewing the basics of micristrip lines; Leo G. Maloratsky Rockwell Collins, Melbourne, FL; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)3, S.79-88.

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Mikrowellen - Microwaves
Founations for Microwave Engineering; Robert E. Collin; McGraw-Hill Book Company, International Student Edition, Auckland-Tokyo, 1966. Mikrowellen - Lehrbuch fr Studierende der Elektrotechnik und Physik hherer Semester; A.J. Baden Fuller; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1974. Originalausgabe: Microwaves, Pergamon Press Ltd., Oxford, 1969. Microwave technology in missile guidance; Don Dugdale; DE, May 1986, S.113-120. RF and Microwaves: Business or hobby; Bert Berson Acrian; MSN&CT, October 1986, S.59-60. Microwave education: Meeting thr need for Engineers; M. L. Edwards - John Hopkins Uni; MSN&CT, October 1986, S.115-120. Mikrowellentechnik; Erich Pehl; Hthig, Heidelberg: Band 1: Band 2: Antennen und aktive Bauteile, 2. Auflage, 1989. Mikrowellentechnik - Grundlagen, Anwendungen, Metechnik; Gnter Ks & Peter Pauli (Hrsg); FranzisVerlag, Mnchen, 1991. Mikrowellen in der Anwendung - Funk, Radar, Erwrmung; Erich Pehl; Hthig, Heidelberg, 1993. The Microwave Engineering Handbook; Ed. by Bradford L. Smith & Michel-Henri Carpentier; Chapman & Hall, Bradford, 1993. Vol.1: Microwave components. Vol.2: Microwave circuits, antennas and propagation. Vol. 3: Microwave systems and applications. Hochfrequenztechnik in Funk und Radar, 4. Auflage; H.-G. Unger; Teubner Verlag, 1994. Mikrowellentechnik; Werner Bchtold; Vieweg, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, 1999.

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Microwave Remote Sensing

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MIDS
Sensor Synergy; Graham Warwick, Flight International, 4. February 1989, S.30-32. 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. MIDS/Link 16 Technologie-Demonstrator ist in der Luft; ww; EADS-Magazin: Mforum, Mrz 2001, S.18. Fit fr internationale Missionen - Vorteile der Integration von MIDS in Eurofighter; Jose Fco. Perez Pomares; Mforum, Heft 4/2003, Dezember 2003, S.16. 6. 7. 8. 9.

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Mikrowellendetektoren
Multidiode approach offers improved micriwave detector performance; B. Siegal & C. Lai; MSN, Aug./Sept. 1975, S.101-110. Mikrowellentechnik - Kap. 8: Detektoren und Mischer; Werner Bechtold; Vieweg, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, 1999.

Mikrowellen-Komponenten
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MIKADO
MIKADO: Die Mikroaufklrungsdrohne fr den Ortsbereich; 4. Hauptmann Dipl. Kfm. Gunnar Ben Schievelbein, 5. Heeresamt III; Strategie und Technik, Mai 2007, S.16-19.

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Mikrostreifenleitungen, Microstrip Lines


Integrierte Mikrowellenschaltungen; R. K. Hoffmann; Springer, Berlin, 1983. Microwave Devices and Circuits; Samuel Y. Liao; PrenticeHall International, Inc., London, 1990.

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Mikrowellenleitungen
Refresh your thinking about microwave cable; John Zorzy; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)7, S.71-74.

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Mikrowellen Mess- & Testmittel


Microwave Measurement Techniques; ICH, 2nd Ed., 1976/77, S.362-373. Advances in Microwave Receiver Testing; C.E. Foster,II & K.J. Wong; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.4, No.2, March/April 1977. Power Meter Aids Computer Measurement (Application Note); MSN, March 1980, S.94-96. Multiport Network Analyzers (Instrumentation): Meeting the design need; Ross A. Speciale; MSN, June 1980, S.6789. Hochfrequenz- und Mikrowellen-Metechnik in der Praxis; Wolf Dieter Schleifer; Hthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1981. Automated frequency domain analysis using a Microwave Frequency Counter; Shmuel Shalem -EIP Microwave; MSN, November 1981, S.54-59. Noise Measurements for Low-Noise GaAs FET Amplifiers (Instrumentation); Eric Strid -Tektronix; MSN, November 1981, S.62-70. Automated dual tone tests with Generator/Sweeper Duo (Instrumentation); James Hice, et al. -Wiltron; MSN, November 1981, S.73-88. A Microprocessor mediates the Noise-Figure dwbate; Mik Cuevas - Hewlett-Packard, Palo Alto, CA; Microwaves, 20(1981)12, S.51-58, 81. Noise Measurement checklist eliminates costly errors; Eric Strid -Tektronix; MSN, December 1981, S.88-107. Automated Testing needs simplicity and control, Part 1; Robert Rheinlander - Motorola, Phoenix, AZ; Microwaves, 21(1982)1, S.59-66. Automated Testing needs simplicity and control, Part II; Robert Rheinlander - Motorola, Phoenix, AZ; Microwaves, 21(1982)2, S.49-53. Practical approach makes TSS measurement simple; Richard Smith Hughes - Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, CA; Microwaves, 21(1982)1, S.69-72. ATE: Trends in Communication/Microwave Test Instruments; Asad M. Madni & Stanley M. Wolf; ME/C, Vol.8, No.6, June 1982, S.15-21.

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15. ATE System upgrades production efficiency and accuracy (Testing); Dale Harpester (Omni Sprctra) & Dean Amann Pacific Measurements; MSN, June 1982, S.142-144. 16. Design of automatic Receiver Test Systems; S.A. Moser; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.9, No.4, July/Aug. 1982. 17. 18 to 60 GHz Signal Generator from existing sources; R.S. Napier & J. Cowell; W J Tech-notes, Vol. 9, No 5, Sept./Oct. 1982. 18. Application and Operation of the 8970A Noise Figure Meter; Hewlett-Packard Product Note 8970A-1, October 1982. 19. Low Frequency sample provides Pulse Frequency Measurement; C. S. Aitchison - Uni of London; MSN, February 1983, S.172180. 20. Image and Second-Stage correction resolve Noise Figure Measurement Confusion; W. E. Pastori - Eaton; MSN, May 1983, S.67-86. 21. Synthesized Signal Generators find many Microwave applications; B. Hull - Racal-Dana; MSN, June 1983, S.7078. 22. Evaluate noise figure and noise temperature; Nick Kuhn Hewlett-Packard, Palto Alto, CA; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)11, S.113-119. 23. Noise-Figure Meter broadens coverage with two new Excess-Noise sources - Product of Hewlett-Packard; MSN, November 1983, S.134-135. 24. RF power meters: Measurement workhorses; Jack Browne Associate Editor; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)1, S.6570,92,143. 25. Market blooms for microwave test equipment; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)4, S.55. 26. Test and Measurement equipment: The demand intensifies; Editorial; MSN, November 1984, S.108-159. 27. Microwave system testing; A.W. Carlson - M/A-COM; MSDH, Vol.13, No.11, November 1983, S.244-256. 28. Testing Oscillators, Amplifiers, and Mixers; C.E. Foster, et al. - Wavetek;MSDH, Vol.13, No.11, November 1983, S.267-277. 29. Handbuch der elektronischen Megerte; J. Osinga & J.W. Maaskant; Franzis, Mnchen 1984. 30. Procedures explained for Mm-Wave vector measurements with the Hewlett-Packard 8510A analyzer; HewlettPackerd Co.; MSN, December 1984, S.65-90. 31. Modular measurement system: More than a spectrum analyzer; Frank Angelo & Al Schmidt - Hewlett-Packard, Santa Rosa, CA; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)13, S.117,118,122,125. 32. Automated testing speeds EW receiver evaluation; K.J. Allen & B.Y. Tsui - Wright-Patterson AFB; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)3, S.113-118. 33. Design considerations for Automated RF Test Equipment; C.S. Fitterer & M.A. Nurmi; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.12, No.2, March/April 1985. 34. Military EMC tests benefit from automation; E.L. Bronaugh & P.A. Sikora - Electro Metrics, Amsterdam, NY; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)9, S.87-93. 35. Radar targets reveal all to automated tester; Rick E. Hartman; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)9, S.101-107. 36. RF synthesizer system tailors waveforms; Jack Browne Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)2, S.129-132. 37. Pulse generator races to 4 GHz; Siegfried Knorr - Colby Instruments, Santa Monica, CA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)3, S.155-157. 38. Techniques explained for CW Power measurement; B. O. Weinschel, Ch. W. Hancock & R. C. Powell (Weinschell Engineering); MSN&CT, May 1986, S.78-103.

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39. ATE Tower of Babel under siege by DOD; Michael Kachmar Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)8, S.33-43. 40. Spectrum Analyzers take control of Microwave stimulusresponse measurements; D. Handlon & L. Ulrich - HewlettPackard; MSN&CT, September 1986, S.102. 41. Putting EW Systems to the test; W.D. Spencer & T.M. Miller- Georgia Tech.; DE, October 1986, S.217-240. 42. Anzeige von Millitech Corporation, South Deerfield, MA, USA;; MSN&CT, November 1986, S.27. 43. Spectrum Analyzers achieve more power on the front panel; Ken Dawson - Tektronix; MSN&CT, December 1986, S.81-93 44. Noise generator spans 2 to 18 GHz - Product of Noise Com, Hackensack, NJ; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)13, S.171,175. 45. Testing digital Fiber-Optic Systems; John Curtin - Anritsu America - & Gerald Campell - Telco systems Fiber Optic; MSN&CT, January 1987, S.68-70. 46. Complex Modulation testing of components and Systems accomplished using new tools; J.L. Minck & D. Gildea Hewlett-Packard; MSN&CT, February 1987, S.8-19. 47. Digital Osciloscope provides fast, automated PulseModulation measurements; D. Schwartz & B. Lord Hewlett-Packard; MSN&CT, March 1987, S.36-46. 48. Analyzer improvements make real-time Antenna tests practical; Wayne Briggs; MSN&CT, May 1987, S.74-86. 49. Test and Measurement Matrix; MSN&CT, May 1987, S.115154. 50. Spectrum Analyzers cover 100 Hz to 325 GHz; Tektronix Product; MSN&CT, June 1987, S.90-92. 51. Spectrum-Analyzer Counters eliminate false counts; Ken Dawson - Tektronix; MSN&CT, August 1987, S.86-95. 52. Peak Powe Meters, 30 MHz to 40 GHz; Series 8500; Beilage von Wavetek Microwave, Sunnyvale, CA, in Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)8. 53. Vector Analyzer speeds power.sensor calibration results; John Gregory Burns - John Hopkins University, Laurel, MS; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)8, S.91-96. 54. Automation and accuracy requirements force new pulsedRf Measurement techniques; Gene Waltz - Tektronix; MSN&CT, September 1987, S.28-41. 55. Electronic-Warfare Automatic Test Equipment; Steven D. Adams & Clifford S. Fitterer WJ; MSN&CT, October 1987, S.8-19. 56. Evaluating Noise sources for Noise-Figure measurement; Gary Simonyan - Noise Com; MSN&CT, October 1987, S.6871. 57. High-speed analyzer measures frequency changes with time - HP-Product, Palo Alto, CA; Johnathan Cross Hewlett-Packard, Santa Clara, CA; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)13, S.131-134. 58. Buying a Digital Oscilloscope; R. Loop & B. Adams Tektronix; MSN&CT, January 1988, S.70-76. 59. Statistical calibration assures accurate vector; E. McHenry & K. Kafadar; MSN&CT, March 1988, S.70-76. 60. Redundancy solves ambiguity in ATE System test, Part I; Brian MacArthur, et al.; MSN&CT, March 1988, S.80-88. 61. Redundancy solves ambiguity in ATE System test, Part II; Brian MacArthur, et al.; MSN&CT, April 1988, S.107-114. 62. Microwave Test Equipment - Where next? R.J. Buxton Marconi Instruments; MSN&CT, August 1988, S.30-36. 63. Test-Systems architecture for the future; Joseph DePond Hewlett-Packard; MSN&CT, August 1988, S.42-50. 64. Advanced Frequency-Agile Signal Simulator provides EW, Radar testing; Product of Hewlett-Packard; MSN, April 1989, S.55-56.

65. Signal Analyzer captures Signals at 2 GS/s for instant measurement and display; Tektronix Product; MSN, June 1989, S.67. 66. Understanding RF/Microwave ATE Switching - Tutorial; Paul Dhillon - Racal-Dana Instruments; MSN, August1989, S.5358. 67. Reate complex waveforms with simulation software; Daren B. McClearnon - Hewlett-Packard, Santa Rosa, CA; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)11, S.81-86. 68. Transition analyzer scans amplitude and phase of 40-GHz pulses - Product of Hewlett-Packered; Jack Browne - Chief Editor; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)3, S.150-157. 69. Portable set runs array of tests to 26.5 GHz - Product of Marconi Instruments; Jack Browne - Chief Editor; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)1, S.123-129. 70. Test and Measurement equipment keep pace with electronic technology advances: DE, August 1993, S.49-51. 71. Equipment tests wireless system performance; Janine Sullivan - Associate Editor; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)1, S.29-36. 72. Calibrating changes in test equipment; Jack Browne Associate Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)1, S.32-39. 73. MT8801B Radio Communication Analyzer; Anzeige von Anritsu Wiltron in: Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)7, S.30. 74. Tracking trends in test equipment; Jack Browne Publisher/editor; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)9, S.108-109. 75. Test group focuses on spread spectrum; Victor Perrote Executive Editor; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)9, S.121-122. 76. A sampling of portable EW test sets; Don Herskovitz; JED, May 1999, S.69-73. 77. Making the most of EW T&E resources- Technology; Robert W. Hilke; JED, March 2000, S.45-52. 78. Test receivers measure EMI compliance - Product of Rohde & Schwarz, Mnchen; Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)4, S.46. 79. T&M firms forge ahead despite the communications slump; Gene Heftman - SE; Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)7, S.35-44. 80. Instrument evaluates Oscillator performance; Jack Browne - Publischer/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 43(2004)7, S.97-98.

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Mikrowellen-Rhren - Microwave Tubes, Transmitter


Mikrowellen; Kapitel l9; A.J. Baden Fuller; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1974. Forecast of available RF power source performance for the 1980-1990 time frame; S.F. Kaisel; ICH, 2nd Ed., 1976/77, S.494-504. Microwave Transmitter Technology development; Durwood Creed - Rome Air Development Center, AFB; MJ, September 1977, S.38,39. Microwave Transmitter Technolgy development; Henry Friedman - Rome Air Development Center, AFB; MJ, March 1978, S.28,54. Tubes find wide use in Military Systems; ICH, 4th Ed., 1978/79, S.372-377. Modern Microwave Tubes; J.M. Baird & T.H. Schultz; JED, October 1984, S.103-108. High-Power Microwave Tubes for state-of-the art military and scientific applications; Bradford L. Smith - Thomson CSF; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.13, No.6, 1987, S.647-655. Evolution of Microwave power sources; Armand Staprans Varian; MSN, June 1989, S.20-25. From Magnetrons to Gyratrons: A technical summary; MSN, June 1989, S.29.

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Mikrowellenschalter, Schalter - Switches


DC bis 100 GHz- Das HF-Schalter-Programm von Telemeter Electronic; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.8, No.5, 1982, S.591592. Microwave Switch selection techniques; S.J. Algeri & G.R. Hicks; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.11, No.1, Jan./Feb. 1984. Techniques developed for the design and implementation of Microwave switch matrices; E. R. Farren & E. McDowell; MSN&CT, April 1986, S.78-94 Transmission: Connector Technology and Key characteristics of major Microwave Transmission media; MSDH, 4th Ed., July 1986, Vol. 16, No.7, S.407. Coaxial SPDT switch controls DC to 40 GHz; Jack Browne Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)10, S.139-140. Compact electromagnetic Switches meet Aerospace performance demands; Walter Reed - Dynatech Microwave Technology; MSN, June 1989, S.50-56. Switches perform high-frequency signal routing; Jack Browne - Executive Editor; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)7, S.125-132. Matrix switches enhance ATE system performance- Product of Hewlett-Packard; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)2, S.164166. Select a mechanical RF relay or switch; John Wenger - DowKey Microwaves, Ventura, CA; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)5, S.183-189.

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Hewlett Packard, Signalgeneratoren bei hheren Frequenzen, Bblingen, 1974. 18 to 60 GHz Signal Generator from existing sources; R.S. Napier & J. Cowell; W J Tech-notes, Vol. 9, No. 5, Sept./Oct. 1982. Hewlett Packard, HF und Mikrowellen-Signalgeneratoren, Seminarunterlagen, Bblingen, 1987. Signal sources yield improved performance at diminishing cost; Jack Browne - Executive Editor; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)11, S.135-141. Modern signal generators emulate complex waveforms; Jack Browne - Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 40(20021)7, S.111-116,137.

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Millimeter Radar, fundamentals and applications; Part One; E.K. Reedy; ME/C, Aug. 1980, S.62-65. Millimeter Radar, fundamentals and applications; Part Two; E.K. Reedy; ME/C, September 1980, S.95-99. Prototype Tests Secure Millimeter Communications (Millimeter Receiver); Paul G. Steffes & Ronald A. Meck; MSN, October 1980, S.59-68. InP Emerges as Near-Ideal Material for Prototype Millimeter-Wave Devices; F. Berlin Frank, Ph.D. (Varian Associates); MSN, February 1982, S.59-72. Silicon MOSFETs Attain High Speed via Submicron Dimensions (Solid State, mm); H.J. Boll u.a. (Bell Laboratories); MSN, February 1982, S.75-96. Gunn Technologys Low-Noise Advantage is Boosting MMWave Radar Capabilities; R. H. Merriam (General Electric); MSN, August 1983, S.80-99. Millimeter-wave Radar features unique characteristics and designs; James C. Wiltse; MSN, May 1984, S.58-76. Radar Frequency management and the new mm-Wave Radar operating Frequencies; MJ, Dec. 1984, S.36-44. Technique allows measurement of small millimeter antenna patterns; Paul L. Goldsmith, Ellen Moore; MSN, December 1984, S.59-63. Radar Warning Receivers Going Millimeter; Richard Hartman; ICH, 1984, S.315-323. Chart the availability of mm-wave seekers; J.M. Schuchardt & J.M. Butterfield; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)3, S.107-111, 180. Hybrid design proves effective for flat millimeter-wave antennas; Klaus Solbach, AEG-Telefunken; MSN, June 1985, S.123-138. Mm-wave Radar challenges and benefits EW applications; Stephen L. Johnston; MSN & CT, June 1986, S.95-110.

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Millimeterwellen, Technologie
Millimeter Technology - The future looks promising; C.G. Thornton - USA; MJ, March 1977, S.14, 16. Millimeter waveguide systems; Special Staff Report; MJ, March 1977, S.24, 26. Millimeter Wave Technology - New criteris or comeback? ME/C, May 1977, S.28,30. Millimeter-Waves: A solution thats finally found a problem; Richard Davis; MSN, September 1977, S.63-70. Millimeter Wave Radiometry developments; Dr. J.E. Adair AFB; MJ, Nov. 1977, S.32-34. Millimeter wave image guide integrated circuits; Yu-Wen Chang; ME/C, May 1978, S.34-36. Millimeter Waves - Theyre alive and healthy; James C. Wiltse, Jr. - Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta; MJ, Aug. 1978, S.16, 18. Solid State Technology for Millimeter Waves; N.B. Kramer Hughes; MJ, Aug. 1978, S.57-61. Millimeter components: Lucrative sellers market brewing; Thomas W. Glynn; MSN, May 1979, S.40-41. Planar devices make production practical; Apostle G. Cardiasmenos; MSN, May 1979, S.46-56. Devices ready for Millimeter Systems; John Kuno; MSN, May 1979, S.71-77. Solid State Oscillators key to Millimeter Radar; Francisco J. Bernues, u.a.; MSN, May 1979, S.79-86. Will component advances finally yield Millimeter Systems? Jesse J. Taub; MSN, January 1980, S. 62-71. Millimeters turn practical; MSN, May 1980, S.19-28.

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Milan
Panzerabwehr-Lenkflugkrpersystem Milan; Jrgen Erbe; SuT, Mai 2003, S.28-29. Weiterentwicklung von MILAN; WT-Berichte; WT II/2005, S.16-17.

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Low cost airborne Radar; Richard Hartman; ME/C, May 1977, S.84,86,88. Millimeter Radar; Stephen L. Johnston - US Army; MJ, November 1977, S.16-28 Mm-Wave Instrumentation Radar systems; N.C. Currie, et al. - Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta; MJ, August 1978, S.35-44. Solid State Oscillators Key to Millimeter Radar; Francisco J. Bernues, u.a.; MSN, May 1979, S.79-86. NASA Radar Uses Ka-Band (Review); MSN, April 1980, S.31.

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15. Military Microwaves 80 features mm Systems; John Clarke; MSN, June 1980, S.59-64. 16. Practical MICs ready for Millimeter receivers, Rart One; Apostle G. Cardiasmenos; MSN, August 1980, S.37-51. 17. Mixers simplify Millimeter surveillance; John Reindel; MSN, August 1980, S.71-74. 18. Receiver yields 8 dB SSB at 90-100 GHz (Millimeter MICS, Part II); Apostle G. Cardiasmenos; MSN, September 1980, S.71-81. 19. Is Millimeter technology ready for Systems? MSN, December 1980, S.15. 20. Millimeter Frond End provides Frequency Agility (Radar); J. Cadwallader & D. English; MSN, December 1980, S.41-51. 21. Oscillators lock and tune at W Band (Millimeters); M. Crandell & F.J. Berrnues; MSN, December 1980, S.54-60. 22. Millimeters turn practical; ICH, 6th Ed., 1980/81, S.305-314. 23. MM Wave innovation; Frederick B. Dyer; Vol.7, No.2, ME/C, Vol.Vol.7, No.2, February 1981, S.84-90. 24. EIA technology comes of age; Nicholas C. Currie, David S. Ladd, J. Clark Butterworth; ME/C, Vol.7, No.5, May 1981, S.34-42. 25. Future trends i Millimeter-Wave receiver design; Dr. Apostle G. Cardiasmenos - Alpha; ME/C, Vol.7, No.6, June 1981, S.49-56. 26. Dual Frequency Antenna locates mmWave Transmitters; Lenrode Goldstone; MSN, October 1981, S.69-74. 27. Assessing Antennas for Small Satcom Terminals; J.R. Forrest; MSN, October 1981, S.77-100. 28. MM-Wave and Infrared - A hybrid for all-weather weaponsdelivery; Arthur C. Levitan; Vol. 8, No.2, ME/C, February 1882, S.100-103. 29. Great Britains Military Microwaves concentraits on Millimeters and beyond (Military Microwaves 82); Robert M. Vanderheiden; MSN, August 1982, S.109-118. 30. 18 to 60 GHz Signal Generator from existing sources; R.S. Napier & J. Cowell; W J Tech-notes, Vol. 9, No 5, Sept./Oct. 1982. 31. MM-Wave Seeker guides autonomous wasp (Review); MSN, October 1982, S.44-46. 32. Mm Solid State Transmitter sources come of age; Robert S. Ying (Hughes Aircraft Company); MSN, October 1982, S.9199. 33. Millimeter wave technology advances the science of force multiplication; Robert Roeder; Vol.8, No. 12, ME/C, December 1982, S.24-26. 34. Millimeterwellen-Technik, Teil 1: Ausbreitungsbedingungen und Anwendungen; H. Meinel, B. Rembold; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol. 9, No. 2, 1983, S.208-210. 35. Millimeterwellen-Technik, Teil II: Komponenten in Hohlleitertechnik; H. Barth, u.a.; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol. 9, No. 3, 1983, S.307-321. 36. Millimeterwellen-Technik, Teil III: Planar integrierte Komponenten; W. Menzel, K. Solbach; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol. 9, No.4, 1983, S.380-390. 37. Most reliable messenger: MM-wave get through; G.B. Tiffany - The Mitre; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)9, S.6473,164. 38. Millimeter-Wave IMPATT technology offers alternatives for higher performance; G. R. Thoren, PhD (Raytheon); MSN, September 1983, S.109-121. 39. Implementation of Millimeter-wave technology offers improved missile guidance performance; Georg Ziff, Dr. Paul Schwarz; MSN, November 1983, S.65-75.

40. Mm-Wave threats continue to grow; A.E. Braun - EW Communications; MDSH, Vol. 13, No.12, November 1983, S.22-30. 41. Solid-State soueces power Millimeter transmitters; R.S. Ying - Hughes Aircraft; MSDH, Vol. 13, No.12, November 1983, S.280-286. 42. Specifying Millimeter Downconverters; J.A. Paul - Hughes Aircraft; MSDH, Vol. 13, No.12, November 1983, S.288-289. 43. W-Plane Filters designed for Millimeter use; D.W. Ball & L.Q. Bui - Hughes Aircraft; MSDH, Vol. 13, No.12, November 1983, S.290-291. 44. Mm-Wave horizon is broadened by GaAs FETs; H. J. Kuno Hughes Aircraft; MSN, December 1983, S.51. 45. Quasioptical techniques offer advantages at millimeter frequencies; Paul F. Goldsmith; MSN, December 1983, S.6584. 46. Millimeter-Waves for Electronic Warfare; James C. Wiltse; JED, January 1984, S.55-61. 47. Miniature mm-wave source advances phase-lock technology; Mark S. Smith - Alpha Industries; MSN, January 1984, S.84-93. 48. Millimeter waves: Radio Astronomy looks at higher frequencies; P.G. Mezger - Max Planck Institute; MSN, January 1984, S.95-129. 49. Millimeter-wave Technology - Part 1: Operating diodes at mm-wave frequencies; R.A. Johnson - Hughes Aircraft, Torrance, CA; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)4, S.143-148,153. 50. Millimeter-wave Technology - Part 2: Generating power at mm-wave frequencies; N.B. Ktamer & R.A. Johnson Hughes Aircraft, Torrance, CA; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)5, S.243-249. 51. Millimeter-wave Technology - Part 2: Generating power at mm-wave frequencies; N.B. Ktamer & R.A. Johnson Hughes Aircraft, Torrance, CA; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)6, S.162-167,186. 52. Millimeter waves close-up; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)9, S.87-141. 53. Finally, a market in millimeter waves; Barry Manz - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)9, S.90-94. 54. MM-Radar snapshot reveals maturing technology; David M. Russel; DE, October 1984, S.113-121. 55. Planar Waveguide approach optimizes Mm-Waveguide supercomponent design; Chandra Gupta - Alpha Industries; MSN, December 1984, S.93-98. 56. Millimeter-Wave Synthesizer cover full-waveguide bandwidths to 100 GHz (Hughes Product); MSN, December 1984, S.103-106. 57. Understanding fast wave devices used in Millimeter-Wave EW Systems; G. Dhler, Ph.D. & F. Voltaggio, Jr.; ICH, 9th Ed.,1984, S.341-354. 58. Progress continues in Millimeter-Wave signal analysis; Mohamed Sayed - Hewlett-Packard; MSN, January 1985, S.126-140. 59. Building a Millimeter-Wave infrastructure; Apostle G. Cardiasmenos - Raytheon; DE, July 1985, S.96-98. 60. Millimeter-Wave components - when? A. E. Braun, Editor; MSN&CT, September 1985, S.61-63. 61. Mm-Wave Radar challenges and benefits EW applications; Stephen L Johnston (International Radar Directory); MSN&CT, June 1986, S.95-110. 62. Design considerations examined for Millimeter-Wave Defense-Electronic Systems; Apostle G. Cardiasmenos Frequency Sources; MSDH, 4th Ed., July 1986, Vol. 16, No.7, S.280-296.

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Milstar Soars Beyond Budgut and Schedule Goals; DE, February 1989, S.66-72. 8. Raytheon to begin Milstar low-rate production; Business News; DE, February 1990, S.30. 9. Milstar fights for survival; James W. Rawles; DE, March 1990, S.49-54. 10. Milstar Satellite Communications System, DDN Programm profiles; PBI Media, LLC, 2002: www.defensedaily.com/progprof/USAF/Milstar.

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MIL-STD, Military Standard


New methods for IC Static Discharge Testing - MIL-STD883C; W. Simmons & P. Adamosky; DE, June 1988, S.152158. VLSI controllers for the Mil-Std-1553B Bus; Clay Lain; DE, September 1988, S.124-129. Personal Computer models Mil-Std-1750A Avionics systems; P.R.J. -Product; 1553, Still a key Standard; Charlotte Adams - Product Focus; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, December 2000. [http://www.aviationtoday.com] Mil-Std-1553: Evolution continues; Kim Rosenlof; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, September 2005.

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Mirage, Dassault Mirage 2000

Flugzeuge der Welt, heute - morgen; William Green & Dennis Punnett; Werner Classen Verlag, Zrich/Stuttgart, 1971. 2. French developing systems for combat aircraft; AW&ST, February 16, 1987, S.65-66. 3. Flugzeug-Katalog 2000, Militrflugzeuge; Dassault Mirage III; GeraNova Verlag, Mnchen. 4. Flugzeug-Katalog 2000, Militrflugzeuge; Dassault Mirage F.1; GeraNova Verlag, Mnchen. 5. Flugzeug-Katalog 2000, Militrflugzeuge; Dassault Mirage 2000; GeraNova Verlag, Mnchen. 6. Flugzeuge; Die wichtigsten Flugzeugtypen der Welt; Riccardo Niccoli; Kaiser Verlag, Klagenfurt, 2001. 7. Moderne Kampfflugzeuge; Thomas Bttig; Verlag Mittler, Hamburg, 2000. 8. Flugzeuge der Welt, 2001; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2001. 9. Killer angels, Frances Rafale has fire, but will glory remain a mirage? Bill Sweetman; JED, November 2002, S.44-48. 10. Dassault Mirage 2000; Typenplatt 11/2002; SuT, November 2002, S.53-54. 11. Mirage 2000-5s in Taiwan; Henri-Pierre Grolleau; AFN, July 2003, S.60-64.

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MILSTAR
Command Control Communications, C3I; MSN, May 1984, S.184-199. Finally, a market in millimeter waves; Barry Manz - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)9, S.90-94. Milstar Satellite project under watchfull eye; J.B.S. & D.A.D.; DE, June 1985, S.64. Raytheon wins Navys MILSTAR; Michael Kachmar - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)13 (December), S.21. The ascent to mm-waves; James C. Wiltse - Georgia Tech Research Institute, Atlanta, GA; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)3, S.325-328. Two-Year delay seen for Milstar Programm, Tests rescheduled; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)10, S.35-36.

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Mischer - Mixer
Microwave Mixer and Detector Diodes; Technische Firmenunterlage von AEI Semiconductors Ltd, Lincoln, UK, June 1974. The Coplanar Mixer; F.A. Marki; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.1, No.4, July/Aug. 1974. Mixers as Phase Detectors; S. R. Kurtz; W J Tech-notes, Vol. 5, No 1, Jan./Feb. 1978. How to talk to Mixers, Learn the language of mixer specification; Dr J. F. Raynolds & M. R. Rosenzweig, Microwave Associates; Reprint from Microwaves, 17(1978)5. Specifying high-rel Mixers and Amplifiers; B.D. Bakner; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.7, No.6, Nov./Dec. 1980.

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Mixers: Part 1; B. C. Henderson; WJ Tech-notes, Vol. 8, No.2, March/April 1981. Mixers: Part 2; B. C. Henderson; WJ Tech-notes, Vol. 8, No.3, May/June 1981. Broadband Mixer is Designed for EW Applications; MSN, May 1981, S.127. Mixer Design Considerations Improve Performance; Bert Henderson; MSN, October 1981, S.103-118. Local Oscillator Phase Noise; C. J. Grebenkemper; W J Technotes, Vol. 8, No 6, Nov./Dec. 1981. Full-Range Orthogonal Circuit Mixers Reach 2 to 26 GHz (Product Feature); Bert Henderson (WJ); MSN, January 1982, S.122-126. Even Harmonic Mixers Offer Unique Features for Millimeter Bands; Donald Neuf -RHG; MSN, April 1982, S.103-119. Predicting intermodulation suppression in double-balanced Mixers; B.C. Henderson; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.10, No.4, July/Aug. 1983. Microwave sampling for Ultra-Broadband Frequency Conversion; S.E. Moore; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.10, No.6, Nov./Dec. 1983. Image-Reject and Single-Sideband Mixers; B.C. Henderson & J. A. Cock; W J Tech-notes, Vol. 12, No 3, May/June 1985. How to pick a microwave mixer; Victor Lander, et al. Triangle Microwave, Hanover, NJ; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)9, S.183-188. Dual Mixers; S.E. Avery; W J Tech-notes, Vol. 13, No 4, July/August 1986. Thin-film processing yields repeatable mixers; Richard G. Barber - Avantek, Santa Clara, CA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)10, S.117-123. Multioctave, Double-Balanced Mixers designed using MIC Technology; R.M. Narayanan; MSN&CT, January 1987, S.108-115. W-Band Mixer with 35-GHz Bandwidth offers broad applications; R.C. Chedester & D.K. Walker - Millitech; MSN&CT, February 1987, S.94-99. Subsystem building blocks for high-performance Microwave Systems; S.P. MacCabe; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.14, No.3, May/June 1987. MIL-Specification Mixers; S.A. Schindler; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.15, No.2, March/April 1988. Coplanar mixer diodes as an alternative to beam lead dides for millimetre wave systems; S. Neylon, et al. - Marconi Electronic Devices Ltd, Lincoln, UK; issue 2, June 1988. Mixers in Microwave Systems - Tutorial, Part I; Bert Henderson -WJ; MSN, October 1989, S.64-74. Mixers in Microwave Systems - Tutorial, Part II; Bert Henderson -WJ; MSN, November 1989, S.71-75. Microwave Mixers in the 90s; Stephen A. Maas; MJ, 1990 State of the Art Reference. Mikrowellentechnik - Kap. 8: Detektoren und Mischer; Werner Bechtold; Vieweg, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, 1999. Mixer Poducts, Catalog No. 0981; Aertech Industries.

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Civil Avionics gain importance; David Steigman - Teal Group; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 12, 1998, S.173-174. Military Avionics: Geography role; David L. Rockwell - Teal Group; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.181-182. Safety: Focus of civil Avionics; David Steigman - Teal Group; &ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.181-182. More EW capability in smaller packages; Bruce D. Nordwall; AW&ST, November 15, 1999, S.87-88. Fighter EW, the next generation; Bill Sweetman; JED, July 2000, S.41-47. Afghan operations underscore value of avionics arsenal; David I. Rockwell, Teal Group; AW&ST Aerospace Sourcw Book, January 14, 2002, S.199-200.

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Missionsdatenspeicher, MDR
Mission Data Recorders; David Jensen; Avionics Magazine Aviation Today, March 2002.

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Missionsplanung
U.S. Mission planning systems strive for portability; Lousa Griffin; DE, February 1992, S.38-41. Whats the plan; Michael Puttre; JED, February 2001, S.5157. Planning Strike Missions; Michael Puttre; JED, November 2002, S.54-55.

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Mistral
Mistral Version 2: eine schlagfertige Ergnzung; Stephane Ferrard; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr.1, November-Dezember 2000, S.50-51. Mistral; IECH 2001, S.218 & S.264.

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MLRS => MARS/MLRS MLS, Microwave Landing System


More delays for Microwave Landing System; Staff Report; MJ, September 1977, s.28. Military awaits landing system decision - Review; EW/DE, March 1978, S.28-31. Microwave Landing System to revolutionize aviation - Part I; John F. Judge; MSN&CT, May 1986, S.112A-112L. Microwave Landing System to revolutionize aviation - Part I; John F. Judge; MSN&CT, June 1986, S.64A-64L. Microwave Landing Systems touch down; Eugene Robinson - Ass. Editor; MSN&CT, November 1986, S.119-121.

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MMA, Multi-mission Maritime Aircraft


MMA Update; AFM, May 2002, S.10. World News Roundup: In a surprise move; AW&ST, September 16, 2002, S.19. US Navyy MMA programm enters next phase; Kenneth B. Sherman - EC Monitor; JED, May 2003, S.40. Sea change; R. Wall & D. A. Fulghum; AW&ST, June 21, 2004, S.30-32. Lying in wait; Andy Nativi; AW&ST, June 21, 2004, S.32. MMA contract awarded; Americas Report - Brendan P. Riverd; JED, August 2004, S.18. Western Anti-Submarine Warfare; David Hobbs; Air International, February 2005, S.38-44.

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Missionsavionik, Military Avionics


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. Military Avionics new directions; David Rockwell - Teal Group; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 12, 1998, S.170-171.

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MMIC, Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit


Why go Monolithic? MSN, May 1980, S.72-75.

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Monolithic Microwaves means Si, too... (Review); MSN, July 1980, S.19. Yield considerations in the design and fabrication of GaAs MMICs; A.K. Gupta, W.C. Petersen, and D.R. Decker; MJ, November 1982, S.77-83. Hybrid Vs. Monolithic Micriwave Circuits - A matter of cost; R. S. Pengelly (Plessey Research); MSN, January 1983, S.77114. Are MMICs a fad or fact; D. R. Decker (Lehigh Uni); MSN, July 1983, S.84-92. MMIC Amplifier and Attenuator Modules Run 2 to 20 GHz and on Batteries; T. Tsukil, et al. - Raytheon; MSN, July 1983, S.94High-Volume Microwave Markets Will Demand MMICs Over Hybrids (MMIC Applications); R. E. Lee - Hughes Research Labs; MSN, August 1983, S.120-130. The MMIC (R)evolution; Harry Emerzian - Loral; MSN&CT, March 1986, S.61-62. Techniques further the design and realization of MMICs; J. Tenedorio - Harris Microwave Semiconductor; MSN&CT, March 1986, S.66-77. MMIC reshape EW system design; J. G. Tenedorio - Harris Microwave Semiconductor; MSN&CT, November 1986, S.95-104. MMICs near their 25th birthday; Raymond S. Pengelly & Douglas Maki - Tachonics, Plainsboro, NJ; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)3, S.314-324. Electronic-Warfare System design moves to MMIC amplifiers; Andy Bonnot, et al. - Texas Instruments; MSN&CT, July 1987, S.8-21. GaAs MMIC reliability analysis and its impact on Microwave Systems, Part II; Pang Ho, et al. - Pacific Monolithics; MSN&CT, September 1987, S.130-133. Neue MMICs fr Leistungsstufen und KleinsignalApplikationen bis 18 GHz; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.13, No.5, 1987, S.557-561. GaAs MMICs switch from DC to 18 GHz; Amin Ezzeddine Tachonics; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)2, S.167-168. Produkt von: Tachonics, Plainsboro, NJ. Surface-mount MMIC sources reach 18 GHz; Jack Browne Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)2, S.169-172. Pazific Monolithics, Sunnyvale, CA. MMIC modules for active Phased-Array applications in Communications Satellites; J.R. Potukuchi, et al. - Comsat Laboratories; MSN&CT, November 1988, S.20-27. Silicon MMIC challenges GaAs in performance; Peter S. Bachert - Motorola Semiconductor; MSN&CT, November 1988, S.50-51. MMIC Attenuator chip has input/output mach to 50 GHz; Hewlett-Packard Microwave Semiconductor; MSN&CT, November 1988, S.56. Whats behind the MMIC programm? Jo Ann McDonald MSN-Editor; MSN, September 1989, S.27-38. MIMIC programm shifts to high gear; J.W. Rawles; DE, May 1991, S.49-56. MMICs breaking out of their niche; Jeffrey Rowe; DE, May 1992, S.44-49. Power-amplifier MMICs drive commercial circuits; Jack Broene - Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)7, S.116-124. GaAs MMIC switch is designed around low-capacitance MESFETs; Alan Noll - M/A-COM, Lowell, MA; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)3, S.93-94.

25. Reviewing the basics of MMIC design; J. Penn & C. Moore John Hopkins University, Laurel, MD; Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)6, S.55-70.

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MMR, Multi-Mode Receiver


Multimode Receivers: More demand, more capability; Charlotte Adams; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, April 2002. VIEW [The News Magazine for Thales Defence Business], No 10, September 2003, S.9.

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Mode S
Europes energized Mode S program; David Jensen; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, April 2003; www.defensedaily.com. Military/Civil interoperability extented scope for CNS/ATC; Charlotte Adams; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, February 2005.

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Modulation
Digital Radio, Part 1: Modulation schemes aid digital radio growth; Hugh Walker - Hewlett-Packard, Scotland; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)2, S.75-84. Digital Radio, Part 2: Gauging errors sets digital radio quality; Hugh Walker - Hewlett-Packard, Scotland; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987) ,S.89-99. Time Modulation, Part 1: Modulation scheme helps airtraffic safety; Edmond R. Gunny - Consultant, Los Angeles, CA; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)5, S.245-254. 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. Understanding the Principles of Amplitude and Frequency Modulation; MSN, Tutorial, July 1989, S.63-67. Digital modulation and dynamic range; Morris Engelson President Joint Management Strategy, Portland, OR; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)9, S.110-112,122. Biphase modulators serve wireless and radar systems; A.E. Ashtiani (Kings College London, UK) & I.D. Robertson (University of Surrey, Guilford, UK); Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)10, S.75-87.

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Modulationsformate
Proper drsign yields efficient digital transmitters; Dennis A. Jiraud - Defense Systems, McLean, VA; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)8, S.91-101. Modulation formats drive communications design; Helen Wright, Hewlett-Packard, Santa Rosa, CA; Microwaves & RF, 38(1999)8, S.80-91.

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Monopuls
Monopuls Radar Needs Dictate Component Choice; Theodore W. Stone; MSN, August 1980, S.5368. Monopulse Receivers Poses Difficult Design Challenges (Monopulse: Part II); Theodore W. Stone; MSN, September 1980, S.109-114. Monopulse Receiver Design Depends on IF Processor Success; T. W. Stone (RHG); MSN, August 1983, S.53-63. Using touchstone to design a Monopulse Receiving System; Steve Hamilton - EEsof; MSN&CT, July 1987, S.71-75. System simulates monopulse target returns; Ronald Harris President of Freestate Electronics, Warrenton, VA; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)8, S.186-188.

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25. The Worlds Great Stealth and Reconnaissance Aircraft; Aerospace Publishing 1991; Oriole Publishing Ltd, W.H. Smith Ltd. 26. ASW planners confront old and new threats; Myron Struck; DE, July 1991, S.49-57. MOS => CMOS 27. U-Jagd-Sonarsysteme der deutschen Marine, Sachstand LSI Technology; Saul Zatz - Martin Marietta, Orlando, FL; und Ausblick; Regierungsdirektor Dr. Rer. Nat. Gert Maass; Countermeasures, January 1977, S.30,35,36. SuT, 12/1995, S.789-794. Radiation Hardned CMOS; Countermeasures, Vol.3, No.1, 28. Out of the blue: airborne maritime patrol goes littoral; John January 1977, S.46. Knows; JED, July 1998, S.45-50. 29. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.36. MPA/ASW, Maritime Patrol Aircraft/Anti Submarine 30. Nachfolge des Maritime Patrol Aircraft MPA, Das Warfare zuknftige luftgesttzte Aufklrungs- und Waffensystem Flugzeuge der Welt, heute - morgen; W. Green und D. der Marine; Uwe Budiner; SuT, 7/1999, S.418. Punnet; Werner Classen Verlag, Zrich/Stuttgart, 1971. 31. MPA - Wie sieht der Nachfolger aus? Jrgen Pppelmann; ASW - The deterrent; F. Glenn Peters; EW, July/August wt, IV/99, S.68. 1976, S.49-54. 32. MPA - Mehrere Firmen beteiligen sich an Ausschreibung; Acoustic countermeasures in the undersea environment; EADS-Magazin Mforum, Dezember 2000, S.9. Owen Flynn, Westinghouse, Baltimore), EW, Sept./Oct. 33. Feet dry, Maritime Patrol goes ashore; Kenneth B. 1976, S.62-66. Sherman; JED, March 2001, S.37-43. How Submarines collect signal intelligence; Harry F. 34. Up periscope, up antenna; Norman Friedman; JED, March Eustace; MSN, Oct./Nov. 1976, S.51-52. 2001, S.45-50. Minimizing reverberation in active Sonar; Owen Flynn; 35. Flugzeuge der Welt 2001; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch EW/DE, Sept./Oct. 1977, S.149-158. Verlag, Stuttgart, 2001. Seeberwachung - Teil 1: Flugzeuge; IWR, 5/1979, S.78736. Submarine sensors come to the surface; David L. Rockwell; 794,798. JED, August 2001, S.56-59. UK readies new generation of Electronic Systems; DE, 37. Instantaneous Frequency Measurement Receivers for August 1979, S.58-60. Maritime Patrol; William B. Sullivan - Wide Band Systems; Computers add new effektivness to SOSUS/CAESAR; Jim JED, October 2002, S.55-58. Bussert; DE, October 1979, S.59-64. 38. Luftgesttzte signalerfassende Aufklrung; Hubert Wenzl & New solutions emerge to solve old Sonar problems; George Jrg Deinert - Oberstleutnants; SuT, November 2002, S.55Rand; DE, October 1980, S.17-20. 57. To see and not be seen - That is the problem; DE, October 39. EC Monitor: MMA development takes another step ahead; 1980, S.78-84. Kenneth B. Sherman; JED, November 2002, S.30-31. Radar and Sonar can identify targets; G. C. Gaunaurd, H.M. 40. Seefernaufklrung aus der Luft tut Not! Gottfried Reichert; berall; MSN, April 1981, S.108-113. wt, I/2003, S.93-99. Sonar tests based on Bistatic Radar successes; DE, June 41. The Airbus A320; EADS-Anzeige; wt, I/2003, S.94-95. 1981, S.101-104. 42. Maritime Patrol; Jon Lake; Air International, May 2003, Undersea systems - Competition growing in ASW systems S.38-43. market; John F. Judge; DE, March 1985, S.138-146. 43. B737 joins the Navy; David Jensen; Avionics Magazine Antisubmarine Warfare - Versatile P-3C Orion meets Aviation Today, September 2004. www.aviationstoday.com growing ASW challenge; Lori A. McClelland; DE, April 1985, S.132-141. MRAM, Magnetic RAM Tough problems in arctic ASW; Dr. Garry M. Jacyna; JED, 1. Ultraschnelle Magnetspeicher; Hans Werner Schumacher March 1986, S.37-58. PTB, Braunschweig; Physik in Unserer Zeit, 6/2005(36), Meeting todays ASW challenge; John C. Dale, Fred W. S.261. Weidmann; DE, June 1986, S.91-97.

Monopuls-Antennen-Systeme

Introduction to Monopulse; Donald R. Rhodes, Ph.D.; Artech House, Inc., Boston-London, 1980.

17. The case for the air-transportable towed array; Marc Liebman; DE, April 1987, S.141-153. 18. Luftgesttzte U-Jagd in der Marine; Udo Thenhausen, Dornier; wt, 6/1987, S.52-59. 19. Can the Navy avert an air ASW airframe shortfall; James W. Rawles; DE, March 1988, S.59-74. 20. The nonacoustic detection of Submarines; Tom Stefanick; Scientific American; March 1988, S.25-31. 21. Not just a warmed-over P-3; James W. Rawles; DE, March 1989, S.47-52. 22. Lamps lights the way to new Soviet subs; Paul R. Jaszka; DE, March 1989, S.62-67. 23. Signal processors give Navy an edge in ASW; James A. Cochran, Curtis A. Weaver, Jr.; DE, March 1989, S.79-87. 24. The electronics of airborne ASW; Tod Shumway; DE, April 1990, S.51-60.


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MRCA Tornado => Panavia Tornado MRCM


Http://www.mrcm.net Aus der Industrie; Redaktion, SuT, Oktober 2002, S.49. Lightweight ESM and DF Units; product focus; JED, August 2004, S.29.


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MSW => Magnetostatics MTI-Radar => Radar


Isodoppler and mocomp corrections improve MTI Radar; Allan Nirenberg - Horizon Technology, Melbourne, FL; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)6, S.117-120. Radar characteristics, Part 7 - EW101 Tutorial; MovingTarget-Indicator Radars; Dave Adamy; JED, November 2000, S.62-63.

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Specifying Filters and Multiplexers; ICH, 1st Ed., June 1975/76, S.307-308. 2. Coax Multiplexers: Key to EW signal sorting; Harold L. Http://www.mtu.de Schumacher; MSN, Aug./Sept. 1976, S.89-93. MTU Aero Engines 2001; E.H.; wt, II/2002, S.49-50. Firmenprospekt: MTU Aero Engines, Engine Programs; GER 3. Multiplexers for ESM Receivers; Peter M. LaTourrette; EW/DE, January 1979, S.65-69. 02/04/MUC/02000/DE/BE/E. Firmenprospekt: MTU Aero Engines, Power for the World; 4. Multiplexing Filter Key to Flsatcom; William H. Harrison; MSN, June 1979, S.50-52 GER 02/04/MUC/03000/DE/BE/E. 5. Coaxial Multiplexers aid in EW signal sorting (EW); H. L. REPORT, MTU Aero Engines, Winter 04 / Spring 04. Schumacher - Microphase Corp.; MSN, October 1983, GP7000: Antrieb fr den A380; Luft- und Raumfahrt, Nr. 2, S.105-117. April-Mai-Juni 2004, S.20-21. 6. Understanding Filters and Multiplexers; H.L. Schumacher Geschftsbericht 2005 - Innovationen fr Generationen; Microphase Corp.; MDSH, Vol. 13, No.12, November 1983, GER 03/06MUC/05500/DC/EB/D S.168-180. 7. Filters and Multiplexers designed for ESM applications; J. E. MTV, Magnesium-Teflon-Viton Dean - Filtronic Components; MSN&CT, October 1986, New Tricks for Flares; John Knowles und Craig Lawrence; S.97-104. JED, October 2006, S.25-27. 8. Filters and Multiplexers designed for ESM applications; J. E. Dean - Filtronic Components; MSN&CT, November 1986, Mcke, Drohnensystem Mcke S.123-1131. STN ATLAS Firmenprospekt 211 05.00. 9. Anzeige 2-20 GHz Comb-Line Multiplexers von Drohnen in der Bundeswehr - Die aufstrebende Waffe; Microphase in MSN&CT, September 1988, S.66-67. Jrgen Pppelmann; wt/III, 2004, S.44-51. 10. Filtronic, Electronic Defence, Multiplexers & Channelisers: Http://www.filtronic.co.uk/products

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Multibeam-Abtastung => Antennen, Radar Multifunktions-Display Multifunktions-Radar

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Multisensorsystem
Multisensor warning receiver tackels growing threat; Richard Hartman; DE, May 1979, S.79-85.

Naval Radars Incorporate Phased Arrays (Radar); Fabrizio Martello & Stefano Protto; MSN, January 1981, S.109-116.

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MUSS
Aktiver Schutz fr Waffensysteme: MUSS Multifunktionales Selbstschutzsystem; WT II/2005, S.10-12.

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Night Vision boost comes from third-generation device; Irving M. Gottlieb; ME/C, Vol.8, No.7, July 1982, S.34-37. 2. Night Vision for NATO; James Millard; NATOs Sixteen Nations, Vol.31, No.6, October 1986, S.101-109. 3. Piercing the Darkness; Scott R. Gourley; DE, July 1989, S.8589. 4. At night: first look, first shot wins; Mark Tapscott; DE, April 1992, S.50-54. 5. Night Vision System adds Laser target designator; J.R.R.; DE, July 1992, S.14. 6. Die technologische Weiterentwicklung der Nachtsichttechnik - Eine Vergleichsbetrachtung zwischen USA und Europa; Manfred Hartl; S.38-46: Jahrbuch der Wehrtechnik, Folge 21, 1992, Bernard & Graefe Verlag Bonn. 7. Night vision technology update: Improvements for the soldier and the civilian; C.A.; De, July 1995, S.13-14. 8. A sampling of Night-Vision Systems; Don Herskovitz Technology; JED, January 2000, S.57-61. 9. EO/IR, Part 5 -Night Vision devices - EW101 Tutorial; Dave Adamy; JED, July 2001, S.66-67. 10. Nachsichttechnik - Infrarot-Sensorik; Arnulf Wallrabe; Vieweg, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, August 2001. 11. Bring on the Night; Robert N. Sulentic; JED, February 2002, S.53-56.

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NADGE
NADGE-System 18 Monate hart getestet; SuT, 5/1973, S.226-227. 3 Strengthening NATOs Air Defense C I; Jim Coghlan; DE, June 1986, S.179-184.

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Sperical near-field Antenna measurements improve through expanded software features; D. W. Hess, et al. Scientific-Atlanta; MSN&CT, March 1985, S.64-83. Near-field antenna measurement system, small, accurate and inexpensive; Greg Hindman & Dan Slater; MSN, November 1989, S. 48.

Second-Generation VORTAC equipment has remote maintenance and monitoring capabilities; A. H. Lang -ITT Avionics Division; MSN&CT, January 1985, S.144A-144L. Digital techniques and RF solid-state Technology improve TACAN and DME equipment; G. Bertocchi; MSN&CT, March 1985, S.80A-80F. Offshore Helicopter Radio Navigation uses DME-based system; M. Bohm -SEL; MSN&CT, April 1985, S.112A-112O. Traditional civil Navigation Systems continue in use; S. H. Dodington -ITT; MSN&CT, October 1985, S.80A-80L. Army MAPS for battlefield survey; M. Hadfield & T. Dahlin Honeywell; DE, October 1985, S.91-101. Hardware and Software structures control Navigation Aids (Part II); F. Limbach & K. Pahlig (SEL); MSN&CT, February 1986, S.80A-80F. Hardware and Software structures control Navigation Aids (Part I); F. Limbach & K. Pahlig (SEL); MSN&CT, January 1986, S.80A-80F. Microwave Landing System to revolutionize aviation - Part I; John F. Judge; MSN&CT, May 1986, S.112A-112L. Funkortungs- und Funknavigationsanlagen; Werner Mansfeld, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Habil.; Hthig Buch Verlag GmbH, Heidelberg, 1994, S.345-351. Funknavigation; Jrgen Mies; Motorbuch Verlag Stuttgart, 1995. Funkortung und Funknavigation, Einfhrung in die Grundlagen, Verfahren und Anwendungen; Erwin Lertes; Vieweg, 1995. Vermessung und Ortung mit Satelliten; Manfred Bauer; Wichmann, 1994 GPS, Global Positioning System, Technik und Anwendungen der Satellitennavigation; Jrgen Strobel; Franzis', 1995. Communication/Navigation systems; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 14, 2002, S.211-219. Communication/Navigation systems; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 13, 2003, S.203-208. NAVSTAR-GPS => GPS

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NCW, Network-Centric Warfare => Vernetzte Operationsfhrung NEACP


Gefechtsfhrung im Nuklearkrieg; Ashton B. Carter; Beitrag in Rstung und Sicherheit, Spektrum der Wissenschaft, Heidelberg, 1985, S.42-50.

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NAMFI

Das Waffensystem Roland - zuverlssig seit 20 Jahren; 1. Peter Streubel; wt, III/2000, S.56. Roland - Ein europisches Waffensystem mit Zukunft; Peter Streubel; wt, III/2001, S.82. Narda
Narda Microwave celebrates 50 years; Jack Browne Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 43(2004)6, S.33-38.

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Nebenkeulenstrung - Side Lobe Jamming


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

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Navigation, Funknavigation
Navigations- und Waffenleitsysteme eines modernen Kampfflugzeuges; SuT, 7/1971, S.402-407. Military Systems needs drive component demands; K.J. Sleger, Dr -Naval Research Lab; MDSH, Vol. 13, No.12, November 1983, S.15,17, 20.

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NEMP
Simulating the Nuclear Electromagnetic Pulse; Joseph C. Giles -EG&G Inc.; ME/C, Vol.3, No.8, August 1977, S.60-62. Radiation Hardned CMOS; A. London, D. Matteucci & R. Wang; ME/C, Vol.3, No.22, November 1977, S.42-47.

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Industry pushes new Rad Hardened Microcircuits to skeptical Missile planners; Richard Davis; EW/DE, March 1978, S.45-66. The Nuclear Environment - Whats it like? EW/DE, March 1978, S.52-53. Digital ICs and how they work; EW/DE, March 1978, S.6061. VLSI Advances Rad-Hard Technology; EW/DE, September 1978, S.115-122. Nuclear Hardening of Weapon Systems, Part I; Marion A. Rose; DE, September 1979, S.43-53. Nuclear Hardening of Weapon Systems, Part II; Marion A. Rose; DE, October 1979, S.71-80. Nuclear Hardening of Weapon Systems, Part III; Marion A. Rose; DE, November 1979, S.65-69, 92-93. Redaktion - Simulation des Nuklearen EMP; Mikrowellenmagazin, Heft 3/81, S.321-324. NEMP, Potential Crippler; Hans Seidel; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol. 8, No.2, 1982, S.178-185. Der Nukleare Elektromagnetische Puls (NEMP); Dieter Jaeger; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol. 8, No.3, 1982, S293-302. Is VLSI vulnerable to Radiation failures; C.R.B. - Industry News; DE, July 1982, S.51-52. Space-Hardned Microelectronics bring new advances; Dr. D. Howard Phillips; ME/C, Vol.8, No.8, August 1982, S.7678. Rad Hardening poses problems in large systems; Cedric R. Braun; DE, October 1982; S.177-183. Nuclear Effects on RF Propagation; Edwin Smith; DE, October 1984, S.228-232. Rad-Tolerant ICs are available off the shelf; Joseph S. Tirado - Harris; DE, November 1984, S.56-65. Schutz von HF-Gerten vor den Einwirkungen von NEMP; Walter Leuenberger; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol. 11, No.3, 1985, S.243-247. Vergeltungsschlag bei nuklearem Angriff; John Steinbruner; Beitrag in Rstung und Sicherheit, Spektrum der Wissenschaft, Heidelberg, 1985, S.30-41. Radiation Hardened ICs; J.M. Killiany, et al.; JED, February 1986, S.33-49. Optocouplers help defeat radiation; Andrew Gurbaxani HP, Stanford University; DE, June 1986, S.163-166. CMOS design yields Radiation Hardness; Richard Hall; DE, June 1986, S.197-204. Strahlungsfestigkeit von Optokopplern von HewlettPackard; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.12, No.3, 1986, S.225228. Radiation resistance gives CMOS/SOS the aerospace edge; Don Carly and Jack Handon - RCA Solid State Division; DE, October 1986, S.243-249. Shielding electronic components from Nuclear effects; Rudy Garbely; DE, May 1987, S.151-157. Understanding the EMP Threat; Dr. Gordon K. Soper und Dr. Kendall F. Casey; DE, November 1987, S.156-169. Radiation hardned MOSFETs enhance surveivability of military systems; Phillip E. Thibodeau; DE, January 1988, S.102-110. Radiation Effect on Microwave-amplifier performance; D.W. Hughes, et al. - Georgia Institute of Technology; MSN&CT, March 1988, S.56-60. Elektromagnetische Vertrglichkeit (EMV); K.-H. Gonschorek und A. Kohling; Physik in unserer Zeit, Mai 1988, Nr.3., S.80-91. Selecting Ics for a radiation environment; Joe Tirado -Harris Semiconductor; DE, June 1988, S.137-151.

31. Unclear Qualifications for Rad-Hard Devices; Chrystopher H. Clarke; DE, February 1989, S.47-50. 32. DOD hardens standards against EMP threat; James W. Rawles; DE, June 1990, S.87-91. 33. Gauging the effects of nuclear radiationon microstrip antennas in space; A. Kumar - AK Elektromagnetique, Quebec, Canada; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)8, S.145-146.


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Network-Centric Warfare, NCW => Vernetzte Operationsfhrung Netzwerkanalysator, NWA - Scalar Network Analyzer, SNA
Automatic Network Analyzer Accuracy: How to Get It, Lose It, Then Regain It; Jim K. Fitzpatrick; MSN, May 1980, S.7793. Der neue automatisierte Scalar Network Analyzer von Wiltron 10 MHz... 40 GHz; G. Lang, Gilching; Mikrowellenmagazin, Heft 3/81, S.283-285. K-band analyzers materialize on the FER measurement scene; Wayne Kennan - Avantek; Microwaves, 20(1981)9, S.61-68. Hochfrequenz- und Mikrowellen-Metechnik in der Praxis; Wolf Dieter Schleifer; Hthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1981. SNA simplifies loss measurements from 10 MHz to 40 GHz; HP-Product; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)3, S.138-142. New, large-screen Scalar Network Analyzer with expanded capabilities; Karl R. Kachigan - Hewlett-Packard; MJ, Dec. 1984, S.137-140. Handbuch der elektronischen Megerte; J. Osinga & J.W. Maaskant; Franzis, Mnchen 1984. Recruit an ANA for RCS tests; John Boyles, Hewlett-Packard; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)3, S.87-92. Selecting an SNA: Software and sensitivity; Jack Browne Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)8, S.115-121. RF engineers get a vector analyzer; Jack Browne - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)1, S.119-121. Vector network analyzer views 0.5 to 40.0 GHz; Robert Bathiany - Wiltron, Morgan Hill, CA; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)4, S.147-156. Fast pulses modulate L-band synthesizer; Richard Goodall John Fluke, Everett, WA; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)4, S.161-164. New Scalar Network Analyzer boasts powerfull Processsing; John J. Pink - Wiltron, Stevenage, UK; MSN&CT, May 1987, S.8-16. Network analyzer enhancements expand microwave applications - Product of EIP; Michael Pervere - HewlettPackard, Santa Rosa, CA; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)5, S.297-300. Modular system fits a multitude of ATE applications; Jack Browne - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)12, S.156-160. Economical vector network analyzer scans 0.13 to 20 GHz; Frank David & Karl Kachigan - Hewlett-Packard, Santa Rosa, CA; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)3, S.205-210. Vector analyzer breaks 60-GHz coax barrier - Product of Wiltron,Morgan Hill, CA; Jack Browne - Executive Editor; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)1, S.133-138. Analyzer achieves improved accuracy and speed to 50 GHz - Product of Hewlett-Packard; Jack Browne - Chief Editor; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)11, S.148-151.

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19. A Network Analyzer exhibits high performance at 50 GHz in coaxial transmission lines; Product of Hewlett-Packard, Palo Alto; MJ, Feb. 1991, S.144-146. 20. Integrated SNAs mate analyzer and RF source - Product of Wiltron, Morgan Hill, CA; Jack Browne - Chief Editor; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)8, S.174-175. 21. Vector analyzer improves with latest upgrade - Product of Wiltron, Morgan Hill, CA; Jack Browne - Chief Editor; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)10, S.158-159. 22. Low cost SNA receiver measures across a 70-dB range; Daniel Talbot - President Talbot Technology, Hudson, MA; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)1, S.77-86. 23. Vector analyzers combine speed with wide dynamic range; Product of Rohde & Schwarz, Munich; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)2, S.142. 24. Use network and spectrum analysis for mixer measurements - Mixer testing, Part 1; Dunleavy/Weller/Grimes - University of South Florida & James Culver - Raytheon E-Systems, St. Petersburg, FL; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)5, S.143-152. 25. Millimeter-wave VNAs extend to 110 GHz - Product of Anritsu Wiltron, Morgan Hill, CA; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)8, S.198. 26. Vector analyzers measure noise figure; Michael Rush, Anritsu, Morgan Hill, CA; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)9, S.103-106. 27. Check high-power components with VNAs; Boyd Shaw Hewlett-Packard, Santa Rosa, CA; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)9, S.114-120. 28. Performing Time-Domain measurements with a Vector Network Analyzer; Douglas Thornton & Ray Beers - Wiltron; MSN, February S.32-35.

17. Premiere: NH90-Serienhubschrauber; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2004, S.14. 18. Software-Entwicklungsmodell fr das Projekt NH90 bei Eurocopter Deutschland; Bernhard Huber; Luft-und Raumfahrt, Heft 3, Juli - September 2004, S.26-29. 19. Der NH90 hebt erstmals auerhalb Europas ab; James Sarazin; PLANET AEROSPACE 4/2004, Okt.-Nov.-Dez., S.54. 20. Bedarf von 300 bis 450 Maschinen weltweit; Interview mit Alain Brunello; PLANET AEROSPACE 4/2004, Okt.-Nov.-Dez., S.55-57. 21. NH90 setzt sich in Australien durch; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, November 2004, S.47. 22. Manahmen vor Einfhrung NH90; Bernd Claus, Oberstleutnant; SuT, September 2005, S.31-35. 23. Luftwaffe: Material- und Ausrstungsplanung; Markus Schetilin - Luftwaffe; Strategie und Technik, Mai 2006, S.2027.

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Nimrod, MR.2, MRA.4


A Britisch AEW Radar System. UK readies new generation of Electronic Systems; DE, August 1979, S.58-60. International Report: UKs AEW Nimrod in trouble; Gerald Green; MJ, December 1984, S.55. Airborne Radar, Part I: Air-to-Air; J. Clarke und C.M. Stewart; MJ, 01/86. Airborne Radar, Part II: Air-to-Surface; J. Clarke und C.M. Stewart; MJ, 02/86. U.K. Weighs alternatives to Nimrod -Industry News; D.A.B.; DE, May 1986, S.42-45. The Worlds Great Stealth and Reconnaissance Aircraft; Aerospace Publishing 1991; W. H. Smith Ltd. ISBN: 1870316-40-4. Nimrod R.1; Jon Lake; Air International, July 2001, S.29-35. RAF eats into Nimrod delay; Douglas Barrie/London; AW&ST, February 25, 2002, S.98. BAE sees opening for its MMA bid; David A. Fulghum, Farnborough/Warton, UJ; AW&ST, August 2002, S.56-57. European Report: Brendan P. Rivers; Nimrod 2000 DASS meets milestone; JED, September 2002, S.17. Further Nimrod slip draws scrutiny; Douglas Barrie, London; AW&ST, October 14, 2002, S.32-33. Military Aircraft of the United Kingdom - Part One; AFM, March 2003, S.47-48. UK Air Intelligence capabilities; Anthony Tucker-Jones; AFM, November 2003, S.22-27. Nimrod MRA4 taxi tials; Airscene Headlines; Air International, August 2004, S.12.

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NH90 Hubschrauber
Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; Gerhard Hubatscheck (Hrsg); Report Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 1999, S.104-105. NATO Helicopter NH 90; Helmuth Heumann; wt I/2000, S.30-32. Flugerprobung NH-90; Thomas Partzsch; wt I/2000, S.39. NH90 - LTH Heer; Reinhard Wolski; wt II/2000, S.40-42. Ein neuer Erfolg fr den NH90; pp; SuT, November 2001, S.4. NH-90 Europa: Acht Lnder, ein Hubschrauber; Gilles Patri; PLANET AEROSPACE, 1/2002, S.38-40. Europa-Standard; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Februar 2002, S.70-71. TTH, NFH, TTT... Ein Hubschrauber in Modulbauweise; PLANET AEROSPACE, 1/2002, S.41. Hubschrauber MH 90 fr die Marine; Bernhard Engelke Marineamt; SuT, Mai 2002, S.59-61. Keramik-Schutz fr NH-90; HJW; wt, II/2002, S.51. NH-90: Combat Search and Rescue - CSAR; Hans Joachim Wagner; wt II/2002, S.58-61. Protecting Europes new airmobile team; Lt Col Thierry Bon - French Army; JED, November 2002, S.50-51. Tiger und NH90: Erprobung auf der Zielgeraden; J.S. & R.W.; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr. 3/2003, Juli-AugustSeptember, S.56-59. Flugzeuge der Welt, 2004; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2004, S.240. Wichtige Erfolge fr Tiger und NH90 in Europa; J. S.; PLANET AEROSPACE, 1/2004, Jan.-Feb.-Mrz, S.53. Die Hubschrauber in der Bundeswehr; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt I/2004, S.49-54.

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NIS
Freund-/Feind-Kennsysteme; Uwe Brner, Andreas Ler und Jrgen Rommerskirchen; SuT, 2/1999, S.92-95

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Northrop Grumman Corporation


Http://www.northropgrumman.com Widening the Aperture: EWs top 25; Byron Callan; JED, May 1998, S.33-38. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.298. Top 25 EW 2001; B. Callan & M. Lynch; JED, May 2001, S.59-52. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 14, 2002, S.314315.

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NTDS

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Introduction to Electronic Warfare - Chapter 5: Command 3 Control and Communications (C ) Systems; D. Curtis

Schleher, Ph.D.; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, MA, 1986.

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OCCAR
WT-Gesprch mit Dr. Klaus von Sperber, Direktor OCCAR; wt, I/2001, S.92-94. OCCAR hat Status einer juristischen Person; RJ; SuT, Mrz 2001, S.4-5. OCCAR-Festakt; Peter Streubel; wt, I/2002, S.108-111. Fnf Jahre OCCAR - Auf dem Weg nach Europa; Jrgen Erbe; SuT, Mrz 2002, S.16. OCCAR als solider Baustein einer europischen Rstungsagentur; SuT, April 2002, S.15.

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Ocean Master

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Ocean Master, Airborne Maritime Patrol Radar; Firmenunterlage von Thomson-CSF & Daimler-Benz 10. Aerospace; 5M9553.223.39, (Ma) 03/97. Radar mit realer und synthetischer Apertur; H. Klausing & W. Holpp (Hrsg); Oldenburg Verlag Mnchen Wien, 2000, 11. S.373-376. Radar und FLIR: Ein starkes Duo; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr. 2, Januar-Mrz 2001, S.45. 12.

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Oerlikon Contraves Defense


Field-Sky-Sea-Guard; Mikrowellenmagazin, Heft 6/81, S.671-674. High Tech von Oerlikon Contraves; wt III/2001, S.125. 13.

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OHB Technologie AG
Visionen wurden Wirklichkeit; Dr. Frank-E. Rietz; Luft- und Raumfahrt, 1/2007, S.22-24.

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Omega => Funknavigation Ophelios


Optronische Multi-Sensor-Plattformen auf Schiffen; Bernd Naujokat - Oberstleutnant; SuT, 4/1999, S.238-242. 16.

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Optronik
Optronische Multi-Sensor-Plattformen auf Schiffen; Bernd Naujokat - Oberstleutnant; SuT, 4/1999, S.238-242. Sensoren fr U-Boote; Traugott Tietz & Roland Volz - Carl Zeiss Optronics, Oberkochen; Strategie & Technik, Mrz 2005, S.45-48. 18.

Hochfrequenz- und Mikrowellen-Metechnik in der Praxis; Wolf Dieter Schleifer; Hthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1981. Local Oscillator Phase Noise; C. J. Grebenkemper; W J Technotes, Vol. 8, No.6, Nov./Dec. 1981. Ku-Band digitally tuned Oscillator will sonn be available for systems designers; Cuong M. Pham, et al. - Avantek; DE, February 1982, S.46-54. Atomic oscillators stand test of time; Hugo Fruehauf - Ball, Irvine, CA; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)6, S.95-101,121-124. Introduction to Oscillators; KDI Electronics/Alpha, Inc.; MSDH, 4th Ed., July 1986, Vol. 16, No.7, S.173-195. Wideband digitally tuned Oscillator technology for Electronic Defense; L.R. Martin, et al. - Avantek; MSN&CT, July 1988, S.46-54. Microwave sources generate higher performance levels; Jack Browne - Executive Editor; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)4, S.131-139,165,166. Control drift in digitally-tuned sources; R.J. Blaser & J.F. Reynolds - M/A-COM, Chandler, AZ; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)3, S.94-101. Analysis method characterizes microwave oscillators- Part 1; Stanislaw Alechno - W.Z.R. Rawar, Warsaw, Polen; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)11, S.82-86. Analysis method characterizes microwave oscillators- Part 2; Stanislaw Alechno - W.Z.R. Rawar, Warsaw, Polen; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)13, S.125-136. Analysis method characterizes microwave oscillators- Part 3; Stanislaw Alechno - W.Z.R. Rawar, Warsaw, Polen; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)1, S.71-78. Analysis method characterizes microwave oscillators- Part 4; Stanislaw Alechno - W.Z.R. Rawar, Warsaw, Polen; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)2, S.65-72. Oscillator offers wide data bandwidth and high noise rejection; Vasil Uzunoglu - Synthtrack, Gaithersburg, MD; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)9, S.77-82. OCXOs shrink in size and power consumption- Product of Milliren Technolies, Newburyport, MA; Jack Brrowne Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)4, S.140-143. DDS enhances ovenized oscillator - Product of FEI Communications, Mitchel Field, NY; M. Block & J. Ho ; Microwaves & RF, 41(2002)3, S.100-104.

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Oszilloskop
Wie arbeite ich mit dem Elektronenstrahl-Oszilloskop? Sutaner/Wiler; Franzis', 1982. Handbuch der elektronischen Megerte; Jan Osinga & Johannes Willem Maaskant; Franzis', 1982. Digital Osciloscope provides fast, automated PulseModulation measurements; D. Schwartz & B. Lord Hewlett-Packard; MSN&CT, March 1987, S.36-46. Digital scopes tackle high-speed time-domain tests; Robert M. Clarke - Freelance Writer; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)13, S.143-152. Buying a Digital Oscilloscope; R. Loop & B. Adams Tektronix; MSN&CT, January 1989, S.70-76. Digitizing Scope uses TDR and statical analysis; Product of Hewlett-Packard; MSN, October 1989, S.76.

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Orka-1200
Orka will die Meere regieren; F.C.; PLANET AEROSPACE, 4/2003, S.46. EADS targets world; D. Fulghum & R. Wall; AW&ST, September 15, 2003, S.70-74.

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Oszillatoren, Oscillators

4. Voltage Controlled Oscillators - In modern ECM Systems; R. N. Buswell; W J Tech-notes, Vol. 1, No. 6, Nov./Dec. 1974. Cavity controlled Oscillators; T.R. Bushnell & R.N. Buswell; 5. WJ Tech-notes, Vol.4, No.6, Nov./Dec. 1977. Hyperabrupt Varactor-Tuned Oscillators; R. M. Beach; W J 6. Tech-notes, Vol. 5, No.4, July/Aug. 1978.

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Color scopes recall 1-GHz bandwidths with long memories; Product of LeCroy, Chestnut Ridge, NY; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)3, S.189. 8. Versatile oscilloscope saves measurement time - Product of LeCroy, Chestnut Ridge, NY; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)6, S.128. 9. Digital oscilloscopes attack communications applications Product of Tektronix, Beavetron, OR; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)6, S.132. 10. Digital scopes adapt to serve designers changing needs; Gene Heftman - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)1, S.135-146. 11. Learn more about digital scopes; Alan Conrad - Special Projects Editor; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)5, S.210. 12. Scopes offer high bandwidth and time-saving features Product of LeCroy, Chestnut, NY; Don Keller - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)10, S.146.

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Over-the-Horizon Radar in the HF Band; James M. Headrick & Merrill I. Skolnik; Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol. 62, No. 6, June 1974, S.664-673. Pave Paws guards U.S. perimeter; J.F.J.; DE, December 1984, S.110-111. Bachscatter Radar extends Early Warning times - HF Radar; David A. Boutacoff; DE, May 1985, S.71-83. Air Forces Upgrading Defenses at NORARD; Bruce Gumble; DE, August 1985, S.86-108. Cloudy Skies for the ADI? B.L.G.; DE, January 1987, S.59-64. Whose Phased-Array Radars violate the ABM Treaty? Jim Bussert; DE, April 1987, S.116-124. OTH-B Radar Begins Limited Operations; MSN & CT, February 1988, S.60. Over-the-Horizon Backscatter Radar; M. R. Stiglitz & C. Blanchard; MJ, May 1990, S.32-34. Air Force accepts first OTH-Radar; Ron Schneiderman Senior Ed./News; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)5, S.48-52.

OTH-Radar

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P-3C Orion
P-3C Orion accomodates system changes; Tug Wilson; ME/C, Vol.9, No.3, March 1983, S.39-45. Versatile P-3C Orion meets growing ASW challenge; Lori A. McClelland; DE, April 1985, S.132-141. Not Just a Warmed-Over P-3; James W. Rawles; DE, March 1989, S.46-52. The Electronics of Airborne ASW; Todd Shumway; DE, April 1990, S.51-60. Japan funds P-3Cs for update IV ASW; J.S.H.; DE, July 1991, S.45-47. P-3 Update IV to enter Navy testing; DE, March 1992, S.13. P-3 replacements proposed - EC Monitor; K. Sherman; JED, October2000, S.25-27. Feet Dry, Maritime Patrol goes ashore; Kenneth B. Sherman; JED, March 2001, S.37-43. EADS CASA modernisiert Spaniens P-3 Orion; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr.3, April-Juni 2001, S.52-55. Multi-mission Maritime Aircraft RFP released; EC Monitor Kenneth B. Sherman; JED, May 2002, S.34-36. Atlantique replacement up in the air; Europear Report, Michal Fiszer; JED, July 2003, S.23. Die erste modernisierte P-3B; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr.3/2003, Juli-August-September, S.44. Lockheed P-3 Orion - Simply the best; Air International, July 2003, S.48-53. US Navy Orions; Rick Burgess; AFM, December 2003, S.7682. Der Flsternde Riese wird abgelst - die P-3C Orion kommt. Hans-Dieter Evers - Korvettenkapitn, Dezernatsleiter, Kiel; SuT, Mai 2004, S.46-47. Military/Civil interoperability extented scope for CNS/ATC; Charlotte Adams; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, February 2005. Orion lst Atlantic ab; Rainer Schmid; FLIEGERREVUE, 3/2005, S.30. P-3C Orion - Das neue Multi Mission Aircraft der Deutschen Marine; Wolfgang Mache, Fregattenkapitn; Strategie und Technik, Juni 2006, S.53-55. Nordsee-Patrouille im fliegenden Klassenzimmer; Stefen Petersen; FLUG REVUE, September 2007, S.46-50.

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25. Das Boden-Luft-System PAAMS; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr.2, Januar-Mrz 2001, S.34-37. 26. Backboards of the fleet: Shipboard Phased-Array Radars; Dimitris V. Dranidis; JED, May 2003, S.55-62. 27.

PAAMS, Principal Anti-Air Missile System

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Panavia Tornado
MRCA - eine Entscheidung von Gewicht; Hermann Schmidt, MdB; SuT, 7/1973, S.343-348. Technisch-logistische Vorbereitung von Luftfahrzeugen fr den Krisen-Einsatz; Helmut Casper; SuT, 11/1997, S.641645. New threat Warners selected for German Tornados; Martin Streetly - European Report; JED, September 1999, S.18. Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; S.122-129; Gerhard Hubatschek (Hrsg); Report Verlag, Frankfurt, 1999.

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Panavia Tornado; Flugzeug-Katalog 2000, Militrflugzeuge; GeraNova Verlag, Mnchen. Moderne Kampfflugzeuge; Thomas Bttig; Mittler, Hamburg, 2000, S.118-123. Air Force Special - Militrfuftfahrt heute, No.2; GeraNova Zeitschriftenverlag GmbH, Mnchen, 2000-2. Tornado in Vorbereitung fr die nchsten Dekaden; Anzeige von *Panavia Aircraft GmbH in wt, IV/2000, S.44. Luftfahrzeuge und Luftfahrtgertetechnik, die Abteilung LG; wt IV/2000, S.148-150. Luftfahrzeuge und Luftfahrtgertetechnik; SuT, 12/2000, S.791-802. Fernmeldetechnik und Elektronik; Kapitel: Die Flug- und Taktiksimulatoren Tornado; SuT, 12/2000, S.817-824. British Aerospace Plc., Military Aircraft Division Headquarters; Firmenprospekt M.A.D. 002 5/87 5K, S.17. Contract let for German Tornado RWRs; European Report Martin Streetly; JED, February 2001, S.18. Javelin and Tornado F.3; Classics Compared; Jon Lake; Air International, February 2001, S.97-105. Tornado fliegt auf der Hhe der Zeit; eb; EADS-Magazin, Mforum, Mai 2001, S.10-11. TORNADO - Verdoppelung der Nutzungsdauer auf 8000 Flugstunden; Oberstleutnant Ralf Liesenfeld, Luftwaffe, & Olaf Ripper, ESG, Mnchen, SuT, Mai 2001, S.40-46. TSPJ development continues; European Report - Patrick Brunet; JED, December 2001, S.21. Tornado upgrade decision looms for Royal Saudi Air Force; Douglas Barrie, Warton, UK; AW&ST, January 28, 2002, S.63-64. Tornado GR.4; Dave Willis; AFM, March 2002, S.26-27. Flieger-Kalender 2003: Fliegen, wo die Flotte fhrt; Dr Stefan Petersen; Mittler & Sohn, Hamburg/Berlin/Bonn, August 2002, S.116-119. RAF combat aircraft; Dave Willis; AFM, November 2002, S.38-45. German SEAD - The Tornado ECRs JaBoG 32; Steve Davis; AFM, March 2003, S.32-35. Flightline: Panavia Tornado; FLUG REVUE, August 2003, S.45-48. MRCA Tornado; Ulrich Metternich; FLIEGERREVUE, 8/2003, S.56-59. Aufklrung im Einsatzgebiet; Roland Runge Oberstleutnant, Luftwaffenfhrungskommando; SuT, Mai 2004, S.25-31. Panavia Tornado; Special Supplement Air International, November 2004. Der Tornado Rckenwind fr Europas Verteidigung; Wolfgang Mhlbauer; Planet AeroSpace, 4/2004, S.70-73. Recce-Tornado - Eine Aufklrungsfhigkeit der Luftwaffe; P. Weber, S. Mehl, O. Mller; SuT, Februar 2007, S.34-36. Tornado weiter gefragt; Heiko Thiesler; FLIEGERREVUE, 09/2007, S.26-30. Parabolantennen => Antennen

3. 4.

PARS 3 LR, MRPanzer-Abwehr-Raketen-System der 3. Generation Lange Reichweite, Medium Reichweite

1.

2. 3. 4. 5.

PARS 3 LR - Waffensystem des Untersttzungshubschraubers Tiger; Hans-Dieter Schulz; SuT, 10/2000, S.649-652. Schieversuche mit PARS 3 LR erfolgreich beendet; SuT, Februar 2002, S.4-5. PARS 3 Lange Reichweite - Hauptbewaffnung des Tiger qualifiziert; Jrgen Erbe; SuT, Februar 2002, S.24-25. Lenkflugkrper des Heeres; Wol-Rdiger Petereit; wt, III/2002, S.61-66. BGT Bodenseewerk - Ein Unternehmen der Diehl VA Systeme. BGT-Firmnebroschre, Januar 2003.

1. 2.

Paveway
BGT Bodenseewerk - Ein Unternehmen der Diehl VA Systeme. BGT-Firmnebroschre, Januar 2003. Per Laser punktgenau ins Ziel; Patrick Hoeveler; FLUG REVUE, September 2005, S.42-43.

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Peiler, Peilung - Direction Finding, DF


Airborne Rotary DF Antenna systems; Terry Harper; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.2, No.2, March/April 1975. DF Antenna System selection; Dr. Robert H. Kyle - EM Systems, Sunnyvale, CA; ME/C, July 1977, S.20,64,65. UHF/VHF Direction Finding; J.B. Harrington & T.G. Callaghan; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.8, No.1, Jan./Feb. 1981. Auswahlkriterien fr Peilantennen; Dr. Robert H. Lyle, ESystems, Sunnyvale; Mikrowellenmagazin, Heft 3/81, S.303-305. PA 010, der erste Doppler-Peiler fr den Kurzwellenbereich; E. Schmengler & B.F. Ernst - Rohde & Schwarz; Mikrowellenmagazin, Heft 5/81, S.590-593. Improving system and environmenttal DF accuracy; J.B. Harrington; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.9, No.1, Jan./Feb. 1982. Monochannel Direction Finding improves Monopulse Techniques; D.E. Klaus & R.P. Hollis - WJ; DE, March 1982, S.35-43. DF system and correction techniques; J.B. Harrington; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.9, No.2, March/April 1982. Advanced HF DF System provides ranging by vertical triangulation; S.M. Bennett & K.B. Jenkins - Sanders DE, June 1982, S.90-95. Target Location is determined by DF Systems Bearing Accuracy; R. R. Keenly - Condor Systems; MSN, February 1983, S.146-156. Direction-Finding in Tactical Communications is constrained by topography, not technology; J. B. Harrington - WJ; MSN, August 1983, S.64-78. DF system developed for AirLand battle 2000; Douglas W. Bonnot - Tech Comm.; DE, October 1984, S.157-164. Moderne Peilverfahren fr die FM-Aufklrung; Gerhard Bodemann; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.11, No.2, 1985, S.135-147. Accuracy considerations for reliable position fixing Direction Finding; Hans-Christoph Hring; DE, May 1985, S.173-181. TELEGON 8 - Moderne Gerteentwicklung auf dem Gebiet der Peiltechnik; Kurt Zehendner - AEG, Ulm; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.11, No.3, 1985, S.248-253. New directions for the Armys DF Receivers; E. Schmidt & C. Davis; DE, October 1985, S.103-107. Low-profile antenna improves DF accuracy; John E. Hill WJ, San Josw, CA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)8, S.109-114. Polarization errors in phase interferometry; Jsko Budin; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.13, No.5, 1987, S.474-478. ber die Zusammenhnge zwischen Ortungsfehlern und Mefehlern; Dr. Friedrich Jondral, AEG, Ulm; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.13, No.6, 1987, S.673-677. Spinning DF Antenna systems in modern Electronic Warfare; Mark D. Hanson - WJ; MSN&CT, September 1988, S.22-30. Enhancing the accuracy of Direction-Finding EW systems; Chuck Davis - Varian; MSN&CT, September 1988, S.52-64. Funkpeiltechnik; Rudolf Grabau & Klaus Pfaff; Franckh, Stuttgart 1989. Elevation-Caused Errors in Azimuth-only DF Systems; David Adamay; MSN, February 1989, S.48-50.

1.

Patch Antennas => Antennen


Accurate design of dual-band patch antennas; Randy Bancroft - Martin Marietta, Denver, CO; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)9, S.113-118. Antenna design offers small size with wide bandwidth; K. Rambabu, M. Ramesh & A.T. Kalghatgi - Bharat Electronics, Bangalore, India; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)9, S.105-108. Patch antenna serves GPS systems - Product of Trans-Tech, Adamstown, MD; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)3, S.51. Design an antenna for pacemeker communication; Cynthia Furse - Uta State University, Logan, UT; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)3, S.73-76. Mini patch antennas target telecomm - Product of Spectrum Control, Fairview, PA; Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)5, S.49.

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5.

8. 9.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Patriot
SAM-D is a Patriot; Richard Hartman; ME/C, July 1977, S.26,35,36. Patriot goes into limited Production; DE, December 1980, S.37-38. Raytheon tackels Patriots; Michael Kachmar - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)4, S.21. The Patriot Radar in Tactical Air Defense; David R. Carey (Raytheon) & William Evans (Patriot Project Office, Huntsville, AL); MJ, May 1988, S.325-332. Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; Gerhard Hubatschek (Hrsg); Report Verlag, Frankfurt a/M, 1999, S.154-157. Fit fr die Zukunft - Die Rstungsplanungen fr die Flugabwehrraketenverbnde der Luftwaffe; Heinz Wohak Oberst i.G., Luftwaffe; SuT, 2/2000, S.93-99. Flugkrper in der Bundeswehr; Wolf-Rdiger Petereit, wt, II/2000, S.18-23. Leserbrief - Lserforum; SuT, November 2001, S.66. Die deutsche Luftverteidigung - Mit SAMOC und MEADS auf neuen Wegen; Jrgen Ppelmann; wt II/2004, S.64-69. 10.

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12. 13.

5. 6.

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7. 8. 9.

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16. 17.

1. 2.

PAVE PAWS
Radar requirements on the upswing; MSN, March 1978, S.33. Solid State Transmit/Receive module for the PAVE PAWS Phased Array Radar; Donald J. Hoft - Raytheon, Wayland; MJ, October 1978, S.33-35. Raytheon Phased Array technology at work: A Radar that can spot targets as small as a basketball 1.200 miles away; Anzeige von Raytheon in DE, November 1981, S.13. Phasengesteuertes Radar; Eli Brookner; Beitrag in Rstung und Sicherheit, Spektrum der Wissenschaft, Heidelberg, 1985, S.128-137. Raystheon upgrades Paws; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)4, S.21. 18. 19.

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20.

4.

21. 22. 23.

5.

24. Rate the merits od pseudo-doppler direction finding; Clark Oden - Frontier Engineering, Oklahoma, OK; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)3, S.79-82. 25. DF system intercepts 25 to 1000 MHz - Product of Maxim Technologies, Santa Clara, CA; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)3, S.166. 26. Optimal Programm passively finds radar threats; Raymond H. Burros; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)9, S.87-90. 27. Funkortungs- und Funknavigationsanlagen; Werner Mansfeld; Hthig, Heidelberg 1994. 28. VHF-UHF-Peler DDF 190 - Digitales Peilen von 20 bis 3000 Mhz nach ITU-Richtlinien, Neues von R&S (1996) Nr. 152, S.30-32. 29. Compact DF antenna delivers high AoA accuracy; Paul M. Eyring - Senior Engineer, AIL Systems, Deer Park, NY; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)6, S.61-68. 30. A sampling of Direction Finding Systems; Don Herskovitz Technology Survey; JED, August 1998, S.53-61. 31. Precision location and identification: A revolution in threat warning and situational awareness; Lt Col Jon Wilson, USAF; JED, November1999, S.43-48. 32. Digitaler Peiler DDF 190 jetzt von 0,5 MHz bis 3000 Mhz. Neues von R&S (2000) Nr. 166, S.16-17. 33. A sampling of Direction Finding Systems - Technology Survey; Don Herskovitz; JED, August 2000, S.57-65. 34. EW101 A First Course in Electronic Warfare; David Adamy; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 2001. 35. Digital Peiler R&S DDF 195 - Neuer Digitaler Peiler fr 0,5 MHz ... 3000 MHz; Neues von R&S, 2002/2, Nr. 174, S.4749. 36. Review of Emitter-Location approaches; EW101; Dave Adamy; JED, August 2002, S.58-59. 37. Emitter-Location: Reporting Location accuracy; EW101; Dave Adamy; JED, September 2002, S.62-63. 38. Review of Emitter-LocationTechniques; EW101; Dave Adamy; JED, October 2002, S.60-61. 39. Distace-Measuring and Inteferometric Techniques; EW101; Dave Adamy; JED, November 2002, S.62-63. 40. Precision Emitter-Location Techniques; EW101; Dave Adamy; JED, December 2002, S.66-67. 41. Sichere Peilung von Schiffen in Kstennhe - Digitaler Peiler R&S DDF 100; Ulrich Unselt; Neues von R&S, Heft 182(2004/II), S.54-55.

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10. 11. 12. 13.

Przisionswaffen in der Luftwaffe; Obertsleutnant Karsten Stoye - Jagdbombergeschwader 31; SuT, Juni 2002, S.59-63. Gelenkte Waffen; Christian Hauser; FLIEGERREVUE, 7/2002, S.23-27. Navy joins JSOW exodus; Robert Wall; AW&ST, June 17, 2002, S.32. Precision strike experience whets global appetites; Steven J. Zaloga - Teal Group; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 13, 2003, S.167-169. Unpowered precision-guided weapons; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 13, 2003, S.188-190. Satellitengelenkte Waffen; Michael Puttre; Spektrum der Wissenschaft, April 2003, S.66-72. Hard, smart and accurate; David C Isby; AFN, July 2003, S.28-32. Per Laser punktgenau ins Ziel; Patrick Hoeveler; FLUG REVUE, September 2005, S.42-43.

1. 2.

Phasendetektor
Designing with Phase Detectors; Don Neuf & Phil Piro - RHG Electronics Laboratory; MSN&CT, September 1987, S.76-82. Technische Unterlage der US-Firma Mini-Circuits, Brooklyn, NY, USA: 29 most frequently asked questions about phase detectors, C46 REV F.

1.

Phase-Locked Oscillators
Firmenunterlage von RFD, Inc., Tampa, Florida, USA.

1.

Phasengesteuerte Gruppenantennen
Electronically-scanned phased array augments EW power management; O.B. Mitchell - Emerson Electric; EW, May/June 1975, S.24-29. Phased Array Antenna fundamentals; Robert Kyle - ESystems, Sunnyvale, CA; ME/C, Vol.4, No.3. March 1978, S.26-28,54. MBA vs. Phased Array: Whats Best for Satellite Application? Leon J. Ricardi; MSN, May 1978, S.32-37. Designing a broadband Phased Array Antenna suitable for use in ECM Systems; Lars Josefsson - LM Ericsson; DE, February 1980, S.85-88. Optimize phased-array T/R performance; T.L. Martinec; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)3, S.95-97. Phased arrays loom as intelligent antennas; Allan C. Schell Rome Air Development Center, Bedford, MA; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)7, S.65. Fiber Optics for Microwave/Millimeter-Wave Phased Arrays; J.J. Pan - E-Tek Dynamics; MSN, July 1989, S.48-54. Phased Array Antennas - EW101 Tutorial; Dave Adamy; JED, December 1997, S.60-61.

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3. 4.

5. 6.

1.

Permittivitt
Microwaves measure complex permittivity; M. Martinelli, P.A. Rolla & E. Tombari - Pisa Uni, Pisa, Iltaly; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)3, S.147-152. Permittivity of Fiber-Polymer composites: A study to determine the effects of the environment; Rick L. Moore, et al. - Georgia Institute of Technology; MJ, Feb. 1991, S.6782. 7. 8.

2.

1.

Phasenrauschen, Phase Noise


Phase Noise Characterization of Microwave Oscillators; Hewlett-Packard, Product Note 11729B-1, March 1984. Phase-noise analysis, Part 1: Evaluate the impact of phase noise on receiver performance; Mohamed K. Nezami Florida Atlantic University; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)5, S.165-172. Phase-noise analysis, Part 2; Evaluate the impact of phase noise on receiver performance; Mohamed K. Nezami Florida Atlantic University, FL; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)6, S.101-108. Phasenrauschen - Harmonische und subharmonische Schwingungen bei Oszillatoren; Mikrowellenzeitung,

1. 2.

PGB, PGM, PGW

3. 4. 5.

2. Smart weapons changing tactical warfare; Robert Carroll; DE, June 1981, S.37-43. Smart Munitions - Are they affordable? Tony Corrado Aerojet Electro Systems; MSN&CT, December 1988, S.32- 3. 36. Directed Energy; Fred Levien; JED, November 2000, S.4348. Unpowered precision-guided weapons; AW&ST Aerospace 4. Sourcw Book, January 14, 2002, S.196-197. Lasing the Israeli way; AFM, February 2002, S.40.

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7.

Ausgabe 2002, S.16-17 - Publikation der Parzich GmbH, Puergen. Blue Phase - Festfrequenzquellen und Synthesizer bieten geringes Phasenrauschen; Mikrowellenzeitung, Ausgabe 2002, S.18-19 - Publikation der Parzich GmbH, Puergen. Theory and practical considerations for measuring phase noise better than -165 dBc/Hz: Part I; Pankaj Goyal National Semiconductor; Microwave Journal, October 2004, S.62-76. Theory and practical considerations for measuring phase noise better than -165 dBc/Hz: Part II; Pankaj Goyal National Semiconductor; Microwave Journal, November 2004, S.70-93.

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6.

Simplifying thr specs of PIN-diode switches; S.J. Algeri & G.R. Hicks - WJ, Palo Alro, CA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)7, S.83-91. PIN-Diode switching used at Microwave Frequencies; New England Microwave Corp.; MSN&CT, November 1986, S.107-109. A review of Solid-State Radar receiver protection devices; Neil Roberts - EEV Inc. Lincoln; MJ, Feb. 1991, S.121-125.

1.

Pitot
Flugtechnik, Band 5; Jrgen Mies; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1999. Plasma Plasmatechnik; Dr. Thomas Kretschmer; SuT, 2/1999, S.88.

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Phasenschieber

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2.

3.

Technology advances design of Microwave diode Phase Shifters; H. Endler - Systron Donner; MSDH, 4th Ed., July 1986, Vol. 16, No.7, S.321-325. 1. Phase shifters and delay lines fine-tune systems; Jack Browne - Executive Editor; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)6, S.131-140. 2. High-Power switchable Ferrites meet EW needs; Henry Stewart - Gamma Microwave; MSN, October 1989, S.38-46.

PLL, Phase-Locked Loop


Fast-switching synthesizers track agile signals; W.C. Beam & P.J. Rezin - Watkins-Johnson, Gaithersburg, MD; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)8, S.152-157. DDS/PLL methods craft low-noise synthesizers - Product of Communication Techniques, Whippany, NJ; Jack Browne Chief Editor; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)10, S.133-138.

1. 2.

Phasenumtastung - Phase Shifting


Taschenbuch der Hochfrequenztechnik; Meinke Gundlach; Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1992, 2.4, S.O19. Mikrowellen in der Anwendung; Erich Pehl; Hthig, Heidelberg, 1993, 1.5, S.13.

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POI, Probability of Intercept


Statistical Analysis yields probability of timely intercept; Arthur G. Self - MEL, Ontario, Canada; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)9, S.93-100.

1. 2.

Phnix, AIM-54
Improved Phnix Missile joins Fleet; James B. Schultz; DE, April 1985, S.115-119. AIM-54 Phnix; IECH 2001, S.230. 1.

Polarisation
Watkins-Johnson, San Jose: Polarization Considerations in Selecting Surveillance Antennas; John Hill; JED, August 1982. Electronic Intelligence, The Analysis of Radar Signals, Chapter 4, Polarization; Richard G. Wiley - Syracuse Researce; Artech House, Boston London. Polarimetry augments microwave system measurement ability; David L. Hawthorne - WJ, San Jose, CA; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)9, S.162-170. Polarization errors in phase interferometry; Jsko Budin; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.13, No.5, 1987, S.474-478. Polarization Measurement: Part 1; D. L. Hawthorne; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.14, No. 6, Nov./Dec. 1987. Polarization Measurement: Part 2; D. L. Hawthorne; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.15, No.1, Nov./Dec. 1988.

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1.

Photodetektor, -diode, -effekt, und -zele


Elektronik - Grundlagen der Elektronik und der elektronischen Schaltungstechnik; Herbert Frisch; LexikaVerlag Grafenau und VDI-Verlag, Dsseldorf, 1975. Enzyklopdie Naturwissenschaft und Technik; Band 4, PSto; Verlag Moderne Industrie, Landsberg a. Lech, 1981. Physik; Gerthsen, Kneser, Vogel; Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg New York, 1982. Brockhaus Naturwissenschaft und Technik, Band 4, Ni-Sn, F.A. Brockhaus Mannheim, 1989. 3.

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PIMAWS
Passive optronische Flugkrper-Warnsensoren; Bernd Uwira - BGT, berlingen; wt I/2004, S.116-117.

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Polarisationsagilitt
Advanced Intrapulse Polarization Agile Radar Nears Deployment; R. Efurd, M. Cohen, E. Sjoberg; MSN, February 1984, S.67-76. Intrapulse Polarization Agile Radar Evolves Into Working system; M.N. Cohen, E.E. Martin, E.S. Sjoberg; MSN, September 1984, S.96A-96L.

1.

PIN-Dioden, PIN-Schalter
Unleash the potential of the new PIN diodes; Robert J. Preston, et al. - SDI Inc., North Billerica, MA; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)13, S.87-91. Predict intercept points in PIN-diode switches , Part 1; Gerald Hiller - M/A-COM Semiconductor Products & Prof. Robert Caverly - Southeastern Masschusetts University, Burlington, MA; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)13, S.103-108. Predict PIN-diode switch distortion, Part 2; Gerald Hiller M/A-COM Semiconductor Products & Prof. Robert Caverly Southeastern Masschusetts University, Burlington, MA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)1, S.111-116.

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1.

Polyphem => Trifom Przisionsanflugradar


Scanning-Pencil-Beam technique provides accurate 3-D Radar coverage; R. E. Johnson (ITT Gilfillan); MSN&CT, August 1985, S.80A-80K.

3.

Predator => RQ-1 Predator PRF => Radar

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3.

Understanding the Pulse Repetition Intervall - Part 1; Joel Schindall & M.J. Caraballo - WJ, San Jose, CA; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)9, S.84-91. A Pulse Intervall processor to fill intelligence missions - Part 2; Joel Schindall & M.J. Caraballo - WJ, San Jose, CA; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)10, S.115-119. Handbuch Radar und Radarsignalverarbeitung; Albrecht Ludloff; Vieweg, 1993, S.2-28.

1.

PtSi, Platinsilizid
Nachsichttechnik - Infrarot-Sensorik; Arnulf Wallrabe; Vieweg, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, August 2001.

1.

Puls-Doppler-Radar => Radar


Radar characteristics, Part 6 - EW101 Tutorial; CW and Pulse-Doppler Radars; Dave Adamy; JED, October 2000, S.66-67. Generic doppler processor speeds Radar analysis; H.F. Engler, Jr., P.D. West, M.D. Austin & T.R. Gardos - Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia Tech Research Institute, Atlanta, GA; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)3, S.874-93.


1.

Primrradar => Radar Programmiersprachen


Programmiersprachen; Frank Pfeil; SuT, Januar 2002, S.29.

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1.

Puls-Kompression => Radar


Seven tips on specifying pulse-compression systems; Walter A. Crofut - Andersen Lab., Bloomfield; Microwaves, 19(1980)4, S.66-68. Digital design improves radar pulse compression; Tortolli/Baldanzi/Guidi/Atzeni - University of Florence, Italy; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)5, S.135-140. Radar characteristics, Part 5 - EW101 Tutorial; Pulse Compression; Dave Adamy; JED, September 2000, S.79-80.

PSK
Digital Phase Modulation (PSK) and Wideband FM... Using the 8660A/C Synthesized Signal Generator; HewlettPackard Co Application Note 164-4, August 1975. Understanding PSK demodulation techniques - Part 1; J. Mark Steber - WJ, Gaitherburg, MD; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)3, S.137-139, 142, 145. Understanding PSK demodulation techniques - Part 2; J. Mark Steber - WJ, Gaitherburg, MD; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)4, S.113-118. Optimize PSK systems through direct-sequence techniques; Tien Mahn Nguyen; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)1, S.118, 120, 123, 126.

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Pyrophoric
New Tricks for Flares; John Knowles und Craig Lawrence; JED, October 2006, S.25-27.

4.

SCHRIFTTUM ZU AVIONIK, AEROSPACE UND WEHRTECHNIK ~1~

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QAM, QPSK
Check the performance of digital microwave radios; Russell C. Pepe - Anritsu America, Oakland,NJ; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)3, S.157-159. Electronic Communication Systems; George Kennedy; McGraw-Hill International Editions, New York, 1985. QPSK Modulators produce RF output to 270 degrees; MiniCircuit Product; MSN&CT, May 1988, S.174. QPSQ Modulators serve as building blocks for multi-octave Communications; Mini-Circuit Product; MSN, April 1989, S.57. Fachbegriffe der Elektronik, Telekommunikation und Computertechnik; Ulrich Freyer; Franzis Verlag, Poing, 2000. Mikrowellen in der Anwendung; Erich Pehl; Hthig, Heidelberg, 1993.

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1.

Quarzoszillatoren, Crystal Oscillators


Fundamentals of Quarz Oscillators; Hewlett-Packard Co Application Note 200-2.

Produktinformation von MUNICOM, Grassau: PrzisionsQuarzoszillatoren von ERC. AnzeigePrecision Crystal Oscillators, Series 8000 von ERC in Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)2, S.18. Fundamentals of Time and Frequency Standards; HewlettPackard Application Note 52-1, Rev. October 1974. Crystal oscillators set frequency standards - Special Report; Jack Browne - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)2, S.117-128. Crystal oscillator features fast warm-up - Produuct of Frequency and Time Systems, Beverly, MA; Steven M. Bass, et al.; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)2, S.144; Anzeige von Bliley Electric Company: Digitally compensated crystal oscillators; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)5, S.79. Understanding crystal oscillators; Pezo Crystals, Carlisle, PA; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)3, S.166. Precision tuned crystal oscillators - Beilage von MTI Milliren Technologies, 02985K, Http://www.mti-milliren.com , in Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)5.

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Radar, Radartechnik

ber die Erfassungsreichweite von Radaranlagen; Max Drachner; SuT, 5/1971, S.260-162. 2. AGARD-LS-59, Determination and Use of Radar Scattering Characteristics; October 1973. 3. How to Speak Radar, Basic Fundamentals and Applications of Radar; Arnold E. Acker; Varian Associates, January 1974. 4. Electronically-scanned phased array augments EW power management; O.B. Mitchell - Emerson Electric; EW, May/June 1975, S.24-29. 5. Radar retrofit: Increase receiver sensitivity cost effectvely; Donald Neuf; MSN, April/May 1976, S.55-60. 6. AGARD-CPP-197, New Devices, Techniques and Systems in Radar; June 1976. 7. Radar 77: If Youre not Phased by Arrays, how about MultiRadar or Bistatic Systems? Frank J. Moncrief; MSN, October 1977, S.19-31. 8. Small Aircraft Radar copes with offshore clutter; Eckhard F. Natter, et al.; MSN, October 1977, S.51-56. 9. Solid State mm-Wave Pulse-Compression Radar Sensor; J.B. Winderman & G.N. Hulderman - General Dynamics; MJ, November 1977, S.45-50 10. Predicting Target-Caused errors in Radar measurements; Dean D. Howard; EW/DE, February 1978, S.88-95. 11. Radar RF losses, a method for measuring; G.W. Randig MITRE; Mj, May 1978, S.73-75. 12. Soviets push Radar deployment; EW/DE, July 1978, S.49-51.

13. Will Tactical Aircraft use Bistatic Radar? Daniel C. Lorti & John J. Bowman; MSN, September1978, S. 49-54. 14. Electronic Warfare Principles; Air Force Pamphlet, AFP 513; 1. September 1978. 15. Pulse compression Radar drive developed - Review; EW/DE, October 1978, S.29. 16. EARS flight testing begins - Review; EW/DE, November 1978, S.29-30. 17. Gigabit Logic Force Will Systems Integration; MSN, June 1979, S.21-26. 18. Radar and Submarines in World War II; Edward L. Beach, US Navy; DE, October 1979, S.48-56. 19. Jamming Frequency Agile Radars; Bengt Bergkvist - Philips Elektronikindustrier AB; DE, January 1980, S.75-83. 20. Radar marches on - Review; Robert T. Hill; MSN, April 1980, S.13-17. 21. Simulator Calibrates Radar Noise Analyzers (Radar Testing); Richard S. Napier; MSN, July 1980, S.63-73. 22. Realistic range estimation at sea; William R. Bigas; DE, July 1980, S.69-75. 23. Tactical bistatic Radar demonstrated; Robret Blumgold; DE, December 1980, S.78-82. 24. Naval Radars Incorporate Phased Arrays; F. Martello & S. Protto; MSN, January 1981, S.109-116. 25. FM Doppler Radar Simulatior Eliminates Test Clutter Problems; Dieter R. Lohrmann - Harry Diamond Laboratories; MSN, March 1982, S.86-92.

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26. Exacting military demands drive a vast Radar market; Barry Manz - Associate Editor/News; Microwaves, 21(1982)4, S.15,17-19. 27. Matched filters up power, reduce noise in Radar; Fulvio Ananasso - Telespazio, Rome, Italy; Microwaves, 21(1982)4, S.61-67. 28. Array Radars solve Communication jams; H.D. Lewis - RCA, Moorestown, NJ; Microwaves, 21(1982)4, S.73-78. 29. Cw Radars find new uses in the 80s; Andrzej B. Przedpelski; Microwaves, 21(1982)4, S.89-94. 30. Amp brings Solid-State S-Band Radar closer to reality; Walter Poole, et al. - Microwave Semiconductor; MSN, July 1982, S.81-86. 31. The deadly game: Search Radar versus Aircraft; Edwin M. Drogin - Eaton/AIL; DE, August 1982, S.56-70. 32. Is VHSIC a panacea? Or, facing the von Neumann bottleneck; DE, August 1982, S.72-73. 33. Compact Ranges Provide Accurate Measurement of Radar Cross-Section; Doren W. Hess (Scientific-atlanta) & Richard C. Johnson- Georgia Institute of Technology; MSN, September 1982, S.150-160. 34. Military Systems needs drive component demands; K.J. Sleger, Dr - Naval Research Lab; MDSH, Vol. 13, No.12, November 1983, S.15,17, 20. 35. Introduction to Radar Systems; Meril I. Skolnik; McGrawHill, 1983. 36. Intrapulse polarization agile Radar evolves into working system; M. N. Cohen, et al.; MSN, September 1984, S.96A96L. 37. Bistatic Radars hold promise for future systems; J. I. Glaser - Technology Service; MSN, October 1984, S.119-136. 38. Digital beamforming: New technology for tomorrows Radars; Pat A. Valentino - Sperry; DE, October 1984, S.102107. 39. Air Force, Navy narrow requirements for space-based Radar; James B. Schultz; DE, October 1984, S.127-132. 40. Pulse-Compression Radar: ECM and ECCM; Leroy B. Van Brunt; DE, October 1984, S.170-185. 41. Radar in transition; David K. Barton; MJ, Dec. 1984, S.24-31. 42. Radar Frequency management and the new mm-Wave Radar operating Frequencies; MJ, Dec. 1984, S.36-44. 43. Target identification by means of Radar; E.D. Mese, eta.; MJ, Dec. 1984, S.85-103. 44. Instrumentation Radars fulfill role in RCS measurement; J. Tavormina (Scientific-Atlanta); MSN&CT, February 1985, S.75-96. 45. The interceptor radar evolves as a sensor; P.W. Spooner GEC Avionics; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)3, S.127-135. 46. Phasengesteuertes Radar; Eli Brookner; Beitrag in Rstung und Sicherheit, Spektrum der Wissenschaft, Heidelberg, 1985, S.128-137. 47. SAW Pulse Compression in modern multi-channel Radar applications; J.W. Arthur - Racal-MESL, Edinburgh, UK; MJ, Jan. 1986, S.159-169. 48. Frequency-Scanning technique applied to Air-Defense Radar; R.F. Mathias & N. A. Cunningham - Plessey Radar; MSN&CT, February 1986, S.146-149. 49. Low-Propability-of-Detection Radar designs challenge Tactical ESM capabilities; David B. Hoisington; ICH, 1986, S.350-354. 50. Radar milestones portend fourth-generation era; Fred E. Nathanson; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)3, S.275-281. 51. Ka-Band Radar - Which Tube to choose? Brian Moen, et al. Varian Associates; MSN&CT, July 1987, S.90-96.

52. Fiber Optics and Opto-Electronics for Radar and Electronic Warfare applications; J.J. Pan - E-Tek Dynamics; MSN&CT, October 1987, S.30-43. 53. Radars, Countermeasures and Missile Electronics; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.13, No.5, 1987, S.511-513. 54. Interaction between component and system design examined for Radar developmend; M.S. Peters - Plessey Microwave; MSN&CT, April 1988, S.28-34. 55. Multiband design boosts resolution of imaging radar; William C. Parnell - Radar Systems Engineer, Eglin Air Force Base, FL; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)9, S.85-94. 56. Radartechnik; Jrgen Detlefsen; Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1989. 57. Component advances open new doors for Radar designers; Robert J. Sanders - ITT Gilfilan; MSN, March 1989, S.15-21. 58. Vector arbitrary Waveform Synthesis simplifies Chirp Radar Testing; Eric Murno & Chris Pedersen - Hewlett-Packard; MSN, March 1989, S.22-25. 59. Auxiliary Microstrip Antenna reduces Side-Lobe Jamming; Klaus Solbach - AEG; MSN, March 1989, S.26-29. 60. Programm predicts radar system vulnerability - Product of Research Associates of Syracuse, North Syracuse, NY; Jack Browne - Executive Editor; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)3, S.141-142. 61. 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. 62. Advanced Phased Arrays redefine Radar; R. Noel Longuemare; DE, April. 1990, S.63-66. 63. A review of Solid-State Radar receiver protection devices; Neil Roberts - EEV Inc. Lincoln; MJ, Feb. 1991, S.121-125. 64. Defense Electronics Airborne Radar directory; DE, May 1991, S.41-47. 65. Radar simulation software employs component data; Robert J. Hancock - CAE Soft; Rockwall, TX; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)9, S.67-73. 66. Bistatic system passively tracks radar targets; A. Munich & E. Schecker - AIL Systems, Deer Park, NY; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)9, S.78-83. 67. Gauge modulation-induced sidebands in chirped signals; Raymond Moskaluk - Hewlett-Packard, Santa Clara, CA; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)9, S.85-90. 68. Handbuch Radar und Radarsignalverarbeitung; Albrecht Ludloff; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1993. 69. Mikrowellenanwendungen; Erich Pehl; Hthig Heidelberg, 1993. 70. A sampling of Airborne Radar Systems; Don Herskovitz; JED, January 1998, Supplement, S.24-29. 71. AT3 Programm to speed Radar geo-locations; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.45-46. 72. Introduction to Airborne Radar; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc., Mendham, NJ, 1998. 73. Einfhrung in die Radartechnik; Bernhard Huder; Teubner, Stuttgart, 1999. 74. A sampling of Military Radar Systems; Don Herskovitz Technology; JED, September1999, S.57-62. 75. Radar characteristics, Part 1 - EW101 Tutorial; Dave Adamy; JED, May 2000, S.64-65. 76. Radar characteristics, Part 2 - EW101 Tutorial; Dave Adamy; JED, June 2000, S.62-63. 77. Radar characteristics, Part 3 - EW101 Tutorial; Detection Range vs. Detectability Range; Dave Adamy; JED, July 2000, S.66-67. 78. Radar characteristics, Part 4 - EW101 Tutorial; Radar Modulation; Dave Adamy; JED, August 2000, S.66-67.

79. Radar characteristics, Part 5 - EW101 Tutorial; Pulse Compression; Dave Adamy; JED, September 2000, S.79-80. 80. Radar characteristics, Part 6 - EW101 Tutorial; CW and Pulse-Doppler Radars; Dave Adamy; JED, October 2000, S.66-67. 81. Radar characteristics, Part 7 - EW101 Tutorial; MovingTarget-Indicator Radars; Dave Adamy; JED, November 2000, S.62-63. 82. Radar characteristics, Part 8 - EW101 Tutorial; SyntheticAperture Radars; Dave Adamy; JED, December 2000, S.6667. 83. Radar - LPI Radars (Part 9); Dave Adamy - EW 101 Tutorial; JED, January 2001, S.66-67. 84. A sampling of Military Radar Systems; Don Herskovitz Technology; JED, February 2001, S.61-64. 85. Radar - LPI Radars (Part 10, Cont.); Dave Adamy - EW 101 Tutorial; JED, February 2001, S.66-67. 86. Radartechnik, Grundlagen und Anwendungen; Jrgen Gbel; VDE Verlag, Berlin-Offenbach, 2001. 87. Principles of Radar and Sonar Signalprocessing; Francois Le Chevalier; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 2002. 88. Radars & Sensors; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 14, 2002, S.233-237. 89. EW Threats, Part 4 - Modulation characteristics of threat Radars; EW101 - Dave Adamy; JED, January 2002, S.54-55. 90. Got you covered; M. Fiszer & J. Gruszynski; JED, August 2002, S.52-56. 91. Radars & Sensors; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 13, 2003, S.223-227. 92. Backboards of the fleet: Shipboard Phased-Array Radars; Dimitris V. Dranidis;JED, May 2003, S.55-62. 93. Radar Today; David K. Barton; MJ, January 2005, S.24-36. 94. Die unsichtbare Hilfe - RADAR, Radargerte in der Bundeswehr; Jrgen Pppelmann; WT II/2005, S.98-103. 95. Durchblick und Weitblick; Martin Billeisen; Planet aerospace, 4/2005, Okt./Nov./Dez., S.74-77.

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Klassifikation von Mikrowellenradiometriedaten, Teil I; Rudolf H. Dittel - DFVLR Oberpfaffenhofen; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.9, No.1, 1983, S.46-51. Klassifikation von Mikrowellenradiometriedaten, Teil II; Rudolf H. Dittel - DFVLR Oberpfaffenhofen; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.9, No.2, 1983, S.197-206. Klassifikation von Mikrowellenradiometriedaten, Teil III; Rudolf H. Dittel - DFVLR Oberpfaffenhofen; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.9, No.4, 1983, S.430-437. Millimeterwellen-Radiometer mit supraleitenden Empfangsmischer; W. Hilberath & B. Vowinkel - Uni Kln; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.12, No.4, 1986, S.332-336. Radiometers detect hidden objects using millimeter waves; Ted Barber - US Army, White Sands Missile Range, NM; Microwaves & R, 28(1989)10, S.79-86. MM waves aid commercial applications - Product of Millitech, South Deerfield, MA; Jack Browne - Associate Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)7, S.113-116.

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Radom
Radomes Provides Stable Environments for Antenna Subsystems; R. L. Moynihan & R. R. Strickland (Electronic Space Systems Corp.); MSN, September 1983, S.122-126. EW radomes present rigorous challenges; G.S. Mani Ministry of Defense, India; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)13 (December), S.102, 107-110. ECM Radome design for the airborne environment; R. O. Magatagan, et al.; DE, September 1986, S.143-160.

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Rafale, Dassault Rafale


France going solo with Rafale; Kenneth R. Timmerman; DE, June 1987, S.187-192. Europes new Fighters; Kenneth R. Timmerman; DE, May 1989, S.61-65. The Electronics of Europe's new Fighters; Don Parry; DE, Vol.22, No.5, May 1990, S.51-54 . International Report: Rafale Radar begins Flight Trials; Martin Streetly; MJ, September 1992, S.49. Dassault Rafale; Rafale Supplement; Air International, May 1997, S.I-XVI. Rafale, Ready to to go! Krieg der Sterne auf Franzsisch; E. Desplaces & P. Roman; Airforce Special, Militrluftfahrt heute, No.1, 2000-01, S.68-76; GeraNova Verlag, Mnchen. Resourceful Rafale; Jan Parker; Avionics Magazine Aviation Today, September 2000. Flugzeug-Katalog 2000, Militrflugzeuge; Dassault Rafale; GeraNova Verlag, Mnchen. Moderne Kampfflugzeuge; Thomas Bttig; Mittler, Hamburg, 2000. Fighter EW: The next generation; Bill Sweetman; JED, July 2000, S.41-47. Laser Rangefinder selected for Rafale - European Report; Brendan P. Rivers; JED, August 2001, S.22. Flugzeuge der Welt, 2001; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2001. Dienstantritt, Rafale-Staffel der Aeronavale aufgestellt; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Juli 2001, S.86-91. Electronic Warfare goes stealthy; Alan Dawes; Air International, February 2002, S.106-110. Killer angels, Frances Rafale has fire, but will glory remain a mirage? Bill Sweetman; JED, November 2002, S.44-48. Formidable Fighters into service; AFM; June 2003, S.37-48. Dassault Rafale - The Gallic wonder; Henri-Pierre Grolleau; Air International, June 2003, S.35-46.

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Radarhhenmesser - Radar Altimeter


A new approach to lightweight Radar Altimeters; Nadav Levanon, et al.; Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol.62, No.6, June 1974, S.784-792. New Altimeters provide next-generation and retrofit capabilities; David Bennett; ME/C, Vol.8, No.7, July 1982, S.51-5. Integration produces small Ku-Band altimeter; L.D. Clough, et al. -Ministry of Defence, UK; Microwaves & RF, 22(19983)7, S.79-80. An aircraft single-antenna FM radio altimeter; Leo G. Maloratsky - Rockwell Collins, Melbourne, FL; MJ, May 2003, S.196-210. 5. 6.

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Radarsignalgenerator => EloKa-Missions-Simulator 11. Radarzsenariogenerator => EloKa-MissionsSimulator Radarwarnempfnger => Empfnger Radiometer, Radiometrie
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15. Millimeter Wave Radiometry developments; Dr. J.E. Adair AFB; MJ, Nov. 1977, S.32-34. 16. Cruise Missiles can be detected with contrast Radiometry; 17. Ph.D. M. Sharon & Ph.D. Richard D. Brewer; ME/C, Vol.8, No.7, July 1982, S.20-25.

18. Leistungsstark in allen Rollen; Henri-Pierre Grolleau/KS; 4. FLUG REVUE (Extra), Paris Airshow 2003, Juli 2003, S.6-10. 19. Dassault Rafale, Special Supplement, AI, June 2005. 20. Storm Warning - The Dassault Rafale is poised to become 5. Europes premier fighter-bomber; Michael Fiszer; JED, June 2005, S.40-51. 21. Evolving Fighter - Rafale nears operational status with 6. French air force; Robert Wall - Istres, Frankreich; AW&ST, June 13, 2005, S.42-44.

Convert specifications between competing noise sources; Seymour Schneider - Micronetics, Norwood, NJ; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)5, S.229-241. Broadband noise source components and instruments DC to 110 GHz; Beilage von Noise/Com, Paramus, New Jersey, in Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)6, S.167-190. Digital generator makes programmable noise - Product of Noise Com., Paramus, NJ; Jack Browne - Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 41(2002)1, S.96-98.

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Raketen-Abwehrsystem
Raketen-Abwehrsystem fr Europa? Dietrich Stockfisch, Kommentar; SuT, 3/2000, S.129. Mit ABM eine globale Allianz fr eine begrenzte Raketenabwehr; Martin Agera; SuT, Januar 2002, S.7-8. Raketenabwehr: Vision fr den Frieden? (rj); SuT, Juni 2001, S.17. Nationale Raketenabwehr der USA - Einbindung des AEGISSystems; Sidney E. Dean; MarineForum, September 2004, S-16-18.

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Rauschstrverfahren
Typical CW noise jamming system; ICH, 2nd Ed., 1976/77, S.432. Jammer serves Jeeps and Helicopters; EW/DE, Sept./Oct. 1977, S.85-86. Noise quality optimizes Jammer performance; F.M. Turner et al. - SRI International; EW/DE, Nov./Dec. 1977, S.117122.

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Rauschzahl
Noise-Figure test setup provides high accuracy; Nick Kuhn Hewlett-Packard; Microwaves, 18(1979)12 (November), S.73-76. A microprocessor mediates the noise-figure debate; Mik Cuevas - Hewlett-Packard, Palo Alto, CA; Microwaves, 20(1981)13 (December), S.51-58,81. Evaluate noise figure and noise temperature; Nick Kuhn Hewlett-Packard, Palto Alto, CA; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)12 (November), S.113-119.


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RAM => Rolling Airframe Missile Range Gate Pull-Off, RGPO => Radar
Frequency Memory Loops; Richard N. DeGunther und Stephen P. MacCabe; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.10, No.2, March/April 1983. EW101 A First Course in Electronic Warfare; David Adamy; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 2001. 2.

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Rapier
Rapier Laserfire - A new Low-Level Air Defence system; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.9, No.5, 1983, S.535-536. Rapier getting Marconi radar; Michael Kachmar - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)2, S.31.

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Rauschzahlmesser
Application and Operation of the 8970A Noise Figure Meter; Hewlett-Packard Product Note 8970A-1, October 1982. Fundamentals of RF and Microwave Noise Figure Measurements; Hewlett-Packard Application Note 57-1, July 1983. System measures noise from 10 MHz to 18 GHz - Product of Hewlett-Packard, Palo Alto, CA; Jack Browne - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)4, S.181-183. Analyzer adds speed and accuracy to NF testing; G. Thomas & E. Shepherd - Agilent Technologies, West Lothian, Scotland; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)5, S.199-204. Using Noise for RF receiver built-in test applications; Patrick Robbins, Micronetics Inc. Hudson, NH; Microwave Journal, 47(2004)2, S.138-147.

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3. Moderne Messanlage fr Radarsignaturen erffnet neue Dimensionen; Claas Belling; Mforum, Dezember 2005, S.0406. 4.


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Electronic Warfare Principles; Air Force Pamphlet, AFP 513; 1. September 1978. Modern EW simulation techniques; ICH, 4th Ed., 1978/79, S.390-402. Fundamental parameters used in Radar Emitter Simulation; Doug Lanterman; ICH, 8th Ed.,1982/83, S.306-312. EW threats, Part 3 - Scan characteristics of threat Radars; RW101, Dave Adamy; JED, December 2001, S.64-65. 5.

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Raytheon
Http://www.raytheon.com/ew Widening the Aperture: EWs top 25; Byron Callan; JED, May 1998, S.33-38. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999. Top 25 EW 2001; B. Callan & M. Lynch; JED, May 2001, S.59-52.


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RBS 15 Mk 3
LFK-Systeme der Deutschen Marine; Gerhard Coors Baudirektor, BEB; SuT, Mai 2002, S.62-65. Der Flugkrper RBS 15 Mk 3; Redaktion, SuT, November 2002, S.48-50. BGT Bodenseewerk - Ein Unternehmen der Diehl VA Systeme. BGT-Firmnebroschre, Januar 2003.

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Whats all this noise in Satellite Communications Systems? Francis Edden; MSN, June/July 1976, S.43-48A. 2. Making Difficult Measurements of Noise Power Ratios on Transmitters (Measurements); Robert M. Easson; MSN, 3. February 1981, S.88-99. Where lies the thermal noise floor? Terry Harper & John Grebenkemper; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)7, S.115-117.

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Die Lenkflugkrpersysteme der neuen Schiffsgenerationen 13. Radar targets reveal all to automated tester; Rick E. fr die Deutsche Marine; Gerhard Coors - Bauoberrat, Hartman; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)9, S.101-107. BWB; MarineForum, 7/8-2003, S.18-20. 14. Acetylene black rubber reduces target RCS; A. Kumar - Spar 5. Anzeige von *BGT und *SAAB in SuT, August 2003, S.47. Aerospace, Quebec, Canada; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)3, 6. Ein leistungsstarker Flugkrper fr die Korvette K 130; S.85-86. Dieter Stockfisch; SuT, Juli 2005, S.49. 15. Radar Cross-Section and Imaging Measurement Systems; William G. Swarner & Richard H. Bryan - Scientific-Atlanta; MSN&CT, April 1988, S.8-16. RC-135 Rivet Joint 16. Unterstanding Radar Cross Section Measurements; 1. Pentagon oks restart to COMINT project; Robert Wall, Lawrence R. Burgess & Jack Berlekamp; MSN&CT, October Washington; AW&ST, September 30, 2002, S.32-33. 1988, S.54-67. 2. Storied Rivet Joint adds new missions; David A. Fulghum; 17. Software or Hardware gating - Whats best for RCS AW&ST, November 25, 2002, S.54-55. Measurements; Greg McCarter; MSN, November 1989, 3. Agile targets challenge Intel; David A. Fulghum; AW&ST, S.60-65. November 25, 2002, S.55-56. 18. Selecting Antennas for Terrestrial Microwave Systems 4. Upgrated Rivet Joints prepared to deploy; David A. Tutorial; Craig M. Skarpiak - Andrew; MSN, November Fulghum; AW&ST, November 25, 2002, S.56-58. 1989, S.66-70. 5. Information operations become an 8th AF combat mission; 19. Super-resolution signal processing aids RCS testing; B.W. David A. Fulghum; AW&ST, November 25, 2002, S.58. Deats, D.J. Farina & J.F. Bull - Flam & Russell, Horsham, PA; 6. Crew positions reconfigured for long, complex Flights; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)3, S.74-82. David A. Fulghum; AW&ST, November 25, 2002, S.59-61. 20. Signaturvermessungsanlage in Betrieb genommen (eb); 7. AWACS, Rivet Joint and Joint STARS; David C Isby; AFM, EADS-Magazin: Mforum, Mai 2001, S.20. March 2003, S.20-24. 8. Intelligence air war; David C Isby; AFM, June 2003, S.30-35. 21. RCS measurements detect power lines; A. Kumar President, AK Electromagnetique, Quebec, Canada; Microwaves & RF, 43(2004)3, S.82-90. RCS, Radar Cross Section 1. Introductory lecture target scattering characteristics of importance to Radar; L.A. Cram - EMI Electronics; AGARD- RDY 1. RDY - A new Radar for combat aircraft; LS-59, Determination and use of Radar scattering Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.13, No.6, 1987, S.623-624. characteristics, October 1973, S.1(a)-1 bis 4. 2. Static full scale measurement of RCS; Carroll R. Criffin, Jr. - 2. Flugzeuge der Welt 1999, heute-morgen; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1999, S.140. Lt Col. USAF; AGARD-LS-59, Determination and use of Radar scattering characteristics, October 1973, S.1(c)-1 bis Rechner, Computer 11. 3. Dynamic full scale measurement of RCS; William F. Bahret - 1. Tactical Computers: Technolgy insertion; Don J. Lemke USAF Avionics Lab; AGARD-LS-59, Determination and use of Control Data, Minneapolis, Minnesota; ME/C, Vol.4, No.7, Radar scattering characteristics, October 1973, S.1(d)-1 bis June 1978, S.34-37. 16. 2. Computer use in Electronic Warfare - Example: The Navys 4. Target characteristics; S.C. Woolcock - EMI Electronics; SLQ-32 EW System; Bill Hatch, Raytheon, Goleta; MJ, AGARD-LS-59, Determination and use of Radar scattering September 1978, S.53-60. characteristics, October 1973, S. 2(a)-1 bis 18. 3. The military Computer family today; Dr. E. Lieblein & Dr. 5. Presentation and storage of Radar Cross-Section Data; C. R. E.W. Martin; ME/C, Vol.7, No.10, October 1981, Criffin, Jr. - Lt Colonel, USAF; AGARD-LS-59, Determination S.40,44,46,48,52,53. and use of Radar scattering characteristics, October 1973, 4. Military computers and computer peripherals directory; S.3(a)-1 bis 24. ME/C, Vol.7, No.12, December 1981, S.35- 52. 6. A new look at Radar Cross Section and Antenna pattern 5. Protecting stored data remains a serious problem; Carl measurement in the 100 MHz to GHz region; L.R. Hughes; Landwehr, Ph.D.; ME/C, Vol.9, No.4, April 1983, S.26-36. ME/C, Vol.7, No.5, May 1981, S.50-53. 6. Super Computers; Edwin Drogin - Eaton/AIL; DE, November 7. Compact Ranges Provide Accurate Measurement of Radar 1984, S.31. Cross-Section; Doren W. Hess (Scientific-atlanta) & Richard 7. Flexible Computer design accommodates growth; Industry C. Johnson (Georgia Institute of Technology); MSN, News; DE, November 1984, S.33-34. September 1982, S.150-160. 8. Military Computer industry faces challenging future; DE, 8. Is this how your aircraft looks to enemy radar? Beilage von June 1985, S.88-92. Scientific-Atlanta in MSN, November 1983. 9. Computers in combat; Don Dugdale; DE, June 1986, S.999. RCS tests utilize ground-plane effects; Eugene F. Knott 105. georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA; Microwaves & 10. Military computing in Europe - Inerview with the chairman; RF, 23(1984)3, S.79-84. DE, July 1986, S.145-156. 10. Seeing double improve indoor range; V. J. Vokurka 11. The Scandinavian connection - Milcomp 86; DE, July 1986, Eidhoven Uni, The Netherlands; Microwaves & RF, S.169-174. 24(1985)2, S.71-76,94. 12. The future of computers and software; Steve Wallach; DE, 11. Instrumentation Radars fulfill role in RCS measurement; J. December 1986, S.72-75. Tavormina - Scientific-Atlanta; MSN&CT, February 1985, 13. Ruggedized Computers offer low-cost readiness; James B. S.75-96. Schultz - Enigma Communications; DE, January 1987, S.6912. Recruit an ANA for RCS tests; John Boyles - Hewlett79. Packard; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)3, S.87-92.

14. How tough are ruggedized Computers? Bruce Gumble; The future of Radar Warning Receivers; David L. Adamy; DE, October 1988, S99-106. 15. Computer virus countermeasures - A new type of EW; Myron L. Cramer & Stepphen R. Pratt; DE, October 1989, S.75-86. 16. Supercomputers/CAD advance aircraft design; Christine Castro; DE, February 1990, S.48-53. 17. The viraltreat; James W. Rawles; DE, February 1990, S.6267. 18. Affordable Supercomputers; Todd Shumway; DE, February 1990, S.68-75. 19. Airborne Computers take off; Jeffrey Rowe; DE, August 1990, S.31-39. 20. Mil-Spec board design presents unique challenges - Part I; David Schiff & Paul Wilson; DE, January 1991, S.51-55. 21. Military Computers and peripheral directory; DE, February 1991, S.61-75. 22. Mil-Spec Computers demand rugged design - Part II; Art Doehla & Micael LBassi; DE, February 1991, S.76-78. 23. Test strategies for ensuring NDI System quality - Part III; Bruce de Graaf & D.P. Eldrige; DE, March 1991, S.71-77. 24. Military Computers directory; DE, February 1992, S.42-60. 25. Military Computer peripherals directory; DE, March 1992, S.54-60. 26. Getting the most for your ruggedized computer dollar; Curt Alway; DE, May 1996, S.6-7. 27. A sampling of Tactical Computers; Don Herskovitz; JED, June 1998, S.49-54. 28. Attack! (Send): Computer overdependence in combat units; LTC Steve Henderson - Operations; JED, January 2000, S.4349. 29. Pass the Computer (and the Ammunition); Peter Costa; JED, December 2002, S.58-64.

2. 3.

Introduction to Couplers / Dividers; KDI Electronics/Alpha, Inc.; MSDH, 4th Ed., July 1986, Vol. 16, No.7, S.142-172. New CAD approach to optimizing microstrip couplers; Zelman M. Harbater - Haifa, Israel; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)5, S.187-190.

1.

Rillenhornantennen
Berechnung und Auslegung von Rechteckrillenhornstrahlern; Dr. -Ing. D. Fasold & Dipl.-Ing. H. Pecher - MBB, Mnchen; Mikrowellenmagazin, Heft 1/81, S.39-52.

1.

RMS
Emitter Location: Reporting Location Accuracy; Dave Adamy; JED, September 2002, S.62-63.

1. 2.

RNP, Required Navigation Performance


Cover Story: Horizons Push for RNP; Charlotte Adams; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, May 2002. Military/Civil interoperability extented scope for CNS/ATC; Charlotte Adams; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, February 2005. RNP goes public; David Hughes, Washington; AW&ST, January 2, 2006, S.64-65.

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Rohde & Schwarz


Customersupport@rohde-schwarz.com Rohde & Schwarz; Katalog 1999/2000 Megerte & Mesysteme. Rohde & Schwarz; Catalog 1999/2000 Antennas HF-VHFUHF-SHF. Rohde & Schwarz; Katalog EMV-Metechnik. Rohde & Schwarz; Funk unter Kontrolle, Neues von R&S, Special Issue. Rohde & Schwarz; Catalog, The World of Radio Comminications. Company Profile: Rohde & Schwarz; Avition Today, Dec. 03, 2003.

1.

Reflektorantennen - Reflector Antennas

Scanning 60 with a Reflector Antenna; Carey M. Rappaport 7. - Northwestern University, Boston; MJ, Feb. 1991, S.95110.

1.

Reflexion
Nomograms Simplify Analysis of Wave Reflection Coefficients; Dr Frederick Gardiol; MSN, September 1978, S.89-94.


1. 2.

Roland => FlaRakPz Roland Rolling Airframe Missile, RAM


Schutzschild fr deutsche und amerikanische Seestreitkrfte; AeroSpace 3/99, S.60-61. Durchbruch beim Export von RAM; Redaktion; SuT, 10/2000, S.680. Die Lenkflugkrpersysteme der neuen Schiffsgenerationen fr die Deutsche Marine; Gerhard Coors - Bauoberrat, BWB; MarineForum, 7/8-2003, S.18-20. BGT Bodenseewerk - Ein Unternehmen der Diehl VA Systeme. BGT-Firmnebroschre, 2003. Kampf gegen Raketen; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt, I/2005, S.23-29.

1.

Resonatoren - Resonators

2.

Hertz resonator explains modern oscillators; Max J. Lazarus 3. et al.; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)12 (November), S.103104. Mikrowellentechnik - Kap. 1: Resonatoren; Werner 4. Bechtold; Vieweg, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, 1999. Rheinmetall De Tec AG Http://www.stn-atlas.de Land-und-flugsysteme@stn-atlas.de Rheinmetall De Tec AG; SuT, September 2001, S.32-34. 5.

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1.

Rollkarten
Moving Maps new connections; Matthew Matarozza; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, February 2005. Rolls-Royce Http://www.rolls-royce.com Rolls-Royce; Heiko Wei; SuT, Mrz 2002, S.32. Broadening the horizon of global defence, in the air and at sea; Anzeige von Rolls-Royce in wt IV/2003, S.46-47.


1.

Richtantennen => Antennen


1. Stripline coupler directs 2 to 40 GHz; John Howard - Narda 2. Microwave, Hauppauge, NY; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)7, 3. S.119, 120, 124, 125.

Richtungskoppler

4. 5. 6.

Rolls-Royce; Brian Walters; Air International, July 2004, 6. S.46-51. Rolls-Royce - die treibende Kraft auf See; Profil; wt/III, 2004, S.73-84. Rolls-Royce Company Profile, Schub fr Deutschland; FLUG REVUE, Januar 2005, 12 Seiten; www.rolls-royce.de

Global Hawk - Falkenauge im Dienst fr Europa; Berndt v. Mitzlaff; PLANET AEROSPACE, 1/2004, Jan.-Feb.-Mrz, S.2629.

RTCA, Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics RTCA DO-178


Boeing 787: Luftfahrtelektronik neuer Generation; Joseph Wlad & Wind River; Luft- und Raumfahrt, 4/2005, S.28-30.

1.

Rotman-Linse
Lens-Fed Multiple Beam Arrays; D.H. Archer; MJ, September 1984, S.171-195. 1.

1. 2.

RQ-1A, Predator
Drohnen - Die unbemannte Aufklrung; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt II/2001, S.56-64. Unbemannte Zukunft - Die US-Plne fr Aufklrer und Kampfjets ohne Piloten; Karl Schwarz; FLUGREVUE, Januar 2002, S.82-87. Neue Rollen fr Predator-Familie; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Dezember 2005, S.64-66. 1. 2.

RUAG
Schweizer RUAG erffnet Profitabilitt; wt, II/2001, S.6667. RUAG blickt nach vorne; wt-Gesprch; wt II/2004, S.20-22.

1. 2.

Rstungshersteller
Aus der Industrie: Die 10 grten Rstungshersteller; Redaktion, SuT, Oktober 2002, S.49. Taking Stock; G. Warwick & A. Cambell; Flight International, 5.-11. August 2003, S.34-41.

3.

1. 2.

RQ-4A, Global Hawk


Drohnen - Die unbemannte Aufklrung; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt II/2001, S.56-64. Unbemannte Zukunft - Die US-Plne fr Aufklrer und Kampfjets ohne Piloten; Karl Schwarz; FLUGREVUE, Januar 2002, S.82-87. Global Hawk down; EC Monitor - B.P. Rivers; JED, February 2002, S.27. Costs Spur Drive to Tweal Global Hawk; Robert Wall; AW&ST, June 17, 2002, S.28,30. Global Hawk plan gets Pentagon nod; Robert Wall, Washington; AW&ST, January 13, 2003, S.407-408.

1. 2.

RVSM, Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum


RVSM in Europe: How it was developed; Don Parry; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, February 2002. Domestic RVSM may save more than USD 5 Billion in fuel over 10 years; David Hughes, Washington; AW&ST, January 10, 2005. S.41. Taking the Pulse of Domestic RVSM; Charlotte Adams; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, April 2006. Domestic RVSM: The Next Steps; Charlotte Adams; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, April 2006.

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3. 4.

1.

S-3A, Viking
Lockheed S-3A Viking; SuT, 5/1973, S.246.

1. 2.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Saab AB, Saab Aerospace, Saab Group

3. Http://www.saab.se Http://www.avionics.saab.se Saab bids for new market; Brian Walters; Air International, 4. March 1997, S.165-168. SAAB 1937 - 1997 60 Years of challenges, Part 1; Hans G Andersson; Air International, September 1997, S.183-190. SAAB 1937 - 1997 60 Years of challenges, Part 2; Hans G Andersson; Air International, September 1997, S.234-240. 5. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.303. 6.

1.

Saab 340 AEW&C


Sammelserie - Saab 340 AEW&C; FLIEGERREVUE, 8/2003, S.67-68.

7.

Entscheidungen zur Ausrstung der Bundeswehr: SARLupe; SuT, Januar 2002, S.4-5. Radar-Aufklrungssystem SAR-Lupe; pp; SuT, Januar 2003, S.38. Satellitenaufklrung: Die fliegenden Augen der Bundeswehr; Mathias Grnder; FLUG REVUE, Januar 2004, S.46-47. Aufklrungs-Satelliten SAR-Lupe starten ab 2005; Wolfgang Engelhardt; Fliegerkalender, Internationales Jahrbuch der Luft- und Raumfahrt 2005, Verlag E.S. Mittler & Sohn, Hamburg, Berlin, Bonn, S.37-39. SAR-Lupe, eine neue Fhigkeit fr die Bundeswehr; Reinhard Pfaff; SuT, September 2005, S.10-15. Deutschlands erster Aufklrungssatellit; Torsten Gemsa; FLIEGERREVUE, 02-2007, S.44-46. Der erste SAR-Lupe-Satellit im All; Sascha Lange; SuT, Februar 2007, S.14-16.

Saab S 100B Argus


Saab S 100B Argus; Andreas Hunold; SuT, Januar 2003, S.56-57.


1. 2. 3.

SATCOM => Satellitenkommunikation SATCOM-Antennen


Multibeam Antennas Improve Satellite Communication; Dr. Satyen Das; MSN, December 1977, S. 42-55. Assessing Antennas for small Satcom Terminals; J.R. Forrest; MSN, October 1981, S.77-100. Differential mount enhances EHF Antenna design; A.R. Connolly & J.D. Wills Jr. - Darton Systems; DE, September 1985, S.87-93. Satcom antennas feature east/west beam shaping; S.V. Parekh, et al. - RCA Astro-Electronics, Princeton, NJ; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)2, S.75-78. First K-band Satellite connectivity demonstrated with three-inch Antenna; Defense News; Microwave Journal, November 2004, S.51.

1.

SAMOC, Surface to Air Missile Operations Center


Fit fr die Zukunft - Die Rstungsplanungen fr die Flugabwehrraketenverbnde der Luftwaffe; Heinz Wohak Oberst i.G., Luftwaffe; SuT, 2/2000, S.93-99. Flugkrper in der Bundeswehr; Wolf-Rdiger Petereit; wt, II/2000, S.18-23. Flugabwehrfhrungssystem SAMOC der EADS besteht Gteprfung; SuT, Januar 2001, S.49. Bodengebundene Luftverteidigung; Erhard Heckmann; wt, III/2001, S.74-79. SAMOC fr moderne Luftverteidigung; Jrgen Erbe; SuT, Januar 2003, S.29. SAMOC for German Air Force; Jerzy Gruszcynski - European Report; JED, April 2004, S.20. Die deutsche Luftverteidigung - Mit SAMOC und MEADS auf neuen Wegen; Jrgen Ppelmann; wt II/2004, S.64-69. SAMOC - Surface to Air Missile Operation Center - der Gefechtsstand FlaRak; S. Walther, R. Baumgart, J. Stiehle; SuT, September 2004, S.54-58. Entscheidender Schritt in der Luftverteidigung - SAMOCGefechtsstand bergeben; A. Mhlemann & M. Korpak; FLUG REVUE, Januar 2006, S.56-57.

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4.

5.

1. 2.

Satelliten, Satellitenbahnen
Soviet ELINT satellites cover th globe; Geoffrey Perry, M.B.E.; ME/C, Vol.9, No.1, January 1983, S.38-48. The U.S. must now play catch-up with Soviet satellite technology; Nicholas L. Johnson; ME/C, Vol.9, No.4, April 1983, S.66-74. Antisatellitenwaffen; Beitrag von Reiner Labusch, in Weltraum ohne Waffen; Hrsg: R. Labusch, E. Maus, W. Send; C. Bertelsmann Verlag GmbH, 1984, S.97-106. SDI Der Krieg im Weltraum; John Tirman (Hrsg), Scherz, Verlag, Bern, S.77, 176-179. bersetzung aus dem Englischen von Jrgen Abel, Titel der Originalausgabe The Fallacy of Star Wars - Why Space Weapons Cant Protect Us, Random House, New York, 1984/85. Hunter-Killer Space Vehicles; Beitrag von Bruno Pattan, in Strategic Defense Initiative; JED, July 1985, S.49-54. Anti-Satelliten-Waffen; Beitrag von R.L. Garwin, K. Gottfried und D.L. Hafner, in Rstung und Sicherheit; Spektrum der Wissenschaft, Heidelberg, 1985, S.80-92. Die Beulen des Planeten; FLIEGERREVUE, 09/2003, S.9.

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4.

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SAMPSON
Das Boden-Luft-System PAAMS; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr.2. Januar-Mrz 2001, S.34-37. Multi-function radars for the next generation of naval defence systems; www.amsjt.com, REF: 06564801, Alenia 5. Marconi Systems Limited 2002. 6. Backboards of the fleet: Shipboard Phased-Array Radars; Dimitris V. Dranidis; JED, May 2003, S.55-62.

3.

SAR-Lupe

7.

8.

Das Schwerefeld der Erde; C. Reigber & P. Schwintzer; Physik in Unserer Zeit, Nr.5, 34. Jahrgang 2003, S.206-212.

1. 2.

Satellitenkommunikation - Satellite Communication, SATCOM


Satellitenverwendung im taktischen Fernmeldebereich; H. J. Albrecht; SuT, 11/1973, s.599-605. Telecommunications trends and directions; George W. Sullivan - Collins, Rockwell International; MJ, September 1977, S.16, 18. Phased Array Aircraft Antennas for Satellite Communications; R.J. Mailloux - Hanscom AFB; MJ, October 1977, S.38-42. MBA vs. Phased Array: Whats best for Satellite application? Leon J. Ricardi; MSN, May 1978, S.32-37. War in space; Richard Hartman; EW/DE, October 1978, S.34-46. Space Laser Communications Airborne; EW/DE, October 1978, S.49-53. Expanded military SATCOM effort set; Frank J. Moncrief; EW/DE, October 1978, S.57-60. WARC faces Satellite issues; C. L. Cuccia; MSN, September 1979, S.85-105, 145. Satcom competition clibs to Ku-, Ka-Bands; James Fawcette; MSN, May 1980, S.61-71. Nuclear Hardned, autonomous Satellites readied for launch; DE, September 1981, S.78-85. Optoelectronic switching matrices break GHz barriers; R.I. MacDonald & Elmar H. Hara; MSN, November 1981, S.97104. Satellite Communications soars into the 80s (Review); Dr Guy W. Beakley -Scintific-Atlanta; MSN, January 1982, S.4567. How secure is Satellite data transmission (Review) ? Lee M. Paschall (American Satellite); MSN, January 1982, S.69-72. Switching in space will depend on multibeam interconnects (Satcom); Murray Hoffman (The Mitre Corporation); MSN, January 1982, S.127-135. Micro Earth Stations make business Satcom affordable; E. B. Parker; MSN, November 1982, S.71-80. PSK demodulation techniques provide lowest probability of error; J. M. Steber - WJ; MSN, June 1984, S.150-176. Specifying TWTAs for space applications; S. Pat et al. - ISRO Satellite Centre, India; MSN&CT, August 1986, S.122A122H. NASAs communication Programm examined for the 1980s and 1990s - Part II; R. R. Lowell & C. L. Ciccia - NASA; MSN&CT, November 1986, S.132-139 The development of satellite communications; Wilbur L. Pritchard - President of SSE Telecom., Bethesta, MD; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)3, S.304-312. 3 Strengthening C in space; David A. Boutacoff & Bruce Gumble; DE, February 1987, S.47-56. New developments in TWTs for Satellite Communications systems; B.L. Smith - Thomson-CSF; MSN&CT, September 1987, S.104-109. Military Satellites: The next generation; James W. Rawles; DE, May 1988, S.46-63. Satellite-Jamming design considerations, Part I; MSN&CT, September 1988, S.35-51. Satellite-Jamming design considerations, Part II; MSN&CT, October 1988, S.32-39. Digital Troposcatter Communications Systems; M.G. Unkaut, Dr. - Raytheon; MSN&CT, October 1988, S.69-72.

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12.

13. 14.

26. MMIC modules for active Phased-Array applications in Communications Satellites; J.R. Potukuchi, et al. - Comsat Laboratories; MSN&CT, November 1988, S.20-27. 27. RF development for Mobile-Satellite Systems; W. Rafferty & K. Dessouky - Jet Propilsion Laboratory; MSN&CT, November 1988, S.28-37. 28. Submarine Laser Communications; Floyd C. Painter; DE, June 1989, S.82-94. 29. Satellite technology for today and the 21st century; Roger Lesser; DE, March 1995, S.17.19. 30. Satcoms prosper; Marco Antonio Careres, Teal Group; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 12, 1998, S.137138. 31. SATCOM in der Marine; Heinz-Michael Hofmann Fregattenkapitn, Marine; SuT, 4/2000, S.249-252. 32. SATCOMBw Stufe 1, Mittelfristlsung, Backbone fr die Krisenreaktionskrfte; Oberstleutnant A. Jhne & Oberstleutnant H.-J. Pods; SuT, 11/2000, S.707-713. 33. Satellite-Communications Links, Part 1 - Terms and Definitions; EW101 - Dave Adamy; JED, March 2002, S.5859. 34. Satellite-Communications Links, Part 2 - Noise Temperature; EW101 - Dave Adamy; JED, April 2002, S.5455. 35. Satellite-Communications Links, Part 3 - Link Losses; EW101 - Dave Adamy; JED, May 2002, S.58-59. 36. Satellite-Communications Links, Part 4 - Link Losses in a typical Link; EW101 - Dave Adamy; JED, June 2002, S.56-57. 37. Satellite-Communications Links, Part 5 - Link-Performance calculations; EW101 - Dave Adamy; JED, July 2002, S.64-65. 38. Militrisches SATCOM Manpack - Das System fr den mobilen Einsatz; M. Kracht & G. Blanchfield; Sut, Juni 2003, S.12-14. 39. SATCOM - Bildberichtserstattung aus den Einsatzgebieten; H. Reder & B. Kther, Satcom Defence, Friedrichshafen; ITReport 2/2004, Mai 2004, Report Verlag, Bonn & Frankfurt a/M, S.24-28.

15. 16. 17.

1.

SATURN
VHF/UHF-Sender-Empfnger SATURN fr den Eurofighter; Mil News, Rohde & Schwarz, 1998/I, S.3-4.

1. 2.

SAW, SAW-Bauelemente, -Technologie


Broadband Microwave Acoustic Delay Lines; Walter Crofut; MJ, Jan. 1967, S.65-72. A survey of the use of suface wave devices in Radar systems; J. D. Maines & E. G. S. Paige (RRE, Malvern, UK); AGARD-CPP-197, New Devices, Techniques and Systems in Radar, June 1976, S.8-1/8-13. Improved SAW Filters Minimize Sidelobes in Chirp Radar; MSN, Oct./Nov. 1976, S.87-90. Filter auf der Basis von akustischen Oberflchenwellen; D. W. Parker, u.a.; Funk-Technik, 1. Jahrgang, Nr.23/1976, S.776-783. A specification guide for SAW Filters at IF Frequencies; ICH, 2nd Ed., 1976/77, S.435-437. SAW devices emerging into commercial and military hardware; Jeff Collins; MSN, January 1977, S.15-21. GHz fundamental Acoustic-Wave Oscillators; A. Schaer & E.D. Maloney - Thomson-CSF; MJ, Jan. 1977, S.41-44. SAW scoreboard; Jeff Collins; MSN, June 1977, S.87-92. SAW Filters Shrink Channelized Receivers; Duane Lundy; DE/EW, Sept./Oct. 1977, S.169-174.

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22. 23. 24. 25.

10. SAW Devices Meet High-Rel Systems Needs; Jeff Collins and John Owens; MSN, October 1977, S.58-70. 11. Modular SAW Filters Sort JTIDS/TIES Waveforms; Charles L. Grasse; MSN, October 1977, S.73-80. 12. Chirp Transforms Open New Processing Possibilities; H. M. Gerard und O. W. Otto; MSN, October 1977, S.85-92. 13. CCD/SAW Combination Improves Radar Design; M. A. Jack; MSN, October 1977, S.109-114. 14. Surface Acoustic Wave Bandpass Filters; Anzeige von Andersen Laboratories, Inc.; Beilage bei MSN, October 1977. 15. SAW Devices and applications - A status report; Thomas W. Bristol - Hughes Aircraft; MJ, Dec. 1977, S.16-22. 16. SAW Oscillators - Their current status; S.C. Gratze Marconi, UK; MJ, Dec. 1977, S.45-48, 57. 17. SAW Devices: The Answer for Channelized Receivers? J. Bradner LaGrange, u.a.; MSN, December 1977, S.87-96. 18. SAW Chirp Filters Keeping Analog Signal Processing Alive; MSN, April 1978, S.64A-64G. 19. Einfhrende Betrachtungen der Eigenschaften von Oberflchenwellen-Bauelementen; M. B. N. Butler, MESL, Newbridge, Schottland; MM, Heft 4, 1978, S.277-282. 20. SAW Components Evolving Into Sophisticated Signal Processing Modules; Peter M. Grant, University of Edinburgh; MSN, August 1978, S.39-46. 21. SAW Filters Simplify Signal Sorting; Dr. Denis Webb, Naval Research Laboratory; MSN, September 1978, S.75-84. 22. Elastische Oberflchenwellen; Reinhard Helbig; Physik in unserer Zeit, 9. Jahrgang, Nr.5, 1978, S.148-153. 23. Bauelemente mit akustischen Oberflchenwellen; G. Kohlbacher und P. Schmitt, AEG Telefunken, Ulm; Nachrichten-Elektronik, 6-1978, S.181-187. 24. SAW Filters Simplify Signal Sorting; Dr. Denis C. Webb; MSN, September 1978, S.75-84. 25. Die SAW-Technologie; Nach Unterlagen der Firma Taridan, Ltd.; MM, Heft 4, 1979, S.235-238. 26. SAW Resonators Approach 1.5 GHz; William J. Tanski, Sperry Research Center; MSN, January 1980, S.99-107. 27. Radar applications of SAW diespersive filters; M.B.N. Butler, B.Sc., Ph.D.; IEE Proc., Vol.127, April 1980, S.118124. 28. The Theory, Design, and Applications of Surface Acoustic Wave Fourier-Transform Processors; M. A. Jack, P.M. Grant und J. H. Collins; Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol. 68, No.4, April 1980, S.450-468. 29. A designers file: Notes on SAW bandpass filters; Ernest P. Hodur; Microwaves, 19(1980)10, S.72-76. 30. SAWs Critical to Avionics; Walter A. Crofut, Andersen Labortories; MSN, November 1980, S.56-64. 31. Oberflchenwellen-Bauelemente; Ozzie Veilleux; Elektronik, Heft 14/1981, S.35-41. 32. SAW - Spectrum Analysis - Signal Technology; Mikrowellenmagazin, Heft 5/81, S.585-586. 33. Programmable SAW Transversal Filters; Richard T. Webster; MJ, May 1982, S.139-150. 34. SAW Devices for Military Communications, Radar, and EW Systems; MJ, July 1982, S.73-86. 35. A SAW Analog Correlator Using the Chirp Transform; V.H. Estrick and G.W. Judd; MJ, July 1982, S.97-106. 36. SAW prosperity depends on production readiness; Carl A. Erikson, Jr. - Andersen Lab.; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)11 (November), S.75-83. 37. SAW Filter basics guide designer choices; G.A. Monetti & R.M. Hays, Jr. - Sawtek, Orlando, FL; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)11 (November), S.86-96,106.

38. Understanding SAW Resonators; Robert J. Kansy - RF Monolithics, Dallas; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)11 (November), S.99-106. 39. SAW device provides hyperbolic chirp; R.H. Johnson Motorola; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)11 (November), S.108-110. 40. SAW filters improve channelized receivers; Earl McCune WJ, Palo Alto, CA; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)1, S.103-110. 41. Akustische Oberflchenwellen-Bauelemente; Dr. Helmut Stocker; Elektronik, Heft 18, 7.9.1984, S.87-93. 42. SAW devices dominate at ultrasonics symposium; Robert J. Kansy - RF Monolithics, Dallas, TX; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)10, S.45, 46, 49. 43. Catalog SAW devices become designers tool; Ernest Hodur - Andersen Lab, Bloomfield, CT; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)5, S.163-164. 44. Raytheon readies production SAWs; Jack Browne - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)7, S.139-144. 45. Ultrasonics Symposium sounds out SAWs; Mary Bernstein; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)2 (November), S.39-45. 46. Will SAW sales soar to $1 billion? Barry Manz - Chief Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)2, S.51,52,56,59. 47. SAW devices designed for Military and Commercial Systems; J.M. Owens - Uni of Texas; MSDH, 4th Ed., July 1986, Vol. 16, No.7, S.349-359. 48. Commercial Microwave CAD matches SAW Convolver; H.P. Grassl & H.W. Wotz - Siemens AG; MSN&CT, September 1987, S.123-128. 49. SAW filters form precise COMINT analyzer; Pascal Gabet Thomson-Sintra, Valbonne Cedex, France; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)3, S.102-105. 50. SAWs stabilize low-phase-noise voltage.tuned sources Product of Synergy Microwave, Paterson, NJ; Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)4, S.115-120.

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SAW-Empfnger - SAW Receivers


SAW Devices: The Answer for Channelized Receivers; J. Bradner LaGrange, u.a.; MSN, December 1977, S.87-96. The Channelized Receiver Comes of Age; Peter Hennessy & John D. Quick, Motorola; MSN, July 1979, S.36-47, 98. Channelized Receivers Come of Age; Tim Higgins, TI; MSN, August 1981, S.80-91.

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SAW-Filter
SAW filters aid communications system performance; Alan Victor & Steve Skiest; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)8, S.104111. Applying SAW filters - Product of Sawtek, Orlando, FL; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)13, S.221.

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SBS , Side-Lobe Blanking System


ECCM from the Radar designer's viewpoint; M.A. Johnson & D.C. Stoner; MJ, March 1978, S. 59-63. Pedro P. Arancibia: A Sidelobe Blanking System; MJ, March 1978, S. 69-73.


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Scalar Network Analyzer => Netzwerkanalysator Scalp EG, Storm Shadow


Zielgenau auf 250 Kilometer; Stephane Ferrard; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr.3, April-Juni 2001, S.46-51. Scalp; IECH 2001, S.255. Storm Shadow; IECH 2001, S.255.

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Storm Shadow - Launched in anger; AFM, May 2003, S.38- 39. 1. Precise strikes; Steve Davies; AFM, May 2003, S.40-41. RAF Storm Shadow; Geoffrey Lee; AFM, August 2003, S.6465.

Scout
Die LCF-Fregatte der Kniglich Niederlndischen Marine; Leo M. Van Westerhoven & Gerard van Oosbree; SuT, September 2002, S.22-26.


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Schall - Sound Schleppseil-Antennen - Trailled Antennas


U-Boot-Funkverkehr mit ELF- ein neuer Anlauf der US Navy; Dan Boyle; IWR, 7/1978, S.1149-1151. 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. Gefechtsfhrung im Nuklearkrieg; Beitrag von Ashton B. Carter in Rstung und Sicherheit; Spektrum der Wissenschaft, Heidelberg, 1985, S.42-50. ELF lets Subs stay deep and out of sight; David A. Boutacoff; DE, January 1985, S. 95-98. 3 Upbeat outlook for C I; David A. Boutacoff; DE, February 1985, S. 47-56. Building an Electronic Navy; James B. Schultz; DE, March 1985, S. 74-93. New Tacamo Aircraft being developed to support Trident Missile Submarines; David A. Boutacoff; DE, March 1985, S. 108-111. Gefechtsfhrung im Nuklearkrieg; Beitrag von A.B. Carter, in Rstung und Sicherheit; Spektrum der Wissenschaft, Heidelberg, 1985, S.42.50. Tacamo at Tinker: An Operational or Political Decision? Floyd Painter; DE, April 1987, S.28. Aircraft Upgrades: New Life for a Vintage Flet; Bruce Gumble and Floyd Painter; DE, April 1987, S. 74-92. Funkortung und Funknavigation; Erwin Lertes; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1995, S. 130. A Sampling of EW Antennas; Don Herskovitz; JED, December 1997, S. 53-57. Antennas: Highly Visible and Hardly Visible; Don Herskovitz; JED, May 1999, S. 63-68. 1. 2.

SDH
Optical outlook is brightening; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)6, S.52. Understanding SDH networks - Application Notes, Product of Wandel & Goltermann, Eningen; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)9, S.131.

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SDI
DoD sets sights on SDI complements; John Rhea - Freelance Writer; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)6, S.44-49. SDI funds terahertz, cheapsats programms; John Rhea Freelance Writer; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)9, S.47-49.

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SDMA, Space Division Multiple Access SDR, Software Defined Radios


Operational Requirements Document (ORD) for Joint Tactical Radio (JTR), Department of Defense, 1997. Funknetze fr Einsatzsysteme der Zukunft; Raimund Richter; Wehrtechnischer Report 1/2004, Report Verlag; Moderne Technologien fr die Ausrstung des Heeres, Februar 2004, S.30-32. Software Radios fr militrische Anwendungen; Dr. Boyd Buchin & Dr. Rdiger Leschhorn; Wehrtechnischer Report 1/2004, Report Verlag; Moderne Technologien fr die Ausrstung des Heeres, Februar 2004, S.33-35. Thales Tallies; Michael A. Taverna, Farnborough; AW&ST, July 26, 2004, S.37. LM-Pressemitteilung vom 8. September 2004: Lockheed Martin Team selected for $51 Million Pre-System Development and Demonstration Phase of AMF JTRS Programm. Softwaredefinierte Funkgerte - Die Funkgertefamilie R&S M3xR von Rohde & Schwarz im Einsatz; Dr. Rdiger Leschhorn - R&S; Strategie und Technik, August 2005, S.2829. Software Radio: The Bright Side; Don Moore; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, January 2006.

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Schleudersitz
What a let down; Brian Walters; AIR International, Vol. 57, August 1999, S.78-83. 7.

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Schlitzantennen => Antennen

Build a circularly polarized waveguide slot antenna; M. 1. Kisliuk, Associate Professor & A. Axelrod, Reserch Assistent, Tel-Aviv University, Israel; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)6, S.139-146..

Sea Lynx
Sea Lynx Mk 88A; Dieter Stockfisch; SuT, Oktober 2001, S.47-50.

SEAD, Suppression of Enemy Air Defense


The A to Z of lethal SEAD; Zachary Lum; JED, July 1998, S.35-44, 66. New Anti-Radar missile uses dual-mode seeker; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.60. The game of SEAD; Zachary Lum; JED, May 1999, S.35-43. Future SEAD: A USAF perspective; Lt. Col. Ken Spaar, USAF, Eglin AFB; JED, May 1999, S.44-25. SEAD: Operation Allied Force and beyond; Capt David S. Levenson, USAF, et al.; JED, January 2000, S.51-56. New thinking in air defense networks puts SEAD in check; Michael Puttre; JED, May 2001, S.39-44. SEAD - An insiders view of suppression-of-enemy-airdefense weapons and doctrine, Soviel-style; Michael Fiszer & Jerzy Gruszczyski; JED, October 2001, S.44-56.

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Schubumkehr

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Luftfahrzeugtechnik; Ernst Gtsch; Motorbuch Verlag, 2. Stuttgart, 2000, S.175. Schnelles Bremsen mit Schubumkehr - Vollgas zurck; P. 3. Hoeveler & M. Grnder; FLUG REVUE, Mrz 2002, S.82-85. 4.

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Schubvektorsteuerung
Brockhaus - Naturwissenschaften und Technik; Bd. 4, NISN; F.A. Brockhaus Mannheim, 1989, S.276. Enzyklopdie Naturwissenschaft und Technik, Bd. 4, P-Sto; Verlag Moderne Industrie, Mnchen, 1981, S.3866. Schubvektorsteuerung fr moderne Kampfflugzeuge; Erhard Heckmann; wt III/2000, S.54-55.

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German SEAD - The Tornado ECRs JaBoG 32; Steve Davis; AFM, March 2003, S.32-35. SEAD Tornado EF.3; AFM, May 2003, S.78-79.

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Selbstschutz, Selbstschutzsysteme - Self Defense/Protection Systems


XF-19 EW Suite; Richard Hartman; ME/C, Vol.3, No.7, July 1977, S.13,18,69,73-75. Principles in practice: The advanced Self-Protection Jammer; ME/C, Vol.7, No.11, November 1981, S.6. Radars, Countermeasures and Missile Electronics; 2: Electronic countermeasure self-protection system; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.13, No.5, 1987, S.511-513. Protecting Tactical Aircraft: Which capabilities are required? Lt. Colonel David Brog; EW/DE, Nov./Dec. 1977, S.105-108. Protecting large Aircraft; Sean Carroll; JED, September1999, S.45-450.. A sampling of EW Warning Systems; Don Herskovitz Technology; JED, December1999, S.61-65. A sampling of EW Warning Systems; Don Herskovitz Technology; JED, April 2000, S59-63. Avoiding the Sting; ec monitor - Brendan P. Rivers; JED, October 2001, S.26-27. With static and sword, Part I: The offensive EW concept, Tactical Aircraft must take the offensive against future threats; Lt. Col. Omer Regev (ret.); JED, December 2001, S.45-46. With static and sword, Part II: Ooffensive EW in action; Maj. Mike Starbaby Pietrucha, USAF; JED, December 2001, S.47-48. A sampling of EW Warning Systems - Technology Survey; Robert V. McGahan; JED, March 2002, S.61-65. Unsichtbarer Schutzschild fr Flugzeuge und Hubschrauber; Martin Billeeeisen; PLANET AEROSPACE, 2/2002, S.38-40. The Japanese art of self-defense - Part 1; Paul Thompson; Air International, July 2003, S.58-63. The Japanese art of self-defense - Part 2; Paul Thompson; Air International, August 2003, S.26-31.. Selbstschutz fr die fliegenden Waffensysteme der Luftwaffe; Gnter May; wt IV/2004, S.80-82

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SEAMOS
Unmanned Rotorcraft; Roy Braybrook; Air International, March 2003, S.55-22. Drohnen in der Bundeswehr - Die aufstrebende Waffe; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt/III, 2004, S.44-51.

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Secom
EPM-Verfahren SECOM-V: Sichere Kommunikation speziell fr den Bedarf des Heeres; Ulrich Otto; R&S MIL NEWS, 6/2002, S.12-14. Im Vergleich: SECOS und SECOM-V. Zwei optimierte Lsungen fr spezifische Szenarien; Peter Iselt; R&S MIL NEWS, 6/2002, S.18-19. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

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Secos
SECOS - ein EPM-Verfahren fr alle drei Waffengattungen; R&S MIL NEWS, (1999) Nr 2, S.12-14. EPM-Verfahren SECOS: SECOS jetzt auch mit TDMAFunktionalitt; Rainer Bott; R&S MIL NEWS, (2002) Nr.6, S.15-17. Im Vergleich: SECOS und SECOM-V. Zwei optimierte Lsungen fr spezifische Szenarien; Peter Iselt; R&S MIL NEWS, (2002) Nr.6, S.18-19.

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Seitensichtradar, SAR, SLAR, ISAR

Synthetic Interferometer Radar for Topographic Mapping; Leroy C. Graham; Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol.62, No.6, June 1974, S.763-768. 2. SAR Matures (Review); J. Pasek; MSN, April 1980, S.20-23. 3. Synthetic Aperture Radar improves reconnaissance; J.H. Jolley & Ch. Dotson; DE, September 1981, S.111-118. 4. Tactical Uses of Imaging Radars; S.A. Hovanessian & J.C. Naviaux; MJ, Feb. 1984, S.109-123. 5. Side-Looking airborne Radar see their market growing; James Wiley; DE, October 1984, S.211-216. 6. Advanced SAR aystem maps Artic regions; A. Nichols et al. ; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)3, S.80-85. 7. Radar mit synthetischer Apertur (SAR); E. Schanda; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.12, No.6, 1986, S. 534-543. 8. Multiprocessor architecture gives SLAR new features; Peter C. Strickland; DE, February 1987, S. 92-101. 9. SAR Seeker among JDAM candidates; M.T.; DE, May 1992, S.14-15. 10. Synthetik-Apertur-Radar - Technik und Anwendung; P. Seifert & M. Zink; Physik in uns. Zeit, 24, (1/1993), S. 24-32. 11. Radar mit realer und synthetischer Apertur; H. Klausing & W. Holpp (Hrsg); Oldenburg Verlag, Mnchen, 2000. 12. Airborne ISR Market Forcast, Part II: Synthetic-Aperture Radars; David L. Rockwell - Teal Group Corp.; JED, November 2005, S.53-60.

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Sender
Digital transmitter: simple, yet precise; F. Davarian & J. Sumida - Jet Propulsion Lab., California Institute for Technology, Pasadena, CA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)13 (December), S.73-78.

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SEPECAT Jaguar
Flight Line: SEPECAT Jaguar; FLUG REVUE, Mrz 2005, S.5356.

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Shrike, AGM-45
AGM-45 SHRIKE; IECH 2001, S.245.

Sidewinder, AIM-9
Improved Sidewinder Surfaces; Richard Hartman; DE, April 1980, S.27-29. Multiplying Firepower with MIssiles; Jim Coghlan; DE, August 1986, S.99. Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; Gerhard Hubatschek (Hrsg); Report Verlag, Frankfurt a/M, 1999, S.144. Understanding the Infrared Threat; William Taylor; JED, February 1999, S.35-43. AIM-9/X Sidewinder; IECH 2001, S.230. BGT Bodenseewerk - Ein Unternehmen der Diehl VA Systeme. BGT-Firmnebroschre, Januar 2003.

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Sekundrradar => IFF


Funkortungs- und Funknavigationsanlagen; Werner Mansfeld, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Habil.; Hthig Buch Verlag GmbH, Heidelberg, 1994, S.124-141. Radar mit realer und synthetischer Apertur, Kap. 7.4, Sekundrradar-Verfahren; H. Klausing & W. Holpp (Hrsg); Oldenburg Verlag Mnchen Wien, 2000, S.184-202.

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

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Signal/Rausch-Verhltnis - Signal-to-Noise Ratio


Know the meaning of signal-to-noise ratio; Ronald B. Hirsch - RHG, Deer Park, NY; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)2, S.153156,174. Necessitys grandchild (the roots of noise figure); Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)5, S.202. The Receiver Noise Equation: A Method for System Level Design of an RF Receiver; Hyung Joun Yoo and JI-Hoo Kim; MJ, Aug. 2002, S.20-34.

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Signalaufklrung, SigAufkl - Signal Intelligence, SIGINT


2. 3.

Reconnoitering the Electromagnetic Spectrum; Maj. M.J. Kessler - U.S. Air Force; DE, September 1985, S.107-114. 2. SIGINT receiver displays 500 MHz to 18.5 GHz; Condor Systems, Campbell, CA; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)12 (November), S.137. 3. Marine Corps Sigint is lean but mean; James W. Rawles; DE, April. 1990, S.43-48. 4. Airborne surveillance, big and small; Zachary Lum; JED, December 1997, S.43-47,73. 5. A sampling of SIGINT Systems; Don Herskovitz; JED, January 1998, Supplement, S.30-36. 6. A sampling of SIGINT Systems; Don Herskovitz; JED, July 1998, S.51-59. 7. A sampling of SIGINT Systems; Don Herskovitz; JED, June 1999, S.59-66. 8. A sampling of SIGINT Systems; Don Herskovitz; JED, December 2000, S.59-65. 9. Luftgesttzte signalerfassende Aufklrung; Hubert Wenzl & Jrg Deinert - Oberstleutnants; SuT, November 2002, S.5557. 10. French SIGINT revelations; Henri-Pierre Grolleau; AFM, March 2002, S.60-61. 11. Sigint, Jamming joint in single package; David A. Fulghum, Washington; AW&ST, December 23, 2002, S.34. 12. Die Strategische Aufklrung in der Bundeswehr; Strategische Aufklrung warum und wozu; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt II/2004, S.24-34.

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Signalverarbeitung - Signal Processing


Signal sorting in dense environments; Thomas L. Gunn; EW/DE, Sept./Oct. 1977, S.95-98. EW/ESM Receiver signal and data processing problems: Methods and solutions; ICH, 4th Ed.,1978/79, S.343-350. Signal processing drives systems design; Peter M. Grant; MSN, December 1979, S.51-74. Processing basics examined from RC to sampled data filters (Signal Processing, Part I); Edwin M. Drogin); MSN, September 1980, S.45-62. Processing alternatives tax Radar designers bandwidths (Radar Processing); W.D. Dicknson; MSN, September 1980, S.95-108. Pipeline architecture battles array (Signal Processing, Part II); Edwin M. Drogin; MSN, October 1980, S.93-109. Pipeline processors battle Bragg Cells (Signal Processing, Part II); E. M. Drogin; MSN, November 1980, S.70-76. Can analog Signal Processing survive the VHSIC challenge? Harper J. Whitehouse & K. Bromley; MSN, April 1981, S.9198. Signal Processing pivotal to next generation ESM Receivers; J.H. Collins & P.M. Grant; MSN, April 1981, S.10-32. Adaptive processing improves Filters and Antennas (Part I); P.M. Grant & C.F.N. Cowan; MSN, July 1981, S.62-77. Adaptive Filters await breakthroughs (Part II); C.F.N. Cowan & P.M. Grant; MSN, August 1981, S.69-79. Adaptive Antennas find Military and Civilian applications (Part III); P.M. Grant & C.F.N. Cowan; MSN, September 1981, S.97-107. Acousto-Optic Processing increases EW apabilities; B.J. Berg, M.W. Casseday, and I.J. Abramovitz; MSN, February 1982, S.106-118. Folded and Focused Acoustic Beams greatly improve BAW Delay Lines; J. Puyhaubert, et al. - Thomson-CSF; MSN, February 1982, S.119-126. Time-Domain Receivers for pulsed sdignals - Part 1; J.E. Schindall & M.J. Caraballo; WJ Tech-notes, Vol. 9, No. 6, Nov./Dec. 1982. Time-Domain Receivers for pulsed sdignals - Part 1; J.E. Schindall & M.J. Caraballo; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.10, No.1, Jan./Feb. 1983. Advanced Electronic Support System for Radar Processing; Gregory M. Pope - EM Systems, Sunnyvale, CA; DE, October 1983, S.182-200. DDLs perform vital signal-processing role; C. Erikson, et al. Andersen Labs; MSN&CT, July 1985, S.99-103. Log Amplifiers solve dynamic-range and rapid-pulseresponse problems; K. H. Lansdowne & D. E. Norton (Adams Russel, Anzac Division); MSN&CT, October 1985, S.99-109. Time Tracking of high PRI signals with Bit-Slice Microprocessors; Douglas Seter; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.13, No.3, May/June 1986.

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Signalgeneratoren - Signal Generators, Sources

Recent Advances in Solid-State, Phased-Locked Microwave Signal Sources, Part I; Dr. John B. Payne III; MSN, Feb./March 1976, S. 79-87. 2. Recent Advances in Solid-State, Phased-Locked Microwave Signal Sources, Part II; Dr. John B. Payne III; MSN, April/May 1976, S. 118-129. 3. Hochfrequenz- und Mikrowellen-Metechnik in der Praxis; Wolf Dieter Schleifer; Hthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1981. 4. 18 to 60 GHz Signal Generator from existing sources; R.S. Napier & J. Cowell; W J Tech-notes, Vol. 9, No 5, Sept./Oct. 1982. 5. Signal source specs hold key to receiver tests, Part 1; Richard Goodall - Communication Products, John Fluke, Everett, WA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)12 (November), S.129-134. 6. Tiny signal sources sweep 1 to 18 GHz; Product of Marconi Instruments, Allendale, NJ; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)12 (November) S.183. 7. Dirty signal sources muddy receiver analysis, Part 2; Richard Goodall - Communication Products, John Fluke, Everett, WA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)13 (December), S.83,84,86-89. 8. Tomorrows synthesized Signal Generator; Dick Goodall Fluke; MSN, January 1989, S.16-19. 9. Signal generators command complex modulation formats; Jack Browne - Associate Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)5, S.195-202. 10. Signal generators offer enhanced spectral purity - product of Hewlett-Packard, Santa Rosa, CA; Don Keller - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 38(1999)8, S.157-158.

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21. Digital Osciloscope provides fast, automated PulseModulation measurements; D. Schwartz & B. Lord Hewlett-Packard; MSN&CT, March 1987, S.36-46. 22. Parallel processing: A simulation solution; Virgil Hornstein; DE, May 1987, S.S33-S40. 23. Advanced Microwave signal Processing in Telecommunications, Radar, and Elelectronic-Warfare Systems; Fulvio Ananasso, et al.; MSN&CT, October 1987, S.108-126. 24. I-Q Vector Modulator - The ideal control component? Mitchell Tuckman - General Microwave; MSN&CT, May 1988, S.105-115. 25. Aspects in developing higher Frequency Digital Spectrum Analyzer; Douglas Goodma - Tektronix; MSN, January 1989, S.2023. 26. Digital processing of RF signals; Charles Lane - Analog Devices, Greensboro, NC; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)2, S.119-128. 27. Fast converter digitizes DC to 250 MHz in 8 Product of Tektronix, Portland, OR; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)2, S.145. 28. Digital processing improves analyzer test accuracy; Sam Wilkie - Hewlett-Pachard, Everett, WA; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)9, S.194-196. 29. Optimize ADCs for enhanced signal processing; T. Gratzek & F. Murden - Analog Devices, Greensboro, NC; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)3, S.129-136. 30. The DSP explosion; Don Herskovitz - Technology; JED, December 1999, S.43. 31. Communications in a Multi-DSP System; Dave Hobbs; JED, December 1999, S.44-47. 32. Hard-core DSP - Making it happen; Lynn Patterson; JED, December 1999, S.48-50.

12. Simulation and Training: A well-protected piece of the DOD budget pie? Louisa Griffin; DE, April 1992, S.45-49. 13. Simulation und Simulatoren in der Luftwaffe; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt, IV/2001, S.95-99.

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SINCGARS
C : Key challenges face military planners; James Fawcette; EW/DE, June 1978, S.57-66, 86. SINCGARS from ITT: The Armys radios grow up; Michael Kachmar; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)4, S.29-37. Sincgars second source: Several suppliers seek selection; Industry News; DE, January 1988; S.61-65. Sincgars delivered to Army; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)3, S.21. General Dynamics/ Sincgars; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)6, S.21. Sincgars update; J.W.R.; DE, February 1989, S.38. ITT Defense delivers 10,000th Sincgars Radio to Army; DE, May 1990, S.78. Tactical voice Communications become user friendly; Christine Castro; DE, June 1990, S.39-46. IBM and ITT propose SINCGARS-based solution to friendly fire problem; S.G.; DE, August 1992, S.12-13.
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SIRA
Das Gefechtsbungssimulationssystem SIRA; Wolfgang Gelpke - Major, Dezernat Simulation; Wehrtechnischer Report, Schlsseltechnologien fr das Heer, D 46892, 11/2000, S.78-80.

1.

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

1.

Sikorsky S-70B bzw UH-60 Seahawk


S-70B International Seahawk Technical Information; www.sikorsky.com, Produkte, S70B TI JUNE 2001.

1.

Sky Buzzer
EADS, Ulm, Firmenprospekt 5M.9553.224.44 (E), von 07/97 (Ma): Towed Decoy Aircraft Protection against Radar Threats. DASA reveals additional FOTD details; H. Gershanoff - EC Monitor; JED, November 1998, S.32-33.

1.

Simulation, Simulatoren, Ausbildung, Training

Simulation: Land of opportunity; Julian S. Lake - Editorial; ME/C, Vol. 3, No.5, May 1977, S.6. 2. Super Simulation Center; ME/C, Vol. 3, No.5, May 1977, S.8,10,12,80,82. 3. Simulation Breakthroughs; A Solution to Complex Combat Problems; EW/DE, July 1978, S.5360. 4. Military Simulators: A 10 Billion Dollar Market; James C. Appleyard; ME/C, Vol.4, No.10, October 1978, S.12,14,44,45. 5. Simulation - An effective military strategy; Julian S. Lake; ME/C, Vol.4, No.10, October 1978, S.25. 6. First-of-its-Kind Simulator features diverse capabilities; MC/C, Vol.7, No.1, January 1981, S.52-55. 7. Laser Battlefield Simulation reaches new levels of sophistication; John M. Keating & Rudolph R. Gammarino; ME/C, Vol.9, No.2, February 1983, S.40-42. 8. DATASAAB: RADAR-Simulation in der Flugsicherungsausbildung der Luftwaffe; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.9, No.2, 1983, S.132-134. 9. CAE: CAE-Ausbildungsgert; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.9, No.2, 1983, S.134-136. 10. MBB/VFW: Simulatoren fr den Marine-Einsatz; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.9, No.2, 1983, S.142-144. 11. Simulation and Modeling Trends; Johnson Yan; DE, May 1990, S.67-72.

2.

1. 2.

Sky Flash
Sky Flash; IECH 2001, S.228. Lenk- und Abwurfwaffen der NATO-Luftwaffen; Jeremy Flack; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2005.

1. 2.

Skynet
Skynet 5 vermietet seine Dienste ans britische Militr; J. S.; PLANET AEROSPACE, 1/2004, Jan.-Feb.-Mrz, S.30-31. Sicherheit fr Europa: Skynet 5; Paul Frederic; Planet aerospace 3/2005, Juli/Aug./Sept., S.34-37.

1.

SLAM/SLAM-ER
SLAM/SLAM-ER; IECH 2001, S.257.


1. 2.

SLQ => AAQ SLQ-32(V)


Navy to Equip Fleet with Multibeam EW Systems; MSN, July 1977, S.13-16. DPEWS, Das neue Mehrzweck-EloKa-System der USMarine; G. S. Sundaram; IWR, 4/1978, S.618-619. (DPEWS = Design to Price Electronic Warfare System).

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Shipboard Electronic Warfare; Richard Hartman; ME/C, Vol.4, No.5. May 1978, S.18-24. SLQ-32: Multibeam Technology Goes to Sea; Beilage in EW/DE, May 1978, S.49-98. The Mighty Five; James W. Rawles; DE, November 1987, S.58-74. Countering Anti-Ship Missiles; James W. Rawles; DE, September 1990, S.67-76. Navys primary shipboard EW Systems to undergo restoration; Washington Report; JED, August1998; S.15. AN/SLQ-32(V)5; Firmenunterlage von E-Systems Goleta Division, 2000 (?). AN/SLQ-32; IECM 2001, S.154.

6.

Sniper shines - Targeting pod design is paying off inflight and on the flightline; William B. Scott/Edwards AFB., Calif.; AW&ST, October 4, 2004, S.56.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

SONAR
Acoustic Countermeasures in the Undersea Environment; Owen Flynn; EW, Sept./Oct. 1976, S.62-66. Minimizing Reverberation in Active Sonar; Owen Flynn; EW/DE, Sept./Oct. 1977, S.149-158. AN/BQQ-5: Submarine Sonar goes digital; ME/C, Vol.3, No.10, October 1977, S.56-59. New Solution Emerge to Solve Old Sonar Problems; Georg Rand; DE, October 1980, S.17-20. Radar and Sonar can identify Targets; G.C. Gaunaud & H.M. berall; MSN, April 1981, S.108113. Sonar tests based on bistatic Radar success; DE, June 1981, S.101-102. Hand-Held Sonar aids underwater detection; L.M.; DE, March 1985, S.56. Systeme zur U-Bootbekmpfung; Joel S. Wit; Beitrag in <Rstung und Sicherheit>, Spektrum der Wissenschaft, Heidelberg, 1985, S.104-116. The Case for the Air-Transportable Towed Array; Marc Liebman; DE, April 1987, S.140-153. ASW planners confront old and new threats; Myron Struck; DE, July 1991, S.49-57. U-Jagd-Sonarsysteme der deutschen Marine, Sachstand und Ausblick; Regierungsdirektor Dr. Rer. Nat. Gert Maass; SuT, 12/1995, S.789-794. Schiffe, Schiffsgert und Unterwasserwaffen; SuT, 12/1999, S.741-750. Kampfsysteme der US Navy: Waffen und Elektronik auf amerikanischen Kriegsschiffen; Stefan Terzibaschitsch; Koehler, Hamburg, 2001. Principles of Radar and Sonar Signalprocessing; Francois Le Chevalier; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 2002. Low Frequency Towed Active Sonar / LFTAS; Joachim Kimpel, BWB; SuT, Juli 2003, S.16-18.


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SMA => Koaxialstecker


6.

SMART-L
Fregatte 124 im Zulauf; Dietrich Stockfisch; SuT, April 2001, 7. S.18-20. 8. Die LCF-Fregatte der Kniglich Niederlndischen Marine; Leo M. Van Westerhoven & Gerard van Oosbree; SuT, September 2002, S.22-26. 9.

1.

Smart-Antennen
Smart antennas enhance cellular/PCS performance, Part 1; Carl B. Dietrich & Warren L. Stutzman - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)4, S.76-86. Smart antennas enhance cellular/PCS performance, Part 2; Carl B. Dietrich & Warren L. Stutzman - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)5, S.164-168. Smart-antenna systems get a comprehensive look; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)3, S.53.

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14. 15.

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Smart-Skin-Antennen
TRW Anzeigenbeilage in JED, April 1999. Antennas and Radar; Robert J. Mailloux; MJ, March 1989, S.28-33. Smart-Antenna Technology is the Wave of the Wireless Future; Gene Heftman; Microwaves & RF, 38(1999)5, S.2936. Antenna Technology Tunes to Wireless Markets; Jack Brown; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)5, S.31-37.

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SONET
Optical outlook is brightening; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)6, S.52. Wafer probing fast SONET devices; Gean Gahagan Cascade Microtech, Beaverton, OR; Microwaves & RF, 38(1999)3, S.108-112.

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1.

Smart Weapons, Intelligente Waffen


Autonomous weapons - Are we smart enough for them? John Haystead; DE, February 1992, S.29-37, 65.

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SOSTAR-X
Europisches Gemeinschaftsunternehmen SOSTAR gegrndet; SuT, April 2001, S.4. SOSTAR Consortium formed; European Report - Martin Streetly; JED, April 2001, S.20. Entscheidungen zur Ausrstung der Bundeswehr; SuT, Januar 2002, S.4-5. SOSTAR demonstration contract awarded; European Report - Brendan P. Rivers; JED, January 2002, S.19. Ein neues Aufklrungssystem; pp; SuT, Mrz 2002, S.61. SOSTAR on Track; International Report; MJ, 45(2002)3, S.53-54. Euro-Aufklrungsradar von Sostar; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Mrz 2002, S.60. SOSTAR: Die Europische Lsung fr luftgesttzte Gefechtsfeldberwachung (Airborne Ground Surveillance); wt II/2002, S.24-25.


1. 2.

SNA => Netzwerkanalysator Sniper XR, Pantera


USAF selects advanced Targeting Pod; ec monitor - Brendan P. Rivers; JED, September 2001, S.34-35. USAF targering pods on track for flight tests this spring; William B. Scott, Colorado Springs; AW&ST, January 28, 2002, S.65. Lockheed Martins Pantera; AW&ST, July 15, 2002, S.18. Scharfer Blick; Karl Schwarz; FLUGREVUE, Oktober 2002, S.50-52. Nowhere to hide - Sniper XR targeting pod allows pilots to put a bomb through a single window from long standoff ranges; William B. Scott/Edwards AFB., Calif.; AW&ST, October 4, 2004, S.52-56.

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9.

AGS, SOSTAR, NATAR - Wer hat da noch den Durchblick? 13. Ein wirtschaftlicher, programmierbarer MikrowellenE.H.; wt, II/2002, S.50. Spektrumanalysator; Mikrowellen Magazin, 10(1984)3, 10. Ein Meilenstein fr SOSTAR-X; pp; SuT, Oktober 2003, S.63. S.220-226. 11. Target Tracking; Robert Wall; AW&ST, October 3, 2005, 14. Basics are useful in operation of Spectrum Analyzers; S.32-33. Tektronix Application Note; MSN, July 1984, S.93-102. 15. Aufbau, Handhabung und Einsatzmglichkeiten von Spektrumanalysatoren, Teil I; Werner Schnorrenberg Sparrow, AIM-7 Kln; Mikrowellenmagazin, 10(1984)5, S.492-506. 1. Navy considers British Monopulse Seeker for Sparrow; 16. Aufbau, Handhabung und Einsatzmglichkeiten von MSN, September 1977, S.19-20. Spektrumanalysatoren, Teil II; Werner Schnorrenberg 2. AIM-7 Sparrow; IECH 2001, S.228. Kln; Mikrowellenmagazin, 10(1984)6, S.612-623. 17. Aufbau, Handhabung und Einsatzmglichkeiten von Spectra Spektrumanalysatoren, Teil III; Werner Schnorrenberg 1. Technische Unterlage von Dassault Electronique, 06/97, Sd. Kln; Mikrowellenmagazin, 11(1985)1, S.48-66. 11452 A.g15. 18. Digital processing powers RF analyzer, Part 1; John 2. Storm Warning - The Dassault Rafale is poised to become Middleton - Marconi Instruments, Allendale, NJ; Europes premier fighter-bomber; Michael Fiszer; JED, June Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)6, S.133-140. 2005, S.40-51. 19. Receiver commands high resolution, Part 2; John Middleton - Marconi Instruments, Allendale, NJ; Microwaves & RF, Speicher, Halbleiterspeicher 24(1985)7, S.134-138. 1. Semiconductor memory: Groundwork for systems 20. Spectrum Analyzer incorporates useful features; Marconi improvements; Ronald Floyd, et al.; EW/DE, November Instruments Product; MSN&CT, August 1985, S.178-179. 1978, S.47-57. 21. Analyzers display traces RF spectrum, Part 3; John 2. Memory devices to fit every application; David S. Lo Middleton - Marconi Instruments, Allendale, NJ; Sperry; DE, August 1984, S.119-134. Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)9, S.215-216. 3. Selecting Memory devices for Military applications; David S. 22. Sharpen pulse signal measurement accuracy; Morris Lo - Sperry; DE, September 1984, S.167-186. Engelson - Tektronix, Beaverton, OR; Microwaves & RF, 4. EEROMs are in shape; Ken Kwong; DE, October 1984, 25(1986)8, S.81-83. S.234-237. 23. Spectrum Analyzers take control of Microwave stimulus5. EEPROMs add flexibility to military systems; Mike Villott; response measurements; D. Handlon & L. Ulrich - HewlettDE, June 1988, S.160-167. Packard; MSN&CT, September 1986, S.102. 6. New options in memory technology; James W. Rawles; DE, 24. Spectrum Analyzers achieve more power on the front February 1990, S.42-47. panel; Ken Dawson - Tektronix; MSN&CT, December 1986, S.81-93. Spektrumanalysatoren, SA 25. Portable RF analyzer is true techs tool; Jack Browne 1. Aufbau und Anwendungen von Spektrumanalysatoren im Senior Editor; Product of Tektronix, Beaverton, OR; Hochfrequenzgebiet; November 1974. Hewlett-Packard, Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)12 (November), S.143-145. Spectrum Analyzer Series, Appl. Notes 150, 150-1... 150-14. 26. Portable analyzer scrutinizes 1.5 GHz - Product of Hewlett2. The D-70R as a Broadband, Wide-Open Real-Time Packard, Palo, Alto, CA; Jack Browne - Senior Editor;; Spectrum Analyzer; ICH, 2nd Ed., June 1976/77, S.402-404. Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)12 (November), S.181-182. 3. Microprocessor Simplifies Spectrum Analysis; Bob Alm, 27. Spectrum Analyzer Network Measurements; Steve Gledhill Dave Shores, Al Huegli; MSN, May 1977, S.63-70. - Marconi Instruments; MSN&CT, February 1987, S.75-84. 4. Spectrum Analyzer Theory and Applications; Morris 28. Current probe used with Spectrum Analyzer for EMI Engelson; Artech House, Boston, 1979. measurements; R. Mayo - Marconi Instruments; MSN&CT, 5. Spektrumanalyse im Mikrowellenbereich - Prinzip und July 1987, S.81-87. Applikationen; Dr. Wolfgang Schmitz; MM, Heft 4/80, 29. Spectrum-Analyzer Counters eliminate false counts; Ken S.268-273. Dawson - Tektronix; MSN&CT, August 1987, S.86-95. 6. Spectrum Analyzers from Hewett-Packard; Firmenprospekt, 30. New digital Spectrum Analyzer solves difficult Beilage in: Microwaves, 20(1981)12 (December). Measurement problems; Douglas Goodman - Tektronix; 7. Hochfrequenz- und Mikrowellen-Metechnik in der Praxis; MSN&CT, August 1988, S.8-13. Wolf Dieter Schleifer; Hthig, Heidelberg, 1981. 31. Aspects in developing higher Frequency Digital Spectrum 8. Compact Programmable Spectrum Analyzer Aids EMI Analyzer; Douglas Goodman - Tektronix; MSN, January Measurements; Dave Barnard (Tektronix); MSN, April 1982, 1989, S.20-23. S.65-76. 32. Selecting a Spectrum Analyzer; Craig Short; MSN, January 9. Spectrum analyzer is portable lab assistant; Dave Barnard 1989, S.26-32. Tektronix, Beaverton, OR; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)1, 33. Portable analyzer sets sensitivity and noise standards S.117, 124, 137. Product of Tektronix, Beaverton, OR; Jack Browne 10. Spectrum analyzers: Windows on an RF world; Jack Browne Executive Editor; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)6, S.123-128. - Associate Editor; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)4, S.71,7534. Half a Century of measurement progress: Development of 81,153. the modern Spectrum Analyzer; Morris Engelson; MSN, 11. Use a spectrum analyzer to make EMI measurements; October 1989, S.47-61. Henry Benitez - Tektronix, Beaverton,OR; Microwaves & RF, 35. Spektrumanalyse; Werner Schnorrenberg; Vogel Fachbuch 23(1984)4, S.134,135,139,141,142. Messtechnik, Wrzburg, 1990. 12. Spectrum analyzers get brain transplant; HP-Product; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)4, S.152,155.

36. Portable spectrum analyzer scans 9 kHz to 22 GHz - Product of IFR Systems, Wichita, KS; Jack Browne - Chief Editor; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)8, S.169-172. 37. Spectrum analyzers interlock users to performance Product of Tektronix, Beaverton, OR; Jack Browne Associate Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)9, S.147-151. 38. Hewlett-Pachard Test- und Metechnik Katalog 1994/1995. 39. Spectrum analyzers scan wideband wireless signals; Janine Sullivan - Associate Editor; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)4, S.110-116. 40. Understand spectrum analyzers dynamic-range specifications; Scott Lukes - Hewlett-Packard, Santa Rosa, CA; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)9, S.47-49. 41. Spectrum analyzers tackle vector signals - Product of Tektronix, Beaverton, OR; Jack Browne - Associate Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)11, S.138-140. 42. Spectrum analyzers measure to 40 GHz - Product of Tektronix, Pittsfield, MA; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)13, S.246. 43. Using a spectrum analyzers video-filter bandwidth; Morris Engelson - JMS Consulting, Portland, OR; Microwaves & RF, 38(1999)3, S.94-95. 44. Spectrum analyzer suits noise-parameter testing; Christos Tsironis - President, Focus Microwaves, Laurent, Quebec, Canada; Microwaves & RF, 38(1999)3, S.98-107. 45. Rohde & Schwarz Megerte und Mesysteme, Katalog 1999/2000. 46. Measure harmonics with a spectrum analyzer; Joe Gorin Agilent technologies, Santa Rosa, CA; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)1, S.55-60. 47. Analyzer adds speed and accuracy to NF testing; G. Thomas & E. Shepherd - Agilent Technologies, West Lothian, Scotland; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)5, S.199-204. 48. Spectrum analyzers tune to new levels of test performance - Product of Agilent Technologies, Palo Alto, CA; Jack Browne - Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 39(2000)11, S.137-144. 49. Spektrumanalysator R&S FSU 26; Josef Wolf; R&S Heft 174(2002/II), S.25-27. 50. Handheld Spectrun Analyzer R&S FSH 3 - Die neue Mobilitt in der Spektrumanalyse; Josef Wolf; R&S, Heft 175(2002/III), S.20-25. 51. Spektrumanalysator R&S FS 300 - Preisgnstig und universell fr Labor, Service und Produktion; Robert Obertreis; R&S, Heft 177(2003/I), S.20-23.

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


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SPY => AAQ SPY-1A/D


AEGIS; Richard Hartman; ME/C; September 1977, S.16-20. USS Ticonderoga joins blue water battle group; J.F.J.; DE, December 1984, S.112-114. Long-awaited Arleigh Burke destroyer carries improved Aegis system; J.F.J.; DE, December 1984, S.116-118. Aegis System still gets high marks; Paul R. Jaszka; DE, October 1988, S.48-61. Lockheed Martin AN/SPY-1D; Stratigiki (griechische Zeitschrift), Athen, June 2001, S.83. Spaniens Fregatte F-100; Dieter Stockfisch; SuT, November 2001, S.56. Backboards of the fleet: Shipboard Phased-Array Radars; Dimitris V. Dranidis; JED, May 2003, S.55-62.


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Squitter => ACAS/TCAS SRAM


Luft/Boden-Lenkwaffe SRAM; SuT, 3/1973, S.135. Sram-2 enhances mission flexibility for long-range Bombers; Paul R. Jaszka; DE, January 1989, S.89-93.

1.

STALO
Radar Technology Encyclopedia; Edited by D.K. Barton und S.A. Leonov; Artech House, Inc., Boston, London; 1997, S.241. Radar mit realer und synthetischer Apertur; Kap. 7.3 PulsDoppler-Verfahren; H. Klausing & W. Holpp (Hrsg); Oldenburg Verlag, Mnchen, 2000.

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1.

Standard
AGM-78 Standard; IECH 2001, S.246.

1. 2.

Staurohr
Flugtechnik; Jrgen Mies; Privatpiloten Bibliothek, Band 5, Motorbuchverlag Stuttgart, 1999. Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

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Stealth, Stealth-Prinzipien/Technologien
Ferranti development in Stealth technology; ME/C, Vol.7, No.12, June 1981, S.22. Advanced technology to blossom in next-generation Fighter - Stealth Fighter; James B. Schultz; DE, August 1985, S.62-69. The B-1B versus Stealth Bomber; J.F.J.; DE, August 1985, S.78-79. Is the ATB too stealthy to sevive; Charles Rabb; DE, July 1986, S.66-72. Stealth ist tot - es lebe das Radar! Bill Sweetman; Interavia 4/1987, S.331-333. Stealth Technologien zur Verminderung der Entdeckbarkeit von Fluggerten; Kay Dittrich, Dr. Joachim Grashof; Mikrowellen & HF Magazin; Vol.15, No.7, 1989, S.575-577. Fundamentals of Fighter design, Part 10 - Stealth; Ray Whitford; Air International, September 1997, S.175-181. Backfitting Stealth; William A. Schoneberger; JED, March 1998, S.33-37.

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Spiral-Antennen => Antennen


New Spiral-Helix Antenna developed; EW, May/June 1975, S.67-72. L-Band Spiralphase Reflectarray; H. Richard Phelan - Harris; MJ, Jan. 1977, S.47-50. Spiralphase Reflectarray for multitarget Radar; H. Richard Phelan - Harris; MJ, July 1977, S.67-73. Cavity-Backed Spiral has microstrip feed; David L. Saul; Microwaves, Vol.20, No.10, Oct. 1981, S.88-89. Anzeige von Loral Randron Systems in DE, May 1992, S.30: The Randron Dual Polarization Sinous Antennas! An End to EW/ESM Polarization Blindness. Anzeige von L3 Communications, Randtron Antenna Systems in JED, May 1999, S.65: The Sinous Antenna dropin spiral replacement enables your EW system to be all that it should be.

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Looking for stealth in all the right places; H. Gershanoff - EC Monitor; JED, November 1998, S.27-28. Nachtrgliche Stealth-Manahmen fr Flugzeuge; Peter Preylowski; SuT, 5/2000, S.322. Is elektro-aerodynamics the new stealth? Roy Braybrook & John Weal (Illustrations); Air International, February 2001, S.93-96. Die Tarnkappen-Schneider - EADS Militrflugzeuge entwickelt in Bremen Stealth-Technologien; Hans-Jrg Liersch; Mforum, Mrz 2001, S.4-5. Radar und Stealth - Die Anfnge; Hans-Jrg Liersch; Mforum, Mrz 2001, S.6. [Leiseflieger] Stealth Fighter test ops; Paul Crickmore; AFN, October 2001, S.42-47. Stealth-Technologie: Radarabsorbierende Strukturen als Nachrstsatz; Michael Blesin; Flieger-Kalender 2003, Mittler & Sohn, Hamburg/Berlin/Bonn, Sommer 2002, S.8493. [Leiseflieger] Advanced stealth appears in Boeing `BOP prototype; David A. Fulghum, St. Louis; AW&ST, October 28, 2002, S.36-38. Stealth, Unsichtbare Flugzeuge, Tuschen und Tarnen in der Luft; Doug Richardson; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 2002. Stealth-Technologie: Quo vadis Tarnkappe? Christian Hauser; FLIEGERREVUE, 5/2004, S.26-29. EW and Stealth - Deceptive appearances explained; Mike Hirst; Air International, November 2004, S.62-65.

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Stiel-Antennen, Dielektrische
Solid Dielectric Horn Antennas; Carlos Salema, Carlos Fernandes & Rama Kant Jha; Artech House, Boston London, 1998.

1. 2. 3.

Stinger
Stinger: Requiem for the Combat Helicopter? James W. Rawles; DE, November 1988, S.30-33. Europische STINGER-Produktion; wt III/2000, S.51. IECH 2001, S.231.

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Jamming on the modern Battlefield; ICH, 5th Ed.,1979/80, S.297-303. Monopuls, Doppler and Fuse Jamming primers; Prof. D.B. Hoisington - US Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA; ICH, 5th Ed., 1979/80, S.349-354. Jamming equations; ICH, 5th Ed., 1979/80, S.356-358. ECM Techniques glossary; ICH, 5th Ed., 1979/80, S.359. Jamming Frequency Agile Radars; Bengt Bergkvist - Philips Elektronikindustrier AB; DE, January 1980, S.75-83. Rapport Jammer Design Criteria; John D. Spano; DE, March 1980, S.29-38. Tactical support Jamming; Alexander Robert Salzmann Grumman; JED, December 1983, S.29-33. Expendable jammers prove indispensable; A.G.Self - Royal Signals, Worcestershire, UK; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)9, S.143-149. A sampling of EW Jammers - Technology Survey; Don Herskovitz; JED, September 1998, S.57-63. RF Jamming: The first 100 Years; Dan Gobel; JED, February 1999, S.45-51. Jam with everything - Part 1; Alan Dawes; Air International, October 1999, S.250-254. Jam with everything - Part 2; Alan Dawes; Air International, November 1999, S.282-286. When weapons cheat; Kenneth B. Sherman; JED, July 2000, S.49-54. A sampling of EW countermeasure decoys -Technology Survey; Don Herskovitz; JED, July 2000, S.61-64. A sampling of EW Jammers - Technology Survey; Don Herskovitz; JED, September 2000, S.71-78. Jammers - How solid is their state? Don Herskovitz; JED, November 2000, S.51-57. EW101 A First Course in Electronic Warfare; David Adamy; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 2001. A sampling of EW Jammers - Technology Survey; Robert V. McGahan; JED, February 2002, S.61-65.

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STOVL, Short Take-Off and Vertical Landing


V/STOL - Reflexions 40 years on; Roy Braybrook; Air International, October 1999, S.235-240.

1. 2. 3. 4.

STN Atlas Elektronik


Http://www.stn-atlas.de E-Mail: land-und-flugsysteme@stn-atlas.de Rheinmetall De Tec AG; SuT, September 2001, S.32-34. STN-Firmenprospekt: 151 09 .01.

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Streifenleitungen
Hochfrequenztechnik, Band 1; O. Zinke & H. Brunswig; Kap. 4.7, Streifenleitungen; Springer, Berlin, 1995. Mikrowellentechnik; G. Ks & P. Pauli (Hrsg): Kap. 2, Leitungen; Franzis-Verlag GmbH, Mnchen, 1991. Hochfrequenztechnik; Edgar Voges; Band 1; Kap. 6.1, Streifenleitungen; Hthig, Heidelberg, 1991. Microwave Devices and Circuits; Samuel Y. Liao; Chap. 11, Strip Lines; Prentice-Hall International Editions, London, 1990.


1. 2. 3.

Storm Shadow => Scalp EG Strung, Strsysteme - Jammer, Jamming Systems


Jammers add effectiveness, complexity; AW&ST, January 27, 1975, S.63-77. Anatomy of a Jammer; Richard Devis; MSN, July 1977, S.3340. Jamming low power Spread Spectrum Radar; Gilbert R. Johnson - Consultant Erastec Cupertino; EW/DE, Sept./Oct. 1977, S.103-112. Electronic Countermesaures- Part III: Jamming and Deception; Editors: J.A. Boyd, D.B. Harris, D.D. King, H.W. Welch, Jr.; Stanford University, 1961; Reprint: Peninsula Publishing, Los Altos, CA, 1978. Methodology for specifying Jammer system parameters; ICH, 4th Ed., 1978/79, S.406-410. What jams what? ICH, 4th Ed., 1978/79, S.411-415. Tactical Warning Technology; ICH, 4th Ed., 1978/79, S.419427.

3. 4.

1.

Streuparameter, S-Matrix, S-Parameter


Understanding single-ended and mixed-mode s-parameters - Part 1; Garth Sundberg - Maxim Integrated Products, Sunnyvale, CA; Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)3, S.121-128. Scrutinizing single-ended S-parameters - Part 2; Garth Sundberg - Maxim Integrated Products, Sunnyvale, CA; Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)4, S.109-110. Grasp thr meaning of mixed-mode S-parameters - Part 3; Garth Sundberg - Maxim Integrated Products, Sunnyvale, CA; Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)5, S.99-104.

4.

2.

5. 6. 7.

3.

4.

Performing S-parameter measuremts - Part 4; Garth Sundberg - Maxim Integrated Products, Sunnyvale, CA; Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)6, S.99-100.

5.

Superconducting ICs generate and detect signals to 100 GHz; Andrew Laundrie - Associate Ed.; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)9, S.163-164.

1.

Su-27 Flanker
Sukhoi Su-27 Flanker, Russias multi-role combat aircraft; Air International Su-27 special; September 1998, S.I-XVI.

1. 2.

SVS, Synthetic Vision System


Synthetic Vision: No longer futuristic; James W. Ramsey; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, February 2004. Forschen fr Cockpit der nchsten Generation; Christoph Vernaleken - Institut fr Flugsysteme und Regelungstechnik, Technische Universitt Darmstadt; Luftund Raumfahrt, Nr. 4, Oktober-Dezember 2004, S.22-24. Synthetic Vision: Time for Standards; Editors Note: Charlotte Adams; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, January 2006. Electronics with Impact: Top 10 Avionics Innovations; AW&ST, Special Advertising Section, November 20, 2006, S.S1-S6.

1. 2.

Supraleitung
Superconductivity and the Josephson junction; Jacke Browne; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)4,S.176. Superconductivity, a revolution beckons microelectronics; Eric Brus - freelance writer, Boston; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)7, S.35-43. SIS technology boosts sensitivity of mm-wave receivers; S.K. Pan, A.R. Kerr, et al.; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)9, S.139-1146. Measure RF losses of superconductors in planar circuits; J.S. Martens & J.B. Beyer; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)9, S.150-156. 3.

3.

4.

4.

1. 2.

T-50/A-50
Flugzeuge der Welt, 2003; Claudio Mller; Motorbuchverlag, Stuttgart, S.222. berschalltrainer KAI T-50 - Koreas Goldener Adler; Red.; FLIEGERREVUE, Juni 2004, S.25.

4. 5.

Introduction to Electronic Warfare; D. Curtis Schleher, Ph. D.; Artech House Inc., Norwood, MA, 1986, S.427. Converting TSS to detection receiver sensitivity; John A. Remmell - Ford Aerospace & Communications, Newport Beach, CA; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)13, S.113-125.

1.

TACAMO
The Renaissance in Submarine Communications, Part III, The ELF Odyssey 1958-1979; Roland J. Starkey, Jr.; ME/C, 7(1981)1, S. 26-39. Erratum: The Renaissance in Submarine Communications, The ELF Odyssey; ME/C, 7(1981)2, S. 28. The Renaissance in Submarine Communications, Part IV: The ELF Odyssey, continued; Roland J. Starkey, Jr.; ME/C, 7(1981)2, S. 29-34. 3 Upbeat Outlook for C I; By David A. Boutacoff, DE, February 1985, S. 47-56. New Tacamo Aircraft Being Developed to Support Trident Missile Submarines; By David A. Boutacoff, DE, March 1985, S. 108-111. Aircraft Upgrades: New Life for a Vintage Flet; By Bruce Gumble and Floyd Painter, DE, April 1987, S. 74-92.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Tanker, Tankerflugzeuge
The USAFs Tanker; Robert F Dorr; AFM, March 2002, S.2025. The RAFs Future Strategic Tanker Aircraft; Jon Lake; Air International, July 2004, S.40-45. Boeing KC-767: A new Stratotanker? Air International, October 2004, S.38-41. Advanced Refueling Boom - Europas Tanker-Offensive; Jose Antonio Barragan; Planet aerospace 1-2/2005, S.82-87.

2. 3.

4. 5.

1.

Targeting
Precise Targeting: Sensors get smarter - Technology; Dave Adamy; JED, September 2000, S.51-56.

6.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Taurus KEPD 350


Zweiter Freiflug von Taurus KEPD 350 verlief planmig; -r-; SuT, 12/2000, S.786. Abstandswaffe TAURUS fr die Luftwaffe; wt, IV/2000, S.205-206. MAW Taurus KEPD 350; Peter Preylowski - Oberts a.D.; SuT; Oktober 2001, S.32-35. Erfolgreicher Freiflug des Abstandslenkflugkrpers Taurus KEPD 350; SuT, Juni 2002, S.5. Taurus KEPD 350; PLANET AEROSPACE, 4/2002, S.42. Erfolgreicher Freiflug des Taurus KEPD 350; PP; SuT, Januar 2003, S.35. Abstandslenkflugkrper Taurus KEPD 350; SuT, Juli 2003, S.51. Taurus - Verwandlungsknstler fr moderne Streikrfte; Julia Strohbusch; PLANET AEROSPACE, Juli/August/September, 3/2005, S.50-51. Taurus KEPD 350 - Abstandswaffe der Spitzenklasse; Peter Preylowski; Strategie und Technik, Januar 2006, S.40-43.

1. 2.

TACAN => Funknavigation


TACAN finds wide range of civil applications; E. Lazzaroni; MSN&CT, March 1986, S.128A-128F. Funkortungs- und Funknavigationsanlagen; Werner Mansfeld, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Habil.; Hthig Buch Verlag GmbH, Heidelberg, 1994, S.345-351. Funkortung und Funknavigation; Erwin Lertes; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1995, S.92. Flugfunk; Michael Martin, Siebel Verlag, Meckenheim, 2000, S.232.

3. 4.


1.

TADIL => Datalinks TADIRCM, Tactical Aircraft Directed Infrared Countermeasures


TADIRCM testing continues at China Lake; ec monitor Brendan P. Rivers; JED, November 2001, S.32-33.

9.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Tuschkrper - Decoys
ECM for the extended battlefield; Howard M. Gabbert; JED, 11-12/1981, S.27-32. Offboard Expendables at NRL; Dr. Francis J. Klemm; JED, 1112/1981, S.47-54. Outlook for expendable ECM-1984; Edward A. Katkic Tracor; JED, December 1983, S.35-40. Expendable decoys in Naval warfare; J. Hyman & R.L. DuBose -Hycor; JED, December 1983, S.43-48. Off-Board Decoys; Byron Hinderer; JED, 11/1985, S.51-55. Radar Decoys for Ship Defense - US solutions; R.L. DuBose; International Defense Review, 12/1985, S.49-52. Rubber Duck - An inflatable passive ant-missile decoy; Bob Dicker; International Defense Review, 12/1985, S.55-56. Expendable Decoys Counter Missiles with new Technology; Marc Liebman; DE, October 1986, S.69-77.

1. 2.

Taifun, Drohnensystem
Technische Firmenunterlage 212 05.00 von STN Atlas Elektronik. Drohnen in der Bundeswehr - Die aufstrebende Waffe; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt/III, 2004, S.44-51.

1. 2. 3.

Tangetial Signal Sensitivity, TSS


Tangential Sensitivity of a Detector Video System with R.F. Preamplification; W.J. Lucas; Proc. IEE, 113(1966)8. Tangential Sensitivity of EW Receivers; James B.Y. Tsui; Microwave Journal, 24(1981)10, S. 99-102. Practical approach makes TSS measurement simple; Richard Smith Hughes - Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, CA; Microwaves, 21(1982)1, S.69-72.

9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

Army boost Decoy Technology to meet ARM threat; Scott R. Gourley; DE, November 1987, S.76-84. Army boosts decoy technology to meet ARM threat; Scott R. Gourley; DE, November 1987, S.76-84. Ant-Ship Missile threat drives decoy development; Tom Baranauskas; DE, March 1988, S.109-120. Decoys meet the challenge of Missile attack; Patrick Clark; MSN, September 1989, S.50-64. Expendables Cover the Spectrum; Sheila Galatowitsch; DE, September 1990, S.47-54. Advances in passive expendable countermeasures; Vic Pheasant; JED, May 1998, S.41-48, 67. A sampling of Expendables; Don Herskovitz - Technology; JED, April 1999, S.55-59. When Weapons Cheat; Kenneth B. Sherman; JED, July 2000, S.49-54. A Sampling of EW Countermeasures Decoys; Don Herskovitz; JED, July 2000, S.61-64. A new generation of advanced decoys throws its hat in the ring; B. Kenneth & B.P. Rivers; JED, January 2001, S.43-47. EW101 A First Course in Electronic Warfare; David Adamy; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 2001. Tuschstrung - Deception Jamming Typical pulse repeater deceptive Jamming System; ICH, 2nd Ed., 1976/77, S.432. Electronic Countermesaures- Part III: Jamming and Deception; Editors: J.A. Boyd, D.B. Harris, D.D. King, H.W. Welch, Jr.; Stanford University, 1961; Reprint: Peninsula Publishing, Los Altos, CA, 1978. A Sampling of EW Jammers; Don Herskovitz; JED, April 1999, S.39-44. A Sampling of EW Jammers; Don Herskovitz; JED, September 2000, S.71-78.

1. 2.

Telemetrie
Telemetrie - fernmetechnik fr Medatenerfassung und bertragung; Mikrowellenmagazin, Heft 3/81, S.268. Microwave airborne telemetry: Unusual problems, unusual hardware; James Rieger & Kent Birch; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)9, S.38-40, 42, 44.

1. 2.

TEMPEST
Tempest equipment directory; DE, June 1991, S.73-82. Tempest market survives cutbacks, changes direction; Sheila Galatowitsch; DE, June 1992, S.57-60.


1.

TEMPEST-Antennen => Antennen Tercom, Terrain Contour Matching


Scene-matching guidance concepts to be flight testedReview; EW/DE, June 1978, S.29-30.

1.

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

1. 2.


1.

Testmittel => Mikrowellen Mess- und Testmittel TETRA


TETRA-Mobilfunksystem ACCESSNET-T Cube: Autarkes modulares TETRA-System - tragbar und schnell aufgebaut; Harald Haage; MIL NEWS (von Rohde & Schwarz), 2004, Nr.8, S.12-13.

3. 4.

1.

TETRAPOL
TETRAPOL-Funkfunksysteme fr die Bundeswehr; Planet aerospace, 1/2006, Januar/Februar/Mrz, S.21.


1.

TAWS => GPWS TCAS => ACAS/TCAS TCT, Time Critical Targets
Seek and destroy; Michael Russell Rip & James M Hasik; AFM, June 2003, S.52-57.

1. 2.

TFR
Introduction to Electronic Warfare; Ph. D. D.C. Schleher; Artech House, Inc., Norwood, MA, 1986, S.252. Radar Technology Encyclopedia; Edited by D.K. Barton und S.A. Leonov; Artech House, Inc., Boston, London; 1997, S.358. Technische Unterlage von EADS Deutschland, Bordsysteme, Ulm: Fire Control Radar, 5M 9553.224. 45(E), 7/97 (Ma).

3.

1.

TDMA, Time Division Multiple Access


An Experimental TDMA Network for Airborne Warning and Control Systems Interoperability Demonstrations: Part I; Lightfoo/Smith/Petrino; MSN, Dec 1975./Jan. 1976, S.7381. Rapid Synchronization: Carrier and Clock Recovery for HighSpeed, Digital Communications; Floyd M. Gardner; MSN, Feb./March 1976, S.57-64. TDMA Networks Meet AWACS Multiple Communications Needs, Part II; F. M. Lightfoot, et al.; MSN, Oct./Nov. 1976, S.76-81. TDMA: The Answer for European Satcom? Leif Lundquist; MSN, March 1978, S.77-86. Digital Earth Terminals Use TDM/TDMA; Steve Salamanoff, u.a.; MSN, March 1980, S.100-106. Microprocessor Advances Yield Economical TDMA Terminals; George D. Dill; MSN, March 1981, S.63-73. Switching in Space Will Depend on Multibeam Interconnects (Satcom); Murray Hoffman (The Mitre Corporation); MSN, January 1982, S.127-135.

1. 2. 3.

Thales (frher: Thomson-CSF)


Http://www.thalesgroup.com Technische Unterlage von Thomson-CSF Radars & ContreMesures: Radars & Countermeasures. Devices and antennas drive Thomsons growth; Jack Browne - Chief Editor; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)11, S.5354. France champions new EW group; Michael A. Taverna; AW&ST, October 27, 1997, S.82. Top 25 EW 2001; B. Callan & M. Lynch; JED, May 2001, S.59-52. Le Bourget 2001: Die erste groe Leistungsschau der Luftfahrt im neuen Jahrtausend; Peter Preyloswski; SuT, August 2001, S.26-34. AW&ST 2002 Aerospace Source Book; January 14, 2002, S.323. Thales Nederland B.V.; wt Profile; wt, IV/2002, S.63-70. Erarbeitet von Industrial Promotion Service (IPS), Bonn, in Kooperation mit Thales Nederland, Hengelo, NL.

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4. 5. 6.

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7. 8.


1.

Thales Nederland

Tornado Self-Protection Jammer, TSPJ


Daimler-Benz Aerospace AG, Airborne Systems, Ulm, Firmenprospekt: 5M.9553.224.44(E), 07/97 (Ma). Tornado Self-Protection Jammer; SuT, Dezember 1999, S.757. TSPJ development continues; European Report - Patrick Brunet; JED, December 2001, S.21. TSPJ; IECH 2001, S.111.

Thales Nederland B.V.; wt Profile; wt, IV/2002, S.63-70. 1. Erarbeitet von Industrial Promotion Service (IPS), Bonn, in Kooperation mit Thales Nederland, Hengelo, NL. 2.


1.

TIA => Verstrker TIALD


Scharfer Blick; Karl Schwarz; FlugRevue, Oktober 2002, S.50-52.

3. 4.

1.

Torpedo, Torpedos
Brockhaus Naturwissenschsften und Technik, Bd 5; Brockhaus, Mannheim, 1989. Kampfsysteme der US Navy: Waffen und Elektronik auf amerikanischen Kriegsschiffen; Stefan Terzibaschitsch; Kohler, Hamburg, 2001. Marine Enzyklopdie von A bis Z; J. Gebauer & E. Krenz; Tosa Verlag, Wien, 2003.

1. 2. 3.

Tieffliegererfassung

Low-Angle Radar Tracking; David K. Barton; Proceedings of 2. the IEEE, Vol.62, No.6, June 1974, S.687-704. Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; Gerhard Hubatschek 3. (Hrsg); Report Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 1999. Das Leichte Flugabwehrsystem: Detlef H. Keller; SuT, Februar 2001, S.31-34.

Towed Decoys, TD

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

1.

1. 2. 3.

Expendable Decoys Counter Missiles with new Technology; Marc Liebman; DE, October 1986, S.69-77. Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; Gerhard Hubatschek 2. Mobile SAM threat spurs new EW System sales; Philip J. (Hrsg); Report Verlag, Frankfurt a/M, 1999. Klass; AW&ST, Vol.147, No.17, October 27, 1997, S.38-42. Der Untersttzungshubschrauber Tiger; Herbert Hauck; wt 3. Navy questions Towed Decoy suitability for F/A-18C/D; I/2000, S.33-37. Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, Vol.147, No.17, October 27, 1997, TIGER -Erprobung auf Herz und Nieren; Klaus J. Schrder; S.43-44. wt I/2000, S.36. 4. Raytheon leading Decoy production; Michael A. Dornheim; Durchbruch fr den Tiger; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, AW&ST, Vol.147, No.17, October 27, 1997, S.43-44. Oktober 2001, S.63. 5. Enemies face frustration as aerial decoys improve; David A. Planet aerospace; 3/2002, S.66-67. Fulghum; AW&ST, Vol.147, No.17, October 27, 1997, S.67Protecting Europes new air mobile team; Lt Col Thierry 70. Bon - French Army; JED, November 2002, S.50-51. 6. New decoys may stimulate stealth aircraft targets; David A. Tiger und NH90: Erprobung auf der Zielgeraden; J.S. & Fulghum; AW&ST, Vol.147, No.17, October 27, 1997, S.71. R.W.; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr. 3/2003, Juli-August7. Keeping up appearances: New trends in active decoys; B. September, S.56-59. Jannery & J. Knowles; JED, February 1998, S.33-38. Tiger verschiet Tuschkrper; News; FLIEGERREVUE, 8. FOTD completes Flight Testing - EC Monitor; K. Chaison & 5/2004, S.8. B. Rivers; JED, April 1999, S.27-28. Roll-Out des ersten Serien-Tigers - Ein europischer Erfolg; 9. Fooled you! The art of off-board ECM protection; Don Peter Preylowski; SuT, Mai 2004, S.24-26. Herskovitz - Technology; JED, August 1999, S.35-40. Probleme mit dem Untersttzungshubschraber TIGER; WT10. Towed decoy tether key issue for IDECM; Philip J. Klass; Berichte, M.S.; wt I/2004, S.38. AW&ST, November 15, 1999, S.46-47. Die Hubschrauber in der Bundeswehr; Jrgen Pppelmann; 11. Towed Decoys Come Out of the Black; Brendan P. Rivers; wt I/2004, S.49-54. JED, November 1999, S.37-42. Wichtige Erfolge fr Tiger und NH90 in Europa; J. S.; PLANET AEROSPACE, 1/2004, Jan.-Feb.-Mrz, S.53 Attack Helicopters; Anil R Pustan; Air International, January Trgheits- bzw. Inertialnavigation, INS 1. Strapdown inertials open new markets; Barry Miller; 2005, S.40-45. EW/DE, March 1978, S.71-90. Tiger Hunt - Another Cold War predator seeks relevance; 2. The standard for Inertial Navigation Systems; Anzeige von Michael Fiszer; JED, August 2005, S.42-47. Kearfott in EW/DE, June 1978, S.43. Der Tiger zeigt die Krallen; Bernd Vetter; FLIEGERREVUE,023. FILS: Position, height, and bearing in real time; Stefan 26-30, 2007, S. Geisenheyner; DE, June 1980, S.51-53. 4. Avionics for the Pilot; Chapter Thirtenn: Inertial Navigation TNC System (INS); Joe Johnston; Airlife Publishing Ltd, TNC connectors meet new performance criteria; James Shrewsbury, UK, 1998, S.167-175. Kubota; Microwaves, 20(1981)2, S.77-79. 5. Flugtechnik, Band 5; Jrgen Mies; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1999. Tomahawk

Tiger Helicopter

1.

Multimission Tomahawk employs dual guidance systems; Paul R. Jaszka; DE, November 1988, S.50-55. Tomahawk; IECH 2001, S.258. Nachrstung von Tomahawk Marschflugkrpern; E.H.; wt, II/2002, S.74.

1.

Trainingsflugzeuge, Trainingssysteme
Markets shaping trainer programs; Richard Aboulafia - Teal Group; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.26. Trainer market: Signs of life; Richard Aboulafia, Teal Group; AW&ST, January 14, 2002, S.28.

2.

Tornado => Panavia Tornado

3.

4.

5.

Der Sonne entgegen - Training und Ausbildung fr fliegendes Gert, Teil 2; Jrgen Pppelmann; wt IV/2003, S.101-105. Military Training Systems - What are the affordable options? Brian Walters; Air International, January 2004, S.60-64. Aermacchi will den Eurotrainer bauen; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, April 2004, S.47.

2.

Transponder design provides pulse-coherent tracking; M.V. Goppalakishna & C.S. Harish - Vikram Sarabhai Centre, Trivandrum, India; Microwaves & RF, 35(1996)13, S.131142.

1.

Transportflugzeuge, Airlift
Strategic airlift market uneven; Richard Aboulafia - Teal Group; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.22. Transportflugzeuge; Achim Figgen, Diethmar Plath & Brigitte Rothfischer; Bechtermnz Verlag, Augsburg, 2000. Change on the horizon for military transport sector; Richard Aboulafia, Teal Group, and Michael A. Taverna, AW&ST; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book; January 14, 2002, S.26. Aus alt macht neu; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Mrz 2002, S. 54-56. Military Airlift; Anthony Tucker-Jones; AFM, June 2002, S.64-67. The US Airlift gap; Bob Archer; Air International, January 2005, S.57-61. Royal Air Force Transports of today; Jon Lake; Air Forces Monthly, January 2005, S.24-29.

1.

Transceiver, T/R

2. 3.

L-Band T/R module for airborne phased array; M.E. Davis, et al.; MJ, February 1977, S.54-60. 2. Solid State Transmit/Receive module for the PAVE PAWS Phased Array Radar; Donald J. Hoft - Raytheon, Wayland; MJ, Oct. 1978, S.33-35. 3. Integrated T/R modules employ GaAs ICs; R.S. Pengelly Plessey, Caswell, UK; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)2, S.77-84. 4. Optimize phased-array T/R performance; T.L. Martinec; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)3, S.95-97. 5. Miniature Integrated X-Band Transceiver; Srinivas Bokka HDS; MSN&CT, January 1988, S.42-52 6. Integrated E-Plane Mm-Wave 29-GHz Transceiver; B.C. Barnes et al.; MSN&CT, January 1988, S.98B-98D. 7. Analysis shows effects of aging on T/R modules; Randall J. Sliva - US Naval Weapon Center, China Lake, CA; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)3, S.79-85. 8. Radar Transceiver for smart-munitions applications; M.B. Williams & I.M. Clarke - Mullard Hazel Grove; MSN&CT, September 1988, S.92-96. 9. Multifunction Transmit and Receive modules for EW Arrays; Martin A. Priolo, et al. - Lockheed Sanders, Nashua; MJ, Feb. 1991, S.83-92. 10. A sampling of tactical Transceivers; Don Herscovitz; JED, April 1998, S.53-57,

4. 5. 6. 7.

1.

Trappat-Oszillator
Der Trapatt-Oszillator; R. Davies, et al.; Mikrowellenmagazin, Vol.8, No.5, 1982, S.562-573.


1. 2. 3.

Triebwerke => Flugzeugtriebwerke TRIFOM/Polyphem


Gelenkter Flugkrper Polyphem; Jrgen Erbe; SuT, 4/2000, S.228. Polyphem macht Fortschritte; Jrgen Erbe; SuT, 11/2000, S.751. Neues Flugkrpersystem erfllt alle Erwartungen Testschsse mit Polyphem; Wolfram Lautner; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr. 2, Januar-Mrz 2001, S.46. TRIFOM [Trilaterl Fibre Optic Missile] System fr das Heer; Wolfram Lautner - EADS/LFK, Kommunikation; WTR Ausrstung Heer, Januar 2002, S.54. Polyphem: Neue operationelle Perspektiven; r; SuT, Mai 2002, S.31-32. Entwicklungsreif: TRIFOM/POLYPHEM; Wolfram Lautner; Planet aerospace, 3/2002, S.36-37. Lenkflugkrper des Heeres; Wol-Rdiger Petereit; wt, III/2002, S.61-66. Die Lenkflugkrpersysteme der neuen Schiffsgenerationen fr die Deutsche Marine; Gerhard Coors - Bauoberrat, BWB; MarineForum, 7/8-2003, S.18-20.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Transistor
Elektronik; Herbert Frisch; VDI-Verlag Dsseldorf, 1975. Halbleiter-Physik; A. A. Fraser; Oldenburg Verlag, Mnchen, 1981. Elektronik 2, Bauelemente; Klaus Beuth; Vogel-Buchverlag, Wrzburg, 1983. Silicon Bipolar Transistors and Integrated Circuits continue to grow; C.P. Snapp , Dr - Avantek; S.32-41. Mikrowellentechnik, Bd. 2, Antennen und aktive Bauteile; Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Erich Pehl; Hthig, Heidelberg, 1989. Hochfrequenztechnik, Bd.1, Bauelemente und Schaltungen; Edgar Voges; Hthig, Heidelberg, 1991. Taschenbuch der Hochfrequenztechnik, Bd. 1, Grundlagen; Meinke-Gundlach; Springer, Berlin, 1992.

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5. 6. 7. 8.

1.

TRANSIT
Knstliche Himmelskrper fr die Navigation; Beitrag von Ekehard Sieker, in Weltraum ohne Waffen; C. Bertelsmann, 1984, S.51-60. Vermessung und Ortung mit Satelliten; Manfred Bauer; Wichmann, Heidelberg, 1994. Funkortung und Funknavigation; Erwin Lertes; Vieweg, Braunschweig, Wiesbaden, 1995.

1.

Trigat
Missile alignment; M. A. Taverna (Paris) & R. Wall (Mnchen); AW&ST, January 12, 2004, S.42-43.

2. 3.

1.

Troposphre
Simulate tropospheric amplitude scintillation; M. Richaria; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)4, S.79-82.

1.

Transponder => IFF


Modular approach simplifies S-Band transponder design; Paulo Mello Marshall - Instituto de Espaciais, Sao Jose Dos Campos, Brazil; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)12, S.81-86.

1.

Truppenfunknetze
Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; Gerhard Hubatscheck (Hrsg); Report-Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 1999.

TSS => Tangential Signal Sensitivity


1.

Tunnel-Dioden => Halbleiterdioden


Tunnel diodes complement high-performance dedectors; John Tatum & Kenneth Hinton - TRW Microwave, Sunnyvale, CA; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)2, S.115118,122,123.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

TWT, TWTA
Transmit Tubes; J. Carruba - Varian Electron Tube Group; ICH, 1st Ed., June 1975/76, S.390-404. Postulating an Airborne ECM Threat; Donald D. Anderson; MSN, Dec. 1975/Jan. 1976, S. 41-47. New Lightweight 15/25 kW Gridded TWT; MSN, Oct./Nov. 1976, S.124. Selecting Tubes for Airborne Radars; Arnold Acker; MSN, May 1977, S.55-60. Paralleled TWTs Boost Uplink Power; Robert E. Shuken; MSN, June 1977, S.55-60. Microwave Tube technology review; Dr. Stanley F. Kaisel Consultant Woodside; MJ, July 1977, S.23-42. Brazed-Helix TWTs for high power Jammers; E.D. Maloney Thomson CSF, France; MJ, March 1978, S.76. New horizons for Microwave tubes; John M. Osepchuk Raytheon; MJ, July 1978, S.36,38. Research opportunities in Microwave Tubes; Leo Young Naval Research Lab, Washington; MJ, July 1978, S.40,41. Mini-Jammer Suited for Drone; MSN, July 1978, S.71. New TWT Generation Pumps Poer for Today and Tomottow (Brazed-Helix-TWT)); G. Fleury, u.a. - Thomson-CSF; MSN, Ja. 1982, S.97-118. Tubes in space: Very much alive; Henry G. Kosmahl - Fellow IEEE; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)3, S.107-109. TWTs Designed foe Advanced EW Systems; R. J. Espinosa (Varian Associates); MSN, April 1983, S.79-88. Advances in TWTs Promise Higher Power, Smaller Package; U. J. Pittack (Raytheon co.); MSN, June 1983, S.120-129. Tubes still vital to Microwave Systems; R. Espinosa - Varian; MDSH, Vol. 13, No.12, November 1983, S.126-150. TWT Amplifier exhibits linear power transfer characteristics and improved efficiency; H. G. Kosmahl & J. C. Paterson Hughes Aircraft; MSN, June 1984, S.83-93. Advances in airborne Radar TWTs assure their continued role; R. W. Herriot - Litton; MSN, July 1984, S.41-49.

12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

17.

18. Eliminate confusion in TWTA specifications; James W. Hansen - Hughes Aircraft, Torrance, CA; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)7, S.91-95. 19. The TWT problem; Major Erik Buck -ASD/AFWAL; JED, October 1984, S.85-100. 20. Tubes vs. Solid-state: Reality vs. Promises; H.G. Kosmahl; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)5, S.167-169. 21. Tubes continue delivering Microwave power; A. E. Braun, Editor; MSN&CT, June 1985, S.62-65. 22. High-Power Electron Tubes designed for modern Microwave Systems; B. L. Smith- Thomson-CSF; MSN&CT, June 1985, S.69-81. 23. Progress continues in power-tube design; Nancy Wey; MSN&CT, June 1986, S.83-93. 24. Specifying TWTAs for space applications; S. Pat et al. ISRO Satellite Centre, India; MSN&CT, August 1986, S.122A-122H. 25. Instrumentation TWT power amplifiers for almost any imaginable application; William Kurple - Keltec FloridaMicrowave Products; MSN&CT, July 1987, S.100-109. 26. Traveling-Wave Tube Amplifier design considerations; Thomas P. Grow & Fred W. Bloom - ITT; MSN&CT, April 1988, S.46-59. 27. Broadband High Peak Helix TWTs boost Radar performance; M. Belna & W.R. House; MSN, September 1989, S. 44-49. 28. Tubes continue the chase for power, gain and bandwidth; Jack Browne, Executive Editor; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)3, S.149-158. 29. TWT delivers high power satellite uplinks; Tiziana Barsotti, et al. - Thomson Tubes Electroniques, Boulogne-Billancourt, Cedex, France; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)2, S.119-122. 30. Specify TWTs by considering modulation needs; J.-P. Devilleger & W.R. House - Thomson Tubes Electroniques, Velizy Villacoublay, Cedex, France; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)10, S.81-82. 31. A survey of Microwave Amplifiers and Oscillators Technology Survey; Don Herskovitz; JED, April 2000, S.5761 32. Jammers - How solid is their state? Don Herskovitz; JED, November 2000, S.51-57. 33. Hughes TWT and TWTA Handbook; Hughes Aircraft Electron Dynamics Division, Torrance, California.

U

1. 2. 3. 4.

UAV, UACV, UARV => Drohnen. berlagerungsempfnger - Superhet Receiver


Calculate receiver sensitivity; David L. Adamy; Electronic Design, December 6, 1973, S.118-121. Typical Superhet Receiver; ICH, 2nd Ed., 1976/77, S.433. What does Receiver Sensitivity mean? MSN, July 1978, S.54-63. Millimeter MICs Rely On Hybrid-Open Microstrip (MIC Superhet); T.H. Oxley; MSN, September 1979, S.75-83, 155, 159. Mixers: Part 1, Characteristics and Performance; Bert C. Henderson; Watkins-Johnson Company Tech-notes, Vol. 8, No.2, March/April 1981, Mixers: Part 2, Theory and Technology; Bert C. Henderson; Vol. 8, No.3, May/June 1981. Sensitivity of EW Receivers; J.B.Y. Tsui und R. Shaw; MJ, November 1982, S.115-120. Warngerte, Unentbehrlich fr Kampfflugzeuge und Kampfhubschrauber; Martin Streetly; Interavia 9/1988, S.889-893.

4.

5.

U-Boote im Wandel - Design der Waffen- und Fhrungssysteme von U-Booten unter NCW-Aspekten; Gebhard Heizmann-Bartels - HDW, Kiel; SuT, November 2003, S.51-52. Sensoren fr U-Boote; Traugott Tietz & Roland Volz - Carl Zeiss Optronics, Oberkochen; Strategie & Technik, Mrz 2005, S.45-48.

1.

UKADGE
UKADE Update, Grobritannien will sein Flugabwehrnetz modernisieren; IWR, 5/1979, S.771-774.

5.

1.

USB, Universeller Serieller Bus


USB in der Messtechnik: Vorteile, die berzeugen; R+S, Heft 177(2003/I), S.23.

6. 7. 8.

1. 2.

USQ-113, -146
AN/USQ-146; IECM 2001, S.156. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 14, 2002, S.227.

1.

USMS, Utility System Management System


Lightening the load, past & present; Mike Hirst; Air International, November 2003, S.82-86.

1. 2. 3.

U-Boote
Moderne U-Boote; Udo Ude; wt, II/2001, S.84-89. Taufe von U31 - Erstes U-Boot der Klasse 212A; Dieter Stockfisch; SuT, Mai 2002, S.55-56. Marine Enzyklopdie von A bis Z; Jrgen Gebauer & Egon Krenz; Tosa Verlag, Wien, 1998.

1. 2.

UV, Ultraviolett
Brockhaus, Naturwissenschaften und Technik, Fnfter Band 5, F. A. Brockhaus, Mannheim, 1989. Passive UV Missile-Warning Systems; Larry De Cosimo, et al.; JED, December 1999, S.51-54.

13. VCOs and Post Tuning Drift; ICH, 3rd Ed., 1977/78, S.494496. First Two Production CV-222s delivered; Military News; Air 14. New VCO Test equipment aids manufacturing; Robert J. International, December 2005, S.8. Traynor & Werner Schurch; Microwaves, 20(1981)1, S.572. V-22 Osprey - A new era in vertical lift; AW&ST, January 2, 61. 2006, S1-S20. 15. Ku-Band digitally tuned Oscillator will sonn be available for systems designers; Cuong M. Pham, et al. - Avantek; DE, Van Atta Array-Antennen February 1982, S.46-54. 1. Target Masking and Modification; J.H. Vogelman & R.K. 16. Voltage-Controlled Oscillator Technique boosts airborne Thomas; Beitrag in Electronic Countermeasures, exciters capability; Joel Naidus; MSN, October 1983, S.53Peninsula Publishing, California, 1978, Kap. 19. 66. 2. Phased Arrays for ECM; ICH, 3rd Ed., June 1977/78, S.33317. Voltage Controlled Oscillator Subasystems; Technische 340. Unterlage von Microwave Technologies, Ausg. 2, April 1984. Varaktor-Abstimmbare Oszillatoren 18. Lets clear up the confusion on PTD; Technische Unterlage 1. Hyperabrupt Varactor-Tuned Oscillators; R. M. Beach; W J von Microwave Technologies, Ausg. 2, April 1984. Tech-notes, Vol. 5, No. 4, July/August 1978. 19. How to specify solid state sources; Technische Unterlage von Microwave Technologies, Ausg. 2, April 1984. Variometer 20. Voltage-Controlled Oscillators evaluated for system design; 1. Cockpit-Instrumente; Peter Bachmann; Privatpiloten R.M. Leier & R.W. Patston - Avantek; MSN&CT, November Bibliothek, Band 9; Motorbuch Verlag Stuttgart, 1. Auflage 1985, S.102-125. 1998. 21. Speedy VCO tunes 8 to 12 GHz; J. Mongillo & J. Matson 2. Flugtechnik; Jrgen Mies; Privatpiloten Bibliothek, Band 5; Radian Technology, Santa Clara, CA; Microwaves & RF, Motorbuch Verlag Stuttgart, 2. Auflage 1999. 25(1986)8, S.121-122. 3. Aerospace-Wrterbuch mit Aerospace-Definitionen; 22. Comprehensive design approach addresses Missile VCO Roderich Cescotti; Motorbuch Verlag Stuttgart, 2002. requirements; David A. Boyd - Eaton; MSN&CT, May 1987, 4. Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik; S.65-71. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004. 23. How to specify and use a DTO/VCO; R.N. Buswell; WJ Technotes, Vol.14, No.4, July/Aug. 1987. 24. Measuring VCO time varying frequency characteristics; R. VCO, Voltage Controlled Oscillators Beers - EIP Microwave Inc., & A. Hughes - Analog Design 1. Voltage Controlled Oscillators - In modern ECM Systems; R. Tools; MJ, Nov. 1987, S.201-203. N. Buswell; W J Tech-notes, Vol. 1, No. 6, Nov./Dec. 1974. 2. Performance of Solid State Voltage Controlled Oscillators; 25. Multiband, digitally tuned, VCOs; E. Bertram & F. Levien Eaton; MSN&CT, December 1987, S.46-52. T.B. Bushnell, et al. - WJ; ICH, 1st Ed.,June 1975/76, S.33126. VCO Techniques for EW Systems; David A. Boyd; MJ, Feb. 334. 1988, S.129-137. 3. Microwave VCO packages for EW Systems; Paul Gili; MSN, 27. Wideband digitally tuned Oscillator technology for Oct./Nov. 1975, S.25-31. Electronic Defense; L.R. Martin, et al. - Avantek; MSN&CT, 4. Linear VCOs; R.N. Buswell; W J Tech-notes, Vol. 3, No. 2, July 1988, S.46-54. March/April 1976. 5. Voltage Variable Attenuators: Getting smaller and better; 28. Novel techniques drive oscillators from 1 to 18 GHz Product of Delphi Components, Laguna Niguel, CA; Tom Glynn & Lee Duter; MSN, June/July 1976, S.48F-49. Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)3, S.170-171. 6. Solving the VCO measurements problem; James E. Duggan; 29. System Requirements set Specifications for Microwave MSN, June/July 1976, S.73-76. VCOs; Roland Stickney; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)6, S.135, 7. Manual measurement of VCO fine grain tuning: A thing of 136 und 143. the past; R.E. Carman & J. Pawson; MSN, June/July 1976, 30. VCOs; Beilage der Firma VARIL, Denver, CO, USA, in S.96A-96H. Microwaves & RF von September 1990. 8. Firmenunterlage: Addington Laboratories, Inc., Solid State Products Division, 128A; Beilage zu MSN, Oct./Nov. 1976. 31. VCO selection guide; Beilage von Synergy Microwave Corporation, Paterson, NJ, in Microwaves & RF, 9. Lets clear up the confusion on PTD; MSN, April 1977, S.5435(1996)13. 58. 32. Integrated circuit simplifies the design of VCOs; Rick Meller 10. Evaluating Tuning Response of VCO Subsystems; Kenneth - Maxim Integrated Products, Sunnyvale, CA; Microwaves & R. Schoniger; MSN, July 1977, S.45-54. RF, 37(1998)2, S.75-82. 11. VCO Scoreboard; Joyce Jordan; MSN, July 1977, S.59-61. 33. VCO Designers Handbook, Technische Unterlage von Mini12. VCO Subsystems: What to test, how to test it; C.A. Circuits: VCO/HB-1, 2001. Bissegger & A.E. Schlenz - Omni Spectra, MA/COM; Reprint from MIcrowaves, May (Part I) & July (Part II) 1977.

V-22 Osprey

1.

34. VCO Designers Handbook; Mini Circuits Division of Scientific Components, Brooklyn, NY, USA; VCO/HB-01; 2001. 35. Wideband VCO designs are independent of circuit parameters; Dr. Andrei Grebennikov- M/A-COM, Cork, Irland; Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)8, S.147-155. 36. Specifying Microwave Voltage-Controlled Oscillators; Speciall Report; Jack Browne; Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)9, S.107-112. 37. Gauge phase jitter and noise in VCXOs - Part 1; David Chandler - Corning Frequency Control, Mount Holly Springs, PA; Microwaves & RF, 41(2002)1, S.78-90. 38. Specify jitter and phase noise in VCXOs - Part 2; David Chandler - Corning Frequency Control, Mount Holly Springs, PA; Microwaves & RF, 41(2002)3, S.76-78.

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13.

14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

19. Netzwerkversion - Zur Weiterentwicklung der Fhrungsfhigkeit der Marine; Reihhard Khtze, Kapitn zur See Dipl. Ing.; SuT, Mai 2003, S.44-47. 20. Network Centric Warfare; Dieter Stockfisch; SuT, Juni 2003, S.54-55. 21. U-Boote im Wandel - Design der Waffen- und Fhrungssysteme von U-Booten unter NCW-Aspekten; Gebhard Heizmann-Bartels - HDW, Kiel; SuT, November 2003, S.51-52. 22. Network Centric Capabilities; wt IV/2003, S.10 (Grafik). 23. Net-Centric Operations - Turning data into knowledge and knowledge into action; Beilage (12 Seiten) von Lockheed Martin in: AW&ST, December 29, 2003, 24. Vernetzt zum Erfolg? - Network-Centric Warfare - zur Bedeutung fr die Bundeswehr; Holger H. Mey & Michael K.-D. Krger; Report Verlag, Frankfurt a/M, 2003. 25. Iraqi Freedom - Hat Network Centric Warfare die Velocity Gate Pull-Off, VGPO Feuertaufe bestanden; Rainer Schwiebert, Oberstleutnant; EW101 A First Course in Electronic Warfare; David Adamy; SuT, Februar 2004, S.26-30. Artech House, Inc., Norwood, 2001. 26. Fhrung von Streitkrften im Frieden; Lutz Feldt, Vizeadmiral, Inspekteur der Deutschen Marine; SuT, Verfolgungsradar => Radar Februar 2004, S.48-52. 27. Vernetzte Operationsfhrung; Erwin Reich -EADS Vernetzte Operationsfhrung, NetOpF, NCO/W Deutschland; Wehrtechnischer Report 1/2004, Februar Pentagon priorities shift to data and networks; David A. 2004, Report Verlag, Bonn & Frankfurt a/M, S.26-29. Fulghum; AW&ST, April 22, 2002, S.22-23. 28. Weiterentwicklung der Fhrungsuntersttzung - Network Pack hunters, Network-centric naval warfare promise to Centric Warfare; Fregattenkapitn Franz-Dietmar Dahmann turn smaller surface combatants into piranha; Brendan P. - Referent im BMVg; SuT, April 2004, S.42-48. Rivers; JED, June 2002, S.40-43. 29. Die Bundeswehr auf dem Weg zur Vernetzten It takes a network to beat a network; David A. Fulghum, Operationsfhrung; Friedrich W. Benz; wt I/2004, S.107Rockwall, Tex; AW&ST, November 2002, S.28-31. 114. Rumsfeld pushes network warfare; David A. Fulghum, 30. Verteilte Lagedarstellung im IT-System der Bw Washington; AW&ST, November 2002, S.32-33. Schlsselkomponente zur Vernetzten Operationsfhrung; Network warfare: Hope and hype; David A. Fulghum, H. Schmidr & R. Vogelgesang - EADS Defence Electronics; Washington; AW&ST, November 2002, S.33-34. IT-Report 2/2004, Mai 2004, Report Verlag, Bonn & Predator B to increase lethality of UAV fleet; David A. Frankfurt a/M, S.37-41. Fulghum, Washington; AW&ST, November 2002, S.34. 31. IT-System Bundeswehr - Ein wesentlicher Baustein fr die Cyber center to advance network-centric warfare; Craig Vernetzte Operationsfhrung - Bernd Stingl, Major i.G.; ITCovault, Melbourne, FLA; AW&ST, December 23, 2002, Report 2/2004, Mai 2004, Report Verlag, Bonn & Frankfurt S.30-32. a/M, S.42-47. Net-centric ops defined for diverse military programs; Craig 32. Transformation - zur vernetzten Fhrung von Operationen; Covault, Melbourne, FLA; AW&ST, December 23, 2002, Stephan Maihoff - T-Systems International; IT-Report S.32-33. 2/2004, Mai 2004, Report Verlag, Bonn & Frankfurt a/M, Britain determines military net value; Douglas Barrie, S.51-57. London; AW&ST, December 23, 2002, S.53-54. 33. Network Centric, Rush to connect; Charlotte Adams; Russia considers net impact; Douglas Barrie, London; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, September 2004. AW&ST, December 23, 2002, S.54-54. www.aviationtoday.com Der neue Krieg; Michael Inacker; Frankfurter Allgenmeine 34. Network Wars; David A. Fulghum - Merrimack, NH; AW&ST, Sonntagszeitung, 19. Januar 2003, Nr.3. October 25, 2004, S.90-91. Nascent net-centric war gains Pentagon toehold; William B. 35. One-stop shopping; David A. Fulghum - Hudson, NH; Scott/Colorado Springs and David Hughes/Washington; AW&ST, October 25, 2004, S.92-93. AW&ST, January 27, 2003, S.50-53. 36. Pack mentality; Robert Wall - Washington - & David A. Joint forces command taking net-centric tools to operators; Fulghum - Nashua, NH; AW&ST, October 25, 2004, S.94-96. David Hughes/Washington; AW&ST, January 27, 2003, 37. Something old, something new; David A. Fulghum S.54-56. Hudson, NH; AW&ST, October 25, 2004, S.98-99. Pentagon targets bandwidth expansion; David 38. Vom Cyberwar zu Network Centric Operations 2004; Snke Hughes/Washington; AW&ST, January 27, 2003, S.57. Marahrens; SuT, November 2004, S.36-40. Commercial technology key for net-centric war; David 39. Transformationsprozess der Streitkrfte; Interview von Hughes/Washington; AW&ST, January 27, 2003, S.58. PLANET AEROSPACE (Wolf Hiller) mit Generalleutnant Dirk Promotion system could upset NCW; William B. Bcker; PLANET AEROSPACE, 4/2004, S.24-30. Scott/Colorado Springs; AW&ST, January 27, 2003, S.59 40. Die Stunde der Interoperabilitt; U. Schade & G. Drr; Network Centric Warfare - Konzept netzwerkzentrierter Strategie und Technik, Januar 2005, S.16-18. Kriegfhrung; Holger H. Mey; SuT, Februar 2003, S.8-13. 41. NEC-Demonstrator; Lothar Schulz; Strategie und Technik, Correspondence: Smoke and mirrors of NCW; Tom Davis; Januar 2005, S.19-20. AW&ST, March 24, 2003, S.6.

42. Luftlagedarstellung in einem CRC; Wilhelm Pestel Obestleutnant, BMVg; Strategie und Technik, Januar 2005, S.35-38. 43. Das Neue Heer - Chancen und Zukunftsfhigkeit im Rahmen des Transformationsprozesses; Hans-Jrg Voll; Strategie und Technik, Mrz 2005, S.20-24. 44. Vernetzte Operationsfhrung - Einbindung des Infanteristen der Zukunft; Udo Stoll; Strategie und Technik, April 2005, S.46-51. 45. Vernetzte Operationsfhrung; Friedrich W. Benz; Wehrtechnik Spezial, V/2005, S.24-32. 46. Network Centric Warfare: The European Conference; Christopher Harz. IQPC Network Centric Warfare Europe 2005.


1. 2.

Vertikalantennen => Antennen Verzgerungsleitungen, Delay Lines


Proper Delay Line Discriminator design avoids common pitfalls; Israel Yuval; MSN, December 1981, S.109-118. Folded and focused acoustic beams greatly improve BAW Delay Lines; J. Puyhaubert, et al. - Thomson-CSF; MSN, February 1982, S.119-126. DDLs perform vital signal-processing role; C. Erikson, D. Carlton & R. Dorman - Andersen Laboratories; MSN&CT, July 1985, S.99-103. Analyze effects of system delay lines; Stan Goldman; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)6, S.149-156. Fiber-optic delay lines aid radar signal processing; G. Grimes & L.A. Stark - Ortel, Alhambra, CA; Microwaves & RF, 30(1991)5, S.219-221. Basics guide delay-line discriminator design; Andrew Laundrie - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)9, S.120. Delay-line design faithfully serves ESM applications; Erik Boch & Michael Stapleton - Lockheed Canada; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)9, S.119-127.

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1.

Verschlsselung
Moderne Verschlsselungsgerte fr die Bundeswehr; Volker Schneider - Rohde & Schwarz, Berlin; IT-Report 2/2004, Mai 2004, Report Verlag, Bonn & Frankfurt a/M, S.14-16. 6.

7.

1. 2. 3.

Verstrker, Amplifier
Microwave Amplifier Technology - A perspective; Lawrence R. Thielen - Avantek; MJ, April 1978, S.16,17. Broadband driver Amps meet Military Specs; Amplica Product; MSN, December 1981, S.121. Drop-In Mixer-Preamp offers intagrated Limiter Diode Protection; D. Neuf & J. Lamagna - RHG Electronics Laboratory; MSN, February 1983, S.158-170. DLVAs find applications in ESM systems; M. Sheade - Planar Microwave; MSN, August 1984, S.47-56. Microwave amplifier design starts with feedback probe, Part 1; Douglas J.H. Maclean - Systems Consultant, Cossor Electronics, Harlow, Essex, UK; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)12, S.93-96. Wide-ranging hybrid logamps rise quickly; Jack Browne Executive Editor; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)6, S.207-213. Logamps aids single-channel receiver; Alan Conrad & Jack Browne; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)6, S.210-211. Designing an ultrawideband Monolithic distributed Amplifier; F. Emori, et al. - NEC; MSN&CT, July 1988, S.2838. Combined System makes fast Amplifier compression and NF Measurements; D. Morikawa - Wavetek Microwave; MSN&CT, August 1988, S.52-60. Log video amp reaches 30 GHz withfast rise time - Product of Anadyne, Santa Cruz, CA; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)9, S.188-189. Consider options when selecting Log Amplifiers; Douglas Johnson, et al. - Americal Electronic Laboratories, Landsdale, PA; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)3, S.107-114. Broadband AMP drops through noise floor - Product of Veritech Microwave, Plainfield, NJ; Jack Browne - Associate Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)2, S.141-144. Approach performs RF detectiondirectly; J. Greichen & E. Nash - Analog Devices, Wilmington, MA; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)9, S.84-87. Weigh amplifier dynamic-range requirements; D.M. Dobkin, W. Strifler & G. Klimovitch - WJ Communications, San Jose, CA; Microwaves & RF, 40(2001)12, S.59-69. TIAs clear way for 40-Gb/s systems; Barry Manz - Manz Communications, Montville; NJ; Microwaves & RF, 41(2002)1, S.33-43.

1.

VFR, Visual Flight Rules


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

1. 2.

VHSIC
Systems to be changed by VHSIC; DE, January 1981, S.4852, 57. Very High Speed Integrated Circuits - Into the second generation, Part 1: The birth of a program; Jim Martin; ME/C, Vol.7, No.12, December 1981, S.52,54, 71-73. Very High Speed Integrated Circuits - Into the second generation, Part 4: The Radiation challenge; Jim Martin; ME/C, Vol.8, No.3, March 1982, S.40-45. Very High Speed Integrated Circuits - Into the second generation, Part 5: The of standardization and technology insertion; Jim Martin; ME/C, Vol.8, No.4, April 1982, S.6667. VHSIC processors take shape; J.E.F. - Industry News; DE, August 1982, S.33-38. Is VHSIC a panacea? Or, facing the von Neumann bottleneck; DE, August 1982, S.72-73. VHSIC Programm spurs U.S. IC technology- Critical Programm Reviews; Dr. Robert N. Castellano -Bell Laboratories, Stanford University; DE, July 1986, S.114-127. VHSIC offers new possibilities for Radar receiver designers; Vibeke Libby -Dalmo Victor; DE, October 1986, S.155-163. VHSIC forges ahead; James W. Rawles; DE, January 1989, S.61-74.

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12.


1.

Vielfachreflexionen - Multiple Reflections VLF, Very Low Frequencies


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

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14.

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15.

4.

5.

1. 2. 3.

Studies show VLF transmissions influence wave propagation; Barry E. Manz - Assocate Editor/News; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)3, S.46,48. 1. Gefechtsfhrung im Nuklearkrieg; Ashton B. Carter; Beitrag in Rstung und Sicherheit, Spektrum der Wissenschaft, 2. Heidelberg, 1985, S.42-50. 3.

VOR
Funkortungs- und Funknavigationsanlagen; Werner Mansfeld; Hthig, Heidelberg, 1994. Funkortung und Navigation; Erwin Lertes; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1995. Funknavigation; Jrgen Mies; Motorbuch Verlag Stuttgart, 1995.

VLSI, Very Large Scale Integration


VLSI in military applications; H.H. Jones & D. Finch; ME/C, Vol.4, No.11, November 1978, S.52-56. VLSI Technology: Evolution and forecast; Dr. D. Haward 1. Phillips; ME/C, Vol.7, No.4, April 1981, S.53-57. Deploying very Large-Scale Integration Circuits; Jim Bussert; DE, September 1985, S.159-167.

V/STOL, Vertical / Short Take-Off and Landing


V/STOL - Reflexions 40 years on; Roy Braybrook; Air International, October 1999, S.235-240.

VSD, Vertical Situation Display


Boeing, Airbus go vertical; David Hughes - Washington; AW&ST, Novenber 29, 2004, S.59-61. Vertical innovation; David Hughes - Washington; AW&ST, Novenber 29, 2004, S.61.

1. 2.

VMEbus

1.

Industry standard buses find military role; Stewart A. 2. Dewar; DE, August 1987, S.53-64. A sampling of VME products; Don Herskovitz - Technology; JED, August 1999, S.57-62.

1. 2.

WAAS, Wide Area Augmentation System


WAAS: Back in step; David Jensen; Avionics Magazine Aviation Today, February 2002. LAAS, to be or not to be? The FAA is exploring whether WAAS and onboard avionics are a LAAS alternative; David Hughes (Washington); AW&ST, January 31, 2005, S.41-42.

1.

Wellenausbreitung - Elecromagnetic Wave Propagation

1. 2.

Waffenleit- und Zielzuweisungssysteme


Weapons control & targeting systems; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 14, 2002, S.236-237. Weapons control & targeting systems;; AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 13, 2003, S.228-229.

1. 2.

WAH-64 Apache
First WAH-64 arrives in UK; AW&ST, June 14, 1999, S.73. Boeing (MDD) AH-64D Longbow Apache; Flugzeuge der Welt 2004, S.107; Claudio Mller; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart 2004.

1. 2.

Watchkeeper
Thales Tallies; Michael A. Taverna, Farnborough; AW&ST, July 26, 2004, S.37. Thales selected for Watchkeeper programme; AFM, September 2004, S.18.

1. 2.

Watson-Watt-Peiler
Funkpeiltechnik; Grabau/Pfaff; Franckhsche Verlagshandlung, Stuttgart, 1989, Abs. 4.5, S.114. Funkortung und Funknavigation; Erwin Lertes; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1995, Abs. 3.5, S. 32.

Satellitenverwendung im taktischen Fernmeldebereich; H. J. Albrecht; SuT, 11/1973, S.599-605. 2. Free space way transmission loss between isotropic antennas; ICH, 1st Ed., June 1975/76, S.210. 3. One way transmission loss between isotropic antennas over plane Earth; ICH, 1st Ed., June 1975/76, S.211. 4. Fading characteristics resulting from poor atmospheric conditions; ICH, 1st Ed., June 1975/76, S.214-215. 5. Electronic Countermesaures; Chapter 31: Propagation, by A.T. Waterman, Jr.; Editors: J.A. Boyd, D.B. Harris, D.D. King, H.W. Welch, Jr.; Stanford University, 1961; Reprint: Peninsula Publishing, Los Altos, CA, 1978. 6. RF Signal propagation; ICH, 7th Ed.,1981/82, S.397-398. 7. The ARRL Antenna Book; Gerald L. Hall (Editor); The American Radio Relay League, Inc., Newington; 1982, Chapter 1. 8. Nuclear Effects on RF Propagation; Edwin Smith; DE, October 1984, S.228-232. 9. Wave propagation; Walter A. Flood - US Army; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)8, S.65. 10. Solid-State Amplifier delivers reliable meteor-burst Communication; J.H. Johnson - Microwave Modules & Devices; MSN&CT, September 1987, S.8-16. 11. Radar mit realer und synthetischer Apertur - Kap.2: Elektromagnetische Wellen; H. Klausing & W. Holpp (Hrsg); Oldenburg Verlag, Mnchen, 2000. 12. Communications EW, Part 2 - HF Propagation; Dave Adamy; JED, July 2003, S.64-65.

1.

Waveform Generator

1.

Wellenleiter
Unified design plans aid waveguide transitions; Jamal S. Izadian - Avantek, Santa Clara, CA; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)5, S. 213-222. Dielektrische Wellenleiter fr 18 bis 100 GHz. Die flexible Ergnzung zur starren Hohlleitertechnologie; J. Lsch; Mikrowellenmagazin, 14(1988)7, S.656-658. Design techniques govern flexible-waveguide performance; T. Anderson & R. Hataway - Airtron, Litton Systems, Morris Plains, NJ; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)5, S.155-162.

Waveform generator creates complex modulation formats - Product of Protek Test & Measurement, Allendale, NJ; Jack Browne - Publisher/Editor; Microwaves & RF, 2. 40(2001)3, S.171.

1.

Waveform Recorder

2.

3. Use a Waveform Recorder to simplify VCO testing; Douglas Nichols - Hewlett-Packard, Santa Clara, CA; Microwaves, 21(1982)3, S.99-102. Waveform Recorder captures transients - Product of Hewlett-Packard; Microwaves, 21(1982)3, S.101. 1.

Wendezeiger
Flugtechnik, Band 5; Jrgen Mies; Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, 1999.

1. 2.

WCMD
Precise strikes; Steve Davies; AFM, May 2003, S.40-41. Seek and destroy; Michael Russell Rip & James M Hasik; AFM, June 2003, S.52-57.

1. 2. 3.

Wetterradar - Weather Radar


Air Force uses Digital Color Weather Radar Gain insight into low-cost Radar designs; E.O. Kirner and B.J. Stengard - Bendix; Microwaves, 18(979)11, S.82-86. Weather Radar in general Aviation; James L. Stolpman Bendix/King; MSN&CT, April 1988, S.32-42.

1.

WDM
Standards to tie Fiber Optics together; Charlotte Adams; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, November 2005.

Westland Sea King

1. 2.

Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; Gerhard Hubatscheck (Hrsg); Report-Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 1999. Flight Line - Westland Sea King; FLUG REVUE, September 2005, S.49-52.

3. 4.

1.

Westland Sea Lynx


Waffensysteme der Bundeswehr; Gerhard Hubatscheck (Hrsg); Report-Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 1999.

5. 6.

1.

WGS 84
Funkortungs- und Funknavigationsanlagen; Werner Mansfeld, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Habil.; Hthig Buch Verlag GmbH, Heidelberg, 1994, S.35-36.

Chapter 19: Target Masking and Modification, von J.H. Vogelman & R.K. Thomas. Exotic geometries yield high-fidelity chaff; Richard M. Berg - US Army, Fort Belvoir; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)4, S.6470. Rubber Duck - An inflatable passive ant-missile decoy; Bob Dicker; International Defense Review, 12/1985, S.55-56. Parzich-Mikrowellen-Technik: Przisions-TrihedronWinkelreflektoren; Mikrowellen Zeitung, Ausgabe 2002, S.13.


1.

Wobbelstrung => Rauschstrung, Strung Wobbler - Sweep Generator

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Wild Weasel
Wild Weasels prepare to fly F-4G; EW/DE, February 1978, S.70-73. New Weasel Aircraft will play vital role; EW/DE, February 1978, S.75-77. Wild Weasels - Firt in, Last out; DE, September 1988; S.51. The Wild Weasel legacy - The early days; Tom Wilson; DE, September 1988, S.52-61. Upgrating todays Wild Weasel system; Charles Wiseman; DE, September 1988, S.62-66. Air Force plans a wilder weasel; James W. Rawles; DE, September 1990, S.41-46. [HARM, ECR Tornado]. Wild Weasels: F-105G & F-16CJ; Jon Lake; AIR International, February 2004, S.30-39. EW and Stealth - Deceptive appearances explained; Mike Hirst; Air International, November 2004, S.62-65.

1.

Windkanal
Chefren: Windkanal der Zukunft; Ganz nah an der Realitt; Stephane Ferrard; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr.3, April-Juni 2001, S.56-59. Experimentelle Aerodynamik in der Flugzeugentwicklung Hchstleistungen dank Windkanal; Uwe Gross; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr. 3, Juli/August/September 2005, S.60-63. Am Windkanal fhrt kein Weg vorbei; Uwe Gross/dan; Mforum, Juni 2005, S.14-15.

2.

Sweep Generator, 100 kHz to 40 GHz; Firmenunterlage von Systron Donner Corporation, 1980, 12/80. 2. The Hewlett-Packard 8350A Sweep Oscillator; Beilage in: MIcrowaves, 21(1982)3. 3. Digital techniques make Sweeper user-friendly; Charles A. Arnold - EIP Microwave, San Jose, CA; MIcrowaves, 21(1982)10, S.101-106. 4. Synthsized Sweeper covers 10 MHz to 26,5 GHz; MSN, October 1982, S.169-171. 5. Sweeper plu-in reaches new harmonic horizon - Product of Hewlett-Packard; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)11, S.126. 6. Sweep Generators feature Instantaneous full waveguide bandwidths; Hughes Product; MSN&CT, May 1985, S.272272. 7. Signal generator makes clean sweeps to 20 GHz; Jack Browne - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)2, S.143-146. 8. Select-A-Sweep Clean Sweep Generator; Anghel Lab. Inc.; MSN&CT, July 1987, S.130-131. 9. Low-cost Sweep Generators; Systron Donner Product; MSN&CT, June 1988, S.107. 10. Swept sources synthesize clean signals to 40 GHz - Product of Hewlett-Packard; Jack Browne - Executive Editor; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)11, S.142-143.

3.

WTD => BWB WXR-2100 MultiScan Radar


Radar on Auto; David Hughes; AW&ST, July 3, 2006, S.5053.

1.

Winkelreflektoren - Corner Reflectors

2.

Electronic Countermesaures; Editors: J.A. Boyd, D.B. Harris, 1. D.D. King, H.W. Welch, Jr.; Stanford University, 1961; Reprint: Peninsula Publishing, Los Altos, CA, December 1978. Chapter 18: Confusion Reflectors, von A.T. Goble. 1.

Wullenweber-Antennen
Funkpeiltechnik; Grabau/Pfaff; Franckhsche Verlagshandlung, Stuttgart, 1989, Abs. 4.9.2, S.209.

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Z
YIG-tuned Oscillators Have Wide Application; Peter U. Tamm; MSN, July 1979, S.E3-E8. YIG-tuned oscillators fill high-power requirements - WJ, Palo Alto, CA; Microwaves, 21(1982)7, S.92. GaAs FET YIG Oscillator tunes from 26 to 40 GHz; David P. Zensius, et al.; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)10, S.129131,134,137-139. YIG-tuned Oscillators fundamentals; N.K. Osbrink - MIC Division, Avantek; MSDH, 13(1983)11, S.207-225. Miniature YIGs offer reduced size and weight; Microsource Product; MSN&CT, June 1986, S.145-150. Use YTHG for better frequency accuracy; Charles Arnold Eaton, Sunnyvale, CA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)7, S.107110. Preamps and YTOs cut ELINT noise; Northe K. Osbrink Avantek, Santa Clara, CA; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)9, S.121-127,185. Wideband YIG-tuned Oscillators; WJ Tech-notes, Vol. 13, No. 5, Sept./Oct. 1986. YIG-tuned Transistor Oscillators provide wide coverage and low phase noise; WJ Technical Staff; MSN&CT, February 1987, S.30-44. Integrated YIG filter/oscillator halves the size, weight and DC power; Deepak Shah; MSN&CT, April 1987, S.106-114. YIG oscillator offers robust power from 6 to 19 GHz; Jack Browne - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)6, S.186-187. Hermetic one-inch cube YTO span 1 to 18 GHz; Avantek Product; MSN, March 1989, S.39-40. Use permanent-magnet resonators to tune YIG oscillators; Vince Grande - Avantek, Milpitas, CA; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)9, S.162-173. Douplers drive YIG sources to 44 GHz - Product of Micro Lambda, Fremont, CA; Don Keller - Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 38(1999)8, S.164-166.

4. Vector - ein deutsch-amerikanisches Rstungstechnologie5. Programm; Michael Hahn; wt, II/2001, S.68-71. 24 Grad Anstellwinkel im ESTOL-Modus; Wolfram Wolf; 6. Mforum, Juni 2003, S.4-5. Vectorprogramm; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr.3/2003, JuliAugust-September, S.48. Erfolgreiche ESTOL-Landungen mit der X-31A; Karl Schwarz; 7. FLUG REVUE, Juli 2003, S.44-47. 8.

X-31 Eperimentalflugzeug

1.

X-45 A/B J-UCAS


Abschlussprfung - Boeing X-45A legt Grundstein fr JUCAS; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE, Oktober 2005, S.42-43.

9.

1. 2. 3. 4.

X-47 A/B Pegasus


First flight for Pegasus; David A. Fulghum, Washington; AW&ST, March 3, 2003, S.34-35. Northrop Grumman X-47A erstmals geflogen; FLIEGERREVUE, 04/2003, S.8. Final X-31 flight; AFM, July 2003, S.15. US-Marine entscheidet sich fr X-47B; FLIEGERREVUE, 09/2007, S.8.

10.

11. 12.

13. 14.

1. 2.

Yagi-Uda-Antennen - Yagi-Uda Antennas


Taschenbuch der Hochfrequenztechnik, Band 2; Meinke Gundlach; Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1992, S.N26. Introduction to Airborne Radar; George W. Stimson; SciTech Publishing, Inc., Mendham, NJ, S. 547.

15. 16.

1. 2. 3.

YIG-Abstimmbare Filter - YIG tuned Filters


Specifications guide for YIG-tuned bandpass filters; ICH, 1st Ed., June 1975/76, S.313-318. Yig-tuned los supplant X-band gunns; MSN, April 1977, S.71. Six-stage YIGs filter spurs and harmonics; M.I. Korber & E.R. Frix - WJ, Palto Alto, CA; Microwaves & RF, 27(1988)1, S.151-156. YIG filter/mixer screens receiver input signals; P.D. Bantz, et al. - Watkins-Johnson, Palo Alto, CA; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)6, S.65-71. Subsystem joins preselctor with harmonic mixer; Hassan Tanbakuchi - Hewlett-Pacckard, Rohnert Park, CA; Microwaves & RF, 31(1992)9, S.107-113. YIG-based frequency synthesizers; Anzeige von Miteq; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)3, S.47. YIG filters tune from 3 to 40 GHz - Product of Micro Lamda, Fremont, CA; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)3, S.202. 17.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Zeiss Optronik GmbH


Http://www.zeiss-optronik.de Zeiss Optronik - Garant fr Qualitt und Spitzentechnologie in der Wehrtechnik; Peter Streubel; wt, II/2001, S.122-123. Zeiss-Anzeige in wt II/2003, S.13. Sensoren fr U-Boote; Traugott Tietz & Roland Volz - Carl Zeiss Optronics, Oberkochen; Strategie & Technik, Mrz 2005, S.45-48.

4.

5.

6. 7.

1.

Zerstrer
DD 21 - ein Zerstrer der Zukunft; Dieter Stockfisch; SuT, 10/2000, S.668-669. Marine Enzyklopdie von A bis Z; Jrgen Gebauer & Egon Krenz; Tosa Verlag, Wien, 1998.

1. 2. 3.

YIG-Abstimmbare Oszillatoren- YIG tuned Oscillators 2.


YIG-tuned bulk GaAs Oscillators; ; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.1, No.5, Sept./Oct. 1974. Ka-band YIG-tuned GaAs Oscillators; W. Green, W. Wilser & K. Zublin; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.2, No.5, Sept./Oct. 1975. 1. YIG-tuned integrated devices; J.C. Papp & R.V. Jackson; WJ Tech-notes, Vol.4, No.5, Sept./Oct. 1977.

Zeus
IECH, 2001, S.139.

Zielsuchkopf, ZSK - Target Seeker Head

1.

2.

3.

Chart the availability of mm-wave seekers; J.M. Schuchardt 2. & J.M. Butterfield; Microwaves & RF, 24(1985)3, S.107-111, 180. Smart Munitions - Are they affordable? Tony Corrado 3. Aerojet Electro Systems; MSN&CT, December 1988, S.3236. Millimeter-Wave Radar Seekers: An historical perspective; Thomas W. Glynn - Glynn Scientific; MSN&CT, December 4. 1988, S.63-66.

1.

Zirkulator - Circulator
Understanding Coaxial Circulators and Isolators; B.S. Sekhon, et al.; MSN, June 1979, S.84-92, 97, 103.

5.

Dual-mode circulators lock on oscillators; W. Holpp & S. Bartels - AEG, Ulm/Donau; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)9, S.95-100. Learn to specify high-power ferrite circulators- Part 1; Rafael O. Collado - Consulting Engineer & John McCrea Waveline; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)12 (November), S.107-114. A simple guide to specifying ferrite circulators - Part 2; Rafael O. Collado - Consulting Engineer & John McCrea Waveline; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)13, S.91-97. Circulators from 1 to 100 GHz; G.P. Rodrigue; MJ, 1989 State of the Art Reference, S.115-132.