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This book highlights the capabilities and limitations of radar and air navigation. It discusses issues related to the physical principles of an electromagnetic field, the structure of radar information, and ways to transmit it. Attention is paid to the classification of radio waves used for transmitting radar information, as well as to the physical description of their propagation media. The third part of the book addresses issues related to the current state of navigation systems used in civil aviation and the prospects for their development in the future, as well as the history of satellite radio navigation systems. The book may be useful for schoolchildren, interested in the problems of radar and air navigation.
Anatoly Ivanovich Kozlov is Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Honorary master of sciences and engineering of the Russian Federation, Professor in the Department of Technical Operation of Radio-technical Equipment for Air Transport. He is the Author of about 300 scientific works, including 21 monographs, 25 textbooks, and 13 patents for inventions of a number of radio engineering tools.
Yuri Grigorievich Shatrakov is Doctor of Technical Sciences, Russian Federation Honored Worker of Science, and Professor at the Academy of Technological Sciences of the Russian Federation. He has worked in the field of air navigation since 1963, and his interests focus on ground and onboard systems of radio navigation, instrumental landing, secondary radar, air traffic control systems, and training and simulation systems. He has published more than 400 scientific papers.
Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny is Doctor of technical sciences, Associate Professor, and Professor at the Department of Computation Machines, Complexes, Systems and Networks at Moscow State Technical University of Civil Aviation. He is the Author of more than 140 scientific works, including 5 monographs, 6 textbooks, 1 patent on an invention, and 6 state-registered computer programs. He was responsible for a number of research projects on ensuring the functioning of modern navigation systems in civil aviation aircraft and air traffic control.