The mit rad lab series after the end of world war ii the united states government continued to pay key people who had worked at the radiation laboratory for six months to enable them to write about their work from the forward of each book radar system engineering volume 1 of mit radiation laboratory series mcgraw hill new york 1947 2. The radiation laboratory commonly called the rad lab was a microwave and radar research laboratory located at the massachusetts institute of technology mit in cambridge massachusetts us it was first created in october 1940 and operated until 31 december 1945 when its functions were dispersed to industry other departments within mit and in 1951 the newly formed mit lincoln laboratory. Prime power supplies for radar m m hubbard p c jacobs p555 15 examples of radar system design r g herb r l sinsheimer p588 16 moving target indication a g emslie r a mcconnell p626 17 radar relay l j haworth and g f tape p680 index p737 748 2 radar aids to navigation john s hall 1947 part i introduction 1 . Radar systems engineering lecture 1 introduction dr robert m odonnell ieee new hampshire section chain home radar system deployment began 1936 chain home radar cov erage circa 1940 anniversary of mit rad lab wavelength 10 cm s band frequency 3000 mhz magnetron 2j32. Key personnel were paid for six months after the war was over to document all that they had learned and the rad lab series of books serves as the original microwave encyclopedia early developments at rad lab include airborne intercept radar a gun aiming system and aircraft navigation loran
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