||In these times, correctly and quickly identifying a stray electronic blip on a radar screen can have incalculable consequences. Now more than ever, radar electronic intelligence (ELINT) can be the first line of defense for the battlefield or the homeland. Offering new insight into radar signal analysis, this book ensures more reliable and timely gathering of electronic intelligence. Combining and updating the author's two previous definitive books on ELINT, this volume is the indispensable reference for every ELINT professional. Starting with basic theory, it gives a comprehensive and integrated view of radar's role in ELINT. The book explains how to identify different classes of radar signals and determine their source and location. It covers systems performance issues and evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of different systems configurations. The book also guides radar systems engineers through challenges of designing new generations of ELINT systems.