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While performing searches for various engineering topics, it is often difficult to locate the desired
material. That is because many documents are either buried deep within the
results, or they are never indexed by the search engines in the first place. Government websites are
good sources of information, but it typically takes doing multiple hit-and-miss searches within the
website's database to find information. As time permits, I have been re-publishing documents that
I find so that the search engines will index them.
Unless otherwise marked, U.S. government documents
may be freely copied so long as the content is not altered from the original.
Warning: Some of these documents have been processed with optical character recognition (OCR)
software and might contain errors.
On a whim, I decided to search for declassified documents on the subject of radar, radio, and
related communications subjects. Actually finding relevant content takes a bit of work, so I am
going to spend some time locating and reproducing some of them here on RF Cafe. Having a repository
of readily available reports will make future research a little easier. Government documents, unless
otherwise marked, are available for reprint so long as the content is unaltered. Warning: These
documents have been processed with optical character recognition (OCR) software and might contain