qThis guide remains the only complete reference to the weapons currently in service in ships, submarines, and naval aircraft around the world. It is the only book of its type to explain the transformation of the U.S. Navy into a network-centric force, a transformation that has had immense consequences for choices of tactics, weapons, services, and the systems coordinating them. This guide also offers unparalleled coverage of the weapons, sensors, and command systems of the world's navies, both those the U.S. Navy works with and those it may have to fight.q qFor the most complete and up-to-date information about weapons in every navy in the world, this is the essential resource - a work that, in effect, can serve as a textbook of modern naval technology.q--BOOK JACKET.Saturn/Link X Thales displayed this new communication system at the 2003 Paris air show. ... Typically, a parallel radio net gave identities and transmitted instructions. ... a data rate of 4.8 kbps, roughly twice that of Link 1 1, for a net of up to thirty-one subscribers, separated by up to 900 km; it can use both HF and UHF radio.
|Title||:||The Naval Institute Guide to World Naval Weapon Systems|
|Publisher||:||Naval Institute Press - 2006|