The Project Report Naval Technological Innovations is about Naval Technological Innovations of the Second World War. The Second World War marked the birth of modern technological warfare; innovations for well-trained scientists and engineers trumps raw power of well-trained and disciplined troops. Among the most vital of these innovations were those spearheading the advancement of submarine technology in the critical quest for control of the sub-Atlantic: discoveries in very low frequency (VLF) transmission allowed for submarine to submarine, shore to submerged submarine and submerged submarine to shore communication; novel high frequency direction finding (HF / DF) and ultrasonic / radio detection methods provided accelerated, accurate spatial localizing of submarines; and significant revelations in shipboard battery power management greatly increased the maximum time duration for which submarines could remain submerged. This report supplies a brief history of naval technology, a description of each of these important advances in the war of the sub-Atlantic and, introduces some aspects of modern day naval communication systems.
The first part of the 20th Century, with important technological advances laced naval base in several areas, including the induction of on-board radio communication systems invention and the progression of the vacuum tube radio equipment and implementation of the receiver aircraft. Each of these three is important developments in shipbuilding technology boom during the Second World War.
Project Report Naval Technological Innovations Conclusion:
Naval electronics today, like any electronics applications, have benefited and flourished from the semiconductor boom of the 1960’s. The availability of transistor circuits has created an enormous surge in naval electronics including the following areas: radio communications, digital transmissions, satellite networks, low-error encoders and decoders, filters, amplifiers, and sky wave transmissions. The technology, methods, and equipment used today are vastly superior to their counterparts from World War II in effectiveness, power, cost, and efficiency. However, it was those critical technological advances during World War II that paved the way for today’s naval electronics to prosper.
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