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Circular and Linear Polarization Inverse Sar Imaging of Simple Deterministic Targets and Statistically Known Randomly Rough Surfaces Using Constant and Varying Illumination
In order to study mechanisms of scattering and their relative contributions to SAR and inverse SAR images, a special measurement setup has been constructed in the University of Texas at Arlington bistatic anechoic measurement ...
Comparison of Measurements and Theory for Backscatter from Bare and Snow-covered Saline Ice
C-band backscatter measurements were made on artificially grown sea ice at the U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) during the winters of 1987-1988 and 1988-1989. These measurements were made ...
Comparison of Integral Equation Predictions and Experimental Backscatter Measurements from Random Conducting Rough Surfaces
The scattering behavior from randomly rough surface targets has been analyzed by comparing the predictions of an integral equation model for surface scattering (Li and Fung, PIERS' 89, pg.144)to experimental data. This ...
Attenuation Behavior of Solid Dense Random Media at Microwave Frequencies
To better understand scattering from nontenuous dense random media such as sea ice and snow, attenuation measurements have been performed on two different types of random media with ka values ranging from 0.5 to 0.7, and ...
Determination of volume and surface scattering from saline ice using ice sheets with precisely controlled roughness parameters
(IEEE Xplore, 1995-09)
Experiments were performed at the U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) in Hanover, NH, to precisely determine the relative contributions of surface and volume scattering from saline ice that ...