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Atmospheric Effects on Radar Target Identification and Imaging

by H. Jeske

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Astrophysics & Space Science,
  • Radar,
  • Science / Astrophysics & Space Science,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts

  • Edition Notes

    NATO Science Series C:

    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages480
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9095635M
    ISBN 109027707693
    ISBN 109789027707697

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Atmospheric Effects on Radar Target Identification and Imaging by H. Jeske Download PDF EPUB FB2

Atmospheric Effects on Radar Target Identification and Imaging Propagation Effects on the Non-Ionized Atmosphere on the Presentation and Analysis of Radar Targets, Especially in the mm- to m-Range of the Electromagnetic Spectrum. Atmospheric Effects on Radar Target Identification and Imaging Propagation Effects on the Non-Ionized Atmosphere on the Presentation and Analysis of Radar Targets, Especially in the mm- to m-Range of the Electromagnetic Spectrum.

Editors: Jeske, H. (Ed.) Free Preview. Atmospheric Effects on Radar Target Identification and Imaging: Propagation Effects on the Non-Ionized Atmosphere on the Presentation and Analysis of Spectrum (Nato Science Series C:) [H. Jeske] on sheepshedgalleryandtearoom.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Advanced Study Institute (ASI) under discussion was initiated by the Special Programme Panel on Radio­ meteorology of the Scientific Author: H. Jeske. Get this from a library. Atmospheric effects on radar target identification and imaging: propagation effects on the non-ionized atmosphere on the presentation and analysis of radar targets, especially in the mm- to m-range of the electromagnetic spectrum: proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute held in Goslar/Harz, F.R.G., September October 3, Waterman A.T.

() Atmospheric Effects: Some Theoretical Relations and Sample Measurements. In: Atmospheric Effects on Radar Target Identification and Imaging. NATO Advanced Study Institutes Series (Series C — Mathematical and Physical Sciences), vol Springer, DordrechtAuthor: Alan T.

Waterman. Get this from a library. Atmospheric Effects on Radar Target Identification and Imaging: Propagation Effects on the Non-Ionized Atmosphere on the Presentation and Analysis of Radar Targets, Especially in the mm- to m-Range of the Electromagnetic Spectrum.

[H E G Jeske] -- The Advanced Study Institute (ASI) under discussion was initiated by the "Special Programme Panel on Radio meteorology" of. The Atmospheric Imaging Radar: Simultaneous Volumetric Observations Using a Phased Array Weather Radar BRADLEY ISOM,* ROBERT PALMER,1 REDMOND KELLEY,# JOHN MEIER,# DAVID BODINE,1 MARK YEARY,* BOON-LENG CHEONG,# YAN ZHANG,* TIAN-YOU YU,* AND MICHAEL I.

BIGGERSTAFF1 * School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Advanced Radar Research. Radar - Radar - History of radar: Serious developmental work on radar began in the s, but the basic idea of radar had its origins in the classical experiments on electromagnetic radiation conducted by German physicist Heinrich Hertz during the late s.

Hertz set out to verify experimentally the earlier theoretical work of Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell.

Maxwell had formulated. Radar-based imaging of aircraft targets is a topic that continues to attract a lot of attention, particularly since these imaging methods have been recognized to be the foundation of any successful all-weather non-cooperative target identification technique.

Traditional books in this area look at the topic from a radar engineering point of view. NYU Health Sciences Library’s mission is to enhance learning, research and patient care by managing knowledge-based resources, providing client-centered information services and education, and extending access through new initiatives in information technology.

Visit us to learn more. Sep 19,  · Catherine D. Neish, Lynn M. Carter, in Encyclopedia of the Solar System (Third Edition), Radar Heterogeneity. Radar imaging from ground-based telescopes has shown that the upper surface of Mars has variable textures and dielectric properties.

The most obvious radar feature, first detected in the cm-wavelength synthesis imaging data, is an extremely low-reflectivity region near. Radar is a detection system that uses radio waves to determine the range, angle, or velocity of objects. It can be used to detect aircraft, ships, spacecraft, guided missiles, motor vehicles, weather formations, and terrain.A radar system consists of a transmitter producing electromagnetic waves in the radio or microwaves domain, a transmitting antenna, a receiving antenna (often the same.

May 05,  · Recently developed millimeter wave radar has advantages for target identification over conventional microwave radar which typically use lower frequencies. We describe the pertinent features involved in the construction of the new millimeter wave radar, the pseudo-optical cavity source and the quasi-optical sheepshedgalleryandtearoom.com: Alastair D.

McAulay. Imaging LiDARs Early LiDAR imaging Atmospheric Effects Atmospheric scattering I have included sections from that paper in this book. The paper on the history of laser radar in the U.S.2 that I wrote with Milt Huffacker and Gary Kammerman, and the more recent paper "Laser radar: historical prospective—from the East.

Sep 12,  · 12 September Occluded target viewing and identification high-resolution 2D imaging laser radar. Robert J. Grasso; Limitations of passive infrared imaging for target identification using medium wavelength infrared (MWIR) and long wavelength infrared Author: Robert J.

Grasso, George F. Dippel, Kristen D. Cecchetti, John C. Wikman, David P. Drouin, Paul I. RTI - Radar Target Identification. Looking for abbreviations of RTI. It is Radar Target Identification. Radar Target Identification listed as RTI. Radar Target Identification - How is Radar Target Identification abbreviated.

Reflection Transformation Imaging: RTI: Radar Target Identification: RTI: Research Technologies International. Degrading effects of the lower atmosphere on long-range airborne synthetic aperture radar imaging Article in IET Radar Sonar.

Navigation 1(5) - · November with 33 Reads. The name lidar, now used as an acronym of light detection and ranging (sometimes, light imaging, detection, and ranging), was originally a portmanteau of light and radar.

Lidar sometimes is called 3D laser scanning, a special combination of a 3D scanning and laser scanning. It has terrestrial, airborne, and mobile applications. SIAM Journal on Applied MathematicsShort-Pulse Target Characteristics. Atmospheric Effects on Radar Target Identification and Imaging, Lee Kaminetzky and Joseph B.

Keller. () Diffraction by Edges and Vertices of sheepshedgalleryandtearoom.com by: Over the next few years, the Atmospheric Radar Re- search Center (ARRC) of the University of Oklahoma (OU) is building an Atmospheric Imaging Radar.

Chapter 1 Synthetic Aperture Radars (SAR) Imaging Basics The word “radar” is an acronym for Radio Detection and Ranging.A radar measures the distance, or range, to an object by transmitting an electromagnetic signal to and receiving an echo reflected from the sheepshedgalleryandtearoom.com electromagnetic.Radar signals; an introduction to theory and application [by] Charles E.

Cook and Marvin Bernfeld; GPR data processing computer software for the PC [electronic resource] / by Jeffrey E. Lucius and Michae Atmospheric effects on radar target identification and imaging: propagation effects on the non-ionized.Atmospheric Imaging Radar The Atmospheric Imaging Radar (AIR) is a X-band mobile weather radar developed at the Advanced Radar Research Center (ARRC) at the University of Oklahoma (OU).

It is unique in that it applies imaging technology to gather precipitation data, as opposed to clear air data collected with imaging predecessors.