Ultra-Wideband, Short-Pulse Electromagnetics 7

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Frank Sabath, Eric L. Mokole, Uwe Schenk, Daniel Nitsch
Springer Science & Business Media, May 30, 2010 - Science - 866 pages
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This book presents selected contributions of the Ultra-Wideband Short-Pulse Electromagnetics 7 Conference, including electromagnetic theory, scattering, Ultrawideband (UWB) antennas, UWB systems, ground penetrating radar, UWB communications, pulsed-power generation, time-domain computational electromagnetics, UWB compatibility, target detection and discrimination, propagation through dispersive media, and wavelet and multi-resolution techniques.

 

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Contents

From Theory to Application
3
Electromagnetic Topology Technique
13
3 Newest Developments in TransmissionLine Theory and Applications
21
4 TEM Field Structure of Electric and Magnetic Fields From a SemiInfinite Vertical ThinWire Antenna Above a Conducting Plane
33
5 Axial Backscattering from a Wide Angular Sector
41
6 Transient Responses of ShortPulse Signals in Scattering Problems
50
7 Transient PhaseSpace Inhomogeneous Greens Functions for Modeling High Contrast Scattering
56
8 Dynamical Behavior of the Brillouin Precursor in RocardPowlesDebye Model Dielectrics
64
48 Fast Volume Breakdown in Argon and Air at Low Pressures
440
49 Modeling the Conductivity of a Subnanosecond Breakdown Gas Switch
448
50 Development of UltraWideband Pulsers at the University of Texas at Dallas
459
51 On the Spectral Variability of Ultrawideband HighPower Microwave Sources by Generating Pulse Sequences
467
Part 5 UWB Interaction
476
52 UWB LPM HPM and EMP Susceptibility of Complex PC Systems
479
53 Coupling and Effects of UWB Pulses into and on Electronic Systems
487
54 Classification of the Destruction Effects in CMOSDevices after Impact of Fast Transient Electromagnetic Pulses
501

9 Embedding Multiple Wires Within a Single TLM Node
71
A Comparison of TLM and Numerical Time Domain Integral Equation Approaches
80
11 Circuit Based FullWave Models for Nonuniform Line Structures Created with the Method of Partial Elements
89
Part 2 TimeDomain Computational Techniques
97
12 A Novel Methodology Combining Antennas Propagation and Nonlinear Switching Circuits in Transient TimeDomain Simulation
99
13 Simulation of a Cabin Wireless LAN Antenna Inside an Airbus A340600 WideBody Transport Aircraft
107
14 Electromagnetic Radiation from Vertical Dipoles in Inhomogeneous AirLossy Medium Space
115
15 On the Efficient Numerical TimeDomain Processing of Aperture Antenna Field
123
16 Efficient FDTD Parallel Processing on Modern PC CPUs
131
17 A Hybrid TimeDomain Technique that Combines ADIFDTD and MoMTD to Solve Complex Electromagnetic Problems
142
18 Use of Higher Order Basis in Solution of Electromagnetic Field Problems
150
19 Solving Time Domain Electric FieldIntegral Equation for ThinWire Antennas Using the Laguerre Polynomials
159
20 Fast Time Domain Integral Equation Solver for Dispersive Media
172
21 AnalyticalNumerical Calculation of Transient Processes in Nonlinear Networks
180
22 Suppression of TwoTone Disturbances in Nonlinear Circuits
188
Part 3 Antennas
196
23 Timed Arrays and Their Application to Impulse SAR for ThroughTheWall Imaging
199
24 AntennaAperture Synthesis for Hyperband SAR Antennas
206
25 Aperture Engineering for Impulse Radiating Antennas
215
26 Antenna Characterization for the JOLT Impulsive Radiator via LowVoltage Measurements
224
27 A DualPolarity Impulse Radiating Antenna
239
28 Effect of Reflector Defocus on the Radiation Patterns of Impulse Radiating Antennas
248
The PATAR System
258
30 Practical Realization of PxM Antennas for HighPower Broadband Applications
267
31 Transmission and Reception by Nonreflecting UWB Antennas
276
32 Design and Characterization of a Lens TEM Horn
289
33 100 GHz Broadband High Power Antennas
297
34 Partial Dielectric Loaded TEMHorn Design for UWB Ground Penetrating Impulse Radar Systems
306
35 Antenna Development for Impulse Radar Applications in Civil Engineering
316
36 Analysis of Radiation from a Dielectric Wedge Antenna
325
37 Characterizing Impulse Radiating Antennas by an Intuitive Approach
334
38 A Tapered Coplanar Strip Antenna with Improved Matching
342
39 Antipodal Vivaldi Antenna for UWB Applications
354
40 LowCost Printed Monopole Antennas for Wideband Applications
363
41 Small and Broadband Planar Antennas for UWB Wireless Communication Applications
371
42 Characterization of UWB Antennas by Their SpatioTemporal Transfer Function Based on FDTD Simulations
380
43 Antenna Effects and Modeling in UWB Impulse Radio
391
44 Resistively Loaded Discone Antennas for UWB Communications
401
45 An Ultra Wideband Aperture Coupled Bowtie Antenna for Communications
409
46 Small Patch Antennas for UWB Wireless Body Area Network
417
Part 4 PulsedPower
430
47 A MarxType Electromagnetic Pulse Generator
433
55 General Analysis of Leaky Section Cables for Multiband Aircraft Cabin Communications with Different Measurement Techniques
509
56 Measurement of the Mutual Interference Between Independent Bluetooth Devices
517
Contribution to High Power Electromagnetics
527
Part 6 UWB Transient Metrology
536
58 Measurement of the Pulse Radiation of an IRA in Time Domain
537
59 A Comparison of Two Sensors Used to Measure HighVoltage FastRisetime Signals in Coaxial Cable
544
60 Short Pulse Measurements by Field Sensors with Arbitrary Frequency Response
552
61 Time Domain Measurements to Validate Test Site Characteristics
561
Part 7 Radar Systems
570
62 Survey of Ultrawideband Radar
571
63 Measurement of Automobile UWB Radar Cross Sections at Ka Band
586
64 Directly Measuring Ocean Forward Scatter with an UWB Radar
593
65 Some Broadband Calculated RF Scatter from the Trihedral Corner Reflector
604
66 ThroughWall Imaging by Means of UWB Radar
613
67 Multiwaveform Video Impulse Radar for Landmine Detection
623
68 Detection of Avalanche Victims Using Ultrawideband ShortPulse Radar
632
69 Comparison of Seismic Migration and Stripmap SAR Imaging methods for GPR for Landmine Detection
646
70 Application of UWB NearField Polarimetry to Classification of GPR Targets
655
Part 8 Detection Target Identification and Signal Processing
665
71 Exploiting Noisy Early Time Response Using the Half Fourier Transform
667
72 Substructure SEM
681
73 Analyzing the Target Recognition Capability of an UltraWideband Radar System using TimeFrequency Algorithms
690
74 Pole Estimation for Target Recognition via Late Time Scattering
699
75 Radar Signal Polarization Structure Investigation for Object Recognition
707
76 Radar Target Detection at Noise and Interference Background
715
77 Reduction of Clutter in Data for MineDetecting GPR
723
78 Robust Target Discrimination with UWB GPR
732
Part 9 UWB Communication
740
79 Optimal Antenna and Signal Codesign for UWB Antenna Link
743
80 A LowComplexity Receiver for UltraWideband Communications
753
81 Performance of a Modified EarlyLate Gate Synchronizer for UWB Impulse Radio
765
82 On the Analysis of the Dynamics and Synchronization of Chaotic Modulation and Demodulation in UWB Communication and Positioning Systems
775
83 Penetration of Ultrawideband UWB Communication Signals Through Walls
784
84 A Deterministic Indoor UWB SpaceVariant Multipath Radio Channel Model
796
85 UWB Radio Link Modeling for Multipath Environment
816
86 On the Fading Properties of a UWB Link in a Dynamic Environment
824
87 Study on the Probability of Error in UWB with Multiuser Interference
833
Part 10 Broadband Systems and Components
840
88 A HighVoltage UWB CoupledLine Directional Coupler for Radar
841
89 Realization of AllPassNetworks for Linearizing LogPeriodic Dipole Antennas
849
Index
862
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