Millimeter-wave Radar Clutter
Artech House, 1992 - Technology & Engineering - 245 pages
The most complete compilation of millimeter-wave theory and data available, this book addresses those phenomenological characteristics of radar clutter and propagation in the millimeter-wave region that are of particular importance in the design, test and permutation of millimeter-wave sensors. The text provides in-depth information on both electromagnetic propagation and clutter backscatter effects in the millimeter-wave region. Nicholas C. Currie is also the editor of Radar Reflectivity Measurement: Techniques and Applications and Principles and Applications of Millimeter-Wave Radar.
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