Radar Cross Section Analysis and Control
Artech House, Jan 1, 1991 - Technology & Engineering - 289 pages
Looks at Radar cross-section (RCS) and its control by describing the techniques for controlling the RCS of targets, by providing analytical methods for estimating RCS, by developing models for the design of low RCS targets and antennas, and by giving a treatment of RCS enhancement techniques. This book aims to cover a wide variety of analytical, numerical and experimental results to enable the reader to judge the applicability, validity and accuracy of specific methods in this subject area. The book is designed to be of interest to practicing radar system engineers and to graduate students.
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Methods For RCS Estimation
Radar CrossSection Enhancement
Reduction of Radar Cross Section
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aircraft amplitude angle of incidence Antennas and Propagation apertures approximation aspect angle backscattering cross section bistatic scattering boundary conditions CALCULATION CALL SMC chiral circular circular polarization CL)*T2 CALL cone corner reflector cross-polarized cylinder depolarization dielectric diffraction coefficient dihedral corner reflector diode discussed disk E. F. Knott edge electric field electromagnetic scattering electromagnetic wave experimental finite flat plate free space frequency Fresnel integral FRUSTRUM geometry given horizontal polarizations IEEE Figure IEEE Trans integral equation layer loading lossy Luneberg lens magnetic measured medium metallic method monostatic normal incidence obtained parallel parameters perfectly conducting physical optics PIN diode plane wave PRINT Radar Cross Section radius RCS pattern RCS reduction reflection coefficient Salisbury screen scattered field scattering centers scattering cross section shadow boundaries shape shown in Figure solution specular strip dipole structures SUBROUTINE T. B. A. Senior techniques theoretical Theory of Diffraction thickness Unit vector versus vertical wavelength wedge