Radar cross section lectures
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1984 - Technology & Engineering - 130 pages
Extensive graphs and notes, prepared with the designer in mind, provide insight into scattering of electromagnetic waves by various objects. Includes appropriate equations and sample calculations.
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aircraft radar boundary conditions Broadside CIRCULAR DISC contributor to RCS creeping waves cylinder db sm DECIBEL diffraction dihedral DISC OF RADIUS electromagnetic ellipsoid engine FIRE FOX MIG-31 flat plate formula free space ft Uj fuselage GEOMETRICAL IMPEDANCE LOADING incident wave inverse scattering jammer large RCS leading edges Lecture Low RCS main lobe Maxwell's Equations meters Microwave Naval Postgraduate School nose-on occurs optical region phase angle Physical Optics plane wave polarization Professor Fuhs propagation vector Q UJ RADAR ABSORBING MATERIAL radar cavity RADAR CROSS SECTION radar frequency RADAR RANGE EQUATION radius of curvature radome Rayleigh region reflected beam reflected power reflected wave reflecting area reflector resonance region retroreflector SECTION OF CIRCULAR shape shown solid angle specular reflected sphere steradians SUM-OF-COMPONENTS surface target traveling waves Ui UJ UJ ft UJ Q UJ UJ UJ VJ UJ Watts wavelength WAVELENGTH DEPENDENCE wire