Radar Reflectivity of Land and Sea
This state-of-the-art edition of a radar classic brings you up-to-date on new developments in clutter measurement and modeling and features a wealth of new information not found in other currently available books. Authored by a recognized expert in the field, the book covers everything from basic concepts of radar reflectivity to space-time clutter amplitude and bistatic clutter.
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Remote Sensing by Radar
Surface Effects and Emerging Techniques
Basic Concepts and Definitions
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