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Semi-rough surface scattering and its fading effects for active microwave sensors
Ji Wu; Jingshan; Jiang; Liwei Wang; 北京8701信箱
Source PublicationIgarss '97 - 1997 international geoscience and remote sensing symposium, proceedings vols i-iv - remote sensing - a scientific vision for sustainable development
AbstractGround scattering to a microwave incident wave is usually considered as a non-coherent process when the ground surface is rough in terms of wavelength. However, situation do exist where the composed field at the receiving antenna aperture is coherent when the ground surface is smooth or rough but with a non-uniformly distributed random phase. In this paper, the authors have calculated the coherent phenomenon and shown the fading effects exist for both nadir and off-nadir looking situations. To distinguish from conventional considerations, we introduced the semi-rough surface concept for the uniformly distributed random phase situations.
Conference Name1997 International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS 97) on Remote Sensing - A Scientific Vision for Sustainable Development
Conference Date1997
Conference PlaceSingapore, Singapore
Indexed ByCPCI
Document Type会议论文
Corresponding Author北京8701信箱
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Ji Wu,Jingshan,Jiang,et al. Semi-rough surface scattering and its fading effects for active microwave sensors[C]. NEW YORK:IEEE,1997:1609-1611.
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