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Alternative TitleEcho of HF-band Radar Altimeter from Mars Based on a Multi-layer Media Model
徐曦煜; 刘和光; 杨双宝; xuxiyu@mirslab.cn
Source Publication空间科学学报
Keyword高频雷达高度计 火星 分层介质模型 介电常数 回波功率
Other AbstractThe detection of water in Mars is currently one of the most striking issues in deep space detection. High Frequency(HF) radar altimeter has good penetrating ability and can measure the range and power simultaneously. In this paper, the principles and design of the altimeter system were presented, the interaction between the altimeter electromagnetic pulses and multi-layer smooth media was deduced, and the model of the echo power with respect to the time delay was extracted. Besides, the effects of Mars surface roughness were also considered. Finally, two typical Mars multi-layer models were adopted, and the dielectric constants and the altimeter echo waveforms were simulated. Results of the simulation show that the vertical dielectric constant profile of Mars subsurface could be retrieved by HF radar altimetry, and the water in Mars could be identified in certain cases.
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徐曦煜,刘和光,杨双宝,等. 基于分层介质模型的HF雷达高度计火星回波仿真研究[J]. 空间科学学报,2015,35(6):746-754.
APA 徐曦煜,刘和光,杨双宝,&xuxiyu@mirslab.cn.(2015).基于分层介质模型的HF雷达高度计火星回波仿真研究.空间科学学报,35(6),746-754.
MLA 徐曦煜,et al."基于分层介质模型的HF雷达高度计火星回波仿真研究".空间科学学报 35.6(2015):746-754.
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