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    Andrew Lewis Maffett
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Treats radar cross section (RCS), with special emphasis on statistical aspects and their applications. Focus is on RCS estimation for complex targets, with full discussion of detection theory and comparison of RCS data

Treats radar cross section (RCS), with special emphasis on statistical aspects and their applications. Focus is on RCS estimation for complex targets, with full discussion of detection theory and comparison of RCS data. Opening chapters provide fundamentals, notation, definitions, and formulas. Middle chapters address scattering and diffraction of electromagnetic waves and Treats radar cross section (RCS), with special emphasis on statistical aspects and their applications.

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oceedings{Maffett1989TopicsFA, title {Topics for a Statistical Description of Radar Cross Section}, author {Andrew Lewis Maffett}, year {1989} }. Part 1 Fundamentals: definition of field quantities and Maxwell's equations constitutive relations boundary conditions and surface currents Green's functions radar cross-section (RCS)

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By: Maffett, Andrew Lewis. Material type: BookSeries: Wiley Series In Remote Sensing/Ed. Publisher: New York John Wiley c1989Description: xv,373. Subject(s): Radar - Mathematical Models Radar - Statistical MethodsDDC classification: 62. 848 M269t. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

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Radar cross-section (RCS) is an important study parameter for defence applications specially dealing with airborne weapon system. The RCS parameter guides the detection range for a target and is therefore studied to understand the effectiveness of a weapon system

Radar cross-section (RCS) is an important study parameter for defence applications specially dealing with airborne weapon system. The RCS parameter guides the detection range for a target and is therefore studied to understand the effectiveness of a weapon system. It is not only important to understand the RCS characteristics of a target but also to look into the diagnostic mode of study where factors contributing to a particular RCS values are studied.

Topics for a Statistical Desciption of Radar Cross Section. John Wiley & Sons Limited, Chichester. Full text views reflects the number of PDF downloads, PDFs sent to Google Drive, Dropbox and Kindle and HTML full text views.

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Maffett Topics for a Statistical Description of Radar Cross Section New York: Wiley 1989. 5. H. Ling R. Chou and S. W. Lee "Shooting and bouncing rays: calculating the RCS of an arbitrarily shaped cavity " IEEE Trans. vol. AP-37 pp. 194-205 February 1989. 6. Papoulis A. Probability Random Variables and Stochastic Processes 2 ed.

Treats radar cross section (RCS), with special emphasis on statistical aspects and their applications. Focus is on RCS estimation for complex targets, with full discussion of detection theory and comparison of RCS data. Opening chapters provide fundamentals, notation, definitions, and formulas. Middle chapters address scattering and diffraction of electromagnetic waves and practical RCS analyses and applications. Closing chapters discuss the role of constitutive parameters in RCS.