Wave Propagation Through Hollow Dielectric Shells.
GENERAL DYNAMICS SAN DIEGO CALIF ELECTRONICS DIV
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This report describes analyses and experiments on wave propagation through hollow dielectric shells. The purpose was to describe quantitatively the wave process in randomes. Specifically we sought to analyze wavefront structure and to estimate the magnitudes of the elementary waves that combine to form the wavefront. The research applies to the design of new missile radomes, to the analysis of aerodynamic heating on radome performance, and to the development of anisotropic radomes that reduce the polarization dependence of radome performance.
- Guided Missiles
- Active and Passive Radar Detection and Equipment
- Radiofrequency Wave Propagation