Effect of Cell Size on Elliptically Polarized Radar Clutter Statistics.
TEXAS UNIV AT ARLINGTON DEPT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
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In this final report, we summarize the approach used and relevant information for simulation of radar signal statistics from randomly rough surfaces. The total number of cases to be performed in this contract is 60 and is depicted in Table 1. Two sets of cases reported in the past are 1 30 cases for receiver orientation angles of 135 degrees, five azimuthal angles, three cell sizes with signal distributions expressed in both field amplitude and power and 2 12 cases for receiver orientation angle of 45 degrees at azimuthal angles of 180 and 135 degrees, three cell sizes with signal distributions expressed in both field amplitude and power. Additional calculations to be given in this report are for receiver orientation angle of 45 degrees at azimuthal angles of 90 deg, 450, and 0 deg corresponding to 18 cases. For the sake of completeness, all results reported earlier are included in Appendix B. Scattering statistics, Rough surface scattering, Elliptical polarization, Kirchhoff current density
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