Electromagnetic Wave Interactions

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World Scientific, 1996 - Science - 380 pages
This book is a collection of papers on electromagnetic wave mechanics and its applications written by experts in this field. It offers the reader a sampling of exciting research areas in this field. The topics include polarimetric imaging, radar spectroscopy, surface or creeping waves, bistatic radar scattering, the Seebeck affect. Mathematical methods include inverse scattering theory, singularity expansion method, mixed potential integral equation, method of moments, and diffraction theory. Applications include Cellular Mobile Radios (CMR), radar target identification, and Personal Communication Services (PCS). This book shows how electromagnetic wave theory is currently being utilized and investigated. It involves a modicom of mathematical physics and will be of interest to researchers and graduate students in electrical engineering, physics and applied mathematics.
 

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Contents

ClosedForm Greens Functions and Their
1
Propagation Prediction in Cities for Wireless
93
Propagation Prediction for Macrocellular Systems
101
Introduction to Radar Polarimetry With
139
Fundamental Field Equations
149
polarization bases
171
Change of Polarization Basis
188
Optimal Polarization States
196
Properties of Eigenterms of the Impedance Integral Equation
287
Electromagnetic Eigenfrequencies of Conducting
313
Penetrable Objects
321
From Exact to Approximate Inverse Scattering
333
Other IllPosed Features and How to Get Rid of Them
339
PCS System Design Issues in the Presence
353
Case Study
363
Subject Index
369

Modeling and Simulation of Chaff Scattering
215
A Heterodyne Polarimetric Technique for Radiation
269
Uniform Asymptotic Solution for the Diffraction of a Plane
285
Author Index
375
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