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The rain attenuation from 1 to 1000 GHz was calculated by using a Weibu11 distribution for raindrop-size, which was assumed to be caused by coalescence, drop break-up and a chain reaction process.… (More)
It is shown that the Weibull-distributed ground clutter obeys a Weibull distribution after processing by the double canceler moving target indicator (MTI).
The parameters of the Weibull distribution and the threshold level for an adaptive CFAR detector are determined by calculating the mean value and the mean-squared value of the input signal voltage… (More)
Weather clutter was observed using an L band range (200nmi) air-route surveillance radar (ARSR). It is shown that the measured clutter amplitudes obey a Weibull distribution.
The rain attenuation from 1 to 1000 GHz was calculated by using a Weibull distribution for raindrop-size. The microwave experimental measurement data from 8 to 312.5 GHz were compared with our… (More)
Specific attenuation values from 1 to 1000 GHz are calculated by using the negative exponential, Best and Weibull raindrop-size distributions. It is shown that the Weibull distribution is a useful… (More)
Cancellation ratio limitations from raindrop properties in a perfectly circularly polarized radar system were found using a new raindrop size distribution which has an improved fit to the existing… (More)
A method for estimating, from cytophotometric data, the proportion of cells in three different phases of the cell cycle is proposed. Computation is done by means of determining seven parameters in… (More)