Development of Computational Tools for Predicting the Radar Scattering from Targets on a Rough Sea Surface

@inproceedings{Burkholder2001DevelopmentOC,
  title={Development of Computational Tools for Predicting the Radar Scattering from Targets on a Rough Sea Surface},
  author={Robert J. Burkholder and Panuwat Janpugdee and Dilek Çolak},
  year={2001}
}
Abstract : The radar scattering from 2D and 3D targets on a rough sea surface is investigated using computational techniques developed specifically for this problem. Numerical simulations and Monte Carlo studies yield insight into the scatter phenomenology. It is found that the scattering from a target on a random rough sea surface becomes more coherent as the incident field becomes more coherent, ie, for low wind speeds or low elevation angles. For the less coherent case, the average. and peak… CONTINUE READING

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