Diffractive vector and scalar integrals for bistatic radio holographic remote sensing

  title={Diffractive vector and scalar integrals for bistatic radio holographic remote sensing},
  author={Alexander G. Pavelyev},
[1] We introduce new vector diffractive integrals, which can be used for the radio holographic remote sensing of the atmosphere and terrestrial surfaces. These integrals are exact relationships connecting the electromagnetic fields known at some interface or curve in space with radio fields on the terrestrial surface or inside the atmosphere. They allow one to restore the radio image of the atmosphere or Earth surface in the investigated regions using a radio hologram registered in space by a… CONTINUE READING
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