Half-a-day on " COMPRESSIVE SENSING IN ELECTROMAGNETICS " Prof

@inproceedings{Massa2013HalfadayO,
  title={Half-a-day on " COMPRESSIVE SENSING IN ELECTROMAGNETICS " Prof},
  author={. A. Massa},
  year={2013}
}
  • . A. Massa
  • Published 2013
The widely known Shannon/Nyquist theorem relates the number of samples required to reliably retrieve a “signal” to its (spatial and temporal) bandwidth. Such a fundamental criterion yields to both theoretical and experimental constraints in several applications in the fields of inverse scattering, antenna synthesis and measurements, as well as adaptive array control. Indeed, there is a relation between the number of measurements/data (complexity of the acquisition/ processing), the degrees of… CONTINUE READING