Radar Signal Attenuation due to Finite Radome Thickness

  title={Radar Signal Attenuation due to Finite Radome Thickness},
  author={Viktor K{\'e}pe{\vs}i and J{\'a}n Labun},
Radar antennas deployed in real use usually include a protective dome, which shields them from potentially harmful weather conditions. The protective dome is typically constructed from a plastic material, which can affect the radar signal. The presented paper deals with signal attenuation caused by radar’s dome. It provides results of a computer simulation concerning this attenuation based on different thickness of the material used for radome construction. The presented results give insight on… CONTINUE READING

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