Scattering and Transmission of Waves in Multiple Random Rough Surfaces : Energy Conservation Studies with the Second Order Small Perturbation Method

@inproceedings{Wang2016ScatteringAT,
  title={Scattering and Transmission of Waves in Multiple Random Rough Surfaces : Energy Conservation Studies with the Second Order Small Perturbation Method},
  author={Tianlin Wang and Leung Tsang and Joel T. Johnson and Shurun Tan},
  year={2016}
}
Energy conservation is an important consideration in wave scattering and transmission from random rough surfaces and is particularly important in passive microwave remote sensing. In this paper, we study energy conservation in scattering from layered random rough surfaces using the second order small perturbation method (SPM2). SPM2 includes both first order incoherent scattering and a second order correction to the coherent fields. They are combined to compute the total reflected and… CONTINUE READING

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