The Atmospheric Imaging Radar : Simultaneous Volumetric Observations Using a Phased Array Weather Radar

@inproceedings{Isom2013TheAI,
  title={The Atmospheric Imaging Radar : Simultaneous Volumetric Observations Using a Phased Array Weather Radar},
  author={Bradley M. Isom and Robert Palmer and Redmond Kelley and John Meier and David M. Bodine and Mark B. Yeary and B. Cheong and Yan Zhang and YU TIAN-YOU and Michael Irwin Biggerstaff},
  year={2013}
}
Mobile weather radars often utilize rapid-scan strategies when collecting observations of severe weather. Various techniques have been used to improve volume update times, including the use of agile andmultibeam radars. Imaging radars, similar in some respects to phased arrays, steer the radar beam in software, thus requiring no physical motion. In contrast to phased arrays, imaging radars gather data for an entire volume simultaneously within the field of view (FOV) of the radar, which is… CONTINUE READING

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