Microwave and millimeter wave imaging using synthetic aperture focusing and holographical techniques
"Microwave and millimeter wave nondestructive testing and evaluation (NDT&E) methods have shown great potential for determining material composition in composite structures, determining material thickness or debond thickness between two layers, and determining he location and size of flaws, defects, and anomalies. The same testing methods have also shown great potential to produce relatively high-resolution images of voids inside Spray On Foam Insulation (SOFI) test panels using real focused methods employing lens antennas. An alternative to real focusing methods are synthetic focusing methods. The essence of synthetic focusing is to match the phase of the scattered signal to measured points spaced regularly on a plane. Many variations of synthetic focusing methods have already been developed for radars, ultrasonic testing applications, and microwave concealed weapon detection. Two synthetic focusing methods were investigated; namely, a) frequency-domain synthetic aperture focusing technique (FD-SAFT), and b) wide-band microwave holography"--Abstract, leaf iii.
Stanley, R. Joe
Parris, Paul Ernest, 1954-
Electrical and Computer Engineering
M.S. in Electrical Engineering
George C. Marshall Space Flight Center
University of Missouri--Rolla
ix, 106 leaves
© 2006 Joseph Tobias Case, All rights reserved.
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Synthetic aperture radar
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Case, J. T., "Microwave and millimeter wave imaging using synthetic aperture focusing and holographical techniques" (2006). Masters Theses. 3847.
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