Microwave Imaging Techniques (Wiley Series in Remote Sensing and Image Processing)

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9780471500780: Microwave Imaging Techniques (Wiley Series in Remote Sensing and Image Processing)

Handbook of Microwave and Optical Components
Editor-in-Chief: Kai Chang
This important, four-volume work covers recent developments in a field that continues to evolve at an extraordinarily rapid pace. The information given is almost entirely of a practical nature, with theoretical discussions and mathematical formulations given only where essential. Consequently, the Handbook is the definitive source guide for professionals working in optical and microwave engineering. It covers all important areas of microwave, millimeter-wave, submillimeter-wave, infrared, and optical frequency spectra—from essential principles, methods, design information, and references for solving all types of problems in high-frequency spectra.
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International Journal of Imaging Systems and Technology Editors: Glen Wade, Hua Lee, And Enders A. Robinson
This interdisciplinary journal offers comprehensive coverage of the theory and applications of imaging technology. Papers are drawn from a wide range of areas—holography, optical processing, engineering, chemistry, radiology, geology, geography, astronomy, computer and materials science, and mathematics. The journal provides a single source for current information pertinent to engineers and specialists working in imaging technology, as well as a forum for the development of new technology.

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As the authors' third book in a series dealing with large arrays and microwave imaging, this work explores how to make good microwave pictures. It has two distinct parts. The first part describes what microwave imagery is, how it is obtained, and what the problems are in obtaining good microwave images. The second part describes many of the techniques available for enhancing image quality. Topics covered include: ways for achieving diversity-combining of images; deconvolution procedures for eliminating large artifacts and for the general improvement of image quality; the self-calibration methods necessary for successful operation of very large arrays; the means for reducing the data-handling requirements of large, high resolution phased array systems; the theory and practice of superresolution or non-Fourier processing of spatial data; and display techniques.

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Stated quite simply, this book is about how to make good microwave pictures. Conceived and written by two leading members of the Valley Forge Research Center at the University of Pennsylvania's Moore School of Engineering, this work describes the latest thinking and most advanced practical applications in terrestrial microwave imaging enhancement. The first part (four chapters) is devoted to an understanding of how microwave imagery is obtained and the various problems inherent in producing high-resolution microwave images. Topics covered include fundamental aspects of objective terrestrial microwave imaging, image quality, the mathematics of microwave imaging, wideband effects, long wavelength effects, scattering effects, large aperture effects, and more. The remaining eight chapters of Microwave imaging Techniques are devoted to the state of the art in microwave image enhancement. Included are detailed discussions of techniques for:

  • achieving diversity-combining images
  • deconvolution procedures for eliminating image artifacts and for general image improvement (especially the Clean technique)
  • self-calibration methods essential to the operation of large arrays
  • techniques for reducing data-handling requirements; super-resolution processing of spatial data—both theory and practice
  • and a broad range of proven image-enhancing techniques.

The text is well supplemented with nearly one hundred and seventy illustrations and mathematical equations. Designed to assist researchers in microwave imaging and communications as well as practicing engineers and advanced-level engineering students, Microwave imaging Techniques assumes some prior knowledge of large phased arrays and the problems intrinsic to large microwave systems.

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