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4, eq. 82] Disk Geometry Parameters 3 RCSs of Ideally Conducting Surfaces’ ‘‘Bright’’ Elements 4 = 2tan4 ␣ 16 cos2 ͭ 5 for ≤ ␣ ( ) = m [⌳1 (2ka sin )]2 + ͫ ͬͮ J 2 (2ka sin ) ka where m = 4 3a 4/ 2, ⌳1 (x ) = 2 J 1 (x ) . x 2 , a > 2 , | | < 80°. Computer Simulation of Aerial Target Radar No. 3 (continued) Reflector Type 2 11. Luneberg lens 12. Surface traveling wave [4, Ch. 4, eqs. 35 √ /L degrees. 31 Here, cin(x ) is the modified integral cosine; si(x ) is the integral sine; ␥ is the voltage reflection coefficient; p is relative phase velocity; L is the length of thin body (edge); ⌽ is the angle between vector E and projection of body axis on the wave front p is defined as a ratio of the body length to the current path length along the surface; If p = 1, Foundations of Scattering Simulation on Centimeter and Decimeter Waves No.
Statistical dynamics of target yaws due to wind gusts limit coherence time of the signal, particularly that of very large duration and bandwidth. 2. Most of the simulation examples of target yaws’ influence on signals will be given in Chapter 2 for the wideband signals and in Chapter 3 for narrowband ones. Statistical dynamics of the target mass center displacements (due to wind gusts) act on an arbitrary signal weaker than yaw and, therefore, will be neglected. 12). The kinematics considered is described by the vector differential equation d R/dt = V(t ), where the velocity vector V(t ) has only one nonzero component in the target velocity coordinate system (since vector V(t ) has no diameter, its roll angle is meaningless).
3 (continued) 13. 14. Reflector Type 2 Creeping wave for sphere [4, Ch. 4, eq. 71] Specular interaction [4, Ch. 4, eq. 03(ka )−5/2. Here, a is the sphere radius. = 11 12 21 22 , d 2 sin(2␥ 1 ) sin(2␥ 1 ) + 21 cos ␥ 1 + 11 sin ␥ 1 d d ͫ ͫ ͬ ͬ 2 + 12 cos ␥ 1 + 22 sin ␥ 1 d d where ij is the j th curvature radius of i th surface reflector. Condition of interaction: 2␥ 1 + 2␥ 2 = , cos ␥ 1 = | R0 ؒ n1 |, cos ␥ 2 = | R0 ؒ n2 |. Computer Simulation of Aerial Target Radar No. 1 Foundations of Scattering Simulation on Centimeter and Decimeter Waves 33 Two types of bright elements—specular and edge elements—must be distinguished.