The forward scattering phenomenology is investigated in this work, providing a straightforward electromagnetic analytical model valid also in near-field conditions. A typical configuration useful for forward scatter radar operational scenarios, where a metallic object is illuminated while crossing a baseline, is considered. The effects of different target sizes on the scattered signal are evaluated and discussed. A full-wave numerical solution is also developed through the implementation with a commercial tool to validate the proposed analytical formulation.

Analytical modeling and numerical validation of forward scattering for radar applications / Falconi, MARTA TECLA; Comite, Davide; Pastina, Debora; Galli, Alessandro; Marzano, FRANK SILVIO; Lombardo, Pierfrancesco. - ELETTRONICO. - (2016), pp. 125-128. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 2016 European Radar Conference (EuRAD) tenutosi a Londra.

Analytical modeling and numerical validation of forward scattering for radar applications

FALCONI, MARTA TECLA;COMITE, DAVIDE;PASTINA, Debora;GALLI, Alessandro;MARZANO, FRANK SILVIO;LOMBARDO, Pierfrancesco
2016

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The forward scattering phenomenology is investigated in this work, providing a straightforward electromagnetic analytical model valid also in near-field conditions. A typical configuration useful for forward scatter radar operational scenarios, where a metallic object is illuminated while crossing a baseline, is considered. The effects of different target sizes on the scattered signal are evaluated and discussed. A full-wave numerical solution is also developed through the implementation with a commercial tool to validate the proposed analytical formulation.
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