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Sabath, Frank

Ultra-Wideband, Short-Pulse Electromagnetics 7

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Table of contents

Part 1. Electromagnetic Theory & Modelling

1. EM Topology: From Theory to Application
J.-P. Parmantier, I. Junqua

2. Simulating the Response of Semi-Shielded Systems: Electromagnetic Topology Technique
Phumin Kirawanich, Nakka S. Kranthi, Rahul Gunda, Jean-Philippe Parmantier, Solange Bertuol, N. E. Islam

3. Newest Developments in Transmission-Line Theory and Applications
Jürgen Nitsch, Sergey Tkachenko

4. TEM Field Structure of Electric and Magnetic Fields From a Semi-Infinite Vertical Thin-Wire Antenna Above a Conducting Plane
R. Thottappillil, M. A. Uman, N. Theethayi

5. Axial Backscattering from a Wide Angular Sector
C. E. Baum

6. Transient Responses of Short-Pulse Signals in Scattering Problems
Mengtao Yuan, Mary C. Taylor, Tapan K. Sarkar

7. Transient Phase-Space Inhomogeneous Green’s Functions for Modeling High Contrast Scattering
T. Melamed

8. Dynamical Behavior of the Brillouin Precursor in Rocard-Powles-Debye Model Dielectrics
Kurt Edmund Oughstun

9. Embedding Multiple Wires Within a Single TLM Node
K. Biwojno, P. Sewell, Y. Liu, C. Christopoulos

10. Simulation of Nonlinear Integrated Photonics Devices: A Comparison of TLM and Numerical Time Domain Integral Equation Approaches
T. M. Benson, A. Al-Jarro, P. Sewell, V. Janyani, J. D. Paul, A. Vukovic

11. Circuit Based Full-Wave Models for Nonuniform Line Structures Created with the Method of Partial Elements
S. V. Kochetov, G. Wollenberg

Part 2. Time-Domain Computational Techniques

12. A Novel Methodology Combining Antennas, Propagation, and Nonlinear Switching Circuits in Transient Time-Domain Simulation
Stan Zwierzchowski, Michal Okoniewski

13. Simulation of a Cabin Wireless LAN Antenna Inside an Airbus A340–600 Wide-Body Transport Aircraft
Jan Ritter, Robert Kebel

14. Electromagnetic Radiation from Vertical Dipoles in Inhomogeneous Air-Lossy Medium Space
K. Paran, M. Kamyab

15. On the Efficient Numerical Time-Domain Processing of Aperture Antenna Field
M. Ciattaglia, G. Marrocco

16. Efficient FDTD Parallel Processing on Modern PC CPUs
W. Simon, A. Lauer, D. Manteuffel, A. Wien, I. Wolff

17. A Hybrid Time-Domain Technique that Combines ADI-FDTD and MoMTD to Solve Complex Electromagnetic Problems
Salvador González García, Amelia Rubio Bretones, Rafael Godoy Rubio, Mario Fernández Pantoja, Rafael Gómez Lopez

18. Use of Higher Order Basis in Solution of Electromagnetic Field Problems
T. K. Sarkar, B. Kolundzija, M. Salazar-Palma

19. Solving Time Domain Electric Field Integral Equation for Thin-Wire Antennas Using the Laguerre Polynomials
Z. Ji, T. K. Sarkar, B. H. Jung, M. Salazar-Palma

20. Fast Time Domain Integral Equation Solver for Dispersive Media
E. Bleszynski, M. Bleszynski, T. Jaroszewicz

21. Analytical-Numerical Calculation of Transient Processes in Nonlinear Networks
Jürgen Nitsch, Nikolay Korovkin, Yurii Bichkov, Sergey Scherbakov, Sergey Demkin, Alexey Haimin

22. Suppression of Two-Tone Disturbances in Nonlinear Circuits
J. Nitsch, N. Korovkin, E. Solovyeva

Part 3. Antennas

23. Timed Arrays and Their Application to Impulse SAR for “Through-The-Wall” Imaging
G. Franceschetti, J. Tatoian, D. Giri, G. Gibbs

24. Antenna-Aperture Synthesis for Hyperband SAR Antennas
C. E. Baum

25. Aperture Engineering for Impulse Radiating Antennas
J. S. Tyo

26. Antenna Characterization for the JOLT Impulsive Radiator via Low-Voltage Measurements
J. S. Tyo, J. S. H. Schoenberg, C. E. Baum, W. D. Prather, R. Hackett, J. W. Burger, E. G. Farr, D. V. Giri, D. P. McLemore

27. A Dual-Polarity Impulse Radiating Antenna
L. H. Bowen, E. G. Farr, D. I. Lawry

28. Effect of Reflector Defocus on the Radiation Patterns of Impulse Radiating Antennas
J. S. Tyo, E. G. Farr, D. I. Lawry

29. A Portable Automated Time-Domain Antenna Range: The PATAR™ System
L. M. Atchley, E. G. Farr, L. H. Bowen, W. S. Bigelow, H. J. Wagnon, D. E. Ellibee, T. C. Tran

30. Practical Realization of PxM Antennas for High-Power, Broadband Applications
J. McLean, R. Sutton

31. Transmission and Reception by Nonreflecting UWB Antennas
D. Ghosh, T. K. Sarkar

32. Design and Characterization of a Lens TEM Horn
W. S. Bigelow, E. G. Farr, L. H. Bowen, D. E. Ellibee, D. I. Lawry

33. 100 GHz Broadband High Power Antennas
Andrew S. Podgorski

34. Partial Dielectric Loaded TEM-Horn Design for UWB Ground Penetrating Impulse Radar Systems
A. Serdar Turk, D. S. Armagan Sahinkaya

35. Antenna Development for Impulse Radar Applications in Civil Engineering
C. Maierhofer, T. Kind, J. Wöstmann

36. Analysis of Radiation from a Dielectric Wedge Antenna
A. Yarovoy, J. Zijderveld

37. Characterizing Impulse Radiating Antennas by an Intuitive Approach
J. Sachs, P. Peyer, P. Rauschenbach, F. Tkac, R. Zetik

38. A Tapered Coplanar Strip Antenna with Improved Matching
A. Butrym, S. Pivnenko

39. Antipodal Vivaldi Antenna for UWB Applications
X. Qing, Z. N. Chen

40. Low-Cost Printed Monopole Antennas for Wideband Applications
T. Dissanayake, K. Esselle, Y. Ge

41. Small and Broadband Planar Antennas for UWB Wireless Communication Applications
Z. N. Chen

42. Characterization of UWB Antennas by Their Spatio-Temporal Transfer Function Based on FDTD Simulations
D. Manteuffel, J. Kunisch, W. Simon

43. Antenna Effects and Modeling in UWB Impulse Radio
C. Roblin, A. Sibille

44. Resistively Loaded Discone Antennas for UWB Communications
L. H. Bowen, E. G. Farr, D. R. Keene

45. An Ultra Wideband Aperture Coupled Bowtie Antenna for Communications
W. Sörgel, C. Waldschmidt, W. Wiesbeck

46. Small Patch Antennas for UWB Wireless Body Area Network
M. Klemm, G. Tröster

Part 4. Pulsed-Power

47. A Marx-Type Electromagnetic Pulse Generator
Jae Woon Ahn, So-young Song, Ji Heon Ryu, Myung-Suk Jung

48. Fast Volume Breakdown in Argon and Air at Low Pressures
E. Crull, H. Krompholz, A. Neuber, L. Hatfield

49. Modeling the Conductivity of a Subnanosecond Breakdown Gas Switch
Jinhui Chen, J. Scott Tyo, C. Jerald Buchenauer

50. Development of Ultra-Wideband Pulsers at the University of Texas at Dallas
Farzin Davanloo, Carl B. Collins, Forrest J. Agee

51. On the Spectral Variability of Ultrawideband High-Power Microwave Sources by Generating Pulse Sequences
Jürgen Schmitz, Markus Jung, Gerd Wollmann

Part 5. UWB Interaction

52. UWB, LPM, HPM, and EMP Susceptibility of Complex PC Systems
A. Bausen, U. Schenk, J. Maack, D. Nitsch

53. Coupling and Effects of UWB Pulses into and on Electronic Systems
Daniel Nitsch, Jan Luiken Haseborg

54. Classification of the Destruction Effects in CMOS-Devices after Impact of Fast Transient Electromagnetic Pulses
Michael Camp, Sven Korte, Heyno Garbe

55. General Analysis of Leaky Section Cables for Multiband Aircraft Cabin Communications with Different Measurement Techniques
Sven Fisahn, Michael Camp, Núria Riera Díaz, Robert Kebel, Heyno Garbe

56. Measurement of the Mutual Interference Between Independent Bluetooth Devices
Adrien Schoof, Jan Luiken Haseborg

57. Lightning Model Development: Contribution to High Power Electromagnetics
R. L. Gardner

Part 6. UWB & Transient Metrology

58. Measurement of the Pulse Radiation of an IRA in Time Domain
Thiemo Stadtler, Jan Luiken Haseborg, Frank Sabath

59. A Comparison of Two Sensors Used to Measure High-Voltage, Fast-Risetime Signals in Coaxial Cable
Everett G. Farr, Lanney M. Atchley, Donald E. Ellibee, William J. Carey, Larry L. Altgilbers

60. Short Pulse Measurements by Field Sensors with Arbitrary Frequency Response
G. Cerri, H. Herlemann, V. Mariani Primiani, H. Garbe

61. Time Domain Measurements to Validate Test Site Characteristics
Sven Battermann, Heyno Garbe

Part 7. Radar Systems

62. Survey of Ultra-wideband Radar
Eric L. Mokole, Pete Hansen

63. Measurement of Automobile UWB Radar Cross Sections at Ka Band
Takehiko Kobayashi, Naoto Takahashi, Makoto Yoshikawa, Kikuo Tsunoda, Nobuyuki Tenno

64. Directly Measuring Ocean Forward Scatter with an UWB Radar
Pete Hansen, Kim Scheff, Eric Mokole

65. Some Broadband Calculated RF Scatter from the Trihedral Corner Reflector
E. L. Mokole, B. T. Gold, D. J. Taylor, T. K. Sarkar, J. P. Hansen

66. Through-Wall Imaging by Means of UWB Radar
Rudolf Zetík, Jürgen Sachs, Peter Peyerl

67. Multiwaveform Video Impulse Radar for Landmine Detection
Alexander Yarovoy, Alexander Schukin, Igor Kaploun, Leo Ligthart

68. Detection of Avalanche Victims Using Ultra-wideband Short-Pulse Radar
Walid A. Chamma, Howard Mende, Greg Barrie, Robert Robinson

69. Comparison of Seismic Migration and Stripmap SAR Imaging methods for GPR for Landmine Detection
C. Gilmore, H. Su, I. Jeffrey, M. Phelan, J. LoVetri

70. Application of UWB Near-Field Polarimetry to Classification of GPR Targets
Alexander Yarovoy, Friedrich Roth, Vsevolod Kovalenko, Leo Ligthart

Part 8. Detection, Target Identification and Signal Processing

71. Exploiting Noisy Early Time Response Using the Half Fourier Transform
S. Jang, T. K. Sarkar, M. Salazar-Palma, C. E. Baum

72. Substructure SEM
C. E. Baum

73. Analyzing the Target Recognition Capability of an Ultra-Wideband Radar System using Time-Frequency Algorithms
Gerald Oßberger, Thomas Buchegger, Erwin Schimbäck, Andreas Stelzer, Robert Weigel

74. Pole Estimation for Target Recognition via Late Time Scattering
Kenneth J. Pascoe, William D. Wood

75. Radar Signal Polarization Structure Investigation for Object Recognition
V. I. Koshelev, E. V. Balzovsky, Yu. I. Buyanov, P. A. Konkov, V. T. Sarychev, S. E. Shipilov

76. Radar Target Detection at Noise and Interference Background
V. I. Koshelev, V. T. Sarychev, S. E. Shipilov

77. Reduction of Clutter in Data for Mine-Detecting GPR
V. Kovalenko, A. Yarovoy, L. P. Ligthart

78. Robust Target Discrimination with UWB GPR
Timofei G. Savelyev, Takao Kobayashi, Xuan Feng, Motoyuki Sato

Part 9. UWB Communication

79. Optimal Antenna and Signal Codesign for UWB Antenna Link
Anatoliy O. Boryssenko, Daniel H. Schaubert

80. A Low-Complexity Receiver for Ultra-Wideband Communications
Marco Renzo, Fabio Graziosi, Fortunato Santucci, Roberto Alesii, Piero Tognolatti

81. Performance of a Modified Early-Late Gate Synchronizer for UWB Impulse Radio
Luca Reggiani, Gian Mario Maggio

82. On the Analysis of the Dynamics and Synchronization of Chaotic Modulation and Demodulation in UWB Communication and Positioning Systems
J. C. Chedjou, J. P. Dada, I. Moussa, C. Takenga, R. Anne, K. Kyamakya

83. Penetration of Ultra-wideband (UWB) Communication Signals Through Walls
Concettina Buccella, Mauro Feliziani, Giuliano Manzi

84. A Deterministic Indoor UWB Space-Variant Multipath Radio Channel Model
Yves Lostanlen, Grégory Gougeon, Yoann Corre

85. UWB Radio Link Modeling for Multipath Environment
B. Uguen, F. T. Talom, G. Chassay

86. On the Fading Properties of a UWB Link in a Dynamic Environment
Pascal Pagani, Patrice Pajusco

87. Study on the Probability of Error in UWB with Multiuser Interference
Jocelyn Fiorina

Part 10. Broadband Systems and Components

88. A High-Voltage UWB Coupled-Line Directional Coupler for Radar
Everett G. Farr, Lanney M. Atchley, Donald E. Ellibee, Dean I. Lawry

89. Realization of All-Pass-Networks for Linearizing Log.-Periodic Dipole Antennas
Erwin Hirschmüller, Gerhard Mönich

Avainsanat: Physics, Optics and Electrodynamics, Circuits and Systems, Microwaves, RF and Optical Engineering, Electronics and Microelectronics, Instrumentation

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Springer
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2007
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1
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