Antennas, Radar, and Wave Propagation    (ARP 2009)

June 7 – August 7, 2009
Banff, Alberta, Canada
Editor(s): D.G. Michelson
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649-009 Cramer-Rao Study of One-Dimensional Scattering Systems: Part I: Formulation
E.A. Marengo, M. Zambrano-Nuñez, and D. Brady (USA)
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649-010 Cramer-Rao Study of One-Dimensional Scattering Systems: Part II: Computer Simulations
E.A. Marengo, M. Zambrano-Nuñez, and D. Brady (USA)
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649-021 Characterization of a Weakly Scattering Medium from its Simulated Scattering Pattern
S. Adhikari (India)
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649-026 Bandwidth Extension for Line-Series-Shunt Calibration Technique of Broadband S-Parameter Measurements
C.-C. Huang, Y.-H. Lin, and M.-Y. Chang-Jian (Taiwan)
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649-035 Development of a Model using Passive Microwave Remote Sensing for Computation of Soil Moisture
C.S. Veena and P. Sinha (India)
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649-007 Alternative Formulation for Determination of Geoclimatic Factor using Local Radiosonde Data from Southern Africa
P.K. Odedina and T.J. Afullo (South Africa)
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649-013 Characterization of Rain Attenuation and its Application to Terrestrial Communication Systems in South Africa
M.O. Odedina and T.J. Afullo (South Africa)
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649-014 Microwave Backscattering from the Sea Surface: Diffraction Corrections to the Kirchhoff Approximation
I. Fuks and V. Zavorotny (USA)
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649-025 One-Year Statistics of Atmospheric Refractivity in the Lowest Troposphere
M. Grabner and V. Kvicera (Czech Republic)
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649-034 Implementation of Rain and Gaseous Attenuation Models for 26-30 GHz Ka-Band Communication
Y. Gataullin and R. Kozlowski (Germany)
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649-008 The Impact of Shoes and Clothes on the SAR Induced in Human Bodies
H.-Y. Chen and Y.-C. Chu (Taiwan)
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649-011 Multi-Band Antenna with Minimalization of Radiation Towards Head
M. Wnuk and R. Kubacki (Poland)
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649-019 Design of Square Ring MSA with Two Nearly Square Slots for WLAN Applications
S.B. Deosarkar, A.B. Nandgaonkar, and R.P. Labde (India)
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649-022 Design of Sierpinski Gasket Fractal Patch Antenna using Artificial Neural Networks
B.S. Dhaliwal, S.S. Pattnaik, and S. Devi (India)
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649-028 Broadband Dipole Cavity Antenna for European and American Cellular Communication Systems
J.L. Masa-Campos and J.M.R. Mayordomo (Spain)
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649-012 A Practical Design of the Central Section for Shaped Beam Antenna Reflector
Y. Yang (PRC)
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649-040 Performance Optimization of Yagi-Uda Antenna in Wireless Communication with Additional Driven Elements using Genetic Algorithms
J.R. Mohammed (Iraq)
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649-042 Properties of a Single Bay Turnstile Antenna by Standing Wave Modeling of Current Distribution
M.W. Bari (Bangladesh)
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649-044 Performance Evaluation of Population based Optimizers for the Synthesis of Linear Antenna Arrays
A. Arce, D.H. Covarrubias, and M.A. Panduro (Mexico)
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649-051 Design of Broadband Horn Antenna with Higher-Order Mode Suppressor
J.-I. Moon and S.-S. Oh (Korea)
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649-018 High Aspect Ratio Microstructure Coupler Concept
M.D. Schaffer and D.M. Klymyshyn (Canada)
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649-024 System Noise Analysis of an Ultra Wide Band Aperture Array Element for Low Frequency Radio Astronomy
E. de Lera-Acedo, N. Razavi-Ghods (UK), E. Garcia (Spain), P. Duffett-Smith, and P. Alexander (UK)
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649-038 Robust Multiple Sidelobe Canceller Technique for Practical Radar Systems
J.R. Mohammed (Iraq)
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649-046 Characterisation of Ultra Wideband Frequency Modulated and Step Frequency Radar with Range Gating
M.J. Øyan, S.-E. Hamran, T. Berger, and L. Hanssen (Norway)
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649-050 Experimental Characterization of Building Penetration Loss of a Hospital from 55-1950MHz
N.J. LaSorte, W.J. Barnes, and H.H. Refai (USA)
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