A recently introduced method to map the electromagnetic field intensity at the ground from airborne surveys is considered. The effect of the distance between the sensor’s antennas on the performances of the algorithm is first discussed under the assumption of a completely incoherent electromagnetic radiation from the ground. Then, an extension to a partially coherent scene wherein the sources are assumed to reside beneath a vegetation layer is provided.

Mapping the electromagnetic field intensity at the ground: analysis of an incoherent scene and extension to a partially coherent scenario

BUCCI, OVIDIO MARIO;CAPOZZOLI, AMEDEO;D'ELIA, GIUSEPPE;LISENO, ANGELO
2006

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A recently introduced method to map the electromagnetic field intensity at the ground from airborne surveys is considered. The effect of the distance between the sensor’s antennas on the performances of the algorithm is first discussed under the assumption of a completely incoherent electromagnetic radiation from the ground. Then, an extension to a partially coherent scene wherein the sources are assumed to reside beneath a vegetation layer is provided.
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