Publications about '10 GHz'

Articles in journal or book chapters

  1. Jorge Jorge Ruiz, Risto Vehmas, Juha Lemmetyinen, Josu Uusitalo, Janne Lahtinen, Kari Lehtinen, Anna Kontu, Kimmo Rautiainen, Riku Tarvainen, Jouni Pulliainen, and Jaan Praks. SodSAR: A Tower-Based 1-10 GHz SAR System for Snow, Soil and Vegetation Studies. Sensors, 20(22), 2020. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  2. Silvan Leinss, Andreas Wiesmann, J. Lemmetyinen, and I. Hajnsek. Snow Water Equivalent of Dry Snow Measured by Differential Interferometry. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, 8(8):3773-3790, August 2015. Keyword(s): radar interferometry, remote sensing by radar, snow, Finland, SnowScat instrument, Sodankyla town, Xand Ku-band, active microwave remote sensing method, differential interferogram time series, differential radar interferometry, dry snow measurement, frequency 10 GHz, frequency 16 GHz, frequency 20 GHz, passive microwave remote sensing method, phase wrapping error, reference instrument, signal delay, snow density, snow pack spatial inhomogeneity, snow volume, snow water equivalent mapping, stratigraphy, temporal decorrelation, time 30 day, Backscatter, Ice, Instruments, Interferometry, Snow, Synthetic aperture radar, Coherence loss, SnowScat, dielectric constant of snow, differential interferometry (D-InSAR), dry snow, microwave penetration of snow, real aperture radar, snow water equivalent (SWE), synthetic aperture radar (SAR). [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  3. Angel Ribalta. Time-Domain Reconstruction Algorithms for FMCW-SAR. IEEE Geosci. Remote Sens. Lett., 8(3):396-400, May 2011. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, Time-Domain Back-Projection, TDBP, frequency-modulated continuous-wave, Ka-band, SAR, airborne SAR, FMCW, COBRA, Fraunhofer, FGAN, X-Band, W-Band, 10 GHz, 35 GHz, 94 GH, 220 GHz, 4 GHz Bandwidth at 35 and 94 GHz, 8 GHz Bandwidth at 220 GHz. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  4. Christian Matzler. Microwave permittivity of dry snow. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 34(2):573-581, 1996. Keyword(s): UHF measurement, hydrological equipment, permittivity, snow, -10 to 0 degC, 1 GHz, Austrian Alps, Swiss Alps, average axial ratio, coaxial sensor, density, destructive metamorphism, dry snow, ice grains, ice volume fraction, liquid-like surface layer, microwave permittivity, oblate spheroids, physical mixing theory, prolate spheroids, relative dielectric constant, relative permittivity, resometer, resonator, sintering, Coaxial components, Dielectric constant, Dielectric measurements, Frequency, Ice, Instruments, Measurement standards, Permittivity measurement, Snow, Testing. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  5. Christian Matzler and Urs Wegmuller. Dielectric properties of freshwater ice at microwave frequencies. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 20(12):1623, 1987. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]



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Author: Othmar Frey, Earth Observation and Remote Sensing, Institute of Environmental Engineering, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology - ETH Zurich .

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