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Publications about 'frequency 17.2 GHz'

Articles in journal or book chapters

  1. J.M.L. King, R. Kelly, A. Kasurak, C. Duguay, G. Gunn, and J.B. Mead. UW-Scat: A Ground-Based Dual-Frequency Scatterometer for Observation of Snow Properties. IEEE Geosci. Remote Sens. Lett., 10(3):528-532, May 2013. Keyword(s): geophysical equipment, snow, AD 2009 to 2011, Canada, Canadian Subarctic, Churchill, UW-Scat scatterometer, University of Waterloo scatterometer, angular width, azimuth user-programmable range, elevation angle, frequency 17.2 GHz, frequency 9.6 GHz, frequency-modulated continuous-wave radars, ground-based dual-frequency scatterometer, harsh environmental conditions, ice property observation, radar beam, snow property observation, terrestrial snow, two-axis positioning system, Backscatter, Calibration, Ice, Radar measurements, Radio frequency, Snow, Spaceborne radar, Radar polarimetry, scatterometer, snow. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  2. Helmut Rott, Simon H. Yueh, Donlad W. Cline, Claude Duguay, Richard Essery, Christian Haas, Florence Heliere, Michael Kern, Giovanni Macelloni, Eirik Malnes, Thomas Nagler, Jouni Pulliainen, H. Rebhan, and A. Thompson. Cold Regions Hydrology High-Resolution Observatory for Snow and Cold Land Processes. Proceedings of the IEEE, 98(5):752-765, May 2010. Keyword(s): glaciology, ice, remote sensing by radar, sea ice, snow, synthetic aperture radar, water, climate models, cold land processes, cold regions hydrology high-resolution observatory satellite mission, cryosphere, frequency 17.2 GHz, frequency 9.6 GHz, glaciers, global snow observations, global water cycle, lake ice, land snow, scattering signal decomposition, sea ice, synthetic aperture radar, water cycle variability prediction, Hydrology, Ice surface, Lakes, Land surface, Observatories, Satellites, Sea ice, Sea surface, Snow, Water resources, Climate research, earth observation satellite, glaciers, snow cover, synthetic aperture radar, water resources. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


Conference articles

  1. X. Xu, C. A. Baldi, J. De Bleser, Y. Lei, S. Yueh, and D. Esteban-Fernandez. Multi-Frequency Tomography Radar Observations of Snow Stratigraphy at Fraser During SnowEx. In IGARSS 2018 - 2018 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, pages 6269-6272, July 2018. Keyword(s): CW radar, FM radar, geophysical signal processing, hydrological techniques, radar polarimetry, radar signal processing, remote sensing by radar, snow, signal processing algorithm, snow free image, snow density, ground snow pit measurement, radar design, snow layer, multiple viewing positions, radar echo, tomography technique, radar channel, three-dimensional variability, fully polarimetric frequency-modulated continuous-wave radar, triple-frequency, 2017 NASA SnowEx campaign, Earth's terrestrial snow-covered regions, multiyear airborne snow campaign, Fraser, snow stratigraphy, multifrequency tomography radar observations, frequency 17.2 GHz, size 30.0 cm, frequency 9.6 GHz, frequency 13.5 GHz, Snow, Tomography, Synthetic aperture radar, Radar polarimetry, Spaceborne radar, Radar imaging, tomography, snow, FMCW radar, SWE. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  2. Charles L. Werner, Tazio Strozzi, Andreas Wiesmann, and Urs Wegmuller. A Real-Aperture Radar for Ground-Based Differential Interferometry. In Proc. IEEE Int. Geosci. Remote Sens. Symp., volume 3, pages 210-213, July 2008. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, Antenna measurements, Instruments, Interferometry, Monitoring, Radar antennas, Radar imaging, Receiving antennas, Satellites, Spaceborne radar, Terrain factors, antennas, geomorphology, geophysical equipment, radar interferometry, remote sensing by radar, rocks, spaceborne radar, synthetic aperture radar, GAMMA Portable Radar Interferometer, GPRI, frequency 17.2 GHz, ground-based differential interferometry, height measurements, image acquisition, in-situ radar imaging system, landslides, line-of-sight displacements, phase differences, photogrammetry systems, real-aperture radar, receiving antennas, rock fall warning system, slope stability, space-borne INSAR, space-borne SAR interferometry, surface topography, GAMMA, RAR, Radar Interferometer, glacier, landslide;. [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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