CrossSections
•Functions and parameters contained in
this package:
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•Package functions and their basic documentation
along with simple examples
•CircularConductingCylinderRCS
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•CrossSections
•EllipsoidRCS
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Prolate or oblate ellipsoid:
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•FlatConductingCircularPlateRCS
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•MieBackscatterSumScaled
For infinite conductivity there is no explicit dependence
on the frequency.
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With 10 terms in the Mie Series:
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With 20 terms in the Mie Series:
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Here is a comparison of the scaled backscatter cross
section of a sphere with infinite conductivity with that of a sphere
of low conductivity (the dielectric properties in the latter case
are those of pure water at room temperature and at a frequency of
1 GHz)
This is a list of the dielectric constant and
conductivity of pure water:
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Here is loglog plot of these two cases, the
pure water curve is given in red:
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•MieBackscatterSum
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•ThinConductingStraightWireRCS
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