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Since the field scattered from all but the simplest of objects can not be calculated exactly, a wide variety of techniques have been proposed to identify objects by the radiation scattered from them. Given the incident pulse shape, the exact response of simple geometrical targets may be calculated in the time domain. Furthermore, the measurement window achieved by the optoelectronic gating technique enables only scattered signal from the target to be detected, providing background free measurements. The time domain response for the MiG has extensive signal after the initial specular reflection. Impulse techniques have several experimental advantages over single frequency methods for scale ranging including the elimination of interfering background signals and simultaneous acquisition of many frequencies.

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Because of the high frequencies that comprise our THz pulse we can measure the same response of a target down-scaled times that a real radar system would measure on a full size target.

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This allows us to verify that our scale ranging system is measuring the “true” scattering from a target.

Impulse techniques have several experimental advantages over single frequency methods for scale ranging including the elimination of interfering background signals and simultaneous acquisition of many frequencies.

Given the incident pulse shape, the utol target response of simple geometrical utol target may be calculated in the time domain. Freely propagating electromagnetic energy has been used extensively to detect and identify objects at a distance.

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The experimental set-up for THz ranging is shown below. Although this is usually done using a CW source in the frequency domain it has been recognized since the ‘s that the late time response to an impulse signal provides an intuitive and potentially simpler way to identify targets.

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The figure below shows the measured red and calculated utol target pulse shapes in the time domain for scattering from a 0. To a good approximation frequencies above 0. To measure the incident pulse a large flat aluminum mirror was used in place of the target, permitting the response of the receiver to be separated from the scattered field.

All targets are oriented perpendicular to the incident electric field. Check out our list of publications if you are more interested in this work.

Utol target Domain Impulse Ranging Using THz Pulses Freely propagating electromagnetic energy has been used extensively to detect and identify objects at a distance.

In our lab we uyol optoelectronic techniques to generate single cycle pulses of freely propagating radiation with frequency components extending beyond one THz, and demonstrate ultrawide bandwidth scattering from simple geometrical objects. The relatively short wavelengths of the THz pulse permit target features of less than one millimeter to be observed, making this technique ideal for scale ranging measurements since realistic target to wavelength ratios can be maintained.

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Furthermore, the measurement window achieved by the optoelectronic gating technique enables utol target scattered signal from the target to be detected, providing background free measurements. There is good agreement between the calculated and measured response.

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For a target distance of 64 cm the beam radius at 1 THz is 1. Since the field utol target from all but the simplest of objects can utol target be calculated exactly, a wide variety of techniques have been proposed to identify objects by the radiation scattered from them. The lack utoll a scattered signal for the Stealth aircraft within our signal to noise ratio indicates the effectiveness of the aircraft’s geometry, designed to reflect energy away from the detector.

The time domain response for the MiG has extensive signal after the initial specular reflection.