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Miradcom Far Infrared Imaging Radar Program
Author(s): William L. Gamble; B. D. Guenther; Richard L. Hartman; James F. Osmundsen; Paul W. Kruse
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Paper Abstract

The US Army Missile Research and Development Command has set up an instrumented propagation range at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, for the purpose of systematically identifying and exploring the effects of the atmosphere and materials reflectance (natural and cultural) on high angular resolution radar systems. The emphasis will be on propagation and reflectance measurements in the water vapor absorption windows around 730, 870, and 1,200 micrometers. This paper describes the techniques, apparatus, and goals, and provides detail about some Army interest in this spectral region.

Paper Details

Date Published: 26 August 1977
PDF: 10 pages
Proc. SPIE 0105, Far Infrared/Submillimeter Wave: Technology/Applications, (26 August 1977); doi: 10.1117/12.955446
Show Author Affiliations
William L. Gamble, US Army Missile Research and Development Command (United States)
B. D. Guenther, US Army Missile Research and Development Command (United States)
Richard L. Hartman, US Army Missile Research and Development Command (United States)
James F. Osmundsen, US Army Missile Research and Development Command (United States)
Paul W. Kruse, Corporate Research Center (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0105:
Far Infrared/Submillimeter Wave: Technology/Applications
Thomas S. Hartwick; Dean T. Hodges, Editor(s)

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