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Experimental comparison between induced surface current and scattered electromagnetic waves for a metal target with time-varying characteristics

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2 Author(s)
Bahr, A.J. ; SRI International, Remote Measurements Laboratory, Menlo Park, USA ; Petro, J.P.

The temporal behaviour of the electromagnetic scattering through a periodically short-circuited slot in a metal plate and of the surface current on that plate are compared experimentally. The results show that the changing surface current on the plate is the dominant source of the observed modulation on the scattered energy.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 25 )