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Facet-Based Investigation on EM Scattering From Electrically Large Sea Surface With Two-Scale Profiles: Theoretical Model

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3 Author(s)
Min Zhang ; Sch. of Sci., Xidian Univ., Xi''an, China ; Hui Chen ; Hong-Cheng Yin

This paper is aimed at developing an applicable and feasible facet model, which formulation should be tractable and time saving for personal computers to take charge of the efficient evaluation on the complex reflective function of large-scope 2-D oceans, either in the monostatic or bistatic case. The sea surface is envisaged as a two-scale profile on which the long waves are locally approximated by planar facets. The microscopic profile within a facet is assumed to be represented by a set of sinusoidal ripple patches. The complex reflective function of each modified facet is evaluated by a modified formula of the original Bass and Fuks' two-scale model, in which the phase factor of each facet is with the capillary wave modification. Several examples with application to the frozen or time-evolving case are given to prove the implementation.

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Geoscience and Remote Sensing, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:49 ,  Issue: 6 )

Date of Publication:

June 2011

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