2 edition of Remote sensing by infrared and microwave radiometry found in the catalog.
Remote sensing by infrared and microwave radiometry
Velayudh Krishna Menon
|Statement||by Velayudh Krishna Menon and Robert A. Ragotzkie.|
|Series||University of Wisconsin. Dept. of Meteorology. Technical report no. 31|
|Contributions||Ragotzkie, Robert A., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QC851 .W57 no. 31, QC809.R3 .W57 no. 31|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 59 p.|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||70628769|
Atmospheric Remote Sensing by Microwave Radiometry. with the objective of making the rest of the book intelligible to. and infrared regions of the electromagnetic s~ctmm. Description: This book contains papers by well renowned scientists from all over world including Eastern Europe which were presented during a specialist meeting on microwave radiometry and its applications to remote sensing of the atmosphere and the surface of the earth held in Florence, Italy, in March
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Eighth Intl. Symp. Remote Sensing of the Earth Environment, Environment Research Institute of Michigan, Ann Arbor, pp. –, Google Scholar. Robert A. Schowengerdt, in Remote Sensing (Third edition), Publisher Summary. This chapter outlines the basic models appropriate to the optical region from the visible through the thermal infrared region.
The science of radiometry is applied to define the major processes involved in remote sensing in this spectral region. The chapter. Welcome to the website of Microwave Radar and Radiometric Remote Sensing.
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A microwave radiometer (MWR) is a radiometer that measures energy emitted at millimetre-to-centimetre wavelengths (frequencies of 1– GHz) known as ave radiometers are very sensitive receivers designed to measure thermal electromagnetic radiation emitted by atmospheric gases.
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It is more common to refer to microwave radiation in terms of frequency, f, rather than wavelength, λ. • The microwave range is approx. GHz to GHz. This book contains papers by well renowned scientists from all over world including Eastern Europe which were presented during a specialist meeting on microwave radiometry and its applications to remote sensing of the atmosphere and the surface of the earth held in Florence, Italy, in March The book focuses on image formation or focusing, treats platform motion and image focusing, and is suitable for students, radar engineers, and microwave remote sensing researchers.
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Methods and Materials for Remote Sensing: Infrared Photo-Detectors, Radiometers and Arrays presents the basic principles and the guidelines for the design of IR and microwave radiometers intended for the detection of weak electromagnetic signals in a noisy background.
Significant attention is paid in this book to the discussion of the origin of the noises and consideration of .Description A successor to the classic Artech House Microwave Remote Sensing series, this comprehensive and up-to-date resource previously published by University of Michigan Press .Significant attention is paid in this book to the discussion of the origin of the noises and consideration of the physical factors limiting the sensitivity of photo sensors.
The physico-chemical properties of narrow-band semiconductors, which are the basic photosensitive materials for the microwave and IR radiometry, are discussed.