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The millimeter-range systems of radio vision. Part 2 — comparison and integration with optical channels, results of experiments

A. N. Zubkov


The paper gives comparison of information capacity of the millimeter-range radar channel with that of optical channels. Both types of channels, used for observation of ground targets, can be integrated in a single electrodynamic structure. Results of experimental investigations of informative criteria of ground targets in the millimeter range are included.

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ZUBKOV, A.N. The millimeter-range systems of radio vision. Part 1 — principles of design. Radioelectron. Commun. Syst., v.48, n.9, p.1-9, 2005. DOI:

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