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Analysis of Radar Cross Section for Naval Vessels with Metamaterials and Radar Absorbing Materials
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 Title & Authors
Analysis of Radar Cross Section for Naval Vessels with Metamaterials and Radar Absorbing Materials
Hwang, Joon-Tae; Hong, Suk-Yoon; Kwon, Hyun-Wung; Kim, Jong-Chul; Song, Jee-Hun;
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 Abstract
This paper are mainly focusing on the facts influencing on RCS reductions, appling radar absorbing materials by using RCS contributions of elements and appling a metamaterials which is high-tech radar absorbing materials. RCS analysis results are given for a simplified ship model, with radar absorbing materials and metamaterials cause RCS reduction in terms of mean values.
 Keywords
Radar cross section;Multi-bounce effect;Naval Vessels;Radar absorbing materials;Metamaterials;
 Language
Korean
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