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Antenna Array Beamforming for Low Probability of Intercept Radars 

Goad, Daniel (2013-11-08)
A radar system's focus on low probability of intercept (LPI) performance has become increasingly important as systems designed for electronic support measures (ESM) and electronic counter measures (ECM) continue to become ...

Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) as Electron Emitters for Plasmas Operating in Subatmospheric pressure under DC and Pulsed Fields 

Li, Huirong (2014-05-05)
Subatmospheric pressure is defined as the pressure from several milliTorr to several hundred Torr. The plasmas operated in subatmospheric pressure have the advantages of easier construction and stable operation. The ...

Detecting stalled or slow-moving vehicles at night by Optical Sensing - a feasibility study 

Okelana, Olufeni (2014-12-04)
In developing countries and areas without adequate infrastructure, a system that can work towards automobile accident reduction without heavy infrastructural dependence or in-vehicle installation will have a shorter ...

A Dual-Band Metamaterial Antenna 

Ashtari, Reza (2014-05-02)
Metamaterials have a wide variety of potential applications in areas such as optics, acoustics and RF design. Split-Ring Resonators (SRR) are fundamental sub-wavelength structures found in metamaterial design. An adaptation ...

Laser beam shaping and transformation using freeform surface design 

Zhu, Xiangchao (2014-05-02)
Lasers are used in many areas including material processing (lithography, semiconductor manufacturing), welding, cutting, drilling, medical procedures (eye surgery and cosmetic skin treatments), and optical data processing. ...