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Handbook of Ultra-Wideband Short-Range Sensing

Theory, Sensors, Applications

Sachs, Jürgen


1. Auflage November 2012
XX, 824 Seiten, Hardcover
471 Abbildungen
31 Tabellen

ISBN: 978-3-527-40853-5
Wiley-VCH, Berlin


Ranging from the theoretical basis of UWB sensors to the technologies and applications, this handbook is the one stop reference for electrical engineers, researchers, developers, appliers, students and specialists in sensing technology, specifically in microwave sensing.

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Ranging from the theoretical basis of UWB sensors via implementation issues to applications, this much-needed book bridges the gap between designers and appliers working in civil engineering, biotechnology, medical engineering, robotic, mechanical engineering, safety and homeland security.
From the contents:
* History
* Signal and systems in time and frequency domain
* Propagation of electromagnetic waves (in frequency and time domain)
* UWB-Principles
* UWB-antennas and applicators
* Data processing
* Applications

Ultra-Wideband Sensing - An Overview
Basic Concepts on Signal and System Theory
Principle of Ultra Wideband Sensor Electronics
Ultra - Wideband Radar
Electromagnetic Fields and Waves in Time and Frequency
Ultra - Wideband Sensing - the Road to New Radar Applications
Jürgen Sachs earned a Doctorate (Dr.-Ing.) in Electrical Engineering (surface acoustic wave devices) and a Dipl.-Ing. degree in Electrical Engineering (semi-conductor technology and components). Since 1985, he is Senior Lecturer at TU Ilmenau, Germany. He teaches
"Basics of Electrical Measurement Technology", "Methods of measurement for the information and communication technique", and "Eatellite navigation and radar". He is head of several research projects, and inter alia coordinator of European projects for humanitarian demining. His research areas cover RF-signal analysis and RF-system identification; Surface Penetrating Radar, Impulse Radiating Antennas; Ultra wideband (UWB) methods and their application in high resolution radar and impedance spectroscopy, digital processing of UWB-signals; UWB-Array-processing; and humanitarian anti-personal mine detection.

J. Sachs, Research staff