Special Issue "Sensors for Microwave Imaging and Detection"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2018) | Viewed by 50621
Interests: microwave and millimeter-wave imaging and detection; inverse scattering; high-frequency electromagnetism; microwave devices and antennas; numerical methods for computer-aided analysis and design
This Special Issue on “Sensors for Microwave Imaging and Detection” aims at bringing together a rapidly-growing community of engineers and scientists who work in this field. This research defines the next frontier of wireless technology. The end of the 20th century saw the first wireless revolution which brought about ubiquitous mobile communications. Since, we have witnessed dramatic decrease in the price and size of microwave and millimeter-wave electronics along with the advent of the radio-on-a-chip (RoC), the software-defined radio (SDR), and the single-chip radars operating well into the 70-GHz bands. This has enabled exponential growth of applications in imaging, diagnostics and vehicle guidance. From automotive radar to tissue imaging, from concealed-weapon detection to search and rescue, microwave-sensor research aims at improving our safety and our quality of life.
This Special Issue includes articles that review the state-of-the-art in microwave and millimeter-wave sensors and devices used in both far-field and near-field measurements. It also presents original research on new devices and system-level architectures. A wide variety of applications are addressed, including biomedical imaging, biosensing, biotelemetry, concealed-weapon detection, non-destructive testing, automotive radar, and vehicle guidance.
Prof. Dr. Natalia K. Nikolova
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- Microwave sensors
- Millimeter-wave sensors
- Microwave imaging
- Biomedical imaging
- Concealed-weapon detection
- Non-destructive testing
- Automotive radar