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Title: The modelling and design of radio tomography antennas
Authors: Vogt, DR
Keywords: Radio tomography antennas
Tomographic images
Radio-wave amplitude data
Antennas
Issue Date: Sep-2000
Publisher: University of York
Citation: Vogt, DR. 2000. The modelling and design of radio tomography antennas. University of York.
Series/Report no.: Workflow;8749
Abstract: In this thesis, Radio Tomography is the name of a geophysical technique for imaging the attenuation of high frequency continuous wave radio waves in the plane between two boreholes in the earth. One of the central problems of radio tomography imaging is the conversion from measured field strength to attenuation. To create tomographic images from cross-hole radio-wave amplitude data, the gain of the antennas is required.
Description: A thesis presented for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Department of Electronics, University of York
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/5821
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