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8 December 2006 Millimeter-wave array receivers for remote sensing
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Recent developments in millimeter-wave receiver have enabled new remote sensing capabilities. MMIC circuits operating at frequencies as high as 200 GHz have enabled low-cost mass producible integrated receivers suitable for array applications. We will describe several ground-based demonstrations of this technology including development of integrated spectral line receivers for atmospheric remote sensing, a synthetic thinned aperture radiometer for atmospheric sounding and imaging and polarimetric array radiometers for astrophysics applications.
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Todd Gaier, Pekka Kangaslahti, Alan Tanner, Bjorn Lambrigtsen, Shannon Brown, Michael Seiffert, Douglas Dawson, Sander Weinreb, William J. Wilson, Boon Lim, Christofer Ruf, and Jeffrey Piepmeier "Millimeter-wave array receivers for remote sensing", Proc. SPIE 6410, Microwave Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere and Environment V, 64100G (8 December 2006); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.697830
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