NG002:
Antennas: Nonlinear Properties and Applications





Session ID#: 27254

Session Description:
An antenna is an electrical device that converts electric power into electromagnetic waves with frequencies ranging between 3 kHz to 300 GHz, and can act as both a transmitter and a receiver. There are a broad range of antenna designs each of which has unique properties including: operating with good-to-excellent performance at one or more different frequencies simultaneously for wideband and multiband applications, unidirectional, omni-directional, large or compact in size.

We welcome abstracts from those conducting research on the properties and applications of antennas in geophysics including airborne and space applications.

Primary Convener:  Christopher C Barton, Wright State University, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Dayton, OH, United States
Conveners:  Sarah F Tebbens, Wright State University, Department of Physics, Dayton, OH, United States and Tony C Kim, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Wright-Patterson, OH, United States
Index Terms:

0609 Antennas [ELECTROMAGNETICS]
0674 Signal processing and adaptive antennas [ELECTROMAGNETICS]
4440 Fractals and multifractals [NONLINEAR GEOPHYSICS]
4475 Scaling: spatial and temporal [NONLINEAR GEOPHYSICS]

Abstracts Submitted to this Session:

Tony C Kim, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Wright-Patterson, OH, United States, George D Kakas, USAF, Wpafb, OH, United States and Linda P Zhu, USAF, AFRL, Wpafb, OH, United States
Sarah F Tebbens1, Christopher C Barton2, David Joseph Peterman2, Jordan J Ewing1, Christopher S Abbott2 and Mateen M Rizki3, (1)Wright State University, Department of Physics, Dayton, OH, United States, (2)Wright State University, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Dayton, OH, United States, (3)Wright State University, Computer Science and Engineering, Dayton, OH, United States
Christopher C Barton1, Sarah F Tebbens2, Jordan J Ewing2, David Joseph Peterman1 and Mateen M Rizki3, (1)Wright State University, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Dayton, OH, United States, (2)Wright State University, Department of Physics, Dayton, OH, United States, (3)Wright State University, Computer Science and Engineering, Dayton, OH, United States