Preliminary results of crevasse detection experiment in the Antarctic by short pulse radar (abstract)

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概要

A preliminary crevasse detection experiment by short pulse radar was carried out in the crevasse area about 300m north of Tottuki Point on the Antarctic ice sheet during the 32nd Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition. The final objective of this experiment is to develop practical crevasse detection radar for the safe movement of snowmobiles in the Antarctic, especially under condition of whiteout and blizzard. The C-band (4.3GHz) radar used in the experiment has a capability to obtain high range resolution (about 8.8cm in ice) with short pulse length (1ns). A parabolic antenna with beam width of 5.6

著者

Watanabe Okitsugu National Institute of Polar Research, Research Organization of Information and Systems
Fujii Yoshiyuki National Institute of Polar Research, Research Organization of Information and Systems
Watanabe O National Institute Of Polar Research
Watanabe Okitsugu National Institute Of Polar Research
Fujii Yoshiyuki National Institute Of Polar Research
SUITZ Takeshi Communications Research Laboratory
URATSUKA Seiho Communications Research Laboratory
TAKAHASHI Akira Communications Research Laboratory
Takahashi Shuhei Department Of Civil Engineering Kitami Institute Of Technology
Watanabe O National Inst. Polar Res. Tokyo
Okamoto Ken'ichi Communications Research Laboratory
Uratsuka S Communications Research Laboratory
Okamoto K Communications Research Laboratory
Takahashi Akira Department Of Neurology Nagoya University School Of Medicine
Suzuki Toshitaka Faculty Of Science Yamagata University
Takahashi Akira Department of Neurology, Nagoya University School of Medicine

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