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IGARSS 2015 - 2015 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium

The Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS) seeks to advance science and technology in geoscience, remote sensing and related fields using conferences, education and other resources. Its fields of interest are the theory, concepts and techniques of science and engineering as they apply to the remote sensing of the earth, oceans, atmosphere, and space, as well as the processing, interpretation and dissemination of this information.

  • IGARSS 2014 - 2014 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium

    GRSS seeks to advance science and technology in geoscience, remote sensing and related fields. IGARSS begins with a plenary session and tutorials on the most up-to-date topics. Paper, panel and poster sessions will be scheduled. The exhibit hall features the latest in geoscience instruments, equipment, software, publications, and scientific programs.

  • IGARSS 2013 - 2013 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium

    GRSS seeks to advance science and technology in geoscience, remote sensing and related fields. IGARSS begins with a plenary session and tutorials on the most up-to-date topics. Paper, panel and poster sessions will be scheduled. The exhibit hall features the latest in geoscience instruments, equipment, software, publications, and scientific programs.

  • IGARSS 2012 - 2012 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium

    Remote Sensing Techniques and Applications.

  • IGARSS 2011 - 2011 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium

    To gather world-class scientists, engineers and educators engaged in the fields of geoscience and remote sensing to meet and present their latest activities. Nearly 1900 participants from all over the world attended technical sessions, tutorials, exhibits and social activities at the 2010 event in Hawaii.

  • IGARSS 2010 - 2010 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium

    Remote Sensing techniques and applications


2014 International Radar Conference (Radar)

Radar 2014 cover all aspects of radar systems for civil, security and defence application. Waveform design, beamforming, signal processing, Emerging applications and technologies, sub-systems technologies, Radar environment.

  • 2012 International Radar Conference (Radar)

    Radar Environment/Phenomenology, Radar Systems, Remote Sensing from Airborne/Spaceborne Systems, Waveform Design, Beamforming/Signal Processing, Emerging Applications, Advanced Sub-Systems, Computer Modelling, Simulation/Validation.

  • 2011 IEEE CIE International Conference on Radar (Radar)

    This series of successfully organized international conference on radar shows the very fruitful cooperation between IEEE AESS, IET/UK, SEE/France, EA/Australia CIE/China, and the academy societies of other countries , such as Germany, Russia, Japan, Korea and Poland. Radar 2011 is a forum of radar engineers and scientists from all over the world. The conference topics of Radar 2011 will cover all aspects of radar system for civil and defense applications.

  • 2009 International Radar Conference Radar "Surveillance for a Safer World" (RADAR 2009)

    The conference will focus on new research and developments in the field of radar techniques for both military and civil applications. Topics to be covered at Radar 2009 include: Radar Environment and Phenomenology Radar Systems Remote Sensing from Airborne or Spaceborne Systems Waveform Design, Beamforming and Signal Processing Emerging Radar Applications Emerging Technologies Advanced Sub-Systems Technologies Computer Modeling, Simulation and V


2013 7th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP)

The conference covers all aspects of antennas, propagation, antenna and radar cross section measurement techniques, and their applications.

  • 2012 6th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP)

    EuCAP2012 provides an ideal and unique place in Europe for the exchange of scientific and technical information, at academic and industrial levels, on the latest results and developments in antenna theory and technology, in electromagnetic wave propagation on antenna measurement techniques.

  • 2011 5th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP)

    EuCAP2011 provides an ideal and unique place in Europe for the exchange of scientific and technical information, at academic and industrial levels, on the latest results and developments in antenna theory and technology, in electromagnetic wave propagation ona antenna measurement techniques

  • 2010 4th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP)

    EuCAP 2010 is a one-week international conference organized by the European Association of Antennas and Propagation (EurAAP) reviewing the latest significant advancements in antenna and propagation principles and technology. Over 1100 delegates will present their latest results through a most comprehensive program, typically including more than 900 reviewed papers immediately available in IEEE Xplore.


2013 IEEE Aerospace Conference

The international IEEE Aerospace Conference is organized to promote interdisciplinary understanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science and technology, and their applications to government and commercial endeavors. The annual, weeklong conference, set in a stimulating and thought -provoking environment, is designed for aerospace experts, academics, military personnel, and industry leaders.

  • 2012 IEEE Aerospace Conference

    The international IEEE Aerospace Conference is organized to promote interdisciplinary understanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science and technology, and their applications to government and commercial endeavors. The annual, weeklong conference, set in a stimulating and thought-provoking environment, is designed for aerospace experts, academics, military personnel, and industry leaders.

  • 2011 IEEE Aerospace Conference

    The international IEEE Aerospace Conference is organized to promote interdisciplinary understanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science and technology, and their applications to government and commercial endeavors.

  • 2010 IEEE Aerospace Conference

    The international IEEE Aerospace Conference is organized to promote interdisciplinary understanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science and technology, and their applications to government and commercial endeavors.

  • 2009 IEEE Aerospace Conference

    The international IEEE Aerospace Conference promotes interdisciplinary understanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science and technology, and their applications to government and commercial endeavors. It is an annual, week-long conference designed for aerospace experts, academics, military personnel, and industry leaders and is set in a stimulating, thought-provoking environment.

  • 2008 IEEE Aerospace Conference

    The international IEEE Aerospace Conference is organized to promote interdisciplinary understanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science and technology, and their applications to government and commercial endeavors. It is an annual, week-long conference designed for aerospace experts, academics, military personnel, and industry leaders and is set in a stimulating and thought-provoking environment.

  • 2007 IEEE Aerospace Conference


2013 IEEE/AIAA 32nd Digital Avionics Systems Conference (DASC)

DASC is the premier annual conference providing authors an opportunity for publication and presentation to an international audience of papers encompassing the field of avionics systems for aircraft/rotorcraft/unmanned aircraft (commercial, military, general aviation) launch vehicles, missiles, spacecraft, and space transportation systems, navigation, guidance/control of flight, computers, communications, sensors (radar, infrared, visual bands), avionics architectures and data networking, communications networks, software, crew interface, space and ground components needed for the operation of military, commercial, and business aircraft, and avionics electrical power generation and control, Student papers are entered into a judged competition.


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Study on extraction methods for water information in Nantong city, China using Landsat ETM+ data

Zhenhua Chao; Ming Sheng 2011 International Conference on Remote Sensing, Environment and Transportation Engineering, 2011

To select an optimal method for Nantong region, the study compared normalized difference water index (NDWI), modified normalized difference water index (MNDWI) and relation of spectrum to extract water information with Landsat ETM+ data. Supervised classification that needs training site was used to evaluate the results. Relation of spectrum could accurately extract wide water body such as Tong-Lu canal, but ...


Neural-fuzzy classification for segmentation of remotely sensed images

Sei-Wang Chen; Chi-Farn Chen; Meng-Seng Chen; Shen Cheng; Chiung-Yao Fang; Kuo-En Chang IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, 1997

An unsupervised classification technique conceptualized in terms of neural and fuzzy disciplines for the segmentation of remotely sensed images is presented. The process consists of three major steps: 1) pattern transformation; 2) neural classification; 3) fuzzy grouping. In the first step, the multispectral patterns of image pixels are transformed into what we call coarse patterns. In the second step, a ...


An orthogonal subspace based signal design framework for satellite-terrestrial cognitive coexistence

Na Gu; Linling Kuang; Zuyao Ni; Jianhua Lu 2015 IEEE 14th International Conference on Cognitive Informatics & Cognitive Computing (ICCI*CC), 2015

To address the spectrum scarcity caused by the development of broadband services, cognitive radio is recognized as one of the most effective methods. Herein, in the perspective of cognitive radio, we study anti-interference techniques for the coexistence of satellite and terrestrial systems with the terrestrial downlink as primary and the satellite reverse link as secondary. First, a design framework based ...


Marconi completes two new British satellites

Electronics and Power, 1974

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The dynamic Allan variance

Lorenzo Galleani; Patrizia Tavella IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control, 2009

We present and discuss the dynamic Allan variance, a measure of the time- varying stability of an atomic clock. First, the dynamic Allan variance is mathematically defined, then its behavior is extensively tested on simulated and experimental data. The results prove the validity and the effectiveness of the proposed new tool.


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Study on extraction methods for water information in Nantong city, China using Landsat ETM+ data

Zhenhua Chao; Ming Sheng 2011 International Conference on Remote Sensing, Environment and Transportation Engineering, 2011

To select an optimal method for Nantong region, the study compared normalized difference water index (NDWI), modified normalized difference water index (MNDWI) and relation of spectrum to extract water information with Landsat ETM+ data. Supervised classification that needs training site was used to evaluate the results. Relation of spectrum could accurately extract wide water body such as Tong-Lu canal, but ...


Neural-fuzzy classification for segmentation of remotely sensed images

Sei-Wang Chen; Chi-Farn Chen; Meng-Seng Chen; Shen Cheng; Chiung-Yao Fang; Kuo-En Chang IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, 1997

An unsupervised classification technique conceptualized in terms of neural and fuzzy disciplines for the segmentation of remotely sensed images is presented. The process consists of three major steps: 1) pattern transformation; 2) neural classification; 3) fuzzy grouping. In the first step, the multispectral patterns of image pixels are transformed into what we call coarse patterns. In the second step, a ...


An orthogonal subspace based signal design framework for satellite-terrestrial cognitive coexistence

Na Gu; Linling Kuang; Zuyao Ni; Jianhua Lu 2015 IEEE 14th International Conference on Cognitive Informatics & Cognitive Computing (ICCI*CC), 2015

To address the spectrum scarcity caused by the development of broadband services, cognitive radio is recognized as one of the most effective methods. Herein, in the perspective of cognitive radio, we study anti-interference techniques for the coexistence of satellite and terrestrial systems with the terrestrial downlink as primary and the satellite reverse link as secondary. First, a design framework based ...


Marconi completes two new British satellites

Electronics and Power, 1974

None


The dynamic Allan variance

Lorenzo Galleani; Patrizia Tavella IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control, 2009

We present and discuss the dynamic Allan variance, a measure of the time- varying stability of an atomic clock. First, the dynamic Allan variance is mathematically defined, then its behavior is extensively tested on simulated and experimental data. The results prove the validity and the effectiveness of the proposed new tool.


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  • Digital Communications by Satellite

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Digital Operations of a Bent-Pipe Satellite System Digital Speech Interpolation INTELSAT TDMA/DSI System Processing Satellites Performance Considerations for Digital Satellite Communications Link Budgets for Digital Satellites

  • Acknowledgments

    The maps in this book are drawn with satellites, assembled with pixels radioed from outer space, and constructed from statistics; they record situations of intense conflict and express fundamental transformations in our ways of seeing and of experiencing space. These maps are built with Global Positioning Systems (GPS), remote sensing satellites, or Geographic Information Systems (GIS): digital spatial hardware and software designed for such military and governmental uses as reconnaissance, secrecy, monitoring, ballistics, the census, and national security. Rather than shying away from the politics and complexities of their intended uses, in Close Up at a Distance Laura Kurgan attempts to illuminate them. Poised at the intersection of art, architecture, activism, and geography, her analysis uncovers the implicit biases of the new views, the means of recording information they present, and the new spaces they have opened up. Her presentation of these maps reclaims, repurposes, and discovers new and even inadvertent uses for them, including documentary, memorial, preservation, interpretation, political, or simply aesthetic. GPS has been available to both civilians and the military since 1991; the World Wide Web democratized the distribution of data in 1992; Google Earth has captured global bird's-eye views since 2005. Technology has brought about a revolutionary shift in our ability to navigate, inhabit, and define the spatial realm. The traces of interactions, both physical and virtual, charted by the maps in Close Up at a Distance define this shift.

  • Conclusion

    Global warming skeptics often fall back on the argument that the scientific case for global warming is all model predictions, nothing but simulation; they warn us that we need to wait for real data, "sound science." In A Vast Machine Paul Edwards has news for these doubters: without models, there are no data. Today, no collection of signals or observations--even from satellites, which can "see" the whole planet with a single instrument--becomes global in time and space without passing through a series of data models. Everything we know about the world's climate we know through models. Edwards offers an engaging and innovative history of how scientists learned to understand the atmosphere --to measure it, trace its past, and model its future. Edwards argues that all our knowledge about climate change comes from three kinds of computer models: simulation models of weather and climate; reanalysis models, which recreate climate history from historical weather data; and data models, used to combine and adjust measurements from many different sources. Meteorology creates knowledge through an infrastructure (weather stations and other data platforms) that covers the whole world, making global data. This infrastructure generates information so vast in quantity and so diverse in quality and form that it can be understood only by computer analysis--making data global. Edwards describes the science behind the scientific consensus on climate change, arguing that over the years data and models have converged to create a stable, reliable, and trustworthy basis for the reality of global warming.

  • Galileo

    Galileo comprises a space segment, a ground segment, and a user segment. The fully deployed system consists of a minimum of 24 satellites and extensive worldwide ground infrastructure. This chapter provides a brief history of Galileo and provides detailed characteristics of Galileo signals. Galileo was designed to offer four navigation services as well as a search and rescue service. The Open Service (OS) provides signals for timing and positioning to anyone, free of user charges. The Safety-of-Life service (SoL) had originally been developed to provide assured integrity signals for timing and positioning. The GMS uses a global network of Galileo Sensor Stations (GSS) to monitor Galileo downlink signals for two purposes: measurement of orbit and clock offsets from each satellite, and monitoring the integrity of each signal. The chapter summarizes the frequency plan using what has become Galileo's notation.

  • Electrons in War and Peace

    This chapter contains sections titled: War Stimulates Invention Radar Began with Hertz Microwave Radar Countermeasures Termination of the Work Spin-Offs in Peace Time Sonar: Underwater ¿Radar¿ Electronic Aids to Navigation Mobile Communications From Missiles to Satellites Satellites that Talk Back Eyes in the Skies For Further Reading

  • Notes

    Global warming skeptics often fall back on the argument that the scientific case for global warming is all model predictions, nothing but simulation; they warn us that we need to wait for real data, "sound science." In A Vast Machine Paul Edwards has news for these doubters: without models, there are no data. Today, no collection of signals or observations--even from satellites, which can "see" the whole planet with a single instrument--becomes global in time and space without passing through a series of data models. Everything we know about the world's climate we know through models. Edwards offers an engaging and innovative history of how scientists learned to understand the atmosphere --to measure it, trace its past, and model its future. Edwards argues that all our knowledge about climate change comes from three kinds of computer models: simulation models of weather and climate; reanalysis models, which recreate climate history from historical weather data; and data models, used to combine and adjust measurements from many different sources. Meteorology creates knowledge through an infrastructure (weather stations and other data platforms) that covers the whole world, making global data. This infrastructure generates information so vast in quantity and so diverse in quality and form that it can be understood only by computer analysis--making data global. Edwards describes the science behind the scientific consensus on climate change, arguing that over the years data and models have converged to create a stable, reliable, and trustworthy basis for the reality of global warming.

  • Beidou System

    This chapter provides a brief history of BeiDou and summarizes current plans of BeiDou System (BDS) and describes what is known about BeiDou signals. BeiDou is an operational regional system growing into a global system. BeiDou Phase 1 provided regional positioning and short messaging service using radio determination satellite system (RDSS). RDSS positioning accuracy depends on a number of factors, including the accuracy of measuring the round-trip interrogation and response, knowledge of the satellite locations, knowledge of the terminal's altitude, and the geometry. GEO satellites are denoted BeiDou-G, IGSO satellites are designated BeiDou- IGSO, and MEO satellites designated BeiDou-M. The ground system is known as the BeiDou Ground Base Enhancement System (BGBES). BeiDou Phase 2 transmits six signals on three carrier frequencies; two of which have a signal intended for open use is in- phase, with a signal for authorized use on the corresponding quadrature component.

  • Control of Multivehicle Aerospace Systems

    Aircraft and spacecraft have been perhaps the most visible and awe-inspiring applications for control technology. The continuing march toward, and achievement of, ever higher performance in flight control have seemed inexorable and a perpetual source of problems as challenging as any that controls researchers could wish for. Yet, while difficult problems in vehicle flight control remain outstanding, it is fair to say that algorithmic research in this area has encountered the law of diminishing returns. As discussed in Chapter 11, substantial challenges remain in single-vehicle control, related to the cost-effective development and deployment of controllers rather than new algorithms and theories. That aerospace control remains a vigorous, exciting field from algorithmic and theoretical perspectives as well can be attributed in large part to a broad new research direction: the control of multivehicle systems. This chapter discusses three different and important multivehicle aerospace challenges. The first is in commercial aviation, where government and industry are seeking radical alternatives to today's air traffic control technology. Concepts such as ?>free flight?> promise substantial improvements in safety and operational efficiencyï¿¿-ï¿¿under the proviso that the enabling control technology is available. The second example presented is formation flying for uninhabited combat air vehicles (DCAVs), with fleet coordination and autonomy requiring new fundamental research. Finally, the control of satellite clusters is discussed. This application is motivated by the cost and failure rates of large monolithic satellites and by the additional capabilities, such as synthetic aperture radar, that can be achieved by p recise positioning of spatially distributed satellites. Multivehicle systems are now a topic of general interest in control and automation; the interest is not limited to aerospace. Chapter 14 notes applications to road vehicles, including platooning automobiles.

  • Coplanar Waveguide Applications

    This chapter discusses several emerging applications of coplanar waveguides (CPWs), including microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) based switches and phase shifters, high-T c superconducting transmission lines, tunable devices using ferroelectric materials, photonic bandgap structures, and printed circuit antennas. These components and systems make possible several new applications involving the transmission, display, and processing of information at a very high data rate through satellites and wireless networks.

  • Actuators

    This chapter contains sections titled: Actuators and Amplifiers Compared EM Actuator Phenomena Polarized Electro-Magnet Actuators Two-Coil Actuators Non-Polarized Electro-Magnet Actuators Electro-Magnet Configurations AC and DC Electro-Magnets Compared Electro-Magnet Configurations Solenoid Valves Motor Driven Actuators Inertia Wheels for Satellites Torque Coils for Satellites Stabilizing Gyroscopes for Ships Piezoelectric Actuators Electro-static Actuation Magnetic Repulsion Forming Magnetic Rail Guns Magnetostriction Actuators Microminiature Actuators



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