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Detection and identification using natural frequency of the perfect electrically conducting (PEC) sphere in the frequency and time domain

Detection and identification using natural frequency of the perfect electrically conducting (PEC) sphere in the frequency and time domain,10.1109/APS.

Detection and identification using natural frequency of the perfect electrically conducting (PEC) sphere in the frequency and time domain  
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The electromagnetic scattering response from a target can be modeled by its natural SEM poles. In this paper, we describe two methodologies to detect and identify the target. One methodology is to make a library of the poles of the target using the Cauchy method. Another proposed methodology is to detect and identify the target using the matrix pencil method. Results are presented for a 0.1 m (diameter) perfect electrically conducting (PEC) sphere.
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