Article


Article Code : 139308051645542814(DOI : 10.7508/jist.2015.03.004)

Article Title : Effects of Wave Polarization on Microwave Imaging Using Linear Sampling Method

Journal Number : 11 Summer 2015

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List of Authors

  Full Name Email Grade Degree Corresponding Author
1 Mehdi Salar Kaleji mehdi.salar@gmail.com - M.Sc
2 Mohammad Zoofaghari zoofaghari@aut.ac.ir - -
3 reza Safian rsafian@cc.iut.ac.ir - PhD
4 Zaker Hossein Firouzeh zhfiruozeh@cc.iut.ac Assistant Professor PhD

Abstract

Linear Sampling Method (LSM) is a simple and effective method for the shape reconstruction of unknown objects. It is also a fast and robust method to find the location of an object. This method is based on far field operator which relates the far field radiation to its associated line source in the object. There has been an extensive research on different aspects of the method. But from the experimental point of view there has been little research especially on the effect of polarization on the imaging quality of the method. In this paper, we study the effect of polarization on the quality of shape reconstruction of two dimensional targets. Some examples are illustrated to compare the effect of transverse electric (TE) and transverse magnetic (TM) polarizations, on the reconstruction quality of penetrable and non-penetrable objects.