SPLICE Publication: The effect of polarization on nonlinear junction detection

Imagine you just moved to a new home or are renting a place for a weekend trip. A visual inventory can help you figure out where the refrigerator, TV, and even some security cameras are, but what if there are additional, hidden, electronic devices that were left behind by others? This paper focuses on detecting electronic devices, all of which have circuit elements and specific properties that are unique to these circuit elements. By illuminating these elements with a unique radar, we show that the presence of devices can be detected.

To learn more, check out the publication!

Gregory Mazzaro, Kyle Gallagher, Kelly Sherbondy, Alex Bouvy, Beatrice Perez, Timothy Pierson, and David Kotz. Harmonic response vs. target orientation: a preliminary study of the effect of polarization on nonlinear junction detection. Proceedings of the SPIE Radar Sensor Technology XXVI, volume 12108, article 1210803, 21 pages. Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers, May 27, 2022. doi:10.1117/12.2617881. ©Copyright SPIE.

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