bistatic reflectivity

bistatic reflectivity

[′bī‚stad·ik rē‚flek′tiv·əd·ē]
(optics)
The characteristic of a reflector which reflects energy along a line, or lines, different from or in addition to that of the incident ray.
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We measured the bistatic reflectivity of hollow pyramidal absorbers by using a very simple, two-antenna, free-space reflectivity measurement method, also known as the contactless, nondestructive, evaluation method [32-34].
The bistatic reflectivity was measured by comparing the two reflection coefficients in "dB" units.
Vanderford, "Bistatic reflectivity measurements at X, Ku, Ka and W-band frequencies," Proceedings of the 2001 IEEE Radar Conference, 2001.
And bistatic imaging system can exploit non-backscattering information included in the bistatic reflectivity of targets, which is helpful to classify and identify different kinds of targets [7,8].