Radio Science

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Online ISSN: 1944-799X

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  1. Research Articles

    1. Buried object detection by means of a Lp Banach-space inversion procedure

      Claudio Estatico, Alessandro Fedeli, Matteo Pastorino and Andrea Randazzo

      Article first published online: 21 JAN 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/2014RS005542

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      Key Points

      • Electromagnetic inspection technique for buried object detection
      • Regularization in Banach spaces for tackling nonlinearity and ill-posedness
    2. Design and numerical verification of plasmonic cross antennas to generate localized circularly polarized light for all-optical magnetic recording

      Shinichiro Ohnuki, Tsukasa Kato, Yuta Takano, Yoshito Ashizawa and Katsuji Nakagawa

      Article first published online: 19 JAN 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/2014RS005563

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      Key Points

      • Ultrafast and high-density magnetic recording can be realized
      • The recording speed is about 100,000 times faster
      • The recording density becomes over 2 T bit/inch2
    3. Anomalous absorption, plasmonic resonances, and invisibility of radially anisotropic spheres

      Henrik Wallén, Henrik Kettunen and Ari Sihvola

      Article first published online: 13 JAN 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/2014RS005534

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      Key Points

      • A sphere with hyperbolic radial anisotropy can exhibit anomalous absorption
      • The quasistatic results are verified by puncturing the origin and adding losses
      • Good agreement between Mie series and quasistatics is found
    4. Antarctic radio frequency albedo and implications for cosmic ray reconstruction

      D. Z. Besson, J. Stockham, M. Sullivan, P. Allison, J. J. Beatty, K. Belov, W. R. Binns, C. Chen, P. Chen, J. M. Clem, A. Connolly, P. F. Dowkontt, P. W. Gorham, S. Hoover, M. H. Israel, A. Javaid, K. M. Liewer, S. Matsuno, C. Miki, M. Mottram, J. Nam, C. J. Naudet, R. J. Nichol, A. Romero-Wolf, L. Ruckman, D. Saltzberg, D. Seckel, R. Y. Shang, M. Stockham, G. S. Varner, A. G. Vieregg and Y. Wang

      Article first published online: 12 JAN 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/2013RS005315

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      Key Points

      • Solar radio radiation is used to determine Antarctic albedo
      • Reflection coefficients agree with Fresnel predictions at high incidence angles
      • Reflection coefficients are lower than expected at glancing incidence angles

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