The purpose of the Ultra-Wideband Short-Pulse Electromagnetics Conference series is to focus on advanced technologies for the generation, radiation and detection of ultra-wideband short pulse signals, taking into account their propagation and scattering from and coupling to targets of interest. This Conference series reports on developments in supporting mathematical and numerical methods and presents current and potential future applications of the technology. Ultra-Wideband Short-Pulse Electromagnetics 8 is based on the American Electromagnetics 2006 conference held from June 3-7 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Topical areas covered in this volume include pulse radiation and measurement, scattering theory, target detection and identification, antennas, signal processing, and communications. TOC:Development of the Impulse Slot Antenna.- A High-Voltage Cable-Fed Impulse Radiating Antenna.- Broadband Self-Complementary Antenna Arrays.- A Quasi-Planar Wide Band Conical Antenna.- Planar Tapered Loop Antennas for Ultra-Wideband Radio Systems.- An Omnidirectional and Low-VSWR Ultra Wideband Antenna for a Frequency Band of 6 to 40 GHz.- Ultrawideband Band-Notched U-Shape Folded Monopole Antenna and its Radiation Characteristics.- Comparison of UWB Antennas Considering Pattern Variation with Frequency.- Dispersive Properties of Terminal-Loaded Dipole Antennas in UWB Link.- An Approach to the Determination of the Phase Center of Vivaldi-Based UWB Antenna.- Application of UWB Antenna Descriptors to Antenna Performance Assessment.- Broadband Tuning Limits on UWB Antennas Based on Fano's Formulation.- Electromagnetic Lens Design and Generalized E and H Modes.- Producing Large Transient Electromagnetic Fields in a Small Region: An Electromagnetic Implosion.- Optimum Wireless Communication Through Unknown Obscuring Environments Using The Time-Reversal Principle: Theory and Experiments.- Correction of Time-Domain Data in Special Cases Where the Inverse Transfer Functions are Analytic Time Domain Operators.- Second Time Integral of the Impulse Response for Enhancing the Late-Time Target Blind Source Separation for Extraction of Target Scattering Centers.- Extended Approaches for Integrated M-Sequence Based UWB Sensors.- Antenna Array Processing for Radar Applications with Support Vector Machines.- Portable Imaging UWB Radar System With Two-Element Receiving Array.- On the Development of a Low-Cost Compact Planar Integrated-Circuit Sampling Receiver for UWB Sytems.- Time Reversal with Single Antenna Systems in Indoor Multipath Environments.- Further Developments in High Voltage UWB Directional Couplers.- Resonance Behavior of a Dielectric Target in a Half-Space Using the CNR (Complex Natural Resonance) Method.- Analysis of the Late-Time Transient Field Scattered by a Line Source Above a Grounded Dielectric Slab.- An Analysis of Time-Domain Dort Method for Ultrawideband Probing of Embedded Objects in Dispersive and Random Media.- Application of the Method of Subregions to Measurement of Layered Materials.- A Numerical Study on the Sensitivity of Time-Reversal Imaging Methods Against Clutter, Noise and Model Perturbations.- Modelling of Reflection of UWB Pulses from Trapped Human Beings.- Global Limitation on Fast Swtiching by Semiconductor Devices.- A Low-Cost, Compact Planar Integrated-Circuit Tunable Multi-Phase Transmitter for UWB Radar and Communication Systems.- UWB Antenna Surrogate Design.
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