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2015 National Aerospace and Electronics Conference (NAECON)
Radio Frequency (RF) Tomography is a mathematical process of 3D image reconstruction from a measurement using a multistatic distribution of transmitters and receivers. The geometric diversity of these elements increases the information in the measurements. The process of determining the permittivity and conductivity profile in the measurement domain, and, therefore, the shape of the target, from the scattered field measurements, is an inverse problem. To solve this problem, under conventionaldoi:10.1109/naecon.2015.7443065 fatcat:fh7aaqo6bbbjdo7qssm77jf5jy