A model of Doppler-polarimetric radar signals due to rain is developed. It gives Doppler spectra at different combinations of linear polarization of transmitted and received waves. The spectral differential reflectivity and spectral linear depolarization ration and introduced. The model uses the rain microstructure and turbulence parameters as initial data. Verification of the model is done. The results obtained show relationships between the measured Doppler-polarimetric parameters and turbulence intensity.
|Publisher||National Aviation University|
|Conference|| International Workshop on Microwaves, Radar and Remote Sensing|
|Period||19/09/05 → 21/09/05|
Editor onbekend JH
- conference contrib. refereed
- Conf.proc. > 3 pag