Ultra Wide Band Millimeter Wave Holographic "3-D" Imaging of Concealed Targets on Mannequins

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1995
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Collins, H. Dale
Hall, Thomas
Gribble, R. Parks
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Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation
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Ultra wide band (chirp frequency) millimeter wave “3-D” holography is a unique technique for imaging concealed targets on human subjects with extremely high lateral and depth resolution. Recent “3-D” holographic images of full size mannequins with concealed weapons illustrate the efficacy of this technique for airport security.

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