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BYU ECEn 568
Microwave Remote Sensing
Fall 2020. Next taught: Fall 2022
MWF, 2:00 - 2:50 pm, 392 CB



Dr. David G. Long
Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
450 EB long@ee.byu.edu  801-422-4383 (office)
Office Hours: 3-5 MWF + TBD
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ECEn 568 Microwave Remote Sensing is survey course designed to teach the fundamental principles of microwave remote sensing. The course covers various topics in Microwave Remote Sensing with emphasis on spaceborne remote sensing of the Earth's atmosphere, land, and oceans. The primary methods and applications of microwave remote sensing are considered with both active (radar) and passive (radiometry) techniques covered. Key issues related to the design of spaceborne microwave sensors and their application are discussed along with radiative transfer theory. Sensor technologies such as radiometers, scattterometers, altimeters, and synthetic aperture radar (SAR) are discussed. Textbook is F. Ulaby and D.G. Long, Microwave Radar and Radiometric Remote Sensing, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 2014. ISBN 978-0-472-11935-6.


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Updated 14 July 2020

COVID-19 UPDATE: For Fall 2020, to minimize COVID-19 transmission, this class will be taught as a remote class with live instruction. Students should plan to attend class MWF at 2:00 remotely by Zoom, though you can also meet in the assigned class room.   Students attending in person will be required to follow BYU mask guidelines.