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					Monday, August 11                     08:00-10:40                           Columbus IJ          Monday, August 11                      08:00-09:20                           Columbus GH
Session A03                                                                                      Session C01

RF and Microwave Standards; Realisation and Dissemination                                        Metropolitan-area Networks (WiMax) and Local Area Networks (WiFi)
Session Chair: James Randa                                                                       Session Chairs: Visa Koivunen, Eldad Perahia
08:00 A03.1 TERAHERTZ ANTENNA TECHNOLOGY AND VERIFICATION;                                       08:00 C01.1 WIMAX/WI-FI COEXISTENCE IN THE 3.65GHZ BAND -
      HERSCHEL AND PLANCK                                                                              STANDARDIZATION AND SIMULATION
      L. Rolo, J. Parian, D. Doyle, P. de Maagt, European Space Agency (ESA/ESTEC),                    P. W. Piggin, NextWave Wireless, United Kingdom
      Netherlands
                                                                                                 08:20 C01.2 BER ESTIMATION OF IEEE802.16 STANDRAD FROM REAL
08:30 A03.2 LABORATORY MEASUREMENT OF MICROWAVE SCATTER                                                MEASUREMENTS IN SEMI-RURAL ENVIRONMENT AT THREE
      COEFFICIENT: CALIBRATION AND VALIDATION                                                          FREQUENCIES IN THE 2-6 GHZ BAND
      J. W. Schultz, S. P. Blalock, E. J. Hopkins, Georgia Tech Research Institute, United             S. Salous, K. Khokhar, R. Lewenz, S. Feeney, Durham University, United Kingdom
      States
                                                                                                 08:40 C01.3 PULSE SHAPES FOR OFDM WITH MAXIMUM ENERGY
09:00 A03.3 DESIGN AND MEASUREMENT OF AN AQUEOUS BLACKBODY                                             CONCENTRATION IN THE SPECTRAL MAIN-LOBE
      CALIBRATION SOURCE FOR THE MILLIMETER-WAVE/TERAHERTZ                                             R. Sood, H. Xiao, University of California, United States
      FREQUENCY RANGE
      C. R. Dietlein1, Z. Popovic2, E. N. Grossman1                                              09:00 C01.4 PERFORMANCE OF LOW COST RADIOS IN THE
      1
        National Institute of Standards and Technology, United States; 2University of                  IMPLEMENTATION OF LONG DISTANCE WIRELESS LINKS
      Colorado at Boulder, United States                                                               D. Trinchero, A. Galardini, R. Stefanelli, P. Venuti, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

09:20 Break
                                                                                                 Monday, August 11                      08:00-10:40                           Columbus AB
09:40 A03.4 LATEST DEVELOPMENTS ON SPACE-BORNE MICROWAVE
                                                                                                 Session D07
      RADIOMETER PRE-LAUNCH CALIBRATION TECHNOLOGIES IN
      CHINA
      F. Nian1, Y. M. Chen1,2, Y. J. Yang2, W. Wang1,2                                           Terahertz Technology
      1
        Beijing Radio Institute of Metrology and Measurement(BIRMM), China; 2National
                                                                                                 Session Chairs: Rene Beigang, Nachappa Gopalsami
      Key Laboratoryof Metrology and Calibration Technology, China
                                                                                                 08:00 D07.1 THZ IMAGING AND SPECTROSCOPY FOR NONDESTRUCTIVE
10:00 A03.5 THE EMISSIVITY MEASUREMENT FOR MICROWAVE
                                                                                                       TESTING
      BLACKBODY OF FY-3
                                                                                                       R. Beigang, M. Theuer, F. Ellrich, G. Torosyan, J. Jonuscheit, Fraunhofer IPM,
      C. Y. Cheng1,2, Y. J. Yang1, F. Li1, Y. M. Chen1,2
      1                                                                                                Germany
        Beijing Radio Institute of Metrology and Measurement, China; 2National Key
      Laboratory of Metrology and Calibration Technology, China                                  08:20 D07.2 GENERATION AND DETECTION OF TERAHERTZ WAVES USING
                                                                                                       OPTOELECTRONIC TECHNIQUES: TOWARDS TERAHERTZ
10:20 A03.6 STRATEGY FOR TRACEABILITY OF COMPLEX MODULATED
                                                                                                       PHOTONICS
      SIGNALS USING RF WAVEFORM METROLOGY
                                                                                                       D. Saeedkia, S. Safavi-Naeini, University of Waterloo, Canada
      D. A. Humphreys, M. R. Harper, L. K. J. McInnes, J. Miall, National Physical
      Laboratory, United Kingdom                                                                 08:40 D07.3 NOVEL TERAHERTZ SOURCES AND APPLICATIONS TO
                                                                                                       SECURITY
                                                                                                       S. G. Biedron, Argonne National Laboratory, United States; A. Doria,
Monday, August 11                     08:00-10:40                                Grand B               G. P. Gallerano, ENEA, Italy
Session B07
                                                                                                 09:00 D07.4 MULTI-BEAM INTEGRATED LENS-ANTENNA FOR MILLIMETER
Wave Field Imaging for Homeland Security                                                               AND SUB-MILLIMETER WAVE IMAGING ARRAY DETECTOR
                                                                                                       A. V. Uvarov, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (State University),
Session Chairs: Karl Langenberg, Juergen Detlefsen                                                     Russian Federation; S. V. Shitov, Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics of
                                                                                                       Russian Academy of Science, Russian Federation
08:00 B07.1 COMPUTATION OF QUASISTATIONARY FIELDS IN THE
      PRESENCE OF CONDUCTING BODIES OF REVOLUTION                                                09:20 Break
      D. H. R. Suriyaarachchi, I. R. Ciric, The University of Manitoba, Canada
                                                                                                 09:40 D07.5 CONDUCTING DIELECTRIC POLYMER PROPERTIES AT
08:20 B07.2 SPATIAL RESOLUTION IN TOMOGRAPHIC IMAGING WITH                                             TERAHERTZ WAVELENGTH
      DIFFRACTED FIELDS                                                                                E. Nguema, J. C. Delagnes, A. Elfatimy, P. Mounaix, CPMOH, France
      L. Lo Monte, A. M. Bagci, D. Erricolo, R. Ansari, University of Illinois at Chicago,
                                                                                                 10:00 D07.6 SECURITY APPLICATIONS OF THZ WAVES
      United States
                                                                                                       E. J. Schweicher, RMA (Royal Military Academy), Belgium
08:40 B07.3 RF PERFORMANCE OF LAYER-STRUCTURED PASSIVE
                                                                                                 10:20 D07.7 TERAHERTZ REFLECTION SPECTROSCOPY FOR STAND-OFF
      MILLIMETER-WAVE IMAGING MODULE
                                                                                                       DETECTION OF EXPLOSIVES
      M. Ikeda1, T. Suzuki1, K. Ohkawa2, K. Sakakibara1, Y. Aoki2, N. Kikuma1,
                                                                                                       R. Beigang, M. Theuer, G. Torosyan, J. Jonuscheit, Fraunhofer IPM, Germany
      H. Hirayama1
      1
        Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan; 2DENSO CORPORATION, Japan

09:00 B07.4 MEASUREMENT OF THE MUELLER MATRIX FOR THE                                            Monday, August 11                      08:00-10:40                           Columbus CD
      DETECTION AND IDENTIFICATION OF THREAT AGENTS THROUGH                                      Session E01
      THEIR OPTICAL ACTIVITY
      E. Bahar, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, United States                                    Intentional Electromagnetic Interference
09:20 Break                                                                                      Session Chairs: Mats Bäckström, William Radasky
09:40 B07.5 RESOLUTION PROPERTIES OF A COMBINED MONO- AND                                        08:00 E01.1 PROGRESS IN THE FIELD OF INTENTIONAL
      MULTISTATIC MILLIMETREWAVE IMAGING SYSTEM                                                        ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE (IEMI) SINCE THE NEW DELHI
      J. B. Detlefsen, S. Bertl, A. Dallinger, Techn. Univ. Muenchen, Germany                          GENERAL ASSEMBLY IN 2005
                                                                                                       W. A. Radasky, Metatech Corporation, United States
10:00 B07.6 DIFFRACTION COEFFICIENTS FOR DIELECTRIC WEDGES AND
      CORNERS WITH APPLICATION TO MONOSTATIC BUILDING                                            08:20 E01.2 HPEM SUSCEPTIBILITY TEST ON IT-NETWORKS AND THEIR
      IMAGING                                                                                          COMPONENTS
      P. C. Chang, R. J. Burkholder, R. J. Marhefka, J. L. Volakis, The Ohio State                     F. Sabath, WIS, Germany
      University, United States
                                                                                                 08:40 E01.3 HIGH POWER MICROWAVE EFFECTS ON ALARM SYSTEMS AND
10:20 B07.7 PHASE SENSITIVE DETECTION AND CLASSIFICATION OF                                            COMPONENTS
      DEFECTS IN CONCRETE STRUCTURES BY ULTRASONIC AND                                                 J. Godø, Norwegian Defence Estates Agency, Norway; O. H. Arnesen, Norwegian
      ELECTROMAGNETIC IMAGING TECHNIQUES                                                               Defence Research establishment, Norway; M. Bäckström, Saab Communication,
      K. Mayer, University of Kassel, Germany; M. Krause, Federal Institute for                        Sweden; B. A. Kerr, QinetiQ, UK; E. Krogager, Danish Defence Aqusition and
      Materials Research and Testing, Germany                                                          Logistics Organization, Denmark


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09:00 E01.4 EXPERIMENTAL HPEM SUSCEPTIBILITY AND COUPLING                                              Air Force Research Laboratory, USA; 2Boston University, USA; 3Boston College,
      INVESTIGATIONS OF SHIELDED AND UNSHIELDED ELECTRONICS                                           USA; 4AER, Inc., USA; 5National Institute of Meteorology and Geophysics, Cape
      F. Sonnemann, J. Mirschberger, R. Stark, Diehl-BGT-Defence GmbH & CoKG,                         Verde; 6Federal University of Technology, Nigeria; 7University of Cocody, Ivory
      Germany                                                                                         Coast; 8University of Bahir Dar, Ethiopia; 9University of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia;
                                                                                                      10
                                                                                                         University of Nairobi, Kenya
09:20 Break
                                                                                               09:00 G01.4 SUPERDARN STATISTICAL CHARACTERISATION OF
09:40 E01.5 CASCADING FAILURES OF LARGE INFORMATION SYSTEMS                                          MAGNETOSPHERIC REGIONS FOR QUASI REAL-TIME TRACKING
      CAUSED BY IEMI                                                                                 G. Lointier, T. Dudok De Wit, C. Hanuise, X. Vallieres, LPCE/CNRS,
      I. Kohlberg, Kohlberg Assoicates, Inc., United States                                          France; R. Andre, CEA/CESTA, France
10:00 E01.6 HIGH INTENSITY ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD GENERATION                                    09:20 Break
      USING A TRANSPORTABLE REVERBERATION CHAMBER
      F. B. J. Leferink, University of Twente - Thales Nederland, Netherlands                  09:40 G01.5 COMPARATIVE STUDY OF HIGH LATITUDE DYNAMICS FROM
                                                                                                     THE SONDRESTOM ISR AND THE EISCAT SVALBARD RADAR IPY
10:20 E01.7 A DESIGN OF A MESOBAND HIGH POWER ELECTROMAGNETIC                                        RUNS
      RADIATOR USING A SWITCHED OSCILLATOR AND A CORONA                                              A. Stromme, SRI International, United States; T. V. Eyken, EISCAT Scientific
      CURRENT GENERATOR                                                                              Association, Sweden
      F. Vega1,2, F. Rachidi1, N. Pena3, F. Roman2
      1
        Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland; 2National         10:00 G01.6 NEW CHARACTERISTICS OF MEDIUM-SCALE TRAVELING
      University of Colombia, Colombia; 3Andes University, Colombia                                  IONOSPHERIC DISTURBANCES DETECTED WITH DENSE WIDE-
                                                                                                     COVERAGE TEC MAPS OVER NORTH AMERICA
                                                                                                     T. Tsugawa, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology,
Monday, August 11                     08:00-10:40                          Columbus EF               Japan; Y. Otsuka, Nagoya University, Japan; A. J. Coster, Massachusetts Institute
Session F05                                                                                          of Technology, USA; A. Saito, Kyoto University, Japan

                                                                                               10:20 G01.7 NEUTRAL WIND EFFECT IN PRODUCING THE STORMTIME
Tropospheric Modeling for Radiowave-Propagation and Radar                                            IONOSPHERIC ADDITIONAL LAYER: RESULTS FROM COUPLED
Remote Sensing                                                                                       MODEL SIMULATIONS
                                                                                                     C.-H. (. Lin, National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan; A. D. Richmond, National
Session Chairs: Madhu Chandra, V.N. Bringi                                                           Center for Atmospheric Research, USA; J.-Y. Liu, National Central University,
08:00 F05.1 RETRIEVING RAIN MICROSTRUCTURE FROM C-BAND                                               Taiwan; G. J. Bailey, University of Sheffield, UK
      POLARIMETRIC RADAR WITH ADDED INFORMATION FROM 2D
      VIDEO DISDROMETER
                                                                                               Monday, August 11                     08:00-10:40                                 Grand F
      M. Thurai, Colorado State University, United States; D. Hudak, Environment
      Canada, Canada; W. A. Petersen, University of Alabama, United States                     Session H01

08:20 F05.2 RADAR OBSERVATIONS OF A SEVERE WEATHER EVENT FROM                                  Dynamics of the Plasmasphere Using Wave Techniques
      DISTRIBUTED COLLABORATIVE ADAPTIVE SENSING NETWORK IN
      IP1 TESTBED                                                                              Session Chairs: Brian Fraser, Harri Laakso
      V. Chandrasekar1, D. McLaughlin2, Y. Wang1, J. Brotzge3, M. Zink2, B. Philips2
      1
        Colorado State University, United States; 2University of Massachusetts, United         08:00 H01.1 AUTOMATIC WHISTLER DETECTION: OPERATIONAL RESULTS
      States; 3University of Okalahoma, United States                                                FROM NEW ZEALAND
                                                                                                     C. J. Rodger1, J. Lichtenberger2, G. McDowell1, J. R. Downs1, N. R. Thomson1
                                                                                                     1
08:40 F05.3 COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SINGAPORES DROP SIZE                                                  University of Otago, New Zealand; 2Eotvos University, Hungary
      DISTRIBUTION FOR FIXED
      Y. H. Lee, S. Lakshmi, J. T. Ong, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore            08:20 H01.2 REMOTE SENSING THE DYNAMICS OF THE IONOSPHERE-
                                                                                                     PLASMASPHERE SYSTEM BY GROUND-BASED ULF WAVE
09:00 F05.4 ON THE INFLUENCE OF WIND TURBINES ON RADARS                                              OBSERVATIONS
      E. H. Van Lil, D. G. Trappeniers, A. R. Van de Capelle, K.U.Leuven, Belgium                    M. Vellante, University of L'Aquila, Italy; M. Foerster, GeoForschungsZentrum
                                                                                                     Potsdam, Germany; M. Pezzopane, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia,
09:20 Break                                                                                          Italy; N. Jakowski, Deutsches Zentrum fuer Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR), Germany
09:40 F05.5 STATISTICAL MODEL OF RAIN FADING IN SURABAYA                                       08:40 H01.3 IONOSPHERIC SIGNATURES IN THE PLASMASPHERE
      P. Hutajulu, G. Hendrantoro, A. Mauludiyanto, Sepuluh Nopember Institute of                    BOUNDARY LAYER: SUB-AURORAL POLARIZATION STREAMS AND
      Technology, Indonesia                                                                          STORM ENHANCED DENSITY PLUMES
10:00 F05.6 RAIN FIELD MODELLING FOR FIXED RADIO SYSTEMS USING                                       P. J. Erickson, J. C. Foster, MIT Haystack Observatory, United States
      FADE MITIGATION TECHNIQUES                                                               09:00 H01.4 ELECTRON PRECIPITATION LOSS DUE TO SCATTERING BY
      S. A. Callaghan, STFC-Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, United Kingdom                           HISS IN PLASMASPHERIC PLUMES
10:20 F05.7 DEPOLARIZATION OF KU-BAND SATELLITE SIGNAL IN                                            D. Summers, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
      RELATION TO RAIN ATTENUATION FOR THE TROPICAL REGION                                     09:20 Break
      K. Chakravarty, A. Maitra, University of Calcutta, India
                                                                                               09:40 H01.5 ROLE OF THE PLASMASPHERE IN ENERGETIC WAVE-
                                                                                                     PARTICLE DYNAMICS
Monday, August 11                     08:00-10:40                                Grand E             I. R. Mann, M. Usanova, L. G. Ozeke, I. J. Rae, Z. C. Kale, University of Alberta,
Session G01                                                                                          Canada

                                                                                               10:00 H01.6 MULTI-POINT OBSERVATIONS OF CHORUS AND HISS
Open Session and Latest Results for Com. G
                                                                                                     EMISSIONS.
Session Chairs: C Hanuise, Anthea Coster                                                             O. Santolik, Institute of Atmospheric Physics and Charles University, Czech
                                                                                                     Republic; D. A. Gurnett, J. S. Picket, The University of Iowa, USA; H. Laakso,
08:00 G01.1 A ROCKET EXHAUST DEPLETION (RED) OF IONOSPHERIC                                          A. Masson, ESA/ESTEC, Netherlands; N. Cornilleau-Wehrlin, CETP, France
      TOTAL ELECTRON CONTENT DETECTED BY GPS
      M. Mendillo, S. Smith, J. Baumgardner, C. Martinis, Boston University, United            10:20 H01.7 THE ORIGIN OF PLASMASPHERIC HISS
      States; A. Coster, P. Erickson, MIT Haystack Observatory, United States                        J. Bortnik, UCLA, United States

08:20 G01.2 TOPSIDE IONOSPHERE MODELLING USING GPS DATA:
      POSSIBILITIES FOR SOUTH AFRICA                                                           Monday, August 11                     08:00-09:20                                Grand A
      P. Sibanda1,2, L.-A. McKinnell1,2                                                        Session J01a
      1
        Hermanus Magnetic Observatory, South Africa; 2Rhodes University, South Africa
                                                                                               Future Large Telescopes I
08:40 G01.3 GPS OBSERVATIONS OF THE IONOSPHERE IN AFRICA: FIRST
      RESULTS FROM COLLABORATIONS UNDER THE UNITED NATIONS                                     Session Chair: Peter Wilkinson
      INTERNATIONAL HELIOPHYSICAL YEAR BASIC SPACE SCIENCE
      INITIATIVE                                                                               08:00 J01a.1 PROGRESS OF THE EXPANDED VERY LARGE ARRAY PROJECT
      K. M. Groves1, S. Basu2, S. Basu3, C. S. Carrano4, I. Mengistu1, J. Pimenta-Lima5,             R. A. Perley, B. J. Butler, M. M. McKinnon, National Radio Astronomy Observatory,
      B. Rabiu6, O. Obrou7, B. Damtie8, G. Mengistu9, P. Baki10                                      United States


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08:20 J01a.2 FRESH SCIENCE WITH A UNIQUE RADIO TELESCOPE                                               K. Matsubara, Y. Li, H. Ito, S. Nagano, K. Hayasaka, M. Hosokawa, National
      G. R. Harp, SETI Institute, United States; *. ATA Project Team, SETI Institute / U.              Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
      C. Berkeley, United States
                                                                                                14:00 A01.2 ON SECONDARY REPRESENTATIONS OF THE SECOND
08:40 J01a.3 MEERKAT AS AN SKA PATHFINDER                                                             F. W. Riehle, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Germany
      J. L. Jonas, Rhodes University, South Africa
                                                                                                14:20 A01.3 THE YB OPTICAL LATTICE CLOCK
09:00 J01a.4 LOFAR                                                                                    C. W. Oates1, Z. W. Barber1, N. D. Lemke1, N. Poli2, A. D. Ludlow1, T. M. Fortier1,
      G. de Bruyn1,2                                                                                  S. A. Diddams1
      1
        Astron, Netherlands; 2Kapteyn Institute, Netherlands                                          1
                                                                                                        NIST, United States; 2LENS, Italy

                                                                                                14:40 A01.4 A 87 STRONTIUM OPTICAL LATTICE CLOCK
Monday, August 11                     09:40-10:40                                Grand A              G. K. Campbell, JILA/University of Colorado, United States
Session JT                                                                                      15:00 A01.5 FIBER-BASED FEMTOSECOND LASERS FOR OPTICAL CLOCKS
                                                                                                      G. Grosche, H. Schnatz, B. Lipphardt, F. W. Riehle, Physikalisch-Technische
Tutorial J : Phased Arrays in Radio Astronomy                                                         Bundesanstalt, Germany
Session Chair: Richard Schilizzi                                                                15:20 A01.6 STABLE AND ACCURATE SINGLE-ION OPTICAL CLOCKS
                                                                                                      J. C. Bergquist, NIST (National Institute of Standards & Technology, United States
09:40 JT.1 PHASED ARRAYS IN RADIO ASTRONOMY
      A. van Ardenne1,2
      1
        ASTRON, Netherlands; 2Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden                         Monday, August 11                      13:40-14:40                                  Grand B
                                                                                                Session BT
Monday, August 11                     08:00-10:40                         Columbus KL
                                                                                                Tutorial B – Transmission-Line Metamaterials: Fundamentals and
Session K01                                                                                     Applications
Modelling of Interactions Between EMF and Biosystems                                            Session Chairs: Lot Shafai, Karl Langenberg
Session Chairs: Guglielmo d'Inzeo, Jan Vrba                                                     13:40 BT.1 NEGATIVE-REFRACTIVE-INDEX TRANSMISSION-LINE
                                                                                                      METAMATERIALS: FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS
08:00 K01.1 CALIBRATION OF BIOMEDICAL DIELECTRIC SENSORS                                              G. V. Eleftheriades, University of Toronto, Canada
      OPTIMISED USING GENETIC ALGORITHM
      M. P. Robinson, J. Clegg, University of York, United Kingdom
                                                                                                Monday, August 11                      14:40-17:20                                  Grand B
08:20 K01.2 MEASUREMENT OF COMPLEX PERMITTIVITY FOR
      BIOLOGICAL CELLS AT 1.7-2.6GHZ BY WAVEGUIDE PENETRATION                                   Session B03
      METHOD
      H. Saito, Y. Suzuki, M. Taki, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan                        Inverse Scattering
08:40 K01.3 THE EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT OF THE TUMOR-SKIN MODEL                                      Session Chairs: Edwin Marengo, Qing H. Liu
      USING ULTRA-WIDE BAND
      M. A. A. Eldosoky, Faculty of Engineering Helwan university, Egypt                        14:40 B03.1 DECOMPOSITION OF THE MULTISTATIC RESPONSE MATRIX
                                                                                                      AND TARGET CHARACTERIZATION
09:00 K01.4 A MICRODOSIMETRIC STUDY APPLIED TO ULTRA SHORT                                            D. H. Chambers, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, United States
      PULSED E FIELD
      C. Merla1, M. Liberti1, F. Apollonio1, P. Leveque2, G. d'Inzeo1                           15:00 B03.2 SHAPE RECONSTRUCTION USING MULTI-STATIC AND MULTI-
      1
        ICEMB@ "Sapienza" University of Rome, Italy; 2XLIM UMR CNRS, France                           SPECTRUM DATA
                                                                                                      S. Hou, Louisiana Tech University, United States; H. Zhao, University of California,
09:20 Break                                                                                           Irvine, United States
09:40 K01.5 AN ANALYTIC MODEL FOR THE RESPONSE OF AN EXCITABLE                                  15:20 B03.3 MODEL-BASED PARAMETRIC INVERSION OF CONTROLLED
      CELL WITH A NONLINEAR HODGKIN-HUXLEY MEMBRANE                                                   SOURCE ELECTROMAGNETIC DATA IN TWO AND HALF DIMENSIONS
      RADIATED BY A STOCHASTIC ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD                                                  M. Li, A. Abubakar, T. Habashy, Schlumberger-Doll Research, United States
      A. De Vita1, B. Bisceglia2, R. P. Croce1, I. M. Pinto1
      1
        University of Sannio at Benevento, Italy; 2University of Salerno, Italy                 15:40 Break

10:00 K01.6 QUANTUM MECHANICAL EFFECTS IN BONE GROWTH IN                                        16:00 B03.4 BEAM BASED TIME REVERSAL IMAGING
      PRESENCE OF PULSED VECTOR POTENTIALS                                                            T. Heilpern1, A. Shlivinski2, E. Heyman1
                                                                                                      1
      S. P. Bowen, Chicago State University, United States                                              Tel Aviv University,, Israel; 2Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

10:20 K01.7 ELF AND STATIONARY MAGNETIC FIELDS RESONANCE                                        16:20 B03.5 AN IMAGING TOOL FOR INTA-WALL INVESTIGATIONS: A
      INFLUENCE ON WATER ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY                                                      FEASIBILITY STUDY
      S. G. G. Gennady, A. I. M. Igor, Y. S. M. Sergey, Moscow Aviation Institute,                    I. Catapano, L. Crocco, Institute for Electromagnetic Sensing of the Environment -
      Russian Federation                                                                              National Research Council, Italy

                                                                                                16:40 B03.6 FEASIBILITY STUDY OF A GRADIENT REDIRECTING
Monday, August 11                     11:00-12:00                          Regency B-D                ALGORITHM COMBINED WITH STEP LENGTH ESTIMATION FOR
                                                                                                      INCLUDING A PRIORI DATA IN THE IMAGE RECONSTRUCTION IN
Session L1                                                                                            MICROWAVE TOMOGRAPHY
                                                                                                      A. Fhager, D. Bernhardsson, M. Persson, Chalmers University of Technology,
General Lecture 1: Microwave Imaging in Medicine: Promises and                                        Sweden
Future Challenges
                                                                                                17:00 B03.7 COMPRESSIVE SENSING FOR INVERSE SCATTERING
Session Chair: François Lefeuvre                                                                      E. A. Marengo, R. D. Hernandez, Y. R. Citron, F. K. Gruber, M. Zambrano, H. Lev-
                                                                                                      Ari, Northeastern University, United States
11:00 L1.1 MICROWAVE IMAGING IN MEDICINE: PROMISES AND FUTURE
      CHALLENGES
      S. Hagness, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States                                Monday, August 11                      13:40-15:40                          Columbus GH
                                                                                                Session C02
Monday, August 11                     13:40-15:40                           Columbus IJ
                                                                                                4G Cellular Communications
Session A01
                                                                                                Session Chairs: Mansoor Shafi, Jonas Medbo
Primary Frequency Standards
                                                                                                13:40 C02.1 IMPACT OF DISPERSIVE PROPAGATION CHARACTERISTICS ON
Session Chair: Fritz Riehle                                                                           THE PERFORMANCE OF MULTI-ANTENNA INDOOR PERSONAL
                                                                                                      COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
13:40 A01.1 ABSOLUTE FREQUENCY MEASUREMENT OF THE 4 2S1/2 - 3                                         C. Oestges, Universite catholique de Louvain, Belgium
      2D5/2 QUADRUPOLE TRANSITION IN 40CA+ IONS

                                                                                            3
14:00 C02.2 HIGH SPECTRAL RESOLUTION FOR FUTURE BROADBAND                                     14:40 E06.4 ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC FIELD MEASUREMENTS AT VERY
      WIRELESS SYSTEMS                                                                              CLOSE RANGE ASSOCIATED WITH LIGHTNING STRIKES TO THE
      M. Bellanger, CNAM, France                                                                    AUSTRIAN GAISBERG TOWER
                                                                                                    G. Diendorfer1, A. Mosaddeghi2, D. Pavanello2, H. Pichler3, F. Rachidi2,
14:20 C02.3 MULTI-ANTENNA PROCESSING IN THE WINNER AIR                                              M. Rubinstein4
      INTERFACE                                                                                     1
                                                                                                      OVE-ALDIS, Austria; 2Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Switzerland;
      M. Olsson, A. Osseiran, Ericsson AB, Sweden; F. Roemer, Ilmenau University of                 3
                                                                                                      Vienna University of Technology, Austria; 4University of Applied Sciences of
      Technology, Germany; T. Wild, Alcatel-Lucent, Germany                                         Western Switzerland, Switzerland
14:40 C02.4 POLARIMETRIC KRONECKER SEPARABILITY IN AN URBAN                                   15:00 E06.5 CURRENTS IN BURIED GROUNDING STRIPS CONNECTED TO
      MACROCELLULAR ENVIRONMENT                                                                     COMMUNICATION TOWER LEGS DURING LIGHTNING STRIKES
      K. Sivasondhivat, J.-I. Takada, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan; I. Ida,                 N. J. Theethayi, R. Thottappillil, Uppsala University, Sweden; G. Diendorfer,
      Y. Oishi, Fujitsu Limited, Japan                                                              Austrian Electrotechnical Association, Austria; M. Mair, H. Pichler, Vienna
                                                                                                    University of Technology, Austria
15:00 C02.5 A NON-SEPARABLE DIRECTIONAL CHANNEL MODEL AND
      OBSERVATIONS FOR FUTURE MOBILE AIR INTERFACES                                           15:20 E06.6 LIGHTNING RETURN-STROKE CHANNEL RADIATED
      J. W. Wallace, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany                                              ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS MACROMODELING
                                                                                                    B. Kordi, G. E. Bridges, University of Manitoba, Canada
15:20 C02.6 PROPAGATION MODELING FOR EVALUATION OF 4G SYSTEMS
      J. Meinila, T. Jamsa, P. Kyosti, J. Ylitalo, Elektrobit, Finland                        15:40 Break

                                                                                              16:00 E06.7 LIGHTNING PROPERTIES INFERRED FROM MAPPING SYSTEM
Monday, August 11                    13:40-16:40                        Columbus AB                 P. A. Laroche, ONERA, France
Session DB
                                                                                              16:20 E06.8 COMPREHENSIVE THUNDERSTORM OBSERVATIONS BY THE
                                                                                                    BROADBAND RADAR NETWORK
Plasmonics                                                                                          T. Morimoto, T. Ushio, Z. Kawasaki, Osaka University, Japan
Session Chairs: F. de Fornel, Nader Engheta, Richard W. Ziolkowski                            16:40 E06.9 IONOSPHERIC EFFECTS OF LIGHTNING AT CAMP BLANDING,
                                                                                                    FLORIDA
13:40 DB.1 METAPLASMONIC STRUCTURES, OPTICAL NANOCIRCUITS,
                                                                                                    R. C. Moore, University of Florida, United States
      AND WIRELESS NANOSYSTEMS
      N. Engheta1, A. Alu1, M. Silveirinha1,2, J. Li1, B. Edwards1                            17:00 E06.10 INVESTIGATION OF CURRENTS INJECTED BY A SURGE
      1
        University of Pennsylvania, United States; 2University of Coimbra, Portugal                 GENERATOR INTO THE LIGHTNING PROTECTIVE SYSTEM OF A
                                                                                                    SMALL RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURE
14:00 DB.2 ON THE MODELING OF METALLIC WAVEGUIDES FROM DC TO
                                                                                                    G. Maslowski, Rzeszow University of Technology, Poland
      LIGHT
      S. S. Alshannaq, R. G. Rojas, THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, United States

14:20 DB.3 PLASMONIC NANO-SLOT ANTENNAS FOR OPTICAL SUB-                                      Monday, August 11                     13:40-17:20                          Columbus EF
      WAVELENGTH FOCUSING                                                                     Session F02
      Y. Wang, A. M. H. Wong, A. S. Helmy, G. V. Eleftheriades, University of Toronto,
      Canada                                                                                  Remote Sensing of Oceans, Precipitating Atmosphere and
                                                                                              Cryosphere
14:40 DB.4 SIMULATION OF IMAGE ACQUISITION BY NEAR-FIELD
      SCANNING OPTICAL MICROSCOPY USING A SURFACE PLASMONIC                                   Session Chair: Albin Gasiewski
      GAP PROBE
      K. Tanaka, M. Tanaka, Gifu University, Japan; K. Katayama, Hamamatsu                    13:40 F02.1 SPECIAL FEATURES OF KIRCHHOFF METHOD APPLICATION IN
      University, Japan                                                                             MICROWAVE RADIOMETRY OF ROUGH SEA SURFACE.
                                                                                                    M. V. Danilytchev, B. G. Kutuza, A. G. Nikolaev, Institute of Radio Engineering
15:00 DB.5 AN ANALYTICAL INVESTIGATION OF NEAR-FIELD PLATES                                         and Electronics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation
      M. F. Imani, A. Grbic, University of Michigan, United States
                                                                                              14:00 F02.2 REMOTE SENSING OF A TWO SCALE OCEAN SURFACE BASED
15:20 DB.6 STUDY OF LEFT-HANDED SCHRODINGER SOLITONS IN AN AG                                       ON A VARIATIONAL TECHNIQUE
      FILM PLASMONIC WAVEGUIDE USING A NONLINEAR                                                    E. Bahar, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, United States
      TRANSMISSION LINE APPROACH
      A. Shahvarpour, S. Gupta, C. Caloz, cole Polytechnique de Montral, Canada               14:20 F02.3 MEASUREMENTS OF THE EFFECT OF RAIN-INDUCED SEA
                                                                                                    SURFACE ROUGHNESS ON THE SATELLITE SCATTEROMETER
15:40 Break                                                                                         RADAR CROSS SECTION
16:00 DB.7 PECULIARITIES IN SCATTERING PROPERTIES BY SPHERICAL                                      D. E. Weissman, Hofstra University, United States; M. A. Bourassa, Florida State
      PARTICLES WITH RADIAL ANISOTROPY                                                              University, United States
      C. Qiu, National University of Singapore, Singapore; B. Luk'yanchuk, Data Storage       14:40 F02.4 SIMULATION OF THE AQUARIUS RADAR SCATTEROMETER
      Institute, Singapore                                                                          P. de Matthaeis, D. M. Le Vine, E. Dinnat, D. S. Jacob, S. Abraham, NASA Goddard
16:20 DB.8 ACTIVE COATED NANO-PARTICLES AND THEIR APPLICATIONS                                      Space Flight Center, United States
      R. W. Ziolkowski, J. A. Gordon, University of Arizona, United States                    15:00 F02.5 SODAR STUDIES OF COASTAL BOUNDARY LAYER
                                                                                                    CHARACTERISTICS
                                                                                                    B. S. Gera1, N. Gera2, N. C. Gupta2, J. Malik1, G. Singh1, V. K. Ojha1
Monday, August 11                    13:40-17:20                        Columbus CD                 1
                                                                                                      National Physical Laboratory, India; 2GGS Indraprastha University, India
Session E06
                                                                                              15:20 F02.6 VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION OF O3 AT LOW LATITUDE AS SEEN
Lightning Discharges and Related Phenomena                                                          BY UAR SATELLITE
                                                                                                    S. M. Patel, st xavier's college, India; D. K. Chakrabarty, Centre for Environment
Session Chairs: Zen Kawasaki, Vladimir A. Rakov                                                     Survey, India

13:40 E06.1 MEASUREMENT OF CLOSURE POSITION BETWEEN                                           15:40 Break
      DOWNWARD AND UPWARD LEADERS: RETURN-STROKE INITIATION
      POSITION                                                                                16:00 F02.7 EXPERIMENTAL AND MODELING STUDIES OF MICROWAVE
      C. E. Baum, University of New Mexico, United States                                           RADIOMETRY OF SNOW
                                                                                                    M. T. Hallikainen, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
14:00 E06.2 CHARACTERISTICS OF UPWARD BIPOLAR LIGHTNING
      DERIVED FROM SIMULTANEOUS RECORDING OF ELECTRIC                                         16:20 F02.8 SENSITIVITY OF MICROWAVE EMISSION TO SNOW
      CURRENT AND ELECTRIC FIELD CHANGE                                                             PARAMETERS: A MODEL SIMULATION STUDY
      D. Wang, Gifu University of Japan, Japan                                                      M. Brogioni1, P. Pampaloni1,2
                                                                                                    1
                                                                                                      Institute of Applied Physics IFAC-CNR, Italy; 2Centro Telerilevamento a Microonde
14:20 E06.3 LIGHTNING ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS IN THE IMMEDIATE                                       CETEM, Italy
      VICINITY OF A TALL TOWER
      Y. Baba, Doshisha University, Japan; V. A. Rakov, University of Florida, USA            16:40 F02.9 ULTRA-BROADBAND PORTABLE MICROWAVE FMCW RADARS
                                                                                                    FOR MEASURING SNOW DEPTH, SNOW WATER EQUIVALENT, AND
                                                                                                    STRATIGRAPHY: PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS
                                                                                                    H.-P. Marshall1,2, G. Koh2, M. Sturm2

                                                                                          4
       1
        University of Colorado at Boulder, United States; 2Cold Regions Research and              14:00 H02.2 NUMERICAL MODELLING OF VLF CHORUS OBSERVED ON
       Engineering Laboratory, United States                                                            CLUSTER USING A VLASOV HYBRID SIMULATION CODE
                                                                                                        D. Nunn, University of Southampton, United Kingdom; O. Santolik, Charles
17:00 F02.10 EFFECTS OF VEGETATION ON THE RETRIEVAL OF SNOW                                             University, Czech Republic; M. J. Rycroft, Caesar Consulting, UK
      PARAMETERS FROM BACKSCATTERING MEASUREMENTS AT THE X-
      AND KU-BANDS                                                                                14:20 H02.3 CRITICAL POINTS IN THE APPLICATIONS OF GEOMETRICAL
      M. Brogioni1,2, G. Macelloni2, S. Pettinato2, H. Rott3, D. Cline4, H. Rebhan5                     OPTICS TO NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF LIGHTNING-RELATED
      1
        University of Pisa, Italy; 2Institute of Applied Physics, Italy; 3University of                 SPECTROGRAMS
      Innsbruck, Austria; 4NOAA-NOHRSC, USA; 5ESA-ESTEC, Netherlands                                    D. R. Shklyar, Space Research Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian
                                                                                                        Federation; J. Chum, F. Jiricek, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Czech Republic

Monday, August 11                     13:40-17:20                                Grand E          14:40 H02.4 A REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC RESULTS OBTAINED WITH THE
                                                                                                        S/WAVES EXPERIMENT ON THE STEREO MISSION
Session G02                                                                                             M. Maksimovic1, K. Goetz2, S. D. Bale3, M. L. Kaiser4, J.-L. Bougeret1
                                                                                                        1
                                                                                                          LESIA & CNRS, France; 2School of Physics and Astronomy, USA; 3Department of
Density Profiling and Models                                                                            Physics and Space Sciences Laboratory, USA; 4Goddard Space Flight Center, USA
Session Chairs: B Reinisch, B Zolesi, D Bilitza                                                   15:00 H02.5 SOLAR MODES IN THE HELIOSPHERE
                                                                                                        D. J. Thomson, Queen's University, Canada; L. J. Lanzerotti, New Jersey Institute
13:40 G02.1 EMPIRICAL MODELING OF THE TOPSIDE AND PLASMASPHERE
                                                                                                        of Technology, USA; C. G. Maclennan, Bell Laboratories, USA
      ELECTRON DENSITY PROFILES USING IMAGE/RPI AND ISIS
      SOUNDER DATA                                                                                15:20 H02.6 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN NARROWBAND AKR FEATURES,
      P. Nsumei, B. W. Reinisch, X. Huang, University of Massachusetts Lowell, United                   COHERENT STRUCTURES, AND WAVES
      States; D. Bilitza, George Mason University, United States                                        R. L. Mutel, I. W. Christopher, T. R. Jaeger, University of Iowa, United States
14:00 G02.2 AN ELECTRON DENSITY PROFILE MODEL FOR THE SOUTH                                       15:40 Break
      AFRICAN IONOSPHERE
      L.-A. McKinnell, Hermanus Magnetic Observatory, South Africa                                16:00 H02.7 PROPAGATION OF ALFVEN WAVES THROUGH AURORAL
                                                                                                        DENSITY CAVITIES
14:20 G02.3 LOCAL MODEL OF THE IONOSPHERIC PROFILE PARAMETERS                                           R. L. Lysak, Y. Song, University of Minnesota, United States
      BASED ON THE IRKUTSK DIGISONDE DATA
      A. V. Oinats, K. G. Ratovsky, A. V. Medvedev, Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics,       16:20 H02.8 ION ACOUSTIC AND ELECTRON ACOUSTIC SOLITONS IN
      Russian Federation                                                                                MULTI-COMPONENT SPACE PLASMAS
                                                                                                        A. P. Kakad1, S. V. Singh1, G. S. Lakhina1, F. Verheest2,3
14:40 G02.4 SOLAR FLUX EFFECT ON THE REPRODUCIBILITY OF                                                 1
                                                                                                          Indian Institute Of Geomagentism, India; 2Sterrenkundig Observatorium,
      GLOBAL/LOCAL-TIME VARIATIONS OF ION DENSITY STRUCTURE                                             Universiteit Gent,, Belgium; 3School of Physics, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South
      AT LOW-LATITUDE IONOSPHERE                                                                        Africa
      S.-Y. Su, M. Q. Chen, C. K. Chao, National Central University, Taiwan; C. H. Liu,
      Academia Sinica, Taiwan                                                                     16:40 H02.9 VELOCITY-SPACE SHEAR AND "NOTCH" INSTABILITY AS
                                                                                                        SOURCE FOR WEAK BIPOLAR STRUCTURES IN SPACE PLASMAS
15:00 G02.5 EFFECTIVE SUNSPOT NUMBER: A TOOL FOR IONOSPHERIC                                            D. L. Newman, M. V. Goldman, University of Colorado, United States
      MAPPING AND MODELLING
      B. Zolesi, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Italy; L. R. Cander,             17:00 H02.10 NARROWBAND RADIO EMISSIONS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP
      Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK; A. Belehaki, I. Tsagouri, National                            TO DYNAMIC FEATURES IN SATURN'S MAGNETOSPHERE
      Observatory of Athens, Greece                                                                     Z. Wang, D. A. Gurnett, W. S. Kurth, S. Ye, University of Iowa, United
                                                                                                        States; D. G. Mitchell, J. F. Carbary, Applied Physics Laboratory, United
15:20 G02.6 AN ANALYSIS OF MID-LATITUDE STORM-TIME IONOSPHERIC                                          States; J. S. Leisner, C. T. Russell, UCLA, United States
      PEAK PARAMETERS
      D. Buresova1, L.-A. McKinnell2, T. Sindelarova1, I. Blanco Alegre3,
      B. A. De La Morena3                                                                         Monday, August 11                     13:40-17:20                               Grand A
      1
        Institute of Atmospheric Physics of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic,
                                                                                                  Session J02
      Czech Republic; 2Hermanus Magnetic Observatory, South Africa; 3Ionospheric
      Observatory El Arenosillo, Spain
                                                                                                  Aperture and Focal Plane Arrays in Radio Astronomy
15:40 Break
                                                                                                  Session Chair: Bruce Veidt
16:00 G02.7 IMPROVING THE INTERNATIONAL REFERENCE IONOSPHERE
      AT HIGH LATITUDES                                                                           13:40 J02.1 A K-BAND SPECTROSCOPIC FOCAL PLANE ARRAY FOR THE
      D. Bilitza, George Mason University, United States; C. J. Mertens, NASA Langley                   ROBERT C. BYRD GREEN BANK RADIO TELESCOPE
      Research Center, United States; Z. Yongliang, L. J. Paxton, Johns Hopkins                         M. Morgan, S. White, J. Lockman, E. Bryerton, K. Saini, R. Norrod, B. Simon,
      University, United States; B. W. Reinisch, University Massachusetts Lowell, United                S. Srikanth, G. Anderson, D. Pisano, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, United
      States                                                                                            States

16:20 G02.8 USING NEURAL NETWORK TO CONSTRUCT REGIONAL                                            14:00 J02.2 FOCAL PLANE ARRAYS EVOLVE
      REFERENCE TOTAL ELECTRON CONTENT MODEL                                                            W. A. van Cappellen, J. G. Bij de Vaate, M. V. Ivashina, L. Bakker, T. Oosterloo,
      T. Maruyama, National institute of information and communications technology,                     ASTRON, Netherlands
      Japan
                                                                                                  14:20 J02.3 PHASED ARRAY FEED DEVELOPMENT FOR THE AUSTRALIAN
16:40 G02.9 NON-LINEAR SYSTEM MODELLING APPLIED TO FORECASTING                                          SKA PATHFINDER
      OF FOF2 AND TEC                                                                                   J. D. O'Sullivan1, F. Cooray2, C. Granet2, R. Gough1, S. Hay2, D. Hayman2,
      Y. Tulunay, E. Tulunay, ODTU/METU Ankara, Turkey                                                  M. Kesteven1, J. Kot2, A. Grancea2, R. Shaw2
                                                                                                        1
                                                                                                          CSIRO, ATNF, Australia; 2CSIRO, ICT Centre, Australia
17:00 G02.10 DIURNAL AND SEASONAL VARIABILITY OF D-REGION
      ELECTRON DENSITIES AT 69N                                                                   14:40 J02.4 BYU/NRAO 19-ELEMENT PHASED ARRAY FEED MODELING AND
      R. Latteck, W. Singer, Leibniz-Institut fuer Atmosphaerenphysik,                                  EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS
      Germany; M. Friedrich, Technical University of Graz, Austria; M. Wakabayashi,                     K. F. Warnick, B. D. Jeffs, J. Landon, J. Waldron, D. Jones, Brigham Young
      Niihama National College of Technology, Japan                                                     University, United States; R. Fisher, R. Norrod, National Radio Astronomy
                                                                                                        Observatory, United States

Monday, August 11                     13:40-17:20                                Grand F          15:00 J02.5 OPTIMIZING PHASED ARRAY FEEDS TO REDUCE ELEVATION-
                                                                                                        DEPENDENT SPILLOVER NOISE IN RADIO TELESCOPES
Session H02                                                                                             M. J. Elmer, J. Landon, B. D. Jeffs, K. F. Warnick, J. Waldron, Brigham Young
                                                                                                        University, United States; J. R. Fisher, R. D. Norrod, National Radio Astronomy
Observations of Waves and Coherent Structures in Space Plasmas                                          Observatory, United States
Session Chairs: Ondrej Santolik, Jolene Pickett                                                   15:20 J02.6 CALIBRATION OF PHASED ARRAY FEEDS
                                                                                                        M. A. Voronkov, T. J. Cornwell, CSIRO, Australia
13:40 H02.1 THE EARTH'S MAGNETOSPHERE AS A CYCLOTRON MASER:
      DEDICATION TO V. YU. TRAKHTENGERTS                                                          15:40 Break
      A. G. Demekhov, Institute of Applied Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences,
      Russian Federation                                                                          16:00 J02.7 LWA STATION DESIGN


                                                                                              5
       S. Ellingson, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, United                            S. Sharma, P. Banerjee, A. Chaterjee, A. K. Suri, National Physical Laboratory,
       States; N. Kassim, Naval Research Laboratory, United States                                        India

16:20 J02.8 THE CURRENT DESIGN OF THE LOFAR INSTRUMENT                                             08:20 A02.2 PRECISE POINT POSITIONING FOR TIMING
      A. W. Gunst, M. J. Bentum, ASTRON, Netherlands                                                     G. Cerretto, INRiM (Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica), Italy; F. Lahaye,
                                                                                                         NRCan (Natural Resources Canada), Canada; N. Guyennon, Freelance Engineer,
16:40 J02.9 DESIGN OF AN APERTURE PHASED ARRAY SYSTEM FOR THE                                            Italy
      SKA
      A. J. Faulkner1, P. Alexander2, M. E. Jones3, R. Bolton2, A. van Ardenne4,                   08:40 A02.3 PRECISION OPTICAL CARRIER TRANSMISSION OVER 110KM
      S. Torchinsky5                                                                                     M. Musha, K. Nakagawa, K.-I. Ueda, University of electro-communications,
      1
        The University of Manchester, United Kingdom; 2University of Cambridge, United                   Japan; F.-L. Hong, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and
      Kingdom; 3Oxford University, United Kingdom; 4ASTRON, The Netherlands;                             Technology, Japan
      5
        Observatoire de Paris, France
                                                                                                   09:00 A02.4 SPACE-TIME STANDARDS AND RELATIVISTIC EFFECTS
17:00 J02.10 TOWARDS COMPLETION OF APERTURE ARRAY                                                        M. Hosokawa, NICT, Japan
      DEVELOPMENTS - EMBRACE UPDATE
      P. D. Patel, D. W. Kant, E. V. D. Wal, A. V. Ardenne, ASTRON, Netherlands                    09:20 Break

                                                                                                   09:40 A02.5 TIME AND FREQUENCY UPGRADES AT THE U.S. NAVAL
Monday, August 11                      13:40-17:20                          Columbus KL                  OBSERVATORY (USNO)
                                                                                                         D. Matsakis, --US Naval Observatory, United States
Session KBE

Biomedical Applications: Microwave Breast Imaging                                                  Tuesday, August 12                    08:00-12:00                                Grand B

Session Chairs: Joe LoVetri, Susan Hagness                                                         Session B01

13:40 KBE.1 VISIBILITY OF BREAST MALIGNANCY BY MICROWAVE                                           Electromagnetic Theory
      RADIOMETRY: PRELIMINARY RESULTS ON A REAL ANTENNA
      I. Santina, Universita di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy                                            Session Chairs: Gerhard Kristensson, Ben Steinberg

14:00 KBE.2 ON THE USE OF A PRIORI DATA IN MICROWAVE                                               08:00 B01.1 DISCRETE ELECTRODYNAMICS: POTENTIALS AND QUANTUM
      TOMOGRAPHY                                                                                         ELECTRONICS
      A. Fhager, C.-C. Chen, M. Persson, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden                       J. M. Arnold, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

14:20 KBE.3 THREE-DIMENSIONAL MICROWAVE BREAST IMAGING: A                                          08:20 B01.2 FINITE SCALE HOMOGENIZATION OF CHIRAL MEDIA
      BOUNDED, MULTI-FREQUENCY INVERSE SCATTERING SOLUTION                                               D. Sjoberg, Lund University, Sweden
      ON A UNIFORM VOXEL MESH
                                                                                                   08:40 B01.3 PHYSICAL BOUNDS AND SUMMATION RULES IN ANTENNA
      J. D. Shea1, P. Kosmas1,2, S. C. Hagness1, B. D. Van Veen1
      1                                                                                                  THEORY
        University of Wisconsin - Madison, United States; 2Kings College London, United
                                                                                                         M. Gustafsson, C. Sohl, Lund University, Sweden
      Kingdom
                                                                                                   09:00 B01.4 A GENERAL APPROACH FOR DERIVING BOUNDS IN
14:40 KBE.4 QUANTITATIVE MICROWAVE BREAST PHANTOM IMAGING
                                                                                                         ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY
      USING A PLANAR 2.45 GHZ SYSTEM
                                                                                                         C. Sohl, M. Gustafsson, G. Kristensson, Lund University, Sweden; S. Nordebo,
      T. Gunnarsson1,2, N. Joachimowicz1, A. Joisel1, C. Conessa1, A. Diet1, J.-
                                                                                                         Vaxjo University, Sweden
      C. Bolomey1
      1
        Laboratoire des Signaux et Systmes, SUPLEC, France; 2Malardalen University,                09:20 Break
      Sweden
                                                                                                   09:40 B01.5 ROBUST NUMERICAL METHODS FOR DIFFRACTION FROM
15:00 KBE.5 DIELECTRIC-PROPERTIES CONTRAST ENHANCEMENT FOR                                               RESONANT CAVITY-BACKED APERTURES OF GENERAL FORM
      MICROWAVE BREAST CANCER DETECTION: NUMERICAL                                                       P. D. Smith, Macquarie University, Australia
      INVESTIGATIONS OF MICROBUBBLE CONTRAST AGENTS
      M. Lazebnik, S. C. Hagness, J. H. Booske, University of Wisconsin -- Madison,                10:00 B01.6 OVERVIEW OF THEORY AND APPLICATIONS OF EPSILON-
      United States                                                                                      NEAR-ZERO MATERIALS
                                                                                                         M. Silveirinha1,2, A. Alu1, B. Edwards1, N. Engheta1
15:20 KBE.6 IMAGING THE BREAST WITH MICROWAVES: THE                                                      1
                                                                                                           University of Pennsylvania, United States; 2University of Coimbra, Portugal
      DARTMOUTH EXPERIENCE
      K. D. Paulsen, P. M. Meaney, Dartmouth College, United States; S. P. Poplack,                10:20 B01.7 THE ELECTRODYNAMICS OF ROTATING SLOW-LIGHT
      Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, United States                                                  WAVEGUIDES WITH STRUCTURAL DISORDER: OPTICAL
                                                                                                         GYROSCOPES, DEGENERACY SPLITTING, AND THE CREATION OF A
15:40 Break                                                                                              DEAD-ZONE
                                                                                                         B. Z. Steinberg, J. Scheuer, School of EE, Tel-Aviv University, Israel
16:00 KBE.7 TUMOR RESPONSE ESTIMATION ALGORITHM FOR RADAR-
      BASED MICROWAVE BREAST CANCER DETECTION                                                      10:40 B01.8 STABILITY AND CAUSALITY OF EFFECTIVE MATERIAL
      D. J. Kurrant, J. Sill, E. C. Fear, University of Calgary, Canada                                  PARAMETERS FOR BIASED FERROMAGNETIC MATERIALS
                                                                                                         D. Sjoberg, Lund University, Sweden; J. Ramprecht, Royal Institute of Technology,
16:20 KBE.8 A COMPARISON BETWEEN TWO ALGORITHMS FOR
                                                                                                         Sweden; N. Wellander, Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), Sweden
      MICROWAVE BREAST CANCER DETECTION
      S. M. Salvador, G. Vecchi, G. Pagana, C. Cacciatore, R. Maggiora, E. A. Attardo,             11:00 B01.9 ON ELECTROMAGNETIC CLOAKING - GENERAL PRINCIPLES,
      Politecnico di Torino, Italy                                                                       PROBLEMS AND RECENT ADVANCES USING THE TRANSMISSION-
                                                                                                         LINE APPROACH
16:40 KBE.9 IMPROVED MICROWAVE TOMOGRAPHY USING RESONANT
                                                                                                         P. Alitalo, S. Tretyakov, TKK Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
      ENCLOSURES
      C. Gilmore, J. LoVetri, University of Manitoba, Canada                                       11:20 B01.10 DIFFRACTION BY A TERMINATED, SEMI-INFINITE PARALLEL-
                                                                                                         PLATE WAVEGUIDE WITH FOUR-LAYER MATERIAL LOADING: THE
17:00 KBE.10 A CONTRAST SOURCE INVERSION METHOD USING A FINITE-
                                                                                                         CASE OF H POLARIZATION
      DIFFERENCE SOLVER FOR MICROWAVE IMAGING APPLICATIONS
                                                                                                         E. Shang, K. Kobayashi, Chuo University, Japan
      A. Abubakar1, W. Hu1, P. M. van den Berg2, T. M. Habashy1
      1
        Schlumberger-Doll Research, United States; 2Delft University of Technology, The            11:40 B01.11 USER-FRIENDLY BROADBAND CALCULATOR OF
      Netherlands                                                                                        ELECTROMAGNETIC GREENS FUNCTIONS IN LAYERED MEDIA
                                                                                                         V. N. Kourkoulos, A. C. Cangellaris, University of Illinois, United States
Tuesday, August 12                     08:00-10:00                               Columbus IJ
Session A02                                                                                        Tuesday, August 12                    08:00-11:20                         Columbus GH
                                                                                                   Session C03
Time Scales and Time Dissemination
                                                                                                   Multi-antenna Systems
Session Chair: Demetrios Matsakis
                                                                                                   Session Chairs: Marco Chiani, Buon Kiong Lau
08:00 A02.1 IMPROVEMENT OF UNCERTAINTY OF TIME TRANSFER
      BETWEEN NPLI AND EUROPE VIA GPS COMMON VIEW


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08:00 C03.1 HUMAN BODY EFFECTS OF BROWSING HANDSET MIMO                                             P. P. Aseev, M. V. Ryabko, S. A. Nikitov, Y. K. Chamorovskii, Institute of
      ANTENNAS IN INCIDENT WAVES WITH A SMALL ANGULAR SPREAD                                        Radioengineering and Electronics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian
      K. Ogawa, A. Yamamoto, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd.,                               Federation
      Japan; T. Hayashi, Panasonic Mobile Communications, Japan

08:20 C03.2 A PORTABLE MIMO ANTENNA SYSTEM                                                   Tuesday, August 12                    08:00-12:00                         Columbus CD
      U. Navsariwala, M. Karam, N. E. Buris, Motorola, United States
                                                                                             Session E07
08:40 C03.3 IMPACT OF CONCENTRATED AZIMUTH POWER SPECTRUM
      FOR PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF USER TERMINAL ARRAY                                      Electromagnetic Compatibility in Wire and Wireless Communication
      ANTENNA                                                                                Systems
      J.-I. Takada, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
                                                                                             Session Chairs: Ahmed Zeddam, Farhad Rachidi
09:00 C03.4 ITERATIVE ARRAY LEVEL OPTIMIZATION OF MIMO
      ANTENNAS                                                                               08:00 E07.1 ELECTROMAGNETIC MODELING OF THE POWERLINE
      P. R. Sai Ananthanarayanan1, D. G. Landon2, C. Furse1                                        CHANNEL USING MULTICONDUCTOR TRANSMISSION LINE
      1
        University of Utah, United States; 2L-3 Communication, United States                       K. Panayappan, A. Bhattacharya, Indian Institute of Technology, India

09:20 Break                                                                                  08:20 E07.2 COMPARISON OF IN-HOUSE AND IN-VEHICLE NOISE
                                                                                                   CHARACTERISTICS IN PLC SYSTEMS
09:40 C03.5 AN ACCURATE TECHNIQUE FOR ARRAY DESIGN AND                                             V. Degardin1, F. Rouissi2, M. Lienard1, P. Degauque1, A. Zeddam3
                                                                                                   1
      CHARACTERIZATION IN MIMO CHANNEL                                                               IEMN, France; 2SUP'COM, Tunisie; 3FRANCE TELECOM R&D, France
      C. A. Tunc, V. B. Erturk, D. Aktas, A. Altintas, Bilkent University, Turkey
                                                                                             08:40 E07.3 ANALYSIS OF EMC ISSUES AND THROUGHPUTS OF THE PLC
10:00 C03.6 COVARIANCE-BASED SIGNALING AND FEEDBACK DATA                                           SYSTEMS UP TO 100 MHZ
      PARAMETERIZATION FOR THE TIME-VARYING MIMO BROADCAST                                         A. Zeddam, R. Razafferson, F. Gauthier, P. Pagani, France Telecom, France
      CHANNEL
      A. L. Anderson, J. R. Zeidler, University of California, San Diego, United             09:00 E07.4 EXPERIMENTAL VERIFICATION OF COMMON-MODE CURRENT
      States; M. A. Jensen, Brigham Young University, United States                                GENERATION IN HOME ELECTRICAL WIRING IN THE POWELINE
                                                                                                   COMMUNICATIONS BAND
10:20 C03.7 NONLINEAR PHENOMENA IN BEAMFORMING                                                     A. Rubinstein1, A. Vukicevic2, M. Rubinstein1, F. Rachidi2
      A. Mammela, M. Kiviranta, H. Paaso, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland,                1
                                                                                                     University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland, Switzerland; 2Swiss Federal
      Finland                                                                                      Institute of Technology, Switzerland
10:40 C03.8 ESTIMATION OF SPATIAL PHASE FLUCTUATIONS IN LARGE-                               09:20 Break
      APERTURE AND MULTI-ANTENNA RADIO SYSTEMS
      A. B. Shmelev, Radiotechnical Institute by Academician A.L.Mints, Russian              09:40 E07.5 CHARACTERIZATION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION
      Federation                                                                                   CAUSED BY ``ON LINE'' WIRE DIAGNOSIS
                                                                                                   A. Lelong, M. O. Carrion, CEA LIST, France; V. Degardin, M. Lienard, IEMN,
11:00 C03.9 ESTIMATION OF DIRECTIONS OF ARRIVAL OF SIGNALS USING                                   France
      ANTENNA ARRAYS COMPOSED OF HEXAGONAL SUBARRAYS
      V. I. Vasylyshyn, Kharkov Air Force University, Ukraine                                10:00 E07.6 SPICE MODELING OF BCI PROBES ACCOUNTING FOR THE
                                                                                                   FREQUENCY-DEPENDENT BEHAVIOR OF THE FERRITE CORE
                                                                                                   F. Grassi1, F. Marliani2, S. A. Pignari1
                                                                                                   1
Tuesday, August 12                    08:00-11:00                          Columbus AB               Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 2European Space Agency, The Netherlands
Session D02a                                                                                 10:20 E07.7 MEASUREMENT INVESTIGATIONS INTO ELECTROMAGNETIC
                                                                                                   NOISE COUPLED FROM A HIGH FREQUENCY BALLASTED LIGHTING
Optical Devices Including Guided Waves I                                                           SYSTEM TO A CO-LOCATED SAFETY RELATED COMMUNICATIONS
                                                                                                   SYSTEM IN AN OPERATIONAL URBAN METRO ENVIRONMENT
Session Chair: Prof. K Thyagarajan                                                                 L. M. McCormack, Atkins, United Kingdom; B. Tait, S. Seller, D. Bozec, York EMC
08:00 D02a.1 EFFECT OF FINITE LINEWIDTH ON OPTICAL INJECTION                                       Services Ltd, United Kingdom
      LOCKING                                                                                10:40 E07.8 LOW INTERFERENCE WIDEBAND WIRELESS SYSTEMS USING
      A. Banerjee, A. Mukherjee, B. Biswas, ACADEMY OF TECHNOLOGY, WEST                            HIGH ALTITUDE PLATFORMS
      BENGAL, India                                                                                J. Gavan, S. Tapuchi, V. Vulfin, sami shamoon college of engineering, Israel
08:20 D02a.2 FALSE LOCKING IN OPTICAL PHASE LOCK LOOP: REVISITED                             11:00 E07.9 EMC ANALYSIS FOR SUSTAINER ELECTRIC PROPULSIONS AND
      A. Mukherjee, A. Banerjee, B. Biswas, ACADEMY OF TECHNOLOGY, WEST                            DEEP SPACE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
      BENGAL, India                                                                                A. P. Plokhikh1, N. A. Vazhenin1, A. S. Volkovsky2, G. V. Soganova1
                                                                                                   1
08:40 D02a.3 FABRICATION OF EFFICIENT AND STABLE WHITE ORGANIC                                       Research Institute of Applied Mechanics and Electrodynamics, Russian Federation;
                                                                                                   2
      LIGHT EMITTING DIODES (WOLEDS) BASED ON HOST-GUEST                                             Moscow Aviation Institute, Russian Federation
      SYSTEM                                                                                 11:20 E07.10 BIT ERROR RATES OF LARGE AREA SYNCHRONOUS SYSTEMS
      V. K. Rai, R. Srivastav, M. N. Kamalasanan, National Physical Laboratory, India              IN THE PRESENCE OF ADJACENT CELL INTERFERENCE
09:00 D02a.4 MULTIPLE-WAVELENGTH SOURCE BASED ON SOA AND                                           G. Cresp, The University of Western Australia, Australia; H.-J. Zepernick, Blekinge
      SAGNAC LOOP MIRROR                                                                           Institute of Technology, Sweden; H. H. Dam, Curtin University of Technology,
      K. Thambiratnam, N. S. Shahabuddin, S. W. Harun, H. Ahmad, University of                     Australia
      Malaya, Malaysia                                                                       11:40 E07.11 DESIGN AND CHARACTERIZATION OF SELECTIVE SHIELDS
09:20 Break                                                                                        FOR WIRELESS APPLICATIONS
                                                                                                   R. Stefanelli, D. Trinchero, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
09:40 D02a.5 NOVEL STEP-CHIRPED QUASI-PHASE MATCHED GRATINGS
      FOR BROADBAND FREQUENCY DOUBLERS WITH HIGH-EFFICIENCY
      FLAT RESPONSE IN NONLINEAR OPTICAL WAVEGUIDES                                          Tuesday, August 12                    08:00-11:20                          Columbus EF
      A. Tehranchi, R. Kashyap, Ecole Polytechnique, University of Montreal, Canada          Session F03
10:00 D02a.6 WIDE FREQUENCY RANGE CONTROLLABLE WAVE
                                                                                             Attenuation and Depolarisation in Satellite and Terrestrial
      TRANSMISSION IN WAVEGUIDE WITH VARIABLE LATERAL
      PERIODIC PROFILE                                                                       Propagation
      V. Pogrebnyak, J. J. Whalen, SUNY at Buffalo, United States
                                                                                             Session Chair: Robert Watson
10:20 D02a.7 NSOM OBSERVATIONS OF HIGHLY CONFINED MODES IN
      SILICON BASED LOW REFRACTIVE INDEX STRUCTURES                                          08:00 F03.1 SPATIAL ASPECTS OF SEA AND LAND CLUTTER FROM S, C, AND
      K. Foubert1,2, L. Lalouat1, B. Cluzel1, D. Peyrade3, E. Picard2, E. Hadji2,                  X BAND RADAR DUE TO NON-STANDARD RADIO FREQUENCY
      F. de Fornel1                                                                                PROPAGATION DURING A COASTAL SEA BREEZE
      1                                                                                            R. E. Marshall, J. K. Stapleton, T. S. Casey, Naval Surface Warfare Center,
        Universit de Bourgogne, FRANCE; 2CEA-Grenoble, FRANCE; 3CNRS, France
                                                                                                   Dahlgren, United States
10:40 D02a.8 NUMERICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF
      BIREFRINGENCE IN MICROSTRUCTURED OPTICAL FIBER                                         08:20 F03.2 A TECHNIQUE FOR RECONSTRUCTING TWO-DIMENSIONAL
                                                                                                   RAINFALL FIELDS FROM TERRESTRIAL MICROWAVE LINKS


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       D. D. Hodges, R. J. Watson, University of Bath, United Kingdom                           11:00 G03.9 COMBINATION OF A RADIO WAVE SCATTERING ALGORITHM
                                                                                                      WITH COHERENT RADAR DATA FOR EQUATORIAL SCINTILLATION
08:40 F03.3 RAIN RATE AND RAIN ATTENUATION PREDICTION FOR                                             PREDICTIONS
      SATELLITE COMMUNICATION IN KU AND KA BANDS OVER NIGERIA.                                        E. Costa, CETUC PUC-Rio, Brazil; E. R. de Paula, E. A. Kherani, Instituto
      J. S. Ojo, M. O. Ajewole, Federal University of Technology Akure,                               Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais, Brazil; K. M. Groves, Air Force Research
      Nigeria; S. K. Sarkar, National Physical Laboratory, India                                      Laboratory, USA
09:00 F03.4 RAIN ATTENUATION STATISTICS OVER TERRESTRIAL                                        11:20 G03.10 DEMETER OBSERVATIONS OF HIGHLY STRUCTURED PLASMA
      MICROWAVE LINK OPERATING AT 28.75 GHZ OVER AMRITSAR,                                            DENSITY AND ASSOCIATED ELF ELECTRIC FIELD AND MAGNETIC
      INDIA( TROPICAL REGION)                                                                         FIELD IRREGULARITIES AT MIDDLE AND LOW LATITUDES
      P. Sharma, I. S. Hudiara, K C College of Engg. and IT, India; M. L. Singh, Guru                 R. F. Pfaff, C. Liebrecht, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, United States; J.-
      Nanak Dev University, India                                                                     J. Berthelier, CETP, France; M. Parrot, LPCE, France; J.-P. Lebreton, ESA,
                                                                                                      Netherlands
09:20 Break
                                                                                                11:40 G03.11 THE LOW-LATITUDE IONOSPHERIC SENSOR NETWORK (LISN)
09:40 F03.5 TIME SERIES PREDICTOR OF KU-BAND RAIN ATTENUATION
                                                                                                      C. E. Valladares, P. H. Doherty, Boston College, United States
      OVER AN EARTH-SPACE PATH AT A TROPICAL LOCATION
      A. Maitra, University of Calcutta, India; D. Das, Meghnad Saha Institute of
      Technology, India
                                                                                                Tuesday, August 12                    08:00-11:00                                 Grand F
10:00 F03.6 SEASONAL VARIATIONS OF RAIN ATTENUATION ON RADIO                                    Session HG1a
      PROPAGATION PATHS IN SOUTH AFRICA
      M. O. Odedina, T. J. Afullo, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa                    Wave-particle Interactions and Radiation Belt Remediation I
10:20 F03.7 PATH ATTENUATION COMPUTATION AND MODELING FOR                                       Session Chairs: G. Ganguli, Jay Albert, Keith Groves
      MICROWAVE LINK SYSTEMS IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN COAST
      C. T. Mulangu, T. J. O. Afullo, University of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa                 08:00 HG1a.1 ATMOSPHERIC AND IONOSPHERIC IMPLICATIONS OF
                                                                                                      RADIATION BELT REMEDIATION
10:40 F03.8 COMBINED FADE MITIGATION TECHNIQUES IN A                                                  C. J. Rodger1, M. A. Clilverd2, T. Ulich3, P. Verronen4, E. Turunen3, N. R. Thomson1
      MILLIMETER-WAVE POINT-TO-MULTIPOINT SYSTEM                                                      1
                                                                                                        University of Otago, New Zealand; 2British Antarctic Survey, United Kingdom;
      J. M. Riera, P. Garcia del Pino, R. Alvarino, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid,                3
                                                                                                        Sodankyla Geophysical Observatory, Finland; 4Finnish Meteorological Institute,
      Spain                                                                                           Finland
11:00 F03.9 THE CORRELATION OF ENHANCEMENT AND FADING ON                                        08:20 HG1a.2 RADIATION BELT PRECIPITATION DUE TO MAN-MADE VLF
      TERRESTRIAL POINT TO POINT MICROWAVE LINKS                                                      TRANSMISSIONS: SATELLITE OBSERVATIONS
      M. J. Willis, K. H. Craig, STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, United Kingdom                  R. J. Gamble1, C. J. Rodger1, M. A. Clilverd2, N. R. Thomson1, S. L. Stewart1,
                                                                                                      R. J. McCormick1, M. Parrot3, J.-A. Sauvaud4, J.-J. Berthelier5
                                                                                                      1
                                                                                                        University of Otago, New Zealand; 2British Antarctic Survey (NERC), United
Tuesday, August 12                    08:00-12:00                               Grand E               Kingdom; 3Laborotoire de Physique et Chimie de l'Environnement, France; 4Centre
Session G03                                                                                           d'Etudes Spatiale des Rayonnements, France; 5Centre d'Etudes des Environnements
                                                                                                      Terrestre et Planetaires, France
Irregularities and Scintillation
                                                                                                08:40 HG1a.3 COMPARISON OF MODEL VLF POWER DISTRIBUTIONS WITH
Session Chairs: Patricia Doherty, A Bhattacharyya, Eurico de Paula                                    SATELLITE DATA
                                                                                                      R. A. Quinn, Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc., United
08:00 G03.1 HOW REAL SPACE CONSIDERATIONS CAN HELP THE STUDY                                          States; M. J. Starks, J. Albert, G. P. Ginet, Air Force Research Laboratory, United
      OF THE EVOLUTION OF IONOSPHERIC IRREGULARITIES.                                                 States
      J.-P. St-Maurice, Institute of Space and Atmospheric Sciences, U of Saskatchewan,
      Canada                                                                                    09:00 HG1a.4 MODELING VLF TRANS-IONOSPHERIC PROPAGATION USING
                                                                                                      THE FULL-WAVE TECHNIQUE
08:20 G03.2 A COMPARISON OF 2D AND 3D SIMULATIONS OF FARLEY-                                          J. Bortnik, UCLA, United States
      BUNEMAN TURBULENCE
      M. M. Oppenheim, Y. S. Dimant, Boston University, United States; L. P. Dyrud,             09:20 Break
      Center for Remote Sensing, United States
                                                                                                09:40 HG1a.5 INSTABILITY OF COHERENT WHISTLERS PROPAGATING
08:40 G03.3 ESTIMATING THE IMPACTS OF IONOSPHERIC                                                     ALONG FIELD LINES IN THE MAGNETOSPHERE
      IRREGULARITIES ON SPACE RADAR DURING SOLAR MAXIMUM                                              M. Lampe, G. Ganguli, Naval Research Laboratory, United States; G. Joyce,
      K. M. Groves1, S. Basu2, T. Beach1, C. S. Carrano3, R. Caton3, P. S. Cannon4                    W. Manheimer, University of Maryland, United States
      1
        Air Force Research Laboratory, USA; 2Boston College, USA; 3AER, Inc., USA;
      4                                                                                         10:00 HG1a.6 NUMERICAL STUDY OF WHISTLER INTERACTIONS WITH
        QinetiQ, UK
                                                                                                      ENERGETIC ELECTRONS IN THE EARTH'S RADIATION BELT
09:00 G03.4 SPECIFICATION OF EQUATORIAL IONOSPHERIC                                                   A. V. Streltsov, Dartmouth College, United States
      IRREGULARITY FORMATION DURING THE MAIN PHASE OF STRONG
                                                                                                10:20 HG1a.7 SURVEY OF MAGNETOSONIC WAVES AND PROTON RING
      MAGNETIC STORMS
                                                                                                      DISTRIBUTIONS IN THE EARTH'S INNER MAGNETOSPHERE
      S. Basu, Boston College, United States; S. Basu, Boston University, United
                                                                                                      N. P. Meredith, R. B. Horne, British Antarctic Survey, United
      States; K. M. Groves, F. J. Rich, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States
                                                                                                      Kingdom; R. R. Anderson, University of Iowa, United States
09:20 Break
                                                                                                10:40 HG1a.8 ELECTRON ACCELERATION IN THE VAN ALLEN RADIATION
09:40 G03.5 LOCAL TIME DEPENDENT RESPONSE OF POST-SUNSET ESF                                          BELTS BY FAST MAGNETOSONIC WAVES
      DURING GEOMAGNETIC STORMS                                                                       R. B. Horne1, R. M. Thorne2, S. A. Glauert1, N. P. Meredith1, D. Pokhotelov3,
      P. V. S. Rama Rao, S. Tulasi Ram, D. S. V. V. D. Prasad, K. Niranjan,                           O. Santolik4
                                                                                                      1
      S. Gopi Krishna, Department of Physics, Andhra University, India                                  British Antarctic Survey, UK; 2University of California, USA; 3University of Bath,
                                                                                                      UK; 4Charles University, Czech Republic
10:00 G03.6 DEPENDENCE OF THE SPATIAL STRUCTURE OF ESF
      IRREGULARITIES ON THE HEIGHT OF THE POST-SUNSET
      EQUATORIAL F LAYER                                                                        Tuesday, August 12                    11:00-12:00                                 Grand F
      A. Bhattacharyya, B. Kakad, K. Jeeva, K. U. Nair, Indian Institute of Geomagnetism,       Session HT
      India

10:20 G03.7 MEASURING THE EQUATORIAL SPREAD F IRREGULARITY K-                                   Tutorial H:Wave Acceleration and Loss Processes at the Earth and
      SPACE SPECTRUM WITH THE JICAMARCA RADAR: PRELIMINARY                                      Planets
      RESULTS
      J. L. Chau, Instituto Geofisico del Peru, Peru; D. L. Hysell, Cornell University,         Session Chair: Richard Horne
      USA                                                                                       11:00 HT.1 WAVE ACCELERATION AND LOSS PROCESSES IN THE
10:40 G03.8 FIRST RESULTS FROM THE ST. CROIX COHERENT SCATTER                                         MAGNETOSPHERE OF EARTH AND PLANETS
      RADAR IMAGER                                                                                    R. M. Thorne, UCLA, United States
      D. L. Hysell, E. Nossa, Cornell University, United States; M. F. Larsen, Clemson
      University, United States; J. Munro, University of the Virgin Islands, United
      States; S. A. Gonzalez, M. P. Sulzer, Arecibo Radio Observatory, United States            Tuesday, August 12                     08:00-12:00                                Grand A


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Session J03a                                                                                        11:20 K03a.6 THE EFFECT OF ABSORBED RF ON THE BBB (AND OTHER
                                                                                                          INDICES) IN THE DEVELOPING FETAL AND NEO-NATAL MOUSE
mm and Sub-mm Radio Astronomy I                                                                           BRAIN
                                                                                                          T. R. Kuchel, J. Finnie, Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science, Australia
Session Chair: Tony Beasley
08:00 J03a.1 REVIEW OF CURRENT AND PLANNED LARGE                                                    Tuesday, August 12                    13:40-14:20                           Columbus IJ
      MILLIMETER/SUBMILLIMETER SINGLE-DISH TELESCOPES
      P. Schilke, Max-Planck-Institut fuer Radioastronomie, Germany                                 Session A09

08:20 J03a.2 THE CORNELL CALTECH ATACAMA TELESCOPE (CCAT)                                           Wireless Sensor Networks
      S. J. E. Radford1, R. Giovanelli2, T. A. Sebring2, D. Woody1, J. Zmuidzinas1
      1
        California Institute of Technology, United States; 2Cornell University, United States       Session Chair: N. Goldsman

08:40 J03a.3 THE LARGE MILLIMETER TELESCOPE                                                         13:40 A09.1 ASSESSMENT OF ZIGBEE STANDARD
      F. P. Schloerb, University of Massachusetts, United States                                          M. W. Thomas, NONE, United States

09:00 J03a.4 THE SOUTH POLE TELESCOPE: AN UPDATE                                                    14:00 A09.2 AN ACCURATE MODEL FOR THE ANALYSIS OF THE
      R. Keisler, University of Chicago, United States                                                    ELECTROMAGNETIC PROPAGATION FROM UNDERGROUND PIPES
                                                                                                          TO THE SURFACE
09:20 Break                                                                                               B. Fiorelli, R. Stefanelli, D. Trinchero, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
09:40 J03a.5 THE GALACTIC SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE SAGITTARIUS
      A*                                                                                            Tuesday, August 12                    13:40-15:40                                Grand B
      D. P. Marrone, NRAO/University of Chicago, United States
                                                                                                    Session BCK
10:00 J03a.6 THE VARIABILITY OF SAGITTARIUS A* AT 3 MILLIMETERS
      Z.-Q. Shen1, J. Li1, A. Miyazaki2, L. Huang1, M. Miyoshi2, R. J. Sault3, M. Tsuboi4,          Body Area Networks, Including Medical Application
      T. Tsutsumi2
      1
        Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, China; 2National Astronomical Observatory                Session Chairs: Yahya Rahmat-Samii, Koichi Ito
      of Japan, Japan; 3University of Melbourne, School of Physics, Australia; 4Institute of
      Space and Astronautical Science, Japan                                                        13:40 BCK.1 ANTENNAS IN COMMUNICATIONS, BIOTELEMETRY AND
                                                                                                          MEDICAL APPLICATIONS: CELLPHONE, WEARABLE, IMPLANTABLE
10:20 J03a.7 230GHZ VLBI OF SGRA*: GETTING TO THE EVENT HORIZON                                           AND INGESTIBLE
      S. S. Doeleman, A. E. Rogers, M. A. Titus, R. J. Cappallo, D. L. Smythe,                            Y. Rahmat-Samii, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), United States
      B. E. Corey, MIT Haystack Observatory, USA; L. Ziurys, R. Freund, Arizona Radio
      Observatory, USA; J. Weintroub, J. Moran, E. Mattison, D. Phillips, R. Vessot,                14:00 BCK.2 BODY-WORN DIVERSITY ANTENNAS FOR SQUAD AREA
      K. Young, J. Test, P. Yamaguchi, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics,                       NETWORKS (SAN)
      USA; R. Tilanus, P. Friberg, G. Davis, James Clerk Maxwell Telescope,                               D. Psychoudakis, G. Y. Lee, C.-C. Chen, J. L. Volakis, The Ohio State University,
      USA; D. Plambeck, D. Bock, G. C. Bower, H. Maness, Combined Array for                               United States
      Research in Millimeter-wave Astronomy, USA; R. Chamberlin, Caltech                            14:20 BCK.3 STATISTICAL PARAMETERS OF NARROWBAND CHANNELS ON
      Submillimeter Observatory, USA; I. Diegel, Honeywell, USA                                           THE WALKING HUMAN
10:40 J03a.8 CURRENT STATUS OF ALMA AND EXISTING MM/SUBMM                                                 P. S. Hall, Y. I. Nechayev, Z. H. Hu, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
      INTERFEROMETERS                                                                               14:40 BCK.4 FDTD SIMULATION OF WAVE PROPAGATION AND COUPLING
      M. Ishiguro, Joint ALMA Office, Chile                                                               FOR BODY AREA NETWORKS
                                                                                                          J. N. Bringuier, R. Mittra, The Pennsylvania State University, United
11:00 J03a.9 ALMA DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES
      R. E. Hills, ALMA, Chile                                                                            States; J. Wiarte, France Telecom, France

11:20 J03a.10 NEW BROADBAND MILLIMETER CAPABILITIES AT THE                                          15:00 BCK.5 PROPAGATION CHARACTERISTICS IN BODY AREA
      AUSTRALIA TELESCOPE COMPACT ARRAY                                                                   NETWORKS BY USE OF ASYMPTOTIC ANALYSIS
      K. J. Brooks, CSIRO Australia Telescope National Facility, Australia                                C. Seo, K. Saito, M. Takahashi, K. Ito, Chiba University, Japan

11:40 J03a.11 COMBINED ARRAY FOR RESEARCH IN MILLIMETER-WAVE                                        15:20 BCK.6 COLE-COLE MODEL FOR GLUCOSE-DEPENDENT DIELECTRIC
      ASTRONOMY                                                                                           PROPERTIES OF BLOOD PLASMA FOR CONTINUOUS GLUCOSE
      D. C. C-J. Bock, Combined Array for Research in Millimeter-wave Astronomy,                          MONITORING
      United States                                                                                       T. Karacolak1, E. C. Moreland2, E. Topsakal1
                                                                                                          1
                                                                                                            Mississippi State University, United States; 2University of Alabama at Birmingham,
                                                                                                          United States
Tuesday, August 12                     08:00-12:00                           Columbus KL
Session K03a                                                                                        Tuesday, August 12                    13:40-14:40                          Columbus GH
                                                                                                    Session C04
Wireless Communication and Health: Molecular, Cellular, Animal
Session Chairs: Dariusz Leszczynski, James McNamee                                                  Interference-limited Scenarios and Multiuser Detection for Wireless

08:00 K03a.1 POSSIBLE MECHANISMS TO EXPLAIN BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS                                      Session Chair: Ralf Mueller
      FROM LOW LEVEL RF EXPOSURE (I.E., WIRELESS COMMUNICATION
      SIGNALS)                                                                                      13:40 C04.1 CO-CHANNEL INTERFERENCE MITIGATION IN MULTIUSER
      J. J. Morrissey, Motorola, United States                                                            SYSTEMS WITH UNKNOWN CHANNELS
                                                                                                          D. Guo, Y. Zhu, M. L. Honig, Northwestern University, United States
08:40 K03a.2 THE USE OF DNA MICROARRAYS TO DETERMINE THE
      EFFECTS, IF ANY, OF RADIOFREQUENCY RADIATION (RFR) ON GENE                                    14:00 C04.2 GAUSSIAN FADING INTERFERENCE CHANNELS: POWER
      EXPRESSION                                                                                          CONTROL AND OUTAGE PROBABILITY
      J. L. Roti Roti, T. Whitehead, Washington University School of Medicine, United                     Y. Weng, D. Tuninetti, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States
      States                                                                                        14:20 C04.3 ITERATIVE MULTI-USER DECODING FOR MIMO-OFDM
09:20 Break                                                                                               SYSTEMS OVER TIME-FREQUENCY VARIANT WIRELESS CHANNELS
                                                                                                          P. Salvo Rossi, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
09:40 K03a.3 OVERVIEW OF RESEARCH INTO BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF
      RADIATION EMITTED BY WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS DEVICES
      D. Leszczynski, STUK - Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, Finland                        Tuesday, August 12                    13:40-15:20                          Columbus AB
                                                                                                    Session D02b
10:00 K03a.4 SEARCH FOR BIOMARKERS OF BIOLOGICAL RESPONSES -
      LESSONS FROM PROTEOMICS STUDIES                                                               Optical Devices Including Guided Waves II
      D. Leszczynski, STUK - Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, Finland
                                                                                                    13:40 D02b.1 DUAL-CORE LIQUID-FILLED PHOTONIC CRYSTAL FIBERS
10:40 K03a.5 CRITICAL FACTORS IN THE DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF
                                                                                                          FOR DISPERSION COMPENSATION
      GENOTOXICITY
                                                                                                          C.-P. Yu, J.-H. Liou, Institute of Electro-Optical Engineering, National Sun Yat-Sen
      R. Korenstein, Tel-Aviv University, Israel
                                                                                                          University, Taiwan; H.-C. Chang, Institute of Electro-Optical Engineering, Taiwan

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14:00 D02b.2 A SPURIOUS-FREE MOM SOLUTION FOR AIR-HOLE-ASSISTED                                         Y. H. Lee, Y. S. Meng, Y. H. Heng, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
      OPTICAL FIBERS
      S. Arvas, J. R. Mautz, E. Arvas, Syracuse University, United States
                                                                                                 Tuesday, August 12                     13:40-15:40                                 Grand E
14:20 D02b.3 AN ACCELERATED FETI-DPEM METHOD FOR MODELING
                                                                                                 Session G04a
      PHOTONIC CRYSTAL NANOCAVITIES
      Y.-J. Li, J.-M. Jin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
                                                                                                 Assimilation and Imaging of the Ionosphere and Plasmasphere I
14:40 D02b.4 PHOTONICALLY ASSISTED COMPRESSION OF ULTRA-
      WIDEBAND ARBITRARY MICROWAVE WAVEFORMS VIA                                                 Session Chairs: G Bust, Norbert Jakowski, M Codrescu
      PROGRAMMABLE OPTICAL PHASE FILTERS
                                                                                                 13:40 G04a.1 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS TO THE ELECTRON DENSITY
      E. Hamidi, A. M. Weiner, Purdue University, United States
                                                                                                       ASSIMILATIVE MODEL (EDAM) AND THE IMPACT OF EDAM ON
15:00 D02b.5 OPTICAL MILLIMETER-WAVE GENERATION USING 1.55µM                                           IONOSPHERIC RADIO SYSTEMS
      PHOTODIODES WITH AND WITHOUT INTEGRATED ANTENNAS                                                 M. J. Angling, P. S. Cannon, QinetiQ, United Kingdom
      A. Stöhr1, D. Jäger1, D. Moodie2, C. C. Renaud3, M. Robertson2, A. J. Seeds3,
                                                                                                 14:00 G04a.2 JPL/USC GAIM: USING COSMIC OCCULTATIONS TO ESTIMATE
      A. G. Steffan4, A. Umbach4
      1                                                                                                IONOSPHERIC STATE AND DRIVERS
        University Duisburg-Essen, Germany; 2Center for Integrated Photonics, United
                                                                                                       B. Wilson, A. Komjathy, V. Akopian, X. Pi, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, United
      Kingdom; 3University College London, United Kingdom; 4u2t Photonics AG,
                                                                                                       States
      Germany
                                                                                                 14:20 G04a.3 STRUCTURAL FEATURES IN THE DISTURBED IONOSPHERE AS
                                                                                                       REVEALED BY RADIO TOMOGRAPHY
Tuesday, August 12                    13:40-15:40                         Columbus CD                  V. E. Kunitsyn1, E. D. Tereshchenko2, E. S. Andreeva1, M. O. Nazarenko1,
Session E02                                                                                            I. A. Nesterov1, A. M. Padokhin1
                                                                                                       1
                                                                                                         M.Lomonosov Moscow State University, Physics Faculty, Russian Federation;
                                                                                                       2
High Power Electromagnetics                                                                              Polar Geophysical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian
                                                                                                       Federation
Session Chairs: Carl Baum, Frank Sabath
                                                                                                 14:40 G04a.4 PC-BASED SYSTEM FOR REAL-TIME RECONSTRUCTION OF
13:40 E02.1 HIGH-DIELECTRIC-CONSTANT MATERIALS AS HIGH-                                                THE THREE-DIMENSIONAL IONOSPHERE USING DATA FROM
      FREQUENCY CAPACITORS                                                                             DIVERSE SOURCES
      C. E. Baum, University of New Mexico, United States                                              S. V. Fridman, L. J. Nickisch, M. Hausman, NorthWest Research Associates, United
                                                                                                       States
14:00 E02.2 SPATIALLY LIMITED EXPONENTIAL LENS DESIGN FOR
      IMPROVED FOCUSING OF AN IMPULSE                                                            15:00 G04a.5 PLANETARY SCALE MODULATIONS IN THE MLTI REGION:
      S. Altunc, C. E. Baum, C. G. Christodoulou, E. Schamiloglu, UNIVERSITY OF NEW                    RESULTS FROM CAWSES-INDIA CAMPAIGN
      MEXICO, United States                                                                            T. K. Pant1, C. Vineeth1, S. V. Thampi1, G. Manju1, S. Ravindran1, V. Sreeja1,
                                                                                                       R. M. Das2, R. S. Dabas2, S. Alex3, K. Niranjan4, R. Sridharan1, J. H. Sastri5
14:20 E02.3 MICROWAVE PULSE COMPRESSION EXPERIMENTS AT LOW                                             1
                                                                                                         Space Physics Laboratory, India; 2National Physical Laboratory, India; 3Indian
      POWER                                                                                            Institute of Geomagnetism, India; 4Andhra University, India; 5Indian Institute of
      E. G. Farr, L. H. Bowen, Farr Research, Inc., United States; C. E. Baum, University              Astrophysics, India
      of New Mexico, Unites States; W. D. Prather, Air Force Research Laboratory,
      United States                                                                              15:20 G04a.6 MULTI-DIMENSIONAL REPRESENTATION OF THE ELECTRON
                                                                                                       DENSITY FROM SATELLITE DATA
14:40 E02.4 TIME-DOMAIN FOCUSING RADAR FOR MEDICAL IMAGING                                             M. G. Schmidt1, D. Bilitza2, C. K. Shum3, C. Zeilhofer1, D. Dettmering1, J. Zhang1,
      S. Xiao, K. H. Schoenbach, Frank Reidy Research Center for Bioelectrics, United                  L.-C. Tsai4
      States; C. E. Baum, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, United                      1
                                                                                                         Deutsches Geodaetisches Forschungsinstitut (DGFI), Germany; 2Heliospheric
      States                                                                                           Physics Laboratory/GMU, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, U.S.A.; 3Geodetic
                                                                                                       Science, School of Earth Sciences, The Ohio State University, U.S.A.; 4Center for
15:00 E02.5 SYSTEM ORIENTED VIEW ON HIGH-POWER
                                                                                                       Space and Remote Sensing Research, National Central University, Taiwan
      ELECTROMAGNETIC (HPEM) EFFECTS AND INTENTIONAL
      ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE (IEMI)
      F. Sabath, WIS, Germany
                                                                                                 Tuesday, August 12                     13:40-15:40                                 Grand F
15:20 E02.6 DERIVING RETURN-STROKE CURRENTS FROM                                                 Session HG1b
      ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS EFFECTS OF INCREASING
      COMPLEXITY IN THE VARIOUS PHYSICAL MODELS                                                  Wave-particle Interactions and Radiation Belt Remediation II
      R. L. Gardner, Consultant, United States
                                                                                                 Session Chairs: G. Ganguli, Jay Albert, Keith Groves
Tuesday, August 12                    13:40-15:40                          Columbus EF           13:40 HG1b.1 DEMETER OBSERVATIONS OF ELECTRON PRECIPITATION
                                                                                                       BY LIGHTNING-GENERATED WHISTLERS AND VLF TRANSMITTER
Session F04
                                                                                                       SIGNALS
                                                                                                       U. S. Inan1, M. Parrot2, J.-A. Sauvaud3, D. Piddyachiy1, K. Graf1
Scintillations, Fading and Ducting along Propagation Links                                             1
                                                                                                         Stanford University, United States; 2Laboratoire de Physique et Chimie de
                                                                                                       l'Environnement, CNRS, France; 3CESR/CNRS, France
Session Chairs: Robert Watson, Madhu Chandra
                                                                                                 14:00 HG1b.2 EVALUATION OF WHISTLER-MODE CHORUS
13:40 F04.1 HOURLY ATTENUATION DEPENDENCE, FADE DURATION AND
                                                                                                       AMPLIFICATION DURING AN INJECTION EVENT OBSERVED ON
      FADE SLOPE DERIVED FROM RADIOMETER MEASUREMENTS
                                                                                                       CRRES
      A. C. D. Rocha, University of Aveiro/Institute of Telecommunications, Portugal; A.-
                                                                                                       W. Li1, R. M. Thorne1, N. P. Meredith2, R. B. Horne2, J. Bortnik1
      M. E. Anca, University of Cluj-Napoca, Romenia                                                   1
                                                                                                         University of California, Los Angeles, United States; 2British Antarctic Survey,
14:00 F04.2 SCINTILLATIONS OF KU BAND SATELLITE SIGNAL RELATED                                         United Kingdom
      TO RAIN ATTENUATION AT A TROPICAL LOCATION
                                                                                                 14:20 HG1b.3 ELECTRON HYBRID SIMULATION OF WHISTLER-MODE
      A. Maitra, A. Adhikari, University of Calcutta, India
                                                                                                       CHORUS GENERATION IN THE EARTH'S INNER MAGNETOSPHERE
14:20 F04.3 TROPOSPHERIC SCINTILLATION MEASUREMENTS ON A KA-                                           Y. Katoh1,2, Y. Omura1
                                                                                                       1
      BAND SATELLITE LINK IN MADRID                                                                      Kyoto University, Japan; 2Tohoku University, Japan
      P. Garcia del Pino1, J. M. Garcia2, J. M. Riera1, A. Benarroch1
      1                                                                                          14:40 HG1b.4 NONLINEAR WAVE GROWTH THEORY OF WHISTLER-MODE
        Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain; 2Universidad de Jaen, Spain
                                                                                                       CHORUS EMISSIONS
14:40 F04.4 QUANTIFICATION OF BENEFITS OF RECEIVER DIVERSITY IN                                        Y. Omura1, Y. Katoh1,2, D. Summers1,3
                                                                                                       1
      MITIGATING SCINTILLATION ON KA BAND DOWNLINKS                                                      Kyoto University, Japan; 2Tohoku University, Japan; 3Memorical University,
      S. Enserink, M. P. Fitz, University of California at Los Angeles, United States                  Canada

15:00 F04.5 GPS SIGNAL PROPAGATION IN TROPOSPHERIC DUCTS                                         15:00 HG1b.5 ULTRA-RELATIVISTIC ACCELERATION OF RADIATION BELT
      G. C. Balvedi, F. Walter, Instituto Tecnologico de Aeronautica - ITA, Brazil                     ELECTRONS
                                                                                                       D. Summers, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada; Y. Omura, Kyoto
15:20 F04.6 EXPERIMENTAL CHARACTERIZATIONS OF AN AIR TO LAND                                           University, Japan
      CHANNEL OVER SEA SURFACE IN C BAND


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15:20 HG1b.6 RELATIVISTIC ELECTRON INTERACTION WITH UPPER                                               O. O. Akinnawo, Crawford University, Faith City, Igbesa Ogun State, Nigeria,
      HYBRID WAVES AS A DRIVER OF PRECIPITATION BURSTS                                                  Nigeria
      D. R. Shklyar, Space Research Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian
      Federation; B. Kliem, Astrophysical Institute Potsdam, Germany                           AP1.2 THE SYSTEMATIC OPTIMIZATION DESIGNS FOR THE MICROWAVE
                                                                                                     WIDE BAND BLACKBODY CALIBRATION TARGETS
                                                                                                     ELECTROMAGNETIC AND THERMAL CHARACTERISTICS
Tuesday, August 12                   13:40-15:40                               Grand A               F. Nian1, W. Wang1,2, P. K. Huang2
                                                                                                     1
                                                                                                       National Key Laboratory of Metrology and Calibration Technology, China; 2The
Session J03b                                                                                         Second Academy of China Aerospace Science & Industry Corp., China
mm and Sub-mm Radio Astronomy II                                                               AP1.3 STANDARD ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC)
                                                                                                     MEASUREMENTS, FEASIBILITY OF A WIDE-BAND CALCULABLE
Session Chair: Tony Beasley                                                                          ANTENNA
                                                                                                     A. Kazemipour1,2, X. Begaud3
13:40 J03b.1 THE FUTURE OF COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND                                               1
                                                                                                       Laboratoire National de Metrologie et d'Essais LNE, France; 2Electr. Faculty,
      OBSERVATIONS
                                                                                                     UTM University, Malaysia; 3Telecom-Paris Tech., France
      N. W. Halverson, University of Colorado at Boulder, United States

14:00 J03b.2 RECENT PROGRESS OF THE ATACAMA SUBMILLIMETER
      TELESCOPE EXPERIMENT (ASTE)                                                              Tuesday, August 12                      15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall
      H. Ezawa, National Astromonical Observatory of Japan, Japan                              Session BP1                                                               Poster Session
14:20 J03b.3 NEW GROUND-BASED RESULTS ON SOLAR ACTIVITY                                        Microstrip Antennas and Arrays
      EMISSIONS AT SUBMILLIMETER AND MID-INFRARED
      WAVELENGTHS                                                                              BP1.1 ANALYSIS OF U-SLOT LOADED PATCH FOR DUALBAND OPERATION
      P. Kaufmann, Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, Brazil                                      B. R. Vishvakarma1, J. A. Ansari2, S. K. Dubey2, P. Singh2, R. U. Khan1
                                                                                                     1
                                                                                                       I T BHU, Varanasi, India; 2University of Allahabad, India
14:40 J03b.4 ASTE CO(3-2) IMAGING SURVEY OF THE GALAXY AND
      GALAXIES                                                                                 BP1.2 WIDEBAND PATCH ANTENNA WITH DIFFERENTIAL FEED
      K. Kohno1, T. Tosaki2, K. Muraoka1, K. Nakanishi2, H. Ezawa2, R. Kawabe2,                      D. S. Filipovic, H. Zhou, University of Colorado at Boulder, United States
      T. Sawada2, N. Kuno2, K. Tanaka1, N. Yamaguchi2
      1
        University of Tokyo, Japan; 2National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan         BP1.3 CHARACTERISTICS OF A CIRCULARLY-POLARISED CONICAL-BEAM
                                                                                                     MICROSTRIP PATCH ANTENNA ARRAYS
15:00 J03b.5 SMA LINE SURVEY OF IRC+10216 IN THE 345 GHZ BAND                                        C. H. See, D. Zhou, R. A. Abd-Alhameed, University of Bradford, Mobile Satellite
      N. A. Patel, K. H. Young, R. W. Wilson, S. Bruenken, M. McCarthy, P. Thaddeus,                 Communication Research Centre, United Kingdom; P. S. Excell, North East Wales
      Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, United States; K. M. Menten, Max                  Institute of Higher Education (NEWI), University of Wales, United Kingdom
      Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy, Germany; D.-V. Trung, Academia Sinica
      Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Taiwan                                          BP1.4 SEE-THROUGH MICROSTRIP ANTENNAS AND THEIR OPTIMIZATION
                                                                                                     T. W. Turpin, R. Baktur, Utah State University, United States
15:20 J03b.6 ATMOSPHERIC PHASE CORRECTION FOR SUBMILLIMETER
      INTERFEROMETRY USING STRATOSPHERIC OZONE LINE EMISSION                                   BP1.5 DESIGN OF COMPACT MICROSTRIP PATCH ARRAY FOR WIDE BAND
      S. N. Paine, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, United States                              COMMUNICATION
                                                                                                     V. R. Gupta, S. K. Sahoo, N. Gupta, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi,
                                                                                                     India
Tuesday, August 12                   13:40-14:40                         Columbus KL
                                                                                               BP1.6 ANALYSIS OF SYMMETRICALLY GUNN LOADED MICROSTRIP
Session KT                                                                                           ANTENNA WITH PARASITIC ELEMENTS
                                                                                                     B. R. Vishvakarma1, J. A. Ansari2, P. Singh2, S. K. Dubey2, R. U. Khan1
Tutorial K: Wireless Communication and Health: Epidemiology                                          1
                                                                                                       I T BHU, Varanasi, India; 2University of Allahabad, India
Session Chair: Frank Prato                                                                     BP1.7 A DUAL-POLARIZED SHORTED MICROSTRIP PATCH ANTENNA FOR
                                                                                                     WIDEBAND APPLICATIONS
13:40 KT.1 EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDIES OF THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN                                        S. Ryu, A. A. Kishk, UNIV. OF MISSISSIPPI, United States
      HANDHELD CELLULAR TELEPHONE USE AND CANCER RISK
      D. Krewski, M. C. Turner, R. Habash, University of Ottawa, Canada                        BP1.8 STUB LOADED FOUR BAND SLOTTED RECTANGULAR MICROSTRIP
                                                                                                     ANTENNA
                                                                                                     A. A. Deshmukh, MPSTME, NMIMS, India; K. P. Ray, SAMEER, India
Tuesday, August 12                   14:40-15:40                         Columbus KL
                                                                                               BP1.9 DESIGN OF A MICROSTRIP PATCH TCAS ANTENNA
Session K03b
                                                                                                     S. D. Gupta, Jaypee Institute of Information Technology University,
                                                                                                     India; V. K. Sharma, A. Jain, aypee Institute of Information Technology University,
Wireless Communication and Health: Genotoxicity                                                      India
Session Chairs: M.R. Scarfi, - Vijayalaxmi                                                     BP1.10      COMPARISONS OF GROUND PLANE TECHNIQUES FOR THE
14:40 K03b.1 THE CYTOKINESIS-BLOCK MICRONUCLEUS ASSAY:                                                  ISOLATION OF COSITED MICROSTRIP ANTENNAS
                                                                                                        K. Coles, K. C. Kerby, J. T. Bernhard, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
      EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE AND APPLICATION IN
                                                                                                        United States
      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS RESEARCH
      M. R. Scarfi, CNR-IREA, Italy                                                            BP1.11       A STUDY OF MICROFLUIDIC COMPENSATION MECHANISMS FOR
15:00 K03b.2 CHROMOSOMAL ABERRATIONS: A TOOL TO EVALUATE                                                DEFORMABLE ANTENNAS
                                                                                                        S. A. Long, G. H. Huff, Texas A&M University, United States
      GENETIC DAMAGE IN WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS RESEARCH.
      V. Vijayalaxmi, University of Texas Health Science Center, USA.                          BP1.12      CIRCULAR POLARIZATION ANTENNAS WITH HIGH
15:20 K03b.3 EVALUATION OF MUTAGENICITY OF COMPLEX MAGNETIC                                             PERMITTIVITY SUBSTRATES AND SELF-BIASED NICO-FERRITE
      FIELDS WITH STATIC AND EXTREMELY LOW FREQUENCY                                                    FILMS LOADING
                                                                                                        G. Yang, Northeastern University, United States
      COMPONENTS
      M. Ikehata1, S. Yoshie1, Y. Suzuki2, M. Taki2, T. Hayakawa1                              BP1.13       GEODA: UNITARY CELL DISTRIBUTION, COMPOSITION AND
      1
        Railway Technical Research Institute, Japan; 2Tokyo Metropolitan University,                    WORKING PROPERTIES.
      Japan                                                                                             I. Montesinos1, M. Sierra1, J.-L. Masa2, J.-L. Fernndez1
                                                                                                        1
                                                                                                          Universidad Politcnica de Madrid, Spain; 2Autnoma University of Madrid, Spain
Tuesday, August 12                   15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall        BP1.14      ANALYSIS OF A PATCH ANTENNA CONFIGURATION WITH
Session AP1                                                            Poster Session                   ENHANCED GAIN
                                                                                                        Y. M. M. Antar, Royal Military College of Canada, Canada; S. F. Mahmoud,
General Poster Session I Commission A                                                                   M. Mohanna, Kuwait University, Kuwait

Session Chair: P BANERJEE
                                                                                               Tuesday, August 12                      15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall
AP1.1 COMPUTER TECHNIQUES OF RAY TRACING IN NON-ISOTROPIC                                      Session BP2                                                               Poster Session
      MEDUIM


                                                                                          11
Theory and Simulations of Antenna Arrays                                                             BP6.2 MICROFLUIDIC MECHANISMS FOR RECONFIGURABLE DIELECTRIC
                                                                                                           RESONATOR ANTENNAS
BP2.1 ORAMA PLUS - A COMPUTER TOOL FOR THE DESIGN OF                                                       J. J. McDonald, G. H. Huff, Texas A&M University, United States
      NONUNIFORMLY SPACED ANTENNA ARRAYS
      G. S. Miaris, T. N. Kaifas, J. N. Sahalos, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
                                                                                                     Tuesday, August 12                    15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall
BP2.2 ADAPTIVE MASK SCALING IN ALTERNATING-PROJECTION
      ANTENNA SYNTHESIS                                                                              Session BP7                                                              Poster Session
      J. L. Araque Quijano, G. Vecchi, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
                                                                                                     Antenna Analysis and Design
BP2.3 ANALYSIS OF ANTENNA ARRAYS WITH DISTRIBUTED FEED
      NETWORK USING THE TIME-DOMAIN FINITE ELEMENT METHOD                                            BP7.1 A WIDEBAND, DUAL-POLARIZED, DIFFERENTIALLY-FED CAVITY-
      R. Wang, H. Wu, A. C. Cangellaris, J.-M. Jin, University of Illinois at Urbana-                      BACKED SLOT ANTENNA
      Champaign, United States                                                                             R. C. Paryani, P. F. Wahid, N. Behdad, University of Central Florida, United States

BP2.4 CLOSED FORM EXPRESSION OF POWER LOSSES OF                                                      BP7.2 BANDWIDTH CHARACTERISTICS OF WAVEGUIDE-FED PLANAR
      TIMEMODULATED ARRAYS                                                                                 SLOT ARRAYS
      J. C. Bregains, F. J. Ares-Pena, University of Santiago de Compostela,                               S. R. Rengarajan, S. Chatterjee, California State University, United States
      Spain; G. Franceschetti, UCLA, USA
                                                                                                     BP7.3 OFF-AXIS BEAM EFFICIENCIES OF PARABOLIC REFLECTORS FED BY
BP2.5 A FAST RAY-TRACING METHOD FOR MICROSTRIP ROTMAN LENS                                                 FOCAL PLANE ARRAYS COMPRISING HARD RECTANGULAR
      ANALYSIS                                                                                             WAVEGUIDES
      J. Dong, A. I. Zaghloul, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, United                 M. Ng Mou Kehn, L. Shafai, University of Manitoba, Canada
      States; R. Rotman, IAI Elta Electronics Industries, Israel
                                                                                                     BP7.4 CAVITY ANTENNA WITH PARTLY TRANSPARENT APERTURE FOR
BP2.6 ON USING TWO 4-ELEMENT ARSAC ARRAYS TO OBTAIN THE POWER                                              TWO POLARIZATIONS
      PATTERN OF A TWENTY ELEMENT CONVENTIONAL LINEAR ARRAY                                                N. I. Voytovich1,2, A. V. Ershov1, N. N. Repin2, A. N. Sokolov3
                                                                                                           1
      R. H. MacPhie, L. Yuan, University of Waterloo, Canada                                                 Southern Ural State University, Russian Federation; 2Nauchno-Issledovatelsky
                                                                                                           Institut po Izmeritelnoi Tekhnike, Open Corporation, Russian Federation;
                                                                                                           3
BP2.7 INCREASING CHANNEL CAPACITY OF LINEAR ARRAY SYSTEMS                                                    Chelyabinsk State University, Russian Federation
      WITH TRAVELING WAVE POLARIZED ANTENNAS
      G. Gupta, A. Rajagopalan, B. L. Hughes, G. Lazzi, North Carolina State University,             BP7.5 EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL INVESTIGATION ON PLASMA
      United States                                                                                        ANTENNAS
                                                                                                           E. Vecchioni, G. Cerri, P. Russo, V. Mariani Primiani, Universit Politecnica delle
BP2.8 A NUMERICALLY EFFICIENT TECHNIQUE FOR DETERMINING THE                                                Marche, Italy
      COUPLING IN ELECTRICALLY LARGE CONFORMAL ANTENNA
      ARRAY SYSTEMS                                                                                  BP7.6 EFFECTS OF DISCRETIZATION ON THIN ELEMENTARY HOLOGRAMS
      J. N. Bringuier, R. Mittra, The Pennsylvania State University, United States                         S. Thirakoune, A. Petosa, A. Ittipiboon, Communication Research Centre Canada,
                                                                                                           Canada
BP2.9 WIDE-SCAN ANGLE EXTENDED RESONANCE PHASED ARRAY
      D. Ehyaie, A. Mortazawi, The University of Michigan, United States                             BP7.7 A NEW FRESNEL ZONE ANTENNA WITH BEAM FOCUSED IN THE
                                                                                                           FRESNEL REGION
BP2.10      FFT & EQUIVALENTLY TAPERED APERIODIC ARRAYS                                                    S. Karimkashi, A. K. Kishk, University of Mississippi, United States
         A. Capozzoli, C. Curcio, G. D'Elia, A. Liseno, P. Vinetti, Universita' di Napoli
         Federico II, Italy                                                                          BP7.8 ISOLATION OF SURFACE WAVE BEHAVIOR IN ANTENNA
                                                                                                           SUBSTRATES USING THE THRU-REFLECT-LINE CALIBRATION
BP2.11       DESIGN OF CIRCULAR ANTENNA ARRAY USING PARTICLE                                               METHOD
         SWARM OPTIMIZATION                                                                                K. C. Kerby, J. T. Bernhard, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United
         M. Rattan, GNDEC, Ludhiana, India; M. S. Patterh, UCoE, Patiala,                                  States
         India; B. S. Sohi, UIET, Chandigarh, India
                                                                                                     BP7.9 ANALYSIS OF A MONOPOLE ANTENNA LOADED BY NETWORK
                                                                                                           COUPLED TRANSMISSION LINES
Tuesday, August 12                       15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall               A. W. Schreiber, C. M. Butler, Clemson University, United States
Session BP3                                                                  Poster Session          BP7.10       ON APPLYING FAR-FIELD MODAL DECOMPOSITION FOR
                                                                                                              EVALUATING THE CONVERGENCE BETWEEN MODELING AND
Frequency Selective Surfaces                                                                                  MEASUREMENTS OF MODULATED ARM WIDTH SPIRALS
                                                                                                              W. N. Kefauver, D. S. Filipovic, University of Colorado, Boulder, United
BP3.1 THIN AND LOW-PROFILE MINIATURIZED-ELEMENT FREQUENCY                                                     States; T. P. Cencich, Lockheed Martin, United States
      SELECTIVE SURFACES WITH HIGHER-ORDER BAND-PASS
      RESPONSES
      N. Behdad, M. Al-Joumayly, M. Salehi, University of Central Florida, United States             Tuesday, August 12                    15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall
BP3.2 LOW PROFILE SECOND-ORDER, BAND-PASS FREQUENCY SELECTIVE                                        Session BP8                                                              Poster Session
      SURFACES WITH MINIATURIZED ELEMENTS
      M. A. Al-Joumayly, N. Behdad, University of Central Florida, United States                     Leaky-Wave Antennas
BP3.3 MINIATURIZED-ELEMENT FREQUENCY SELECTIVE SURFACES                                              BP8.1 FINITE ELEMENT BOUNDARY INTEGRAL ANALYSIS AND
      K. Sarabandi, F. Bayatpur, The University of Michigan, United States                                 SIMULATION OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL CAVITY-BACKED LEAKY-
                                                                                                           WAVE ANTENNAS
BP3.4 SECOND-ORDER, DUAL X-/KA-BAND FREQUENCY SELECTIVE                                                    C. A. Jaramillo, L. C. Kempel, Michigan State University, United States
      SURFACES UTILIZING SUB-WAVELENGTH PERIODIC STRUCTURES
      M. Salehi, N. Behdad, University of Central Florida, United States                             BP8.2 ANALYSIS OF A GAP-COUPLED MICROSTRIP LINE LEAKY-WAVE
                                                                                                           ANTENNA
BP3.5 DESIGN AND MEASUREMENT OF MULTI-BAND, MINIATURIZED-                                                  S. Paulotto, P. Baccarelli, "La Sapienza" University of Rome, Italy; D. R. Jackson,
      ELEMENT FREQUENCY SELECTIVE SURFACES                                                                 University of Houston, USA
      F. Bayatpur, K. Sarabandi, The University of Michigan, United States
                                                                                                     BP8.3 FULL CHARACTERIZATION OF DIRECTIVE AND NON-DIRECTIVE
                                                                                                           SURFACE-WAVE LAUNCHERS AND APPLICATION TO SURFACE-
Tuesday, August 12                       15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall               WAVE AND LEAKY-WAVE BEAM SCANNING ANTENNAS
Session BP6                                                                  Poster Session                S. K. Podilchak1,2, A. P. Freundorfer2, Y. M. M. Antar1,2
                                                                                                           1
                                                                                                             Royal Military College of Canada, Canada; 2Queen's University, Canada
Dielectric Resonator Antennas
BP6.1 QUARTER OF A HEMISPHERICAL DIELECTRIC RESONATOR:NEW                                            Tuesday, August 12                    15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall
      GEOMETRY EXPLORED TO DESIGN A WIDEBAND MONOPOLE -TYPE                                          Session BP14                                                             Poster Session
      ANTENNA
      D. Guha, University of Calcutta, India; B. Gupta, Techno India,                                Numerical Scattering and Diffraction
      India; Y. M. M. Antar, Royal Military College of Canada, Canada
                                                                                                     BP14.1     RESONANT TRANSMISSION OF A CLASS OF SUB-WAVELENGTH
                                                                                                              APERTURES IN THIN CONDUCTING SCREEN


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         J.-W. Ko, Kumoh National Institute of Technology, South Korea; J. Yeo, Daegu                      N. Niamsuwan, J. T. Johnson, The Ohio State University, United States
         University, South Korea; J.-E. Park, Y.-K. Cho, Kyungpook National University,
         South Korea                                                                              BP16.6      MEAN REFLECTION COEFFICIENT OF A STACK OF LAYERED
                                                                                                           RANDOM MEDIA WITH ROUGH INTERFACES--- A COMBINED SMALL
BP14.2       A GENERALIZED SCATTERING MATRIX FOR ARBITRARILY                                               PERTURBATION METHOD
         SHAPED 2D SCATTERERS                                                                              S. Mudaliar, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States
         L. Crocco, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Italy; F. Cuomo, T. Isernia,
         Universita' Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria, Italy
                                                                                                  Tuesday, August 12                      15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall
BP14.3       MFIES APPLIED TO TOROIDAL STRUCTURES HAVE SPURIOUS
                                                                                                  Session BP17                                                               Poster Session
         SOLUTIONS.
         K. Cools1, F. P. Andriulli2, F. Olyslager1, E. Michielssen2
         1
           Ghent University, Belgium; 2University of Michigan, USA                                Inverse Scattering II

BP14.4      A PHYSICAL MODEL OF ACOUSTO-ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE                                      BP17.1      IMAGING SMALL 3D PEC SCATTERERS BY SVD AND THRESHOLD
         INTERACTION                                                                                       A. Buonanno, R. Solimene, R. Pierri, Second University of Naples, Italy
         A. M. Buerkle, K. Sarabandi, University of Michigan, United States                       BP17.2       HIGH-SPEED UWB RADAR IMAGING ALGORITHM FOR COMPLEX
BP14.5      EXTENDED T-MATRIX METHOD TO STUDY THE                                                          TARGET BOUNDARY WITHOUT WAVEFRONT CONNECTIONS
         ELECTROMAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF 3D OR 2D HETEROGENEOUS                                              S. Kidera, T. Sakamoto, T. Sato, Kyoto University, Graduate School of Informatics,
         STRUCTURES                                                                                        Japan
         V. Vigneras, IMS Laboratory, University of Bordeaux, France; L. Oyhenart, XLIM           BP17.3       A GENERAL PURPOSE INVERSE EQUIVALENT CURRENT METHOD
         Laboratory, University of Limoges, France                                                         ACCELERATED BY THE MULTILEVEL FAST MULTIPOLE METHOD
BP14.6       AN EFFICIENT T-MATRIX METHOD FOR ANALYZING THE                                                T. F. Eibert, C. H. Schmidt, IHF, Universitaet Suttgart, Germany
         ELECTROMAGNETIC SCATTERING OF MULTIPLE PEC OBJECTS                                       BP17.4       MUSIC-TYPE IMAGING OF A SMALL DIELECTRIC SPHERE BURIED
         L. Sun1, C. Weng1,2                                                                               IN A HALF SPACE FROM EXACT AND ASYMPTOTIC DATA
         1
           University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States; 2University of                       S. Gdoura1, D. Lesselier1, P. C. Chaumet2, G. Perrusson1
         Hongkong, China                                                                                   1
                                                                                                             CNRS - SUPELEC - University Paris Sud 11, France; 2CNRS - University Provence,
                                                                                                           France
Tuesday, August 12                      15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall        BP17.5      MULTIFREQUENCY DATA EXTRAPOLATION THROUGH
Session BP15                                                              Poster Session                   MINIMIZATION OF TIME SIGNAL DURATION
                                                                                                           O. Antropov, V. Borulko, O. Drobakhin, S. Vovk, Dnepropetrovsk National
Analytical Scattering and Diffraction                                                                      University, Ukraine

BP15.1       PATTERN EQUATIONS METHOD FOR SOLVING PROBLEMS OF                                     BP17.6       ELECTRIC FIELD TOMOGRAPHY
         DIFFRACTION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES ON TWO                                                       T. S. Tuykin, A. V. Korjenevsky, Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics of
         DIELECTRIC BODIES                                                                                 RAS, Russian Federation
         E. A. Skorodumova, A. G. Kyurkchan, Moscow Technical University of
                                                                                                  BP17.7       A NEW VALUE PICKING REGULARIZATION METHOD APPLIED TO
         Communication and Informatics, Russian Federation
                                                                                                           THE ELECTROMAGNETIC INVERSE SCATTERING PROBLEM
BP15.2       ANALYTICAL FORMULAS TO COMPUTE NEAR-FIELD                                                     J. G. De Zaeytijd, A. Franchois, Ghent University, Belgium
         MONOSTATIC RCS IN HIGH-FREQUENCIES
                                                                                                  BP17.8      SHAPE RECONSTRUCTION OF 3D PEC: NUMERICAL RESULTS BY
         P. Pouliguen1, C. Bourlier2, R. Hemon2, J.-F. Damiens1
         1                                                                                                 THE DISTRIBUTIONAL APPROACH
           DGA / CELAR, France; 2Polytech'Nantes, FRANCE
                                                                                                           A. Buonanno, R. Solimene, R. Pierri, Second University of Naples, Italy
BP15.3      EXACT FORMULATION OF DIFFRACTION BY A RECTANGULAR
                                                                                                  BP17.9       INFORMATION CONTENT OF THE RADIATED FIELD OVER TWO
         APERTURE IN A CONDUCTING SCREEN BETWEEN TWO DIFFERENT
                                                                                                           BOUNDED DOMAINS IN THE FRESNEL ZONE
         MEDIUMS
                                                                                                           G. Romeo1, R. Solimene2, G. Leone1
         H. Serizawa, Numazu National College of Technology, Japan                                         1
                                                                                                             DIMET, Italy; 2DII, Italy
BP15.4       ON THE OPTIMAL LIMITATIONS FOR SCATTERING OF
                                                                                                  BP17.10 EXPERIMENTAL RECONSTRUCTION IN DYNAMIC SAMPLING
         SPHERICAL MODES
                                                                                                        MODE FLUORESCENCE MOLECULAR TOMOGRAPHY WITH
         S. I. Nordebo, Vaxjo University, Sweden; M. Gustafsson, C. Sohl, G. Kristensson,
                                                                                                        TIKHONOV REGULARIZATION METHOD
         Lund University, Sweden
                                                                                                        Z. Xu, J. Bai, Tsinghua University, China; N. Chen, National University,
BP15.5       PLANE WAVE DIFFRACTION BY A SLIT COUPLED CYLINDRICAL                                       Singapore
         CAVITY WITH ECCENTRIC INTERIOR LOADING
                                                                                                  BP17.11 THREE-DIMENSIONAL LINEAR SAMPLING APPLIED TO
         S. Seran, P. Donohoe, E. Topsakal, Mississippi State University, United States
                                                                                                        MICROWAVE BREAST IMAGING
                                                                                                        J. G. De Zaeytijd, C. L. Conmeaux, A. Franchois, Ghent University, Belgium
Tuesday, August 12                      15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall        BP17.12 INVERSION OF TE EXPERIMENTAL DATA USING THE DISTORTED
Session BP16                                                              Poster Session                BORN ITERATIVE METHOD
                                                                                                        P. Mojabi, J. LoVetri, University of Manitoba, Canada
Scattering by Rough-Surfaces and by Complex Media
                                                                                                  BP17.13 UNDERGROUND OBJECT DETECTION USING ANTIRESONANT
BP16.1      WAVES SCATTERING DEPENDENCE ON THE STATISTICAL                                              ANTENNAS
         PARAMETERS OF CLASSICAL AND FRACTAL ROUGH SURFACES.                                            J. P. Donohoe, Mississippi State University, United States; J. R. Fairley, L. N. Lynch,
         A. V. Laktyunkin, A. A. Potapov, Russian Academy of Science, Russian Federation                US Army Engineer Research and Development Center, United States

BP16.2      THE WAVE STRUCTURE FUNCTIONS OF MULTIPLY SCATTERED                                    BP17.14 MULTISTATIC RADAR: RELATION BETWEEN THE GREEN
         ELECROMAGNETIC WAVES BY ANISOTROPIC LAYER OF                                                   FUNCTION AND THE AMBIGUITY FUNCTION
         COLLISIONAL MAGNETIZED TURBULENT PLASMA                                                        H. T. Hayvaci, D. Erricolo, D. Tuninetti, University of Illinois at Chicago, United
         N. K. Gomidze, K. A. Maxaradze, M. R. Xajishvili, I. S. Surmanidze,                            States; M. Rangaswamy, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States
         M. I. Davitadze, Batumi Satet University, Georgia
                                                                                                  BP17.15 LINEAR AND NONLINEAR INVERSE SCATTERING APPLIED TO
BP16.3      SOME FEATURES OF ANGULAR SPECTRUM OF SCATTERED                                              EXPERIMENTAL DATA
         RADIATION ON ANISOTROPIC IRREGULARITIES OF RANDOMLY-                                           R. Marklein, J. Miao, University of Kassel, Germany
         INHOMOGENEOUS MEDIA
         G. V. Jandieri, Georgian Technical University, Georgia; V. G. Gavrilenko, Nizhniy        BP17.16 PERMITTIVITY AND ELECTRIC CONDUCTIVITY PROFILE
         Novgorod State University, Russia; V. G. Jandieri, Kumamoto University, Japan                  RECONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUE IN THE TIME DOMAIN
                                                                                                        R. Marklein, M.-U. Rahman, University of Kassel, Germany
BP16.4       REDUCED RAYLEIGH EQUATIONS FOR THE SCATTERING OF S-
         POLARIZED LIGHT FROM AND ITS TRANSMISSION THROUGH A
         FILM WITH TWO ONE-DIMENSIONAL ROUGH SURFACES                                             Tuesday, August 12                      15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall
         T. A. Leskova, A. A. Maradudin, University of California, Irvine, United States          Session BP20                                                               Poster Session
BP16.5     LOW FREQUENCY ONE-DIMENSIONAL SURFACE IMPULSE
         RESPONSES BASED ON PHYSICAL OPTICS APPROXIMATION

                                                                                             13
Transient Fields and Ultra-Wideband Antennas                                                            K. Tsukamoto, T. Nakamura, T. Higashino, Y. Aburakawa, S. Komaki, Osaka
                                                                                                        University, Japan; K. Wakamori, K. Takahashi, T. Suzuki, K. Kazaura, A. M. Shah,
BP20.1       DESIGN OF PLASMONIC NANO- AND METAWAVEGUIDES USING                                         K. Omae, M. Matsumoto, Waseda University, Japan
         TIME DOMAIN TECHNIQUES
         S. A. Maier, Imperial College, United Kingdom                                           CP1.8 A LOW COMPLEXITY FADING FILTER DESIGN FOR MULTIPATH
                                                                                                       RAYLEIGH FADING SIMULATION
BP20.2      A NOVEL ULTRA-WIDEBAND PRINTED MONOPOLE ANTENNA                                            A. Arsal, S. Ozen, Izmir Institute of Technology, Turkey
         O. Ahmed, A.-R. Sebak, Concordia University, Canada
                                                                                                 CP1.9 AN ON-CHIP SIGNAL INTEGRITY CHARACTERIZATION SCHEME FOR
BP20.3       THE STABILITY OF THE SIMPLE-FEED MODEL IN THE FDTD                                        GBPS DATA TRANSMISSION CHANNEL
         METHOD                                                                                        J. Cho, E. Song, W. Lee, J. Kim, KAIST, South Korea
         I. R. Capoglu, Northwestern University, United States; G. S. Smith, Georgia
         Institute of Technology, United States                                                  CP1.10 A NEW TRACKING DEMODULATOR FOR THE SUB-CARRIER
                                                                                                       MULTIPLEXED IM LIGHTWAVE SIGNAL
BP20.4      REFLECTOR IMPULSE ANTENNA WITH DUAL TEM SOURCE                                             S. Das, A. Mukherjee, A. Banerjee, I. Ali, B. Biswas, ACADEMY OF
         C. Guo, Xi'an Jiaotong University, China                                                      TECHNOLOGY, WEST BENGAL, India
BP20.5       UWB SPIRAL ANTENNA WITH PARABOLIC REFLECTOR
         J. Lao, R. Jin, J. Geng, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China                           Tuesday, August 12                    15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall
BP20.6      A PIECEWISE APPROACH TO THE TRANSIENT SIMULATION OF                                  Session CPS2                                                            Poster Session
         HYBRID SYSTEMS INVOLVING MULTIPLE TIMESCALES
         A. Ramachandran, A. C. Cangellaris, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,         Cognitive Radio
         United States
                                                                                                 CPS2.1 AN EFFICIENT DECISION FEEDBACK EQUALIZER WITH A NOVEL
BP20.7      COMPACT COUPLED SECTORIAL LOOPS ANTENNAS FOR ULTRA-                                        BLOCK BASED NLMS ALGORITHM
         WIDEBAND APPLICATIONS                                                                         A. Mitra, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati, India
         A. Elsherbini, K. Sarabandi, University of Michigan, United States
                                                                                                 CPS2.2 FREQUENCY DOMAIN NLMS ALGORITHM FOR ENHANCED JAM
BP20.8      DESIGN OF A COMPACT TAPERED SLOT VIVALDI ANTENNA                                           RESISTANT GPS RECEIVER
         ARRAY FOR SEE THROUGH CONCRETE WALL UWB APPLICATIONS                                          A. Kundu, A. Chakrabarty, Kalpana Chawla Space Technology Cell, IIT Kharagpur,
         Y. Wang, A. E. Fathy, University of Tennessee, United States                                  India

BP20.9       THE DESIGN OF ULTRA-WIDEBAND ANTENNAS WITH                                          CPS2.3 GRID BASED FIELD STRENGTH METHOD FOR MOBILE VEHICLE
         PERFORMANCE CLOSE TO THE FUNDAMENTAL LIMIT                                                    POSITIONING
         T. Yang, W. A. Davis, W. L. Stutzman, Virginia Tech, United States                            A. D. Sarma, Osmania University, India; D. Krishna Reddy, Chaitanya Bharathi
                                                                                                       Institute of Technology, India; M. V. S. N. Prasad, National Physical Laboratory,
                                                                                                       India
Tuesday, August 12                     15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall
                                                                                                 CPS2.4 THE "SENSORIAL RADIO BUBBLE" FOR COGNITIVE RADIO
Session BP21                                                              Poster Session               TERMINALS
                                                                                                       R. Hachemani, J. Palicot, C. Moy, SUPELEC, France
Ray-Tracing Techniques
                                                                                                 CPS2.5 PEAK TO AVERAGE POWER RATIO REDUCTION FOR MULTI-
BP21.1       EMF BACKSCATTERED FROM AN S-SHAPED INLET CAVITY                                           BAND OFDM SYSTEM USING TONE RESERVATION
         CALCULATED BY SPECTRAL RAYS TRACKING METHOD                                                   S. Hussain, Y. Louet, SUPELEC/IETR, France
         E. A. Rachid, ESIB (Ecole Sup. d'Ing. de Beyrouth), USJ, Lebanon
                                                                                                 CPS2.6 A CORDIC-BASED DYNAMICALLY RECONFIGURABLE FPGA
BP21.2       A GAUSSIAN BEAM RE-EXPANSION SCHEME FOR FAST PHYSICAL                                     ARCHITECTURE FOR SIGNAL PROCESSING ALGORITHMS
         SIMULATIONS IN LARGE ENVIRONMENTS.                                                            H. Wang, P. Leray, J. Palicot, SUPELEC/IETR, France
         I. Ghannoum, C. Letrou, Institut TELECOM SudParis, France
                                                                                                 CPS2.7 A GRAPHICAL APPROACH FOR THE OPTIMIZATION OF SDR
BP21.3       ANALYTICAL CONSTUCTION OF ILLUMINATION MAPS FOR                                           CHANNELIZERS
         DOUBLY DIFFRACTED RAYS                                                                        S. T. Gul1, R. Mahesh2, C. Moy1, A. P. Vinod2, J. Palicot1
         P. E. Hussar, 3913 Emblem Corner, United States                                               1
                                                                                                         SUPELEC, France; 2Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

                                                                                                 CPS2.8 TIME SERIES MODELLING OF SPECTRUM OCCUPANCY FOR
Tuesday, August 12                     15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall              COGNITIVE RADIO
Session CP1                                                               Poster Session               Z. Wang, S. Salous, School of Engineering, Durham University, United Kingdom

General Poster Session I Commission C
                                                                                                 Tuesday, August 12                    15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall
Session Chairs: Takashi Ohira, Kenji ITOH                                                        Session DP1                                                             Poster Session
CP1.1 INFORMATION ENCODING AND TRANSMISSION USING SPECTRAL
                                                                                                 General Poster Session I Commission D
      SWITCHES DUE TO TEMPORAL CORRELATION
      B. Kanseri, H. C. Kandpal, National Physical Laboratory, India; S. Rath, University        Session Chairs: F. de Fornel, Franz Kaertner
      of Delhi, India
                                                                                                 DP1.1 RESONANT FREQUENCY TUNNING FOR MULTI-CARDS APPLICATION
CP1.2 A HARMONIC SYNCHRONIZED OSCILLATOR USING GUNN DIODES                                             IN RFID SYSTEMS
      EMBEDDED ON SLOT LINE RESONATORS                                                                 C. Tetelin1, A. Tramoni2, F. Pellet1
      K. Kawasaki, T. Tanaka, M. Aikawa, Saga University, Japan                                        1
                                                                                                         IM2NP/CNRS/ISEN, France; 2ST Microelectronics, France
CP1.3 DESIGN OF A LOW COST RADIO BASED AD HOC COMMUNICATION                                      DP1.2 DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A 32-BIT RISC PROCESSOR ON
      SYSTEM FOR RURAL AREAS                                                                           XILINX FPGA
      H. K. Deva Sarma, Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, India                                  W. M. El-Medany, University Of Bahrain, Bahrain; K. A. Al-Kooheji, Alba,
CP1.4 MULTI-STACKED THROUGH-SILICON-VIA EFFECTS ON SIGNAL                                              Bahrain
      INTEGRITY AND POWER INTEGRITY FOR APPLICATION OF 3-                                        DP1.3 SERIAL DATAPATH IMPLEMENTATION ON A XILINX SPARTAN 3
      DIMENSIONAL STACKED-CHIP-PACKAGE                                                                 FPGA FOR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM
      J. S. Pak, C. Ryu, J. Kim, KAIST, South Korea                                                    W. M. El-Medany, University Of Bahrain, Bahrain
CP1.5 A NEW POSITION DETECTION METHOD USING LEAKY COAXIAL                                        DP1.4 GSM BASED REMOTE SENSING AND CONTROL SYSTEMS USING
      CABLE                                                                                            FPGA
      K.-I. Nishikawa, T. Higashino, K. Tsukamoto, S. Komaki, osaka university, Japan                  W. M. El-Medany, University Of Bahrain, Bahrain; M. R. El-Sabry, Mobily, KSA
CP1.6 QUARTER-CIRCLE SHAPED PLANE CAVITY RESONATOR FOR SKEW-                                     DP1.5 FIBER-OPTIC SWITCH-MULTIPLEXER BASED ON ACOUSTO-OPTIC
      FREE AND LOW JITTER CLOCK DISTRIBUTION NETWORK                                                   MODULATORS
      W. Lee, C. Ryu, J. Park, J. Kim, KAIST, South Korea                                              A. Vainer, S. Antonov, V. Proklov, Institute of Radio-engineering and Electronics,
CP1.7 DEVELOPMENT OF RADIO ON FREE SPACE OPTICS SYSTEM                                                 Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation
      TOWARD HETEROGENEOUS WIRELESS SERVICES

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DP1.6 SIMPLE THEORETICAL ANALYSIS OF THE PHOTOEMISSION FROM                                     EP1.11       INTEGRATION OF PROBABILISTIC REASONING AND
      CARBON NANOTUBES AND QUANTUM WIRES OF II-VI MATERIALS                                              TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT TO EVALUATE THE SUSCEPTIBILITY
      S. Bhattacharya, University of Calcutta, India                                                     OF ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS BY HIGH POWER ELECTROMAGNETICS
                                                                                                         E. Toton, Toton, Incorporated, United States
DP1.7 EINSTEIN RELATION IN CARBON NANOTUBES AND QUANTUM
      WIRES OF IV-VI MATERIALS: SIMPLIFIED THEORY AND                                           EP1.12       HARMFUL INTERFERENCES TO AERONAUTICAL RADIO
      SUGGESTION FOR EXPERIMENTAL DETERMINATION                                                          COMMUNICATIONS ARISING FROM PASSIVE INTERMODULATION
      D. De, West Bengal University of Technology, India                                                 J. P. Borrego, ICP-ANACOM, Portugal; N. B. Carvalho, Institute of
                                                                                                         Telecommunications - University of Aveiro, Portugal
DP1.8 A LOW-VOLTAGE FULLY-INTEGRATED 5GHZ LOW NOISE
      AMPLIFIER IN 0.18µM CMOS                                                                  EP1.13      INVESTIGATION OF THE USE OF DIELECTRIC WAVEGUIDE
      A. M. El-Gabaly, C. E. Saavedra, Queen's University, Canada                                        REFLECTOMETRY FOR MEASURING COMPLEX PERMITTIVITY AT
                                                                                                         MILLIMETER-WAVE FREQUENCIES
DP1.9 MINIATURIZED MICROSTRIP DUAL-BAND BANDPASS FILTER                                                  K. Lees, B. N. Clarke, C. P. Ei, M. J. Salter, N. M. Ridler, National Physical
      R. Baktur, A. Genc, Utah State University, United States                                           Laboratory, United Kingdom
DP1.10 IMPACT OF MULTI-LAYERED GATE DESIGN ON HOT CARRIER
      RELIABILITY OF GATE ELECTRODE WORKFUNCTION ENGINEERED                                     Tuesday, August 12                     15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall
      RECESSED CHANNEL (GEWE-RC) MOSFET
      R. Chaujar1, R. Kaur1, M. Saxena2, M. Gupta1, R. S. Gupta1                                Session FP1                                                              Poster Session
      1
        Semiconductor Devices Research Laboratory,Department of Electronic Science,
      India; 2Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, University of Delhi, India                          General Poster Session I Commission F (Focus Propagation)
DP1.11 CHARACTERIZATION OF RF PROPAGATION IN MUSCLE TISSUE                                      Session Chairs: Piotr Sobieski, Madhu Chandra
      FOR PASSIVE UHF RFID TAGS
      D. D. Arumugam, D. W. Engels, University of Texas at Arlington, United States             FP1.1 2GHZ BAND EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS OF MOBILE
                                                                                                      COMMUNICATIONS OVER DENSE URBAN REGIONS OF INDIA
DP1.12 SPECIFIC ABSORPTION RATES IN MUSCLE TISSUES FOR UHF                                            M. V. S. N. Prasad, K. Ratnamala, National Physical Laboratory,
      RFID READER SYSTEMS                                                                             India; P. K. Dalela, National Physical Laoratory, India
      D. D. Arumugam, D. W. Engels, University of Texas at Arlington, United States
                                                                                                FP1.2 SPREAD SPECTRUM COMMUNICATION EXPERIMENT WITH
                                                                                                      SATELLITE APSTAR 1
Tuesday, August 12                   15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall               G. Ma1, Y. Yan2, H. Shi1
                                                                                                      1
                                                                                                        National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China;
Session EP1                                                            Poster Session                 2
                                                                                                        Institute of Microelectronics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
General Poster Session I Commission E                                                           FP1.3 MEASURMENT OF VIBRATION AND SEISMIC SIGNAL USING
                                                                                                      S. V. Khobragade, N. Gosavi, U. S. Khobragade, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar
Session Chair: Christos Christopoulos                                                                 Technological University, India
EP1.1 EBG STRUCTURES WITH FRACTAL ELEMENTS AND MULTI-                                           FP1.4 KA-BAND RAIN ATTENUTION OVER MAJOR INDIAN CITIES
      LAYERED ELEMENTS                                                                                D. M. Magdum, A. N. Jadhav, Dr.D.Y.Patil Engineering
      J. Chen, University of Houston, United States                                                   College,Kolhapur,Maharashtra State(India), India
EP1.2 WALL THICKNESS EFFECT ON SHIELDING EFFECTIVENESS OF                                       FP1.5 SPATIAL-TEMPORARY DISTRIBUTION OF AIR REFRACTIVE INDEX N
      METALLIC ENCLOSURE WITH                                                                         IN A 100-METER OF ATMOSPHERE OF POLAR REGIONS OF RUSSIA
      M. A. Khorrami, P. Dehkhoda, R. Moini, H. Sadeghi, Amirkabir University of                      V. Tsydypov, G. Zhamsueva, A. Zayakhanov, Buryat Science Center of Siberian
      Tehran, Iran                                                                                    Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation
EP1.3 RENORMALIIZATION OF THE BLT EQUATION                                                      FP1.6 DESIGN OF A MONITORING SYSTEM FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC
      C. E. Baum, University of New Mexico, United States                                             RADIATION MEASUREMENTS
                                                                                                      F. Mavromatis1, A. Boursianis2, T. Samaras2, C. Koukourlis1, J. N. Sahalos2
EP1.4 VARIATIONS OF SPECTRAL CHARACTERISTICS OF                                                       1
                                                                                                        Demokritos University of Thrace, Greece; 2Aristotle University of Thessaloniki,
      ELECTROMAGNETIC BACKGROUND IN THE FREQUENCY BAND
                                                                                                      Greece
      BELOW 7 HZ
      A. G. Kolesnik, S. A. Kolesnik, A. A. Kolmakov, Tomsk State University, Russian           FP1.7 PROPAGATION OF 2 GHZ RADIO WAVES OVER THE ENGLISH
      Federation                                                                                      CHANNEL: ANALYSIS OF CASES OF SUB-REFRACTION
                                                                                                      S. D. Gunashekar, E. M. Warrington, D. R. Siddle, University of Leicester, United
EP1.5 STUDIES ON IONOSPHERIC PERTURBATION DUE TO SEISMIC
                                                                                                      Kingdom
      ACTIVITY USING INDIAN SROSS-C2 SATELLITE DATA
      J. Rai1, R. Chand2, D. K. Sharma3, S. Kamakshi1, M. Israil2                               FP1.8 THE APPROACH TO A PROBLEM OF SEARCH OF PEOPLE UNDER
      1
        Department of Physics,Indian Institute of Technology,Roorkee, India; 2Indian                  AVALANCHES
      Insitute of Technology,Roorkee, India; 3Manav Rachana College of Engineering,                   I. B. Shirokov, M. A. Durmanov, A. I. Yaufman, Sevastopol National Technical
      India                                                                                           University, Ukraine
EP1.6 A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF INTRA-CLOUD LIGHTNING ELECTRICAL                                   FP1.9 INVESTIGATION OF INFLUENCE OF FREQUENCY INSTABILITY OF
      CHARACTERISTICS DURING TROPICAL SUMMER THUNDERSTORM                                             REFERENCE OSCILLATOR ON THE ACCURACY OF HOMODYNE
      IN NORTH-EAST INDIA                                                                             MEASUREMENTS OF PHASE PROGRESSION FLUCTUATIONS ON
      A. Guha, B. K. De, Tripura University, India                                                    MICROWAVE LINE-OF-SIGHT LINKS
                                                                                                      I. B. Shirokov, I. V. Serdyuk, Sevastopol National Technical University, Ukraine
EP1.7 SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF MODEL TRANSIENT ELECTRIC FIELD IN
      THE MESOSPHERE ABOVE A BENT STROKE OF LIGHTNING                                           FP1.10      NEAR GROUND CHANNEL CHARACTERIZATION AND MODELING
      M. Hayakawa, The University of Electro-Communications, Japan; I. G. Kudintseva,                    FOR A TROPICAL FORESTED PATH
      Karasin Kharkov State University, Ukraine; A. P. Nickolaenko, Usikov Institute for                 Y. H. Lee, Y. S. Meng, B. C. Ng, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
      Radio-Physics and Electronics, National Academy of Sciences of the Ukraine,
      Ukraine                                                                                   FP1.11      THE DEVELOPMENT OF ITU-R P.1812 "A PATH-SPECIFIC
                                                                                                         PROPAGATION PREDICTION METHOD FOR POINT-TO-AREA"
EP1.8 STUDYING MAGNETO-OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF ISLAND NICKEL                                               M. J. Willis, STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, United Kingdom
      FILMS
      O. M. Nakashidze, K. T. Kaxaberidze, Batumi State University, Georgia
                                                                                                Tuesday, August 12                     15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall
EP1.9 AN ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY OF IMPLANTABLE MEDICAL
      DEVICE EMI DUE TO RFID READER/WRITERS BASED UPON THE                                      Session GP1-01                                                           Poster Session
      THREE-DIMENSIONAL EMF DISTRIBUTION MEASUREMENT
      S. Futatsumori, T. Hikage, T. Nojima, Hokkaido University, Japan; B. Koike, Japan         Open Session and Latest Results for Com. G (P)
      Automatic Identification Systems Association, Japan; H. Fujimoto, T. Toyoshima,
      Medtronic Japan Co., Ltd., Japan                                                          Session Chairs: C Hanuise, Anthea Coster, Michael Rietveld, T Maruyama

EP1.10      ASPECTS OF MODELLING A UWB IMPULSE RADIATING ANTENNA                                GP1-01.1 ROLE OF SOLAR FLUX IN THE EVOLUTION OF POST SUNSET
         H. Thye, M. Koch, Leibniz University Hannover, Germany; F. Sabath, Armed                     EQUATORIAL F REGION HEIGHT DURING MAGNETICALLY QUIET
         Forces Scientific Institute for Protection Technologies, Germany                             AND DISTURBED PERIODS
                                                                                                      B. A. Kakad, Indian Institute of Geomagnetism, New Panvel, India, India

                                                                                           15
GP1-01.2 SIMULATION OF ROUND-THE-WORLD SIGNAL                                                            MAGNETIC FIELD (IMF) VARIATIONS DURING THE MAGNETIC
      CHARACTERISTICS USING WAVEGUIDE APPROACH                                                           STORM ON AUGUST 6TH, 1998
      V. A. Moshkova, V. I. Kurkin, Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics SB RAS,                       N. M. Mene, A. T. Kobea, O. K. Obrou, K. Z. Zaka, University of Cocody, UFR
      Russian Federation                                                                                 SSMT, Laboratory of Atmospheric Physic, Cote d'Ivoire

GP1-01.3 DETECTABILITY OF D REGION VARIATIONS NEAR THE SOUTH                                      GP1-01.19     CHARACTERIZATION OF THE EQUATORIAL
      ATLANTIC ANOMALY                                                                                  ELECTRODYNAMICS DURING THE IONOSPHERIC DISTURBANCE
      F. Han, S. A. Cummer, Duke University, United States; C. J. Rodger, University of                 DYNAMO PROCESS: OBSERVATIONS FROM IEEY CAMPAIGN DATA
      Otago, New Zealand                                                                                ANALYSIS
                                                                                                        K. Z. Zaka, A. T. Kobea, O. K. Obrou, N. M. Mene, University of Cocody, UFR
GP1-01.4 IONOSPHERIC STORMS AT A SUB-AURORAL LOCATION IN THE                                            SSMT, Laboratory of Atmospheric Physics, Cote d'Ivoire
      SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE
      M. Mendillo, C. Narvaez, Boston University, United States                                   GP1-01.20     EUROPEAN IONOSPHERIC MONITORING AND MODELLING
                                                                                                        ACTIVITY IN MIERS
GP1-01.5 A SOUTH AFRICAN ANALYSIS OF GPS TEC AND IONOSPHERIC                                            I. M. Stanislawska, Space Research Centre PAS, Poland; J. Lastovicka, Institute of
      VARIABILITY DURING MAGNETIC STORMS                                                                Atmospheric Physics, Czech Republic; A. Bourdillon, University of Rennes 1,
      J. B. Habarulema, Rhodes University, South Africa; L.-A. McKinnell, B. Opperman,                  France; B. Zolesi, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Italy
      Hermanus Magnetic Observatory, South Africa

GP1-01.6 DEVELOPMENT OF THE SENSITIVE TECHNIQUE FOR DATA                                          Tuesday, August 12                    15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall
      PROCESSING DURING THE SATELLITES VENERA-15,-16
      OCCULTATION EXPERIMENTS                                                                     Session GP1-02                                                           Poster Session
      M. Grigoryevskaya, Moscow technical University of Communications and
      Informatics, Russian Federation; Y. Gavrik, T. Kopnina, A. Gavrik, Institute of             Density Profiling and Models (P)
      radio engineering and electronics, Russian Federation
                                                                                                  Session Chairs: B Reinisch, B Zolesi, D Bilitza, Michael Rietveld, T Maruyama
GP1-01.7 SIGNATURES OF STORM SUDDEN COMMENCEMENTS(SSC) IN
      GEOMAGNETIC H FIELD AT INDIAN STATIONS AND ASSOCIATED                                       GP1-02.1 VARIATION OF IONOSPHERIC PROFILE PARAMETERS DURING
      CHANGES IN INTERPLANETARY MAGNETIC FIELD ORIENTATION                                              MODERATE SOLAR ACTIVITY AND COMPARISON WITH IRI-2001
      B. Veenadhari1, T. Dhar2, R. Singh1, S. Alex1                                                     N. K. Sethi, R. S. Dabas, R. M. Das, National Physical Laboratory, India
      1
        Indian Institute of Geomagnetism, India; 2University of Pune, India
                                                                                                  GP1-02.2 NIGHTTIME LOWER D-REGION FROM VLF PHASE & AMPLITUDE
GP1-01.8 E AND F REGION MIDLATITUDE IONOSPHERIC DRIFTS                                                  N. R. Thomson, University of Otago, New Zealand
      OBSERVED DURING GEOMAGNETIC STORMS.
                                                                                                  GP1-02.3 MODELING OF IONOSPHERIC F-REGION PARAMETERS FOR
      J. Boska, D. Buresova, D. Kouba, P. Sauli, Institute of Atmospheric physics ASCR,
                                                                                                        INDIAN ZONE
      Czech Republic
                                                                                                        K. Sharma, R. S. Dabas, R. M. Das, N. K. Sethi, K. G. M. Pillai, National Physical
GP1-01.9 STUDY THE GROWTH AND DECAY OF EQUATORIAL IONIZATION                                            Laboratory, New Delhi-110012, India; A. K. Mishra, N.A.S.(PG) College, India
      ANOMALY OVER INDIAN SECTOR BY USING COHERENT RADIO
                                                                                                  GP1-02.4 VARIABILITY OF FOF2 AT KARACHI & ISLAMABAD DURING
      BEACON EXPERIMENT (CRABEX): A PRELIMINARY RESULTS
                                                                                                        SOLAR MAXIMUM (1999-2000) & SOLAR MINIMUM (2006-07) AND ITS
      R. M. Das, R. S. Dabas, A. K. Upadhayaya, National Physical Laboratory,
                                                                                                        COMPARISON WITH IRI
      India; S. Ravindran, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, India; R. Sharma, Indian
                                                                                                        M. - Ashfaque, M. A. Ameen, M. - Ashiq, M. - Ayub, Pakistan Space and Upper
      Space Research Organization, India
                                                                                                        Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO), Pakistan
GP1-01.10     ANNUAL TOTAL ELECTRON CONTENT VARIATION NEAR THE
                                                                                                  GP1-02.5 INVESTIGATION OF INTERACTIONS OF GPS SIGNALS WITH
      EQUATORIAL ANOMALY REGION DURING THE SOLAR MINIMUM
                                                                                                        IONOSPHERE IN MARMARA REGION
      A. K. Singh, S. Kumar, Banaras Hindu University, India; F. Azpilicueta, C. Brunini,
                                                                                                        Z. Can1, K. Bozkurt1, D. Bozkurt2, B. Elcin1, O. Oguz3, K. Kutlu1
      Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina                                                       1
                                                                                                         YILDIZ TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, Turkey; 2ISTANBUL TECHNICAL
GP1-01.11    USE OF VARYING SHELL HEIGHTS DERIVED FROM                                                  UNIVERSITY, Turkey; 3ISTANBUL COMMERCE UNIVERSITY, Turkey
      IONOSONDE DATA IN CALCULATING TOTAL ELECTRON CONTENT
                                                                                                  GP1-02.6 COMPARISON OF THE FOUR DIFFERENT METHODS FOR
      (TEC) USING GPS- NEW METHOD.
                                                                                                        RECONSTRUCTION OF ELECTRON DENSITY PROFILE FROM
      S. C. Mushini, P. T. Jayachandran, R. B. Langley, University of New Brunswick,
                                                                                                        VERTICAL-INCIDENCE DATA
      Canada; J. W. MacDougall, University of Western Ontario, Canada
                                                                                                        A. G. Kim, G. V. Kotovich, Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics, Russian
GP1-01.12     CAPACITY-BUILDING IN RADIO SCIENCE THROUGH THE                                            Federation
      GLOBAL NETWORK OF AWESOME ELF/VLF SPACE MONITORS
                                                                                                  GP1-02.7 STUDY OF THE TOTAL ELECTRON CONTENT (TEC) AT AN
      S. Bijoor, U. S. Inan, M. B. Cohen, D. Scherrer, P. Scherrer, Stanford University,
                                                                                                        EQUATORIAL STATION
      United States
                                                                                                        O. K. Obrou, A. T. Kobea, M. N. Mene, Z. K. Zaka, B. Ouattara, University of
GP1-01.13     INVESTIGATION OF THE LATITUDE AND ALTITUDE                                                Cocody, Cote d'Ivoire; K. Groves, Air Force Research Laboratory, USA
      DEPENDENCE OF LARGE MID-LATITUDE IONOSPHERIC ELECTRON
                                                                                                  GP1-02.8 MODELING OF O+(2P) DAYGLOW EMISSION .
      AND ION DENSITY GRADIENTS ASSOCIATED WITH OUTER-
                                                                                                        A. K. Upadhayaya, R. M. Das, National Physical Laboratory, India
      PLASMASPHERIC STRUCTURES
      R. F. Benson, J. M. Grebowsky, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, United                     GP1-02.9 A NEW GLOBAL F2 PEAK ELECTRON DENSITY MODEL FOR THE
      States; D. Bilitza, GMU/Goddard Space Flight Center, United States; P. A. Webb,                   INTERNATIONAL REFERENCE IONOSPHERE (IRI)
      GEST/UMBC/Goddard Space Flight Center, United States; V. Truhlik, Acad. Sci.,                     E. Oyeyemi, University of Lagos, Nigeria; L.-A. McKinnell, Hermanus Magnetic
      Czech Republic                                                                                    Observatory, South Africa
GP1-01.14    VLF ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE PROPAGATION OVER LARGE                                      GP1-02.10      A SINGLE-STATION SPECTRAL MODEL OF THE MONTHLY
      DISTANCES USING TIME-DOMAIN SEGMENTED LONG PATH                                                   MEDIAN F2-REGION CRITICAL FREQUENCY OVER CHINA
      TECHNIQUE                                                                                         T. Xu1, J. Wu2, J. Feng3, Z. Wu1
      T. W. Chevalier, U. S. Inan, T. F. Bell, Stanford University, United States                       1
                                                                                                          xidian university, China; 2National Key Laboratory of Electromagnetic
                                                                                                        Environment, China; 3China Research Institute of Radiowave Propagation, China
GP1-01.15     DIFFERENT BEHAVIORS OF TEC AND F2 PEAK ELECTRON
      EENSITY AT MIDLATITUDES DURING GEOMAGNETIC STORMS                                           GP1-02.11     VERTICAL PROFILES OF ELECTRON TEMPERATURE AND
      H. Jin, T. Maruyama, National institute of information and communications                         DENSITY OF BOTTOM SIDE F-REGION FROM IN-SITU
      technology, Japan                                                                                 MEASUREMENTS OVER A LOW LATITUDE STATION
                                                                                                        T. John, S. Pattamatta, M. Bahl, H. K. Maini, P. Chopra, S. C. Garg, National
GP1-01.16     FOF2 PREDICTION IN ROME OBSERVATORY
                                                                                                        Physical Laboratory, India
      L. Perrone, M. Pietrella, B. Zolesi, A. Malagnini, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e
      Vulcanologia, Italy                                                                         GP1-02.12     EXTENDED VALIDATION OF NEQUICK 2 MODEL FOR
                                                                                                        NAVIGATION APPLICATIONS
GP1-01.17     A TEST OF THE STANDARD THEORY OF PMSE USING EISCAT
                                                                                                        P. Coisson, B. Nava, S. M. Radicella, the Abdus Salam International Centre for
      VHF AND UHF OBSERVATIONS
                                                                                                        Theoretical Physics, Italy
      Q. Li, M. Rapp, Leibniz-Institute of Atmospheric Physics e.V. at the University of
      Rostock, Germany                                                                            GP1-02.13    GPS AS A SOURCE OF DATA GENERATION ABOUT HIGH-
                                                                                                        ALTITUDE DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRONIC CONCENTRATION
GP1-01.18 STUDY OF THE DIRECT PENETRATION OF MAGNETOSPHERIC
                                                                                                        V. M. Smirnov, E. V. Smirnova, Institute of Radioengeneering and Electronics of
      CONVECTION ELECTRIC FIELD AT LOW LATITUDES WITH BZ-
                                                                                                        RAS, Russian Federation
      COMPONENT AND BY-COMPONENT OF INTERPLANETARY

                                                                                             16
GP1-02.14     ELECTRON DENSITY ENHANCEMENTS DURING SOLAR X-RAY                                               S. Tulasi Ram, P. V. S. Rama Rao, D. S. V. V. D. Prasad, K. Niranjan, Space
      FLARES FROM VLF SOUNDING OF THE LOWER IONOSPHERE                                                       Physics Laboratories, India
      V. Zigman, University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia; D. Grubor, Faculty of Mining and
      Geology, Physics Cathedra, University of Belgrade, Serbia; D. Sulic, Institute of               GP1-03.13     THE COMBINED EFFECTS OF ELECTROJET STRENGTH AND
      Physics, Belgrade, Serbia                                                                             THE GEOMAGNETIC ACTIVITY ON THE POST SUNSET HEIGHT RISE
                                                                                                            OF THE F-LAYER AND ITS ROLE IN THE GENERATION OF ESF
GP1-02.15    IMITATION OF THE IRI2007 MODEL RESULTS FOR HIGH                                                DURING HIGH AND LOW SOLAR ACTIVITY PERIODS
      FREQUENCY COMMUNICATION                                                                               T. R. Sudarsanam, R. R. V. S. Paluri, P. S. V. V. D. Dasari, N. Kandula, Dept. of
      O. A. Maltseva, T. V. Nikitenko, O. S. Poltavsky, Institute of Physics Southern                       Physics, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam - 530003., India
      Federal University, Russian Federation
                                                                                                      GP1-03.14     ON THE CHARACTERISTICS BEHAVIOUR OF THE VHF AND
GP1-02.16     PLANETARY AND ZONAL INDICES OF THE IONOSPHERE                                                 GPS L-BAND SCINTILLATIONS IN THE INDIAN EQUATORIAL
      VARIABILITY DERIVED FROM NUMERICAL MAPS OF FOF2                                                       SECTORS AND THEIR POSSIBLE IMPACT ON THE SATELLITE BASED
      I. M. Stanislawska, Space Research Centre PAS, Poland; T. L. Gulyaeva, IZMIRAN,                       NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
      Russia                                                                                                P. V. S. Rama Rao, S. Gopi Krishna, S. Tulasi Ram, D. S. V. V. D. Prasad,
                                                                                                            K. Niranjan, Department of Physics, Andhra University, India

Tuesday, August 12                      15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall           GP1-03.15     CHARACTERISTICS OF SPORADIC-E IRREGULARITIES USING
                                                                                                            DAYTIME SCINTILLATIONS AT LOW LATITUDE STATION VARANASI
Session GP1-03                                                              Poster Session                  A. K. Singh, R. P. Patel, K. --- Patel, R. P. Singh, Banaras Hindu University, India
Irregularities and Scintillation (P)                                                                  GP1-03.16     LATITUDINAL EXTENT OF EQUATORIAL PLASMA BUBBLES
                                                                                                            AND L-BAND SCINTILLATIONS IN THE INDIAN REGION
Session Chairs: Patricia Doherty, Eurico de Paula, A Bhattacharyya, Michael                                 S. V. Thampi1, S. Ravindran1, T. K. Pant1, K. N. Iyer2, A. K. Patra3, R. Sridharan1
Rietveld, T Maruyama                                                                                        1
                                                                                                              Space Physics Laboratory, India; 2Sourashtra University, India; 3National
                                                                                                            Atmospheric Research Laboratory, India
GP1-03.1 DOING SPACE WEATHER OF SMALL SCALE IONOSPHERIC
      STRUCTURES VIA TOOLS FROM COMPLEX SYSTEM THEORY                                                 GP1-03.17    ATMOSPHERE IONOSPHERE COUPLING OVER THE DIP
      M. D. F. Materassi, Istituto dei Sistemi Complessi, Consiglio Nazionale delle                         EQUATOR: - IMPLICATIONS ON THE EQUATORIAL ELECTROJET
      Ricerche, Italy; G. Consolini, Istituto di Fisica dello Spazio Interplanetario, Istituto              IRREGULARITIES
      Nazionale di Astrofisica, Italy; D. Pokhotelov, University of Bath, UK; N. Smith,                     C. Vineeth, T. K. Pant, S. V. Thampi, R. Sridharan, space physics laboratory, India
      Bath Institute for Complex Systems, UK
                                                                                                      GP1-03.18    EVOLUTION OF ESF IRREGULARITIES DURING
GP1-03.2 THE DEPENDENCE OF SCINTILLATION AND FOCUSING EFFECTS                                               MAGNETICALLY QUIET AND DISTURBED PERIODS
      ON EQUATORIAL PLASMA BUBBLE PARAMETERS AND PATH                                                       B. A. Kakad, Indian Institute of Geomagnetism, New Panvel, India, India
      GEOMETRY FOR TRANSIONOSPHERIC PATHS
      H. J. Strangeways, University of Leeds, United Kingdom                                          GP1-03.19    STUDY OF EQUATORIAL SPREAD F IRREGULARITIES USING
                                                                                                            GPS RECEIVER AND MST RADAR LOCATED AT GADANKI, INDIA
GP1-03.3 FADING PHENOMENA IN IONOSPHERIC COMMUNICATION LINKS                                                M. S. Bagiya, H. P. Joshi, K. N. Iyer, Saurashtra University, India
      OCCUR DURING MAGNETIC STORM WITH APPLICATIONS TO
      SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS AND IONOSPHERE MONITORING                                              GP1-03.20     LEONID METEOR SHOWER PARAMETERS INFERRED
      N. S. Blaunstein, Ben-Gurion University, Israel; E. V. Mishin, Boston College,                        THROUGH SATELLITE SCINTILLATIONS AT DELHI
      Institute for Scientific Research, USA                                                                P. N. Vijayakumar, National Physical Laboratory, India

GP1-03.4 SPATIAL EFFECTS OF MULTIPLE SCATTERING OF HF SIGNALS IN                                      GP1-03.21     SCINTILLATION STUDY FROM STRUCTURE AND
      THE IONOSPHERE: THEORY AND EXPERIMENT                                                                 MORPHOLOGY OF EQUATORIAL DENSITY IRREGULARITIES
      N. A. Zabotin, J. W. Wright, A. J. Gasiewski, University of Colorado at Boulder,                      Y. H. Liu1, C. H. Liu2, S. S-Y. Su1
                                                                                                            1
      United States; G. A. Zhbankov, Southern Federal University, Russia                                      National Central University, Taiwan; 2Academia Sinica, Taiwan

GP1-03.5 CHARACTERISTICS OF DEEP GPS SIGNAL FADING DUE TO                                             GP1-03.22     SEASONAL VARIATIONS OF ZONAL FLOW REVERSAL IN THE
      IONOSPHERIC SCINTILLATION ANALYZED USING A SOFTWARE                                                   EVENING IONOSPHERE RELATING TO LOCAL-TIME DISTRIBUTION
      RECEIVER                                                                                              OF IRREGULARITY OCCURRENCES
      J. Seo, T. Walter, T.-Y. Chiou, P. Enge, Stanford University, United States                           S.-Y. Su, C. K. Chao, National Central University, Taiwan; C. H. Liu, Academia
                                                                                                            Sinica, Taiwan
GP1-03.6 THE BOTTOM-SIDE F REGION IRREGULARITIES OBSERVED
      FROM THE SO LUS RADAR                                                                           GP1-03.23    EVOLUTION / SUPPRESSION PARAMETERS OF EQUATORIAL
      E. R. de Paula, E. A. Kherani, M. A. Abdu, L. A. P. de Camargo, National Institute                    POSTSUNSET PLASMA INSTABILITY
      for Space Research-INPE, Brazil                                                                       O. S. Oyekola, C. O. Oluwafemi, Convenent Univerisity, Nigeria

GP1-03.7 TEC VARIABILITY AND SCINTILLATION AT LOW LATITUDES                                           GP1-03.24    GPS IONOSPHERIC SCINTILLATIONS MEASURED IN VIETNAM
      MEASURED USING HIGH-RATE GPS RECEIVERS                                                                A. Bourdillon, Institut Electronique et Telecommunications de Rennes,
      C. S. Carrano, Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc., United                                   France; M. Le Huy, Institut de Geophysiques, Vietnam; L. Hoang Thai, Ho Chi
      States; K. M. Groves, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States                                    Minh City Institute of Physics, Vietnam

GP1-03.8 MODELING IONOSPHERIC IMPACTS ON TRANSIONOSPHERIC                                             GP1-03.25      THE OBSERVATIONS OF NIGHTTIME PLASMA BLOB AND
      SIGNALS WITH A PHASE SCREEN CONSTRUCTED FROM RADAR                                                    TOTAL ELECTRON CONTENT ENHANCEMENT AT LOW-LATITUDE
      PHASE-DERIVED TEC                                                                                     REGION
      R. G. Caton, C. S. Carrano, C. M. Acala, AER, INC, United States; K. M. Groves,                       Y. Chen1, G. Ma2, J. Gong1, W. Huang1
                                                                                                            1
      T. Beach, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States; D. Sponseller, Kwajalein                        Center for Space Science and Applied Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences.,
      Range Services LLC, United States                                                                     China; 2The National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences,
                                                                                                            China
GP1-03.9 CHARACTERISTICS OF SCINTILLATIONS AND PLASMA
      DEPLETIONS IN THE SOUTH AMERICAN REGION                                                         GP1-03.26      MID-LATITUDE IRREGULARITIES OBSERVED THROUGH
      G. K. Seemala, P. H. Doherty, C. E. Valladares, Boston College, United States                         MORNING DURING THE MAGNETIC STORM ON 19 MARCH 2001
                                                                                                            J. Li, G. Ma, National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences,
GP1-03.10     SPATIAL DECORRELATION OF 150 AND 400 MHZ TRANS-                                               China
      IONOSPHERIC SIGNALS MEASURED AT ASCENSION ISLAND
      M. M. van de Kamp1, P. S. Cannon1,2                                                             GP1-03.27   IONOSPHERIC SCINTILLATION STUDY OF THE LOW
      1
        University of Bath, United Kingdom; 2QinetiQ, United Kingdom                                        LATITUDE AREA IN CHINA
                                                                                                            W. Zhen, J. Feng, Z. Deng, D. Liu, China Research Institute of Radiowave
GP1-03.11      RADAR AND GPS OBSERVATIONS OF EQUATORIAL SPREAD F                                            Propagation, China
      IRREGULARITIES (ESF) OVER INDIA
      S. Sripathi1, S. Bose1, A. K. Patra2, T. K. Pant3, B. Kakad1, A. Bhattacharyya1                 GP1-03.28       GPS IONOSPHERIC SCINTILLATIONS MONITORING AND
      1
        Indian Institute of Geomagnetism, India; 2National Atmospheric Research                             STUDYING: BIPOLAR CAPABILITIES DURING IPY
      Laboratory, India; 3Space Physics Laboratory, India                                                   L. Alfonsi1, A. W. Wernik2, M. Aquino3, C. N. Mitchell4, G. De Franceschi1,
                                                                                                            V. Romano1
                                                                                                            1
GP1-03.12  DEVELOPMENT OR INHIBITION OF POST-SUNSET ESF DURING                                                Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Italy; 2Space Research Center-PAS,
      GEOMAGNETIC STORM A MULTI-INSTRUMENTAL AND MULTI-                                                     Poland; 3University of Nottingham, UK; 4University of Bath, UK
      STATION STUDY ON ITS LOCAL TIME (LONGITUDE) DEPENDANT
      RESPONSE                                                                                        GP1-03.29  INCOHERENT SCATTER RADAR OBSERVATIONS OF
                                                                                                            IONOSPHERIC IRREGULARITIES


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       R. Behlke, C. L. Hoz, Department of Physics and Technology, University of Tromsoe,                1
                                                                                                          Institute of Radio Astronomy, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine;
                                                                                                         2
       Norway                                                                                             Air Force Research Laboratory, Hanscom AFB, USA; 3Center for Atmospheric
                                                                                                         Research, University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA
GP1-03.30      IONOSPHERIC SCINTILLATION MONITORING IN THE
      ANTARCTIC AND SOUTH ATLANTIC                                                                GP1-GHE.2 IONOSPHERIC SIGNATURES OF GAMMA RAY BURSTS
      P. J. Cilliers, Hermanus Magnetic Observatory, South Africa; L.-A. McKinnell,                    S. Bremner1, A. B. Collier1,2, A. R. Hughes1, J. Lichtenberger3
                                                                                                       1
      Rhodes University, South Africa                                                                    University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa; 2Hermanus Magnetic Observatory,
                                                                                                       South Africa; 3Eotvos University, Hungary
GP1-03.31     POLAR PATCHES: THE SEASONAL AND UNIVERSAL TIME
      DEPENDENCE OF OCCURRENCE                                                                    GP1-GHE.3 2-D MODELING OF IRREGULARITYS FORMATION IN THE HF
      P. Prikryl, Communications Research Centre, Canada; J. W. MacDougall,                            HEATING OF THE IONOSPHERE
      University of Western Ontario, Canada; J.-P. St.-Maurice, University of                          F. Deng, Z. Zhao, Wuhan University, China
      Saskatchewan, Canada; T. R. Pedersen, Air Force Research Laboratory, U.S.A.
                                                                                                  GP1-GHE.4 STUDY ON THE SPECIAL DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRIC FIELD
GP1-03.32       INVESTIGATION OF DISCRETE COSMIC SOURCE                                                OF THE PUMP WAVE IN THE IONOSPHERIC MODIFICATION
      SCINTILLATIONS USING AN IMAGING RIOMETER                                                         Z. Zhao, F. Deng, Wuhan University, China
      V. G. Bezrodny1, O. V. Charkina1, V. G. Galushko1, K. Groves2, A. S. Kashcheyev1,
      B. Watkins3, Y. M. Yampolski1                                                               GP1-GHE.5 EXCITATION OF HYDROXYL EMISSIONS BY HIGH-POWER
      1
        Institute of Radio Astronomy, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine;                RADIOWAVES
      2
        Air ForceResearch Laboratory, USA; 3Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska,               L. M. Kagan, University of Western Ontario, Canada
      USA
                                                                                                  GP1-GHE.6 THEORETICAL MODEL OF HYDRODYNAMIC AND
GP1-03.33    GPS SCINTILLATION OVER SPITSBERGEN DURING SOLAR                                           ELECTROMAGNETIC DISTURBANCES CAUSED BY EXPLOSIONS IN
      MINIMUM PERIOD                                                                                   THE IONOSPHERE
      A. W. Wernik, M. Pożoga, M. Grzesiak, Space Research Centre, Polish Academy of                   I. Y. Sergeev, Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere and Radio Wave
      Sciences, Poland                                                                                 Propagation, Russian Academy of Sciences (IZMIRAN), Russian Federation

                                                                                                  GP1-GHE.7 FIRST INCOHERENT SCATTER RADAR OBSERVATIONS OF
Tuesday, August 12                    15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall               RADIO WAVE PUMPING IN THE IONOSPHERE AROUND THE SECOND
                                                                                                       ELECTRON GYROHARMONIC
Session GP1-04                                                           Poster Session                M. J. Kosch1, B. Bristow2, B. Gustvasson3, C. Heinselman4, J. Hughes5, B. Isham6,
                                                                                                       C. Mutiso5, K. Nielsen7, T. Pedersen8, M. T. Rietveld9, W. Wang7, A. Wong7
Assimilation and Imaging of the Ionosphere and Plasmasphere (P)                                        1
                                                                                                         Lancaster University, United Kingdom; 2University of Alaska, USA; 3University of
                                                                                                       Tromso, Norway; 4Stanford Research Institute, USA; 5Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
Session Chairs: G Bust, Michael Rietveld, T Maruyama, Norbert Jakowski, M                              University, USA; 6Interamerican University, USA; 7HIPAS Observatory, USA; 8Air
Codrescu                                                                                               Force Research Laboratory, USA; 9EISCAT Scientific Association, Norway
GP1-04.1 ESTIMATION OF NEUTRAL WINDS FROM 4D IONOSPHERIC                                          GP1-GHE.8 CASCADE OF LANGMUIR WAVES IN HAARP HEATING
      IMAGING                                                                                          EXPERIMENTS
      G. S. Bust, S. Datta-Barua, G. Crowley, N. Curtis, ASTRA, United States                          S. P. Kuo1, M. C. Lee2,3
                                                                                                       1
                                                                                                         Polytechnic University, United States; 2Boston University, United States;
GP1-04.2 VARIABILITY OF THE EQUATORIAL ELECTRODYNAMICS AND                                             3
                                                                                                         Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
      ITS MANIFESTATIONS IN THE EVOLUTION OF EQUATORIAL
      IONIZATION ANOMALY (EIA) IN THE INDIAN REGION                                               GP1-GHE.9 THE SPIKES-PHENOMENON SIMULATION IN ARTIFICIALLY
      S. V. Thampi1, S. Ravindran1, T. K. Pant1, L. Jose1, M. R. Sivaraman2, R. S. Dabas3,             DISTURBED IONOSPHERE
      R. Sridharan1                                                                                    A. V. Kochetov, Institute of Applied Physics of Russian Academy of Sciences,
      1
        Space Physics Laboratory, India; 2Space Application Centre, India; 3National                   Russian Federation; G. I. Terina, Radiophysical Research Institute, Russian
      Physical Laboratory, India                                                                       Federation
GP1-04.3 IMAGING THE TOPSIDE IONOSPHERE AND PLASMASPHERE                                          GP1-GHE.10 DYNAMICS OF SELF-CONSISTENT POWERFUL RADIO-WAVE
      E. Yizengaw, M. B. Moldwin, UCLA, United States                                                  ABSORPTION BY AN ARTIFICIAL IONOSPHERE TURBULENCE
                                                                                                       A. V. Kochetov, Institute of Applied Physics of Russian Academy of Sciences,
GP1-04.4 DIRECT DETERMINATION OF ELECTRON DENSITY PROFILES                                             Russian Federation; U. E. Men'kova, S. M. Grach, Nizhny Novgorod State
      FROM GNSS OCCULTATION DATA                                                                       University, Russian FederationR
      A. Aragon-Angel, M. Hernandez-Pajares, M. Juan Zornoza, J. Sanz Subirana,
      P. Ramos-Bosch, Technical University of Catalonia, Spain                                    GP1-GHE.11 DOPPLER BROADENING OF ELECTRON CYCLOTRON WAVES
                                                                                                       IN THE IONOSPHERE
GP1-04.5 OCCURRENCE OF SUMMER STORM OVER EUROPE IN GPS TEC                                             G. James, --Communications Research Centre Canada, Canada
      MEASUREMENTS
      I. I. Shagimuratov, G. A. Yakimova, I. V. Karpov, West Department of IZMIRAN,               GP1-GHE.12 THE PARAMETRIC INSTABILITY IN CHEMICALLY REACTING
      Russian Federation                                                                               PLASMA
                                                                                                       J. Wu, J. Wu, Q. H. Che, Q. Li, China Research Institute of Radiowave Propagation,
GP1-04.6 UV IMAGE DATA COMPARED TO IONOSPHERE MODEL BASED                                              China
      SIMULATIONS
      R. K. Schaefer1, R. DeMajistre1, H. Kil1, D. C. Thompson2, L. Scherliess2,                  GP1-GHE.13 THE HAARP TELESCOPIC IMAGING SYSTEM
      L. J. Paxton1, D. C. Smith1, P. Dandenault3                                                      E. Kendall, SRI International, United States
      1
        Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, United States; 2Utah State
      University, United States; 3Naval Research Laboratory, United States                        GP1-GHE.14 GEOMETRIC MODULATION: A NEW, MORE EFFECTIVE
                                                                                                       METHOD OF STEERABLE ELF/VLF WAVE GENERATION WITH
GP1-04.7 GENETIC ALGORITHM TUNED CONSTANT GAIN KALMAN FILTER                                           CONTINUOUS HF HEATING OF THE LOWER IONOSPHERE
      APPROACH FOR ESTIMATION OF IONOSPHERIC TEC AND                                                   M. B. Cohen, U. S. Inan, Stanford University, United States
      DIFFERENTIAL INSTRUMENTAL BIASES USING DUAL FREQUECNCY
      GPS OBSERVATIONS                                                                            GP1-GHE.15 INVESTIGATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CURRENT
      R. Anandraj1, M. R. Ananthasayanam2, P. R. Mahapatra2, P. Soma1                                  DENSITY AND POTENTIAL IN THE AURORAL CURRENT REGIONS
      1
        ISTRAC / ISRO, India; 2Indian Institude of Scientce, India                                     WITH CLUSTER SPACECRAFT
                                                                                                       M. Hayosh1, C. Bunescu2, D. Chugunin3, E. Yordanova4, O. Marghitu2,5, B. Klecker5,
                                                                                                       T. Karlsson6
                                                                                                       1
Tuesday, August 12                    15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall                 Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Czech Republic; 2Institute for Space Sciences,
                                                                                                       Romania; 3Space Research Institute, Russia; 4Space Research Institute, Bulgaria;
Session GP1-GHE                                                          Poster Session                5
                                                                                                         Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics, Germany; 6Royal Institute of
                                                                                                       Technology, Sweden
Modification of the Ionosphere and Magnetosphere (P)
                                                                                                  GP1-GHE.16 GENERATION OF ELF/VLF WAVES BY AN IONOSPHERIC
Session Chairs: Keith Groves, Michael Rietveld, T Maruyama, M Kosch, O A.                              HEATER AT THE GEOMAGNETIC EQUATOR
Molchanov, Y Ruzhin                                                                                    N. G. Lehtinen, U. S. Inan, Stanford University, United States
GP1-GHE.1 SPATIAL FEATURES OF DOPPLER SPECTRA FROM HF                                             GP1-GHE.17 SIMULATIONS OF IONOSPHERIC HEATING EXPERIMENTS
     HEATERS                                                                                           WITH LOW-LATITUDE HF FACILITIES
     V. G. Galushko1, K. Groves2, A. V. Koloskov1, V. V. Paznukhov3, B. W. Reinisch3,                  P. A. Bernhardt, C. A. Selcher, J. D. Huba, Naval research Laboratory, United
     Y. M. Yampolski1, A. V. Zalizovsky1                                                               States



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GP1-GHE.18 IONOSPHERIC DUCTS AND PLASMA WAVES INDUCED BY HF                                     Tuesday, August 12                     15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall
     HEATER OVER GAKONA
     J. A. Cohen1, L. M. Burton1, R. Pradipta1, A. Labno1, M.-C. Lee1,2, S. P. Kuo3,            Session HP-02                                                             Poster Session
     B. J. Watkins4, S. Oyama4
     1
       Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States; 2Boston University, United         Observations of Waves and Coherent Structures in Space Plasmas
     States; 3Polytechnic University, United States; 4University of Alaska Fairbanks,           (P)
     United States
                                                                                                Session Chairs: Ondrej Santolik, Jolene Pickett
GP1-GHE.19 NEW METHOD OF THE IONOSPHERIC DIAGNOSTICS USING
     ARTIFICIAL PERIODIC IRREGULARITIES WITH DIFFERENT SPATIAL                                  HP-02.1 LOCALIZED ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES IN THE EARTH'S
     SCALES                                                                                           MAGNETOSPHERE CAUSED BY MAGNETOSPHERE-IONOSPHERE
     V. V. Belikovich, N. V. Bakhmetieva, A. V. Tolmacheva, Radiophysical Research                    INTERACTIONS AT HIGH LATITUDES
     Institute, Russian Federation; M. T. Rietveld, EISCAT Scientific Association,                    A. V. Streltsov, Dartmouth College, United States
     Norway                                                                                     HP-02.2 STRUCTURE OF ULF WAVES IN THE UPPER IONOSPHERE:
GP1-GHE.20 3-BRAGG WAVELENGTH AND RF HEATING CAPABILITIES                                             OBSERVATIONS AND MODEL
     WITH THE NEW MST MORRO RADAR AND EISCAT                                                          V. A. Pilipenko, Space Research Institute, Russia; E. N. Fedorov, Institute of the
     C. La Hoz, O. Havnes, University of Tromso, Norway; M. Sarango, M SARANGO                        Earth Physics, Russia; B. Heilig, Eotvos Lorand Geophysical Institute,
     CT - Industrias Tecnolgicas, Peru                                                                Hungary; M. J. Engebretson, Augsburg College, USA

GP1-GHE.21 ARTIFICIAL PERIODIC IRREGULARITIES AND SPORADIC E-                                   HP-02.3 SIGNATURES OF TRAVELING IONOSPHERIC DISTURBANCE (TID)
     LAYERS                                                                                           IN EQUATORIAL DAYTIME THERMOSPHERIC O1D 630 NM AIRGLOW
     N. V. Bakhmetieva, V. V. Belikovich, Radiophysical Research Institute, Russian                   RESULTS FROM CAWSES INDIA CAMPAIGN
     Federation; L. M. Kagan, University of Western Ontario, Canada                                   C. Vineeth, T. K. Pant, S. V. Thampi, V. Sreeja, L. Jose, G. Manju, S. Ravindran,
                                                                                                      R. Sridharan, space physics laboratory, India

                                                                                                HP-02.4 CORRELATION BETWEEN RADAR OBSERVATIONS OF FIELD LINE
Tuesday, August 12                    15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall
                                                                                                      RESONANCES AND DISCRETE OSCILLATIONS IN THE SOLAR WIND
Session HP1                                                             Poster Session                USING MULTITAPER METHODS
                                                                                                      J. A. E. Stephenson, D. A. D. M. Walker, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Poster Session I Commission H
                                                                                                HP-02.5 OBSERVATIONS OF WAVE ACTIVITY USING POKER FLAT
Session Chair: Y. Omura                                                                               INCOHERENT SCATTER RADAR
                                                                                                      A. N. Bhatt1, C. J. Heinselman2, M. J. Nicolls2, M. C. Kelley1
                                                                                                      1
HP1.1 2-DIMENSIONAL FDTD SIMULATIONS OF PLASMA WAVE                                                     Cornell University, United States; 2SRI International, United States
      PROPAGATIONS IN THE IONOSPHERE
      T. Miyake, S. Yoshino, T. Okada, K. Ishisaka, Toyama Prefectural University,              HP-02.6 STRUCTURE FUNCTIONS AND INTERMITTENCY IN IONOSPHERIC
      Japan                                                                                           PLASMA TURBULENCE
                                                                                                      L. Dyrud, Center for Remote Sensing, USA; B. Krane, Norwegian Defense Research
HP1.2 MEASUREMENT OF ELECTRIC FIELD AND LF/MF BAND RADIO                                              Establishment, Norway; M. Oppenheim, University of Boston, USA; H. L. Pecseli,
      WAVES IN THE IONOSPHERE BY S-520-23 SOUNDING ROCKET                                             J. K. Trulsen, University of Oslo, Norway; A. W. Wernik, Polish Academy of
      EXPERIMENTS                                                                                     Sciences, Poland
      K. Ishisaka, Y. Ashihara, T. Miyake, T. Okada, Toyama Prefectural University,
      Japan; T. Ono, Tohoku University, Japan; T. Abe, Institute of Space and                   HP-02.7 MULTI-SCALES PLASMA INSTABILITIES INSIDE MAIN
      Astronautical Science, Japan; S. Watanabe, Hokkaido University, Japan                           IONOSPHERIC TROUGH
                                                                                                      H. Rothkaehl1, P. Koperski2, A. Krankowski3, A. Kulak2, M. Parrot4, J.-J. Berthelier5,
HP1.3 STUDY OF THE X-RAY FLARE INDUCED LOWER IONOSPHERE                                               J.-P. Lebreton6
                                                                                                      1
      CHANGES BY SIMULTANEOUS MONITORING OF TWO VLF SIGNALS:                                            Space Research Center Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland; 2Jagiellonial
      GQD AND NAA                                                                                     University, Poland; 3University of Warmia and Mazury, Poland; 4LPCE/CNRS,
      A. B. Kolarski, Institute for Geophysics, Yugoslavia; D. P. Grubor, University of               France; 5CETP/ Observatoire de Saint-Maur, France; 6RSSD/ESTEC/ESA, The
      Belgrade, Faculty of Mining and Geology, Yugoslavia                                             Netherlands
HP1.4 DEDUCING IONOSPHERIC CONDUCTIVITY FROM THE PROPERTIES                                     HP-02.8 RADIO WAVES DIAGNOSTICS OF NEAR EARTH ENVIRONMENT
      OF THE SLOW-TAILS OF SFERICS                                                                    STATE OF ART AND PERSPECTIVES
      C. Le Cocq, A. Fraser-Smith, Stanford University, United States                                 H. Rothkaehl, Space Research Center Polish Academy of Sciences,
                                                                                                      Poland; B. Thide, J. Bergman, Swedish Institute of Space Physics, Sweden

Tuesday, August 12                    15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall        HP-02.9 AKR BEAMING SEEN FROM THE INTERBALL-2 SPACECRAFT
Session HP-01                                                           Poster Session                R. Schreiber1, M. Panchenko2, J. Hanasz1, R. Mutel3, I. Christopher3
                                                                                                      1
                                                                                                        Space Research Centre, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland; 2Space Research
                                                                                                      Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria; 3Dept. Physics and Astronomy,
Dynamics of the Plasmasphere Using Wave Techniques (P)
                                                                                                      University of Iowa, USA
Session Chairs: Brian Fraser, Harri Laakso                                                      HP-02.10 WAVE GROWTH ANALYSIS OF KRONIAN NARROWBAND RADIO
HP-01.1 OBTAINING PLASMASPHERIC ELECTRON DENSITY PROFILES: A                                          EMISSIONS
      NEW WHISTLER INVERSION MODEL                                                                    S. Ye, J. D. Menietti, D. A. Gurnett, W. S. Kurth, Z. Wang, G. B. Hospodarsky,
      J. Lichtenberger, C. Ferencz, O. E. Ferencz, D. Hamar, Eotvos University,                       University of Iowa, United States; A. Rymer, Applied Physics Laboratory, United
      Hungary; P. Steinbach, MTA-ELTE, Hungary; C. Rodger, University of Otago, New                   States; A. Coates, University College, United Kingdom; D. T. Young, Southwest
      Zealand                                                                                         Research Institute, United States

HP-01.2 POLAR IONOSPHERIC PENETRATION CHARACTERISTICS OF                                        HP-02.11 PARAMETRIC STUDY OF PROPERTIES OF WAVE PACKETS OF
      DOWN-GOING WHISTLER MODE WAVES BY MULTIPOINT GROUND-                                            WHISTLER MODE CHORUS
      BASED AND SATELLITE OBSERVATIONS                                                                E. Macusova, Charles University/ Institut of Atmospherics Physics ASCR, Czech
      M. Ozaki, S. Yagitani, I. Nagano, Y. Hata, Kanazawa University,                                 Republic; O. Santolik, Institut of Atmospherics Physics ASCR/Charles University/
      Japan; H. Yamagishi, N. Sato, A. Kadokura, National Institute of Polar Research,                Institut of Atmospherics Physics ASCR, Czech Republic; P. Decreau, LPCE/CNRS,
      Japan                                                                                           France; D. A. Gurnett, J. S. Pickett, University of Iowa, USA; D. Nunn, ECS,
                                                                                                      Southampton University, UK; E. E. Titova, Polar Geophysical Institute,
HP-01.3 CHANGES OF PLUME CHARACTERISTICS DURING SUBSTORMS                                             Russia; A. G. Demekhov, Institute of Applied Physics, Russia
      H. Laakso, A. Asnes, C. P. Escoubet, A. Masson, M. Taylor, ESA, Netherlands
                                                                                                HP-02.12 THE MODEL FOR EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT OF ELECTRIC FIELD
HP-01.4 A CLUSTER LOOK AT PLASMASPHERIC NOTCHES                                                       SENSOR ONBOARD SATELLITE IN SPACE PLASMA
      A. Masson, M. G. G. T. Taylor, H. Laakso, P. Escoubet, European Space Agency,                   R. Higashi, M. Kamei, Ishikawa National College of Technology, Japan; T. Imachi,
      Netherlands                                                                                     S. Yagitani, Kanazawa University, Japan

HP-01.5 EFFECT OF KAPPA-LOSS CONE DISTRIBUTION ON THE                                           HP-02.13 ESTIMATION OF THE ANTENNA IMPEDANCE OF THE SENSORS
      EXCITATION OF LOW FREQUENCY WAVES IN THE RING CURRENT                                           ABOARD SCIENTIFIC SPACECRAFT
      REGION                                                                                          T. Imachi, S. Yagitani, O. Nagai, Kanzawa University, Japan; R. Higashi,
      A. P. Kakad, S. V. Singh, G. S. Lakhina, Indian Institute Of Geomagentism, India                Kanazawa Technical College, Japan; I. Nagano, Kanazawa University,
                                                                                                      Japan; H. Matsumoto, Kyoto University, Japan



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HP-02.14 WAVES AND PLASMA OBSERVED IN THE EARTHS                                                HP-HG1.3     VLF CHORUS AND HISS CHARACTERISTICS AS OBSERVED AT
      PLASMASPHERE BY THE MIP MUTUAL IMPEDANCE PROBE                                                 L=2.4 AND THEIR RELATION TO THE PLASMAPAUSE
      ONBOARD ROSETTA                                                                                D. I. Golden, M. Spasojevic, U. S. Inan, D. L. Carpenter, Stanford University, United
      J. G. Trotignon, X. Vallieres, D. Lagoutte, Laboratoire de Physique et Chimie de               States
      l'Environnement, France; J. P. Lebreton, ESA/ESTEC, The Netherlands
                                                                                                HP-HG1.4     PARADIGMS OF PITCH ANGLE DIFFUSION IN THE RADIATION
HP-02.15 LARGE-AMPLITUDE COHERENT WAVES AND STRUCTURES ON                                            BELTS
      MARS                                                                                           J. M. Albert, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States
      E. M. Dubinin1, C. Mazelle2, M. Fraenz1, J. Woch1, R. Lundin3, S. Barabash3
      1
        Max-Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany;             HP-HG1.5     WHISTLER WAVE MITIGATION OF ENERGETIC ELECTRONS
      2
        CNRS/UPS, France; 3Swedish Institute of Space Physics, Sweden                                IN THE MAGNETOSPHERE
                                                                                                     S. P. Kuo, Polytechnic University, United States; S. S. Kuo, J. T. Huynh, Northrop
HP-02.16 ELECTROSTATIC SOLITARY WAVES WITH OBLIQUE POTENTIAL                                         Grumman Corporation, United States
      STRUCTURES IN THE UPSTREAM REGION OF EARTH'S BOW SHOCK
      K. Shin, H. Kojima, Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto                HP-HG1.6     INTENSITY AND WAVE-NORMAL MAPS OF PLASMASPHERIC
      University, Japan; H. Matsumoto, Kyoto University, Japan; T. Mukai, Institute of               HISS USING LONG-TERM OBSERVATION DATA FROM THE AKEBONO
      Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan                     Y. Goto1, S. F. Fung2, Y. Kasahara1
                                                                                                     1
                                                                                                       Kanazawa University, Japan; 2NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA
HP-02.17 ON THE ELECTRON WHISTLER DISPERSION LAW IN TOTAL
      CONTINUOUS FREQUENCY DOMAIN ABOVE THE ION CUT-OFF                                         HP-HG1.7    THERMAL CORRECTIONS TO THE REFRACTIVE INDEX
      FREQUENCY IN A MULTI-ION DUSTY PLASMA                                                          SURFACE FOR WHISTLER-MODE WAVES
      B. Lundin, IZMIRAN, Russian Federation; C. Krafft, Ecole Polytechnique, France                 P. Kulkarni, U. Inan, T. Bell, Stanford University, United States

                                                                                                HP-HG1.8      DEMETER OBSERVATIONS OF A COLUMN OF INTENSE UP-
Tuesday, August 12                    15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall             GOING ELF/VLF RADIATION EXCITED BY THE HAARP HF HEATER
                                                                                                     D. Piddyachiy1, U. S. Inan1, T. F. Bell1, M. Parrot2, N. G. Lehtinen1
Session HP-03                                                           Poster Session               1
                                                                                                       Stanford University, United States; 2CNRS, France

Open Session and Latest Results (P)                                                             HP-HG1.9     POST-NOON ENERGETIC PROTON PRECIPITATION AND PC-1
                                                                                                     WAVE ACTIVITY ON 27 JANUARY 2003
Session Chair: Y. Omura                                                                              E. A. Bering1, M. Engebretson2, J. L. Posch2, R. H. Holzworth3, A. Kadokura4,
                                                                                                     M. Kokorowski3, B. Reddell1, H. Yamagishi4
HP-03.1 SATELLITE AND GROUND BASED OBSERVATIONS OF A LARGE-                                          1
                                                                                                       University of Houston and Ad Astra Rocket Company, United States; 2Augsburg
      SCALE ELECTRON PRECIPITATION EVENT - PRELIMINARY RESULTS                                       College, United States; 3University of Washington, United States; 4National Institute
      R. J. Gamble1, C. J. Rodger1, M. A. Clilverd2, N. R. Thomson1, M. Parrot3, J.-                 of Polar Research, Japan
      A. Sauvaud4, J.-J. Berthelier5
      1
        University of Otago, New Zealand; 2British Antarctic Survey (NERC), United              HP-HG1.10 GENERATION OF LOWER HYBRID TURBULENCE IN THE
      Kingdom; 3Laborooire de Physique et Chimie de l'Environnement, France; 4Centre                 IONOSPHERE AND ITS EVOLUTION IN THE MAGNETOSPHERE
      d'Etudes Spatiale des Rayonnements, France; 5Centre d'Etudes des Environnements                M. Mithaiwala1, L. Rudakov2, G. Ganguli1
                                                                                                     1
      Terrestre et Planetaires, France                                                                 Naval Research Lab, USA; 2Icarus Research Inc., USA

HP-03.2 PLASMA SPECTROSCOPY USING A WIDEBAND IMPEDANCE                                          HP-HG1.11 IONOSPHERIC EFFECTS CAUSED BY 40.75 KHZ WHISTLER-
      PROBE                                                                                          MODE WAVES OVER ARECIBO
      D. E. Rowland, R. F. Pfaff, R. F. Benson, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center,                    R. Pradipta1, A. Labno1, J. A. Cohen1, L. M. Burton1, M.-C. Lee1,2, W. J. Burton3,
      United States; V. A. Osherovich, Catholic University of America, United States                 M. P. Sulzer4, S. P. Kuo5
                                                                                                     1
                                                                                                       Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States; 2Boston University, United
HP-03.3 MEASUREMENT OF LF/MF BAND RADIO WAVES IN THE                                                 States; 3Air Force Research Lab, United States; 4Arecibo Observatory, United States;
      IONOSPHERE BY S-310-38 SOUNDING ROCKET EXPERIMENTS                                             5
                                                                                                       Polytechnic University, United States
      K. Ishisaka, T. Miyake, T. Okada, Toyama Prefectural University, Japan; T. Abe,
      Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan
                                                                                                Tuesday, August 12                     15:40-18:00                 R. C. Exhibition Hall
HP-03.4 INITIAL ELF/VLF OBSERVATIONS FROM LOW LATITUDE SITES
      SETUP AT ALLAHABAD (GEOMAG. LAT.= 16.04 N), NAINITAL                                      Session HP-HG2                                                           Poster Session
      (GEOMAG. LAT.= 20.29 N) AND VARANASI (GEOMAG. LAT.= 14.91 N) IN
      INDIA UNDER IHY/UNBSSI PROGRAM                                                            Dusty Plasmas (P)
      R. Singh, B. Veenadhari, Indian Institute of Geomagnetism, India; P. Pant,
      Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences (ARIES),                          Session Chairs: Paul Bernhardt, M. Rosenberg
      India; A. K. Singh, Baranas Hindi University, India
                                                                                                HP-HG2.1    SINGLE PARTICLE CHARGING MODELS COMPARISON:
HP-03.5 EXCITATION OF WHISTLER WAVES GUIDED BY AXIALLY                                               DISCRETE AND CONTINUOUS METHODS
      MAGNETIZED CYLINDRICAL PLASMA STRUCTURES IN THE                                                C. Chen, W. Scales, Virginia Tech, United States
      PRESENCE OF COLLISIONAL LOSSES
                                                                                                HP-HG2.2     STUDY ON REFLECTION OF DUST PLASMA IN POLAR
      V. A. Es'kin, A. V. Kudrin, University of Nizhny Novgorod, Russian
                                                                                                     MESOSPHERE TO ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE
      Federation; T. M. Zaboronkova, Technical University of Nizhny Novgorod, Russian
                                                                                                     H. Li, Z. Wu, Z. Xing, Xidian University, China; J. Wu, China Research Institute of
      Federation
                                                                                                     Radiowave Propagation, China
HP-03.6 INITIAL REPORT OF RADIO WAVE OBSERVATION BY THE LUNAR
                                                                                                HP-HG2.3    SBS OF AN ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE IN MAGNETIZED
      RADAR SOUNDER (LRS) ONBOARD THE KAGUYA SPACECRAFT
                                                                                                     PLASMA WITH DUST PARTICLES OF VARIABLE CHARGE
      A. Kumamoto, T. Ono, H. Nakagawa, Tohoku University, Japan; Y. Kasahara,
                                                                                                     M. Bose, S. Bal, Jadavpur University, India
      Kanazawa University, Japan
                                                                                                HP-HG2.4     OBSERVATION OF DUST GRAIN GYROMOTION IN A
                                                                                                     MAGNETIZED DC GLOW DISCHARGE PLASMA*
Tuesday, August 12                    15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall             B. Amatucci1, C. Compton2, G. Gatling1
                                                                                                     1
Session HP-HG1                                                          Poster Session                 Naval Research Laboratory, United States; 2SFA Incorporated, United States

Wave-particle Interactions and Radiation Belt Remediation (P)
                                                                                                Tuesday, August 12                     15:40-18:00                 R. C. Exhibition Hall
Session Chair: Jay Albert                                                                       Session JP01                                                             Poster Session
HP-HG1.1       GROUND-BASED VLF TRANSMITTER SIGNALS OBSERVED
     FROM SPACE: DUCTED OR NONDUCTED?                                                           Posters: Future Large Telescopes
     M. A. Clilverd1, C. J. Rodger2, R. J. Gamble2, N. P. Meredith1, M. Parrot3, J.-
                                                                                                Session Chair: Subramaniam Ananthakrishnan
     J. Berthelier4, N. R. Thomson2
     1
       British Antarctic Survey, United Kingdom; 2University of Otago, New Zealand;             JP01.1      ASKAP - THE AUSTRALIAN SQUARE KILOMETRE ARRAY
     3
       Laboratoire de Physique et Chimie de l'Environnement, France; 4Centre d'Etudes                    PATHFINDER
     des Environnements Terrestre et Plantaires, France                                                  C. A. Jackson, D. DeBoer, M. J. Kesteven, CSIRO Australia Telescope National
                                                                                                         Facility, Australia
HP-HG1.2     INFLUENCE OF CHARGE DYNAMICS ON THE INTERNAL FIELD
     AND CURRENT DISTRIBUTION IN A CONDUCTIVE PARTICLE                                          JP01.2     THE AUSCOPE ARRAY - EXPANDING VLBI IN THE SOUTHERN
     T. T. Y. Wong, M. Yan, Illinois Institute of Technology, United States                              HEMISPHERE

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         J. M. Dickey, J. E. J. Lovell, University of Tasmania, Australia                            JP02.2       NEW RADIO ASTRONOMY WITH FOCAL-PLANE ARRAYS
                                                                                                              T. A. Oosterloo, Astron, Netherlands
JP01.3      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ULTRA WIDE BAND QSC FEED FOR
         THE SKA                                                                                     JP02.3       APERTURE ARRAY SIMULATIONS, MODEL RADIO SOURCES, AND
         G. Cortes-Medellin, NAIC/Cornell University, United States                                           PROCESSOR BENCHMARKING
                                                                                                              S. G. A. Sundaram, Joint Institute for VLBI in Europe - JIVE, Netherlands
JP01.4       SCALABLE, PACKETIZED CORRELATORS FOR LARGE N
         TELESCOPE ARRAYS                                                                            JP02.4       MINIMUM RECEIVER NOISE IN PHASED ARRAY FEEDS AND
         J. R. Manley1, D. Backer1, A. Parsons1, L. Urry1, D. Werthimer1, H. Chen1,                           APERTURE ARRAYS
         D. McMahon1, T. Filiba1, P. McMahon1, A. Langman2, M. Wright1                                        J. D. Bregman, E. E. M. Woestenburg, J. G. bij de Vaate, ASTRON, Netherlands
         1
           University of California at Berkeley, United States; 2Karoo Array Telescope, South
         Africa                                                                                      JP02.5       STATUS OF THE PHASED-ARRAY FEED DEMONSTRATOR AT
                                                                                                              DRAO
JP01.5      AN OPTIMIZATION ON THE SHAPE OF PANELS OF THE FAST                                                B. Veidt1, T. Burgess1, P. Dewdney1,2, S. Dougherty1, A. Gray1, G. Hovey1,
         TELESCOPE                                                                                            R. Messing1, R. Smegal1
         H. Gan, National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China                      1
                                                                                                                National Research Council of Canada, Canada; 2University of Manchester, UK

JP01.6       THE FLY'S EYE: INSTRUMENTATION FOR DETECTION OF                                         JP02.6       A GENERAL-PURPOSE SPECTROMETER FOR A FEEDHORN ARRAY
         MILLISECOND RADIO PULSES                                                                             RECEIVER
         A. P. V. Siemion1,1, P. L. McMahon1,2,3, G. C. Bower1, G. S. Foster1,1,                              J. Ford, J. Ray, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, United States
         J. van Leeuwen1,1, M. I. Wagner1,1, D. Werthimer1,1
         1
           University of California, Berkeley, United States; 2Department of Electrical              JP02.7      AN ANALYSIS OF POSSIBLE SQUARE KILOMETER ARRAY
         Engineering, South Africa; 3Karoo Array Telescope, South Africa                                      IMAGING ERRORS
                                                                                                              A. G. Willis, National Research Council of Canada, Canada
JP01.7      DEVELOPMENTS OF THE ALLEN TELESCOPE ARRAY
         BEAMFORMER
         W. C. Barott, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, United States; O. Milgrome,             Tuesday, August 12                      15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall
         M. Wright, G. Keating, L. Urry, V. Nagpal, D. MacMahon, M. Dexter,                          Session JP03                                                                Poster Session
         D. Werthimer, University of California, Berkeley, United States

JP01.8       ULTRA WIDE BAND LOW NOISE AMPLIFIER FOR LOW                                             Posters: Mm and Sub-mm Radio Astronomy
         FREQUENCY APPLICATIONS IN RADIO ASTRONOMY
                                                                                                     Session Chair: Subramaniam Ananthakrishnan
         A. Raghunathan1, P. Raj kumar2, N. Udaya shankar3, K. J. Vinoy2
         1
           Raman Research Institute, India; 2Indian Institute of Science, India; 3Raman              JP03.1       16 PIXELS HETERODYNE ARRAY OPERATING AT 2.5 TERAHERTZ
         Researach Institute, India                                                                           J.-M. Krieg1, S. Cherednichenko2, V. Drakinskiy2, B. Lecomte1, F. Dauplay1,
                                                                                                              Y. Delorme1, A. Feret1, H.-W. Huebers3, A. D. Semenov3, G. N. Gol'tsman4
JP01.9       FIELD DEPLOYMENT OF 32 TILES OF THE MURCHISON                                                    1
                                                                                                                Observatoire de Paris / LERMA, France; 2Chalmers University of Technology,
         WIDEFIELD ARRAY
                                                                                                              Sweden; 3German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany; 4State Pedagogical
         C. L. Williams, MIT, United States
                                                                                                              University of Moscow, Russia
JP01.10 DESIGN OF DIFFERENTIAL LOW NOISE AMPLIFIERS FOR UWB
                                                                                                     JP03.2       TEMPERATURE REGULATED 22 GHZ WATER VAPOR
      ANTENNAS IN THE LOW BAND OF THE SKA PROJECT
                                                                                                              RADIOMETERS FOR CARMA
      O. A. Garcia-Perez1,2, V. Gonzalez-Posadas3, J. L. Jimenez-Martin3, J. M. Serna-
                                                                                                              Y.-S. Shiao, L. W. Looney, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United
      Puente2, E. Garcia-Munoz1, D. Segovia Vargas1
      1                                                                                                       States
        Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain; 2Observatorio Astronomico Nacional,
      Spain; 3Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain                                               JP03.3       PHOTONIC MILLIMETER-WAVE GENERATION AND
                                                                                                              TRANSMISSION SYSTEM APPLICABLE TO THE ALMA RADIO
JP01.11 PRECISION INTERSTELLAR INTERFEROMETRY: TOWARDS
                                                                                                              TELESCOPES
      FUTURE TELESCOPES
                                                                                                              H. Kiuchi1, T. Kawanishi2, M. Yamada1, T. Sakamoto2, M. Tsuchiya2, J. Amagai2,
      R. M. Shannon, J. M. Cordes, Cornell University, United States
                                                                                                              M. Izutsu2
                                                                                                              1
JP01.12 ARCHITECTURE, CALIBRATION, AND EARLY RESULTS FOR                                                        National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan; 2National institute of
      PAPER                                                                                                   information and communications technology, Japan
      A. Parsons1, D. Backer1, J. Manley1,2, R. Bradley3,4, C. Parashare3, E. Mastrantonio4,
                                                                                                     JP03.4       DETECTING FLARING STRUCTURES IN SAGITTARIUS A* WITH
      C. Carilli4, A. Datta4, J. Aguirre5, M. Lynch6, D. Herne6, T. Colgate6
      1                                                                                                       (SUB)MILLIMETER VLBI
        University of California, Berkeley, United States; 2Karoo Array Telescope, South
                                                                                                              V. L. Fish1, S. S. Doeleman1, A. E. Broderick2, A. Loeb3, A. E. E. Rogers1
      Africa; 3University of Virginia, United States; 4National Radio Astronomy                               1
                                                                                                                Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States; 2University of Toronto,
      Observatory, United States; 5University of Pennsylvania, United States; 6Curtin
                                                                                                              Canada; 3Harvard University, United States
      University, Australia
                                                                                                     JP03.5      A DESIGN FOR THE CCAT ACTIVE SURFACE
JP01.13 THE ALLEN TELESCOPE ARRAY AS SQUARE KILOMETER ARRAY
                                                                                                              D. P. Woody, Caltech, United States; D. MacDonald, Jet Propulsion Laboratory,
      PATHFINDER
                                                                                                              United States
      G. C. Bower, UC Berkeley, United States
                                                                                                     JP03.6       SILICON GERMANIUM (SIGE) LOW NOISE AMPLIFIERS FOR
JP01.14 HIGH PERFORMANCE DIGITAL INSTRUMENTATION FOR LARGE
                                                                                                              RADIO ASTRONOMY
      TELESCOPE ARRAYS
                                                                                                              J. C. Bardin, S. Weinreb, H. Mani, California Institute of Technology, United States
      D. Werthimer1,1, D. Backer1,1, H. Chen1,1, T. Filiba1, G. Foster1, D. MacMahon1,
      J. Manley1,2,3, P. McMahon1,2,3, A. Parsons1,1,1, A. Siemion1,1, M. Wagner1,                   JP03.7       SURVEY OF GIANT MOLECULAR CLOUDS IN M33 WITH NRO45-M
      M. Wright1,1                                                                                            TELESCOPE AND ASTE
      1
        University of California, Berkeley, USA; 2University of Capetown, South Africa;                       N. Kuno1, T. Tosaki1, T. Sawada1, S. Komugi2, S. Onodera2, K. Nakanishi1,
      3
        Karoo Array Telescope, South Africa                                                                   A. Hirota2, H. Kaneko3, Y. Tamura2, K. Sorai4, K. Kohno2, R. Kawabe1
                                                                                                              1
                                                                                                                Nobeyama Radio Observatory, Japan; 2University of Tokyo, Japan; 3Ibaraki
JP01.15 DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF A 12M PRELOADED PARABOLIC
                                                                                                              university, Japan; 4Hokkaido university, Japan
      DISH ANTENNA
      N. Udaya shankar, R. Duraichelvan, C. M. Ateequlla, M. Modgekar, Raman                         JP03.8      THE RECENT RESULTS AND PROGRESS OF VERA
      Research Institute, India; G. Swarup, National Centre for Radio Astrophysics,Tata                       H. Kobayashi, K. Noriyuku, K. Shibata, M. Honma, S. Manabe, Y. Tamura,
      Institute of Fundamental Research, India                                                                O. Kameya, T. Hirota, T. Jike, National AStrnomical Observatory of Japan,
                                                                                                              Japan; H. Imai, T. Omodaka, Kagoshima University, Japan
Tuesday, August 12                       15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall         JP03.9       THE SUNYAEV-ZELDOVICH ARRAY
Session JP02                                                                 Poster Session                   D. P. Marrone, J. E. Carlstrom, T. L. Culverhouse, C. H. Greer, R. M. Hennessy,
                                                                                                              E. M. Leitch, M. Loh, C. L. Pryke, M. K. Sharp, University of Chicago, United
Posters: Aperture and Focal Plane Arrays in Radio Astronomy                                                   States; A. D. Miller, T. Mroczkowski, S. Muchovej, Columbia University, United
                                                                                                              States; D. Hawkins, J. W. Lamb, D. P. Woody, Owens Vallew Radio Observatory,
Session Chair: Subramaniam Ananthakrishnan                                                                    Caltech, United States; M. Bonamente, University of Alabama, United
                                                                                                              States; M. Joy, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, United States
JP02.1      SIGNAL TO NOISE RATIO ESTIMATES FOR APERTURE PLANE
         ARRAYS OF ACTIVE ELEMENTS                                                                   JP03.10 WIDE FIELD IMAGING WITH THE ACA AND THE 12 M ARRAY OF
         A. E. E. Rogers, MIT Haystack Observatory, United States                                          ALMA



                                                                                                21
         K.-I. Morita, B. Vila Vilaro, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan,                        1
                                                                                                           Indian Institute of Astrophysics, India; 2National Centre for Radio Astrophysics,
         Japan; S. Takakuwa, Academia Sinica, Taiwan; D. Iono, University of Tokyo,                       Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India; 3Astrophysics Research Institute,
         Japan                                                                                            Liverpool John Moores University, UK; 4Centre for Astrophysics, University of
                                                                                                          Central Lancashire, UK; 5School of Physics and Astronomy, Jodrell Bank
JP03.11 CRYOSTAT CAVITY NOISE AND THE IMPACT ON SPECTRAL                                                  Observatory, UK; 6National Radio Astronomy Observatory, USA
      BASELINES
      R. D. Norrod, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, United States                            JPS1.11 REVIEW OF SCIENCE RESULTS FROM THE GMRT : PULSARS
                                                                                                         Y. Gupta, National Centre for Radio Astrophysics, India
JP03.12 THE EUROPEAN ALMA PROJECT NEW DESIGN, TECHNOLOGIES,
      INSTRUMENTS AND MANUFACTURING PROCESSES FOR                                                  JPS1.12 FIRST ESTIMATES OF CORONAL ELECTRON DENSITY FROM
      INNOVATIVE PERFORMANCES                                                                            ACCURATE TRACKING OF CHANGES IN PULSAR DISPERSION
      F. Rampini, G. Marchiori, European Industrial Engineering, Italy; P. Lapeyre,                      MEASURE
      M. Apers, Thales Alenia Space France, France; M. Suita, Thales Alenia Space Italy,                 D. Oberoi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States; A. L. Ahuja,
      Italy; P. Emde, MT Mechatronic, Germany; S. Stanghellini, ESO, Germany                             TRDDC-Tata Consultancy Services, India; Y. Gupta, Tata Institute for Fundamental
                                                                                                         Research, India
JP03.13 THE EUROPEAN ALMA ANTENNAS: EXTENDED UTILIZATION OF
      COMPOSITE MATERIALS ON THE ELEVATION AXIS FROM THE                                           JPS1.13 A 610 MHZ PULSAR SEARCH OF THE GALACTIC PLANE WITH THE
      MANUFACTURING TO THE ON SITE ALIGNMENT                                                             GMRT
      F. Rampini, G. Marchiori, European Industrial Engineering, Italy; M. Apers,                        M. A. McLaughlin1, B. C. Joshi2, D. A. Ludovici1, A. G. Lyne3, M. Kramer3
      P. Lapeyre, Thales Alenia Space France, France; C. Gennaro, Thales Alenia Space                    1
                                                                                                           West Virginia University, United States; 2Tata Institute for Fundamental Resesarch,
      Italy, Italy; P. Emde, MT Mechatronic, Germany; S. Stanghellini, ESO, Germany                      India; 3University of Manchester, UK

JP03.14 ATMOSPHERIC PHASE CORRECTION FOR ALMA USING 183 GHZ                                        JPS1.14 EXTRAGALACTIC SOURCES: AN OVERVIEW OF GMRT RESULTS
      WATER VAPOUR RADIOMETERS                                                                           G. Krishna, D. J. Saikia, National Centre for Radio Astrophysics, TIFR, India
      ALMA WVR collaboration, ,
                                                                                                   JPS1.15 EVIDENCES OF FEEDBACK PROCESSES IN THE SUPERWIND
JP03.15 AZTEC ON ASTE SURVEY OF SUBMILLIMETER GALAXIES                                                   GALAXY NGC1482?
      K. Kohno1, Y. Tamura2, B. Hatsukade1, K. Nakanishi2, H. Ezawa2, R. Kawabe2,                        A. Hota1, D. J. Saikia2, C. J. Jog3, H.-T. Lee1, S. Molnar1
      T. Oshima2, D. Iono1, K. Tanaka1, H. Matsuo2, N. Yamaguchi2, G. Wilson3,                           1
                                                                                                           Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Academia Sinica, Taiwan; 2National
      M. S. Yun3, T. A. Perera3, J. Austermann3, K. Scott3, D. Hughes4, I. Aretxaga4                     Centre for Radio Astrophysics-TIFR, India; 3Institute of Science, India
      1
        University of Tokyo, Japan; 2National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan;
      3
        University of Massachusetts, USA; 4Instituto Nacional de Astrofisica, Optica y             JPS1.16 LOW RADIO FREQUENCY SIGNATURES OF INTERACTIONS IN
      Electronica, Mexico                                                                                GALAXIES
                                                                                                         N. G. Kantharia1, S. Ananthakrishnan2, R. Nityananda1, A. Hota3, A. P. Rao1,
                                                                                                         S. K. Sirothia1
                                                                                                         1
Tuesday, August 12                      15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall                 National Centre for Radio Astrophysics, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research,
                                                                                                         India; 2Pune University, India; 3ASIAA, Taiwan
Session JPS1                                                              Poster Session
                                                                                                   JPS1.17 SEARCH FOR ULTRA STEEP SPECTRUM SOURCES USING GMRT
The GMRT: Current Status, Upgrade Plans, Some Interesting                                                150 MHZ BAND
Science Results                                                                                          C. H. Ishwara-Chandra, S. K. Sirothia, R. Marathe, National Center for Radio
                                                                                                         Astrophysics, India
Session Chair: Subramaniam Ananthakrishnan
                                                                                                   JPS1.18 FR II RADIO SOURCES AS A PROBE TO UNDERSTAND THE
JPS1.1      CURRENT STATUS OF THE GMRT : RECEIVER SYSTEMS                                                NATURE OF X-SHAPED SOURCES
         A. Praveen Kumar, B. Ajith Kumar, G. Sankarsubramanian, S. Suresh Kumar,                        D. V. Lal, Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy, Germany; M. J. Hardcastle,
         R. V. Swami, Y. Gupta, National Centre for Radio Astrophysics, India                            University of Hertfordshire, UK; R. P. Kraft, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for
                                                                                                         Astrophysics, USA; A. P. Rao, National Centre for Radio Astrophysics, India
JPS1.2       CURRENT STATUS OF THE GMRT : CONTROLS, OPERATIONS AND
         ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SYSTEMS                                                                JPS1.19 THE GMRT RADIO HALO SURVEY
         R. Balasubramaniam, N. V. Nagarathnam, S. Sabhapathy, H. S. Kale, S. Nayak,                     T. Venturi1, R. Cassano1, S. Giacintucci1, G. Brunetti1, D. Dallacasa2, S. Bardelli1,
         S. K. Bagade, J. N. Chengalur, National Centre for Radio Astrophysics, India                    G. Setti2
                                                                                                         1
                                                                                                           INAF, Italy; 2University of Bologna, Italy
JPS1.3       A LOW FREQUENCY FEED FOR GMRT
         S. Amiri, N. Udaya shankar, K. S. Dwarakanath, R. Somashekar, Raman Research              JPS1.20 RADIO OBSERVATIONS OF AGN IN LOW SURFACE BRIGHTNESS
         Institute, India                                                                                GALAXIES
                                                                                                         M. Das, Raman Research Institute, India; N. G. Kantharia, National Center for
JPS1.4       AN RFI INVESTIGATION AT GMRT FOR LOW-FREQUENCY                                              Radio Astrophysics, India; S. N. Vogel, S. S. McGaugh, University of Maryland,
         RECEIVER DESIGN                                                                                 USA
         B. S. Girish, R. Somashekar, S. Amiri, N. Udaya shankar, Raman Research Institute,
         India                                                                                     JPS1.21 A GIANT RADIO JET OF VERY UNUSUAL POLARIZATION IN A
                                                                                                         SINGLE-LOBED RADIO GALAXY
JPS1.5      UPGRADING THE GMRT : PLANS AND CURRENT STATUS                                                J. Bagchi, Inter University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA),
         Y. Gupta, J. N. Chengalur, A. Praveen Kumar, R. Balasubramanian, S. Sabhapathy,                 India; G. Krishna, National Centre for Radio Astrophysics (NCRA),
         B. Ajith Kumar, S. Suresh Kumar, S. K. Bagade, A. Raut, R. V. Swami, H. S. Kale,                India; M. Krause, Max-Planck-Institut fur Radioastronomie (MPIfR),
         N. V. Nagarathnam, National Centre for Radio Astrophysics, India                                Germany; S. Joshi, Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences, India
JPS1.6       GMRT STUDIES OF OUR GALAXY                                                            JPS1.22 SCIENCE RESULTS FROM THE GMRT: EXTRAGALACTIC
         P. A. Rao, S. Roy, National Centre for Radio Astrophysics, TIFR, India                          SPECTRAL LINE STUDIES
JPS1.7       NEW RESULTS ON EMISSION FROM THE TRANSIENT BURSTING                                         J. N. Chengalur, National Centre for Radio Astrophysics, India; N. Kanekar,
         SOURCE GCRT J1745-3009                                                                          National Radio Astronomy Observatory, United States
         S. Roy1, S. D. Hyman2, S. Pal1, J. W. Lazio3, P. S. Ray3, N. E. Kassim3,                  JPS1.23 HYDROGEN 21-CM EMISSION FROM GALAXIES AT REDSHIFTS
         S. Bhatnagar4                                                                                   0.24 AND 0.37
         1
           NCRA-TIFR, India; 2Sweet Briar College, USA; 3Naval Research Laboratory, USA;                 P. Lah1, J. N. Chengalur2, M. B. Pracy1, F. H. Briggs1, M. Colless3, R. De Propris4
         4
           National Radio Astronomy Observatory, USA                                                     1
                                                                                                           Australian National University, Australia; 2Tata Institute of Fundamental Research,
JPS1.8       RADIO AND INFRARED STUDY OF GALACTIC STAR FORMING                                           India; 3Anglo-Australian Observatory, Australia; 4Cerro Tololo Inter-American
         REGIONS                                                                                         Observatory, Chile
         S. K. Ghosh, D. K. Ojha, R. P. Verma, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research,             JPS1.24 FIVE YEARS OF DUAL-FREQUENCY MONITORING OF GRB030329
         India; V. K. Kulkarni, NCRA, India; S. Vig, Arcetri Observatory,                                AFTERGLOW WITH THE GMRT
         Italy; A. K. Pandey, M. R. Samal, ARIES, India; A. Tej, IIIST, India                            D. Bhattacharya, Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics,
JPS1.9      MAPING OF CIRCUMSTELLAR HI AROUND THE CARBON STAR                                            India; A. P. Kamble, Sterrenkundig Instituut, Netherlands; L. Resmi, GRECO,
         YCVN USING THE GMRT                                                                             Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris, France; C. H. Ishwara Chandra, A. P. Rao,
         K. Rao, R. Mohan, D. L. Lambert, Indian Institute of Astrophysics, India                        National Centre for Radio Astrophysics - TIFR, India

JPS1.10 OBSERVATIONS OF NOVAE WITH THE GMRT                                                        JPS1.25 DISCOVERY OF A NEW LOW-FREQUENCY RADIO TRANSIENT
      G. C. Anupama1, N. G. Kantharia2, T. P. Prabhu1, S. Ramya1, P. Subramanian1,                       TOWARD THE GALACTIC CENTER
      M. F. Bode3, S. P. S. Eyres4, T. J. O'Brien5, S. Bhatnagar6                                        S. D. Hyman, Sweet Briar College, United States; S. Pal, S. Roy, National Centre
                                                                                                         for Radio Astrophysics, India; R. Wijnands, University of Amsterdam, The


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       Netherlands; T. J. W. Lazio, N. E. Kassim, P. S. Ray, Naval Research Laboratory,          KP1.15 RECONSTRUCTION OF EARLY STAGE BREAST TUMOUR USING
       United States                                                                                   AN IMPEDANCE TOMOGRAPHY SYSTEM AND A LEVEL SET
                                                                                                       RECONSTRUCTION ALGORITHM
JPS1.26 GMRT SEARCH FOR RADIO COUNTERPARTS OF UNIDENTIFIED                                             M. Soleimani, C. Mitchell, J. Tong, University of Bath, United
      GAMMA-RAY SOURCE TEV J2032+4130                                                                  Kingdom; H. Dehghani, University of Exeter, United Kingdom; O. Dorn,
      C. H. Ishwara-Chandra, National Center for Radio Astrophysics,                                   Universidad Carlos III, Spain
      India; J. M. Paredes, Department d'Astronomia i Meteorologia,, Spain; J. M. Marti,
      Departamento de Fisica (EPS), Spain; V. Bosch-Roman, Max Planck Institut fur               KP1.16 FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR NON-CONTACT HEARTBEAT
      Kernphysik, Germany                                                                              DETECTION AT 2.4 GHZ AND 60 GHZ
                                                                                                       D. Obeid1, S. Sadek2, G. Zaharia1, G. El Zein1
                                                                                                       1
                                                                                                         IETR UMR CNRS, France; 2Lebanese University, Institut Universitaire de
Tuesday, August 12                    15:40-18:00                 R. C. Exhibition Hall                Technologie, Lebanon
Session KP1                                                             Poster Session

General Poster Session I Commission K                                                            Wednesday, August 13                   08:00-10:20                           Columbus IJ
                                                                                                 Session A06
Session Chair: Ben Greenebaum
                                                                                                 Characterisation of EM Materials
KP1.1 A SWITCHED FOUR POINT CELL FOR CONDUCTIVITY
      MEASUREMENTS OF BIOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS                                                       Session Chair: Robert Clarke
      J. L. Sebastian, S. M. Muoz, Universidad Complutense, Spain
                                                                                                 08:00 A06.1 CHARACTERIZATION OF MATERIALS AND MODE STRUCTURE
KP1.2 FDTD ANALYSIS OF RETINAL PHOTORECEPTOR OUTER-SEGMENT:                                            FOR HIGH-Q RESONATORS USING BRAGG CONFINED MODES
      EFFECT OF STACKING NANO-LAYERS OF MEMBRANE AND                                                   J.-M. G. Le Floch, M. E. Tobar, University of Western Australia,
      CYTOPLASM                                                                                        Australia; D. Mouneyrac, D. Cros, University of Limoges, France; J. Krupka,
      A. Hajiaboli, M. Popovic, McGill University, Canada                                              Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
KP1.3 A STUDY ON SEEDED REGION BASED IMPROVED WATERSHED                                          08:20 A06.2 RELATIVE PERMITTIVITY MEASUREMENTS USING THE
      TRANSFORMATION FOR BRAIN TUMOR SEGMENTATION                                                      HIGHER-ORDER RESONANT MODES OF A NEAR-FIELD MICROWAVE
      M. Bhattacharya, Indian Institute of Information Technology & Management,                        PROBE
      India; A. Das, Calcutta University, India                                                        M. D. Janezic1, J. A. Jargon2, J. Baker-Jarvis1
                                                                                                       1
                                                                                                         NIST, United States; 2NIST, United State
KP1.4 EXACT ANALYTIC 2D SOLUTION TO OBTAIN OPTIMAL B1
      EXCITATION FIELD IN ULTRA-HIGH FIELD MRI APPLICATIONS                                      08:40 A06.3 BIOCOMPATIBILITY STUDY OF BIPHASIC-CHITOSAN - SOYA
      D. Erricolo, G. Carluccio, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States                      MEAL COMPOSITE
                                                                                                       R. A. Kachiramattom, M. T. Kattackal, U. G. Kalappura, Cochin University of
KP1.5 A NOVEL DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THERMIONIC EMISSION
                                                                                                       Science and Technology, India
      MICROSCOPE
      R. K. Barik, R. Raju, Central Electronics Engineering Research Institute, India            09:00 A06.4 EVALUATION OF EFFECTIVE ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES FOR
                                                                                                       LOSSY PERIODIC COMPOSITE STRUCTURES USING A FINITE
KP1.6 RESEARCH ON THE METHODS OF TRACING BACK HIGH VALUE
                                                                                                       DIFFERENCE METHOD
      RESISTANCE
                                                                                                       J. Chen, University of Houston, United States
      X.-D. Huang, J.-Z. Cai, Beijing Orient Institute of Measurement & Test, China
                                                                                                 09:20 Break
KP1.7 RF POWERING FOR EMBEDDED GLAUCOMA SENSORS IN
      MINIATURE PACKAGES                                                                         09:40 A06.5 HIGH-FREQUENCY CHARACTERIZATION OF SELF-ALIGNED Z-
      C.-L. Yang, E. Y. Chow, P. P. Irazoqui, W. J. Chappell, Purdue University, United                AXIS INTERCONNECTS
      States                                                                                           S. Moon, W. Chappell, Purdue University, United States; T. Brummer,
                                                                                                       S. K. Khanna, Nexaura Systems, LLC, United States
KP1.8 RESEARCH OF BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF EM FIELD: TECHNICAL
      EQUIPMENT                                                                                  10:00 A06.6 A NON-INVASIVE METAMATERIAL CHARACTERIZATION
      J. Vrba1, L. Vannucci2, P. Peschke3, P. Togni1, L. Visek1                                        SYSTEM USING SYNTHETIC GAUSSIAN APERTURE
      1
        Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic; 2Czech Academy of                        J.-Y. Chung, K. Sertel, J. L. Volakis, Electrosience Lab at the Ohio State University,
      Sciences, Czech Republic; 3German Cancer Research Center, Germany                                United States
KP1.9 BREAST TUMOUR DETECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION BASED ON
      MICROWAVE TOMOGRAPHY                                                                       Wednesday, August 13                   08:00-10:40                                Grand B
      A. Sabouni, A. Ashtari, S. Noghanian, University of Manitoba, Canada; S. Pistorius,
      CancerCare Manitoba, Canada                                                                Session BCD

KP1.10 THE ROLE OF THE SKIN LAYER IN THE COMMUNICATION                                           Physical Limitations of Electromagnetic Metamaterials
      BETWEEN THE IMPLANTED SENSORS AND THE OUTSIDE
      CONTROLLER                                                                                 Session Chairs: Ari Sihvola, Arthur Yaghjian, Christophe Caloz
      M. A. A. Eldosoky, Faculty of Engineering Helwan university, Egypt
                                                                                                 08:00 BCD.1 PHYSICAL BOUNDS ON SCATTERING BY METAMATERIALS
KP1.11 TECHNIQUE USING IMPLICIT FAIRING AND SPECIFIC                                                   G. Kristensson, C. Sohl, M. Gustafsson, Lund University, Sweden
      ABSORPTION RATES TO IMPROVE SPATIAL RESOLUTION OF
      WHOLE-BODY HUMAN VOXEL MODELS EXPOSED TO PLANE WAVES                                       08:20 BCD.2 SENSITIVITIES OF WAVE TYPES ON METAMATERIALS
      IN GHZ BANDS                                                                                     A. Ishimaru, J. R. Thomas, S. Jaruwatanadilok, Y. Kuga, University of Washington,
      T. Nagaoka, S. Watanabe, National Institute of Information and Communications                    United States
      Technology, Japan
                                                                                                 08:40 BCD.3 FIELDS IN PERFECT ELECTROMAGNETIC CONDUCTOR
KP1.12 REALISTIC SKELETON BASED DEFORMATION OF HIGH-                                                   I. V. Lindell, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
      RESOLUTION ANATOMICAL HUMAN MODELS
                                                                                                 09:00 BCD.4 ASSESSING THE PHYSICAL LIMITATIONS OF SYNTHESIZED
      E. Cherubini, Schmid & Partner Engineering AG, Switzerland; N. Chavannes, IT'IS
                                                                                                       METAMATERIALS THROUGH RIGOROUS NUMERICAL MODELING
      Foundation, Switzerland; N. Kuster, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETHZ),
                                                                                                       R. Mittra, L.-C. Ma, Pennsylvania State University, United States; N. Farahat,
      Switzerland
                                                                                                       Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico
KP1.13 WAVELET FILTERING TECHNIQUE APPLIED TO UWB RADAR FOR
                                                                                                 09:20 BCD.5 LOWER BOUNDS ON QUALITY FACTOR FOR ANTENNAS
      THE DETECTION OF A TARGET EMBEDDED INSIDE A DISPERSIVE
                                                                                                       CONTAINING BIANISOTROPIC MATERIAL
      MULTI-LAYERED MEDIUM
                                                                                                       A. D. Yaghjian, S4 Inc, United States
      C. Buccella, V. De Santis, M. Feliziani, University of L'Aquila, Italy
                                                                                                 09:40 BCD.6 A REVIEW OF ELECTRICALLY SMALL ANTENNAS IMMERSED
KP1.14 ELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE TOMOGRAPHY GUIDED
                                                                                                       IN A DIELECTRIC
      CRYOSURGERY FOR THE BRAIN USING A TEMPORALLY
                                                                                                       E. E. Altshuler1, T. H. O'Donnell1, S. R. Best2, B. Kaanta1
      CORRELATED IMAGE RECONSTRUCTION.                                                                 1
                                                                                                         Air Force Research Laboratory, United States; 2Mitre Corporation, United States
      M. Soleimani, C. Mitchell, J. Tong, University of Bath, United Kingdom; A. Adler,
      University of Carleton, Canada                                                             10:00 BCD.7 BANDWIDTH LIMITATIONS IN SMALL ANTENNAS COMPOSED
                                                                                                       OF NEGATIVE PERMITTIVITY MATERIALS AND METAMATERIALS
                                                                                                       H. R. Stuart, LGS, Bell Labs Innovations, United States


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10:20 BCD.8 LIMITATIONS OF PLASMONIC CLOAKING AT MICROWAVE                                        08:20 E04.2 DEGRADATION AND NON-LINEAR EFFECTS IN CORRODED EMC
      AND OPTICAL FREQUENCIES                                                                           JOINTS EXPOSED TO HIGH POWER MICROWAVES (HPM)
      A. Alu, N. Engheta, University of Pennsylvania, United States                                     M. G. Bäckström, Saab Communication, Sweden; O. Lundn, T. Martin, Swedish
                                                                                                        Defence Research Agency FOI, Sweden

Wednesday, August 13                  08:20-10:40                         Columbus GH             08:40 E04.3 NANOSTRUCTURED TRANSPARENT SHIELDING OF
                                                                                                        ENCLOSURES WITH APERTURE AGAINST EMP INTERACTION
Session C05a                                                                                            M. D'Amore, S. Greco, M. S. Sarto, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
Ultrawideband Systems I                                                                           09:00 E04.4 INFLUENCE OF PASSENGERS ON THE MUTUAL COUPLING OF
                                                                                                        DEVICES IN A SIMPLIFIED FUSELAGE
Session Chairs: Lutz Lampe, Dennis Goeckel                                                              C. A. Balanis, B. Yang, C. R. Birtcher, Arizona State University, United States
08:20 C05a.1 ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES FOR INDOOR LOCATION-BASED                                      09:20 Break
      SERVICES
      C.-C. Chong, I. Guvenc, F. Watanabe, H. Inamura, DoCoMo USA Labs, United                    09:40 E04.5 MODELING OF THE REVERBERATION CHAMBER METHOD FOR
      States                                                                                            THE ANALYSIS OF PLC SYSTEM IMMUNITY
                                                                                                        R. De Leo, G. Gradoni, F. Moglie, V. Mariani Primiani, Universita` Politecnica
08:40 C05a.2 PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF THE ENERGY DETECTION                                               delle Marche, Italy
      BASED TOA ESTIMATOR FOR MB-OFDM UWB
      H. Xu, L. Yang, Univ. of Florida, United States                                             10:00 E04.6 CALIBRATION OF DIRECTION FINDING ANTENNAS IN
                                                                                                        COMPLEX ENVIRONMENT
09:00 C05a.3 BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS OF UWB                                                             A. Bellion, C. Le Meins, THALES, France; A. Vergonjanne, T. Monediere, XLIM,
      R. M. Buehrer, C. Li, J. M. Kelly, Virginia Tech, United States                                   France
09:20 Break                                                                                       10:20 E04.7 ANALYTICAL ESTIMATION OF THE THREAT OF IEMI TO
                                                                                                        ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS
09:40 C05a.4 ULTRA LOW POWER UWB MODEM DESIGN: EXPERIMENTAL
                                                                                                        S. Korte1, F. Sabath2, H. Garbe1
      VERIFICATION AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATION                                                           1
                                                                                                          University of Hannover, Germany; 2Armed Forces Scientific Institute for Protection
      C. Steiner, H. Luecken, T. Zasowski, F. Troesch, A. Wittneben, ETH Zurich,
                                                                                                        Technologies (WIS), Germany
      Switzerland

10:00 C05a.5 COMBINING WIRELESS OPTICAL AND UWB FOR LOW DATA
      RATE APPLICATIONS                                                                           Wednesday, August 13                  08:00-10:20                         Columbus EF
      M.-G. Di Benedetto, L. De Nardis, G. Corbellini, University of Rome La Sapienza,            Session B08
      Italy
                                                                                                  UWB Antennnas
10:20 C05a.6 ON THE PDF OF MULTIPLE ACCESS INTERFERENCE IN TIME-
      HOPPING UWB SYSTEMS                                                                         Session Chairs: Abdel Sebak, Tapan Sarkar
      N. C. Beaulieu, I. Hosseini, University of Alberta, Canada
                                                                                                  08:00 B08.1 A PRIORI ESTIMATES ON THE PARTIAL REALIZED GAIN OF
                                                                                                        UWB-ANTENNAS
Wednesday, August 13                  08:00-09:00                         Columbus AB                   C. Sohl, M. Gustafsson, Lund University, Sweden
Session D04
                                                                                                  08:20 B08.2 A SPHERICALLY-CAPPED DISCONE ANTENNA FOR ULTRA-
                                                                                                        WIDEBAND OPERATION
Transistor Session                                                                                      D. Ghosh, T. K. Sarkar, Syracuse University, United States; E. L. Mokole, Naval
                                                                                                        Research Laboratory, United States
Session Chair: Mikael Ostling
                                                                                                  08:40 B08.3 INVESTIGATIONS ON ULTRA-WIDE BANDWIDTH PENTAGON
08:00 D04.1 ON THE PERFORMANCE LIMITS OF SI-BASED BIPOLAR
                                                                                                        SHAPE MICROSTRIP SLOT ANTENNA BACKED BY REFLECTING
      TRANSISTORS: EXTENDING SIGE HBTS INTO THE THZ DOMAIN
                                                                                                        SHEET FOR DIRECTIONAL RADIATION PATTERNS
      J. D. Cressler, Georgia Tech, United States
                                                                                                        S. K. Sharma, S. K. Rajgopal, San Diego State University, United States
08:20 D04.2 INVESTIGATING THE LINEARITY PERFORMANCE OF DMG
                                                                                                  09:00 B08.4 NOTCH BAND OPTIMIZATION OF PLANAR ULTRA WIDE BAND
      ALGAN/GAN HEMT FOR IMPROVED RF APPLICATIONS
                                                                                                        ANTENNA USING GA
      S. P. Kumar1, A. Agrawal2, R. Chaujar1, M. Gupta1, R. S. Gupta1
      1                                                                                                 A. Pradeep, V. A. Shameena, S. Mridula, B. Paul, P. Mohanan, Cochin University of
        Delhi University, India; 2Acharya Narendra Dev College, University of Delhi, India
                                                                                                        Science and Technology, India
08:40 D04.3 A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS USING MODELING AND
                                                                                                  09:20 Break
      SIMULATION TO STUDY THE IMPACT OF MULTILAYERED GATE
      DIELECTRIC (MGD) DESIGN ON DEVICE PERFORMANCE OF                                            09:40 B08.5 A BAND-REJECTED PRINTED ELLIPTICAL ANTENNA FOR UWB
      SURROUNDING GATE MOSFET                                                                           WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS
      H. Kaur1, S. Kabra1, S. Haldar2, R. S. Gupta1                                                     A. A. Alshehri, A. R. Sebak, Concordia University, Canada
      1
        University of Delhi, India; 2Motilal Nehru College, Delhi University, India
                                                                                                  10:00 B08.6 ULTRA COMPRESSED PARAMETRIC MODELING OF UWB
                                                                                                        ANTENNA MEASUREMENTS USING SYMMETRIES
Wednesday, August 13                  09:40-10:40                         Columbus AB                   C. Roblin, A. Sibille, ENSTA, France
Session DT
                                                                                                  Wednesday, August 13                  08:00-10:20                                Grand E
Tutorial D: Silicon Nanophotonics
                                                                                                  Session GHE
Session Chair: F. de Fornel
                                                                                                  Modification of the Ionosphere and Magnetosphere
09:40 DT.1 MANIPULATING LIGHT ON A SILICON CHIP
      M. Lipson, Cornell University, United States                                                Session Chairs: Keith Groves, M Kosch, O A. Molchanov, Y Ruzhin
                                                                                                  08:00 GHE.1 ELF/VLF WAVE-INJECTION EXPERIMENTS AND
Wednesday, August 13                  08:00-10:40                         Columbus CD                   MAGNETOSPHERIC PROBING WITH HAARP
Session E04                                                                                             U. S. Inan, Stanford University, United States

                                                                                                  08:20 GHE.2 FREQUENCY DEPENDENCE OF VLF WAVE GENERATION AT
Interaction with Complex Systems                                                                        GAKONA, ALASKA
                                                                                                        S. P. Kuo1, M. Rubinraut1, Y.-L. Wu1, R. Pradipta2, J. A. Cohen2, M. C. Lee2,3
Session Chairs: Marcello D'Amore, Joe LoVetri                                                           1
                                                                                                          Polytechnic University, United States; 2Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
08:00 E04.1 COUPLING AND INTERACTION OF HIGH-POWER                                                      United States; 3Boston University, United States
      ELECTROMAGNETIC (HPEM) RADIATION WITH UNDERGROUND
                                                                                                  08:40 GHE.3 PARAMETRIC PROCESSES AND HF-INDUCED AIRGLOW AT
      FACILITIES
                                                                                                        THE MAGNETIC ZENITH
      F. M. Tesche, EM Consultant, United States; P. Bertholet, armasuisse,
                                                                                                        E. V. Mishin, Boston College, United States; T. R. Pedersen, Research Vehicles
      Switzerland; D. V. Giri, Pro-Tech, United States
                                                                                                        Directorate, United States; M. J. Kosch, Lancaster University, UK


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09:00 GHE.4 JOINT HF INTERFEROMETER AND RADIO TOMOGRAPHY                                                C. J. Cela, G. Lazzi, North Carolina State University, United States
      OBSERVATIONS OF THE ARTIFICIALLY MODIFIED IONOSPHERE
      E. D. Tereshchenko, R. Y. Yurik, B. Z. Khudukon, Polar Geophysical Institute,
      Russia; M. T. Rietveld, EISCAT Scientific Association, Norway; V. F. Frolov,               Wednesday, August 13                   11:00-12:00                            Regency B-D
      Radiophysical Research Institute, Russia; B. Isham, Interamerican University,              Session L2
      USA; V. Belyey, University of Tromso, Norway

09:20 Break                                                                                      General Lecture 2: Pulsars, General Relativity and Gravitational
                                                                                                 Waves
09:40 GHE.5 SPATIAL STRUCTURE OF THE IONOSPHERE MODIFIED BY
      POWERFUL HF RADIO WAVES                                                                    Session Chair: François Lefeuvre
      V. L. Frolov, V. O. Rapoport, Radiophysical Research Institute (NIRFI, Nizhny
      Novgorod, Russia), Russian Federation; A. S. Belov, G. A. Markov, Nizhny                   11:00 L2.1 PULSARS, GENERAL RELATIVITY AND GRAVITATIONAL WAVES
      Novgorod State University, Russian Federation; E. D. Tereshchenko,                               J. Cordes, Cornell University, USA
      B. Z. Khudukon, Polar Geophysical Institute, Russian Federation; M. Parrot, LPCE,
      CNRS, France
                                                                                                 Wednesday, August 13                   13:40-17:20                            Columbus IJ
10:00 GHE.6 HF MODIFICATION OF MIDLATITUDE SPORADIC E LAYERS                                     Session AE
      F. T. Djuth, Geospace Research, Inc., United States; P. A. Bernhardt, Naval
      Research Laboratory, United States                                                         EMC Measurements
                                                                                                 Session Chairs: Andrew C. Marvin, B. Demoulin
Wednesday, August 13                   08:00-10:40                                Grand A
Session J01b                                                                                     13:40 AE.1 STATISTICS AND COHERENCY OF PULSE-MODULATED SIGNALS
                                                                                                       IN COMPLEX EM ENVIRONMENTS IN THE TIME DOMAIN BASED ON
Future Large Telescopes II                                                                             MEASUREMENTS IN A MODE-TUNED REVERBERATION CHAMBER
                                                                                                       L. R. Arnaut, D. A. Knight, National Physical Laboratory, United Kingdom
Session Chair: Peter Wilkinson                                                                   14:00 AE.2 TEST PROCEDURE FOR CAN BUS SUSCEPTIBILITY EVALUATION
08:00 J01b.1 E-VLBI: A REAL-TIME TELESCOPE OF INTERCONTINENTAL                                         BASED ON THE USE OF RADIO FREQUENCY DETECTORS
      DIMENSIONS                                                                                       C. Rostamzadeh, Robert Bosch LLC, USA; S. A. Pignari, Politecnico di Milano,
      H. van Langevelde, JIVE, Netherlands                                                             Italy

08:20 J01b.2 INTRODUCTION TO FAST - FIVE HUNDRED METER APERTURE                                  14:20 AE.3 A STUDY OF THE FIELD STATISTICS IN NESTED FREQUENCY-
      SPHERICAL RADIO TELESCOPE                                                                        STIRRED REVERBERATION CHAMBERS
      R. Nan, National Astronomical Observatories,CAS, China                                           A. C. Marvin, I. D. Flintoft, Y. He, --University of York, UK

08:40 J01b.3 TOWARDS THE LONG WAVELENGTH ARRAY                                                   14:40 AE.4 OVERVIEW OF EMISSION AND SUSCEPTIBILITY
      N. E. Kassim, Naval Research Laboratory, United States                                           INVESTIGATION AND MODELING WITH NEAR-FIELD
                                                                                                       MEASUREMENTS.
09:00 J01b.4 THE MURCHISON WIDEFIELD ARRAY                                                             D. Baudry, A. Louis, B. Mazari, IRSEEM / ESIGELEC, France
      C. Lonsdale, MIT Haystack Observatory, United States
                                                                                                 15:00 AE.5 TIME-DOMAIN EMI MEASUREMENTS AT OPEN TEST SITES
09:20 Break                                                                                            USING AMBIENT NOISE CANCELATION METHODS
                                                                                                       A. Frech, S. Braun, A. Zakaria, P. Russer, Technische Universitaet Muenchen,
09:40 J01b.5 THE AUSTRALIAN SKA PATHFINDER                                                             Germany
      D. R. DeBoer, CSIRO/ATNF, Australia
                                                                                                 15:20 AE.6 ISSUES IN EMC METROLOGY AND MODELLING FOR SQUARE
10:00 J01b.6 THE US TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT FOR THE                                             KILOMETRE ARRAY DEMONSTRATOR
      SKA                                                                                              H. C. Reader, R. H. Geschke, G. P. Wiid, R. G. Urban, D. J. Rossouw, University of
      L. A. Baker, J. M. Cordes, G. Cortes-Medellin, Cornell University, United                        Stellenbosch, South Africa
      States; S. Weinreb, California Institute of Technology, United States; W. J. Welch,
      University of California at Berkeley, United States; A. Kemball, University of             15:40 Break
      Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
                                                                                                 16:00 AE.7 MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES TO CHARACTERIZE
10:20 J01b.7 THE SQUARE KILOMETRE ARRAY                                                                ELECTROMAGNETIC EMISSION OF PULSED PLASMA THRUSTERS
      R. Schilizzi, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom                                       A. P. Plokhikh1, N. N. Antropov1, N. A. Vazhenin1, G. A. Popov1, G. G. Shishkin2,
                                                                                                       G. V. Soganova1
                                                                                                       1
                                                                                                         Research Institute of Applied Mechanics and Electrodynamics, Russian Federation;
                                                                                                       2
Wednesday, August 13                   08:00-10:40                          Columbus KL                  Moscow Aviation Institute, Russian Federation
Session K04a                                                                                     16:20 AE.8 STATE OF THE ART ANECHOIC CHAMBER FOR AIR VEHICLE
                                                                                                       TESTING AT ALENIA AERONAUTICA
Biomedical Applications: Neurostimulation                                                              M. Bozzetti, G. M. Ariano, I. Bertino, P. Galati, Alenia Aeronautica, Italy
Session Chairs: Alex Thomas, Mandar Jog                                                          16:40 AE.9 PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF WIRE ANTENNA AS EMI SENSOR
                                                                                                       FOR TRANSIENT EM FIELD MEASUREMENT USING FDTD
08:00 K04a.1 A NEW APPROACH TOWARDS NEUROMODULATION                                                    TECHNIQUE
      M. S. Jog, D. Aur, University of Western Ontario, Canada                                         M. Ali, S. Sanyal, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India
08:40 K04a.2 NEUROMODULATION BY EXPOSURE TO A PULSED LOW                                         17:00 AE.10 POLYANILINE BASED MATERIALS FOR EFFICIENT EMI
      FREQUENCY MAGNETIC FIELD                                                                         SHIELDING
      A. W. Thomas, J. Robertson, F. S. Prato, Lawson Health Research Institute, Canada                M. T. Kattackal, U. G. Kalappura, R. A. Kachiramattom, Cochin University of
09:20 Break                                                                                            Science and Technology, India

09:40 K04a.3 ELECTRIC STIMULATION OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM: A
      DOSIMETRIC STUDY FOR THE DBS APPLICATION                                                   Wednesday, August 13                   13:40-17:20                                Grand B
      F. Maggio1, M. Parazzini2, M. Liberti1, A. Paffi1, F. Apollonio1, P. Ravazzani2,           Session B02
      G. d'Inzeo1
      1
        University of Rome, Italy; 2CNR, Italy                                                   Scattering and Diffraction
10:00 K04a.4 CAN EXPOSURE TO A 1800 T MAGNETIC FIELD AT 60 HZ                                    Session Chairs: Ludger Klinkenbusch, Guiliano Manara
      MODULATE HUMAN NEURO-BEHAVIORS?
      A. G. Legros1, D. McNamee1, A. Beuter2, D. Goulet3, J. Lambrozo4, M. Plante3,              13:40 B02.1 DIFFRACTION AND REFLECTION OF A PLANE
      F. S. Prato1, A. W. Thomas1                                                                      ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE IN A RIGHT-ANGLE CORNER WITH
      1
        Lawson Health Research Institute, Canada; 2Universite de Bordeaux et IMS CNRS,                 IMPEDANCE WALLS
      France; 3Hydro-Quebec, Canada; 4Electricite de France, France                                    A. V. Osipov, Microwaves and Radar Institute, German Aerospace Center (DLR),
                                                                                                       Germany; T. B. A. Senior, The University of Michigan, USA
10:20 K04a.5 ON THE INTRAOCULAR IMPEDANCE OF AN EPIRETINAL
      STIMULATOR ARRAY


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14:00 B02.2 A RAY TRACING ALGORITHM FOR MULTIPLE STRAIGHT                                                  A. Ghiotto, T.-P. Vuong, S. Tedjini, Grenoble INP, France; K. Wu, cole
      WEDGE DIFFRACTION                                                                                    Polytechnique de Montral, Canada
      G. Carluccio, M. Albani, University of Siena, Italy
                                                                                                    14:20 D01.3 UHF RFID TAG ROBUSTNESS
14:20 B02.3 AN APPROXIMATE UTD RAY SOLUTION FOR SKEW INCIDENCE                                            E. Bergeret, T. Delaruyelle, P. Pannier, J. Gaubert, IM2NP, France
      DIFFRACTION BY MATERIAL COATED WEDGES OF ARBITRARY
      ANGLE                                                                                         14:40 D01.4 HARSH ENVIRONMENT EFFECTS OVER 13.56 MHZ RFID
      T. Lertwiriyaprapa, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology North Bangkok,                           READER ANTENNA
      Thailand; P. H. Pathak, J. L. Volakis, ElectroScience Lab. / The Ohio State                         F. Roudet, Schneider Electric, France; T.-P. Vuong, S. Tedjini, INPG Esisar,
      University, United States                                                                           France

14:40 B02.4 UTD FIELDS RADIATED BY ELECTRICALLY LARGE                                               15:00 D01.5 WIRELESS INFORMATION AND SAFETY SYSTEM FOR
      HEXAGONAL ARRAYS WITH REALISTIC CURRENT DISTRIBUTIONS                                               UNDERGROUND MINES
      A. A. Serra, P. Nepa, G. Manara, T. Celandroni, University of Pisa, Italy; O. A. Civi,              L. K. Bandopadhyay, S. K. Chaulya, P. K. Mishra, A. K. Choure, Central Institute of
      Middle East Technical University, Turkey                                                            Mining and Fuel Research, India

15:00 B02.5 DIFFRACTION BY A HALF-PLANE WITH DIFFERENT                                              15:20 D01.6 ANTENNAS FOR CHIPLESS TAGS BASED ON MEASUREMENT OF
      ANISOTROPIC IMPEDANCE FACES IN A BIANISOTROPIC MEDIUM                                               COMPLEX IMPEDANCE
      V. G. Daniele, R. D. Graglia, Politecnico di Torino - Dip. Elettronica, Italy                       S. Mukherjee, RB Technology, United States

15:20 B02.6 DIFFRACTION BY A FINITE PARALLEL-PLATE WAVEGUIDE                                        15:40 Break
      WITH FOUR-LAYER MATERIAL LOADING
                                                                                                    16:00 D01.7 SELF-SENSING PASSIVE RFID TAGS
      J. Zheng, K. Kobayashi, Chuo University, Japan
                                                                                                          G. Marrocco, University of Roma Tor Vergata, Italy
15:40 Break
                                                                                                    16:20 D01.8 SPECIFIC ABSORPTION RATES IN THE HUMAN HEAD AND
16:00 B02.7 SCATTERING BY A PERFECTLY CONDUCTING ELLIPTIC CONE:                                           SHOULDER FOR PASSIVE UHF RFID SYSTEMS AT 915 MHZ
      SPHERICAL-MULTIPOLE EXPANSION OF A PHYSICAL-OPTICS                                                  D. D. Arumugam, D. W. Engels, University of Texas at Arlington, United States
      CORRECTION TERM
      L. Klinkenbusch, University of Kiel, Germany
                                                                                                    Wednesday, August 13                  13:40-17:20                          Columbus CD
16:20 B02.8 SOME PARADOXES ASSOCIATED WITH A RECENT SUMMATION                                       Session EGH
      RULE IN SCATTERING THEORY
      C. Sohl, M. Gustafsson, A. Bernland, Lund University, Sweden                                  Terrestrial and Planetary Electromagnetic Disturbances and Effects
16:40 B02.9 ACCELERATION OF DIRECT INTEGRAL EQUATION BASED
                                                                                                    Session Chair: Masashi Hayakawa
      SOLVERS FOR SCATTERING PROBLEMS
      A. Boag, Tel Aviv University, Israel                                                          13:40 EGH.1 FURTHER COMPARISON OF SPRITE STREAMER MODELING
                                                                                                          RESULTS WITH ISUAL SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC MEASUREMENTS
17:00 B02.10 A FAST 2.5-D PARALLEL MULTILEVEL FAST MULTIPOLE
                                                                                                          N. Liu, Florida Institute of Technology, United States; V. Pasko, The Pennsylvania
      ALGORITHM SOLVER
                                                                                                          State University, United States; H. Frey, S. Mende, University of California at
      J. Fostier, F. Olyslager, Ghent University, Belgium
                                                                                                          Berkeley, United States; A. Chen, H.-T. Su, R.-R. Hsu, National Cheng Kung
                                                                                                          University, Taiwan; L.-C. Lee, National Central University, Taiwan
Wednesday, August 13                  13:40-14:40                          Columbus GH              14:00 EGH.2 SPRITES AND COSMIC RAYS IN LF RADIO
Session CT                                                                                                M. Fullekrug, University of Bath, United Kingdom

Tutorial C – Cooperative Communications                                                             14:20 EGH.3 COORDINATED ANALYSIS OF DELAYED SPRITES WITH HIGH
                                                                                                          SPEED IMAGES AND REMOTE ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS
Session Chair: Andreas F. Molisch                                                                         J. Li, S. A. Cummer, Duke University, United States

13:40 CT.1 COOPERATIVE COMMUNICATIONS                                                               14:40 EGH.4 EARLY VLF PERTURBATIONS DRIVEN BY LIGHTNING-EMP
      M. Z. Win, MIT, USA                                                                                 GENERATED DENSITY PERTURBATIONS IN THE IONOSPHERE:
                                                                                                          MODEL RESULTS
                                                                                                          R. A. Marshall, U. S. Inan, T. W. Chevalier, Stanford University, United States
Wednesday, August 13                  14:40-15:40                          Columbus GH
                                                                                                    15:00 EGH.5 SUDDEN AMPLITUDE AND PHASE CHANGES IN
Session C06                                                                                               SUBIONOSPHERIC VLF TRANSMITTER SIGNALS OBSERVED AT
                                                                                                          AGRA
Cooperative Communications                                                                                B. Singh, Faculty of Engineering, R.B.S. College, Bichpuri, Agra, India
Session Chairs: Aria Nosratinia, Luc VandenDorpe                                                    15:20 EGH.6 KERR EFFECT REMOTE SENSING OF THUNDERSTORM
                                                                                                          ELECTRIC FIELDS USING SKY POLARIZATION
14:40 C06.1 A NEW COOPERATIVE DIVERSITY PROTOCOL FOR CDMA                                                 B. E. Carlson, U. S. Inan, Stanford University, United States
      SIGNALING USING COMPLETE COMPLEMENTARY CODES
      N. O. El-Ganainy, Alexandria Institute of technology, Alexandria, Egypt.,                     15:40 Break
      Egypt; S. E.-S. El-Khamy, Faculty of Engineering, Egypt
                                                                                                    16:00 EGH.7 POSSIBLE MECHANISM OF THE OBSERVED SCHUMAN
15:00 C06.2 COOPERATION IN INTERFERENCE NETWORKS                                                          RESONANCE DIURNAL AMPLITUDE VARIATIONS
      D. Tuninetti, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States                                      O. Pechony, Columbia University, United States; C. Price, Tel Aviv University,
                                                                                                          Israel
15:20 C06.3 COOPERATIVE RELAYING IN WIRELESS NETWORKS WITH
      STOCHASTIC TRAFFIC                                                                            16:20 EGH.8 THE SEASONAL VARIATIONS OF GLOBAL LIGHTNING
      R. A. Berry, Northwestern University, United States; E. Yeh, Yale University,                       ACTIVITY EXTRACTED FROM SCHUMANN RESONANCES USING A
      United States                                                                                       GENETIC ALGORITHM METHOD
                                                                                                          H. Yang, V. Pasko, The Pennsylvania State University, United States; G. Satori,
                                                                                                          Geodetic and Geophysical Research Institute, Hungarian Academy of Sciences,
Wednesday, August 13                  13:40-16:40                          Columbus AB                    Hungary
Session D01                                                                                         16:40 EGH.9 WHISTLER-LIGHTNING CORRELATIONS: SIGNIFICANT OR
                                                                                                          COINCIDENCE?
RFID Technology and Applications                                                                          A. B. Collier, Hermanus Magnetic Observatory, South Africa; A. R. W. Hughes,
                                                                                                          S. Bremner, B. Delport, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South
Session Chair: S. Tedjini                                                                                 Africa; J. Lichtenberger, Etvs University, Hungary; G. McDowell, C. Rodger,
13:40 D01.1 REQUIREMENTS FOR COMPLEX RFID APPLICATION - DRFID                                             University of Otago, New Zealand
      AND TRAY MANAGEMENT
                                                                                                    17:00 EGH.10 DO METEORS PRODUCE VLF RADIATION WHEN ENTERING
      W. John, Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration,
                                                                                                          THE EARTH'S ATMOSPHERE?
      Germany; G. Stoenner, Deutsche Post AG, Germany
                                                                                                          Y. Reuveni, C. Price, Tel-Aviv university, Israel
14:00 D01.2 DESIGN OF PASSIVE ULTRA-HIGH FREQUENCY RADIO-
      FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION TAG

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Wednesday, August 13                  13:40-17:20                          Columbus EF          15:20 GF.6 COMPARISON OF THE IONOSPHERIC PROFILES DERIVED WITH
                                                                                                      RADIO OCCULTATION TECHNIQUE TO THE DIGISONDE DATA
Session FG                                                                                            V. V. Paznukhov, B. W. Reinisch, University of Massachusetts Lowell, United States
Mitigation of Ionospheric and Tropospheric Effects in Precision                                 15:40 Break
GNSS
                                                                                                16:00 GF.7 MID- AND LOW-LATITUDE IONOSPHERIC STRUCTURE
Session Chairs: Manuel Hernández-Pajares, B. Arbesser-Rastburg                                        OBSERVED BY FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC
                                                                                                      C.-H. Lin1, J.-Y. Liu2, H.-F. Tsai3, C.-H. Chen2, C.-C. Hsiao4, C.-H. Liu5
                                                                                                      1
13:40 FG.1 THE IMPACT OF TRAVELLING IONOSPHERIC DISTURBANCES                                            National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan; 2National Central University, Taiwan;
                                                                                                      3
      ON GLOBAL NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEM SERVICES                                                    Central Weather Bureau, Taiwan; 4National Space Organization, Taiwan;
      A. J. Coster, MIT Haystack Observatory, United States; T. Tsugawa, National                     5
                                                                                                        Academia Sinica, Taiwan
      Institude of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
                                                                                                16:20 GF.8 VERIFYING COSMIC GPS OCCULTATION INVERSION PROFILES
14:00 FG.2 MODELLING TEC CHANGES OVER SOUTHERN AFRICA USING                                           WITH THE ALTAIR RADAR
      THE NEURAL NETWORK METHOD                                                                       T. Beach1, F. Centinello1, R. Caton2, D. Sponseller3, K. Groves1
      J. B. Habarulema1,2, L.-A. McKinnell1,2, B. Opperman2                                           1
                                                                                                        Air Force Research Laboratory, United States; 2Atmospheric and Environmental
      1
        Rhodes University, South Africa; 2Hermanus Magnetic Observatory, South Africa                 Research, Inc., United States; 3Kwajalein Range Services LLC, Marshall Islands
14:20 FG.3 IONOSPHERIC RANGE ERRORS IN MODERNIZED GPS AND                                       16:40 GF.9 IONOSPHERIC IMAGING USING VARIOUS RADIO
      FUTURE GALILEO SYSTEMS                                                                          TOMOGRAPHIC SYSTEMS
      M. M. Hoque, International Postgraduate Programme (IPP) Multi Sensorics,                        V. E. Kunitsyn1, E. S. Andreeva1, L. C. Tsai2, C. H. Liu3, I. A. Nesterov1,
      University of Siegen, Germany                                                                   A. M. Padokhin1
                                                                                                      1
                                                                                                        M.Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russian Federation; 2National Central
14:40 FG.4 MITIGATION OF DELAY AND SCINTILLATION EFFECTS USING                                        University, Taiwan; 3Academia Sinica, Taiwan
      MIDAS
      D. J. Allain, P. S. J. Spencer, C. N. Mitchell, University of Bath, United Kingdom        17:00 GF.10 FIRST RESULTS FROM THE SCINTILLATION AND TEC
                                                                                                      RECEIVER IN SPACE (CITRIS) INSTRUMENT ON STPSAT1
15:00 FG.5 THE DESIGN OF A NEW MAPPING FUNCTION BASED ON GPS                                          C. L. Siefring, P. A. Bernhardt, Naval Research Laboratory, United
      RADIO OCCULTATION DATA FOR A REFINED ESTIMATION OF THE                                          States; G. S. Bust, Atmospheric & Space Technology Research Associates, United
      TROPOSPHERIC TOTAL DELAY                                                                        States
      F. Vespe, C. Benedetto, R. Pacione, P. Sacco, Centro di Geodesia Spaziale, Italy

15:20 FG.6 CORRELATION BETWEEN NEUTRAL ATMOSPHERE
                                                                                                Wednesday, August 13                  13:40-14:20                               Grand F
      MODELLING AND ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE LOADING INDUCED
      DISPLACEMENT                                                                              Session HSR
      E. J. Orliac, F. N. Teferle, R. M. Bingley, A. H. Dodson, IESSG, University of
      Nottingham, UK                                                                            Special Review - Roger Gendrin, In Memory of an Outstanding
                                                                                                Scientist
15:40 Break
                                                                                                Session Chair: Richard Horne
16:00 FG.7 A REGIONAL TROPOSPHERIC DELAY MODEL FOR GPS BASED
      AIRCRAFT NAVIGATION OVER INDIAN SUBCONTINENT                                              13:40 HSR.1 ROGER GENDRIN, IN MEMORY OF AN OUTSTANDING
      K. Saha, C. S. Raju, K. Parameswaran, Space Physics Laboratory, VSSC, ISRO,                     SCIENTIST
      India                                                                                           F. Lefeuvre1, N. Cornilleau-Wehrlin2, H. Matsumoto3, A. Roux2
                                                                                                      1
                                                                                                        LPCE/CNRS 3 A Av de la Recherche Scientifique 45071, France; 2CNRS Univ
16:20 FG.8 MODIFIED IONOSPHERIC TOMOGRAPHY ALGORITHM USING
                                                                                                      Versailles St Quentin-en-Yvelines, France; 3Kyoto University, Japan
      GAGAN DATA
      D. Venkata Ratnam1, A. D. Sarma1, P. V. D. Somasekhar Rao2, B. M. Reddy1
      1
        Osmania University, India; 2JNT University, India
                                                                                                Wednesday, August 13                  14:20-17:20                               Grand F
16:40 FG.9 IONOSPHERIC IMPACT ON GPS TIMING APPLICATIONS                                        Session H03
      J. A. R. Rose, D. Allain, C. N. Mitchell, University of Bath, United Kingdom
                                                                                                Open Session and Latest results for Com. H
17:00 FG.10 APPLICATION OF LEAST SQUARES ADJUSTMENT TECHNIQUE
      FOR ESTIMATION OF TEC AND INSTRUMENTAL BIASES FOR GAGAN                                   Session Chairs: Y. Omura, Richard Horne
      APPLICATIONS
      D. Sunehra, A. D. Sarma, D. R. Lakshmi, B. M. Reddy, Osmania University, India            14:20 H03.1 INITIAL RESULTS FROM THE LUNAR RADAR SOUNDER
                                                                                                      OBSERVATION ON-BOARD THE KAGUYA (SELENE) SPACECRAFT
                                                                                                      T. Ono, A. Kumamoto, Tohoku University, Japan; Y. Yamaguchi, Nagoya
Wednesday, August 13                  13:40-17:20                                Grand E              University, Japan; A. Yamaji, Kyoto University, Japan; T. Kobayashi, KIGAM,
Session GF                                                                                            Korea; Y. Kasahara, Kanazawa University, Japan; H. Oya, Fukui University of
                                                                                                      Technology, Japan
Radio Occultation – Techniques, Validation, Science and                                         14:40 H03.2 PLASMA WAVE OBSERVATION BY LRS/WFC ONBOARD
Applications                                                                                          KAGUYA (SELENE)
                                                                                                      Y. Kasahara, Y. Goto, Kanazawa University, Japan; K. Hashimoto, Kyoto
Session Chairs: Cathryn Mitchell, Chao-Han Liu, T Schueler                                            University, Japan; T. Ono, Tohoku University, Japan; KAGUYA LRS Team, ,
13:40 GF.1 INVERTING IONOSPHERIC RADIO OCCULTATION                                              15:00 H03.3 PLASMA WAVE OBSERVATIONS BY CASSINI AT SATURN
      MEASUREMENTS WITH STATISTICAL INVERSE METHODS                                                   G. B. Hospodarsky, W. S. Kurth, D. A. Gurnett, J. D. Menietti, A. M. Persoon,
      D. L. Hysell, Cornell University, United States                                                 T. F. Averkamp, F. Akalin, University of Iowa, United States; O. Santolik, Charles
14:00 GF.2 USE OF ROSA DATA IN SPACE WEATHER                                                          University, Czech Rep.; P. Louarn, CESR, France; P. Canu, CETP/UVSQ,
      M. D. F. Materassi, Istituto dei Sistemi Complessi, Consiglio Nazionale delle                   France; M. K. Dougherty, Imperial College, UK
      Ricerche, Italy                                                                           15:20 H03.4 GYRO-RESONANT ELECTRON ACCELERATION AT JUPITER
14:20 GF.3 GLOBAL E-REGION CONDUCTIVITIES USING GPS                                                   R. B. Horne1, R. M. Thorne2, S. A. Glauert1, J. D. Menietti3, Y. Y. Shprits2,
      OCCULTATIONS                                                                                    D. A. Gurnett3
                                                                                                      1
      G. S. Bust, A. Reynolds, ASTRA, United States; M. Nicolls, SRI International,                     British Antarctic Survey, United Kingdom; 2University of California, USA;
                                                                                                      3
      United States; C. Coker, P. Bernhardt, Naval Research Laboratory, United States                   University of Iowa, USA

14:40 GF.4 VALIDATION OF THE CHAMP RADIO OCCULTATION DATA                                       15:40 Break
      USING CADI IN THE POLAR REGIONS                                                           16:00 H03.5 REMOTE SENSING SPACE WEATHER EVENTS THROUGH
      S. Sadighi, P. T. Jayachandran, University of New Brunswick, Canada; N. Jakowski,               IONOSPHERIC RADIO: THE AARDDVARK NETWORK
      Deutsches Zentrum fuer Luft-und Raumfahrt (DLR), Germany; J. W. MacDougall,                     M. A. Clilverd, Britsih Antarctic Survey, United Kingdom; C. J. Rodger,
      University of Western Ontario, Canada                                                           N. R. Thomson, University of Otago, New Zealand; T. Ulich, Sodankyla
15:00 GF.5 THE ACTIVE TEMPERATURE OZONE MOISTURE MICORWAVE                                            Geophysical Observatory, Finland; J. Lichtenberger, Eotvos University,
      SPECTROMETER (ATOMMS) CLIMATE OBSERVING SYSTEM                                                  Hungary; A. B. Collier, Hermanus Magnetic Observatory, South Africa
      E. R. Kursinski, D. Ward, A. Otarola, C. Groppi, S. Albanna, M. Schein, University
      of Arizona, United States

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16:20 H03.6 FIRST RESULTS OF THE ANALYSIS OF DATA OF THE SAS2 E.M.                                 14:00 K02a.2 BODY-MATCHED SLOT ANTENNAS FOR RADIOFREQUENCY
      WAVE ANALYZER ON BOARD OF COMPASS-2 SATELLITE ON BOARD                                             IDENTIFICATION
      OF COMPASS-2 SATELLITE                                                                             C. Occhiuzzi, C. Calabrese, G. Marrocco, University of Roma Tor Vergata, Italy
      C. Ferencz1, L. Bodnar2, J. Lichtenberger1, O. E. Ferencz1, D. Hamar1, P. Steinbach3,
      V. Korepanov4, G. Mikhailova5, Y. Mikhailov5, V. D. Kuznetzov5                               14:20 K02a.3 ON THE DESIGN AND ELECTROMAGNETIC SAFETY
      1
        Eotvos University, Hungary; 2BL-Electronics, Hungary; 3MTA-ELTE, Hungary;                        ASSESSMENT OF TELEMETRY COILS FOR A RETINAL PROSTHESIS.
      4
        Lviv Centre of Institute of Space Sciences;, Ukraine; 5IZMIRAN, Russia                           A. Qusba, V. Singh, G. Lazzi, North Carolina State University, United States

16:40 H03.7 ANALYSIS OF RECEIVING ANTENNA CHARACTERISTICS IN                                       14:40 K02a.4 IMPLANTABLE LC SENSORS FOR BIOTELEMETRY
      SPACE PLASMA ENVIRONMENT VIA PARTICLE-IN-CELL                                                      M. Yvanoff, J. Venkataraman, Rochester Institute of Technology, United States
      SIMULATION
                                                                                                   15:00 K02a.5 TOWARDS A MINIATURE LONG TERM CONTINUOUS
      Y. Miyake, H. Usui, H. Kojima, Y. Omura, Research Institute for Sustainable
                                                                                                         GLUCOSE MONITORING DEVICE: IN VITRO AND IN VIVO STUDIES
      Humanosphere, Kyoto University, Japan
                                                                                                         E. Topsakal1, K. B. Grantham1, T. Karacolak1, E. C. Moreland2, R. Cooper1
                                                                                                         1
17:00 H03.8 FAST NUMERICAL MODELLING OF 1D LANDAU RESONANCE                                                Mississippi State University, United States; 2University of Alabama at Brimingham,
      USING A VLASOV HYBRID SIMULATION CODE                                                              United States
      D. Nunn, Southampton University, United Kingdom; D. Shklyar, IZMIRAN, Russia
                                                                                                   15:20 K02a.6 PERMANENT MAGNET FIELDS AND THE SCALING LIMITS OF
                                                                                                         NMR PROBES
                                                                                                         J. C. Stephenson, C. Furse, University of Utah, United States
Wednesday, August 13                  13:40-17:20                                Grand A
Session JF                                                                                         15:40 Break

Radio Frequency Interference, Problems and Solutions                                               16:00 K02a.7 UWB SPACE-TIME BEAMFORMING FOR PATIENT-SPECIFIC
                                                                                                         MICROWAVE HYPERTHERMIA TREATMENT OF BREAST CANCER: 3-
Session Chairs: Steven Ellingson, Joel T. Johnson                                                        D COMPUTATIONAL STUDY USING ANATOMICALLY REALISTIC
                                                                                                         BREAST PHANTOMS
13:40 JF.1 SPECTRAL DOMAIN ALGORITHMS FOR RFI EXCISION IN REAL                                           E. Zastrow, S. C. Hagness, B. D. Van Veen, University of Wisconsin - Madison,
      TIME                                                                                               United States
      D. E. Gary, G. M. Nita, X. Wang, H. Ge, New Jersey Institute of Technology, United
      States                                                                                       16:20 K02a.8 EFFICIENT IMPLEMENTATION OF SAR AVERAGING
                                                                                                         TECHNIQUES IN COMPUTATIONAL DOSIMETRY FOR HIGHLY
14:00 JF.2 SPATIAL FILTERING OF FIXED TRANSMITTERS IN LOFAR                                              DETAILED HUMAN MODELS
      A. J. Boonstra, ASTRON, Netherlands                                                                P. Crespo-Valero, N. Chavannes, Schmid & Partner Engineering AG,
                                                                                                         Switzerland; N. Kuster, IT'IS Foundation, Switzerland
14:20 JF.3 EXAMPLES OF RECENT RFI MITIGATION DEVELOPMENTS AT
      NANCAY OBSERVATORY                                                                           16:40 K02a.9 ON THE USE OF THE ADI-FDTD METHOD FOR
      R. Feliachi1, C. Dumez-viou2, R. Weber1, P. Ravier1, P. Colom3                                     BIOELECTROMAGNETIC SIMULATIONS
      1
        PRISME, France; 2Nancay observatory, France; 3Paris observatory, France                          A. Ajeet, V. Singh, G. Lazzi, North Carolina State University, United States

14:40 JF.4 IMPROVED LOW INR INTERFERENCE CANCELLATION USING                                        17:00 K02a.10 CHARACTERIZATION OF MUSCLE AND FAT MIMICKING
      PHASED ARRAY FEEDS                                                                                 GELS AT MICS AND ISM BANDS (402-405MHZ AND 2.40-2.48 GHZ)
      J. C. Landon, B. D. Jeffs, K. F. Warnick, Brigham Young University, United                         T. Yilmaz, T. Karacolak, E. Topsakal, Mississippi State University, United States
      States; J. R. Fisher, R. D. Norrod, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, United
      States
                                                                                                   Thursday, August 14                   08:00-09:20                           Columbus IJ
15:00 JF.5 AN ALGORITHM FOR EXCISION OF RADIO FREQUENCY
                                                                                                   Session A05
      INTERFERENCE FROM INTERFEROMETRIC DATA
      R. M. Athreya, National Centre for Radio Astrophysics, India
                                                                                                   Measurements to Support Advanced Communications Systems
15:20 JF.6 RFI MITIGATION USING TIME AND FREQUENCY RESOLUTION
      J. T. Johnson, B. Guner, N. Niamsuwan, The Ohio State University, United States              Session Chair: Andrew C. Marvin

15:40 Break                                                                                        08:00 A05.1 NONLINEARITY ESTIMATION OF ADCS
                                                                                                         F. Jiang, Beijing Meas. Institute, China
16:00 JF.7 RFI AS EXPERIENCED DURING PREPARATIONS FOR THE SMOS
      MISSION                                                                                      08:20 A05.2 EVM AND THROUGHPUT PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT OF
      N. Skou1, S. Misra2, S. S. Soebjaerg1, J. E. Balling1, S. S. Kristensen1                           SIMULTANEOUS TRANSPORTATION OF GSM900, GSM1800, UMTS AND
      1
        National Space Institute, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; 2Space                       WLAN OVER A VCSEL BASED MULTIMODE FIBER LINK
      Physics Research Laboratory, University of Michigan, USA                                           A. G. Nkansah, P. Callaghan, N. J. Gomes, J. Batchelor, D. Wake, University of kent,
                                                                                                         United Kingdom
16:20 JF.8 DETECTION AND MITIGATION OF RADIO FREQUENCY
      INTERFERENCE USING A DIGITAL KURTOSIS                                                        08:40 A05.3 RADIO PROPAGATION MEASUREMENTS BEFORE, DURING, AND
      SPECTROMETER/DETECTOR                                                                              AFTER THE COLLAPSE OF THREE LARGE BUILDING STRUCTURES
      C. Ruf, S. Misra, R. Kroodsma, S. Gross, R. De Roo, University of Michigan, United                 C. L. Holloway, G. Koepke, D. Camell, K. A. Remley, NIST, United States
      States
                                                                                                   09:00 A05.4 PHASE-SHIFTING INTERFEROMETRY FOR RF PHASE
16:40 JF.9 RFI PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS IN SPACEBORNE MICROWAVE                                            MEASUREMENT
      RADIOMETERS                                                                                        K. Will, T. Meyer, A. Omar, O.-v.-G. University of Magdeburg, Germany
      J. R. Piepmeier, NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, United States

17:00 JF.10 RESULTS OF THE U.S. NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL SURVEY                                   Thursday, August 14                   08:00-12:00                                Grand B
      OF THE SCIENTIFIC USES OF THE RADIO SPECTRUM                                                 Session BK
      D. B. Lang, U.S. National Research Council, United States; A. J. Gasiewski,
      University of Colorado at Boulder, United States; M. C. Cohen, California Institute          Future Challenges of Computational Electromagnetics
      of Technology, United States
                                                                                                   Session Chairs: Tapan Sarkar, Magdalena Salazar Palma
Wednesday, August 13                  13:40-17:20                          Columbus KL             08:00 BK.1 NEW BASIS FUNCTIONS FOR THE ELECTROMAGNETIC
Session K02a                                                                                             SOLUTION OF ARBITRARY-SHAPED, THREE DIMENSIONAL
                                                                                                         MATERIAL BODIES USING METHOD OF MOMENTS
Biological Effects of EMF: Antenna Interactions with the Human                                           S. M. Rao, A. I. Mackenzie, M. E. Baginski, Auburn University,, United States
Body and Implanted Systems                                                                         08:20 BK.2 ANALYTICAL ERROR IN PROJECTION OF PLANE WAVES USING
                                                                                                         RWG BASIS FUNCTION ON TRIANGULAR MESH
Session Chairs: Gianluca Lazzi, Cynthia Furse                                                            F.-G. Hu, J. Song, Iowa State University, United States
13:40 K02a.1 MODELING THE MAXIMUM SPECIFIC ABSORPTION RATE IN                                      08:40 BK.3 FAST MULTIPOLE METHOD APPLICATION TO THE SOURCES
      THE HUMAN EYE                                                                                      RECONSTRUCTION METHOD
      L. Liu, N. K. Nikolova, McMaster University, Canada                                                Y. Alvarez, J. A. Lopez, F. Las-Heras, M. R. Pino, University of Oviedo,
                                                                                                         Spain; T. K. Sarkar, Syracuse University, USA


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09:00 BK.4 A MULTILEVEL DIRECT SOLVER FOR QUASI-PLANAR                                          11:20 C08.4 VARIANCE ANALYSIS OF A HIERARCHICAL DECISION-
      SCATTERERS BASED ON THE NON-UNIFORM GRID APPROACH                                               DIRECTED PHASE DETECTOR FOR 16-QAM CONSTELLATION
      E. Winebrand, A. Boag, Tel Aviv University, Israel                                              A. Metref, D. Le GUENNEC, J. Palicot, SUPELEC, France

09:20 Break                                                                                     11:40 C08.5 RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ON COGNITIVE AND
                                                                                                      SOFTWARE RADIO TECHNOLOGIES -DEVICES AND HARDWARE
09:40 BK.5 ENHANCED DOMAIN DECOMPOSITION-MODEL ORDER                                                  PLATFORM -
      REDUCTION METHOD FOR EFFICIENT BROADBAND FULL-WAVE                                              H. Harada, National Instiute of Information and Communication Technology (NICT),
      ANALYSIS OF MULTILAYER PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS                                                   Japan
      S.-H. Lee, J.-M. Jin, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, United States

10:00 BK.6 A PROPERTY OF THE L(C,P,N) NUMBERS AND ITS APPLICATION                               Thursday, August 14                   08:00-12:00                         Columbus AB
      TO WAVEGUIDE PROPAGATION
      G. N. Georgiev, University of Veliko Tirnovo, Bulgaria; M. N. Georgieva-Grosse,           Session D08
      Meterstrasse 4, Germany
                                                                                                Micro and Nanophotonics
10:20 BK.7 PARALLEL MOM USING HIGHER ORDER BASIS FUNCTIONS AND
      PLAPACK OUT-OF-CORE SOLVER FOR A CHALLENGING VIVALDI                                      Session Chair: Franz Kaertner
      ARRAY
      M. C. Taylor, Y. Zhang, T. K. Sarkar, Syracuse University, United                         08:00 D08.1 SILICON NANOPHOTONICS: TOWARDS VLSI PHOTONIC
      States; R. A. van de Geijn, University of Texas at Austin, United States                        INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
                                                                                                      G. Roelkens, W. Bogaerts, D. Taillaert, P. Dumon, L. Liu, S. Selvaraja,
10:40 BK.8 MULTI-PHYSICS SIMULATION FOR RADIO FREQUENCY ION                                           J. Brouckaert, J. Van Campenhout, K. de Vos, P. Debackere, D. Van Thourhout,
      TRAP CHEMICAL SENSING                                                                           R. Baets, IMEC/Ghent University - INTEC Photonics Research Group, Belgium
      W. Xu, J. Maas, W. Chappell, purdue university, United States
                                                                                                08:20 D08.2 MAXIMALLY CONFINED SILICON MICRODISK AND
11:00 BK.9 AGGREGATE-FUNCTIONS MOM APPROACHES FOR THE                                                 MICRORING MODULATORS AND SWITCHES
      ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX BODIES                                                                      M. R. Watts, D. C. Trotter, R. W. Young, Sandia National Labs, United States
      L. Matekovits, P. Pirinoli, G. Vecchi, F. Vipiana, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
                                                                                                08:40 D08.3 "SMART" NANOPHOTONIC ELEMENTS AND ALL-OPTICAL
11:20 BK.10 NONQUADRATIC REQULARIZATION FOR ANTENNA                                                   FEEDBACK CONTROL THROUGH OPTICAL FORCES AND
      MEASUREMENTS PROCESSING                                                                         POTENTIALS
      O. Antropov, V. Borulko, S. Vovk, O. Drobakhin, Dnepropetrovsk National                         M. A. Popović, P. T. Rakich, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), United
      University, Ukraine                                                                             States
11:40 BK.11 A WAVELET-BASED PHASE-SPACE REPRESENTATION OF                                       09:00 D08.4 LIGHT TRANSMISSION THROUGH TWO-DIMENSIONAL
      SOLUTIONS OF WAVE EQUATION                                                                      PHOTONIC QUASICRYSTALS
      M. S. Sidorenko, 'Radioavionika' Corp., Russian Federation; M. V. Perel,                        H.-C. Chang, H.-C. Chang, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
      St.Petersburg University, Russian Federation
                                                                                                09:20 Break

Thursday, August 14                    08:00-09:20                          Columbus GH         09:40 D08.5 NONLINEAR OPTICS IN SI WIRES ON AN SOI PLATFORM
                                                                                                      R. M. Osgood1, O. Chen1, A. Hsieh1, J. I. Dadap1, N. C. Panoiu1, X. Liu1,
Session C07                                                                                           W. M. Green2, Y. Vlasov2, B. Lee1, K. Bergman1
                                                                                                      1
                                                                                                        Columbia University, United States; 2IBM Watson Laboratory, United States
Cognitive Radio and Software Radio
                                                                                                10:00 D08.6 EXPLOITING THE DISPERSION OF SI NANOWAVEGUIDES FOR
Session Chair: John Sydor                                                                             NONLINEAR OPTICS
                                                                                                      A. Gaeta, Cornell University, United States
08:00 C07.1 PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF ADAPTIVE TPC SPECTRUM
      SHARING UNDER MULTICELL ENVIRONMENTS                                                      10:20 D08.7 OPTICAL FREQUENCY COMB GENERATION AND
      H. Fujii, H. Yoshino, NTT DoCoMo, Inc., Japan                                                   STABILIZATION IN A MONOLITHIC MICROCAVITY
                                                                                                      P. Del'Haye, O. Arcizet, A. Schliesser, T. Kippenberg, Max-Planck-Institute for
08:20 C07.2 A NOVEL CORRELATION SUM METHOD FOR COGNITIVE                                              Quantum Optics, Germany
      RADIO SPECTRUM SENSING
      R. K. Sharma, J. W. Wallace, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany                            10:40 D08.8 INVESTIGATION OF DISPERSION EFFECTS IN PROXIMITY
                                                                                                      FIELD NANOPATTERNING LITHOGRAPHY USING THE FINITE
08:40 C07.3 ACTIVE MONITORING AND CONTROL OF TUNABLE CAVITY                                           DIFFERENCE TIME DOMAIN METHOD
      RESONATORS                                                                                      M. F. Su1, I. F. El-Kady1,2, M. M. Reda Taha1,1, K. H. A. Bogart2,
      A. J. Christianson, J. J. Henrie, W. J. Chappell, purdue university, United States              C. G. Christodoulou1
                                                                                                      1
                                                                                                        UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO, United States; 2Sandia National Laboratories,
09:00 C07.4 RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ON COGNITIVE AND
                                                                                                      United States
      SOFTWARE RADIO TECHNOLOGIES -CONCEPT AND PROTOTYPE-
      H. Harada, National Instiute of Information and Communication Technology (NICT),          11:00 D08.9 PHOTONIC HALL EFFECT BY SUPERPARAMAGNETIC
      Japan                                                                                           NANOPARTICLES
                                                                                                      P. Deb, Tezpur University (Central University), India
Thursday, August 14                    10:20-12:00                          Columbus GH         11:20 D08.10 IMAGING AND MANIPULATING CONFINED
Session C08                                                                                           ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS IN PHOTONIC CRYSTAL
                                                                                                      NANOCAVITIES WITH SNOM PROBES
Signal Processing for Software Radio                                                                  B. Cluzel, L. Lalouat, F. de Fornel, Universite de Bourgogne, France

                                                                                                11:40 D08.11 INTEGRATED PHOTONICS IN A SILICON CMOS TECHNOLOGY
Session Chairs: Yves LOUËT, Jaques Palicot
                                                                                                      D. Guckenberger, A. Narasimha, B. Analui, D. Kucharski, Luxtera, Inc., United
10:20 C08.1 TIME-DEPENDENT STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF                                                    States
      MEASUREMENTS FOR THE EVALUATION OF VACANT SPECTRUM
      BANDS
      T. Renk, V. Blaschke, F. K. Jondral, University of Karlsruhe (TH), Germany                Thursday, August 14                   08:00-11:40                         Columbus CD
                                                                                                Session EB
10:40 C08.2 RECONFIGURABLE FILTER BANKS FOR SOFTWARE DEFINED
      RADIO RECEIVERS - AN ALTERNATIVE LOW COMPLEXITY DESIGN                                    EM Modelling for EMC
      TO CONVENTIONAL DFT FILTER BANKS
      M. Raveendranatha Panicker, A. P. Vinod, Nanyang Technological University,                Session Chairs: Christos Christopoulos, Karl Langenberg
      Singapore, Singapore
                                                                                                08:00 EB.1 THE ELECTROMAGNETIC SCATTERING WITHIN SYSTEM
11:00 C08.3 SOFTWARE RADIO ROBUST SIGNAL EXTRACTION:                                                  SIMULATIONS FOR DISTORTIONS OF NAVIGATION, LANDING AND
      NONENERGY MEASURE APPROACH                                                                      RADAR SYSTEMS
      O. Antropov, V. Borulko, S. Vovk, O. Drobakhin, Dnepropetrovsk National                         G. Greving, NAVCOM Consult, Germany
      University, Ukraine
                                                                                                08:20 EB.2 INTERFACING 3D CARTESIAN TLM COMPUTATIONAL REGIONS
                                                                                                      WITH UNSTRUCTURED TETRAHEDRAL LAYERS


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       P. D. Sewell, C. Christopoulos, T. M. Benson, D. W. Thomas, A. Vukovic,                     Thursday, August 14                    11:00-12:00                          Columbus EF
       J. G. Wykes, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
                                                                                                   Session FT
08:40 EB.3 FAST EMI/EMC SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS VIA STOCHASTIC
      COLLOCATION METHODS                                                                          Tutorial F: Ground Penetrating Radar into Real World
      C. Yavuz1, H. Bagci1, J. S. Hesthaven2, E. Michielssen1
      1
        University of Michigan, United States; 2Brown University, United States                    Session Chairs: Piotr Sobieski, Madhu Chandra

09:00 EB.4 SHIELDING EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS OF MULTILAYER                                          11:00 FT.1 GPR (GROUND PENETRATING RADAR) INTO REAL WORLD
      CARBON-FIBER COMPOSITE MATERIALS                                                                   M. Sato, Tohoku University, Japan; A. Yarovoy, Delft University of Technology,
      A. Mehdipour, C. W. Trueman, A. R. Sebak, I. D. Rosca, S. V. Hoa, Concordia                        The Netherlands
      University, Canada

09:20 Break                                                                                        Thursday, August 14                    08:00-12:00                                Grand E

09:40 EB.5 PCB ELECTROMAGNETIC EMISSIONS PREDICTION FROM                                           Session GH
      EQUIVALENT MAGNETIC DIPOLES FOUND FROM NEAR FIELD
      SCANS                                                                                        Radio Sounding Techniques for the Ionosphere and Magnetosphere
      D. W. P. Thomas, K. Biwojno, T. Xin, A. Nothofer, P. Sewell, C. Christopoulos,
      University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
                                                                                                   Session Chairs: L-A McKinnell, Gordon James
                                                                                                   08:00 GH.1 CHALLENGES OF AUTOMATIC IONOGRAM SCALING: LESSONS
10:00 EB.6 EVALUATION AND OPTIMIZATION OF AN EQUIVALENT MODEL
                                                                                                         LEARNED FROM ARTIST-5 EVALUATION
      FOR PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS INSIDE METALLIC ENCLOSURES
                                                                                                         I. A. Galkin, B. W. Reinisch, G. M. Khmyrov, A. V. Kozlov, X. Huang,
      A. J. Lozano1, M. P. Robinson2, A. Daz1, J. V. Balbastre3
      1                                                                                                  V. V. Paznukhov, University of Massachusetts Lowell, Center for Atmospheric
        Universidad Politcnica de Cartagena, Spain; 2University of York, United Kingdom;
      3                                                                                                  Research, United States
        Universidad Politcnica de Valencia, Spain
                                                                                                   08:20 GH.2 A NEW DIGISONDE FOR RESEARCH AND MONITORING
10:20 EB.7 HYBRID S-PARAMETERS FOR EMI/EMC ANALYSIS OF
                                                                                                         APPLICATIONS
      ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS
                                                                                                         B. W. Reinisch, I. A. Galkin, U. Massachusetts Lowell, United States
      Y. Bayram, J. L. Volakis, The Ohio State University, United States; Z. Khan,
      Johnson Controls, United States                                                              08:40 GH.3 WHISTLER MODE SOUNDING OF THE MAGNETOSPHERE:
                                                                                                         MEASUREMENT OF ELECTRON DENSITY, ION COMPOSITION (H+,
10:40 EB.8 BEHAVIORAL MODEL FOR COMMON MODE FILTER AND
                                                                                                         HE+, O+), AND DENSITY IRREGULARITIES ALONG THE
      PERFORMANCE OPTIMIZATION ASPECTS
                                                                                                         GEOMAGNETIC FIELD
      A. Roc'h, H. Bersgma, F. Leferink, University of Twente, Netherlands
                                                                                                         V. S. Sonwalkar, A. Reddy, University of Alaska Fairbanks, United
11:00 EB.9 EMC MODELLING OF RADAR SIGNAL SUSCEPTIBILITY OF                                               States; D. L. Carpenter, Stanford University, United States; B. W. Reinisch,
      CARDIAC PACEMAKERS                                                                                 University of Massachusetts, United States
      S. Schenke1, F. Sabath2, S. Dickmann1
      1                                                                                            09:00 GH.4 A NEW GENERAL PURPOSE HIGH PERFORMANCE HF RADAR
        Helmut-Schmidt-Universitt, Hamburg, Germany; 2Wehrwissenschaftliche Institut f r
                                                                                                         R. N. Grubb, Consultant, United States; R. Livingston, Scion Associates, United
      Schutztechnologien - ABC-Schutz (WIS), Germany
                                                                                                         States; T. W. Bullett, NOAA, United States
11:20 EB.10 NUMERICAL ESTIMATION OF ELECTRIC FIELD DISTRIBUTION
                                                                                                   09:20 Break
      IN WIRELESS OFFICE LANS USING THE FDTD METHOD
      M. Hirono, T. Hikage, L.-R. Harris, T. Nojima, Hokkaido University, Japan                    09:40 GH.5 COORDINATED SPACE-GROUND SOUNDING EXPERIMENTS IN
                                                                                                         THE E-POP SATELLITE MISSION
                                                                                                         G. James, Communications Research Centre Canada, Canada; P. A. Bernhardt,
Thursday, August 14                    08:00-11:00                          Columbus EF                  Naval Research Laboratory, U.S.A.; R. B. Langley, University of New Brunswick,
Session F01                                                                                              Canada

Remote Sensing and Propagation Effects of Vegetation                                               10:00 GH.6 THE EISCAT TROMSO DYNASONDE
                                                                                                         M. T. Rietveld, EISCAT Scientific Association, Norway; J. W. Wright, N. Zabotin,
Session Chairs: Simonetta Paloscia, Mahta Moghaddam                                                      University of Colorado, USA; M. L. V. Pitteway, Brunel University, UK

08:00 F01.1 NEW RESULTS IN MICROWAVE REMOTE SENSING OF                                             10:20 GH.7 USING A DPS AS A COHERENT SCATTER HF RADAR
      VEGETATION                                                                                         L. G. Magnus, L.-A. McKinnell, Hermanus Magnetic Observatory, South Africa
      R. H. Lang1, C. Utku2, M. Kurum1
      1                                                                                            10:40 GH.8 SOUNDING OF THE PLASMASPHERE AND LOW ALTITUDE
        George Washington Uniiversity, United States; 2NASA Goddard Space Flight
                                                                                                         POLAR REGIONS BY THE RADIO PLASMA IMAGER ON THE IMAGE
      Center, United States
                                                                                                         SATELLITE: SOME HIGHLIGHTS
08:20 F01.2 INTERACTIONS OF MICROWAVES WITH FORESTS:                                                     D. L. Carpenter, T. Bell, Stanford University, United States
      SIMULATIONS AT L-BAND
                                                                                                   11:00 GH.9 THE NEW IONOSPHERIC STATION OF TUCUMN: FIRST RESULTS
      L. Guerriero, A. Della Vecchia, P. Ferrazzoli, Tor Vergata University, Italy
                                                                                                         M. Pezzopane1, E. Zuccheretti1, C. Bianchi1, C. Scotto1, B. Zolesi1, M. A. Cabrera2,3,
08:40 F01.3 MULTIFREQUENCY MICROWAVE EMISSION FROM FORESTS                                               R. G. Ezquer2,3
                                                                                                         1
      S. Paloscia, P. Pampaloni, E. Santi, Institute of Applied Physics - National Research                Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Italy; 2CIASUR-FRT, Universidad
      Council - IFAC-CNR, Italy                                                                          Tecnolgica Nacional, Argentina, Italy; 3Laboratorio de Ionosfera, Universidad
                                                                                                         Nacional de Tucumn, Argentina
09:00 F01.4 A PARAMETRIC FOLIAGE PATH-LOSS MODEL
      K. Sarabandi, F. Wang, The University of Michigan, United States                             11:20 GH.10 LESSONS LEARNED FROM PREVIOUS SPACE-BORNE
                                                                                                         SOUNDERS AS A GUIDE TO FUTURE SOUNDER DEVELOPMENT
09:20 Break                                                                                              R. F. Benson1, M. L. Adrian1, M. D. Deshpande1, W. M. Farrell1, S. F. Fung1,
                                                                                                         V. A. Osherovich2, R. F. Pfaff1, D. E. Rowland1
09:40 F01.5 INVERSION OF SOIL MOISTURE PROFILES UNDER TALL                                               1
                                                                                                           NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, United States; 2CUA/Goddard Space Flight
      VEGETATION WITH LOW-FREQUENCY RADAR: THEORY AND                                                    Center, United States
      EXPERIMENT
      M. Moghaddam, Y. Goykhman, The University of Michigan, United States                         11:40 GH.11 A SIMPLE AND LOW-COST SYSTEM, BASED ON DIGITAL RADIO
                                                                                                         MONDIALE STANDARD, FOR THE IMAGING OF SPORADIC-E IN THE
10:00 F01.6 ESTIMATION OF CANOPY ATTENUATION AT L-BAND BY A                                              IONOSPHERE
      TIME-DOMAIN ANALYSIS OF RADAR BACKSCATTER RESPONSE                                                 P. Tognolatti, University of L'Aquila, Italy
      M. Kurum, R. H. Lang, The George Washington University, United
      States; P. E. O'Neill, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, United States
                                                                                                   Thursday, August 14                    08:00-12:00                                Grand F
10:20 F01.7 TOPOGRAPHY EFFECTS ON BRIGHTNESS TEMPERATURE IN
      REMOTE SENSING AT L-BAND                                                                     Session H04
      C. Utku, D. Le Vine, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, United States
                                                                                                   Kinetic Processes at Boundary Layers
10:40 F01.8 {BISTATIC SCATTTERING BY FORESTED AREAS AT LOW
      FREQUENCIES:SIMULATIONS AND INDOOR MEASUREMENTS                                              Session Chairs: B. Lembege, G. Lakhina, K. Quest
      L. Thirion-Lefevre, Supelec, France; E. Colin-Koeniguer, ONERA, France



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08:00 H04.1 WAVE PARTICLE INTERACTIONS IN THE NEAR-EARTH                                            08:40 J04.5 OBSERVATORY REPORT: ASTRON (NETHERLANDS INSTITUTE
      PLASMA SHEET BOUNDARY LAYER AND CONSEQUENCES FOR THE                                                FOR RADIO ASTRONOMY).
      AURORAL ZONE                                                                                        M. A. Garrett, ASTRON, Netherlands
      M. Ashour-Abdalla, D. Schriver, UCLA, United States; J. N. Lebeouf, JNL
      Scientific, United States                                                                     08:50 J04.6 SHANGHAI ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY
                                                                                                          X. Hong, Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
08:20 H04.2 PARTICLE PRECIPITATION IN THE CUSP REGION BEFORE AND
      AFTER AN ABRUPT CHANGE OF THE IMF DIRECTION: RECENT                                           09:00 J04.7 THE EUROPEAN PULSAR TIMING ARRAY
      RESULTS FROM THE CLUSTER MISSION                                                                    I. Cognard1, G. Desvignes1, M. Burgay2, N. D'amico2, G. Janssen3, A. Jessner4,
      C. P. Escoubet1, J. Berchem2, J.-M. Bosqued3, F. Pitout4, M. G. Taylor1, K. Trattner5,              M. Kramer5, A. Lyne5, A. Possenti2, M. Purver5, B. Stappers5, G. Theureau1
                                                                                                          1
      H. Laakso1, A. Masson1, M. Dunlop6, I. Dandouras3, H. Reme3, A. Fazakerley7,                          LPCE - CNRS, France; 2Osservatorio Astronomico di Cagliari, Italy;
                                                                                                          3
      P. Daly8                                                                                              Astronomical Institut 'Anton Pannekoek', Netherlands; 4MPI fur Radioastronomie,
      1
        ESA/ESTEC, Netherlands; 2IGPP/UCLA, USA; 3CESR/CNRS, France; 4LPG,                                Germany; 5University of Manchester, UK
      France; 5Lockheed Martin ATC, USA; 6RAL, UK; 7MSSL, UK; 8MPS, Germany
                                                                                                    09:10 J04.8 STATUS REPORT ON THE NEW ALLEN TELESCOPE ARRAY
08:40 H04.3 RELATIVISTIC ELECTRON ACCELERATION BY WHISTLER-                                               W. J. Welch, UC Berkeley, United States
      MODE CHORUS EMISSIONS IN RADIATION BELTS
                                                                                                    09:20 Break
      Y. Omura, Kyoto University, Japan; D. Summers, Memorial University of
      Newfoundland, Canada                                                                          09:40 J04.9 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN CANADA
                                                                                                          A. D. Gray, National Research Council Canada, Canada
09:00 H04.4 IMPACT OF FORESHOCK TRANSIENT EVENTS ON THE
      TERRESTRIAL BOW SHOCK AND THE MAGNETOPAUSE: ANALYSIS                                          09:50 J04.10 RADIO ASTRONOMY AT TIDBINBILLA
      FROM THE THEMIS MISSION                                                                             S. Horiuchi, G. Baines, L. Cameron, Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex
      C. Mazelle, CESR / CNRS, France                                                                     /Raytheon Australia, Australia; D. Jauncey, CSIRO, Australia
09:20 Break                                                                                         10:00 J04.11 COMMUNICATIONS, RADIO ASTRONOMY AND SCIENCE
                                                                                                          MUSEUM
09:40 H04.5 CLUSTER OBSERVATIONS AND SIMULATIONS OF KINETIC
                                                                                                          J. A. Dalmau, J. K. Ishitsuka, E. D. Vidal, J. Espinoza, Instituto Geofisico del Peru,
      PROCESSES AT THE EARTHS BOW SHOCK
                                                                                                          Peru
      H. Kucharek, B. Miao, E. Moebius, University of New Hampshire, United States
                                                                                                    10:10 J04.12 RECENT TECHNICAL AND SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENTS AT
10:00 H04.6 ELECTROSTATIC SOLITARY STRUCTURES NEAR AND AT
                                                                                                          THE ARIZONA RADIO OBSERVATORY
      EARTH'S BOW SHOCK
                                                                                                          R. W. Freund, L. M. Ziurys, E. F. Lauria, G. P. Reiland, University of Arizona,
      J. S. Pickett1, L. L-J. Chen2, I. W. Christopher1, S. S. Ghosh3, B. Grison4,
                                                                                                          United States
      D. A. Gurnett1, G. S. Lakhina3, B. Lavraud5, A. Masson6, O. Santolik7,
      B. T. Tsurutani8, D. L. Winningham9                                                           10:20 J04.13 PRIORITIES AND PROGRESS AT THE NAIC/ARECIBO
      1
        The University of Iowa, United States; 2University of New Hampshire, United States;               OBSERVATORY
      3
        Indian Institute of Geomagnetism, India; 4CETP, France; 5CESR/CNRS, France;                       R. L. Brown, National Astronomy & Ionosphere Center, United States
      6
        ESA/ESTEC, Netherlands; 7Charles University and IAP/CAS, Czech Republic; 8Jet
      Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, United States;                     10:30 J04.14 RADIO ASTRONOMY IN NEW ZEALAND: COOPERATION,
      9
        Southwest Research Institute, United States                                                       SCIENCE, AND THE ROADMAP TOWARDS THE SKA
                                                                                                          S. Gulyaev, T. Natusch, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
10:20 H04.7 ELECTRON BEAMS AND LANGMUIR WAVES UPSTREAM OF
      COLLISIONLESS SHOCKS                                                                          10:40 J04.15 ATNF, CSIRO OBSERVATORIES REPORT, 2005-2008
      S. D. Bale1, M. Pulupa1, M. Maksimovic2, R. P. Lin1                                                 A. Tzioumis, ATNF, CSIRO, Australia
      1
        UC Berkeley, United States; 2Obs de Paris, Meudon, France
                                                                                                    10:50 J04.16 OBSERVATORY REPORT FROM THE GMRT
10:40 H04.8 CLUSTER MULTI-SPACECRAFT ANALYSIS OF SPATIAL SCALES                                           Y. Gupta, National Centre for Radio Astrophysics, India
      OF LANGMUIR WAVEPACKETS IN THE FORESHOCK
      J. Soucek, O. Santolik, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Czech                               11:00 J04.17 HARTEBEESTHOEK RADIO ASTRONOMY OBSERVATORY
      Republic; T. Dudok de Wit, V. Krasnoselskikh, LPCE - CNRS, France; J. S. Pickett,                   R. S. Booth, Hartebeesthoek Radio Astronomy Observatory, South Africa
      University of Iowa, USA
                                                                                                    11:10 J04.18 OBSERVATORY REPORT TO THE XXIXTH URSI GENERAL
11:00 H04.9 MAGNETOPAUSE DYNAMICS STUDIED THROUGH 2D HYBRID                                               ASSEMBLY, THE NATIONAL RADIO OBSERVATORY
      SIMULATIONS                                                                                         F. K. Y. Lo, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, United States
      R. Smets, J. Petri, N. Aunai, G. Belmont, cnrs, France

11:20 H04.10 DEMONSTRATION OF X-LINE RETREAT BY A LARGE SCALE                                       Thursday, August 14                    08:00-12:00                           Columbus KL
      FULL PARTICLE SIMULATION                                                                      Session K02b
      I. Shinohara1, M. Oka2, K. G. Tanaka1, M. Fujimoto1
      1
        Institute of Space and Astronautical Science/Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency,            Biological Effects of EMF: Molecular, Cellular, Animal
      Japan; 2University of California Riverside, USA
                                                                                                    Session Chair: Jitendra Behari
11:40 H04.11 ELECTRODYNAMICS IN A VERY THIN CURRENT SHEET:
      COMPARISON BETWEEN CLUSTER OBSERVATIONS AND                                                   08:00 K02b.1 CHANGES IN BIOCHEMICAL MEASUREMENTS DUE TO
      SIMULATIONS                                                                                         ELECTRICAL STIMULATION OF OVARIECTOMIZED RAT BONES
      N. Singh, University of Alabama, Huntsville, United States                                          J. Behari, J. Manjhi, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India

                                                                                                    08:20 K02b.2 DNA STRAND BREAKS IN RAT BRAIN CELLS EXPOSED TO
Thursday, August 14                    08:00-11:20                                Grand A                 LOW LEVEL MICROWAVE RADIATION
Session J04                                                                                               J. Behari, R. Paulraj, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India

                                                                                                    08:40 K02b.3 REAL-TIME MEASUREMENT OF CYTOSOLIC FREE CALCIUM
Observatory Reports                                                                                       CONCENTRATION IN DEM-TREATED HL-60 CELLS DURING STATIC
                                                                                                          MAGNETIC FIELD EXPOSURE AND ACTIVATION BY ATP
Session Chair: Subramaniam Ananthakrishnan
                                                                                                          C. Rozanski1,2, M. Belton1, F. S. Prato1,3,2, C. J. L. Jeffrey1,2
                                                                                                          1
08:00 J04.1 PRESENT STATUS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS OF ONSALA                                                  Lawson Health Research Institute, Canada; 2University of Western Ontario,
      SPACE OBSERVATORY, SWEDEN                                                                           Canada; 3St. Joseph's Health Care, Canada
      M. Lindqvist, H. Olofsson, Onsala Space Observatory, Sweden
                                                                                                    09:00 K02b.4 ELECTRIC ACTIVITY OF YEAST CELLS IN LOW KHZ REGION
08:10 J04.2 REPORT ON THE ACTIVITIES OF THE NANCAY                                                        M. Cifra1,2, J. Pokorny2, F. Jelinek2, J. Hasek3, J. Simsa2
                                                                                                          1
      RADIOASTRONOMY STATION DURING THE LAST 3 YEARS                                                        Czech Technical Univeristy, Prague, Czech Republic; 2Institute of Photonics and
      N. Cornilleau-Wehrlin, Station de Radioastronomie de Nancay, France                                 Electronics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic; 3Institute
                                                                                                          of Microbiology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic
08:20 J04.3 THE SUBMILLIMETER ARRAY - OBSERVATORY REPORT
      R. Blundell, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, United States                             09:20 Break

08:30 J04.4 OVRO AND CARMA                                                                          09:40 K02b.5 EFFECT OF WHOLE BODY MAGNETIC FIELD EXPOSURE ON
      D. C. C-J. Bock, Combined Array for Research in Millimeter-wave Astronomy,                          THE SENSORI-MOTOR RECOVERY IN SPINALISED RATS
      United States; D. P. Woody, California Institute of Technology, United States                       S. Kumar1, S. Jain1, J. Behari2, M. Behari1, A. Vallre3, A. Gupta1, R. Mathur1


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       1
           All India Institute of Medical Science, India; 2Jawaharlal Nehru University, India;        13:40 BKF.1 ANALYSIS OF THE UNCERTAINTY ON THE SPECIFIC
       3
           Pavlov Institute of Physiology, Russia                                                           ABSORPTION RATE USING THE STOCHASTIC COLLOCATION
                                                                                                            METHOD ASSOCIATED WITH THE FDTD METHOD
10:00 K02b.6 EXTREMELY LOW FREQUENCY MAGNETIC FIELD EFFECTS                                                 J. Silly-Carette1, D. Lautru2, M. F. Wong1, A. Gati1, J. Wiart1, V. Fouad Hanna2
      ON MICROCIRCULATION AND CIRCULATION                                                                   1
                                                                                                              Orange Labs R&D, France; 2UPMC Univ Paris 06, France
      J. C. McKay1,2, K. Tyml2, F. S. Prato1,2, A. W. Thomas1,2
      1
        Lawson Health Research Institute, Canada; 2The University of Western Ontario,                 14:00 BKF.2 NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE INFLUENCE OF THE
      Canada                                                                                                HANDSET/PHANTOM POSITIONING ERROR ON SAR CALCULATIONS
                                                                                                            V. Monebhurrun, SUPELEC, France; M.-F. Wong, J. Wiart, France Telecom R&D,
10:20 K02b.7 EXPERIMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF MOBILE RADIO                                                        France
      MODULATED MICROWAVES EXPOSURE EFFECTS ON HYDROXYL
      RADICAL PRODUCTION WITHIN HUMAN LEUKOCYTE CELLS                                                 14:20 BKF.3 USE OF GENERALIZED EXTREME VALUE DISTRIBUTION TO
      T. Hikage, Y. Kawamura, T. Nojima, Hokkaido University, Japan                                         MODEL THE MAXIMUMS OF THE FIELD INSIDE A REVERBERATION
                                                                                                            CHAMBER
10:40 K02b.8 MICROWAVE IRRADIATION ENHANCES PEROXIDASE                                                      G. Orjubin, Universite Francaise d Egypte, Egypt; M.-F. Wong, France Telecom
      ACTIVITY OF CYTOCHROME C                                                                              R&D, France
      G. G. Borisenko1,2, K. D. Kazarinov1
      1
        Research Kotelnikov Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics of the Russian              14:40 BKF.4 PROBABILISTIC STUDY OF FULLY STOCHASTIC
      Academy of Science, Russian Federation; 2Research Institute of Physico-Chemical                       ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERACTIONS: COUPLING BETWEEN A
      Medicine, Russian Federation                                                                          STOCHASTIC PEC PLATE AND A STOCHASTIC INCIDENT PLANE
                                                                                                            WAVE
11:00 K02b.9 REVIEW OF EXPOSURE SETUPS FOR BIOLOGICAL                                                       O. O. Sy, M. V. Beurden, A. Tijhuis, Eindhoven University of Technology,
      EXPERIMENTS IN THE RADIOFREQUENCY RANGE: SPECIFICATIONS                                               Netherlands; B. Michielsen, ONERA, France
      AND EMERGING TRENDS
      A. Paffi1, R. Pinto2, M. Liberti1, F. Apollonio1, G. A. Lovisolo2, G. d'Inzeo1                  15:00 BKF.5 STATISTICAL ANTENNA MODELLING
      1
        Inter-University Center of Electromagnetic Fields and Biosystems (ICEmB), Italy;                    A. Sibille, ENSTA-ParisTech, France
      2
        Section of Toxicology and biomedical sciences, Italy
                                                                                                      15:20 BKF.6 EFFECTS OF SEA CLUTTER ON ATMOSPHERIC REFRACTIVITY
11:20 K02b.10 EXTREMELY LOW FREQUENCY MAGNETIC FIELDS                                                       ESTIMATION
      ENHANCE CYTOKINE-MEDIATED BETA-CELL DYSFUNCTION                                                       C. Yardim, P. Gerstoft, W. S. Hodgkiss, University of California, San Diego, United
      T. Sakurai, T. Kiyokawa, J. Miyakoshi, Hirosaki University, Japan                                     States

11:40 K02b.11 QUANTIFICATION OF ELECTRIC-FIELD-INDUCED
      MOLECULAR UPTAKE KINETICS IN HUMAN LEUKEMIA CELLS AND                                           Thursday, August 14                   13:40-15:20                          Columbus GH
      THE REGULATORY INFLUENCE OF ELECTRIC FIELD
                                                                                                      Session C05b
      HETEROGENEITY
      S. M. Kennedy, Z. Ji, J. C. Hedstrom, J. H. Booske, S. C. Hagness, University of
      Wisconsin-Madison, United States                                                                Ultrawideband Systems II
                                                                                                      Session Chairs: Lutz Lampe, Dennis Goeckel
Thursday, August 14                       13:40-14:40                           Columbus IJ           13:40 C05b.1 ACCURACY ENHANCEMENT OF UWB INDOOR LOCALIZATION
Session AT                                                                                                  SYSTEM VIA ARRANGEMENT OF BASE STATIONS
                                                                                                            C. Zhang, M. Kuhn, B. Merkl, A. E. Fathy, M. Mahfouz, University of Tennessee,
Tutorial A: From Nanoscience to Nanometrology and Its Impact on                                             United States
Electrical Metrology
                                                                                                      14:00 C05b.2 A SPARSE ESTIMATION TECHNIQUE FOR NEAR FIELD UWB
Session Chair: P BANERJEE                                                                                   TARGET DETECTION IN MEDICAL IMAGING
                                                                                                            J. W. Wallace, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany
13:40 AT.1 FROM NANOSCIENCE TO NANOMETROLOGY AND ITS IMPACT
      ON ELECTRICAL METROLOGY                                                                         14:20 C05b.3 DEVELOPMENT OF ULTRA-WIDEBAND (UWB) FILTERS
      J.-T. Janssen, National Physical Laboratory, United Kingdom                                           S. Huang, Y. H. Lee, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

                                                                                                      14:40 C05b.4 GENERATION OF ULTRA-WIDEBAND CHAOTIC PULSES BY
                                                                                                            MEANS OF PARAMETER MODULATION OF CHAOTIC OSCILLATOR
Thursday, August 14                       14:40-15:40                           Columbus IJ                 N. V. Atanov, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russian
Session ACa                                                                                                 Federation; A. S. Dmitriev, E. V. Efremova, L. V. Kuzmin, Institute of Radio-
                                                                                                            engineering and Electronics of RAS, Russian Federation
Measurement Methods and Model Extractions for Wireless Systems
I                                                                                                     15:00 C05b.5 GENERATION OF ULTRAWIDEBAND MICROWAVE CHAOTIC
                                                                                                            OSCILLATIONS BY RING-STRUCTURE OSCILLATION SYSTEM
Session Chairs: Reiner Thomae, Michael Jensen                                                               COMPOSED OF MICROCHIP AMPLIFIERS
                                                                                                            A. Y. Nickishov, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russian
14:40 ACa.1 DEVELOPMENT OF REAL-TIME PROPAGATION                                                            Federation; A. I. Panas, Institute of Radio-Engineering and Electronics, Russian
      MEASUREMENT SYSTEM FOR ELECTRIC TOLL COLLECTING (ETC)                                                 Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation
      SYSTEM
      M. Kim, J.-I. Takada, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan; T. Ando, R. Soma,
      Nippon Expressway Research Institute Co. Ltd., Japan                                            Thursday, August 14                   13:40-15:40                          Columbus AB
                                                                                                      Session D09
15:00 ACa.2 A DYNAMIC MULTI-LINK MIMO MEASUREMENT SYSTEM FOR
      5.3 GHZ
      P. Almers1, K. Haneda2, J. Koivunen2, V.-M. Kolmonen2, A. F. Molisch1,3,
                                                                                                      MEMS and NEMS Components
      A. Richter2, J. Salmi2, F. Tufvesson1, P. Vainikainen2                                          Session Chairs: Roberto Sorrentino, Fabio Coccetti
      1
        Lund University, Sweden; 2TKK Helsinki University of Technology, Finland;
      3
        Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories (MERL), USA                                         13:40 D09.1 RF MEMS: AN ENABLING TECHNOLOGY FOR
                                                                                                            RECONFIGURABLE RADIO FRONT ENDS
15:20 ACa.3 A PROPAGATION MEASUREMENT SET-UP FOR MIMO SYSTEM
                                                                                                            H. A. C. Tilmans, IMEC, Belgium
      CHANNEL CHARACTERIZATION AND PRELIMINARY RESULTS
      W. J. Turney, L. T. Malek, N. E. Buris, Motorola, United States                                 14:00 D09.2 RF MEMS SWITCHES AND SWITCH MATRICES
                                                                                                            R. R. Mansour, University of Waterloo, Canada
Thursday, August 14                       13:40-15:40                                 Grand B         14:20 D09.3 RF-MEMS AND RF-MST FOR ADVANCED COMMUNICATION IN
Session BKF                                                                                                 EUROPE
                                                                                                            F. Coccetti, LAAS/CNR4S, France; R. Sorrentino, University of Perugia, Italy
Stochastic Modeling and Uncertainty Management in                                                     14:40 D09.4 FROM MEMS TO NEMS: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Electromagnetics                                                                                            A. M. Ionescu, EPFL, Switzerland,
Session Chairs: Wong Man-Fai, Joe Wiart                                                               15:00 D09.5 ON NANOELECTROMECHANICAL SYSTEMS (NEMS)
                                                                                                            H. J. De Los Santos, NanoMEMS Research, LLC, United States



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15:20 D09.6 ANALYTICAL MODELING OF HIGHLY LOADED EVANESCENT-                                     Thursday, August 14                    13:40-15:40                                 Grand E
      MODE CAVITY RESONATORS FOR WIDELY TUNABLE HIGH-Q
      FILTER APPLICATIONS                                                                        Session G04b
      H. Joshi, H. H. Sigmarsson, W. J. Chappell, Purdue University, United States
                                                                                                 Assimilation and Imaging of the Ionosphere and Plasmasphere II

Thursday, August 14                    13:40-15:40                         Columbus CD
                                                                                                 Session Chairs: G Bust, Norbert Jakowski, M Codrescu
Session E03                                                                                      13:40 G04b.1 3D TOMOGRAPHY OF THE EARTH'S PLASMASPHERE USING
                                                                                                       TEC FROM LEO SATELLITES
Electromagnetic Noise and Interference Control                                                         D. A. Galvan1, Y. Yang2, C. Wang2, M. B. Moldwin1, B. A. Iijima3, P. A. Webb4
                                                                                                       1
                                                                                                         University of California, Los Angeles, United States; 2University of Southern
Session Chairs: Alexander van Deursen, Ferran Silva                                                    California, United States; 3NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, United States; 4NASA
                                                                                                       Goddard Space Flight Center, United States
13:40 E03.1 SHIELDING AND DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF
      FERROMAGNETIC CONDUCTING POLYANILINE/PVA FILM IN 12.4-18                                   14:00 G04b.2 MAPPING TECHNIQUE FOR THE USTEC-DERIVED FIELD OF
      GHZ                                                                                              VELOCITY OF TEC REDISTRIBUTION
      K. Singh, A. Ohlan, S. K. Dhawan, National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi,                       E. Afraimovich1, E. Astafyeva1,2, I. Zhivetiev3, I. Edemsky1
      India; A. K. Bakhshi, University of Delhi, India                                                 1
                                                                                                         Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics SB RAS, Russian Federation; 2Hokkaido
                                                                                                       University, Japan; 3Institute of Cosmophysical Research and Radiowave
14:00 E03.2 MICROWAVE ABSORPTION STUDIES ON COBALT IRON NANO-                                          Propagation, FEB RAS, Russian Federation
      ALLOYS
      V. Kumar, R. P. Pant, A. Rana, V. Kumar, National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi,          14:20 G04b.3 GLOBAL ASSIMILATIVE IONOSPHERIC MODELING AND THE
      India                                                                                            TINY IONOSPHERIC PHOTOMETER ON THE COSMIC
                                                                                                       CONSTELLATION
14:20 E03.3 IMPULSIVE NOISE ENVIRONMENT OF HIGH VOLTAGE                                                C. Coker, K. F. Dymond, S. A. Budzien, D. Chua, Naval Research Laboratory,
      ELECTRICITY TRANSMISSION SUBSTATIONS AND ITS IMPACT OF                                           United States; X. Pi, A. Komjathy, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, United
      THE PERFORMANCE OF ZIGBEE                                                                        States; G. S. Bust, Atmospheric & Space Technology Research Associates, United
      Q. Shan1, I. A. Glover1, P. J. Moore1, I. E. Portugues2, M. Judd1, R. Rutherford3,               States
      R. J. Watson4
      1
        University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom; 2Elimpus Ltd, United Kingdom;                 14:40 G04b.4 TOMOGRAPHY-MODEL COUPLING TO STUDY AN
      3
        Scottish Power, United Kingdom; 4University of Bath, United Kingdom                            IONOSPHERIC STORM
                                                                                                       C. N. Mitchell, N. D. Smith, D. Pokhotelov, C. J. Budd, University of Bath, United
14:40 E03.4 INFLUENCE OF THE DEFECT VALUE PARAMETER ON                                                 Kingdom
      ACCURACY OF BREAKDOWN THERMAL MODELS FOR ICS UNDER
      HEMP ACTION                                                                                15:00 G04b.5 NONLINEAR IONOSPHERIC REMOVAL OF BROADBAND
      V. I. Zhuravliov, V. F. Alexeev, Belarusian State University of Informatics and                  SATELLITE DATA USING FORTE
      Radioelectronics, Belarus                                                                        S. Close, LANL, United States; G. Bust, ASTRA, United States; A. Jacobson,
                                                                                                       University of Washington, United States
15:00 E03.5 SHIELDING EFFECTIVENESS FORMULATION BASED ON
      NONUNIFORM TRANSMISSION LINE THEORY AND ITS APPLICATION                                    15:20 G04b.6 ESTIMATION OF LOW LATITUDE IONOSPHERIC TEC FROM
      D. Shi, Y. Shen, Y. Gao, Beijng University of posts & telecommunications, China                  DUAL FREQUENCY GPS OBSERVATIONS BY USING ADAPTIVE
                                                                                                       KALMAN FILTERING TECHNIQUE
15:20 E03.6 EVALUATION OF MULTIPATH EFFECTS ON INTERFERENCE                                            R. Anandraj1, M. R. Ananthasayanam2, P. R. Mahapatra2, P. Soma1
      CANCELLATION IN GNSS USING SPACE-TIME BASED ARRAY                                                1
                                                                                                         ISTRAC / ISRO, India; 2Indian Institute of Science, India
      PROCESSING
      P. Xia, M. Ghogho, School of EEE, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
                                                                                                 Thursday, August 14                    13:40-15:40                                 Grand F
Thursday, August 14                    13:40-15:40                          Columbus EF          Session HG2

Session F06                                                                                      Dusty Plasmas
Sub-millimetric and Terahertz propagation                                                        Session Chairs: Paul Bernhardt, M. Rosenberg
Session Chairs: Stanislav Zvanovec, Milos Mazanek                                                13:40 HG2.1 RADAR BACKSCATTER FROM UNDERDENSE METEORS AND
                                                                                                       DIFFUSION RATES
13:40 F06.1 OVERVIEW OF CHALLENGES IN CHANNEL AND PROPAGATION                                          W. Singer1, R. Latteck1, N. J. Mitchell2, J. Fiedler1
      CHARACTERIZATION BEYOND 100 GHZ FOR WIRELESS                                                     1
                                                                                                         Leibniz Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Germany; 2University of Bath, UK
      COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
      R. Piesiewicz, M. Jacob, T. Kuerner, Technical University of Braunschweig,                 14:00 HG2.2 INSTABILITIES IN IONOSPHERIC DUSTY PLASMAS
      Germany                                                                                          M. Rosenberg, University of California, San Diego, United States

14:00 F06.2 HIGHER MODES OF SUB-MILLIMETRIC FABRY-PEROT                                          14:20 HG2.3 THE CHARGED AEROSOL RELEASE EXPERIMENT
      RESONATOR                                                                                        P. A. Bernhardt, Naval Research Laboratory, United States
      P. Piksa, S. Zvanovec, P. Pechac, M. Mazanek, Czech Technical University in
      Prague, Czech Republic                                                                     14:40 HG2.4 EARLY TIME EVOLUTION OF ARTIFICIALLY CREATED DUSTY
                                                                                                       SPACE PLASMAS
14:20 F06.3 LABORATORY SPECTROSCOPIC MEASUREMENT OF WATER                                              W. A. Scales, Virginia Tech, United States
      VAPOR FOR THE TERAHERTZ-WAVE PROPAGATION MODEL
      T. Seta, J. Mendrok, Y. Kasai, National Institute of Information and                       15:00 HG2.5 DUST ACOUSTIC WAVE (DAW) EXPERIMENTS AT THE
      Communications Technology (NICT), Japan                                                          UNIVERSITY OF IOWA
                                                                                                       R. L. Merlino1, R. Fisher2, E. Thomas Jr2, S.-H. Kim1, J. R. Heinrich1,
14:40 F06.4 A MODEL OF SOLAR RADIATION FLUX IN THE 150 NM TO 3000                                      M. Rosenberg3
                                                                                                       1
      NM BAND FOR THE PURPOSE OF EVAPORATION OF LIQUID WATER                                             University of Iowa, United States; 2Auburn University, United States; 3University of
      DROPLETS IN RADIATIVE FOG USING GROUND-BASED REMOTE                                              California at San Diego, United States
      ATMOSPHERIC MEASUREMENTS
      P. K. Pasricha, B. S. Gera, H. K. Maini, T. John, A. B. Ghosh, National Physical           15:20 HG2.6 ION FOCUSING BEHIND CHARGED OBSTACLES IN A PLASMA
      Laboratory, India                                                                                FLOW
                                                                                                       P. Guio, University College London, UK; W. J. Miloch, H. L. Pecseli, J. K. Trulsen,
15:00 F06.5 EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF ATMOSPHERIC VISIBILITY AND                                           University of Oslo, Norway
      OPTICAL WAVE ATTENUATION FOR FREE-SPACE OPTICS
      COMMUNICATIONS
      M. Grabner, V. Kvicera, TESTCOM, Czech Republic                                            Thursday, August 14                    13:40-15:40                                Grand A

15:20 F06.6 ULTRA WIDEBAND INDOOR RADIO PROPAGATION CHANNEL                                      Session JG
      ANALYSIS USING A 3-D BEAM TRACING METHOD - PRELIMINARY
      RESULTS                                                                                    Low Frequency Radio Astronomy and the Ionosphere
      F. J. B. Barros, E. P. O. Costa, G. L. Siqueira, Pontifcia Universidade Catolica do
                                                                                                 Session Chairs: Bill Junor, Ger de Bruyn, Pramesh Rao
      Rio de Janeiro, Brazil



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13:40 JG.1 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN MID-LATITUDE IONOSPHERIC                                               Y. Li, H. Ling, The University of Texas at Austin, United States
      PHYSICS AND THE ROLE OF A LOW FREQUENCY ARRAY
      M. C. Kelley, Cornell University, United States; W. Junor, Los Alamos National            BPS1.5 A LOW PROFILE, MULTI-BAND YAGI ANTENNA WITH HIGH GAIN
      Laboratory, United States                                                                       CHARACTERISTIC OVER AN EBG GROUND PLANE
                                                                                                      J. Kim, S. Lim, M. F. Iskander, J. M. Bell, University of Hawaii at Manoa, United
14:00 JG.2 IONOSPHERIC MEASUREMENTS FROM THE VLA LOW-                                                 States
      FREQUENCY SKY SURVEY
      A. S. Cohen, Naval Research Laboratory, United States; H. J. A. Rottgering, Leiden        BPS1.6 EFFECT OF ANTENNA CONFIGURATION IN MULTIPLE INPUT
      University, Netherlands                                                                         MULTIPLE OUTPUT (MIMO) COMMUNICATION SYSTEM AND THE
                                                                                                      RELEVANCE OF ELECTROMAGNETICS IN COMMUNICATION
14:20 JG.3 INVESTIGATION OF VLSS IONOSPHERIC MEASUREMENTS WITH                                        SYSTEM DESIGN
      OTHER IONOSPHERIC MEASUREMENTS                                                                  A. De1, S. Burintramart1, N. Yilmazer2, T. K. Sarkar1
      T. L. Gaussiran, D. C. Munton, M. H. Montgomery, R. S. Calfas, Applied Research                 1
                                                                                                        Syracuse University, United States; 2Texas A&M University-Kingsville, United
      Laboratories, The University of Texas at Austin, United States; A. Cohen, Naval                 States
      Research Laboratory, United States
                                                                                                BPS1.7 EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT MODEL AND EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS
14:40 JG.4 IONOSPHERIC MODELING FOR CURRENT AND FUTURE RADIO                                          OF AN ULTRAWIDEBAND HYBRID EBG/FERRITE GROUND PLANE
      TELESCOPES                                                                                      J. M. Bell, M. F. Iskander, University of Hawaii at Manoa, United States
      J. M. Anderson, Max Planck Institut fuer Radioastronomie,
      Germany; T. LIONS Group, LOFAR, Netherlands                                               BPS1.8 DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF ADVANCED WIRELESS
                                                                                                      COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS UTILIZING THE HYBRID SMART-
15:00 JG.5 APPLICATION OF THE IONOSPHERIC TOMOGRAPHIC                                                 ANTENNA ALGORITHM
      INVERSION METHOD MIDAS TO RADIO ASTRONOMY                                                       N. Celik, M. F. Iskander, Z. Yun, University Of Hawaii, United States
      Z. T. Katamzi, P. Spencer, C. N. Mitchell, University of Bath, United Kingdom
                                                                                                BPS1.9 EVALUATION OF A BROADBAND RADIO DIRECTION FINDING
15:20 JG.6 IONOSPHERIC APPLICATIONS OF THE MURCHISON WIDEFIELD                                        SYSTEM FOR APPLICATION TO BODY-BORNE GEOLOCATION
      ARRAY (MWA)                                                                                     A. C. Lalezari1, F. Lalezari2, D. S. Filipovic1
      A. J. Coster, P. Erickson, D. Oberoi, J. Salah, MIT Haystack Observatory, United                1
                                                                                                        University of Colorado, Boulder, United States; 2First RF Corporation, United
      States; D. Herne, Curtin University of Technology, Australia                                    States

                                                                                                BPS1.10 USING CONFORMAL SHAPE, SEPARATE AND DYNAMICAL
Thursday, August 14                   13:40-15:40                          Columbus KL                APODIZATION AND SMART ANTENA TECHNOLOGY FOR IMPROVING
                                                                                                      ARRAY CHARACTERISTICS
Session K04b                                                                                          I. Y. Sergeev, IZMIRAN, Russian Federation; Y. S. Ushakov, RNIUP "Luch",
                                                                                                      Republic of Belarus; E. I. Demidenko, Moscow State University, Russian
Biomedical Applications: Brain Imaging and Brain Mapping                                              Federation
Session Chairs: Shoogo Ueno, Frank Prato
13:40 K04b.1 A TRUST REGION METHOD FOR EIT APPLICATION FOR                                      Thursday, August 14                      15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall
      HUMAN BRAIN                                                                               Session BPS2                                                                Poster Session
      M. Goharian1, M. Soleimani2, G. R. Moran3, C. N. Mitchell2
      1
        Tom Baker Cancer Centre, Canada; 2University of Bath, England; 3Hamilton                Reflectarrays
      Health Sciences, Canada
                                                                                                BPS2.1 BROADBAND PRINTED REFLECTARRAY ANTENNA
14:00 K04b.2 RECENT ADVANCES IN IMPEDANCE MRI                                                         P. De Vita, A. Freni, Univerity of Florence, Italy; G. Dassano, P. Pirinoli,
      S. Ueno, Kyushu University, Japan; M. Sekino, University of Tokyo, Japan                        Politecnico di Torino, Italy; R. E. Zich, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
14:20 K04b.3 RECENT ADVANCES IN ELECTRIC CURRENT MRI                                            BPS2.2 DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF RECONFIGURABLE
      M. Sekino, S. Yamaguchi-Sekino, H. Ohsaki, The University of Tokyo,                             REFLECTARRAY ELEMENT USING MEMS TECHNOLOGY
      Japan; S. Ueno, Kyushu University, Japan                                                        H. Rajagopalan, Y. Rahmat-Samii, University of California Los Angeles, United
                                                                                                      States
14:40 K04b.4 APPLICATION OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY IN
      THE MENTAL DISEASES OF SCHIZOPHRENIA AND AUTISM                                           BPS2.3       ANALYSIS OF ANNULAR RING BASED REFLECTARRAY
      D. J. Drost, P. Williamson, R. Nicolson, University of Western Ontario, Canada                     ELEMENTS
                                                                                                         P. Pirinoli, M. Orefice, A. Drocco, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
15:00 K04b.5 MOLECULAR IMAGING WITH MRI AND REPORTER GENE
      EXPRESSION                                                                                BPS2.4 MILLIMETER WAVE REFLECTARRAYS
      F. S. Prato1, C. Lemaire2, S. Dhanvantari1, R. T. Thompson1, D. E. Goldhawk1                    C. Migliaccio, J. Lanteri, J.-Y. Dauvignac, C. Pichot, LEAT / UNS-CNRS UMR 6071,
      1
        Lawson Health Research Institute, Canada; 2University of Waterloo, Canada                     France
15:20 K04b.6 RECENT ADVANCES IN MAGNETIC STIMULATION AND                                        BPS2.5 AN EFFICIENT APPROACH TO THE SOLUTION OF A SEMI-
      MAPPING OF THE BRAIN                                                                            INFINITE STRIP GRATING PRINTED ON INFINITE GROUNDED SLAB
      R. J. Ilmoniemi, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland                                     EXCITED BY A SURFACE WAVE
                                                                                                      F. Caminita, M. Nannetti, S. Maci, University of Siena, Italy

Thursday, August 14                   15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall        BPS2.6 NEURAL NETWORK CHARACTERIZATION OF MICROSTRIP
                                                                                                      PATCHES FOR REFLECTARRAY OPTIMIZATION
Session BPS1                                                             Poster Session
                                                                                                      D. Caputo1, A. Pirisi1, D. Monopoli1, M. Mussetta2, R. E. Zich1
                                                                                                      1
                                                                                                        Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 2Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Antenna Design and Propagation Modeling for Advanced Wireless
Systems                                                                                         BPS2.7 ELECTROMAGNETICALLY FUNCTIONALIZED COLLOIDAL
                                                                                                      DISPERSIONS AND MICROFLUIDIC RECONFIGURATION
Session Chair: Zhengqing Yun                                                                          MECHANISMS FOR PHASE-RECONFIGURABLE REFLECTARRAY
                                                                                                      ELEMENTS
BPS1.1 MULTI-BAND FREQUENCY RECONFIGURABLE PLANAR
                                                                                                      G. H. Huff, Texas A&M University, United States
      INVERTED-F ANTENNA DESIGNS
      D. Yang, J. Liang, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States

BPS1.2 STUDY OF CONFORMAL INTEGRATION POSITIONS FOR                                             Thursday, August 14                      15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall
      MULTIBAND AND FREQUENCY RECONFIGURABLE ANTENNAS                                           Session BPS3                                                                Poster Session
      M. J. Slater1, H. K. Pan2, J. Kolinski2, J. T. Bernhard1
      1
        University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States; 2Intel Corporation,          EM Signature of Edge Structures for Detection of Man-made Objects
      United States                                                                             Hidden in Complex Environments
BPS1.3 ARCHIMEDEAN SPIRAL ANTENNA WITH AN EXTREMELY                                             BPS3.1 MULTILEVEL TIME DOMAIN PHYSICAL OPTICS FOR NON LINEAR
      SHALLOW CAVITY                                                                                  SCATTERING
      T. Igarashi, Y. Iitsuka, H. Oyanagi, S. Sasaki, J. Yamauch, H. Nakano, Hosei                    A. Shlivinski, Ben-Gurion University, Israel; C. Letrou, INT/GET, France; A. Boag,
      University, Japan                                                                               Tel Aviv University, Israel
BPS1.4 ON EXTRACTING THE EFFECTIVE PROPAGATION CONSTANT OF                                      BPS3.2 IDENTIFICATION OF HIDDEN MINES
      A CUT-WIRE ARRAY                                                                                C. E. Baum, University of New Mexico, United States

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BPS3.3 UNIFORM ASYMPTOTIC SOLUTION IN THE PROBLEM OF                                              BPS5.1 OBSERVATION OF WAKEFIELD GENERATION IN LEFT-HANDED
      ACOUSTIC PLANE WAVE DIFFRACTION BY AN IMPEDANCE                                                   BAND OF METAMATERIAL-LOADED WAVEGUIDE
      CIRCULAR CONE                                                                                     S. P. Antipov1, L. K. Spentzouris2, W. Gai1, W. Liu1, J. G. Power1
      M. A. Lyalinov1, N. Y. Zhu2, G. E. Valery1                                                        1
                                                                                                          Argonne National Laboratory, United States; 2Illinois Institute of Technology,
      1
        S.Petersburg University, Insitute in Physics, Dept. Mathematical Physics, Russian               United States
      Federation; 2Universit\, Germany
                                                                                                  BPS5.2 A 7.8GHZ POWER EXTRACTOR USING A CIRCULAR DIELECTRIC
BPS3.4 DIFFRACTION BY TWO PARALLEL HALF-PLANES IN A                                                     LOADED WAVEGUIDE
      BIANISOTROPIC MEDIUM                                                                              F. Gao1,2, M. E. Conde1, W. Gai1, C. Jing3, R. Konecny1, W. Liu1, J. G. Power1,
      V. G. Daniele, R. D. Graglia, Politecnico di Torino - Dip. Elettronica, Italy                     T. Wong2, Z. Yusof1
                                                                                                        1
                                                                                                          Argonne National Laboratory, United States; 2Illinois Institute of Technology,
BPS3.5 GAUSSIAN BEAM SUMMATION ANALYSIS OF HALF PLANE                                                   United States; 3Euclid TechLabs, LLC, United States
      DIFFRACTION: A FULL 3D FORMULATION
      M. Katsav, E. Heyman, Tel Aviv University, Israel                                           BPS5.3 POWER GENERATION AND EXTRACTION USING A DIELECTRIC-
                                                                                                        LOADED RECTANGULAR WAVEGUIDE
BPS3.6 ON THE SCATTERING OF A PLANE WAVE BY A TRANSPARENT                                               Z. Lu1,2, W. Gai1, F. Gao1,3
      WEDGE                                                                                             1
                                                                                                          Argonne National Laboratory, United States; 2University of Electronic Science and
      V. M. Babich, Steklov Math.Institute (St.Petersburg Branch), Russian                              Technology of China, P.R.China; 3Illinois Institute of Technology, United States
      Federation; N. V. Mokeeva, St.Petersburg State University, Russian Federation
                                                                                                  BPS5.4 DESIGN OF BROADBAND RF COUPLING FOR SHORT PULSE
BPS3.7 ANALYSIS OF DIFFRACTION BY THREE SEMI-INFINITE PLANES                                            DIELECTRIC LOADED ACCELERATOR
      USING WIENER-HOPF METHOD                                                                          W. Liu, W. Gai, Argonne National Lab, United States
      V. Daniele, G. Lombardi, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
                                                                                                  BPS5.5 DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING OF A 3.9 GHZ THIRD HARMONIC
BPS3.8 ANALYTICAL AND NUMERICAL BEHAVIOR OF A PENETRABLE                                                SUPERCONDUCTING RF SYSTEM AT FERMILAB
      SPHERE CONTAINING A CONCENTRIC METALLIC DISK                                                      J. Li, T. Wong, Illinois Institute of Technology, United States; N. Solyak, Fermi
      T. Stoia, P. L. E. Uslenghi, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States                     National Accelerator Laboratory, United States
BPS3.9 ANALYTICAL, NUMERICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL SCATTERING
      BY A METALLIC DISK-SPHERE TARGET                                                            Thursday, August 14                   15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall
      T. Stoia1, D. Erricolo1, R. D. Graglia2, P. L. E. Uslenghi1
      1
        University of Illinois at Chicago, United States; 2Politecnico di Torino, Italy           Session BDPS1                                                            Poster Session

BPS3.10 PROPAGATION MODEL FOR RF GEOTOMOGRAPHY                                                    Metamaterials I: Devices and Applications
      L. Lo Monte, H. T. Hayvaci, D. Erricolo, University of Illinois at Chicago, United
      States                                                                                      BDPS1.1 DISPERSION-ENGINEERED METAMATERIAL DEVICES FOR
                                                                                                       IMPULSE-REGIME
BPS3.11 THREE DIMENSIONAL SOURCE RECONSTRUCTION USING                                                  S. Abielmona, S. Gupta, H. Van Nguyen, C. Caloz, Poly-GRAMES Research Center,
      INVERSE DISCRETE DIPOLE METHOD                                                                   Canada
      S. R. Laxpati, K. J. Kaczmarski, University of Illinois at Chicago, United
      States; W. R. Stone, Stoneware Limited, United States                                       BDPS1.2 SPATIAL DEMULTIPLEXER BASED ON THE SPECTRAL
                                                                                                       DECOMPOSITION PROPERTY OF THE METAMATERIAL LEAKY-
                                                                                                       WAVE ANTENNA
Thursday, August 14                    15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall             S. Gupta, C. Caloz, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada
Session BPS4                                                               Poster Session         BDPS1.3 THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL DEMONSTRATION OF A
                                                                                                       MICROSTRIP DIRECTIONAL COUPLER WITH ENHANCED
High Frequency and Asymptotic Methods                                                                  PERFORMANCES BY USING PLASMA TUBES
                                                                                                       F. Bilotti1, L. Kempel2, L. Vegni1
BPS4.1 RADIATION FROM CIRCULAR WAVEGUIDE APERTURE FIELDS                                               1
                                                                                                         University ROMA TRE, Italy; 2Michigan State University, USA
      USING COMPLEX CONICAL WAVE OBJECTS
      S. Skokic, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing,           BDPS1.4 THE EFFECT OF DISPERSION IN OMEGA NONRADIATIVE
      Croatia; S. Maci, Department of Information Engineering, University of Siena,                    DIELECTRIC WAVEGUIDE
      Italy                                                                                            A. L. Topa, C. R. Paiva, A. M. Barbosa, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal
BPS4.2 ANALYTIC FORMULATION OF PO INTEGRAL FOR THE                                                BDPS1.5 A NON-RADIATING COMPOSITE RIGHT-/LEFT-HANDED
      SCATTERING BY ADAPTIVE MESHED PEC NURBS SURFACES                                                 TRANSMISSION LINE DERIVED FROM SUBSTRATE INTEGRATED
      C. Della Giovampaola, M. Albani, G. Carluccio, A. Toccafondi, University of Siena,               RECTANGULAR HOLLOW WAVEGUIDE
      Italy                                                                                            Y. Weitsch, T. F. Eibert, Institute of Radio Frequency, Universität Stuttgart,
                                                                                                       Germany
BPS4.3 CLOSED-FORM PHYSICAL OPTICS EXPRESSIONS FOR THE FAR-
      FIELD SCATTERING BY PERFECTLY CONDUCTING PLATES WITH                                        BDPS1.6 IMPEDANCE MATCHED HYPERLENS
      QUADRATIC SPLINE BOUNDARIES                                                                      Z. Jacob, A. Kildishev, E. Narimanov, purdue university, United States
      A. Vallecchi, University of Siena, Italy

BPS4.4 MOMENT METHOD SOLUTION USING EXPANSION FUNCTIONS                                           Thursday, August 14                   15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall
      DEFINED IN INFINITE DOMAIN
      H. Matzner, Z. Ibragimov, HIT-Holon Institute of Technology, Israel                         Session BDPS2                                                            Poster Session

BPS4.5 SOME RAMIFICATIONS OF FOCK THEORY AND ITS IMPACT ON                                        Metamaterials II: Novel Effects and Materials
      HIGH-FREQUENCY SCATTERING FROM CONVEX SURFACES
      D. Chatterjee, University of Missouri Kansas City, United States                            BDPS2.1 ARTIFICIAL MAGNETISM AT OPTICAL FREQUENCIES IN
                                                                                                       COMPOSITE MATERIALS MADE OF PARTICLES WITH PAIRS OF
BPS4.6 FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF DUAL MODE BAND                                            TIGHTLY COUPLED METALLIC NANOSPHERES
      PASS FILTER                                                                                      A. Vallecchi, S. Steshenko, F. Capolino, University of Siena, Italy
      J. Yohannan, M. Thomas, Cochin University of Science & Technology, India
                                                                                                  BDPS2.2 COMPACT DIELECTRIC PARTICLES EMPLOYED IN THE DESIGN
BPS4.7 PROPAGATION CHARACTERISTICS OF VERY HIGH FREQUENCY                                              OF METAMATERIALS
      WAVES(VHF) HIGH FREQUENCY WAVES THROUGH NARROW                                                   B. Popa, S. Cummer, Duke University, United States
      GALLERY AND ROADWAYS OF COAL MINE
      S. Kumar, S. Sharma, Scope College of Engineering(Under the aegis of                        BDPS2.3 BROADBAND NEGATIVE-REFRACTIVE-INDEX MEDIA:
      R.G.Tech.University), India                                                                      ANALYTICAL MODELING AND FREE SPACE MEASUREMENTS
                                                                                                       S. M. Rudolph, C. Pfeiffer, A. Grbic, University of Michigan, United States

Thursday, August 14                    15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall        BDPS2.4 COMPARISON BETWEEN ?-NEAR-ZERO AND FABRY-PEROT
                                                                                                       RESONANT TRANSMISSION THROUGH WAVEGUIDE BENDS AND
Session BPS5                                                               Poster Session              CHANNELS
                                                                                                       B. Edwards1, A. Alu1, M. G. Silveirinha2, N. Engheta1
Particle Beam and Electromagnetic Wave Interactions                                                    1
                                                                                                         University of Pennsylvania, United States; 2Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal
Session Chair: Wei Gai


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BDPS2.5 DESIGN, FABRICATION, AND MEASUREMENT OF GIANT                                                      S. L. S. Yang, A. A. Kishk, K. F. Lee, University of Mississippi, United States
     BIREFRINGENCE AT TELECOMMUNICATIONS WAVELENGTHS IN
     MULTI-SLOTTED SILICON NANOPHOTONIC OPTICAL WAVEGUIDES                                        BDPS4.6 SOME PROPERTIES OF LOW PROFILE CURL ANTENNA
     S. Mookherjea, M. L. Cooper, J. S. Park, S. H. Yang, P. R. Bandaru, University of                 A. M. Mehrabani, L. Shafai, The University of Manitoba, Canada
     California, San Diego, United States
                                                                                                  BDPS4.7 DESIGN OF LOW-PROFILE WIRE ANTENNAS OVER AN AMC USING
BDPS2.6 INVESTIGATIONS ON IRRADIATION AND STRUCTURAL                                                   FVTD
     CHARACTERISTICS OF HIGH QUALITY CULTURED QUARTZ                                                   C. J. Kaye, D. Firsov, A. M. Mehrabani, L. Shafai, J. LoVetri, University of
     CRYSTALSUSED IN SATELLITE COMMUNICATION                                                           Manitoba, Canada
     H. Bahadur, National Physical Laboratory, India; K. Ninagawa, M. Kayama,
                                                                                                  BDPS4.8 STACKED PEANO CURVE TOP-LOADED MONOPOLES FOR WIDE-
     H. Nishido, T. Usami, S. Toyoda, Okayama University of Science, Japan
                                                                                                       BAND PERFORMANCE
BDPS2.7 NEAR-FIELD ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE DISTRIBUTION IN A                                              J. A. McVay, Eureka Aerospace, United States; C. Thajudeen, A. Hoorfar,
     TWO DIMENSIONAL HEXAGONAL PHOTONIC CRYSTAL CAVITY                                                 Villanova University, Center for Advanced Communications, United States
     WITH A NEGATIVE REFRACTIVE INDEX
     L. Lalouat1, B. Cluzel1, N. Louvion2, S. Callard2, C. Seassal2, C. Dumas1,
     F. de Fornel1                                                                                Thursday, August 14                      15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall
     1
       Universite de Bourgogne, France; 2Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France                           Session BP9                                                                  Poster Session

                                                                                                  Filters
Thursday, August 14                   15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall
                                                                                                  BP9.1 DEFECTED GROUND STRUCTURE COUPLED MINIATURIZED DUAL-
Session BDPS3                                                            Poster Session
                                                                                                        MODE SQUARE PATCH BANDPASS FILTER
                                                                                                        Y. K. Singh, A. Parambil, A. Chakrabarty, Indian Institute of Technology, India
Metamaterials III: Analysis and Optimization
BDPS3.1 3D ASM-FDTD METHOD FOR PERIODIC STRUCTURES
     J. Chen, University of Houston, United States                                                Thursday, August 14                      15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall
                                                                                                  Session BP10                                                                 Poster Session
BDPS3.2 QUANTIFYING THE LIMITATIONS OF FAR-FIELD IMAGING BY A
     LEFT-HANDED PLANAR LENS                                                                      Non-Destructive Testing
     N. A. Kuhta, V. A. Podolskiy, Oregon State University, United States; A. L. Efros,
     University of Utah, United States                                                            BP10.1      FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR MICROWAVE DOPPLER VECTOR
                                                                                                           FLOWMETRY
BDPS3.3 GENETIC ALGORITHM SYNTHESIS OF LOW-LOSS MULTI-LAYER                                                S. M. Canta, D. Erricolo, F. Loth, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States
     NEGATIVE INDEX METAMATERIAL STACKS FOR THE MID-
     INFRARED                                                                                     BP10.2       METHOD FOR ESTIMATING SHEET RESISTANCE OF THIN
     J. A. Bossard, S. Yun, Y. Tang, D. H. Werner, T. S. Mayer, Penn State University,                     SHIELDING SHEETS USING DFFC
     United States                                                                                         T. Tosaka1, A. Nishikata2, K. Fukunaga1, Y. Yamanaka1
                                                                                                           1
                                                                                                             National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan; 2Tokyo
BDPS3.4 METAMATERIAL SURFACE PAIRS GENETICALLY-OPTIMIZED                                                   Institute of Technology, Japan
     FOR WIDE-BAND OUT-OF-PHASE MUTUAL RESPONSE
     V. Galdi, V. Pierro, G. Castaldi, University of Sannio, Italy; N. Engheta, University
     of Pennsylvania, USA                                                                         Thursday, August 14                      15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall
BDPS3.5 TECHNIQUES FOR DETERMINING THE RELATIVE WEIGHTS OF                                        Session BP11                                                                 Poster Session
     SPATIAL HARMONICS INDUCED IN TRUNCATED PERIODIC
     STRUCTURES SUCH AS METAMATERIALS                                                             Green's Functions/Analytical Techniques
     R. A. Gomez1, K. Lugo1, N. Farahat1, R. Mittra2, L. Iyer1
     1
       Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico, United States; 2Pennsylvania State                  BP11.1      SHANKS-TRANSFORM ACCELERATED PML-BASED SERIES
     University, United States                                                                             EXPANSIONS FOR THE 1-D PERIODIC 3-D GREENS FUNCTIONS OF
                                                                                                           MULTILAYERED MEDIA
BDPS3.6 ELECTROMAGNETIC BEHAVIOR OF AN ELLIPTICAL LENS MADE                                                H. Rogier, Ghent University, Belgium
     OF DNG METAMATERIAL
     O. Akgol, D. Erricolo, P. L. E. Uslenghi, University of Illinois at Chicago, United          BP11.2       ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE PROPAGATION GENERATED BY NON-
     States                                                                                                UNIFORMLY MOVING SOURCES IN WAVEGUIDES
                                                                                                           I. Miranda, Instituto Politecnico Nacional, Mexico
BDPS3.7 SCATTERING BY A SLOTTED SEMIELLIPTICAL CHANNEL
     D. Monopoli1, D. Erricolo2, P. L. E. Uslenghi2, R. E. Zich1                                  BP11.3      IMPROVED ACCELERATION OF MIXED-POTENTIAL PERIODIC
     1
       Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 2University of Illinois at Chicago, USA                               GREENS FUNCTIONS THROUGH THE EFFECTIVE-MEDIUM CONCEPT
                                                                                                           G. Valerio, P. Baccarelli, S. Paulotto, F. Frezza, A. Galli, Sapienza University of
BDPS3.8 COUPLING PROPERTIES OF SLOTTED ELLIPTIC CYLINDER                                                   Rome, Italy
     COATED BY DIELECTRIC/METAMATERIALS
     B. Najjar-Khatirkolaei, A. Sebak, Concordia University, Canada                               BP11.4      ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE PROPAGATION IN AN ALMOST
                                                                                                           STRATIFIED DIELECTRIC WAVEGUIDE
                                                                                                           R. O. Magos Perez, Instituto Politecnico Nacional, Mexico
Thursday, August 14                   15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall
                                                                                                  BP11.5       INTERPOLATION OF 2D LAYERED-MEDIUM PERIODIC GREENS
Session BDPS4                                                            Poster Session                    FUNCTION
                                                                                                           F. T. Celepcikay, D. R. Wilton, D. R. Jackson, University of Houston, United States
Metamaterials IV: EBG, AMC, and Fractal Structures
                                                                                                  BP11.6       COMPUTATION OF THE ONE-DIMENSIONAL FREE-SPACE
BDPS4.1 MICROSTRIP PSEUDO HIGH-PASS FILTERS USING MULTILAYER                                               PERIODIC GREENS FUNCTION FOR LEAKY WAVES USING THE
     DEFECTIVE GROUND ELECTROMAGNETIC BANDGAP STRUCTURES                                                   EWALD METHOD
     N. Roth, D. Erricolo, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States                                V. R. Komanduri1, F. Capolino2, D. R. Jackson1, D. R. Wilton1
                                                                                                           1
                                                                                                             University of Houston, United States; 2University of Siena, Italy
BDPS4.2 A VIA-LESS EBG HORN ANTENNA
     M. Wong, A. R. Sebak, Concordia University, Canada; T. A. Denidni, INRS-EMT,                 BP11.7      RAPIDLY CONVERGENT SPECTRAL REPRESENTATIONS FOR
     Canada                                                                                                PERIODIC GREEN FUNCTIONS
                                                                                                           V. Lomakin, D. Van Orden, University of California, San Diego, United States
BDPS4.3 FDTD ANALYSIS OF AN ANTENNA COVERED BY A DIELECTRIC
     WOODPILE EBG SUPERSTRATE
     K. Lugo1, R. A. Gomez1, Y. Lee2, N. Farahat1, R. Mittra3, Y. Hao2                            Thursday, August 14                      15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall
     1
       Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico, United States; 2The Queen Mary University
     of London, UK; 3The Pennsylvania State University, United States                             Session BP12                                                                 Poster Session

BDPS4.4 HIGHLY DIRECTIVE DEGENERATE BAND EDGE CRYSTAL-TYPE                                        Theoretical EM and Analytical Techniques
     RESONATOR ANTENNA
     S. Yarga, K. Sertel, J. L. Volakis, The Ohio State University, United States                 BP12.1      ANALYSIS OF THE LIGHT PROPAGATION IN A DISORDERED
                                                                                                           WAVEGUIDE SYSTEM
BDPS4.5 RECTANGULAR PATCH ANTENNA BASED ON TE MODES                                                        A. Komiyama, Osaka Electro-Communication University, Japan
     SUPPORTED BY ARTIFICIAL MAGNETIC CONDUCTING SURFACES

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BP12.2      WHISPERING GALLERY MODE LASER IN AN ELLIPTICAL                                                   Y.-N. Jiang, D. Ge, S.-J. Ding, Xidian University, China
         MICRORING
         R. Baktur, Utah State University, United States; W. Pearson, J. Ballato, Clemson           BP18.5       A HIGH ORDER SPACE-TIME ACCURATE TIME DOMAIN FINITE
         University, United States                                                                           ELEMENT SOLVER USING A NEW PREDICTOR-CORRECTOR
                                                                                                             ALGORITHM
BP12.3      PARALLEL SELF-TUNING MLFMA LIBRARY                                                               X. Lin1, A. Glaser2, V. Rokhlin2, E. Michielssen1
         A. C. Yucel, F. P. Andriulli, E. Michielssen, University of Michigan, United States                 1
                                                                                                               University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, United States; 2Yale University, United States

                                                                                                    BP18.6      FETD ALGORITHM FOR COMPLEX MEDIA BASED ON THE FIRST-
Thursday, August 14                     15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall                  ORDER MAXWELLS CURL EQUATIONS
                                                                                                             B. Donderici, F. L. Teixeira, The Ohio State University, United States
Session BP13                                                                Poster Session
                                                                                                    BP18.7      PERFORMANCE OF CONFORMAL PML FOR THE MIXED FINITE-
Physical Limitations of Electromagnetic Metamaterials II                                                     ELEMENT TIME-DOMAIN METHOD
                                                                                                             B. Donderici, F. L. Teixeira, The Ohio State University, United States
BP13.1       TRIANGULAR SPLIT RING RESONATOR AND WIRE STRIP TO
         FORM NEW METAMATERIAL                                                                      BP18.8       A MARCHING-ON-IN-TIME BASED MAGNETIC FIELD INTEGRAL
         C. Sabah, S. Uckun, University of Gaziantep, Turkey                                                 EQUATION SOLVER USING A NEW PREDICTOR-CORRECTOR
                                                                                                             ALGORITHM
BP13.2      DESIGN OF POLYGONAL AND ELLIPTICAL INVISIBILITY CLOAKS                                           H. Bagci1, A. Glaser2, V. Rokhlin2, E. Michielssen1
         P.-H. Tichit, B. Kante, S. N. Burokur, A. De LUSTRAC, institut d'electronique                       1
                                                                                                               University of Michigan, United States; 2Yale University, United States
         fondamentale, France
                                                                                                    BP18.9      PARALLEL IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PERIODIC BOUNDARY
BP13.3       ELECTROMAGNETIC ANALYSIS OF THE VESELAGO-PENDRY                                                 CONDITION (PBC) IN THE FDTD FOR THE INVESTIGATION OF
         LENS                                                                                                SPATIAL FILTERS AND METAMATERIALS
         P. L. E. Uslenghi, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States                                 L.-C. Ma, R. Mittra, Pennsylvania State University, United States
BP13.4      ACTIVE GAIN COMPENSATED NEGATIVE GROUP DELAY CIRCUIT                                    BP18.10 AN INVESTIGATION ON FETD SOLUTIONS OF MAXWELL'S
         M. Kandic, G. E. Bridges, University of Manitoba, Canada                                         EQUATIONS IN IRREGULAR GRIDS USING TOPOLOGICAL INVERSE
BP13.5       NEAR FIELD DISTRIBUTION FOR THE INFRARED                                                     SPARSE APPROXIMATIONS
         CHARACTERIZATION OF NANO-METAMATERIALS                                                           J. Kim, F. L. Teixeira, Ohio State University, United States
         B. Kante, S. N. Burokur, F. Gadot, A. De LUSTRAC, J. M. Lourtioz, IEF(Institut             BP18.11 A GAUSSIAN BEAM BASED HYBRID METHOD FOR MODELING OF
         d'Electronique Fondamentale) Univ Paris Sud, UMR 8622; CNRS, France                              UNGUIDED WAVE STRUCTURES
BP13.6      AN ULTRA SMALL INTEGRATED MONOPOLE ANTENNA USING                                              A. Rohani, S. K. Chaudhuri, S. Safavi-Naeini, University of Waterloo, Canada
         HIGH-DENSITY PERIODIC SUBSTRATE METALLIZATION                                              BP18.12 A NOVEL LOW-DISPERSIVE (2,2) FINITE DIFFERENCE METHOD: 3-
         Y. Zhang, D. Yang, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States                              D CASE
BP13.7       CONTROLLABLE MAGNETIC METAMATERIAL USING DIGITALLY                                           R. Marklein, C. Bommaraju, University of Kassel, Germany
         ADDRESSABLE SPLIT-RING RESONATORS                                                          BP18.13 ENERGY CONSERVATION AND POYNTING'S THEOREM IN THE
         T. H. Hand, S. A. Cummer, Duke University, United States                                         STAGGERED FDTD GRID
BP13.8      EXISTENCE OF LIMITS FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC PARAMETERS                                            R. Kastner, O. Asaf, Tel Aviv University, Israel
         OF METAMATERIALS?
         A. Sihvola, I. V. Lindell, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
                                                                                                    Thursday, August 14                     15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall
BP13.9      FDTD STUDY ON WAVE PROPAGATION IN BIAXIAL ANISOTROPIC                                   Session BP22                                                                Poster Session
         METAMATERIALS
         M. Wang, J. Wu, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China,                  Stochastic Modeling and Uncertainty Management in
         China; J. Xu, China Research Institute of Radiowave Propagation, China; H. Li,             Electromagnetics II
         D. Ge, Xidian University, China
                                                                                                    BP22.1       CLUTTER-BASED EVAPORATION DUCT ESTIMATION
BP13.10 NEGATIVE INDEX META-DEVICES IMAGING AND ENGINEERING                                                  PERFORMANCE USING METEOROLOGICAL STATISTICS
      CONCERNS                                                                                               C. Yardim, P. Gerstoft, W. S. Hodgkiss, University of California, San Diego, United
      A. Ahmadi, H. Mosallaei, Northeastern University, United States                                        States
BP13.11 CIRCUIT THEORY UNIFYING DESCRIPTION FOR
      METAMATERIALS
      M. Zedler, U. Siart, P. Russer, TU Munich, Germany                                            Thursday, August 14                     15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall
                                                                                                    Session BP23                                                                Poster Session
BP13.12 A PHOTONIC CRYSTAL FLAT LENS AT OPTICAL FREQUENCIES
      L. Lalouat1, N. Fabre2, B. Cluzel1, X. Melique2, D. Lippens2, F. de Fornel1,                  CAD Techniques
      O. Vanbesien2
      1
        Universit de Bourgogne, FRANCE; 2Universit de Lille, FRANCE                                 BP23.1      PARAMETERIZED SURROGATE/BEHAVIORAL MODELS FOR
                                                                                                             ANALYSIS OF RF CIRCUITS IN FREQUENCY OR TIME-DOMAIN.
                                                                                                             A. Lamecki, L. Balewski, M. Mrozowski, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland
Thursday, August 14                     15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall
Session BP18                                                                Poster Session
                                                                                                    Thursday, August 14                     15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall
Time-Domain Techniques                                                                              Session CP2                                                                 Poster Session

BP18.1      NUMERICAL DISPERSION ANALYSIS OF THE COMPLEX                                            General Poster Session II Commission C
         ENVELOPE ADI-FDTD ALGORITHM AND ASSOCIATED NUMERICAL
         ARTIFACTS                                                                                  Session Chairs: Takashi Ohira, Kenji ITOH
         K.-Y. Jung, F. L. Teixeira, The Ohio State University, United States
                                                                                                    CP2.1 A NEW SPLIT-LOOP DPLL
BP18.2      ON THE SIMULATION OF WELL-LOGGING TOOLS FOR OIL AND                                           B. Chatterjee, S. Sarkar, B. Biswas, ACADEMY OF TECHNOLOGY, WEST
         GAS EXPLORATION USING UNCONDITIONALLY STABLE TIME-                                               BENGAL, India
         DOMAIN FDTD ALGORITHMS
         H. O. Lee, F. L. Teixeira, The Ohio State University, United States                        CP2.2 MIMO RADIO PROVIDING CONCURRENT VEHICULAR SAFETY AND
                                                                                                          COMMUNICATION
BP18.3      A SCATTERING ANALYSIS FOR HOMOGENEOUS SPHERE MODEL                                            D. Kandar, R. N. Bera, SMIT, Sikkim Manipal University, East Sikkim., India
         BY FDTD METHOD WITH A NEW IMPROVED PML ABSORBING
         BOUNDARY CONDITION: APPLICATION TO UNIAXIAL-PSEUDO                                         CP2.3 EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON CHARACTERISTICS OF DIRECTION OF
         PROPAGATION PML                                                                                  ARRIVAL (DOA) AT SUBSCRIBER STATION IN NON-LINE-OF-SIGHT
         K. Sasaki, Y. Suzuki, M. Taki, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan                              (NLOS) ENVIRONMENT FOR 5-GHZ BAND FIXED WIRELESS ACCESS
                                                                                                          (FWA) SYSTEMS
BP18.4     AN IMPROVED INCIDENCE IMPOSITION SCHEME FOR FDTD                                               T. Ito, N. Kita, W. Yamada, A. Ando, T. Sugiyama, Nippon Telegraph and
         ANALYSIS OF HALF-SPACE LAYERED MEDIUM SCATTERING                                                 Telephone Corporaion, Japan
         PROBLEMS


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CP2.4 CELL-SITE DIVERSITY GAIN USING VARIOUS COMBINING                                                          E. Smirnov, A. Ovchinnikov, SPbGUAP, Russian Federation
      TECHNIQUE IN DUAL-LINK MILLIMETER-WAVE COMMUNICATION
      SYSTEM UNDER IMPACT OF RAIN ATTENUATION                                                          EP2.4 PULSING VLF EMISSIONS OBSERVED DURING DAYTIME AT LOW
      A. Wijayanti, H. Mahmudah, Electronics Engineering Polytechnic Institute of                            LATITUDE STATION JAMMU
      Surabaya-ITS, Indonesia; G. Hendrantoro, Department of Electrical Engineering,                         K. K. Singh1, R. P. Patel1, J. ---- Singh1, A. K. Singh1, R. P. Singh2, R. --- Singh1
                                                                                                             1
      Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember, Indonesia                                                           Banaras Hindu University, India; 2GGM Science Collage, India

CP2.5 EVALUATION OF MILLIMETER-WAVE CELL-SITE DIVERSITY USING                                          EP2.5 ABSORPTION OF ATMOSPHERIC RADIO NOISE FIELD STRENGTH
      SYNTHETIC STORM                                                                                        (ARNFS) AT LOW FREQUENCY (LF) DURING THE HIGHER MAGNETIC
      H. Mahmudah, A. Wijayanti, Electronics Engineering Polytechnic Institute of                            ACTIVITY INDEX
      Surabaya-ITS, Indonesia; A. Mauludiyanto, G. Hendrantoro, Department of                                B. K. De, P. Pal, A. Guha, Department of Physics, Tripura University, India
      Electrical Engineering, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember,
                                                                                                       EP2.6 DETECTION OF SOLAR FLARES USING SPECTRAL
      Indonesia; A. Matsushima, Kumamoto University, Japan
                                                                                                             CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SCHUMANN RESONANCES
CP2.6 A NOVEL VIDEO CODEC FOR MOBILE DEVICES USING WAVELET                                                   A. G. Kolesnik, S. A. Kolesnik, A. A. Derevyannykh, Tomsk State University,
      DECOMPOSITION AND FUZZY CHANGE DETECTOR                                                                Russian Federation
      S. E. El-Khamy, Alexandria University, Egypt; J. H. Iskander, Information
                                                                                                       EP2.7 ON THERMOSPHERIC MOVEMENT AND HEATING BY AURORAL
      Technology Institute, Egypt
                                                                                                             ELECTRIC FIELD
CP2.7 THE CHAOTIC STREAM CIPHER "ELKNZ" FOR HIGH SECURITY                                                    S. Paul, S. S. De, University of Calcutta, India
      DATA ENCRYPTION
                                                                                                       EP2.8 SCHUMANN RESONANCES IN EARTH - IONOSPHERE CAVITY
      A. H. El-Zein1, S. E. El-Khamy2, M. Abou El-Nasr1
      1                                                                                                      J. Rai1, R. Chand2, K. Satyavarapu1, M. Israil2
        AAST, Egypt; 2Alexandria University, Egypt                                                           1
                                                                                                               Department of Physics,Indian Institute of Technology,Roorkee, India; 2Indian
CP2.8 APPROXIMATION OF THE AVERAGE POWER VARIATION FOR                                                       Insitute of Technology,Roorkee, India
      GEOMETRIC ADDING SIGNAL APPROACH OF PAPR REDUCTION IN
                                                                                                       EP2.9 SCINTILLATION PRODUCING AND WHISTLER DUCTING
      CONTEXT OF OFDM SIGNALS
                                                                                                             IONOSPHERIC IRREGULARITIES
      D. Guel, J. Palicot, SUPELEC/IETR, Campus de Rennes, France
                                                                                                             R. P. Patel, A. K. Singh, K. --- Patel, R. P. Singh, Banaras Hindu University, India
CP2.9 CHAOS FROM PHASE LOCKED LOOP UNDER SINGLE TONE CW
                                                                                                       EP2.10      Q-BURSTS WAVEFORMS: MODEL AND EXPERIMENT
      INTERFERENCE
                                                                                                                M. Hayakawa, The University of Electro-Communications,
      D. Nandi, M. K. Mandal, National Institute of Technology, India; D. Chattopadhyay,
                                                                                                                Japan; A. P. Nickolaenko, Usikov Institute for Radio-Physics and Electronics,
      C. S. S. T. Academy, India
                                                                                                                National Academy of Sciences of the Ukraine, Ukraine; T. Ogawa, Science
CP2.10 INVESTIGATION OF AN OPEN-ENDED WAVEGUIDE ARRAY                                                           Laboratory International, Japan; M. Komatsu, Polytechnic College Kochi, Japan
      ANTENNA FED BY A STRIPLINE TRANMISSION LINE NETWORK
                                                                                                       EP2.11       THREE-DIMENSIONAL FRACTAL MODELING OF LIGHTNING AND
      H. Matzner, E. Gabai, A. Menagem, M. Haridim, HIT-Holon Institute of Technology,
                                                                                                                JET DISCHARGES AND COMPARISON WITH LIGHTNING MAPPING
      Israel
                                                                                                                OBSERVATIONS
                                                                                                                J. A. Riousset1, V. P. Pasko1, P. R. Krehbiel2, R. J. Thomas2, W. Rison2,
                                                                                                                M. A. Stanley3, H. E. Edens2
Thursday, August 14                     15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall                     1
                                                                                                                  Penn State University, USA; 2New Mexico Tech, USA; 3114 Mesa Verde Road, USA
Session DP2                                                                 Poster Session
                                                                                                       EP2.12      FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF THE TRANSIENT IONOSPHERIC
General Poster Session II Commission D                                                                          ENERGY DISSIPATION ASSOCIATED WITH LIGHTNING INDUCED
                                                                                                                SPRITES
Session Chairs: F. de Fornel, Franz Kaertner                                                                    M. E. Baginski, Auburn University,, United States; S. M. Rao, Auburn University,
                                                                                                                United States; A. I. Mackenzie, NASA, United States
DP2.1 ON THE ELIMINATION OF FALSE LOCKING IN OPTICAL PHASE
      LOCK LOOPS THROUGH INJECTION SYNCHRONIZATION                                                     EP2.13       STUDIES ON WAVE PROPAGATION WITHIN THE IONOSPHERE
      A. Mukherjee, A. Banerjee, B. Biswas, ACADEMY OF TECHNOLOGY, WEST                                         DURING THUNDERSTORM AND LIGHTNING
      BENGAL, India                                                                                             S. S. De, S. N. Paul, M. De, B. K. Sarkar, B. Bandyopadhyay, University of Calcutta,
                                                                                                                India
DP2.2 THE FABRICATION OF FILM-TYPE FREQUENCY SELECTIVE
      SURFACE (FSS) ATTACHABLE TO WINDOW GLASS USING INK-JET
      PRINTING TECHNIQUE                                                                               Thursday, August 14                     15:40-18:00                    R. C. Exhibition Hall
      J. Oh1, S. Cho2, C. Lee2, J. Kim2, B. Choi1
      1                                                                                                Session FP2                                                                  Poster Session
        Korea Telecom Future Technology Lab., South Korea; 2Hanyang University, South
      Korea
                                                                                                       General Poster Session 2 Commission F: Focus Remote Sensing
DP2.3 A COMPACT TUNABLE 5GHZ-BAND QUADRATURE
      DOWNCONVERTER WITH AN INTEGRATED 90-DEGREE PHASE                                                 Session Chairs: Piotr Sobieski, Madhu Chandra
      SHIFTER AND BALUN
                                                                                                       FP2.1 TSUNAMI DETECTION TECHNIQUES
      A. M. El-Gabaly, C. E. Saavedra, Queen's University, Canada
                                                                                                             S. V. Khobragade, N. Gosavi, U. S. Khobragade, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar
DP2.4 LINEAR MODELING OF LASING THRESHOLDS IN A VCSEL-LIKE                                                   Technological University, India
      CAVITY WITH AN ACTIVE REGION
                                                                                                       FP2.2 ABOUT STATE OF ATMOSPHERIC ACOUSTIC CHANNELS
      V. O. Byelobrov, A. I. Nosich, Institute of Radiophysics and Electronics, NASU,
                                                                                                             I. Y. Lobycheva, E. A. Ponomarev, A. G. Sorokin, Institute of Solar-Terrestrial,
      Ukraine; T. M. Benson, P. Sewell, Nottingham University, UK
                                                                                                             Russian Federation
DP2.5 AN S-BAND HIGH LINEARITY LOW NOISE PHEMT MMIC AMPLIFIER
                                                                                                       FP2.3 THE FEATURES OF THE ANGULAR POWER SPECTRUM OF
      M. Haridim, O. Rahmanony, D. Elad, J. Gavan, HIT-Holon Institute of Technology,
                                                                                                             SCATTERED RADIATION BY ANISOTROPIC TURBULENT LAYER
      Israel
                                                                                                             G. V. Jandieri1, V. G. Jandieri2, A. I. Gvelesiani1, N. K. Gomidze1, M. N. Gobadze1
                                                                                                             1
                                                                                                               Georgian Technical University, Georgia; 2Kumamoto University, Japan
Thursday, August 14                     15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall            FP2.4 OPTICAL AND MICROWAVE COMPONENTS OF IN SITU
Session EP2                                                                 Poster Session                   MEASUREMENTS OF GROUND COVERS
                                                                                                             L. V. Katkovsky1, B. I. Beljaev1, L. M. Atroshenko2, N. N. Gorobets3,
General Poster Session II Commission E                                                                       E. A. Shevchik1
                                                                                                             1
                                                                                                               Institute of applied physics problems of Belarus State University, Belarus;
Session Chair: Christos Christopoulos                                                                        2
                                                                                                               Research & production incorporation “CW-A-NT”, Ukraine; 3Karazin Kharkov
                                                                                                             National University, Ukraine
EP2.1 PHOTOMETRIC ARRAY IMAGING OF ELVES
      R. T. Newsome, U. S. Inan, Stanford University, United States                                    FP2.5 DETERMINING PROBABILISTIC ATTENUATION FORECASTS TO
                                                                                                             ACCOUNT FOR RAINDROP SIZE DISTRIBUTION VARIABILITY ON
EP2.2 HISSLERS, WHISTLER DOUBLETS AND TRIPLETS OBSERVED                                                      EARTH-SPACE LINKS
      SIMULTANEOUSLY AT A LOW LATITUDE INDIAN STATION JAMMU                                                  A. J. Townsend, R. J. Watson, D. D. Hodges, University of Bath, United Kingdom
      L. ----- Singh, National Institute of Technology, India; K. K. Singh, R. P. Patel, J. ---
      - Singh, A. K. Singh, Banaras Hindu University, India                                            FP2.6 NARROW-BAND SHORT-RANGE CHANNEL MEASUREMENTS
                                                                                                             F. Darbari, I. A. Glover, R. W. Stewart, Uiversity of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
EP2.3 NEW TYPE OF THE IONOSPHERIC ALFVEN RESONATOR

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FP2.7 WINTER SHOWER IN INDIA -- A NEUROCOMPUTING BASED                                           GP2-05.11    ALL-SKY SKIYMET METEOR RADAR OBSERVATIONS OF
      PREDICTIVE MODEL                                                                                 GRAVITY WAVE MOMENTUM FLUXES AND THEIR FORCING
      S. S. De, G. Chattopadhyay, University of Calcutta, India; S. Chattopadhyay, West                TOWARDS THE SEMIANNUAL OSCILLATION IN THE MESOSPHERIC
      Bengal University of Technology, India                                                           LOWER THERMOSPHERIC REGION (MLT) OVER A LOW LATITUDE
                                                                                                       STATION
FP2.8 RAINFALL RETRIEVAL ALGORITHM OVER INDIAN LAND AND                                                M. Antonita, G. Ramkumar, D. Viswanatha, Space Physics Laboratory, Vikram
      OCEANIC REGIONS USING TRMM DATA                                                                  Sarabhai Space Centre, ISRO, India, India
      R. Kumar1, I. M. L. Das1,1, R. M. Gairola2, A. K. Mishra2, A. Sarkar2,
      V. K. Agarwal2                                                                             GP2-05.12     RAYLEIGH LIDAR OBSERVATIONS OF MESO SCALE GRAVITY
      1
        University Of Allahabad, India; 2Space Applications Centre, ISRO, India                        WAVE MOMENTUM FLUXES AND THEIR ROLE IN DRIVING THE
                                                                                                       QUASI- BIENNIAL OSCILLATION OVER A TROPICAL STATION
FP2.9 LATITUDINAL VARIATION OF MIXING HEIGHT OVER DELHI-                                               GADANKI (13.5°N, 79.2°E), INDIA
      HYDERABAD CORRIDOR                                                                               M. Antonita, G. Ramkumar, Space Physics Laboratory, Vikram Sarabhai Space
      N. Gera, N. C. Gupta, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University,                                 Centre, ISRO, India, India
      India; B. S. Gera, V. N. Mohanan, P. K. Gupta, N. Singh, J. Malik, G. Singh,
      V. K. Ojha, National Physical Laboratory, India                                            GP2-05.13     GRAVITY WAVE AND PLANETARY WAVE INTERACTIONS IN
                                                                                                       THE LOW LATITUDE MLT REGION: A STUDY USING METEOR RADAR
FP2.10      AN EFFICIENT FORWARD SCATTERING MODEL FOR A THREE                                          OBSERVATIONS
         LAYER MEDIUM REPRESENTING BODIES OF FRESH WATER                                               M. Antonita, G. Ramkumar, Space Physics Laboratory, Vikram Sarabhai Space
         Y. Goykhman, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, United States                                 Centre, ISRO, India, India

                                                                                                 GP2-05.14    METEOR RADAR OBSERVATIONS OF NON-LINEAR WAVE-
Thursday, August 14                   15:40-18:00                 R. C. Exhibition Hall                WAVE INTERACTIONS IN THE LOW-LATITUDE MESOSPHERE-
Session GP2-05                                                          Poster Session                 LOWER THERMOSPHERE: BISPECTRAL APPROACH
                                                                                                       K. Kishore Kumar, Space Physics Laboratory, India
Radar Studies (P)                                                                                GP2-05.15    HIGH TEMPORAL RESOLUTION VHF RADAR OBSERVATIONS
                                                                                                       OF STRATOSPHERIC AIR INTRUSIONS IN TO THE UPPER
Session Chairs: Wesley Swartz, M Lester, Jorge Chau, Michael Rietveld, T
                                                                                                       TROPOSPHERE DURING THE PASSAGE OF A TROPICAL MESOSCALE
Maruyama                                                                                               CONVECTIVE SYSTEM
GP2-05.1 FIRST RADAR MEASUREMENTS OF IONOSPHERIC ELECTRIC                                              K. Kishore Kumar, space physics laboratory, India
      FIELDS AT SUB-SECOND TEMPORAL RESOLUTION                                                   GP2-05.16    MESOSPHERE-LOWER-THERMOSPHERE (MLT) COUPLING
      R. A. Greenwald1, K. Oskavik2, R. Barnes1, J. M. Ruohoniemi1, J. B. Baker1,                      OVER THE DIP EQUATOR OBSERVED USING GROUND BASED
      E. R. Talaat1                                                                                    DAYTIME OPTICAL AND RADAR MEASUREMENTS
      1
        JHU/APL, United States; 2University Centre in Svalbard, Norway                                 C. Vineeth, T. K. Pant, R. Sridharan, space physics laboratory, India
GP2-05.2 FIRST RESULTS FROM THE NEW SUPERDARN HF RADAR                                           GP2-05.17     REDUCING OF COMPUTATIONAL COMPLEXITY OF
      LOCATED NEAR BLACKSTONE, VIRGINIA                                                                CORRELATION PROCESSING OF DTV SIGNAL IN PASSIVE RADAR
      J. M. Ruohoniemi, J. B. H. Baker, R. A. Greenwald, E. R. Talaat, The Johns Hopkins               P. G. Siamashka, Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics,
      University Applied Physics Laboratory, US; M. Lester, E. C. Thomas,                              Belarus
      J. D. Thornhill, University of Leicester, UK; C. R. Clauer, Virginia Polytechnic
      Institute and State University, US                                                         GP2-05.18     PASSIVE RADAR OBSERVATIONS WITH THE LONG
                                                                                                       WAVELENGTH DEMONSTRATOR ARRAY
GP2-05.3 IONOSPHERIC PERTURBATION ASSOCIATED WITH THE                                                  J. A. York, D. C. Munton, T. L. Gaussiran, A. J. Kerkhoff, J. L. Copeland,
      "PLASMA-PROGRESS" EXPERIMENT AT IRKUTSK                                                          University of Texas at Austin, United States
      B. G. Shpynev, V. V. Khakhinov, A. V. Medvedev, A. P. Potekhin, V. P. Lebedev,
      Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics SD RAS, Russian                                     GP2-05.19    GRAVITY WAVES-INDUCED ELECTRIC FIELDS IN THE
      Federation; E. M. Tverdokhlebova, Central Research Institute for Machine-                        EQUATORIAL ELECTROJET
      Building, Russian Federation; A. I. Manzheley, Mission Control Center, Russian                   H. C. Aveiro, C. M. Denardini, M. A. Abdu, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas
      Federation                                                                                       Espaciais, Brazil
GP2-05.4 MIDDLE AND LOW LATITUDE F-REGION TRAVELING                                              GP2-05.20    DETECTION OF UNKNOWN TARGETS USING DSSS-IMAGING
      IONOSPHERIC DISTURBANCES                                                                         RADAR SYSTEM.
      J. W. MacDougall, University Western Ontario, Canada; M. Abdu, INPE,                             D. Kandar, R. N. Bera, SMIT, Sikkim Manipal University, East Sikkim., India
      Brazil; P. Fagundes, Y. Sahai, UNIVAP, Brazil
                                                                                                 GP2-05.21     IMPROVED E-REGION ELECTRON DENSITY AND MERIDIONAL
GP2-05.5 A MULTI-FREQUENCY STUDY OF THE SHAPE OF HIGH-LATITUDE                                         WIND MEASUREMENTS OVER JICAMARCA USING MULTI-STATIC
      E-REGION BACKSCATTER RADAR SPECTRA                                                               CONFIGURATIONS
      D. R. Moorcroft, University of Western Ontario, Canada                                           F. R. Galindo, J. L. Chau, K. M. Kuyeng, Radio Observatorio de Jicamarca,
                                                                                                       Peru; D. A. Holdsworth, Atrad Pty Ltd, Australia
GP2-05.6 DEPENDENCE OF THE ION-ACOUSTIC SPEED AT ELECTROJET
      HEIGHTS UPON EXB MAGNITUDE INFERRED FROM EISCAT RADAR                                      GP2-05.22      THE INVERSION OF INCOHERENT SCATTER SPECTRA FROM
      OBSERVATIONS                                                                                     IONOSPHERIC HEATING CAMPAIGN WITH AN ASSUMPTION OF
      A. V. Koustov1, H. Liu1, R. A. D. Fiori1,2, S. Nozawa3                                           SUPER-GAUSSIAN ELECTRON DISTRIBUTION
                                                                                                       B. Xu1, J. Wu2, Z. Wu1, J. Wu2, Y. Yan2, K. Xue1
      1
        U of Saskatchewan, Canada; 2Natural Resources Canada, Canada; 3U of Nagoya,
                                                                                                       1
      Japan                                                                                              Xidian University, China; 2China Research Institute of Radiowave Propagation,
                                                                                                       China
GP2-05.7 VELOCITY OF E REGION HF ECHOES, EXB ELECTRON DRIFT AND
      ION-ACOUSTIC SPEED                                                                         GP2-05.23      INCOHERENT SCATTER SPECTRA OF COLLISIONAL PLASMA
      A. V. Koustov, J. D. Gorin, U of Saskatchewan, Canada                                            WITH THE LORENZIAN DISTRIBUTION
                                                                                                              1
                                                                                                       Z. Wu , B. Xu1, J. Wu2, K. Xue1
GP2-05.8 RECONSTRUCTION OF SPATIOTEMPORAL PROFILES OF TID                                              1
                                                                                                         Xidian University, China; 2China Research Institute of Radiowave Propagation,
      PROPAGATION CHARACTERISTICS                                                                      China
      M. V. Tolstikov, A. V. Medvedev, K. G. Ratovsky, D. S. Kushnarev, Institute of
      Solar-Terrestrial Physics (ISTP), Siberian Division of Russian Academy of Sciences,        GP2-05.24    RADAR METEOR SCIENCE: WHERE ARE WE AND WHERE
      Russian Federation                                                                               NEXT?
                                                                                                       J. D. Mathews, Penn State University, United States
GP2-05.9 OBSERVATIONS RESULTS OF MID LATITUDE COHERENT
      BACKSCATTER WITH THE KHARKOV INCOHERENT SCATTER                                            GP2-05.25     CALIBRATION OF HF RADAR SYSTEMS WITH THE PRECISION
      RADAR                                                                                            EXPANDABLE RADAR CALIBRATION SPHERE (PERCS)
      Y. V. Cherniak, V. M. Lysenko, Institute of Ionospher NAS&MES of Ukraine,                        P. A. Bernhardt, Naval Research Laboratory, United States
      Ukraine
                                                                                                 GP2-05.26      APPLICATION OF 16-MOMENT APPROXIMATION IN
GP2-05.10    PCN MAGNETIC INDEX AND ITS RELEVANCE TO                                                   CALCULATIONS OF INCOHERENT SCATTER SPECTRA
      CONVECTION ESTIMATES IN THE POLAR CAP                                                            K. Xue1, J. Wu2, L. Guo1, B. Xu1
      R. A. D. Fiori1,2, A. Koustov2, D. Boteler1                                                      1
                                                                                                         Xidian University, China; 2China Research Institute of Radio wave Propagation,
      1
        Geomagnetic Observatory, Canada; 2Institute for Space and Atmospheric Studies,                 China
      Canada
                                                                                                 GP2-05.27  VARIABILITY OF MESOSPHERIC WAVES AND TIDES AS
                                                                                                       OBSERVED BY THE HF SUPERDARN NETWORK

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       E. R. Talaat, M. Ruohoniemi, R. A. Greenwald, The Johns Hopkins University                    GP2-GF.2     3D NUMERICAL MODELING OF THE IONOSPHERIC ELECTRON
       Applied Physics Laboratory, United States                                                          DENSITY BASED ON THE FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC GPS RO DATA
                                                                                                          L.-C. Tsai1, C. H. Liu2, T. Y. Hsiao1, C. C. Chang2
GP2-05.28    MESOSPHERIC GRAVITY WAVE CHARACTERISTICS                                                     1
                                                                                                            National Central University, Taiwan; 2Academia Sinica, Taiwan
      OBSERVED BY THE ARECIBO INCOHERENT SCATTER RADAR
      Q. Zhou, Y. T. Morton, Miami University, United States                                         GP2-GF.3     EXPERIMENTAL VALIDATION OVER DIFFERENT PATHS OF
                                                                                                          OPERATIVE TECHNIQUE FOR CALCULATION OF CRITICAL
GP2-05.29       RADIOPHYSICAL OBSERVATIONS OF IONOSPHERE                                                  FREQUENCY AND PEAK HEIGHT VALUES FOR PATHS MIDPOINT
      DISTURBANCES GENERATED BY HEAVY CLASS LAUNCH VEHICLE                                                FROM OBLIQUE-INCIDENCE DATA
      START.                                                                                              A. G. Kim, G. V. Kotovich, V. P. Grozov, C. G. Ratovskiy, Institute of Solar-
      Y. V. Cherniak1, Y. I. Podyachiy2, V. N. Lysenko1                                                   Terrestrial Physics, Russian Federation
      1
        Institute of Ionospher NAS&MES of Ukraine, Ukraine; 2National Technical
      University "Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute", Ukraine                                            GP2-GF.4     IDENTIFICATION OF STRATOPAUSE HEIGHT USING BENDING
                                                                                                          ANGLE PROFILE FROM FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC RADIO OCCULTATION
GP2-05.30      STUDY OF IONOSPHERE WITH THE HELP OF INCOHERENT                                            DATA : A RADIO STRATOPAUSE
      SCATTER RADAR DURING THE MAGNETIC STORM                                                             D. Narayana Rao1, Y.-A. Liou2, C.-T. Cheng2, W.-H. Yeh2, H. Bencherif3,
      M. A. Sergeeva, D. V. Blagoveshchensky, St. Petersburg State University of                          M. Venkat Ratnam1
      Aerospace Instrumentation, Russian Federation; M. Lester, University of Leicester,                  1
                                                                                                            National Atmospheric Research Laboratory, India; 2National Central University,
      United Kingdom; V. A. Kornienko, St. Petersburg Arctic and Antarctic Research                       Taiwan, R.O.C.; 3University of La Reunion, Reunion Island
      Institute, Russian Federation

                                                                                                     Thursday, August 14                   15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall
Thursday, August 14                     15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall
                                                                                                     Session GP2-GH                                                           Poster Session
Session GP2-06                                                              Poster Session
                                                                                                     Radio Sounding Techniques for the Ionosphere and Magnetosphere
Improving Radio Systems Through Ionospheric Radio Science                                            (P)
(Trans and Sub-ionosphere, Radio Propagation) (P)
                                                                                                     Session Chairs: L-A McKinnell, Michael Rietveld, T Maruyama, Gordon James
Session Chairs: Matthew Angling, Michael Rietveld, T Maruyama, C Coleman,
Alain Bourdillon                                                                                     GP2-GH.1     DYNASONDE 21 DATA PROCESSING: PRINCIPLES AND FIRST
                                                                                                          RESULTS OBTAINED WITH THE NEW 8-CHANNEL HF RADAR SYSTEM
GP2-06.1 POWERFUL SOLAR RADIO BURSTS AS A POTENTIAL THREAT TO                                             AT WALLOPS ISLAND, VIRGINIA
      GPS FUNCTIONING                                                                                     N. A. Zabotin1,2, J. W. Wright2, T. W. Bullett3
      E. L. Afraimovich, Y. V. Yasukevich, A. B. Ishin, G. Y. Smolkov, Institute of Solar-                1
                                                                                                            University of Colorado at Boulder, United States; 2Dynasonde Solutions Ltd.,
      Terrestrial Physics SB RAS, Russian Federation                                                      United States; 3Air Force Research Laboratory, United States
GP2-06.2 POWER VARIATION ANALYSIS OF ECHO SIGNAL FROM                                                GP2-GH.2       TID DIAGNOSTICS WITH DIGISONDES USING THE
      IONOSPHERIC REFLECTOR                                                                               FREQUENCY AND ANGULAR SOUNDING TECHNIQUE
      C. Bianchi, E. Zuccheretti, V. Romano, J. A. Baskaradas, U. Sciacca, Istituto                       V. G. Galushko1, A. V. Koloskov1, V. V. Paznukhov2, B. W. Reinisch2,
      Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Italy                                                        Y. M. Yampolski1
                                                                                                          1
                                                                                                            Institute of Radio Astronomy, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine;
GP2-06.3 SIMULATION OF IONOSPHERIC CORRUPTION OF SPACE-BASED                                              2
                                                                                                            Center for Atmospheric Research, University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA
      SAR IMAGES
      N. C. Rogers, P. S. Cannon, D. P. Belcher, QinetiQ, United Kingdom                             GP2-GH.3    TRANSMIT ANTENNA FOR IONOSPHERIC SOUNDING
                                                                                                          APPLICATIONS
GP2-06.4 PROPAGATION MODELLING AND PREDICTION FOR TRANS-                                                  T. W. Bullett, Air Force Research Lab (AFRL), United States; R. Redmon,
      POLAR AIRLINE ROUTES                                                                                University of Colorado at Boulder and National Geophysical Data Center (NGDC),
      E. M. Warrington1, F. Honary2, D. H. Boteler3, N. Y. Zaalov1, A. J. Stocker1,                       United States
      D. R. Siddle1, J. L. Divine1
      1
        University of Leicester, United Kingdom; 2Lancaster University, United Kingdom;              GP2-GH.4    FAR FIELD OF LINEAR ANTENNAS IN AN ANISOTROPIC
      3
        Geological Survey of Canada, Canada                                                               PLASMA
                                                                                                          X. Huang, B. W. Reinisch, P. Song, Center for Atmospheric Research, University of
GP2-06.5 VHF COMMUNICATIONS VIA EQUATORIAL ELECTROJET                                                     Massachusetts Lowell, United States; G. P. Ginet, AFRL, United States
      SCATTERING: REVISITED
      R. F. Woodman, J. L. Chau, N. Yoza, Instituto Geofisico del Peru, Peru                         GP2-GH.5     FIRST RESULTS OF IONOSPHERIC RADIO SOUNDING
                                                                                                          OBTAINED WITH DYNASONDE 21 AT TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY,
GP2-06.6 PLASMA INFLUENCE ON PROPAGATION PARAMETERS ON VHF                                                RUSSIA
      AND UHF FREQUENCIES                                                                                 A. G. Kolesnik1, S. A. Kolesnik1, R. C. Livingston2, N. A. Zabotin3,4, J. W. Wright4
      I. M. Stanislawska, A. Kiraga, H. Rothkaehl, A. Swiatek, Space Research Centre                      1
                                                                                                            Tomsk State University, Russian Federation; 2Scion Associates Inc., USA;
      PAS, Poland                                                                                         3
                                                                                                            University of Colorado at Boulder, USA; 4Dynasonde Solutions Ltd., USA
GP2-06.7 DETERMINATION AND CORRECTION OF HIGHER ORDER                                                GP2-GH.6    ESTIMATION OF AN ELECTRON DENSITY PROFILE IN THE
      IONOSPHERE ERROR TERMS IN GPS RANGEFINDING                                                          IONOSPHERIC D-REGION DERIVED FROM THE PROPAGATION
      H. J. Strangeways, University of Leeds, United Kingdom                                              CHARACTERISTICS OF MF POLARIZED MODE WAVES OBSERVED BY
GP2-06.8 TIME OF FLIGHT MEASUREMENTS OVER THE RADIO-LINK                                                  S-310-37 SOUNDING ROCKET
      UPPSALA - BRUNTINGTHORPE AND THEIR APPLICATION FOR                                                  Y. Ashihara, Nara National College of Technology, Japan; K. Ishisaka, T. Miyake,
      TESTING THE LONG TERM PREDICTION MODELS.                                                            T. Okada, Toyama Perfectural University, Japan; I. Nagano, Kanazawa University,
      M. Pietrella1, E. M. Warrington2, A. J. Stocker2, C. Bianchi1                                       Japan
      1
        Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Italy; 2University of Leicester, U.K.        GP2-GH.7       IONOSPHERIC DRIFT MEASUREMENTS IN HEIGHTS 90-150 KM
                                                                                                          DURING SPORADIC E-LAYER OCCURRENCE USING DIGISONDE DPS-4
                                                                                                          D. Kouba1,2, P. Sauli1, J. Boska1, O. Santolik1,2
Thursday, August 14                     15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall               1
                                                                                                            Institute of Atmospheric Physics Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech
Session GP2-GF                                                              Poster Session                Republic; 2Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Czech Republic

Radio Occultation – Techniques, Validation, Science and
Applications (P)                                                                                     Thursday, August 14                   15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall
                                                                                                     Session HP2                                                              Poster Session
Session Chairs: Cathryn Mitchell, Chao-Han Liu, T Schueler, Michael Rietveld,
T Maruyama                                                                                           Poster Session II Commission H
GP2-GF.1    NEW TECHNIQUE FOR DERIVATION OF THE INTRINSIC                                            Session Chair: Y. Omura
     FREQUENCY AND OTHER INTERNAL GRAVITY WAVE PARAMETERS
     FROM A SINGLE VERTICAL TEMPERATURE PROFILE:                                                     HP2.1 TIME EVOLUTION OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL SPATIAL STRUCTURE
     APPLICATIONS TO THE RADIO OCCULTATION TEMPERATURE DATA                                                OF ION BEAM INSTABILITIES
     OBTAINED FROM GPS/FORMOSAT-3 AND CHAMP MISSIONS                                                       T. Miyake1, M. Okada2, H. Usui3, T. Ishisaka4, Y. Omura3
     A. G. Pavelyev, V. N. Gubenko, V. E. Andreev, IRE RAS, Russian                                        1
                                                                                                             Toyama Prefectural University, Japan; 2National Institute Polar Research, Japan;
     Federation; Y. A. Liou, CSRSR, Taiwan; J. Wickert, GFZ-Potsdam, Germany                               3
                                                                                                             Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto University, Japan; 4Ehime
                                                                                                           University, Japan

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HP2.2 IMPULSIVE ELECTROSTATIC WAVES GENERATED BY A POINT                                         HP-05.4 LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC SHEAR-
      CHARGE IN AN UNBOUNDED COLD MAGNETIZED PLASMA                                                    DRIVEN INSTABILITIES*
      O. C. Randriamboarison, University of Orléans/Laboratoire de Physique et Chimie                  E. M. Tejero1, W. E. Amatucci2, G. I. Ganguli2, E. Thomas1
                                                                                                       1
      de l'Environnement, LPCE/CNRS, France                                                              Auburn University/SFA, Inc., United States; 2Naval Research Laboratory, United
                                                                                                       States

Thursday, August 14                   15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall
Session HP-04                                                           Poster Session           Thursday, August 14                  15:40-18:00                 R. C. Exhibition Hall
                                                                                                 Session HP-HBDGJK                                                      Poster Session
Kinetic Processes at Boundary Layers (P)
                                                                                                 Solar Power Satellites (P)
Session Chairs: B. Lembege, G. Lakhina
                                                                                                 Session Chair: K. Hashimoto
HP-04.1 EVIDENCE OF NONSTATIONARITY OF QUASI-PERPENDICULAR
      SHOCK FRONT: COMPARATIVE APPROACH BETWEEN CLUSTER                                          HP-HBDGJK.1            A FUNDAMENTAL STUDY ON SPECTRAL PURITY OF A
      AND NUMERICAL SIMULATION RESULTS                                                                CW MAGNETRON FOR MICROWAVE POWER TRANSMISSION
      C. Mazelle1, B. Lembege2, A. Morgenthaler1, K. Meziane3, E. Lucek4                              T. Mitani, N. Shinohara, K. Hashimoto, Kyoto University, Japan
      1
        CESR / CNRS, France; 2CETP/CNRS-UVSQ, France; 3Unversity New Brunswick,
      Canada; 4Imperial College, UK                                                              HP-HBDGJK.2           SOFTWARE RETRODIRECTIVE SYSTEM FOR
                                                                                                      OUTDOOR EXPERIMENTS FOR MICROWAVE POWER TRANSMISSION
HP-04.2 ELECTROSTATIC WAVES NEAR THE LOWER-HYBRID                                                     AND SOLAR POWER SATELLITE
      FREQUENCY IN THE ELECTRON PLASMA SHEET BOUNDARY LAYER:                                          K. Hashimoto, T. Hirano, K. Mae, Y. Ohata, Kyoto University, Japan
      GEOTAIL OBSERVATIONS
      K. Shin, K. Hashimoto, H. Kojima, Y. Omura, Research Institute for Sustainable             HP-HBDGJK.3            EFFECTS OF EXTREME BACKGROUND CONDITIONS
      Humanosphere, Kyoto University, Japan; T. Okada, Toyama Prefectural University,                 ON AN SPS MICROWAVE BEAM
      Japan; H. Matsumoto, Kyoto University, Japan; T. Mukai, Institute of Space and                  R. S. Dhillon, T. R. Robinson, T. K. Yeoman, University of Leicester, United
      Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan                                Kingdom

HP-04.3 COMPETITION BETWEEN THE MIRROR-MODE INSTABILITY AND                                      HP-HBDGJK.4            MPT AND ITS GROUND APPLICATIONS : RURAL
      THE L-MODE ELECTROMAGNETIC ION CYCLOTRON INSTABILITY:                                           TELECOMMUNICATIONS
      RESULTS FROM COMPARISON OF 2-D AND 3-D SIMULATIONS                                              A. A. Teru, E. L. Meyer, Fort Hare Institute of Technology, South Africa
      M. Shoji, Y. Omura, Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto
      University, Japan; B. T. Tsurutani, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute
      of Technology, USA; O. P. Verkhoglyadova, Institute of Geophysics and Planetary            Thursday, August 14                  15:40-18:00                 R. C. Exhibition Hall
      Physics, USA                                                                               Session HP-HGE                                                         Poster Session
HP-04.4 2-D FULL-PARTICLE SIMULATION OF ELECTRON FORESHOCK                                       Seismo-electromagnetics (P)
      WITHIN THE QUASI-PERPENDICULAR SHOCK REGION :
      IDENTIFICATION OF DIFFERENT BACKSTREAMING ELECTRONS                                        Session Chair: M. Parrot
      POPULATIONS
      P. Savoini, B. Lembege, CETP/UVSQ, France                                                  HP-HGE.1    ULTRA LOW FREQUENCY AND TOTAL ELECTRON CONTENT
                                                                                                      ANOMALIES OBSERVED AT AGRA AND THEIR ASSOCIATION WITH
HP-04.5 A KINETIC MODEL TO STUDY THE DYNAMICS OF ELECTRONS                                            REGIONAL EARTHQUAKES
      OVER SHORT SCALES                                                                               B. Singh, O. P. Singh, Faculty of Engineering, R.B.S. College, Bichpuri, India
      G. Garcia, CEA, France; F. Forme, CESR, France
                                                                                                 HP-HGE.2     MEDIUM-TERM IONOSPHERIC PRECURSORS TO STRONG
HP-04.6 MAGNETOSPHERIC PLASMA DRIFT PATTERN FOR NORTHWARD                                             EARTHQUAKES
      IMF DEDUCED FROM CLUSTER EDI MEASUREMENTS                                                       L. P. Korsunova, V. V. Khegay, IZMIRAN, Russian Federation
      M. Foerster1, S. E. Haaland2,3, G. Paschmann2, J. M. Quinn4, R. B. Torbert5,
      H. Vaith5, C. A. Kletzing6                                                                 HP-HGE.3    OBSERVATION OF ANOMALOUS SCHUMANN RESONANCE
      1
        GeoForschungsZentrum (GFZ) Potsdam, Germany; 2Max-Planck Institut f.                          PHENOMENA OBSERVED IN JAPAN, IN POSSIBLE ASSOCIATION
      extraterrestrische Physik (MPE), Germany; 3University of Bergen, Norway; 4Boston                WITH EARTHQUAKES IN TAIWAN
      University, USA; 5University of New Hampshire, USA; 6University of Iowa, USA                    K. Ohta, Chubu University, Japan; M. Hayakawa, The University of Electro-
                                                                                                      Communications, Japan; A. P. Nickolaenko, Usikov Institute for Radio-Physics and
HP-04.7 ELECTRON-ACOUSTIC SOLITARY WAVES IN PRESENCE OF NON-                                          Electronics, National Academy of Sciences of the Ukraine, Ukraine
      THERMAL ELECTRONS IN THE AURORAL REGION
      S. Singh, G. S. Lakhina, Indian Institute of Geomagnetism, India                           HP-HGE.4    THE ABILITY OF THE NAVIGATION SYSTEMS FOR DETECTING
                                                                                                      SEISMOIONOSPHERIC VARIATIONS IN F2-LAYER OF THE
HP-04.8 GENERATION OF ULTRA-LOW-FREQUENCY (ULF) WAVES BY                                              IONOSPHERE
      INERTIAL ALFVEN WAVE INSTABILITY DRIVEN BY VELOCITY                                             V. M. Smirnov, E. V. Smirnova, Institute of Radioengeneering and Electronics of
      SHEAR                                                                                           RAS, Russian Federation
      G. S. Lakhina, S. V. Singh, A. P. Kakad, Indian Institute of Geomagnetism, India
                                                                                                 HP-HGE.5       PRE-SEISMIC TEC ANOMALIES: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF
                                                                                                      REGIONAL AND GLOBAL TEC VARIATIONS
Thursday, August 14                   15:40-18:00                  R. C. Exhibition Hall              E. I. Astafyeva1,2, E. L. Afraimovich1
                                                                                                      1
Session HP-05                                                           Poster Session                  Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics SB RAS, Russian Federation; 2Hokkaido
                                                                                                      University, Japan
Wave Experiments in Laboratory Plasmas and Applications to                                       HP-HGE.6    DETECTION OF SUMATRA AND PAKISTAN EARTHQUAKES BY
Space (P)                                                                                             LF BAND RECEIVER AND OBSERVATIONAL RESULTS
                                                                                                      T. K. Das, A. Saha, A. Chaudhuri, Indian Centre for Space Physics, India; B. K. De,
Session Chair: Bill Amatucci                                                                          Tripura University, India
HP-05.1 WHISTLER MODE WAVES GUIDED BY MAGNETIC FLUX TUBES IN                                     HP-HGE.7    SEISMO ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES DUE TO GEOSPOTS
      A MAGNETOPLASMA                                                                                 DURING EARTHQUAKES
      V. A. Es'kin, P. V. Bakharev, A. V. Kudrin, University of Nizhny Novgorod, Russian              T. K. Das, A. Chaudhuri, Indian Centre for Space Physics, India
      Federation; T. M. Zaboronkova, Technical University of Nizhny Novgorod, Russian
      Federation                                                                                 HP-HGE.8    VARIATIONS OF EEJ AS ONE OF IONOSPHERIC PRECURSORS
                                                                                                      OF EARTHQUAKES
HP-05.2 OBSERVATIONS OF PULSED REGIMES OF ELECTRON                                                    M. V. Klimenko, Kaliningrad State Technical University, Russian
      CYCLOTRON INSTABILITIES IN A MIRROR CONFINED PLASMA                                             Federation; I. E. Zakharenkova, V. V. Klimenko, N.V. Pushkov IZMIRAN, Russian
      PRODUCED BY ECR DISCHARGE                                                                       Federation
      D. A. Mansfeld, A. V. Vodopyanov, S. V. Golubev, A. G. Demekhov,
      A. G. Shalashov, Institute of Applied Physics, Russian Federation                          HP-HGE.9    POINTING OF SOURCE LOCATIONS OF EARTH-ORIGIN EM
                                                                                                      PULSES AS A PRECURSOR OF EARTHQUAKES
HP-05.3 LOWER-HYBRID CAVITON EXPERIMENTS USING HELICON-TYPE                                           M. Tsutsui, Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan
      RF PLASMAS
      T. Tanikawa, Tokai University, Japan; T. Motomura, K. Tanaka, S. Shinohara,                HP-HGE.10 SEISMO-ELECTRIC ULF/ELF ANOMALY OBSERVED BEFORE
      Kyushu University, Japan                                                                        5.9 MAGNITUDE ARUNACHAL PRADESH EARTHQUAKE IN INDIA BY
                                                                                                      DATA ANALYSIS FROM DEMETER SATELLITE

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       S. Bhattacharya, Madhav Institute of Technology and Science, India; A. K. Gwal,                  V. Kunitsyn, E. Andreeva, B. Krysanov, S. Suraev, M.Lomonosov Moscow State
       Barkatullah University, India                                                                    University, Russian Federation

HP-HGE.11 THE SECONDARY (TE) POLARIZATION OF SUBIONOSPHERIC
     VLF/LF FIELD AS THE TOOL FOR LOCALIZE THE SEISMO-                                         Thursday, August 14                     15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall
     IONOSPHERE IRREGULARITY.
     O. V. Soloviev, Institute of Radio Physics St Petersburg State University, Russian        Session JP04                                                                Poster Session
     Federation; M. Hayakawa, The University of Electro-Communications, Japan
                                                                                               Posters: Observatory Reports
HP-HGE.12 INVESTIGATION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC AND ACOUSTIC
     EMISSIONS ASSOCIATED WITH SEISMIC ACTIVITY                                                Session Chair: Subramaniam Ananthakrishnan
     O. F. Tyrnov1, Y. A. Bogdanov2, I. G. Zakharov1
     1                                                                                         JP04.1      LOW FREQUENCY ADAPTIVE RADIO ASTRONOMY: APPLICATION
       Kharkiv V. Karazin National University, Ukraine; 2Yug-Neftegasgeologiya, Ltd.,
                                                                                                        FOR RADIO INTERFEROMETERS
     Ukraine
                                                                                                        Y. V. Yasukevich, E. L. Afraimovich, Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics SB RAS,
HP-HGE.13 IONOSPHERIC PRECURSORS TO SEVERE EARTHQUAKES                                                  Russian Federation
     A. Das, A. DasGupta, S. K. Mitra Center for Research in Space Environment,
                                                                                               JP04.2      THE ALERTING SYSTEM FOR WASEDA RADIO TRANSIENTS
     University of Calcutta, India
                                                                                                        SURVEY PROGRAM
HP-HGE.14 EVOLUTION OF IONOSPHERE DISTURBANCES ASSOCIATED                                               K. Niinuma, Waseda University, Japan
     WITH THE 1994 SHIKOTAN EARTHQUAKE
                                                                                               JP04.3       CALIBRATION AND IMAGING OF WIDE-FIELD DATA AT METER
     E. Astafyeva1,2, K. Heki2
     1                                                                                                  WAVELENGTHS
       Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics SB RAS, Russian Federation; 2Hokkaido
                                                                                                        W. M. Peters1, W. D. Cotton2, A. S. Cohen1, T. J. W. Lazio1, N. E. Kassim1
     University, Japan                                                                                  1
                                                                                                          Naval Research Laboratory, United States; 2National Radio Astronomy
HP-HGE.15 STUDY OF PLASMA DENSITY VARIATIONS DURING THE                                                 Observatory, United States
     CENTRAL IRAN EARTHQUAKE
                                                                                               JP04.4      IMPLEMENTATION OF LOFAR RFI MITIGATION STRATEGY
     S. Sarkar, BARKATULLAH UNIVERSITY, India
                                                                                                        M. J. Bentum, A.-J. Boonstra, R. P. Millenaar, A. W. Gunst, ASTRON, Netherlands
HP-HGE.16 POSSIBLE SIGNATURES OF PRECURSORY
                                                                                               JP04.5       PROTOTYPING AND FIELD TESTING ACTIVE ANTENNAS FOR THE
     ELECTROMAGNETIC SIGNAL ANOMALIES INVESTIGATED FOR
                                                                                                        LONG WAVELENGTH ARRAY
     SEPTEMBER-NOVEMBER, 2007 AFTERSHOCKS OF GREAT SUMATRA
                                                                                                        B. C. Hicks1, N. Paravastu2, P. S. Ray1, T. E. Clarke3, Y. Pihlstrom4, N. E. Kassim1,
     EARTHQUAKES?
                                                                                                        K. W. Weiler1, W. C. Erickson5
     R. Singh1, B. Veenadhari1, A. K. Singh2, P. Pant3, P. Vohat1                                       1
     1                                                                                                    U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, United States; 2American Society for Engineering
       Indian Institute of Geomagnetism, India; 2Banaras Hindu University, India;
     3                                                                                                  Education, United States; 3Interferometrics Inc., United States; 4University of New
       Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences (ARIES), India
                                                                                                        Mexico, United States; 5University of Maryland, United States
HP-HGE.17 SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF IONOSPHERIC DISTURBANCES
                                                                                               JP04.6       THE PROTOTYPE EXPERIMENT OF CHINESE SPECTRAL
     POSSIBLY ASSOCIATED WITH LARGE EARTHQUAKES
                                                                                                        RADIOHELIOGRAPH
     M. Nishihashi, K. Hattori, Chiba University, Japan; J.-Y. Liu, National Central
                                                                                                        W. Wang1, Y. Yan1, J. Zhang2, Z. Chen1, G. Ji1, F. Liu1, Y. Dou1
     University, Taiwan                                                                                 1
                                                                                                          National Astronomical Observitories, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China;
                                                                                                        2
HP-HGE.18 SINGULAR SPECTRAL ANALYSIS AND PRINCIPAL                                                        Beijing University, China
     COMPONENT ANALYSIS OF ULF GEOMAGNETIC DATA ASSOCIATED
                                                                                               JP04.7       SIX STRONG RADIO TRANSIENTS WITH ISOTROPIC
     WITH THE 2000 IZU ISLAND EARTHQUAKE SWARM
                                                                                                        DISTRIBUTION
     K. Hattori, D. Kaida, Chiba University, Japan
                                                                                                        S. Kida, Waseda University, Japan
HP-HGE.19 VARIETY OF GEOMAGNETIC FIELD WITH THE JIUJIANG-
                                                                                               JP04.8       A NEW PROBE OF GENERAL RELATIVITY USING ECLIPSES OF
     RUICHANG MS=5.7 EARTHQUAKE
                                                                                                        THE DOUBLE PULSAR PSR J0737-3039
     B. Chen, Institute of Geophysics, China
                                                                                                        R. P. Breton1, V. M. Kaspi1, M. Kramer2, M. A. McLaughlin3,4, M. Lyutikov5,
HP-HGE.20 ANALYSIS OF MULTIPLE ELECTROMAGNETIC SIGNALS                                                  S. M. Ransom4, I. H. Stairs6, R. D. Ferdman6, F. Camilo7
                                                                                                        1
     ASSOCIATED WITH THE OCT. 30, 2007 M5.4 ALUM ROCK                                                     McGill University, Canada; 2University of Manchester, United Kingdom; 3West
     EARTHQUAKE                                                                                         Virginia University, USA; 4National Radio Astronomy Observatory, USA; 5Purdue
     T. E. Bleier1, C. Dunson1, J. Cutler1,2                                                            University, USA; 6University of British Columbia, Canada; 7Columbia University,
     1
       QuakeFinder, LLC, United States; 2Stanford University, United States                             USA

HP-HGE.21 MODELING OF THE IONOSPHERIC EARTHQUAKE                                               JP04.9      THE MIYUN 50 M RADIO TELSCOPE AND ITS SIMULTANEOUS
     PRECURSORS GENERATED BY VARIOUS ELECTRIC FIELD SOURCES                                             DUAL-FREQUENCY IPS OBSERVING SYSTEM
     O. V. Zolotov1, A. A. Namgaladze1, I. E. Zakharenkova2, I. I. Shagimuratov2,                       X. Zhang, H. Zhang, Y. Su, T. Piao, X. Zhu, National Astronomical Observatories,
     O. V. Martynenko1                                                                                  Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
     1
       Murmansk State Technical University, Russian Federation; 2West Department of
                                                                                               JP04.10 NEW SOLAR RADIOTELESCOPES IN BELGIUM
     IZMIRAN, Russian Federation
                                                                                                     F. Clette1, C. Marque1, C. Monstein2, J.-L. Dufond1, A. Ergen1
                                                                                                     1
HP-HGE.22 MODIFICATION OF MID-LATITUDE IONOSPHERE PRIOR TO                                             Royal Observatory of Belgium, Belgium; 2ETH Zentrum, Switzerland
     THE GREECE EARTHQUAKE OF 8 JANUARY 2006
                                                                                               JP04.11 THE IMPACT OF THE DIGITAL TELEVISION TRANSITION ON THE
     I. E. Zakharenkova, I. I. Shagimuratov, N. Y. Tepenitsyna, West Department of
                                                                                                     VHF/UHF SPECTRUM ENVIRONMENT
     IZMIRAN, Russian Federation
                                                                                                     A. W. Clegg, National Science Foundation, United States
HP-HGE.23 DEVELOPMENT OF CORRELATION TECHNIQUE AIMED TO
                                                                                               JP04.12 INITIAL SETI OBSERVATIONS WITH THE ALLEN TELESCOPE
     REVEAL THE IONOSPHERIC PRECURSORS OF EARTHQUAKES USING
                                                                                                     ARRAY
     THE DATA OF GPS TEC AND VERTICAL SOUNDING
                                                                                                     J. Tarter1, R. Ackermann1, P. Backus1, W. Barott2, J. Dreher1, G. Harp1, J. Jordan1,
     S. A. Pulinets1,2, T. V. Gaivoronskaya2
     1                                                                                               T. Kilsdonk1
       Scientific Center AEROCOSMOS, Russian Federation; 2IZMIRAN, Russian                           1
                                                                                                       SETI Institute, United States; 2Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, United States
     Federation
                                                                                               JP04.13 INITIAL TEST RESULTS FROM THE GAVRT 34 M TELESCOPE AND
HP-HGE.24 IONOSPHERIC MONITORING OF THE DECEMBER 2004
                                                                                                     WIDEBAND RADIOMETER
     TSUNAMI EVENT AT BATU PAHAT, MALAYSIA.
                                                                                                     G. Jones, Caltech, United States
     A. F. Mohd. Zain, S. Abdullah, Tun Hussein Onn University of Malaysia (UTHM),
     Malaysia                                                                                  JP04.14 IONOSPHERIC STRUCTURE FUNCTION FROM VLBI
                                                                                                     OBSERVATIONS.
HP-HGE.25 F2-LAYER VARIATIONS NEAR THE EARTHQUAKE
                                                                                                     B. Junor1, G. Bust2, S. Close1, C. Walker3
     EPICENTRES DURING 2005 FOLLOWING THE SUMATRA-ANDAMAN                                            1
                                                                                                       Los Alamos National Laboratory, United States; 2ASTRA, United States; 3National
     TSUNAMI.
                                                                                                     Radio Astronomy Observatory, United States
     A. F. Mohd. Zain, S. Abdullah, Tun Hussein Onn University of Malaysia (UTHM),
     Malaysia                                                                                  JP04.15 PULSARS AND TRANSIENTS WITH LOFAR
                                                                                                     J. van Leeuwen1,2, B. Stappers3, J. Hessels4
HP-HGE.26 MODELING OF AGW AND RELATED ELECTROMAGNETIC                                                1
                                                                                                       ASTRON, Netherlands; 2University of California, USA; 3University of Manchester,
     PHENOMENA CAUSED BY ATMOSPHERIC AND NEAR-SURFACE
                                                                                                     UK; 4University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
     SOURCES


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JP04.16 COMPARISON OF THREE OMNIBUS NORMALITY TESTS FOR THE                                         JP05.4       SOLAR IMAGING WITH THE RADIO OBSERVATORY FOR LUNAR
      DETECTION OF PULSED SINUSOIDAL RFI SOURCES                                                             SORTIE SCIENCE
      B. Guner, J. T. Johnson, The Ohio State University, United States                                      A. S. Cohen, E. Polisensky, J. Lazio, Naval Research Laboratory, United
                                                                                                             States; J. Schmidt, N. Gopalswamy, R. MacDowall, NASA Goddard Space Flight
JP04.17 THE RADIO OBSERVATORY AT ASTRON: NEWS FROM THE WSRT                                                  Center, United States
      AND LOFAR
      R. P. Millenaar, T. Oosterloo, M. Brentjens, ASTRON, Netherlands                              JP05.5       LUNAR ECHO EXPERIMENTS AT LONG WAVELENGTH USING
                                                                                                             HAARP AND LWA
JP04.18 RADIO ASTRONOMY ISSUES AT WRC-07                                                                     P. Rodriguez, ITT Corporation/Naval Research Laboratory, United
      T. E. Gergely, A. Clegg, National Science Foundation, United States                                    States; K. P. Stewart, B. C. Hicks, N. Paravastu, E. J. Kennedy, Naval Research
                                                                                                             Laboratory, United States; P. A. Kossey, Air Force Research Laboratory, United
JP04.19 UNCOVERING THE GALACTIC CENTER PULSAR POPULATION:
                                                                                                             States; L. J. Rickard, University of New Mexico, United States
      DISCOVERY OF TWO HIGHLY DISPERSED PULSARS NEAR SGR A*
      J. S. Deneva, Cornell University/NAIC, United States; J. M. Cordes, Cornell                   JP05.6       TESTING POLYIMIDE FILM AS THE BACKBONE FOR A LOW
      University, United States; T. J. W. Lazio, Naval Research Laboratory, United                           FREQUENCY LUNAR INTERFEROMETER
      States                                                                                                 J. O. Burns, R. Kane, University of Colorado at Boulder, United
                                                                                                             States; T. J. W. Lazio, K. W. Weiler, Naval Research Laboratory, United
JP04.20 AN ANALYSIS OF SMALL SCALE TEC VARIATIONS IN THE
                                                                                                             States; J. Kasper, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, United
      CONTEXT OF LOFAR
                                                                                                             States; D. L. Jones, JPL, United States; R. J. MacDowall, Goddard Space Flight
      P. S. Cannon, QinetiQ, United Kingdom; M. Van der Kamp, University of Bath,
                                                                                                             Center, United States
      United Kingdom; J. E. Noordam, ASTRON, Netherlands
                                                                                                    JP05.7      VSOP-2 OBSERVATION SYSTEM
JP04.21 FIRST SCIENCE OBSERVATIONS WITH MUSTANG
                                                                                                             Y. Kono, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan; M. Tsuboi,
      B. S. Mason, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, United
                                                                                                             Y. Murata, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
      States; MUSTANG Collaboration, UPenn, NASA-GSFC, NIST, & Cardiff
      University, United States                                                                     JP05.8        THE GLOBAL MAPPING OF LUNAR GRAVITY FIELD BY KAGUYA,
                                                                                                             OKINA, AND OUNA
JP04.22 NAVIGATION, SATELLITES AND RADIO ASTRONOMY
                                                                                                             T. Iwata1, N. Namiki2, H. Hanada3, K. Matsumoto3, H. Noda3, M. Ogawa4,
      C. R. Subrahmanya, Raman Research Institute, India
                                                                                                             N. Kawano3, K. Asari3, S. Tsuruta3, S. Goossens3, Q. Liu3, F. Kikuchi3, Y. Ishihara3,
JP04.23 RADIO ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY OF SICAYA IN PERU                                                     T. Ishikawa3, S. Sasaki3
                                                                                                             1
      J. K. Ishitsuka, E. D. Vidal, A. A. Dalmau, Instituto Geofisico del Peru, Peru                           Institute of Space and Astronautical Science. Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency,
                                                                                                             Japan; 2Kyushu University, Japan; 3National Astronomical Observatory of Japan,
JP04.24 THE NEW DYNAMIC SCHEDULING SYSTEM FOR THE GBT                                                        Japan; 4Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
      M. McCarty, D. Balser, C. Bignell, M. Clark, J. Condon, P. Marganian, L. Morgan,
      K. O'Neil, A. Shelton, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, United States                    JP05.9       SIGNAL-IN-SPACE MONITORING FACILITY FOR FIRST GALILEO
                                                                                                             SATELLITES
JP04.25 THE VLBA SENSITIVITY UPGRADE PROJECT                                                                 H. van der Marel, A. van Ardenne, K. Kegel, ASTRON, Netherlands; A. Bos, S&T,
      J. Romney, W. Brisken, S. Durand, R. Hayward, C. Kutz, M. Revnell, C. Walker,                          Netherlands; C. Tiberius, Delft University of Technology,
      National Radio Astronomy Observatory, United States                                                    Netherlands; I. Karkowski, TNO Space, Netherlands

JP04.26 CONFUSION LIMITED ALL SKY IMAGES WITH LOFAR                                                 JP05.10 A STUDY ON THE OBSERVATION SYSTEM FOR THE LUNAR LOW
      V. N. Pandey1,2, J. V. Zwieten3,2, G. D. Bruyn2,1, R. Nijboer2                                      FREQUENCY ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY
      1
        University of Groningen, The Netherlands; 2ASTRON, The Netherlands; 3Science &                    T. Iwata1, H. Noda2, H. Misawa3, F. Tsuchiya4, K. Imai4, T. Kondo5, N. Kawano3,
      Technology B.V., The Netherlands                                                                    H. Ujihara3, M. Inoue3
                                                                                                          1
                                                                                                            Institute of Space and Astronautical Science. Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency,
JP04.27 RFI MITIGATION FOR THE LOW FREQUENCY ARRAY (LOFAR)                                                Japan; 2National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan; 3Tohoku University,
      V. N. Pandey1,2, J. V. Zwieten3,2, G. D. Bruyn2,1, A. Renting2                                      Japan; 4Kochi National College of Technology, Japan; 5National Institute of
      1
        University of Groningen, The Netherlands; 2ASTRON, The Netherlands; 3Science &                    Information and Communications Technology, Japan
      Technology B.V., The Netherlands
                                                                                                    JP05.11 DEVELOPMENT OF THE OPTICAL SYSTEM FOR VSOP-2 OFFSET
JP04.28 SURVEY PROJECT OF RADIO TRANSIENT WITH NASU SPHERICAL                                             CASSEGRAIN ANTENNA
      DISH ARRAY OF WASEDA UNIVERSITY                                                                     K. Kimura, H. Ogawa, Osaka prefecture university, Japan; H. Ujihara, National
      T. Daishido, Waseda University, Japan                                                               Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan; Y. Murata, M. Tsuboi, H. Saito, Japan
                                                                                                          Aerospace Exploration Agency/Institute of Space and Astronautical Science,
JP04.29 DAILY MONITORING OF THE VARIABILITY OF THE CEPHEUS A
                                                                                                          Japan; T. Kasuga, Hosei University, Japan
      METHANOL MASER AT 6.7 GHZ
      K. Sugiyama, K. Fujisawa, K. Wajima, S. Sawada-Satoh, Yamaguchi University,                   JP05.12 GROUND SUPPORT AND OPERATIONS FOR THE VSOP-2/ASTRO-G
      Japan                                                                                               PROJECT
                                                                                                          Y. Murata1, K. Saito1, A.-G. Project team1,2
JP04.30 RECENT RESULTS OF JAPANESE VLBI NETWORK                                                           1
                                                                                                            JAXA, Japan; 2NAOJ, Japan
      K. Fujisawa, Yamaguchi University, Japan
                                                                                                    JP05.13 SPACE MM-WAVE TELESCOPE OF ASTRO-G SATELLITE
                                                                                                          M. Tsuboi, H. Saito, Y. Murata, Institute of Space and Astronautical Science,
Thursday, August 14                     15:40-18:00                 R. C. Exhibition Hall                 Japan; T. Kasuga, Hosei University, Japan; K. Kimura, H. Ogawa, Osaka
Session JP05                                                              Poster Session                  prefecture university, Japan; H. Ujihara, T. Bushimata, National Astronomical
                                                                                                          Observatory, Japan; T. Umemoto, Nobeyama Radio Observatory, Japan
Posters: Radio Astronomy in Space and on the Moon
                                                                                                    JP05.14 DETECTION OF UHE NEUTRINOS THROUGH INTERACTIONS
Session Chair: Subramaniam Ananthakrishnan                                                                WITH THE LUNAR REGOLITH
                                                                                                          T. Jaeger, R. Mutel, University of Iowa, United States
JP05.1       GFRP WAVEGUIDE ASSEMBLY FOR THE COOLED RECEIVER ON
         BOARD THE RADIO ASTRONOMICAL SATELLITE ASTRO-G (VSOP-2)                                    JP05.15 RADIO SCIENCE TECHNIQUES TO TEST THE THEORY OF
         T. Kasuga, Hosei University, Japan; M. Tsuboi, Institute of Space and Astronautical              GENERAL RELATIVITY
         Science, Japan; H. Ogawa, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan; H. Ujihara,                        S. Asmar, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, United States; L. Iess, Universit La Sapienza,
         National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan                                                Italy

JP05.2       ANTENNA CONCEPTS FOR A LUNAR ARRAY FOR SOLAR SCIENCE
         AT DECAMETER WAVELENGTHS                                                                   Thursday, August 14                     15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall
         N. Paravastu1, K. P. Stewart1, D. L. Jones2, T. J. W. Lazio1                               Session JP06                                                                Poster Session
         1
           Naval Research Laboratory, United States; 2Jet Propulsion Laboratory, United
         States                                                                                     Posters: Signal Processing, Calibration and Imaging in Radio
JP05.3       INSTRUMENTATION FOR LUNAR ECHO MEASUREMENTS WITH                                       Astronomy
         HAARP AND LWA
         K. P. Stewart1, P. Rodriquez2, B. C. Hicks1, N. Paravastu1, N. E. Kassim1,                 Session Chair: Subramaniam Ananthakrishnan
         E. J. Kennedy2, P. A. Kossey3, L. J. Rickard4                                              JP06.1       THE LOFAR REAL-TIME SOFTWARE CORRELATOR
         1
           Naval Research Laboratory, United States; 2ITT Corporation, Naval Research                        P. C. Broekema, J. W. Romein, ASTRON, Netherlands
         Laboratory, United States; 3Air Force Research Laboratory, United States;
         4
           University of New Mexico, United States



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JP06.2       THE SPECTROMETER CORRELATOR OF THE F-FX ALGORITHM                                                The University of Tokyo, Japan; 2Research Institute International Medical Center of
         AND ITS PERFORMANCE AT THE ATACAMA SUBMILLIMETER                                                   Japan, Japan; 3The Kyusyu University, Japan
         TELESCOPE EXPERIMENT (ASTE) TELESCOPE
         S. Iguchi, T. Okuda, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan                      KP2.6 INFLUENCE OF USE CONDITIONS AND MOBILE PHONE CATEGORIES
                                                                                                           ON SAR DISTRIBUTIONS IN DIFFERENT ANATOMICAL LOCATIONS
JP06.3       SPECTRAL ESTIMATION VIA ADAPTIVE TUNABLE NON-                                                 IN THE BRAIN
         PARAMETRIC METHOD                                                                                 N. Varsier1,2, K. Wake2, M. Taki1,2, S. Watanabe2
         S. Ryu, A. A. Kishk, UNIV. OF MISSISSIPPI, United States                                          1
                                                                                                             Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan; 2National Institute of Information and
                                                                                                           Communications Technology (NICT), Japan
JP06.4       REAL-TIME COHERENT DEDISPERSION USING FPGAS
         P. McMahon1,2,3, G. Jones4, J. van Leeuwen1,1, D. Backer1,1, D. Werthimer1,1                KP2.7 INVESTIGATION OF THE RADIATED POWER AND THE SAR INDUCED
         1
           University of California, Berkeley, United States; 2Karoo Array Telescope, South                BY A MOBILE PHONE HELD BY A HUMAN BODY INSIDE A CAR
         Africa; 3University of Cape Town, South Africa; 4California Institute of Technology,              A. Hadjem, M. F. Wong, J. Wiart, France Telecom R&D, France
         United States
                                                                                                     KP2.8 BIO- THERMAL EFFECTS DUE TO ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION
JP06.5       EFFECTS OF ANTENNA PRIMARY BEAM ERRORS IN MOSAIC                                              P. P. Pathak, Gurukul Kangri University, India
         IMAGING WITH APERTURE SYNTHESIS TELESCOPES
         S. Bhatnagar, NRAO, United States                                                           KP2.9 HARMFULNESS OF MOBILE PHONE TOWERS
                                                                                                           P. P. Pathak, Gurukul Kangri University, India; S. Kumar, S.D. College of Engg. &
JP06.6       HIGH-RESOLUTION WIDEBAND FPGA AND ASIC                                                        Technology, Muzaffarnagar, India; V. Kumar, S.D. Bansal College of Technology,
         SPECTROMETERS                                                                                     Umeria (near Rau) Indore (MP), India
         T. Filiba1,1, H. Chen1, P. McMahon1,2,3, B. Nikolic1,1, B. Richards1, A. Siemion1,
         D. Werthimer1,1                                                                             KP2.10 LOW INTENSITY MILLIMETER WAVES REDUCE THE BRAIN
         1
           University of California, Berkeley, United States; 2Karoo Array Telescope, South                BIOELECTRICAL ACTIVITY REACTIONS, ARISING FROM THE
         Africa; 3University of Cape Town, South Africa                                                    MOBILE PHONE EMF
                                                                                                           V. E. Lyubchenko1, O. V. Betski1,2, N. N. Lebedeva3,2, V. D. Kotov1,
JP06.7       A 150 MHZ SOUTHERN SKY SURVEY COVERING THE                                                    E. O. Yunevich1
                                                                                                           1
         DECLINATION RANGE -75 DEGREES < DEC < -10 DEGREES AND THE                                           RAS Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics, Russian Federation; 2Medical
         RA RANGE 00 TO 18 HOURS                                                                           Technical Association EHF, Russian Federation; 3RAS Institute of Higher Nervous
         S. Daiboo1,2, A. Nayak1, N. Udaya Shankar1                                                        Activity and Neurophysiology, Russian Federation
         1
           Raman Research Institute, India; 2University of Mauritius, Mauritius
                                                                                                     KP2.11 ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIOFREQUENCY FIELDS AND RED
JP06.8       RADIO PULSARS AT THE ALLEN TELESCOPE ARRAY                                                    BLOOD CELL AGGREGATION
         J. van Leeuwen1, D. Backer1, P. McMahon1,2, D. Werthimer1                                         A. Sanchis Otero, M. Sancho Ruiz, G. Martinez Lopez, J. L. Sebastian Franco,
         1
           University of California, USA; 2Karoo Array Telescope, South Africa                             S. Munoz Sanmartin, Faculty of Physics. Universidad Complutense of Madrid, Spain

JP06.9       THE GREEN BANK ULTIMATE PULSAR PROCESSING                                               KP2.12 MICROWAVE METHODS FOR MICROWAVE MEDICAL
         INSTRUMENT                                                                                        DIAGNOSTICS AND TREATMENT
         J. Ford, G. Langston, R. McCullough, J. Ray, P. Demorest, R. Duplain, S. Ransom,                  J. Vrba1, L. Oppl1, J. Vrba2, D. Vrba1
                                                                                                           1
         National Radio Astronomy Observatory, United States                                                 Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic; 2RWTH in Aachen
                                                                                                           University, Germany
JP06.10 A NEW APPROACH TO IMPROVE THE DYNAMIC RANGE OF GMRT
      LOW FREQUENCY IMAGES                                                                           KP2.13 PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN TIME DOMAIN MICROWAVE
      P. Prasad, C. R. Subrahmanya, Raman Research Institute, India                                        IMAGING
                                                                                                           M. Ostadrahimi, S. Noghanian, F. Safari, University of Manitoba, Canada
JP06.11 REAL TIME IMAGING WITH THE ALLEN TELESCOPE ARRAY
      G. K. Keating1, M. Wright1, D. MacMahon1, W. Barott2, G. Harp2, L. Urry1,                      KP2.14 INVESTIGATION OF WAVELENGTH-SPECIFIC CHARACTERISTICS
      M. Dexter1, C. Gutierrez-Kraybill1                                                                   OF QUASI- AND MILLIMETER-WAVES
      1
        UC Berkeley, United States; 2SETI Institute, United States                                         M. Kojima1,2,3, T. Sakai4, Y. Yamashiro1, Y. Suzuki5, A. Hirata6, Y. Sakamoto1,2,
                                                                                                           Y. Kawakami1,2, S. Watanabe4, K. Wake4, M. Taki5, Y. Kamimura7, H. Sasaki1,2,
JP06.12 THE DEVELOPMENT AND PERFORMANCE OF A NEW 4 GBPS DISK                                               K. Sasaki1
      RECORDER AND E-VLBI SYSTEMS USING A 10GIGABIT ETHERNET                                               1
                                                                                                             Medical Research Institute, Kanazawa Medical University, Japan; 2Kanazawa
      T. Oyama, T. Hara, Y. Kono, N. Kawaguchi, K. Sato, NINS, National Astronomical                       Medical University, Japam; 3School of Nursing, Kanazawa Medical University,
      Observatory of Japan, Japan                                                                          Japan; 4National institute of information and communications technology, Japan;
                                                                                                           5
                                                                                                             Graduate Schools of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Metropolitan University,
JP06.13 EVLA ROUND-TRIP PHASE MEASUREMENT RESOLUTION
                                                                                                           Japan; 6Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan; 7Faculty of Engineering,
      K. A. Morris, J. Jackson, S. Durand, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, United
                                                                                                           Utsunomiya University, Japan
      States

JP06.14 THE MURCHISON WIDEFIELD ARRAY CALIBRATION AND
      IMAGING PIPELINE                                                                               Friday, August 15                     08:00-10:00                            Columbus IJ
      D. A. Mitchell, R. B. Wayth, L. J. Greenhill, S. M. Ord, Smithsonian Astrophysical             Session A07
      Observatory, United States
                                                                                                     EM Dosimetry
Thursday, August 14                     15:40-18:00                   R. C. Exhibition Hall          Session Chair: Niels Kuster
Session KP2                                                                 Poster Session
                                                                                                     08:00 A07.1 INVARIANCE OF THE LENGTH OF VECTOR AND ITS
                                                                                                           APPLICATION TO THE CALIBRATION OF THREE-AXIS MAGNETIC
General Poster Session II Commission K                                                                     SENSORS
                                                                                                           X. Zhao, China Aerospace Science and Technology Corp.,, China
Session Chair: Ben Greenebaum
                                                                                                     08:20 A07.2 DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE DIGITAL SIMULATION
KP2.1 EFFECT OF A 100MT STATIC MAGNETIC FIELD ON HSP70 MRNA IN
                                                                                                           IMPEDANCE STANDARD
      HL-60 CELLS
                                                                                                           Y. Li, M. Liu, Q. Wei, Beijing Orient Institute of Measurement & Test, China
      M. Belton, F. S. Prato, J. J. Carson, Lawson Health Research Institute, Canada
                                                                                                           Academy of Space Technology, China
KP2.2 BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES OF RATS BRAIN EXPOSED TO LOW
                                                                                                     08:40 A07.3 PHASE-RETRIEVAL FROM PHASELESS MEASURED E-FIELD
      INTENSITY MICROWAVE RADIATION
                                                                                                           DATA
      R. Paulraj, J. Behari, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India
                                                                                                           M. Johansson, M. Persson, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
KP2.3 WHOLE BODY 900 MHZ RADIATION EXPOSURE EFFECT ON ENZYME
                                                                                                     09:00 A07.4 A RADIO FREQUENCY RADIATION REVERBERATION
      ACTIVITY IN MALE WISTAR RATS
                                                                                                           CHAMBER EXPOSURE SYSTEM FOR RODENTS
      K. K. Kesari, J. Behari, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India
                                                                                                           M. H. Capstick, N. Kuster, S. Kuehn, V. Berdinas-Torres, Foundation for Research
KP2.4 TRENDS IN BRAIN APPLICATIONS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS                                               on Information Technology in Society, Switzerland; J. Ladbury, G. Koepke, NIST,
      M. Persson, A. Fhager, H. Trefna, M. Lu, Chalmers University of Technology,                          USA; D. McCormick, J. Gauger, IIT Research Institute, USA; R. Melnick, NIEHS,
      Sweden                                                                                               USA

KP2.5 COMBINATION EFFECTS OF PULSED MAGNETIC STIMULATION (MS)                                        09:20 Break
      AND IMATINIB MESYLATE (IM) ON IM-RESISTANT LEUKEMIC CELLS
      S. Yamaguchi-Sekino1, Y. Sato2, M. Sekino1, S. Ueno3

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09:40 A07.5 WHOLE BODY AND LOCAL SAR IN ANATOMICAL PHANTOMS                                      Compact/Miniaturized Antennas
      EXPOSED TO RF FIELDS FROM BIRDCAGE COILS
      E. Cabot1, A. Christ1, N. Kuster1,2                                                        Session Chairs: Ahmed Kishk, Nader Behdad
      1
        IT'IS Foundation, Switzerland; 2ETHZ, Switzerland
                                                                                                 08:00 B09.1 A UNIPLANAR DUAL-POLARIZED MINIATURIZED ANTENNA
                                                                                                       N. Behdad, University of Central Florida, United States
Friday, August 15                      08:00-10:40                                Grand B
                                                                                                 08:20 B09.2 WIDE-ELEVATION CIRCULAR-POLARIZED QUADRIFILAR
Session B05                                                                                            HELICAL ANTENNA HANDSET DESIGN FOR SATELLITE
                                                                                                       COMMUNICATION USING GENETIC ALGORITHMS
Numerical, Asymptotic and Hybrid Methods                                                               D. Zhou, R. A. Abd-Alhameed, C. H. See, University of Bradford, United
                                                                                                       Kingdom; P. S. Excell, North East Wales Institute of Higher Education, University
Session Chairs: Vincenzo Galdi, Makoto Ando                                                            of Wales, United Kingdom
08:00 B05.1 FILLING TIME REDUCTION IN RLSA MOM ANALYSIS BY USING                                 08:40 B09.3 DESIGN OF MULTIBAND BUTTON WEARABLE ANTENNA
      ASYMPTOTICS                                                                                      W. Huang, D. Kajfez, A. A. Kishk, L. K. Hady, University of Mississippi, United
      A. Mazzinghi1, M. Albani2, A. Freni1                                                             States
      1
        University of Florence, Italy; 2University of Siena, Italy
                                                                                                 09:00 B09.4 COMPACT ASYMMETRIC COPLANAR STRIP FED DUAL BAND
08:20 B05.2 SOME NEW FINDINGS IN PHYSICAL OPTICS AND THE                                               ANTENNA FOR WLAN APPLICATIONS
      RELATIONS TO GTD AND MOM                                                                         D. V. Nair, S. Raman, B. Paul, P. Mohanan, Centre for Research in
      M. Ando, L. Rodriguez, T. Shijo, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan                            Electromagnetics and Antennas, India
08:40 B05.3 CHARACTERISTIC BASIS FUNCTION METHOD--A NOVEL                                        09:20 Break
      APPROACH TO INCORPORATING CONCEPTS OF ASYMPTOTIC
      TECHNIQUES INTO RIGOROUS NUMERICAL METHODS                                                 09:40 B09.5 A COMPACT PLANAR ANTENNA FOR MODERN MICROWAVE
      R. Mittra, Pennsylvania State University, United States                                          COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
                                                                                                       G. Augustin, C. K. Aanandan, M. Pezolil, V. Kesavath, Cochin University of Science
09:00 B05.4 AN EFFICIENT HYBRID FE-BI-TW-COLLECTIVE RAY                                                and Technology, India
      FORMULATION FOR ANALYSIS OF LARGE CONFORMAL ARRAYS
      P. H. Pathak1, P. Janpugdee2, R. J. Burkholder1, J.-F. Lee1                                10:00 B09.6 A COMPACT WIDEBAND ANTENNA FOR MODERN WIRELESS
      1
        The Ohio State University, United States; 2Aeroflex Powell, Inc., United States                COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
                                                                                                       P. C. Bybi, B. Jitha, C. K. Aanandan, K. Vasudevan, P. Mohanan, Cochin University
09:20 Break                                                                                            of Science and Technology, India
09:40 B05.5 SOLUTIONS OF EXTREMELY LARGE ELECTROMAGNETICS
      PROBLEMS INVOLVING TENS OF MILLIONS OF UNKNOWNS USING                                      Friday, August 15                    08:00-10:40                         Columbus CD
      PARALLEL MLFMA AND PRECONDITIONERS
      L. Gurel, O. Ergul, T. Malas, Bilkent University Computational Electromagnetics            Session E05
      Research Center (BiLCEM), Turkey
                                                                                                 Spectrum Management
10:00 B05.6 CLASSICAL MODEL OF QUANTUM NOISE WITH THE FDTD
      METHOD                                                                                     Session Chairs: Terje Tjelta, Gao Yougang
      J. Andreasen1,2, H. Cao1,2, A. Taflove1, P. Kumar1,1, C.-Q. Cao3
      1
        Northwestern University, United States; 2Yale University, United States; 3Peking         08:00 E05.1 CHINESE FREQUENCY SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT
      University, China                                                                                R. Chang, Ministry of Information Industry, China

10:20 B05.7 FINITE DIFFERENCE DELAY METHODS FOR TRANSIENT                                        08:20 E05.2 SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT FOR LUNAR AND MARS SPACE
      SCATTERING                                                                                       INITIATIVES
      D. S. Weile, X. Wang, P. Monk, University of Delaware, United States                             W. A. Luther, ASRC Management Services, United States

                                                                                                 08:40 E05.3 RADIO SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT - - A PROCEDURE IN
Friday, August 15                      08:00-10:00                         Columbus GH                 PERMANENT EVOLUTION
                                                                                                       J. I. Cracovski, Consejo Profesional de Ingeniería de Telecomunicaciones,
Session C10                                                                                            Electrónica e Informática, Argentina

Millimeter-wave Systems (Including 60 GHz) for Radar and High-                                   09:00 E05.4 IMPROVED UTILIZATION OF THE RADIO SPECTRUM
data-rate Communications                                                                               RESPECTING PHYSICAL LAWS
                                                                                                       R. Struzak, National Institute of Telecommunications, Poland
Session Chair: Luis Correia
                                                                                                 09:20 Break
08:00 C10.1 IMPACT OF ANTENNA CONFIGURATION AND SHADOWING ON
      THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE 60 GHZ INDOOR WIDEBAND RADIO                                    09:40 E05.5 THE OVERVIEW OF DYNAMIC FREQUENCY SPECTRUM ACCESS
      CHANNEL                                                                                          BASED ON SOME ADVANCED TECHNIQUES
      M. Peter, W. Keusgen, Fraunhofer-Institut fuer Nachrichtentechnik, Heinrich-Hertz-               Q. Song, Song Qijun, China; X. He, He Xin, China; W. Zou, Zou Weixia, China
      Institut, Germany                                                                          10:00 E05.6 STANDARDS FOR ADVANCED, LOW-COST WIRELESS
08:20 C10.2 IMPLEMENTATION OF A CHANNEL SOUNDER FOR THE 60 GHZ                                         SOLUTIONS
      BAND                                                                                             C. M. Di Lapi, Motorola Inc., United States
      S. Salous, S. Feeney, Durham University, United Kingdom                                    10:20 E05.7 SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES OF THE U.S. NATIONAL
08:40 C10.3 INDOOR CHANNEL MEASUREMENTS AND COMMUNICATIONS                                             RESEARCH COUNCIL COMMITTEE ON RADIO FREQUENCIES
      SYSTEM DESIGN AT 60 GHZ                                                                          D. B. Lang, U.S. National Research Council, United States; P. A. Vanden Bout,
      L. Rakotondrainibe, G. Zaharia, G. El Zein, IETR, France; Y. Lostanlen, SIRADEL,                 National Radio Astronomy Observatory, United States; J. Piepmeier, NASA
      France                                                                                           Goddard Space Flight Center, United States

09:00 C10.4 RAY-TRACING SIMULATIONS OF THE 60 GHZ INCABIN RADIO
      CHANNEL                                                                                    Friday, August 15                    08:00-10:40                         Columbus EF
      R. Felbecker, W. Keusgen, M. Peter, Fraunhofer-Institut fuer Nachrichtentechnik,           Session FC
      Heinrich-Hertz-Institut, Germany
                                                                                                 Wireless Propagation and Channel Modelling
09:20 Break

09:40 C10.5 OVERVIEW OF MW/MMW EVEN HARMONIC                                                     Session Chairs: Claude Oestges, Ian Glover
      MODULATION/DEMODULATION WITH AN ANTI-PARALLEL DIODE                                        08:00 FC.1 A METHOD FOR IDENTIFYING SIMULTANEOUSLY-
      PAIR                                                                                             TRANSMITTED SIGNALS FROM DIFFERENT TRANSMIT ANTENNAS IN
      K. Itoh, Mitsubishi-Electric, Japan                                                              MUTI-ANTENNA CHANNEL SOUNDING EXPERIMENTS
                                                                                                       R. J. C. Bultitude, Communications Research Centre, Canada; G. Dhaman,
                                                                                                       R. H. M. Hafez, Carleton University, Canada
Friday, August 15                      08:00-10:20                         Columbus AB
Session B09


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                                                                                                       1
08:20 FC.2 DIRECTIONAL CHANNEL MODELING WITH SPARSE POWER                                                University of Iowa, United States; 2College of St. Catherine, United States; 3Naval
      AZIMUTH SPECTRUM ESTIMATION                                                                      research Laboratory, United States
      J. W. Wallace, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany
                                                                                                08:20 H05.2 EFFECTS OF PERPENDICULAR PLASMA FLOW VELOCITY
08:40 FC.3 MEASUREMENT-BASED TIME-VARIANT MIMO CHANNEL                                                SHEAR ON PARALLEL SHEAR DRIVEN DRIFT WAVE
      MODELLING USING CLUSTERS                                                                        T. Kaneko1, S. Tamura1, A. Ito2, R. Hatakeyama1
      N. Czink1,2, E. Bonek2, J. Ylitalo3, T. Zemen1                                                  1
                                                                                                        Tohoku University, Japan; 2National Institute for Fusion Science, Japan
      1
        Telecommunications Research Centre Vienna (ftw.), Austria; 2Vienna University of
      Technology, Austria; 3Elektrobit, Finland                                                 08:40 H05.3 POLARIZATION REVERSAL OF ELECTRON CYCLOTRON
                                                                                                      WAVES CREATING PLASMA-POTENTIAL STRUCTURES IN
09:00 FC.4 TIME-VARIANT MIMO CHANNELS: STOCHASTIC MODELING                                            LABORATORY PLASMAS
      BASED ON EXPERIMENTAL OBSERVATIONS                                                              K. Takahashi1,2, T. Kaneko1, R. Hatakeyama1
      C. Chen, M. A. Jensen, Brigham Young University, United States                                  1
                                                                                                        Tohoku University, Japan; 2Iwate University, Japan

09:20 Break                                                                                     09:00 H05.4 THE VASIMR ION CYCLOTRON HEATING EXPERIMENT
                                                                                                      M. S. Brukardt, E. A. Bering, University of Houston, United States
09:40 FC.5 BRANCH CROSS-CORRELATION IN PRESENCE OF SPATIALLY
      SELECTIVE INTERFERENCE EXPRESSED IN TERMS OF THE                                          09:20 Break
      SPHERICAL VECTOR WAVE EXPANSION OF THE
      ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD                                                                     09:40 H05.5 CRASH AND RECOVERY OF THE POTENTIAL IN A TOROIDAL
      A. Alayon-Glazunov1, F. Tufvesson1, M. Gustafsson1, A. F. Molisch1,2,                           PLASMA COLUMN, AS OBSERVED BY GENERALIZED CONDITIONAL
      G. Kristensson1                                                                                 SAMPLING
      1
        Lund University, Sweden; 2Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, USA                              A. Fredriksen, University of Tromso, Norway; H. L. Pecseli, J. K. Trulsen,
                                                                                                      University of Oslo, Norway
10:00 FC.6 POLARIZATION EFFECTS IN HIGH-SPEED TRAIN RADIO
      COMMUNICATIONS CHANNELS                                                                   10:00 H05.6 LABORATORY STUDIES OF WHISTLER AND LOWER HYBRID
      S. Knoerzer, W. Wiesbeck, Universitaet Karlsruhe (TH), Germany                                  WAVE PROPAGATION*
                                                                                                      B. Amatucci1, D. Blackwell1, G. Gatling1, D. Walker2, G. Ganguli1
                                                                                                      1
10:20 FC.7 WIRELESS PROPAGATION ANALYSIS AND MEASUREMENT IN                                             Naval Research Laboratory, United States; 2SFA Incorporated, United States
      ENCLOSED REFLECTIVE STRUCTURES
      Y. Ouyang, W. J. Chappell, purdue university, United States                               10:20 H05.7 WHISTLER WAVES RADIATION BY LOOP ANTENNA IN
                                                                                                      PLASMAS WITH MAGNETIC FIELD IRREGULARITIES
                                                                                                      T. M. Zaboronkova1, M. E. Gushchin2, V. A. Koldanov2, S. V. Korobkov2,
Friday, August 15                    08:00-09:20                                Grand E               A. V. Kostrov2, C. Krafft3, A. V. Strikovsky2
                                                                                                      1
                                                                                                        Technical University of Nizhny Novgorod, Russian Federation; 2Institute of Applied
Session G05a                                                                                          Physics, Russian Federation; 3Ecole Polytechnique, France
Radar Studies I
                                                                                                Friday, August 15                      08:00-10:40                                  Grand A
Session Chairs: Wesley Swartz, M Lester, Jorge Chau
                                                                                                Session J05
08:00 G05a.1 POLARIZATION PROPERTIES OF NON-SPECULAR METEOR
      TRAIL AND HEADS                                                                           Radio Astronomy in Space and on the Moon
      S. Close1, M. Kelley2, L. Dyrud3, P. Colestock1
      1
        LANL, United States; 2Cornell University, United States; 3Center for Remote             Session Chair: Leonid Gurvits
      Sensing, United States
                                                                                                08:00 J05.1 THE WILKINSON MICROWAVE ANISOTROPY PROBE(WMAP):
08:20 G05a.2 TWO-DIMENSIONAL RADAR IMAGING OF FIELD-ALIGNED                                           FIVE YEARS OF OBSERVATIONS
      IRREGULARITIES AT MIDLATITUDE IONOSPHERE WITH THE MU                                            N. C. Jarosik, Princeton University, United States
      RADAR
      S. Fukao, M. Yamamoto, Kyoto University, Japan                                            08:20 J05.2 THE PLANCK MISSION
                                                                                                      J. A. Tauber, European Space Agency, Netherlands
08:40 G05a.3 THOSE DARN RADARS: NEW DIRECTIONS FOR THE SUPER
      DUAL AURORAL RADAR NETWORK                                                                08:40 J05.3 THE FIRST SPACE-VLBI MISSION VSOP
      J. B. H. Baker1, J. M. Ruohoniemi1, S. G. Shepherd2, K. A. McWilliams3,                         H. Hirabayashi, JAXA, Japan
      R. A. Greenwald1, W. A. Bristow4
      1                                                                                         09:00 J05.4 THE NEXT GENERATION SPACE VLBI PROJECT, VSOP-2
        The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, United States;
      2                                                                                               (ASTRO-G)
        Dartmouth College, United States; 3University of Saskatchewan, Canada;
      4                                                                                               H. Saito, M. Tsuboi, Y. Murata, JAXA, Japan
        University of Alaska, United States
                                                                                                09:20 Break
09:00 G05a.4 EXTENDED HIGH ATTITUDE INCOHERENT SCATTER RADAR
      OBSERVATIONS DURING THE IPY                                                               09:40 J05.5 MOON-BASED ULTRA-LONG-WAVELENGTH RADIO
      A. P. van Eyken, EISCAT Scientific Association, Sweden                                          ASTRONOMY: SCIENCE CASE AND TECHNOLOGY OUTLOOK
                                                                                                      H. Falcke, RU Nijmegen & ASTRON, Netherlands; S. Jester, MPIA, Germany
Friday, August 15                    09:40-10:40                                Grand E         10:00 J05.6 THE DARK AGES LUNAR INTERFEROMETER
Session GT                                                                                            J. Lazio, Naval Research Laboratory, United States

                                                                                                10:20 J05.7 VLBI DEVELOPMENT IN CHINA AND ITS APPLICATIONS FOR
Tutorial G – Ionospheric Assimilation – Techniques and                                                CHINESE LUNAR PROBE PROJECT CHANG'E-1
Performance                                                                                           S. Ye1, X. Hong1, X. Zhang1, Z. Qian1, D. Jiang1, X. Hu1, J. Ping1, W. Zheng1, C. Li2,
                                                                                                      N. Wang3, Y. Li4, J. Li1, G. Wang1, F. Shu1, Q. Fan1, H. Zhang2, Y. Aili3, M. Wang4,
Session Chair: Paul Cannon                                                                            W. Wei1, S. Liang1, Z. Xue1, X. Huang1, Z. Chen1, W. Wang1, Y. Xiang1, H. Yu1,
                                                                                                      Y. Huang1, B. Li1, H. Li1
09:40 GT.1 IONOSPHERIC DATA ASSIMILATION: TECHNIQUES AND                                              1
                                                                                                        Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China;
      PERFORMANCE                                                                                     2
      B. D. Wilson, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, United States                                            National Astronomical Observatory, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China; 3Urumqi
                                                                                                      Station, National Astronomical Observatory, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China;
                                                                                                      4
                                                                                                       Yunnan Astronomical Observatory, National Astronomical Observatory, Chinese
Friday, August 15                    08:00-10:40                                Grand F               Academy of Sciences, China

Session H05
                                                                                                Friday, August 15                      08:00-10:40                           Columbus KL
Wave Experiments in Laboratory Plasmas and Applications to
                                                                                                Session K02c
Space
Session Chairs: Bill Amatucci, Toshiro Kaneko                                                   Biological Effects of EMF: Imaging the Human Response

08:00 H05.1 LABORATORY STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF PARALLEL                                          Session Chairs: Niels Kuster, Peter Achermann
      VELOCITY SHEAR ON ELECTROSTATIC ION WAVES IN A                                            08:00 K02c.1 PULSE-MODULATED RADIO FREQUENCY
      MAGENTIZED PLASMA                                                                               ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS AFFECT HUMAN BRAIN PHYSIOLOGY
      R. L. Merlino1, E. P. Agrimson2, S.-H. Kim1, N. D'Angelo1, G. Ganguli3

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        P. Achermann, S. Regel, Institute of Pharmacology & Toxicology / University of                        1
                                                                                                                  Lund University, Sweden; 2Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, USA
        Zurich, Switzerland
                                                                                                       15:20 A04.6 INFLUENCE OF TURNTABLE ORIENTATION ON AUTOMOTIVE
08:20 K02c.2 EFFECTS FROM 884 MHZ MOBILE PHONE RADIOFREQUENCY                                                ANTENNA PATTERN MEASUREMENTS
      ON BRAIN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY, SLEEP, COGNITION, AND WELL-                                                C. Ullrich, U. Siart, P. Russer, Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Germany
      BEING
      B. B. Arnetz, Wayne State University School of Medicine, United States; L. Hillert,              15:40 Break
      Karolinska Institutet, Sweden; T. Kerstedt, A. Lowden, Stockholm University,
                                                                                                       16:00 A04.7 DEVELOPMENT OF A FLEXIBLE ELECTRICALLY SCANNED
      Sweden; N. Kuster, S. Ebert, C. Boutry, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,
                                                                                                             ARRAY USING A ROTMAN LENS
      Switzerland; S. D. Moffat, Wayne State University, United States; M. Berg,
                                                                                                             T. K. Anthony, S. J. Weiss, Army Reseach Lab, United States
      Uppsala University Hospital, Sweden; C. Wiholm, Uppsala University, Sweden

08:40 K02c.3 DO 2G AND 3G MOBILE PHONE EXPOSURES AFFECT
      WORKING MEMORY IN CHILDREN, ADULTS AND ELDERLY?                                                  Friday, August 15                       13:40-17:20                               Grand B
      R. J. Croft1,2, R. J. McKenzie1,2, S. Leung2, S. Iskra1,2, B. V. O'Neill2, B. Y. Silber2,        Session B04
      S. P. Loughran1,2
      1
        Australian Centre for Radiofrequency Bioeffects Research (ACRBR), Australia;                   Antennas and Arrays
      2
        Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
                                                                                                       Session Chairs: H. Nakano, Richard W. Ziolkowski
09:00 K02c.4 INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN THE EFFECTS OF THE
      RADIOFREQUENCY ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS EMITTED BY                                                 13:40 B04.1 ANTENNA ARRAY DESIGNS WITH ADVANCED BEAM STEERING
      MOBILE PHONES ON HUMAN SLEEP                                                                           CAPABILITIES
      S. P. Loughran1, M. Jackson2, M. E. Howard3, R. J. Croft1,2                                            M. F. Iskander, N. Celik, J. M. Bell, Z. Yun, University of Hawaii, United States
      1
        Australian Centre for Radiofrequency Bioeffects Research (ACRBR), Australia;
      2
        Swinburne University of Technology, Australia; 3Austin Hospital, Australia                     14:00 B04.2 INJECTION MOLDED MILLIMETER-WAVE HORN ARRAY
                                                                                                             ANTENNA
09:20 Break                                                                                                  Y. Aramaki, H. Uchida, N. Yoneda, I. Naito, H. Miyashita, Y. Konishi, Mitsubishi
                                                                                                             Electric Corporation, Japan
09:40 K02c.5 EXPERIMENTAL OUTCOME OF HUMAN PROVOCATION
      STUDIES DEPEND ON THE DESIGN SPECIFICS OF THE EXPOSURE                                           14:20 B04.3 SINGLE-LAYER MULTI-BAND CIRCULARLY POLARIZED
      SETUP                                                                                                  REFLECTARRAY ANTENNA: CONCEPT, DESIGN, AND
      N. Kuster1,2, M. Murbach1,2, M. Christopoulou1,3, S. Kuehn1,2, A. Christ1                              MEASUREMENT
      1
        IT'IS Foundation, Switzerland; 2Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH),                         F. Yang, A. Yu, A. Elsherbeni, The University of Mississippi, United
      Switzerland; 3National Technical University, Greece                                                    States; J. Huang, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, United Sstates

10:00 K02c.6 FUNCTIONAL IMAGING OF MAGNETIC FIELD THERAPY                                              14:40 B04.4 BROADBAND DOA ESTIMATION USING REALISTIC ANTENNA
      J. A. Robertson1,2, J. Theberge1,2,3, J. Weller2, D. J. Drost1,2,3, F. S. Prato1,2,3,                  ARRAYS
      A. W. Thomas1,2,3                                                                                      R. Fernandez-Recio, T. K. Sarkar, SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, United
      1
        Lawson Health Research Institute, Canada; 2University of Western Ontario,                            States; L. E. Garcia-Castillo, M. Salazar, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
      Canada; 3St. Joseph's Health Care, Canada
                                                                                                       15:00 B04.5 UNBALANCED-EXCITATION SPIRAL ANTENNA
10:20 K02c.7 THE ABILITY OF ULTRA WIDEBAND SIGNALS IN DETECTION                                              H. Nakano, T. Igarashi, R. Suzuki, Y. Yamauchi, Hosei University, Japan
      OF THE SKIN TUMOR
      M. A. A. Eldosoky, Faculty of Engineering Helwan university, Egypt                               15:20 B04.6 POLAR DESIGN AND MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES FOR
                                                                                                             ELECTROMAGNETIC BANDGAP STRUCTURES
                                                                                                             C. B. Mulenga, J. A. Flint, A. Chauraya, J. C. Vardaxoglou, Loughborough
Friday, August 15                         11:00-12:00                         Crystal Ballroom               University, United Kingdom
Session L3                                                                                             15:40 Break

General Lecture 3: Wireless Communications: 2020                                                       16:00 B04.7 RECENT ADVANCES IN METAMATERIAL ANTENNAS
                                                                                                             C. Caloz, cole Polytechniqu de Montral, Canada
Session Chair: François Lefeuvre
                                                                                                       16:20 B04.8 ANTENNAS AND RF COMPONENTS USING DISPERSION
11:00 L3.1 WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS: 2020                                                                     ENGINEERED COUPLED MICROSTRIP TRANSMISSION LINES
      W. T. Webb, Ofcom, United Kingdom                                                                      J. L. Volakis, K. Sertel, The Ohio State University, United States

                                                                                                       16:40 B04.9 FROM METAMATERIAL-BASED TO METAMATERIAL-INSPIRED
Friday, August 15                         13:40-16:20                              Columbus IJ               MINIATURIZED ANTENNAS: A POSSIBLE PROCEDURE AND SOME
                                                                                                             EXAMPLES
Session A04                                                                                                  F. Bilotti, L. Vegni, University ROMA TRE, Italy
Antenna Characterisation                                                                               17:00 B04.10 USING METAMATERIAL CONSTRUCTS TO MODIFY THE
                                                                                                             PERFORMANCE OF ANTENNA SYSTEMS
Session Chair: Quirino Balzano                                                                               R. W. Ziolkowski, P. Jin, C.-C. Lin, University of Arizona, United States
13:40 A04.1 RADIATION AND SWITCHABLE CHARACTERISTIC OF A
      MICROSTRIP ANTENNA WITH HALL-EFFECTED DOPED                                                      Friday, August 15                       13:40-17:20                           Columbus GH
      SEMICONDUCTOR SUBSTRATE
      N. K. Saxena, Agra College Agra, India                                                           Session C00

14:00 A04.2 ON THE RADIATIONS FROM MICROMACHINED PATCH                                                 Forum on Radio Science and Telecommunications
      ANTENNAS
      P. K. S. Pourush, Agra College Agra, India                                                       Session Chair: Gert Brussaard
14:20 A04.3 A NOVEL PORTABLE NEAR-FIELD MEASUREMENT SYSTEM                                             13:40 C00.1 ULTRAWIDEBAND COMMUNICATIONS - AN OVERVIEW
      FOR MILLIMETER-WAVE ANTENNAS: CONSTRUCTION,                                                            A. F. Molisch1,2
                                                                                                             1
      DEVELOPMENT, AND VERIFICATION                                                                            Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, United States; 2Lund University, Sweden
      T. J. Brockett, Y. Rahmat-Samii, University of California, Los Angeles, United
      States                                                                                           14:20 C00.2 NEEDS, RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ON SOFTWARE
                                                                                                             DEFINED COGNITIVE RADIO TECHNOLOGY
14:40 A04.4 CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ACTIVE, INVERTED, CONICAL                                                H. Harada, National Instiute of Information and Communication Technology (NICT),
      SINUOUS ANTENNA                                                                                        Japan
      R. S. Gawande, University of Virginia, United States; R. F. Bradley, National Radio
      Astronomy Observatory, United States                                                             15:00 C00.3 INTERFERENCE MANAGEMENT: NOVEL METHODS TO
                                                                                                             PROTECT COMMUNICATION AND REMOTE SENSING SYSTEM
15:00 A04.5 ON THE MEAN EFFECTIVE GAIN EXPRESSED IN TERMS OF THE                                             INTEGRITY AND REGULATE SPECTRUM USAGE IN A DYNAMIC AND
      SPHERICAL VECTOR WAVE EXPANSION OF THE                                                                 FLEXIBLE MANNER, WHILE CATERING FOR ULTRA-WIDEBAND AND
      ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD                                                                                  INTELLIGENT RADIO SYSTEMS
      A. Alayon-Glazunov1, A. F. Molisch1,2, M. Gustafsson1, F. Tufvesson1,                                  L. Jeanty, Radiocommunications Agency the Netherlands, Netherlands
      G. Kristensson1
                                                                                                       15:40 Break

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16:00 C00.4 HEALTH ASPECTS OF THE PROLIFERATION OF WIRELESS                                             X. T. Ngu, A. Nothofer, D. W. Thomas, C. Christopoulos, University of Nottingham,
      COMMUNICATIONS IN A DEREGULATED ARENA                                                             United Kingdom
      N. Kuster, IT'IS Foundation, ETHZ, Switzerland
                                                                                                 16:20 E08.5 A ROADMAP FOR CHARACTERIZING BPL MODEMS WITH
16:40 C00.5 FORUM DISCUSSION                                                                           RESPECT TO EMC: PART A: GENERAL CONCEPT
      G. Brussaard, ,                                                                                  J. A. Catrysse, KHBO, Belgium

                                                                                                 16:40 E08.6 A ROADMAP FOR CHARACTERIZING BPL MODEMS WITH
Friday, August 15                     13:40-16:20                          Columbus AB                 RESPECT TO EMC: PART B: POWER MAINS PARAMETERS
                                                                                                       J. A. Catrysse, KHBO, Belgium
Session D05
                                                                                                 17:00 E08.7 PASSIVE INTERMODULATION DISTORTION IN MICROWAVE
Modeling of High Frequency Devices and Circuits                                                        NETWORKS FROM COAXIAL CONNECTORS
                                                                                                       J. Henrie, A. Christianson, W. J. Chappell, purdue university, United States
Session Chair: Samir M. El-Ghazaly
13:40 D05.1 NETWORK ORIENTED MODELING OF THE ONE-PORT                                            Friday, August 15                     13:40-16:40                         Columbus EF
      ANTENNA STRUCTURE
      T. Shevgunov, A. Baev, Y. Kuznetsov, Moscow Aviation Institute (State Technical            Session F07
      University), Russian Federation; P. Russer, Technische Universitaet Muenchen,
      Germany                                                                                    Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere: Temperature, Humidity and
                                                                                                 Non-precipitating Clouds
14:00 D05.2 COMPUTER-AIDED INVESTIGATION OF MEMS-
      RECONFIGURABLE MICROSTRIP ANTENNA BEHAVIOUR                                                Session Chairs: Steven Reising, Ed Westwater
      F. Donzelli, V. Rizzoli, D. Masotti, F. Mastri, A. Costanzo, University of Bologna,
      Italy                                                                                      13:40 F07.1 GPS TOMOGRAPHY AND RADAR REFLECTIVITY
                                                                                                       RECONSTRUCTION FAST ALGORITHM.
14:20 D05.3 CHARACTERISTIC IMPEDANCE OF MICROSTRIP-LIKE                                                M. Reverdy, J. Van Baelen, Laboratoire de Meteorologie Physique,
      INTERCONNECTIONS GUARDED BY GROUND TRACKS                                                        France; A. Walpersdorf, Laboratoire de Geophysique interne et Tectonophysique,
      R. Sharma, Jaypee University of Information Technology, Waknaghat, Solan,                        France; B. Boudevillain, Laboratoire detude des transferts en hydrologie et
      India; T. Chakravarty, Tata Consultancy Services, India; A. B. Bhattacharyya,                    environnement, France
      Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, India
                                                                                                 14:00 F07.2 3-D WATER VAPOR RETRIEVAL USING A REMOTE SENSING
14:40 D05.4 A THEOREM FOR THE PROPERTIES OF SOME CLASSES OF                                            NETWORK OF SCANNING COMPACT MICROWAVE RADIOMETERS
      REAL NUMBERS, CONNECTED WITH THE ZEROS OF COMPLEX                                                S. C. Reising1, S. Padmanabhan1, J. Vivekanandan2, F. Iturbide-Sanchez3,
      KUMMER FUNCTION AND ITS APPLICATION IN THE THEORY OF                                             W. W. Foster1
                                                                                                       1
      CIRCULAR FERRITE WAVEGUIDES WITH AZIMUTHAL                                                         Colorado State University, United States; 2National Center for Atmospheric
      MAGNETIZATION                                                                                    Research, United States; 3NOAA/NESDIS, United States
      G. N. Georgiev, M. N. Georgieva-Grosse, University of Veliko Tirnovo, Bulgaria
                                                                                                 14:20 F07.3 HIGH-RESOLUTION VOLUME IMAGIN OF THE ATMOSPHERE
15:00 D05.5 DESIGN OF COMPACT AND MINIATURIZED BAND-PASS                                               WITH MULTIPLE-FREQUENCY MULTIPLE-SUBARRAY MST RADAR
      FILTERS IN COPLANAR WAVEGUIDE (CPW) TECHNOLOGY                                                   K. Nishimura, Research Organization of Information and Systems, Japan.,
      P. J. Marraccini, N. Behdad, University of Central Florida, United States                        Japan; T. Sato, Kyoto University, Japan
15:20 D05.6 SLOW-WAVE RAIL COPLANAR STRIP (R-CPS) LINE WITH LOW                                  14:40 F07.4 AN ATTEMPT TO MEASURE ATMOSPHERIC TEMPERATURE
      IMPEDANCE CAPABILITY                                                                             STRUCTURE PARAMETER AND RADIO REFRACTIVE INDEX
      N. Yang, C. Caloz, K. Wu, Ecole Polytechnique Montreal, Canada                                   STRUCTURE PARAMETER USING AN ACOUSTIC WIND PROFILER
                                                                                                       M. Bahl, R. M. Khanna, B. Gupta, D. Singh, S. C. Garg, National Physical
15:40 Break                                                                                            Laboratory, India
16:00 D05.7 ON THE PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS AND OPTIMUM DESIGN OF                                    15:00 F07.5 BEHAVIOR OF TEMPERATURE STRUCTURE PARAMETER IN
      SI(1-Y)GE(Y)/SI MULTIPLE QUANTUM WELL RESONANT CAVITY                                            THE LOWER ABL AT A TROPICAL STATION
      ENHANCED P-I-N PHOTODETECTOR                                                                     S. K. Muppa, V. K. Anandan, national atmospheric research laboratory, India
      M. K. Das, N. R. Das, University of Calcutta, India
                                                                                                 15:20 F07.6 STUDY OF AEROSOL BLACK CARBON DURING DIFFERENT
                                                                                                       WEATHER CONDITIONS OVER DELHI
Friday, August 15                     13:40-14:40                          Columbus CD                 T. Bano, S. Singh, R. K. Roshan, K. Soni, R. S. Tanwar, S. Nath, National Physical
Session ET                                                                                             Laboratory, India

                                                                                                 15:40 Break
Tutorial E – Reverberation Chambers
                                                                                                 16:00 F07.7 GPRS-BASED REMOTE SENSING SYSTEM FOR HUMIDITY AND
Session Chair: Flavio Canavero                                                                         TEMPERATURE USING COOLRUNNER-2 CPLD
13:40 ET.1 AN INTRODUCTION TO REVERBERATION CHAMBERS                                                   W. M. El-Medany, University Of Bahrain, Bahrain
      J. Ladbury, National Institute of Standards and Technology, United States                  16:20 F07.8 INTER-ANNUAL VARIABILITY OF WATER VAPOR AND ITS
                                                                                                       RELATION WITH FOG FORMATION OVER THE INDO-GANGETIC
                                                                                                       PLAINS
Friday, August 15                     14:40-17:20                          Columbus CD
                                                                                                       A. K. Prasad, R. P. Singh, M. Kafatos, George Mason University, United
Session E08                                                                                            States; W. K. K-M. Lau, Goddard Space Flight Center, United States

Experimental Techniques for EMC Compliance
                                                                                                 Friday, August 15                     13:40-17:20                               Grand E
Session Chairs: Paolo Corona, Johan Catrysse                                                     Session G05b
14:40 E08.1 ALTERNATIVE METHODOLOGIES FOR THE CONDUCTED
      EMISSION MEASUREMENT OF LARGE MACHINES                                                     Radar Studies II
      J. A. Catrysse, KHBO, Belgium
                                                                                                 Session Chairs: Wesley Swartz, M Lester, Jorge Chau
15:00 E08.2 ALTERNATIVE METHODOLOGY FOR THE RADIATED EMISSION
      MEASUREMENT OF LARGE MACHINES                                                              13:40 G05b.1 TEMPERATURE PROFILES IN THE MLT REGION USING
      J. A. Catrysse, KHBO, Belgium                                                                    RADAR-METEOR TRAIL DECAY TIMES: COMPARISON WITH
                                                                                                       TIMED/SABER OBSERVATIONS
15:20 E08.3 EXPERIMENTAL DETERMINATION OF ROOM PARAMETERS,                                             K. Kishore Kumar, space physics laboratory, India
      SIGNAL DISTORTION AND INTERFERENCE FOR INDOOR UWB
      COMMUNICATIONS                                                                             14:00 G05b.2 MODELING THE INCOHERENT SCATTER RADAR SPECTRUM
      L. R. Arnaut, T. H. Loh, National Physical Laboratory, United Kingdom                            PERPENDICULAR TO B AND ESTIMATION OF F-REGION PLASMA
                                                                                                       PARAMETERS AT JICAMARCA
15:40 Break                                                                                            E. Kudeki, M. Milla, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States

16:00 E08.4 ON THE PERFORMANCE OF A LOADED GTEM CELL USING TLM                                   14:20 G05b.3 FULL PROFILE INCOHERENT SCATTER ANALYSIS AT
      SIMULATION                                                                                       JICAMARCA

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       D. L. Hysell, F. S. Rodrigues, Cornell University, United States; J. L. Chau, Radio        16:00 HGE.7 VARIATION OF THE ELECTRON TEMPERATURE RECORDED
       Observatorio de Jicamarca, Peru; J. D. Huba, Naval Research Laboratory, United                   BY THE SATELLITE DEMETER DURING SEISMIC ACTIVITY
       States                                                                                           M. Parrot, LPCE/CNRS, France

14:40 G05b.4 ZONAL ASYMMETRY OF DAYTIME E-REGION AND 150-KM                                       16:20 HGE.8 MULTIPLE MEASUREMENTS SUPPORTING IONOSPHERIC
      ECHOES OBSERVED BY EQUATORIAL ATMOSPHERE RADAR IN                                                 MAPPING AND MODELLING IN SEISMICALLY ACTIVE EUROPEAN
      INDONESIA                                                                                         REGIONS
      T. Yokoyama1, A. K. Patra2, Y. Otsuka3, M. Yamamoto4, D. L. Hysell1                               B. Zolesi1, L. R. Cander2, A. Belehaki3, V. Romano1
      1
        Cornell University, United States; 2National Atmospheric Research Laboratory,                   1
                                                                                                          Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Italy; 2Rutherford Appleton
      India; 3Nagoya University, Japan; 4Kyoto University, Japan                                        Laboratory, UK; 3National Observatory of Athens, Greece

15:00 G05b.5 IMPROVED ASPECT SENSITIVITY MEASUREMENTS OF 150KM                                    16:40 HGE.9 ULF MAGNETIC TRANSFER FUNCTION APPROACH FOR
      ECHOES ABOVE JICAMARCA WITH A NEW ANTENNA                                                         MONITORING OF CRUSTAL ACTIVITY AND NOISE REDUCTION
      CONFIGURATION                                                                                     K. Hattori1, H. Ishikawa1, M. Harada2, I. Takahashi1, C. Yoshino1
      H. Pinedo, J. Chau, Jicamarca Radio Observatory, Peru; C. La Hoz, V. Belyey,                      1
                                                                                                          Chiba University, Japan; 2Tokai University, Japan
      University of Troms, Norway
                                                                                                  17:00 HGE.10 ESTIMATION OF ENERGETIC EFFECTIVENESS OF THE
15:20 G05b.6 ON EXPERIMENTAL VERIFICATION OF INCOHERENT                                                 IONIZATION IN CREATION OF THERMAL ANOMALIES BEFORE
      SCATTER THEORY INCLUDING MAGNETIC FIELD                                                           EARTHQUAKES BASED ON OLR MEASUREMENTS
      A. N. Bhatt1, M. J. Nicolls2, M. P. Sulzer3, M. C. Kelley1                                        S. A. Pulinets, Scientific Center AEROCOSMOS, Russian Federation; D. Ouzounov,
      1
        Cornell University, United States; 2SRI International, United States; 3National                 George Mason University, USA
      Astronomy and Ionosphere Center, United States

15:40 Break                                                                                       Friday, August 15                     13:40-17:20                                Grand A
16:00 G05b.7 POLARDARN INVESTIGATIONS OF THE HIGH LATITUDE                                        Session J06
      IONOSPHERE.
      J.-P. St-Maurice, G. Sofko, R. K. Choudhary, K. McWilliams, A. Koustov, Institute           Signal Processing, Calibration and Imaging in Radio Astronomy
      of Space and Atmospheric Sciences, U of Saskatchewan, Canada
                                                                                                  Session Chair: Tim Cornwell
16:20 G05b.8 APPLICATION OF MAXENT OPTIMAL IMAGING TO THE
      PASSIVE MANASTASH RIDGE RADAR                                                               13:40 J06.1 RON BRACEWELL - HIS CONTRIBUTION TO RADIO SCIENCE
      Z. Berkowitz, J. D. Sahr, University of Washington, United States                                 R. H. Frater, ResMed Inc, Australia

16:40 G05b.9 SIMULTANEOUS AND CO-LOCATED MEASUREMENTS OF                                          14:00 J06.2 MULTI-FREQUENCY SYNTHESIS IMAGING WITH MULTI-SCALE
      RADAR REFLECTIVITY, TURBULENCE, WINDS, AND ELECTRON                                               DECONVOLUTION
      DENSITY BY VHF/MF RADARS DURING PMWE AND PMSE                                                     U. Rau1,2,3, T. J. Cornwell3
                                                                                                        1
      W. Singer, R. Latteck, F.-J. Luebken, Leibniz Institute of Atmospheric Physics,                     National Radio Astronomy Observatory, United States; 2New Mexico Institute of
      Germany; K. Dahle, Andoya Rocket Range, Norway                                                    Mining and Technology, United States; 3CSIRO Australia Telescope National
                                                                                                        Facility, Australia
17:00 G05b.10 THE SCATTERING CHARACTERISTICS OF PMSE AT 33 CM
      WITH THE POKER FLAT INCOHERENT SCATTER RADAR                                                14:20 J06.3 FARADAY ROTATION MEASURE SYNTHESIS
      M. J. Nicolls, C. J. Heinselman, SRI International, United States; M. C. Kelley,                  M. A. Brentjens, ASTRON, Netherlands
      R. H. Varney, Cornell University, United States
                                                                                                  14:40 J06.4 MULTI-FREQUENCY SMEAR FITTING
                                                                                                        R. I. Reid, NRAO, United States
Friday, August 15                      13:40-17:20                                 Grand F        15:00 J06.5 BAYESIAN INTERFEROMETRIC IMAGING
Session HGE                                                                                             E. C. Sutton, University of Illinois, United States

Seismo-electromagnetics                                                                           15:20 J06.6 SUBSPACE TECHNIQUES FOR RADIO-ASTRONOMICAL DATA
                                                                                                        ENHANCEMENT
Session Chairs: S. Pulinets, M. Parrot, O A. Molchanov                                                  S. Yatawatta, Kapteyn Institute, University of Groningen and ASTRON, Netherlands

13:40 HGE.1 PERTURBATIONS OF INTENSITY OF ELF/VLF EMISSIONS IN                                    15:40 Break
      THE VICINITY OF EARTHQUAKES: A STATISTICAL STUDY
                                                                                                  16:00 J06.7 RESAMPLING METHODS IN RADIO ASTRONOMY
      F. Nemec1,2,3, O. Santolik2,3, M. Parrot1, J.-J. Berthelier4
      1                                                                                                 A. J. Kemball, UIUC, United States
        LPCE/CNRS, France; 2Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University,
      Czech Republic; 3IAP/ASCR, Czech Republic; 4CETP/CNRS, France                               16:20 J06.8 OPTIMAL MAP MAKING AND THE ANALYSIS OF NEXT
                                                                                                        GENERATION INTERFEROMETRIC DATA SETS
14:00 HGE.2 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF SEISMOELECTROMAGNETIC
                                                                                                        M. F. Morales1,2
      DISTURBANCES ON WHISTLER-WAVES PROPAGATION BY USING                                               1
                                                                                                          University of Washington, United States; 2for the MWA Collaboration, United
      DEMETER DATA
                                                                                                        States
      L. Conti, A. Buzzi, Roma Tre University-INFN, Italy; M. Parrot, J.-L. Pincon,
      V. Sgrigna, LPCE/CNRS, France                                                               16:40 J06.9 AUTONOMOUS ONLINE LOFAR STATION CALIBRATION
                                                                                                        S. J. Wijnholds, ASTRON, Netherlands
14:20 HGE.3 CHARACTERISTICS OF IONOSPHERIC PERTURBATIONS FOR
      THE 2004 SUMATRA EARTHQUAKE, AS REVEALED FROM THE                                           17:00 J06.10 A REAL-TIME SOFTWARE BACK-END FOR THE GMRT
      GROUND-BASED (JAPAN) AND SATELLITE-BASED OBSERVATIONS OF                                          J. Roy, Y. Gupta, NCRA - TIFR, India; U.-L. Pen, CITA, University of Toronto,
      NWC VLF TRANSMITTER SIGNALS                                                                       Canada; J. Peterson, Carnegie Mellon University, US
      M. Hayakawa, T. Horie, M. Yoshida, The University of Electro-Communications,
      Japan; T. Nakamura, Kochi University, Japan; M. Parrot, LPCE/CNRS,
      France; O. A. Molchanov, Institute of Physics of the Earth, Russian Academy of              Friday, August 15                     13:40-17:20                          Columbus KL
      Sciences, Russia
                                                                                                  Session KAE
14:40 HGE.4 GENERAL SCHEME OF LITHOSPHERE-ATMOSPHERE-
      IONOSPHERE COUPLING DUE TO SEISMICITY                                                       Exposure Assessment & Emerging New Technologies
      O. Molchanov, Institute of Earth Physics, Moscow, Russian Federation
                                                                                                  Session Chairs: Georg Neubauer, Antonio Faraone
15:00 HGE.5 COMPARISON OF ELF/VLF MAGNETIC DATA FROM THE
      DEMETER/IMSC INSTRUMENT FOR LARGE EARTHQUAKES                                               13:40 KAE.1 ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD MEASUREMENT IN PRESENCE OF
      J. Bortnik, UCLA, United States; J. W. Cutler, Stanford University, United                        RADIOFREQUENCY WIDEBAND DIGITAL SIGNALS
      States; C. Dunson, T. E. Bleier, QuakeFinder, LLC., United States                                 D. Trinchero, B. Fiorelli, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; R. Stefanelli, L. Anglesio,
                                                                                                        A. Benedetto, S. Trinchero, G. d'Amore, ARPA Piemonte, Italy; M. Borsero,
15:20 HGE.6 GPS TEC ANOMALIES OBSERVED PRIOR TO THE PERU                                                G. Vizio, INRIM, Italy
      EARTHQUAKE OF 26 SEPTEMBER 2005
      I. E. Zakharenkova, I. I. Shagimuratov, N. Y. Tepenitsyna, West Department of               14:00 KAE.2 COUPLING CHARACTERISTIC OF ADULT AND CHILDREN
      IZMIRAN, Russian Federation                                                                       WITH NON-UNIFORM MAGNETIC FIELD
                                                                                                        K. Maruyama1,2, Y. Suzuki3, M. Taki3, K. Wake2, S. Watanabe2, O. Hashimoto1
                                                                                                        1
15:40 Break                                                                                               Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan; 2National Institute of Information and
                                                                                                        Communications Technology, Japan; 3Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan


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14:20 KAE.3 A THREE-AXIS ELECTRO-OPTIC PROBE FOR SPECIFIC                                           Saturday, August 16                    08:00-10:40                                 Grand B
      ABSORPTION RATE MEASUREMENT
      K. Kiminami, T. Iyama, T. Onishi, NTT DoCoMo, Inc., Japan                                     Session B06

14:40 KAE.4 NEW TECHNIQUES IN RF DOSIMETRY                                                          Transient Fields and Ultra Wide Band Antennas
      Q. Balzano, V. Hodzic, C. Davis, university of Maryland, United States
                                                                                                    Session Chairs: Ehud Heyman, Filippo Capolino
15:00 KAE.5 METHOD OF ENSURING SAR COMPLIANCE FOR MULTI-MODE
      AND MIMO HANDHELD WIRELESS COMMUNICATION DEVICES                                              08:00 B06.1 TIME-DOMAIN BEAM SHAPING OF PULSED ARRAYS
      WHILE OPTIMIZING LINK-MARGIN                                                                        M. Ciattaglia1,2, G. Marrocco1
                                                                                                          1
      A. Faraone, M. G. Douglas, G. W. Grube, Motorola Labs, USA                                            University of Roma Tor Vergata, Italy; 2Selex-SI, Italy

15:20 KAE.6 ANALYSIS OF THE EXPOSURE INDUCED BY NEW USAGES AND                                      08:20 B06.2 ANALYZING THE ELECTROMAGNETIC PERFORMANCE OF
      NEW WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES                                                                           SELF-COMPENSATING UWB ANTENNAS
      J. J. Wiart, A. Hadjem, A. Gati, E. Conil, A. Cortel, M. F. Wong, France Telecom                    M. Armanious, J. S. Tyo, University of Arizona, United States
      Orange Labs, France
                                                                                                    08:40 B06.3 FREQUENCY AND TIME DOMAIN RESPONSES OF A CURVED
15:40 Break                                                                                               WEDGE TO A COMPLEX SOURCE POINT ILLUMINATION - A
                                                                                                          COMPARISON OF TWO APPROACHES
16:00 KAE.7 EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT METHODS FOR EMERGING NEW                                                  Y. Kim, P. H. Pathak, The Ohio State University, United States; H.-T. Chou, Yuan
      TECHNOLOGIES                                                                                        Ze University, Taiwan
      G. Neubauer, K. Lamedschwandner, S. Cecil, G. Schmid, Austrian research Centers
      GmbH - ARC, Austria                                                                           09:00 B06.4 A TIME-DOMAIN APPROACH TO THE EXTINCTION PARADOX
                                                                                                          FOR SCATTERING OF ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
16:20 KAE.8 THERMAL DOSIMETRY IN HUMAN FOR MICROWAVE                                                      M. Gustafsson, C. Sohl, A. Karlsson, G. Kristensson, Lund University, Sweden
      EXPOSURES
      A. Hirata, O. Fujiwara, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan                                 09:20 Break

16:40 KAE.9 INFLUENCES OF AGE DEPENDENT TISSUE PARAMETERS AND                                       09:40 B06.5 TRANSIENT REFLECTION OF A PLANE WAVE FROM A
      ANATOMICAL STRUCTURES ON SAR AND TEMPERATURE INCREASE                                               GENERALLY-DISPERSIVE DIELECTRIC HALF SPACE
      IN THE HEADS OF CELLULAR PHONE USERS                                                                E. J. Rothwell, Michigan State University, United States
      M.-C. Gosselin1, A. Christ1, M. Murbach1,2, S. Ryf1, S. Kuehn1,2, M. Christopoulou1,3,
                                                                                                    10:00 B06.6 TIME DOMAIN WEYL'S IDENTITY AND TRANSIENT MODES DUE
      E. Neufeld1,2, C. Gabriel4, A. Peyman4, N. Kuster1,2
      1                                                                                                   DIPOLES PERIODICALLY DISTRIBUTED OVER A HALF SPACE
        IT'IS - Foundation for Research on Information Technologies in Society,
                                                                                                          J. Gao, Ansys, United States; B. Shanker, Michigan State University, United States
      Switzerland; 2Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Switzerland;
      3
        Biomedical Simulations and Imaging Laboratory, National Technical University,               10:20 B06.7 A MULTILEVEL ALGORITHM FOR THE COMPUTATION OF THE
      Greece; 4MCL-T, United Kingdom                                                                      TRANSIENT RADIATION PATTERNS OF TRUE-TIME-DELAY
                                                                                                          CONFORMAL ARRAYS
17:00 KAE.10 3-D THERMAL MODEL OF VASCULARIZED TISSUES FOR
                                                                                                          A. Shlivinski, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel; A. Boag, Tel Aviv
      HYPERTHERMIA TREATMENT
                                                                                                          University, Israel
      V. De Santis1, G. Bit-Babik2, M. Feliziani1
      1
        University of L'Aquila, Italy; 2Motorola Corporate, USA
                                                                                                    Saturday, August 16                    08:00-10:20                          Columbus GH
Saturday, August 16                   08:00-10:40                           Columbus IJ             Session C11
Session ACb
                                                                                                    Communicating Objects
Measurement Methods and Model Extractions for Wireless Systems                                      Session Chairs: Alain Sibille, Marlin Mickle
II
                                                                                                    08:00 C11.1 SENSOR PACKAGE ANALYSIS AND SIMULATION FOR DIRECT
Session Chairs: Reiner Thomae, Michael Jensen                                                             SENSOR-TO-SATELLITE LINKS
                                                                                                          M. J. AL-Saleh, A. I. Zaghloul, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University,
08:00 ACb.1 A CORRELATION-BASED WIDEBAND MIMO CHANNEL MODEL                                               United States
      N. Costa, Accipiter Radar Technologies Inc., Canada; S. Haykin, McMaster
      University, Canada                                                                            08:20 C11.2 DIVERSITY FOR BODY AREA NETWORKS
                                                                                                          A. A. Serra, P. Nepa, G. Manara, University of Pisa, Italy; P. S. Hall, University of
08:20 ACb.2 MEASUREMENT OF TIME-VARYING MIMO CHANNELS AND                                                 Birmingham, UK
      PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF SPATIAL MULTIPLEXING
      Y. Ogawa, P. H. Bui, H. Nishimoto, T. Nishimura, T. Ohgane, Hokkaido University,              08:40 C11.3 LOW POWER, 20MBIT/S, ULTRA-WIDE BAND TRANSCEIVER
      Japan                                                                                               INTEGRATED CIRCUIT SUITABLE FOR COMMUNICATING OBJECTS
                                                                                                          RADIO INTERFACE
08:40 ACb.3 TENSOR DECOMPOSITION OF MIMO CHANNEL SOUNDING                                                 E. Novakov, J.-M. Fournier, Institut de Microelectronique, Electromagnetisme et
      MEASUREMENTS AND ITS APPLICATIONS                                                                   Photonique, France
      A. Richter, J. Salmi, V. Koivunen, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
                                                                                                    09:00 C11.4 RFID, A TECHNOLOGY FOR THE FUTURE ?
09:00 ACb.4 METHODS FOR ESTIMATING CONSISTENCY INTERVALS, AND                                             S. Tedjini, T. P. Vuong, INP Grenoble, France
      THE DETECTION OF CHANGES ON MOBILE RADIO CHANNELS
      R. J. C. Bultitude, Communications Research Centre, Canada                                    09:20 Break
09:20 Break                                                                                         09:40 C11.5 RFID, ENERGY, AND INTERNET OF THINGS
                                                                                                          M. Simonov, ISMB, Italy; R. Zich, Polytechnic University of Milan,
09:40 ACb.5 LIMITS OF MEASUREMENT BASED CHANNEL                                                           Italy; F. Mazzitelli, San Giovanni Battista Hospital, Italy
      CHARACTERIZATION
      M. Landmann, M. Narandzic, R. S. Thomae, Technische Universitaet Ilmenau,                     10:00 C11.6 PERSONALIZED HEALTHCARE COMMUNICATION IN
      Germany                                                                                             INTERNET OF THINGS
                                                                                                          M. Simonov, ISMB, Italy; R. Zich, Polytechnic University of Milan,
10:00 ACb.6 MEASUREMENT BASED PARAMETER EXTRACTION FOR                                                    Italy; F. Mazzitelli, San Giovanni Battista Hospital, Italy
      WINNER RADIO CHANNEL MODEL
      L. Hentila1, M. Narandzic2, J. Meinila1
      1
        Elektrobit, Finland; 2TU-Ilmenau, Germany                                                   Saturday, August 16                    08:00-10:40                          Columbus AB
10:20 ACb.7 NON-WSSUS VEHICULAR CHANNEL CHARACTERIZATION AT                                         Session B10
      5.2 GHZ - SPECTRAL DIVERGENCE AND TIME-VARIANT COHERENCE
      PARAMETERS                                                                                    Frequency-Domain Techniques
      L. Bernadó1, T. Zemen1, A. Paier2, G. Matz2, J. Karedal3, N. Czink1, C. Dumard1,
      F. Tufvesson3, M. Hagenauer2, A. F. Molisch3,4, C. F. Mecklenbräuker2                         Session Chairs: Christophe Craeye, Eric Michielssen
      1
        ftw. Forschungszentrum Telekommunikation Wien, Austria; 2Vienna University of
      Technology, Austria; 3Lund University, Sweden; 4Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs,            08:00 B10.1 A MULTIPLICATIVE CALDERÓN-BASED PRECONDITIONER FOR
      USA                                                                                                 THE COUPLED SURFACE AND VOLUME ELECTRIC FIELD INTEGRAL
                                                                                                          EQUATIONS
                                                                                                          H. Bagci1, F. P. Andriulli1, K. Cools2, F. Olyslager2, E. Michielssen1

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       1
           University of Michigan, United States; 2Ghent University, Belgium                      08:20 G06.2 FORMULATION AND APPLICATION OF A SPACE-TIME
                                                                                                        CORRELATION MODEL FOR HF SKY WAVE RADAR SIGNALS
08:20 B10.2 A MULTIPLICATIVE CALDERÓN-BASED PRECONDITIONER FOR                                          R. J. Riddolls, Defence R&D Canada, Canada
      THE COMBINED FIELD INTEGRAL EQUATION
      H. Bagci1, F. P. Andriulli1, K. Cools2, F. Olyslager2, E. Michielssen1                      08:40 G06.3 EFFECTS OF RANDOM CHANGES IN THE IONOSPHERE ON OTH
      1
        University of Michigan, United States; 2Ghent University, Belgium                               RADAR COORDINATE REGISTRATION
                                                                                                        C. Zhou, Z. Zhao, Wuhan University, China; Y. Feng, Queensland University of
08:40 B10.3 FULL-WAVE 3D SIMULATIONS USING THE BROADBAND                                                Technology, Australia
      NSPWMLFMA
      J. M. Peeters, I. Bogaert, J. Fostoer, F. Olyslager, Ghent University, Belgium              09:00 G06.4 WIDE BANDWIDTH PROPAGATION, PART I: IONOSPHERIC
                                                                                                        PROPAGATION EFFECTS ON WIDE BANDWIDTH SIGNALS
09:00 B10.4 METHOD OF MOMENTS SIMULATION OF INFINITELY                                                  D. L. Knepp, NorthWest Research Associates, United States
      PERIODIC STRUCTURES INVOLVING CONNECTED DIELECTRIC
      OBJECTS                                                                                     09:20 Break
      X. Dardenne, C. Craeye, Universit catholique de Louvain, Belgium
                                                                                                  09:40 G06.5 WIDE BANDWIDTH PROPAGATION, PART II: MULTIPLE PHASE
09:20 Break                                                                                             SCREEN CALCULATION OF SIGNAL PROPAGATION THROUGH THE
                                                                                                        IONOSPHERE.
09:40 B10.5 A FINITE ELEMENT DOMAIN DECOMPOSITION                                                       D. L. Knepp, NorthWest Research Associates, United States
      PRECONDITIONER FOR TIME-HARMONIC ELECTROMAGNETICS
      V. Rawat, J.-F. Lee, The Ohio State University, United States                               10:00 G06.6 IONOSPHERIC SCINTILLATIONS: IMPACT ON THE HF
                                                                                                        SUBSURFACE RADAR SOUNDING
10:00 B10.6 A FAST DISPERSION ANALYSIS OF PLANAR PERIODIC                                               Y. A. Ilyushin, Moscow State University, Russian Federation
      STRUCTURES BASED ON METHOD OF MOMENT
      H. R. Mohebbi, A. Borji, University of Waterloo, Canada; J. Shaker, CRC, Canada             10:20 G06.7 SOLUTION FOR THE FOURTH MOMENT OF SPHERICAL RADIO
                                                                                                        WAVE PROPAGATING IN THE TURBULENT IONOSPHERE
10:20 B10.7 FINITE FORMULATION IN MODELING GIANT                                                        Z.-W. Xu, J. Wu, China Research Institute of Radiowave Propagation, China; Z.-
      MAGNETOIMPEDANCE EFFECT OF CO-BASED RIBBONS IN A                                                  S. Wu, Xidian University, China
      MICROSTRIP CONFIGURATION
      M. Heshmatzadeh, G. E. Bridges, University of Manitoba, Canada
                                                                                                  Saturday, August 16                   08:00-10:40                                Grand F

Saturday, August 16                      08:00-10:40                           Columbus EF        Session HBDGJK

Session G05c                                                                                      Solar Power Satellites
Radar Studies III                                                                                 Session Chairs: Ranvir Dhillon, K. Hashimoto, Wim van Driel, R. J. Pogorzelski
Session Chairs: Wesley Swartz, M Lester, Jorge Chau                                               08:00 HBDGJK.1 PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES FOR SOLAR POWER
                                                                                                        SATELLITES IN THE EARLY 21ST CENTURY
08:00 G05c.1 INTERACTION OF A HIGH POWER UHF BEAM WITH THE                                              J. C. Mankins, Managed Energy Technologies LLC, United States
      IONOSPHERE
      M. C. Kelley, Cornell University, United States; W. J. Peria, University of                 08:20 HBDGJK.2 CONCEPT OF SPACE SOLAR POWER SYSTEMS (SSPS) IN
      Washington, United States                                                                         JAXA
                                                                                                        T. Fujita, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
08:20 G05c.2 BAYESIAN ESTIMATION OF NARROW INCOHERENT RADAR
      TARGETS                                                                                     08:40 HBDGJK.3 MICROWAVE POWER TRANSMISSION FOR SOLAR POWER
      J. Vierinen, M. S. Lehtinen, Sodankyla Geophysical Observatory, Finland                           SATELLITES
                                                                                                        G. D. Arndt, P. H. Ngo, NASA-Johnson Space Center, United States
08:40 G05c.3 IMAGING OF SPORADIC E LAYERS WITH THE POKER FLAT
      INCOHERENT SCATTER RADAR                                                                    09:00 HBDGJK.4 IMPACT TO THE RADIO ASTRONOMY BY THE
      C. Heinselman, M. Nicolls, SRI International, United States                                       INTERFERENCE CAUSED BY THE SOLAR POWER SATELLITE
                                                                                                        SYSTEMS
09:00 G05c.4 STOCHASTIC MODELING OF PHASE NOISE IN DISTRIBUTED                                          M. Ohishi, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan
      COHERENT PASSIVE RADAR SYSTEMS
      A. N. Morabito, J. D. Sahr, Z. M. Berkowitz, L. E. Vertatschitsch, University of            09:20 Break
      Washington, United States
                                                                                                  09:40 HBDGJK.5 TRANSIONOSPHERIC PROPAGATION, ABSORPTION AND
09:20 Break                                                                                             SCATTERING OF HIGH-POWER MICROWAVES
                                                                                                        L. M. Duncan, Rollins College, United States
09:40 G05c.5 SOFTWARE RADAR AND THE FRAMER PATTERN: APPLYING
      CONTEXT TO CONTINUOUSLY RECORDED RF DATA                                                    10:00 HBDGJK.6 A LOW POWER DENSITY CONCEPT FOR BEAMING
      P. J. Erickson, F. D. Lind, W. J. Rideout, MIT Haystack Observatory, United States                MICROWAVE POWER
                                                                                                        R. J. Pogorzelski, J. Venkatesan, Jet Propulsion Laboratory - Caltech, United States
10:00 G05c.6 A COMPARISON OF AUTOMATED-SEARCH METEOR RESULTS
      FROM RADAR OBSERVATIONS AT THE POKER FLAT INCOHERENT                                        10:20 HBDGJK.7 WIRELESS POWER TRANSMISSION SYSTEM FOR A MICRO
      SCATTER RADAR, SONDRESTROM, AND ARECIBO                                                           AERIAL VEHICLE
      S. J. Briczinski, UW-Madison, United States; J. D. Mathews, Penn State,                           T. Komaru, E. Shimane, A. Diallo, K. Komurasaki, Y. Arakawa, The University of
      USA; D. D. Meisel, SUNY-Geneseo, USA; C. J. Heinselman, SRI International,                        Tokyo, Japan
      USA

10:20 G05c.7 METEOR TRAILS IN THE IONOSPHERE: LATEST RESULTS                                      Saturday, August 16                   08:00-08:40                                Grand A
      FROM OBSERVATIONS AND THEORY
      M. M. Oppenheim, G. Sugar, E. N. Bass, Y. S. Dimant, Boston University, United              Session J07
      States; S. Close, Los Alamos National Laboratories, United States; L. P. Dyrud,
      Center for Remote Sensing, United States                                                    Splinter Meetings
                                                                                                  Session Chair: Wim van Driel
Saturday, August 16                      08:00-10:40                               Grand E        08:00 J07.1 GLOBAL VLBI WORKING GROUP MEETING
Session G06                                                                                             J. D. Romney, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, United States

Improving Radio Systems through Ionospheric Radio Science                                         08:20 J07.2 IUCAF: SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT FOR RADIO ASTRONOMY
                                                                                                        W. van Driel, Paris Observatory, France; M. Ohishi, National Astronomical
(Trans and Sub-ionosphere, Radio Propagation)
                                                                                                        Observatory of Japan, Japan; T. Tzioumis, CSIRO, Australia
Session Chairs: Matthew Angling, C Coleman, Alain Bourdillon
08:00 G06.1 MIMO CHANNEL MEASUREMENTS IN THE HF BAND                                              Saturday, August 16                   08:00-10:40                          Columbus KL
      S. Salous1, M. Warrington2, S. Gunashekar2, S. Feeney1, H. Zhang2, N. Abbasi2,              Session K05
      L. Bertel3, D. Lemur3, M. Oger3
      1
        Durham University, United Kingdom; 2Leicester University, United Kingdom;
      3
        Rennes University, France


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Occupational EMF Safety & Health
Session Chairs: Maila Hietanen, Vitas Anderson
08:00 K05.1 NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF ACUTE MOBILE PHONE EXPOSURE
      AND ITS RELEVANCE TO OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY
      R. J. Croft1,2
      1
        Australian Centre for Radiofrequency Bioeffects Research (ACRBR), Australia;
      2
        Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

08:20 K05.2 ANALYSIS OF THE WHOLE BODY RESONANCE AND LINK
      BETWEEN INCIDENT FIELD STRENGTH AND LOCALIZED SAR.
      E. Conil, A. Hadjem, M.-F. Wong, J. Wiart, Orange Labs R&D, France

08:40 K05.3 WHOLE BODY AVERAGE SAR LIMITS SHOULD BE REMOVED
      FROM RF SAFETY STANDARDS
      V. Anderson1,2
      1
        Kordia Pty Ltd, Australia; 2Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

09:00 K05.4 HIGHLY DETAILED LOW FREQUENCY FULL BODY
      ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD SIMULATIONS IN 3-D
      S. Benkler1, N. Chavannes1,2, N. Kuster2,3
      1
        Schmid & Partner Engineering AG (SPEAG), Switzerland; 2IT'IS Foundation,
      Switzerland; 3Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETHZ), Switzerland

09:20 Break

09:40 K05.5 APPLICATION OF INDUCED AND CONTACT CURRENTS FOR
      TESTING COMPLIANCE OF WORKERS' EMF EXPOSURE WITH
      SAFETY GUIDANCE
      J. Karpowicz, K. Gryz, Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research
      Institute (CIOP-PIB), Poland

10:00 K05.6 RF EXPOSURE OF ROOFTOP WORKERS CLOSE TO BASE
      STATION ANTENNAS
      M. Hietanen, T. Alanko, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland

10:20 K05.7 MANAGEMENT OF THE EMF EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT RESULTS
      IN THE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY SYSTEMS, WITH
      ATTENTION TO THE UNCERTAINTY OF EMF EXPOSURE NUMERICAL
      SIMULATIONS AND MEASUREMENTS
      J. Karpowicz, K. Gryz, Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research
      Institute (CIOP-PIB), Poland




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