A new microwave imaging system offers a fast, inexpensive way to see through clothing and other objects by gathering data without complicated moving parts.
What does MWI stand for?
MWI stands for Microwave Imaging
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Both sets of data will be collected by a single instrument called MIRAS, the large Microwave Imaging Radiometer with Aperture Synthesis.
The military have been using microwave imaging systems for five or six years and they are just being introduced in some sensitive civilian locations, he said.
An introduction to the most relevant theoretical and algorithmic aspects of modern microwave imaging approaches.
Both sets of data will be collected by the large Microwave Imaging Radiometer with Aperture Synthesis (MIRAS).
Although we are just at the beginning of this research, our ultimate aim is to offer an alternative, fast 3D microwave imaging technique which can be used across a wide range of applications".
Dr David Smith, of Northumbria University's School of Engineering and Technology, is developing a microwave imaging system which could replace X-rays.