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Roger Radcliff

Emeritus Professor
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
STKR 379
radcliff@ohio.edu
Phone: 740.593.0104


Research Interests: Radiating System Theory and Design, Computational Electromagnetics, Scattering and Propagation, Applied Electromagnetics for Avionics Applications

All Degrees Earned: Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, West Virginia University, August 1982. M.S., Electrical Engineering, West Virginia University, 197 -- B.S., Electrical Engineering, West Virginia University, 1978.

Journal Article, Academic Journal (15)

  • Bayless, D., Alam, K., Radcliff, R., Caine, J. Membrane-based Wet Electrostatic Precipitation. 6-7. Fuel Processing Technology ; 85: 781-798.
  • Cooper, R., Radcliff, R. The Effects of a Nearby Biological Body on the Parameters of a Small Hand-held Radio Operating in the H.F. Band. IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting.
  • Radcliff, R., Zeineddin, R. On Using the Near-Field Option for Far-zone Observation Points in MININEC. Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society Newsletter.
  • Radcliff, R. Using Elevated Radials in Conjunction with Deteriorated Buried-Radial Ground Systems. IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting; 249-254.
  • Christman, A., Radcliff, R. Using Elevated Radials with Ground-mounted Towers. IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting; 77-82.
  • Christman, A., Radcliff, R. Elevated Vertical Monopole Antennas: Effects of Changes in Radiator Height and Radial Length. IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting; 262-269.
  • Radcliff, R., Harper, W. Radar Antenna Pattern Analysis for the Space Shuttle Using NEC-BSC. Journal of the Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society; 39-46.
  • Radcliff, R. Instrument Landing System and the Microwave Landing System. IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society Magazine.
  • Radcliff, R., Christman, A. Impedance Stability and Bandwidth Considerations for Elevated-Radial Antenna Systems. IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting; 167-171.
  • Christman, A., Radcliff, R. AM Broadcast Antennas with Elevated-Radial Ground Systems. IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting; 75-77.
  • Radcliff, R., Balanis, C., Hill, H. A Stable Geotomography Technique for Refractive Media. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing; 698-703.
  • Balanis, C., Radcliff, R., Hill, H. Radio Frequency Imaging in Geophysical Applications. Journal of Microwave Power; 83-93.
  • Radcliff, R., Balanis, C. Modified Propagation Constants for Nonuniform Plane Wave Transmission in Conducting Media. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing; 408-411.
  • Radcliff, R., Balanis, C. Electromagnetic Geophysical Imaging Incorporating Refraction and Reflection. IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation (special issue on Inverse Methods in Electromagnetics); 288-292.
  • Radcliff, R., Balanis, C. Reconstruction Algorithms for Geophysical Applications in Noisy Environments. Proceedings of the IEEE; 1060-1064.

Technical Report (3)

  • DiBenedetto, M., Radcliff, R. Results for a Study on MLS ILS Collocation. Avionics Engineering Center, Ohio University.
  • DiBenedetto, M., Radcliff, R. Final Results for a Study on MLS ILS Collocation. Avionics Engineering Center, Ohio University.
  • Radcliff, R., DiBenedetto, M. Siting Criteria for the Microwave Landing System (MLS). Avionics Engineering Center, Ohio University.

Conference Proceeding (22)

  • Cooper, R., Radcliff, R. Modifications and Enhancements to the Man-with-radio Model. Athens, OH: SSST '94.
  • Radcliff, R., Cooper, R. The Effects of a Nearby Biological Body on the Parameters of a Small Hand-held Radio Operating in the H.F. Band. Tuscaloosa, AL: 23rd Southeastern Symposium on System Theory.
  • Radcliff, R. Radar Antenna Pattern Analysis for the Space Shuttle Using NEC-BSC. Turin, Italy: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Electromagnetics in Aerospace Applications.
  • Radcliff, R., Murray, J., Bordner, M. Expectation and Realities. Orlando, FL: Eighth Annual Conference on Academic Chairpersons.
  • Radcliff, R., Christman, A. Elevated Vertical Monopole Antennas: Effects of Changes in Radiator Height and Radial Length. Washington, D.C.: 40th Annual IEEE Symposium on Broadcasting.
  • Radcliff, R. Flight Test Plan for Determining the Effects of an Offset MLS Azimuth Antenna on an ILS Localizer Signal. Toulouse: United States Delegation to the International Civil Aviation Organization Meeting.
  • Christman, A., Radcliff, R., Breakall, J. Field Test of HF Vertical Monopole Antennas with Elevated Radials. Monterey, CA: Fourth Annual Review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics.
  • Christman, A., Radcliff, R., Breakall, J. NEC Modeling of HF Vertical Monopole Antennas with Elevated Radials. Monterey, CA: Fourth Annual Review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics.
  • Radcliff, R., Mathias, S. MLS/ALS Collocation Siting Criteria. Montreal: United States Delegation to the International Civil Aviation Organization meeting.
  • Christman, A., Radcliff, R. AM Broadcast Antennas with Elevated-Radial Ground Systems. Washington, D.C.: 1987 IEEE Broadcast Symposium.
  • Radcliff, R. Application of Generalized Linear Inversion to Geotomography. Ann Arbor, MI: 1987 International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium.
  • DiBenedetto, M., Radcliff, R. Humped Runway and Restricted Siting Installations. Washington, D.C.: United States Delegation to the International Civil Aviation Organization meeting.
  • DiBenedetto, M., Radcliff, R. Effects of Simulate MLS Installations on the Capture Effect Glide Slope and 14-Element Log-Periodic Localizer at Airborne Express Air Park, Wilmington, OH. Montreal: United States Delegation to the International Civil Aviation Organization meeting.
  • Radcliff, R. Siting Criteria for the Microwave Landing System. Montreal: United States Delegation to the International Civil Aviation Organization meeting.
  • Radcliff, R., Balanis, C., Hill, H. eotomography for the Detection of Tunnels or Voids. San Francisco, CA: 983 International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium.
  • Radcliff, R., Balanis, C., Hill, H. Stability Improvements in Geotomographic Inversion Methods. Louvain La Nueve: 1983 International URSI Symposium.
  • Radcliff, R., Balanis, C., Hill, H. A Stable Reconstruction Technique for Geophysical Tomography. Houston, TX: 1983 APS/URSI Symposium.
  • Radcliff, R., Balanis, C., Hill, H., Trapp, G. Convergence Characteristics of Geophysical Tomography Using Iterative Ray Tracing. Los Angeles, CA: URSI/APS International Symposium.
  • Radcliff, R., Balanis, C. Modified Propagation Constants for Nonuniform Plane Wave Transmission in Lossy Media. Washington, D.C.: 1981 International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium.
  • Radcliff, R., Balanis, C. Tomographical Techniques for Refractive Media. Proceedings of Southeastcon '80.
  • Radcliff, R., Balanis, C. Reconstruction Using Ray Bending. Boulder, CO: 1979 USRI Symposium.
  • Radcliff, R., Balanis, C. Reconstruction Algorithms for Geophysical Applications in Noisy Environments. Seattle, WA: 1979 URSI/APS International Symposium.