Student Publications

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2009

Bharadwaj, N, 2009: Networked Radar Systems: Waveforms, Signal Processing and Retrievals for Volume Targets. PhD thesis, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Colorado State University

2008

George, K.D., 2008: Polarimetric-based rainfall rates using S- band and X- band radars in the GPM-GV pilot project. MS thesis, Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University

George, J., 2008: Transformation of CSU-CHILL into a Virtual Radar System. MS thesis, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Colorado State University

2007

Nguyen, C.M., 2007: Parametric Time Domain Analysis for Dual-Polarization Radar Signals. MS thesis, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Colorado State University

Ikeda, K., 2007: Observations of Winter Storms with a Video Disdrometer and Polarimetric Radar. MS thesis, Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University

2006

Hefner, E., 2006: Range Oversampling and Whitening of Radar Signals from Volume Scattering. MS thesis, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Colorado State University

Bharadwaj, N., 2006: Range-velocity Ambiguity Mitigation for Dual Polarized Weather Radars. MS thesis, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Colorado State University

2004

Choudhury, S., 2004: Wideband Reception and Processing for Polarimetric Radars. MS thesis, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Colorado State University

Dolan, B., 2004: An Integrated Display and Analysis Tool for Multi-Variable Radar Data. MS thesis, Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University

Long, D., 2004: Evaluating the Use of Polarimetric Cloud Radars for Studying Winter Storms. MS thesis, Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University

Wang, Y., 2004: Studies of the Polarimetric Covariance Matrix Using the CSU-CHILL Radar. PhD thesis, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Colorado State University

2003

Khajonrat, D., 2003: Dual-Polarization Radar Calibration. MS thesis, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Colorado State University

Gojara, K., 2003: Radar Calibration for Distributed Targets. MS thesis, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Colorado State University

Bangalore, S. L., 2003: A TCP-Friendly Congestion Control Mechanism for a High Bandwidth Radar Application. MS thesis, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Colorado State University

Depue, T., 2003: Ground Truth and Modeling Verification of the Hail Quadrature Parameter. MS thesis, Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University

2002

S. S. Kaiya, 2002: Radar Data Transfer Protocol for CSU-CHILL Digitized Radar Signals. MS thesis, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Colorado State University

Lim, S., 2002: Fuzzy Logic System for Hydrometeor Classification from Polarimetric Radar Measurements. PhD thesis, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Colorado State University

Seminario, M., 2002: Spectral Processing of Dual Polarized Radar Signals. MS thesis, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Colorado State University

W. Straka, S. A. Rutledge, and B. Toon, 2002: Differences Between 4 June 2001 and 20 June 2001 Lightning Polarity and Concentration in Relation to Hail and Other Noticeable Features. Presentation thesis, Senior Independent Study Presentation, Sigma Xi Student Conference, University of Colorado, Boulder

2001

S. Cabosky, 2001: A Statistical Frequency Analysis of Lightning Producing Storms During STEPS 2000. MS thesis, Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University

A. Kumar, 2001: TCP, UDP, and IP Multicast Based Applications for Real Time Access of CSU-CHILL Radar Data. MS thesis, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Colorado State University

Lim, S., 2001: Fuzzy Logic System for Hydrometeor Classification from Polarimetric Radar Measurements During STEPS. MS thesis, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Colorado State University

S. Viswanatha, 2001: Network Transfer, Digital Signal Processing and Display of CSU-CHILL Digitized Radar Signals. MS thesis, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Colorado State University

2000

T. J. Lang, 2000: On the Relationships Between Convective Storm Kinetics, Microphysics, and Lightning. PhD thesis, Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University

L. Belcher, 2000: Classification of Tropical Precipitation Regimes: A Comparative Analysis of Disdrometer, Profiler, and Multi-Parameter Radar Measurements. MS thesis, Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University

H. Liu, 2000: Classification and Quantification of Hydrometeors Based on Polarimetric Radar Measurements: Development of Fuzzy Logic, Neuro-Fuzzy Systems and In Situ Verification. PhD thesis, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Colorado State University