Prof.ir. P. (Peter) Hoogeboom

subjects
2006 - Radar Earth Observation
2007 - Radar Earth Observation
2009 - Microwaves, Radar & Remote Sensing
2008 - Radar Earth Observation
2010 - Earth Science in Geodesy and (Exploration) Geophysics
2009 - Radar Systems
2010 - Remote Sensing and in-situ Measurement Techniques
2010 - Case Study
2010 - Earth Science in Climate, Atmosphere, Hydrology and Biosphere
2009 - Radar Remote Sensing of Earth and Atmosphere
2009 - Radar Remote Sensing of Earth and Atmosphere
2010 - Microwaves, Radar & Remote Sensing
2010 - Radar Systems
2010 - Radar Remote Sensing of Earth and Atmosphere
2010 - Radar Remote Sensing of Earth and Atmosphere
2011 - Microwaves, Radar & Remote Sensing
2011 - Radar Systems
2011 - Radar Remote Sensing of Earth and Atmosphere
2014 - Radar Systems
2012 - Microwaves, Radar & Remote Sensing
2012 - Radar Remote Sensing of Earth and Atmosphere
2013 - Radar Systems
2012 - Radar Systems
2013 - Microwaves, Radar & Remote Sensing
ancillary activities
-Geen nevenwerkzaamheden -

2015-12-01 - 2017-12-01

publications
A Novel Radar-Based Visibility Estimator

peer reviewed : Y

IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (2017) 19 pages , p. 3150-3168

authors

  • Yunlong Li
  • Peter Hoogeboom
  • Herman W.J. Russchenberg
Polarimetric bias correction of practical planar scanned antennas for meteorological applications

peer reviewed : Y

IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (2016) 17 pages , p. 1488-1504

authors

  • C Pang
  • P Hoogeboom
  • F Le Chevalier
  • HWJ Russchenberg
  • J Dong
  • T Wang
  • X Wang
A pulse compression waveform for weather radars with solid-state transmitters

peer reviewed : Y

IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters (2015) 5 pages , p. 2026-2030

authors

  • C Pang
  • P Hoogeboom
  • F Le Chevalier
  • HWJ Russchenberg
  • J Dong
  • T Wang
  • X Wang
An analytical model for the description of the full-polarimetric sea surface Doppler signature

peer reviewed : Y

Journal Of Geophysical Research-Oceans (2015) 28 pages , p. 988-1015

authors

  • F Fois
  • P Hoogeboom
  • F Le Chevalier
  • A Stoffelen
DopSCAT

peer reviewed : Y

Journal Of Geophysical Research-Oceans (2015)

authors

  • Franco Fois
  • Peter Hoogeboom
  • Francois le Chevalier
  • Ad Stoffelen
  • A. Mouche
DopSCAT: a mission concept for a Doppler wind-scatterometer

peer reviewed : Y

Proceedings of the 2015 IEEE international geoscience and remote sensing symposium, IGARSS 2015 (2015) 4 pages , p. 2572-2575

authors

  • F Fois
  • P Hoogeboom
  • F Le Chevalier
  • A Stoffelen

editors

  • V Pascazio
  • SB Serpico
Dual-polarized planar phased array analysis for meteorological applications

peer reviewed : Y

International Journal of Antennas and Propagation (2015)

authors

  • C Pang
  • P Hoogeboom
  • F Le Chevalier
  • HWJ Russchenberg
  • J Dong
  • T Wang
  • X Wang
Future ocean scatterometry: On the use of cross-polar scattering to observe very high winds

peer reviewed : Y

IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (2015) 12 pages , p. 5009-5020

authors

  • F Fois
  • P Hoogeboom
  • F Le Chevalier
  • A Stoffelen
Retrieval of fog microphysical properties from cloud radar and optical sensors

peer reviewed : Y

Proceedings of the 2015 IEEE international geoscience and remote sensing symposium, IGARSS 2015 (2015) 4 pages , p. 4860-4863

authors

  • Y Li
  • P Hoogeboom
  • HWJ Russchenberg
  • H Klein Baltink

editors

  • V Pascazio
  • SB Serpico
A theoretical accuracy analysis of dual-polarization planar phased array for meteorological applications in ATSR mode

peer reviewed : Y

Proceedings of the 2014 8th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (2014) 5 pages , p. 1498-1502

authors

  • C Pang
  • P Hoogeboom
  • HWJ Russchenberg
  • T Wang
  • J Dong
  • X Wang

editors

profile

Biography

Peter Hoogeboom is part-time professor in the field of radar and remote sensing. He is fascinated by radar technology and by the capabilities they create for remote sensing applications in oceanography, land-use, infrastructure and atmosphere. He has been engaged in design and development of groundbased, airborne and spaceborne radar systems and Synthetic Aperture Radars, their calibration, data processing, algorithms and their applications. He devoted 40 years to these fields in various jobs, including research and development and management functions. He worked at TNO in The Hague until 2014, both for civil and military applications. Since 1999 he is a part-time professor in Delft.

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