In general the target response to an electromagnetic system is a complex function of target geometry and of the geometrical and electrical parameters of the apparatus used to make the measurements. Thus, the prediction of system performance is usually done with respect to a particular target. Under some circumstances, however, one can predict the effect of changing one of the system parameters by assuming that the typical conductor in a given area is well represented by a shorted single-turn loop. This simple, classical concept is shown to be valid for evaluating the effect of primary pulse width on target response to the Input airborne electromagnetic system.--Modified journal abstract.

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