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The signal analysis and imaging of synthetic aperture radiometer
Xiaolong Dong; Ji Wu; Jingshan Jiang; 北京8701信箱
Source PublicationIgarss '98 - 1998 international geoscience and remote sensing symposium, proceedings vols 1-5 - sensing and managing the environment
AbstractIn this paper, the correlator output of a two-element interferometer is analyzed. The relationship between the bandwidth of this output and the position of the interferometer in its trajectory shows that the bandwidth is dominantly determined by the data in a certain position region. Data beyond this region will not considerably contribute to increment of the bandwidth. A result is achieved that the imaging procedure of the synthetic aperture radiometer is in fact a process of inverse convolution. Simulations show that the inverse convolution algorithm will lead to a higher spatial resolution than the optimal filtering algorithm presented in Reference[1].
Conference Name1998 International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS 98) on Sensing and Managing the Environment
Conference Date1998
Conference PlaceSeattle, Wa
Indexed ByCPCI
Document Type会议论文
Corresponding Author北京8701信箱
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Xiaolong Dong,Ji Wu,Jingshan Jiang,et al. The signal analysis and imaging of synthetic aperture radiometer[C]. NEW YORK:IEEE,1998:2650-2652.
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