Synthetic Aperture Radar Processing

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Synthetic Aperture Radar Processing simply and methodically presents principles and techniques of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) image generation by analyzing its system transfer function. The text considers the full array of operation modes from strip to scan, emphasizes processing techniques, enabling the design of operational SAR codes. A simple example then follows.
This book will be invaluable to all SAR scientists and engineers working in the field. It may be used as the basis for a course on SAR image generation or as a reference book on remote sensing. It contains a wide spectrum of information presented with clarity and rigor.
 

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Contents

Chapter
1
Coding Issues
64
Chapter 2
73
Stationary Phase Method
102
Chapter
105
Extension to the Squinted Case of Transfer Function
164
Chapter 5
225
References
256
References
284
Summary
293
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