Publications about 'geophysical equipment'

Articles in journal or book chapters

  1. J. Matar, M. Rodriguez-Cassola, G. Krieger, P. L�pez-Dekker, and A. Moreira. MEO SAR: System Concepts and Analysis. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 58(2):1313-1324, February 2020. Keyword(s): geophysical equipment, radar imaging, remote sensing by radar, spaceborne radar, synthetic aperture radar, MEO-SAR systems, Earth observation, microwave remote sensing instruments, moderate resolution images, low Earth orbits, MEO satellites, medium-Earth-orbit SAR systems, meter-scale resolutions, kilometer-scale resolutions, typical imaging capabilities, Orbits, Sensitivity, Synthetic aperture radar, Antennas, Spatial resolution, Low earth orbit satellites, Coverage, medium-Earth-orbit (MEO) synthetic aperture radar (SAR), orbits, SAR, space radiation, system performance. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  2. H. Lee, J. H. Lee, K. E. Kim, N. H. Sung, and S. J. Cho. Development of a Truck-Mounted Arc-Scanning Synthetic Aperture Radar. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 52(5):2773-2779, May 2014. Keyword(s): GB-SAR, ground-based SAR, terrestrial SAR, Doppler radar, antennas, geophysical equipment, radar imaging, remote sensing by radar, synthetic aperture radar, ArcSAR formulation, ArcSAR scan mode image, ArcSAR system development, SAR focusing algorithms, antenna view angle fixing, arc-scanning real aperture radar, azimuth resolution, conventional ground-based SAR system linear scanning, exemplary X-band ArcSAR spot mode image, extendable boom, ground-based arc-scanning synthetic aperture radar development, high-resolution image, horizontal circular antenna motion, image area, image processing accuracy, image processing efficiency, imaging mode, range Doppler algorithm, reduced resolution, scan mode, time domain algorithm, truck-mounted arc-scanning synthetic aperture radar development, wider image coverage, Arc-scanning synthetic aperture radar (ArcSAR), SAR, range Doppler algorithm, scan mode, spot mode, time domain algorithm. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  3. Pooja Mahapatra, Sami Samie Esfahany, Hans van der Marel, and Ramon F. Hanssen. On the Use of Transponders as Coherent Radar Targets for SAR Interferometry. IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens., 52(3):1869-1878, March 2014. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, Global Positioning System, geomorphology, geophysical equipment, radar interferometry, reliability, remote sensing by radar, synthetic aperture radar, terrain mapping, transponders, vegetation, ERS-2, Envisat, SAR interferometry, coherent radar targets, controlled environment, corner reflectors, double-difference transponder phase measurements, empirical precision range, field experiments, geometric variations, global positioning system, ground deformation monitoring, landslide monitoring, maintenance-related degradation, operational performance, passive devices, radar line of sight, radar transponders, reliability, transponder-InSAR observations, validation measurements, validation tests, vegetated nonurbanized areas, Corner reflector, geodesy, interferometry, measurement errors, persistent scatterer, phase measurement, quality control, synthetic aperture radar, transponder. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  4. S. Zwieback and I. Hajnsek. Statistical Tests for Symmetries in Polarimetric Scattering Coherency Matrices. IEEE_J_GRSL, 11(1):308-312, January 2014. Keyword(s): airborne radar, covariance matrices, geophysical equipment, geophysical techniques, invariance, radar polarimetry, scattering, statistical testing, Freeman-Durden decomposition, SAR polarimetry, airborne L-band data, covariance matrix, likelihood-ratio testing, mature rape field, polarimetric scattering coherency matrix, reflection invariance hypothesis, reflection symmetry, second-order statistics, statistical testing, synthetic aperture radar polarimetry, vegetation growth, Parametric statistics, polarimetric synthetic aperture radar, radar remote sensing. [bibtex-entry]

  5. J.M.L. King, R. Kelly, A. Kasurak, C. Duguay, G. Gunn, and J.B. Mead. UW-Scat: A Ground-Based Dual-Frequency Scatterometer for Observation of Snow Properties. IEEE Geosci. Remote Sens. Lett., 10(3):528-532, May 2013. Keyword(s): geophysical equipment, snow, AD 2009 to 2011, Canada, Canadian Subarctic, Churchill, UW-Scat scatterometer, University of Waterloo scatterometer, angular width, azimuth user-programmable range, elevation angle, frequency 17.2 GHz, frequency 9.6 GHz, frequency-modulated continuous-wave radars, ground-based dual-frequency scatterometer, harsh environmental conditions, ice property observation, radar beam, snow property observation, terrestrial snow, two-axis positioning system, Backscatter, Calibration, Ice, Radar measurements, Radio frequency, Snow, Spaceborne radar, Radar polarimetry, scatterometer, snow. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  6. Marc Rodriguez-Cassola, Pau Prats, D. Schulze, N. Tous-Ramon, U. Steinbrecher, L. Marotti, M. Nannini, M. Younis, P. Lopez-Dekker, M. Zink, A. Reigber, G. Krieger, and A. Moreira. First Bistatic Spaceborne SAR Experiments With TanDEM-X. IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, 9(1):33-37, January 2012. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, Bistatic SAR, calibration, digital elevation models, geophysical equipment, remote sensing by radar, synthetic aperture radar, bistatic spaceborne SAR experiments, TerraSAR-X Add-on for Digital Elevation Measurements, high-resolution interferometric mission, TanDEM-X mission, digital elevation model, Earth surface, SAR interferometry, X-band synthetic aperture radar, quasimonostatic configuration, bistatic SAR system, monostatic commissioning phase, monostatic mode, synchronization information, calibration information, bistatic images, Satellites, Synchronization, Spaceborne radar, Azimuth, Radar imaging, Coherence, Bistatic radar, bistatic SAR processing, spaceborne SAR missions, synthetic aperture radar (SAR), time and phase synchronization. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  7. Xiao Xiang Zhu and Richard Bamler. Demonstration of Super-Resolution for Tomographic SAR Imaging in Urban Environment. IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens., 50(8):3150-3157, August 2012. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, SAR Tomography, Tomography, Compressive Sensing, CS, InSAR, SAR Interferometry, Interferometry, InSAR, differential SAR interferometry, Persistent Scatterer Interferometry, PSI, DInSAR, Buildings, Image resolution, Optical imaging, Optical scattering, Signal resolution, Strontium, Tomography, geophysical equipment, geophysical image processing, radar imaging, SL1MMER algorithm, SR power, TerraSAR-X real data, classical linear estimators, differential SAR tomography, elevation aperture size, geometric analysis, meter-resolution spaceborne SAR systems, spectral analysis problem, statistical analysis, super-resolution demonstration, super-resolution reconstruction algorithms, super-resolving algorithm, synthetic aperture radar, tomographic SAR imaging, tomographic SAR inversion, tomographic elevation resolution, urban environment, urban infrastructure monitoring, Compressive sensing, SL1MMER, TerraSAR-X, sparse reconstruction, super-resolution, synthetic aperture radar, tomographic SAR inversion. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  8. Ernesto Rodriguez and J. M. Martin. Theory and design of interferometric synthetic aperture radars. IEE Proceedings - Radar and Signal Processing, 139(2):147-159, April 1992. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, InSAR, interferometry, radar interferometry, SAR interferometry, electromagnetic wave interferometry, geophysical equipment, Monte Carlo methods, radar systems, radar theory, remote sensing by radar, topography (Earth), geophysical technique, remote sensing, design, interferometric synthetic aperture radars, high spatial resolution, height accuracy, signal statistics, optimal estimator, interferometric phase, height-error budget, high-resolution global topographic mapping, Monte Carlo simulation, InSAR system, Interferometry, Geophysical measurements, Monte Carlo methods, Radar, Radar theory, Radar imaging, Remote sensing. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

Conference articles

  1. F. Viviani, A. Michelini, L. Mayer, and F. Conni. IBIS-ArcSAR: an Innovative Ground-Based SAR System for Slope Monitoring. In Proc. IEEE Int. Geosci. Remote Sens. Symp., pages 1348-1351, July 2018. Keyword(s): digital elevation models, geomorphology, geophysical equipment, mining, radar imaging, radar interferometry, synthetic aperture radar, vertical height, digital elevation model, computationally fast interferometric processing algorithm, simple fast interferometric processing algorithm, Arc-scanning SAR systems, 2D SAR Image, Multiple input Multiple Output, MIMO Radar channels, recent IBIS-ArcSAR product, acquisition time, IBIS-Rover product, horizontal coverage, IDS GeoRadar company, IBIS-FM product, elliptical shape, azimuth coverage, relevant limits, open pit mines application, open pit mines scenarios, efficient tool, GB-SAR, decade Ground-Based SAR technology, slope monitoring, innovative ground-based SAR system, time 1.0 min, Synthetic aperture radar, Azimuth, Image reconstruction, Monitoring, Focusing, Two dimensional displays, Groun d-based Synthetic Aperture Radar, Interferometry, MIMO Radar, Digital Elevation Models, Radar Imaging. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  2. H. Essen, W. Johannes, S. Stanko, R. Sommer, A. Wahlen, and J. Wilcke. High resolution W-band UAV SAR. In Proc. IEEE Int. Geosci. Remote Sens. Symp., pages 5033-5036, July 2012. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, W-Band, SUMATRA, Airborne SAR, UAV, Fraunhofer, geophysical equipment, remote sensing by radar, synthetic aperture radar, FM-CW principle, MIRANDA, SAR imaging, W-band UAV SAR, average transmit power, fibre optic gyroscope, frequency 94 GHz, high quality SAR processing, miniaturised millimetre wave radar, ordinary analogue data link, quick-look processing, real-time SAR-focusing algorithm, synthetic aperture radar, unmanned helicopter, Bandwidth, Chirp, Radar antennas, Real-time systems, Sensors, Synthetic aperture radar, High Resolution, Synthetic Aperture Radar, UAV, mm- waves. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  3. M. A. Remy, Karlus A. Camara de Macedo, and Joao R. Moreira. The first UAV-based P- and X-band interferometric SAR system. In Proc. IEEE Int. Geosci. Remote Sens. Symp., pages 5041-5044, July 2012. Keyword(s): geophysical equipment, radar interferometry, remote sensing, synthetic aperture radar, UAV-based P-band interferometric SAR system, UAV-based X-band interferometric SAR system, OrbiSat system, Brazil, compact InSAR system, flexible InSAR system, topographic survey, differential interferometry, unmanned air vehicle, Synthetic aperture radar, Global Positioning System, Remote sensing, Interferometry, Radar antennas, UAV, SAR, P, X, interferometry. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  4. S. Rödelsperger, A. Coccia, D. Vicente, and A. Meta. Introduction to the new metasensing ground-based SAR: Technical description and data analysis. In Proc. IEEE Int. Geosci. Remote Sens. Symp., pages 4790-4792, July 2012. Keyword(s): data analysis, geophysical equipment, geophysical image processing, synthetic aperture radar, metasensing ground-based SAR, data analysis, MetaSensing FastGBSAR, high sampling rate, submillimeter accuracy, Synthetic aperture radar, Sensors, Monitoring, Instruments, Microwave imaging, Microwave theory and techniques, Accuracy. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  5. Leif Harcke, L. Weintraub, Sang-Ho Yun, R. Dickinson, E. Gurrola, Scott Hensley, and N. Marechal. Spotlight-mode synthetic aperture radar processing for high-resolution lunar mapping. In Proc. IEEE Radar Conference, pages 1260-1264, May 2010. Keyword(s): AD 2008 to 2009, Goldstone Solar System Radar, NASA LCROSS mission impact site, autofocus technique, time-domain back-projection, bistatic time-domain backprojection technique, bistatic SAR, change detection techniques, fast-time Doppler removal, focus-plane motion, geolocation, high-resolution lunar mapping, local topography, lunar poles, phase errors, polar format algorithm, preprocessing system, radar interferometry, radar mapping, resolution cells, spotlight imaging techniques, spotlight-mode synthetic aperture radar processing, topographic mapping, geophysical equipment, radar interferometry, remote sensing by radar, synthetic aperture radar. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  6. Charles L. Werner, Andreas Wiesmann, Tazio Strozzi, Martin Schneebeli, and Christian Matzler. The SnowScat ground-based polarimetric scatterometer: Calibration and initial measurements from Davos Switzerland. In Proc. IEEE Int. Geosci. Remote Sens. Symp., pages 2363-2366, July 2010. Keyword(s): SnowScat, KuScat, calibration, geophysical equipment, radar polarimetry, snow, COld REgions Hydrology High-resolution Observatory Mission, Davos Switzerland, Ku-Band, SNOWSCAT ground-based polarimetric scatterometer, SnowScat, VH polarization, VV polarization, X-Band, calibration, dry snow, dual frequency radar, ground-based coherent polarimetric scatterometer, snow water equivalent retrieval algorithms, Antenna measurements, Antennas, Calibration, Frequency measurement, Instruments, Radar measurements, Snow. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  7. Charles L. Werner, Tazio Strozzi, Andreas Wiesmann, and Urs Wegmuller. A Real-Aperture Radar for Ground-Based Differential Interferometry. In Proc. IEEE Int. Geosci. Remote Sens. Symp., volume 3, pages 210-213, July 2008. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, Antenna measurements, Instruments, Interferometry, Monitoring, Radar antennas, Radar imaging, Receiving antennas, Satellites, Spaceborne radar, Terrain factors, antennas, geomorphology, geophysical equipment, radar interferometry, remote sensing by radar, rocks, spaceborne radar, synthetic aperture radar, GAMMA Portable Radar Interferometer, GPRI, frequency 17.2 GHz, ground-based differential interferometry, height measurements, image acquisition, in-situ radar imaging system, landslides, line-of-sight displacements, phase differences, photogrammetry systems, real-aperture radar, receiving antennas, rock fall warning system, slope stability, space-borne INSAR, space-borne SAR interferometry, surface topography, GAMMA, RAR, Radar Interferometer, glacier, landslide;. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  8. H. Schimpf, H. Essen, S. Boehmsdorff, and T. Brehm. MEMPHIS-a fully polarimetric experimental radar. In Proc. IEEE Int. Geosci. Remote Sens. Symp., volume 3, pages 1714-1716, June 2002. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, W-Band, MEMPHIS, Airborne SAR, UAV, Fraunhofer, calibration, geophysical equipment, geophysical techniques, radar polarimetry, remote sensing by radar, synthetic aperture radar, terrain mapping, 5 to 36 GHz, 75 to 110 GHz, EHF, InSAR, Ka-band, MEMPHIS, SHF, W-band, X-band, across-track interferometry, calibration, forward squinted Doppler beam sharpening mode, geophysical measurement technique, land surface, polarimetric SAR, radar polarimetry, radar remote sensing, side-looking mode, synthetic aperture radar, technical description, terrain mapping, Calibration, Chirp, Frequency, Polarization, Radar antennas, Radar polarimetry, Receiving antennas, Satellite broadcasting, Synthetic aperture radar, Transmitting antennas. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]



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Author: Othmar Frey, Earth Observation and Remote Sensing, Institute of Environmental Engineering, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology - ETH Zurich .

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