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Publications about 'radar receiver'

Articles in journal or book chapters

  1. Alessandra Budillon, Angel Caroline Johnsy, and Gilda Schirinzi. Extension of a Fast GLRT Algorithm to 5D SAR Tomography of Urban Areas. Remote Sensing, 9(8), 2017. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, SAR Tomography, radar detection, GLRT, Fast GLRT, deformation, PSI, persistent scatterer interferometry, displacement mapping, radar receivers, radar resolution, synthetic aperture radar, tomography, GLRT detector, ROC curve, SAR tomography, Sup-GLRT, elevation direction, generalized likelihood ratio test detector, multiple scatterer detection, nominal system resolution, nominal system super-resolution, receiver operating characteristic curve, signal sparsity, signal support detection operation, signal support estimation operation, signal-to-noise ratio, subspace energy measurement, synthetic aperture radar, Earth, Estimation, Signal resolution, Spatial resolution, Synthetic aperture radar, Tomography, Generalized likelihood ratio test (GLRT), radar detection, sparse signals, synthetic aperture radar (SAR). [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  2. Alessandra Budillon and Gilda Schirinzi. GLRT Based on Support Estimation for Multiple Scatterers Detection in SAR Tomography. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, 9(3):1086-1094, March 2016. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, SAR Tomography, radar detection, radar receivers, radar resolution, synthetic aperture radar, tomography, GLRT detector, ROC curve, SAR tomography, Sup-GLRT, elevation direction, generalized likelihood ratio test detector, multiple scatterer detection, nominal system resolution, nominal system super-resolution, receiver operating characteristic curve, signal sparsity, signal support detection operation, signal support estimation operation, signal-to-noise ratio, subspace energy measurement, synthetic aperture radar, Earth, Estimation, Signal resolution, Spatial resolution, Synthetic aperture radar, Tomography, Generalized likelihood ratio test (GLRT), radar detection, sparse signals, synthetic aperture radar (SAR). [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  3. Michael I. Duersch and David G. Long. Analysis of Multistatic Pixel Correlation in SAR. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 53(1):362-374, January 2015. Keyword(s): MIMO radar, correlation methods, image resolution, radar imaging, radar receivers, radar transmitters, synthetic aperture radar, MIMO technique, SAR, collocated array category, distributed array category, geometric correlation calculation, ground-plane image formation, multiple-input multiple-output technique, multistatic pixel correlation analysis, pixel image resolution, receiver-transmitter pair, synthetic aperture radar, wireless communication, Correlation, MIMO, Receiving antennas, Synthetic aperture radar, Backprojection, multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO), multistatic radar, synthetic aperture radar (SAR). [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  4. Mahdi Nasirian and Mohammad H. Bastani. A Novel Model for Three-Dimensional Imaging Using Interferometric ISAR in Any Curved Target Flight Path. IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens., 52(6):3236-3245, June 2014. Keyword(s): radar antennas, radar imaging, radar interferometry, radar receivers, radar tracking, radio transceivers, synthetic aperture radar, target tracking, 3D imaging, InISAR, bistatic system, curved target flight path, curvy motion, flight path form, flying object, highly nonlinear motion, interferometric ISAR, inverse synthetic aperture radar, linear trajectory, main transceiver antenna, monopulse system, nonlinear flight path, second receiver antenna, target motion, target scattering point 3D positioning, Apertures, Radar imaging, Scattering, Synthetic aperture radar, Trajectory, Vectors, Data processing, image reconstruction, interferometry, modeling, synthetic aperture radar (SAR). [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  5. Robert Wang, Otmar Loffeld, Holger Nies, Stefan Knedlik, and Joachim H. G. Ender. Chirp-Scaling Algorithm for Bistatic SAR Data in the Constant-Offset Configuration. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 47(3):952 -964, March 2009. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, Chirp Scaling Algorithm, CSA, Bistatic SAR, Doppler phase parameters, Loffeld bistatic formula, SAR receiver velocity vector, SAR transmitter velocity vector, azimuth invariant configuration, azimuth stationary configuration, bistatic SAR data processing method, bistatic deformation term linearisation, bistatic motion error model, bistatic slant range displacement, constant offset configuration, monostatic motion compensation technique, quasimonostatic term linearisation, trajectory deviation compensation, zero Doppler plane, Doppler radar, chirp modulation, geophysical signal processing, Motion Compensation, MoComp, radar receivers, radar signal processing, radar transmitters, remote sensing by radar, synthetic aperture radar, Extended Chirp Scaling, ECS. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  6. R. Wang, O. Loffeld, H. Nies, S. Knedlik, and J. Ender. Chirp-Scaling Algorithm for Bistatic SAR Data in the Constant-Offset Configuration. IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens., 47(3):952-964, March 2009. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, Bistatic SAR, Chirp Scaling Algorithm, ECS, CSA processor, Doppler phase parameters, Loffeld bistatic formula, SAR receiver velocity vector, SAR transmitter velocity vector, azimuth invariant configuration, azimuth stationary configuration, bistatic SAR data processing method, bistatic deformation term linearisation, bistatic motion error model, bistatic slant range displacement, chirp scaling algorithm, constant offset configuration, monostatic motion compensation technique, quasimonostatic term linearisation, trajectory deviation compensattion, zero Doppler plane, Doppler radar, chirp modulation, geophysical signal processing, motion compensation, radar receivers, radar signal processing, radar transmitters, remote sensing by radar, synthetic aperture radar. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  7. R. Bamler, F. Meyer, and W. Liebhart. Processing of Bistatic SAR Data From Quasi-Stationary Configurations. IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens., 45(11):3350-3358, November 2007. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, Bistatic SAR, Earth surface, NuSAR approach, bistatic SAR data processing, curved orbit, equivalent velocity approximation, hyperbolic range function, quasistationarity restriction, quasistationary configuration, radar receiver, radar transmitter, range Doppler domain, synthetic aperture radar, time-domain post focusing, time-domain prefocusing, transfer functions, velocity vector, data acquisition, geophysical signal processing, geophysical techniques, radar signal processing, remote sensing by radar, synthetic aperture radar, transfer functions. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  8. Robert N. Treuhaft, Beverly E. Law, and Gregory P. Asner. Forest Attributes from Radar Interferometric Structure and Its Fusion with Optical Remote Sensing. BioScience, 54(6):561-571, 2004. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, InSAR, SAR Interferometry, Forest, remote sensing, carbon cycle, LiDAR, optical remote sensing, forest ecology, SAR Tomography. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


Conference articles

  1. Daniel Henke, Max Frioud, Julian Fagir, Sebastien Guillaume, Michael Meindl, Alain Geiger, S. Sieger, D. Janssen, F. Kloppel, M. Caris, S. Stanko, M. Renker, and Peter Wellig. Miranda35 Experiments in Preparation for Small UAV-Based SAR. In Proc. IEEE Int. Geosci. Remote Sens. Symp., pages 8542-8545, July 2019. Keyword(s): airborne radar, autonomous aerial vehicles, CW radar, FM radar, Global Positioning System, image motion analysis, radar imaging, radar receivers, synthetic aperture radar, units (measurement), frequency-modulated continuous-wave synthetic aperture radar, energy efficiency, navigation data, inertial measurement unit, IMU, SAR image quality, airborne platform, SAR autofocus, small UAV-based SAR systems, FMCW SAR, Miranda35 experiments, moving baseline differential GPS, optical structure-from-motion-based localization, FHR FMCW MIRANDA35 sensor, Synthetic aperture radar, Global Positioning System, Radar polarimetry, Cameras, Optical sensors, SAR autofocus, navigation, synthetic aperture radar, small UAV. [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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