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Publications about 'radiometers'
Articles in journal or book chapters
H. C. Stankwitz and S. P. Taylor.
Advances in non-linear apodization.
IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine,
Keyword(s): SAR Processing,
Spatially Variant Apodization,
European Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity system,
Y-type synthetic aperture radiometers,
impulse response performance,
microwave radar systems,
microwave remote sensing,
parse coherent apertures,
sparse aperture filling property,
synthetic aperture radar systems,
synthetic multiple aperture radar technology,
remote sensing by radar,
synthetic aperture radar.
and Thomas Weise.
Radiometric and structural measurements of snow samples.
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and C. Kielbasa.
Tri-Frequency Synthetic Aperture Radar for the Measurements of Snow Water Equivalent.
In Proc. IEEE Int. Geosci. Remote Sens. Symp.,
Keyword(s): airborne radar,
synthetic aperture radar,
airborne synthetic aperture radar system,
snow water equivalent,
active passive microwave system,
successful system performance,
tri-frequency synthetic aperture radar,
dual polarization radar,
AD 2019 11,
frequency 9.65 GHz,
frequency 13.6 GHz,
frequency 200.0 MHz,
frequency 17.25 GHz,
Synthetic aperture radar,
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Last modified: Mon Feb 1 16:40:53 2021
Author: Othmar Frey, Earth Observation and Remote Sensing, Institute of Environmental Engineering, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology - ETH Zurich .
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