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Publications about 'spatial resolutions'

Articles in journal or book chapters

  1. Silvan Leinss, Giuseppe Parrella, and Irena Hajnsek. Snow height determination by polarimetric phase differences in X-band SAR data. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, 7(9):3794-3810, Sept 2014. Keyword(s): hydrological techniques, remote sensing by radar, snow, synthetic aperture radar, AD 2012 01, AD 2012 12 to 2013 04, CPD temporal evolution, Finland, HH polarization, Sodankylae city, TanDEM-X, TanDEM-X acquisitions, TerraSAR-X acquisitions, VV polarization, X-band SAR acquisitions, X-band SAR data, aligned elliptical particles, computer tomography observations, copolar phase difference, fresh snow depth, polarimetric phase difference, snow height determination, snow microstructure, subsequent recrystallization process, temperature-gradient-driven recrystallization process, weather station data, Backscatter, Scattering, Snow, Soil, Soil measurements, Synthetic aperture radar, Temperature measurement, Birefringence, TanDEM-X, TerraSAR-X, VV-HH phase difference, copolar phase difference, dry snow, fresh snow, polarimetry, snow anisotropy, snow microstructure, synthetic aperture radar. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  2. Viet Thuy Vu, Thomas K. Sjogren, and Mats I. Pettersson. On Synthetic Aperture Radar Azimuth and Range Resolution Equations. IEEE Trans. Aerosp. Electron. Syst., 48(2):1764-1769, April 2012. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, image resolution, integration, radar imaging, radar resolution, synthetic aperture radar, transient response, ultra wideband radar, HPBW, IRF-NSAR-sinc function, IRF-USAR, NB SAR imaging, UWB SAR imaging, half power beamwidth, impulse response function, integration angle, intensity interval, narrow-band-narrow-beam SAR, range resolution equation, signal fractional bandwidth, spatial resolution equation, synthetic aperture radar azimuth, ultrawide-band-ultrawide-beam synthetic aperture radar, Approximation methods, Azimuth, Bandwidth, Equations, Niobium, Spatial resolution. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  3. R. Lanari, O. Mora, M. Manunta, J. J. Mallorqui, P. Berardino, and E. Sansosti. A small-baseline approach for investigating deformations on full-resolution differential SAR interferograms. IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens., 42(7):1377-1386, July 2004. Keyword(s): radar resolution, radiowave interferometry, remote sensing by radar, singular value decomposition, synthetic aperture radar, terrain mapping, topography (Earth), DIFSAR interferograms, European Remote Sensing satellites, atmospheric phase artifacts, differential SAR interferometry, digital elevation model, geodetic measurements, ground deformation, large-scale deformations, multilook data, residual phase components, single-look data, singular value decomposition, small-baseline subset, spatial resolutions, synthetic aperture radar, temporal evolution, topographic errors, Buildings, Digital elevation models, Interferometry, Large-scale systems, Phase detection, Phase estimation, Singular value decomposition, Spatial resolution, Synthetic aperture radar, Testing, Ground deformations, SAR, SAR interferometry, synthetic aperture radar. [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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