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Publications about 'split-spectrum'

Articles in journal or book chapters

  1. Heming Liao, Franz J. Meyer, Bernd Scheuchl, Jeremie Mouginot, Ian Joughin, and Eric Rignot. Ionospheric correction of InSAR data for accurate ice velocity measurement at polar regions. Remote Sensing of Environment, 209:166-180, 2018. Keyword(s): Synthetic aperture radar, SAR interferometry, Ice velocity, Range split spectrum, Data stacking, Ionosphere effect, Ionosphere correction. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  2. Urs Wegmuller, Charles Werner, Othmar Frey, Christophe Magnard, and Tazio Strozzi. Reformulating the Split-Spectrum Method to Facilitate the Estimation and Compensation of the Ionospheric Phase in SAR Interferograms. Procedia Computer Science, pp 318-325, 2018. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, Ionosphere, Ionospheric Path Delay, split-beam interferometry, SBI, ionospheric electromagnetic wave propagation, ionospheric techniques, radar interferometry, remote sensing by radar, split beam interferograms, along track ground displacement estimation, azimuth spectrum band pass filtering, directional scattering identification, ionospheric path delay estimation, long baseline pair coherence estimation, split beam interferometry, Azimuth, Band pass filters, Coherence, Delay, Ionosphere, Time series analysis. [bibtex-entry]


  3. Masato Furuya, Takato Suzuki, Jun Maeda, and Kosuke Heki. Midlatitude sporadic-E episodes viewed by L-band split-spectrum InSAR. Earth, Planets and Space, 69(1):175, December 2017. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, SAR Interferometry, Interferometry, Split-Spectrum, Split-band, Split-Spectrum Interferometry, Split-band Interferometry, Total Electron Content Estimation, TEC Estimation, Ionospheric TEC, Faraday Rotation, Path Delay, Spaceborne SAR, L-Band, ALOS, Phased Array L-band SAR, PALSAR, Calibration, Ionosphere, Ionospheric Path Delay. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  4. Giorgio Gomba, Fernando Rodriguez Gonzalez, and Francesco De Zan. Ionospheric Phase Screen Compensation for the Sentinel-1 TOPS and ALOS-2 ScanSAR Modes. IEEE_J_GRS, 55(1):223-235, January 2017. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, split-spectrum, split-spectrum interferometry, split-band, split-band interferometry, ionospheric disturbances, total electron content (atmosphere), 2015 Nepal earthquake, 2016 Taiwan earthquake, ALOS-2 ScanSAR modes, ALOS-2 interferograms, C-band interferograms, Sentinel-1 TOPS, dispersive ionospheric component, interferometric measurements, ionospheric phase screen compensation, local global positioning system measurements, split-spectrum method, synthetic aperture radar acquisitions, total electron content maps, Azimuth, Correlation, Electrostatic discharges, Ionosphere, Satellites, Synthetic aperture radar, Timing, InSAR, SAR ionospheric effects, ionosphere estimation, split-spectrum. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  5. G. Gomba and F. De Zan. Bayesian Data Combination for the Estimation of Ionospheric Effects in SAR Interferograms. IEEE_J_GRS, 55(11):6582-6593, November 2017. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, split-spectrum, split-spectrum interferometry, split-band, split-band interferometry, Bayes methods, Faraday effect, fractals, inverse problems, ionospheric electromagnetic wave propagation, radar imaging, radar interferometry, remote sensing by radar, synthetic aperture radar, Bayesian data combination, Bayesian inverse problem, Faraday rotation method, SAR images, SAR interferograms, advanced land observing satellite phased array type L-band SAR L-band images, azimuth mutual shifts, data-based model parameter estimation, differential ionospheric phase screen, error source, estimation accuracy, information sources, interferometric pair images, ionosphere turbulence, ionospheric effects estimation, ionospheric propagation path delay, physically realistic fractal modeling, range variations, sensitive azimuth shifts, simple split-spectrum method, small-scale azimuth variations, synthetic aperture radar interferograms, Azimuth, Bayes methods, Estimation, Extraterrestrial measurements, Faraday effect, Ionosphere, Synthetic aperture radar, Ionosphere estimation, SAR ionospheric effects, interferometric synthetic aperture radar (SAR), methods\textquoteright combination. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  6. G. Gomba, A. Parizzi, F. De Zan, M. Eineder, and R. Bamler. Toward Operational Compensation of Ionospheric Effects in SAR Interferograms: The Split-Spectrum Method. IEEE_J_GRS, 54(3):1446-1461, March 2016. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, split-spectrum, split-spectrum interferometry, split-band, split-band interferometry, ionospheric electromagnetic wave propagation, synthetic aperture radar, L-band interferograms, L-band synthetic aperture radar interferometric pairs, SAR interferograms, advanced land observing satellite phased-array, differential ionospheric path delay, geophysical processes, ground deformation signals, ionospheric effects operational compensation, ionospheric phase, split-spectrum method, tropospheric path delay, Accuracy, Azimuth, Coherence, Delays, Estimation, Ionosphere, Synthetic aperture radar, Interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR), ionosphere estimation, split spectrum, synthetic aperture radar (SAR) ionospheric effects. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  7. T. O. Saebo, S. A. V. Synnes, and Roy E. Hansen. Wideband Interferometry in Synthetic Aperture Sonar. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 51(8):4450-4459, August 2013. Keyword(s): Synthetic Aperture Sonar, SAS, autonomous aerial vehicles, geophysical image processing, image resolution, oceanographic equipment, oceanographic techniques, radar imaging, radar interferometry, remote sensing by radar, synthetic aperture radar, Goldstein branch cut phase unwrapping algorithm, HISAS wideband interferometric SAS, HUGIN autonomous underwater vehicle, SAS interferometry, absolute phase difference, advanced phase unwrapping techniques, complex cross correlation technique, direct phase difference estimation, final phase estimate, high resolution images, interferometric data processing, misregistrated areas, multiband split spectrum technique, multichromatic approach, narrowband interferometry processing, phase ambiguities, seafloor, synthetic aperture sonar interferometry, topographic maps, wideband interferometry techniques, Delay effects, Interferometry, Maximum likelihood estimation, Synthetic aperture sonar, Wideband, Complex cross correlation, multichromatic analysis, split spectrum algorithm, synthetic aperture radar (SAR), synthetic aperture sonar (SAS), wideband interferometry. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


Conference articles

  1. G. Gomba, F. De Zan, and A. Parizzi. Ionospheric Phase Screen and Ionospheric Azimuth Shift Estimation Combining the Split-Spectrum and Multi-Squint Methods. In Proc. EUSAR 2016: 11th European Conf. Synthetic Aperture Radar, pages 1-4, June 2016. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, split-spectrum, split-spectrum interferometry, split-band, split-band interferometry, ionospheric electromagnetic wave propagation, synthetic aperture radar, L-band interferograms, L-band synthetic aperture radar interferometric pairs, SAR interferograms, advanced land observing satellite phased-array, differential ionospheric path delay, geophysical processes, ground deformation signals, ionospheric effects operational compensation, ionospheric phase, split-spectrum method, tropospheric path delay, Accuracy, Azimuth, Coherence, Delays, Estimation, Ionosphere, Synthetic aperture radar, Interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR), ionosphere estimation, split spectrum, synthetic aperture radar (SAR) ionospheric effects. [bibtex-entry]


  2. G. Gomba, X. Y. Cong, and M. Eineder. Correction of ionospheric and tropospheric path delay for L-band interferograms. In Proc. IEEE Int. Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symp. (IGARSS), pages 310-313, July 2015. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, split-spectrum, split-spectrum interferometry, split-band, split-band interferometry, ionospheric electromagnetic wave propagation, ionospheric techniques, refractive index, remote sensing by radar, synthetic aperture radar, tropospheric electromagnetic wave propagation, weather forecasting, L-band interferograms, SAR data, differential atmospheric path delay, direct integration method, error source, geophysical processes, ground deformation signal, height-dependent tropospheric effects, ionospheric path delay correction, nominal value, numerical weather prediction data, radio wave delay, radio wave propagation, refractivity index variation, slant range distance, split-spectrum method, stratified delay, topography signal, tropospheric path delay correction, Atmospheric measurements, Delays, Dispersion, Ionosphere, L-band, Synthetic aperture radar, InSAR, SAR ionospheric effects, ionosphere estimation. [bibtex-entry]


  3. G. Gomba and F. De Zan. Estimation of ionospheric height variations during an aurora event using multiple semi-focusing levels. In Proc. IEEE Int. Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symp. (IGARSS), pages 4065-4068, July 2015. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, split-spectrum, split-spectrum interferometry, split-band, split-band interferometry, aurora, ionospheric electromagnetic wave propagation, ionospheric techniques, remote sensing by radar, synthetic aperture radar, SAR images, SAR interferograms, aurora event, integrated-azimuth-shifts method, ionosphere scintillation, ionosphere vertical profile, ionospheric effects, ionospheric height variation estimation, ionospheric phase screen, multiple semifocusing levels, normal ionospheric state, Azimuth, Estimation, Hafnium, Ionosphere, Satellites, InSAR, SAR ionospheric effects, ionosphere estimation, ionosphere scintillation. [bibtex-entry]


  4. G. Gomba, M. Eineder, A. Parizzi, and R. Bamler. High-resolution estimation of ionospheric phase screens through semi-focusing processing. In Proc. IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symp, pages 17-20, July 2014. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, split-spectrum, split-spectrum interferometry, split-band, split-band interferometry, geophysical techniques, ionospheric electromagnetic wave propagation, radar imaging, radar interferometry, remote sensing by radar, synthetic aperture radar, SAR images, blurring, coherence, decorrelation, delta-k split-band interferometry method, high-resolution estimation, ionosphere irregularities, ionospheric azimuth effect, ionospheric phase screens, semifocusing processing, synthetic aperture generate shift, turbulent ionosphere, Apertures, Azimuth, Coherence, Estimation, Focusing, Ionosphere, Synthetic aperture radar, InSAR, SAR ionospheric effects, ionosphere estimation, ionosphere scintillation. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  5. R. Brcic, A. Parizzi, M. Eineder, R. Bamler, and F. Meyer. Ionospheric effects in SAR interferometry: An analysis and comparison of methods for their estimation. In Proc. IEEE Int. Geosci. Remote Sens. Symp., pages 1497-1500, July 2011. Keyword(s): ionospheric electromagnetic wave propagation, ionospheric techniques, radar interferometry, synthetic aperture radar, C-band system, L-band ALOS-PALSAR acquisitions, L-band system, P-band system, SAR signal, X-band frequencies, dispersive effects, ionospheric compensation, ionospheric effects, phase error, repeat-pass SAR interferometry, spaceborne SAR systems, topographic retrieval, wideband interferometry, Azimuth, Bandwidth, Delay, Estimation, Interferometry, Ionosphere, Synthetic aperture radar, delta-k, ionosphere, split-spectrum, wideband interferometry. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  6. R. Brcic, A. Parizzi, M. Eineder, R. Bamler, and F. Meyer. Estimation and compensation of ionospheric delay for SAR interferometry. In Proc. IEEE Int. Geosci. Remote Sens. Symp., pages 2908-2911, July 2010. Keyword(s): compensation, data acquisition, ionospheric electromagnetic wave propagation, radar interferometry, radiowave propagation, remote sensing by radar, spaceborne radar, synthetic aperture radar, L-band ALOS-PALSAR acquisition, L-band system, SAR interferometry, SAR signal propagation, X-band frequency, dispersive effect, ionospheric delay compensation, ionospheric delay estimation, phase error, spaceborne SAR system, synthetic aperture rada, Azimuth, Bandwidth, Delay, Estimation, Frequency estimation, Ionosphere, L-band, delta-k, ionosphere, split-spectrum, wideband interferometry. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  7. Paul A. Rosen, Scott Hensley, and Curtis Chen. Measurement and mitigation of the ionosphere in L-band Interferometric SAR data. In 2010 IEEE Radar Conference, pages 1459-1463, May 2010. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, cartography, image registration, ionosphere, ionospheric measuring apparatus, radar imaging, radar interferometry, synthetic aperture radar, ALOS PALSAR data, L-band InSAR data, PALSAR spectral band, bandwidth 28 MHz, deformation maps, differential TEC estimation, dispersive medium, earth changing surface, image registration, ionosphere measurement, ionosphere mitigation, multifrequency split-spectrum processing technique, nondispersive effects, pixel-by-pixel observation, radar waveform, relative phase change measurement, satellite-based repeat-pass interferometric synthetic aperture radar, split spectrum technique, subtle deformation signatures, synoptic high spatial resolution, Atmosphere, Atmospheric measurements, Delay effects, Dispersion, Earth, Ionosphere, L-band, Phase measurement, Spatial resolution, Synthetic aperture radar interferometry. [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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