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Publications about 'target range migration trajectory'

Articles in journal or book chapters

  1. R. Wang, O. Loffeld, Y.L. Neo, H. Nies, I. Walterscheid, T. Espeter, J. Klare, and J. Ender. Focusing Bistatic SAR Data in Airborne/Stationary Configuration. IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens., 48(1):452-465, January 2010. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, Bistatic SAR, BiSAR data, Forschungsgesellschaft fur Angewandte Naturwissenschaften, PAMIR, Transall C-160, airborne SAR system, azimuth modulation, bistatic SAR airborne-stationary configuration, bistatic SAR data, bistatic point-target reference spectrum, frequency domain based focusing algorithm, interpolation free wavenumber domain algorithm, range offset, range variant interpolation, stationary X-band transmitter, synthetic aperture radar, target azimuth position, target range migration trajectory, airborne radar, geophysical signal processing, interpolation, radar signal processing, remote sensing by radar, 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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