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Publications of year 1984

Articles in journal or book chapters

  1. N. H. Farhat, Charles L. Werner, and T. H. Chu. Prospects for three-dimensional projective and tomographic imaging radar networks. Radio Science, 19(5):1347-1355, 1984. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, Radar, Tomography, SAR Tomography, Holographic Imaging, 3-D Imaging.
    Abstract: Results of a study demonstrating the feasibility of broadband and speckle-free projective imaging of a complex shaped scattering object in the 6-17 GHz range with centimeter resolution are presented. We show how angular, spectral, and polarization diversities can be combined in the data acquisition process, with a unique target-derived reference technique to access the three-dimensional Fourier space of the scatterer cost-effectively. Image retrieval algorithms, based on the projection slice theorem and knowledge of object symmetry, are utilized in obtaining images of a model aircraft with near optical resolution. The implications for high-resolution three-dimensional tomographic imaging radar networks are discussed.

    @Article{farhatWernerChuRadioScienceTOMO1984,
    author = {Farhat, N. H. and Werner, Charles L. and Chu, T. H.},
    title = {Prospects for three-dimensional projective and tomographic imaging radar networks},
    journal = {Radio Science},
    year = {1984},
    volume = {19},
    number = {5},
    pages = {1347--1355},
    issn = {1944-799X},
    abstract = {Results of a study demonstrating the feasibility of broadband and speckle-free projective imaging of a complex shaped scattering object in the 6-17 GHz range with centimeter resolution are presented. We show how angular, spectral, and polarization diversities can be combined in the data acquisition process, with a unique target-derived reference technique to access the three-dimensional Fourier space of the scatterer cost-effectively. Image retrieval algorithms, based on the projection slice theorem and knowledge of object symmetry, are utilized in obtaining images of a model aircraft with near optical resolution. The implications for high-resolution three-dimensional tomographic imaging radar networks are discussed.},
    doi = {10.1029/RS019i005p01347},
    file = {:farhatWernerChuRadioScienceTOMO1984.pdf:PDF},
    keywords = {SAR Processing, Radar, Tomography, SAR Tomography, Holographic Imaging, 3-D Imaging},
    pdf = {../../../docs/farhatWernerChuRadioScienceTOMO1984.pdf},
    url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1029/RS019i005p01347},
    
    }
    


  2. Christian Matzler and Erwin Schanda. Snow mapping with active microwave sensors. Remote Sensing, 5(2):409-422, 1984.
    @Article{Maetzler1984,
    author = {Matzler, Christian and Schanda, Erwin},
    title = {Snow mapping with active microwave sensors},
    journal = {Remote Sensing},
    year = {1984},
    volume = {5},
    number = {2},
    pages = {409--422},
    owner = {ofrey},
    publisher = {Taylor \& Francis},
    
    }
    


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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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