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Multistatic Synthetic Aperture Radar Phenomenology and Interferometry

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posted on 2022-11-22, 11:36 authored by Alexander HagelbergAlexander Hagelberg

Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) is a remote sensing technique which provides high resolution imagery over large areas of the Earth. Unlike optical imagery, SAR operates in all-weathers, day or night. SAR images provide different information compared to electro-optical imagery and allows interferometry to be performed. Interferometry provides sensitive detection of ground height and of changes on the ground. This project investigates multistatic SAR geometries suitable to swarm radar platform concepts including SAR satellite constellations, as well as the processing of collected data.

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Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL)

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m.j.smith@cranfield.ac.uk

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