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High resolution radar imaging
Dean L. Mensa
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Dean L. Mensa.|
|LC Classifications||TK6592.S95 M46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||198 p. :|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||81071048|
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Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Cited by: The advantages of increased radar bandwidths are discussed, and chapters are devoted to the application of the radar range equation to HRR, HRR design, waveforms and processing, synthetic high-range-resolution radar, SAR, inverse SAR, three-dimensional imaging with monopulse radar, target imaging with noncoherent radar systems, and applications Cited by: The state of the art in high resolution radar cross-section imaging is reviewed.
The topics addressed include: fundamental imaging concepts, instrumentation and signal processing for RCS imaging, High resolution radar imaging book range and cross-range imaging of rotating objects, focused synthetic-aperture processing, tomographic imaging, and maximum entropy methods.
Cited by: High resolution radar cross-section imaging. Boston: Artech House, © (OCoLC) Online version: Mensa, Dean L. High resolution radar cross-section imaging. Boston: Artech House, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Dean L Mensa.
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Create Book: All Authors / Contributors: Dean L Mensa. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: The book is intended for researchers, engineers and postgraduates in the fields of electronics systems, signal information processing and data analysis, microwave remote sensing and microwave imaging radar, as well as space technology, especially in the microwave remote sensing and airborne or space-borne microwave imaging radar fields.
Summarizes comprehensively the High resolution radar imaging book microwave imaging and super-resolution information processing technologies Includes numerous simulations, research findings, and experimental data Reflects the latest theories, methods, and achievements in the field of high-resolution imaging radar systems.
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Abstract The state of the art in high resolution radar cross-section imaging is reviewed. The topics addressed include: fundamental imaging concepts, instrumentation and signal processing for RCS imaging, two-dimensional range and cross-range imaging of rotating objects, focused synthetic-aperture processing, tomographic imaging, and maximum entropy methods.
In recent years, the performances of radar resolution, coverage, and detection accuracy have been significantly improved through the use of ultra-wideband, synthetic aperture and digital signal processing technologies.
High-resolution radars (HRRs) utilize wideband signals and synthetic apertures to enhance the range and angular resolutions of tracking, by: 4.
Mensa, D. L., High Resolution Radar Imaging, Artech House, Dedham, MA (). A concise book on the principles of synthetic aperture and other forms of imaging radar.
Nathanson, R. E., Radar Design Principles, McGraw-Hill, NH (). General coverage book on radar emphasizing design considerations. Book Abstract: An authoritative work on Synthetic Aperture Radar system engineering, with a key focus on high resolution imaging, moving target indication, and system engineering technology.
Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) is a powerful microwave remote sensing technique that is used to create high resolution two or three-dimensional.
High Resolution Wide Swath (HRWS) imaging is an important branch in Synthetic aperture radar (SAR) imaging, a remote sensing technique capable of providing high resolution images independent of weather conditions and sunlight illumination.
This makes SAR very attractive for the systematic observation of dynamic processes on the Earth's surface, which is useful for. Synthetic-aperture radar (SAR) is a form of radar which moves a real aperture or antenna through a series of positions along the objects to provide distinctive long-term coherent-signal variations.
This can be used to obtain higher resolution. SARs produce a two-dimensional (2-D) image. One dimension in the image is called range and is a measure of the "line-of-sight" distance from the.
The range resolution was determined by the width of the pulse, and the lateral or azimuth resolution by the width of the beam at the range required. This was the basis for most of the Radar systems used up until the early s when an American invention led to a radical improvement in the range resolution.
The purpose of this book is to frame the current state-of-the-art in the subject of multidimensional RF signal processing with specific application to radar imaging. is to develop a processing chain that exploits multichannel information provided by a multichannel synthetic aperture radar (SAR) system to obtain high-resolution images of.
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We have developed World’s most compact 28nm Milli-meter wave Imaging Radar chip to maximize the pixel per sqmm. Our flexible solution enables a very large number of antenna. This revised and updated edition of the author's first book, High Resolution Radar Imaging, contains almost 40% new material.
With this book practitioners responsible for analyzing, specifying, or evaluating RCS imaging systems will be able to define state-of-the-art performance limits using basic physical and mathematical principles. These applications include high-resolution imaging, wide-swath remote sensing, ground moving target indication, and 3-D imaging.
The book pays particular attention to the signal processing aspects of various multi-antenna SAR from a top-level system perspective. Explore Recent Extensions of Synthetic Aperture Radar Systems. High spatial resolution remote sensing is an area of considerable current interest and builds on developments in object-based image analysis, commercial high-resolution satellite sensors, and UAVs.
It captures more details through high and very. Radar Fundamentals. 2 Overview • Introduction • Radar functions • Antennas basics High Resolution Imaging & Mapping Proximity Fuzes Countermeasures. 9 Classification by Waveform paths exist between a radar and target, then the total signal at a location is the sum (superposition principle).
At the time of publication of the first edition, there were no high-spatial-resolution imaging radar systems, but now I have an illustration from TerraSAR-X at a cm resolution. The launch of SkySat 1 by Skybox Imaging (now Terra Bella, a Google company, as of Novem ) clearly signals many upcoming changes in imaging from space that.
Synthetic aperture radar (SAR) is a high ‐ resolution airborne and spaceborne remote sensing technique for imaging remote targets on a terrain or more generally on a scene. The modes of SAR operation can be divided into three according to the radar antenna’s scanning operation.
The consensus is that imaging radar data can be used to estimate above-ground biomass in forest ecosystems (Kasischke et al., ) to a certain biomass level. The utility of imaging radars for this purpose is limited to low-biomass forest stands if a single-frequency polarization system is used (Harrell et al., ; Kasischke et al., ).
An authoritative work on Synthetic Aperture Radar system engineering, with key focus on high resolution imaging, moving target indication, and system engineering technology Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) is a powerful microwave remote sensing technique that is used to create high resolution two or three-dimensional representations of objects, such as.
Inverse synthetic aperture radar imaging: principles, algorithms, and applications / This book focuses on how to generate high-resolution ISAR images of targets of interest and how to deal with factors that affect the process.
It also looks at extracting information from ISAR images and performing non-cooperative target recognition (NCTR) of. CHAPTER THREE Synthetic Aperture Radar Synthetic aperture radar (SAR) is a high-resolution airborne and spaceborne remote sensing technique for imaging remote targets on a terrain or more generally on a - Selection from Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar Imaging With MATLAB Algorithms [Book].
Vayyar's technology uses embedded chips and imaging algorithms to generate high-resolution 4D radar images, track vital signs, and detect obstacles and movements. The company claims its sensors do not collect any optic data to maintain user : Priyamvada Mathur.
Sincehe leads there a Chair of Microwave Sensing, Systems and Signals. He has authored and coauthored more than scientific or technical papers, four patents and fourteen book chapters.
His main research interests are in high-resolution radar, microwave imaging and applied electromagnetics (in particular, UWB antennas). Prof. Book Description. High spatial resolution remote sensing is an area of considerable current interest and builds on developments in object-based image analysis, commercial high-resolution satellite sensors, and UAVs.
It captures more details through high and very high resolution images (10 to cm/pixel). The imaging performance of high resolution airborne Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) system can be affected by phase errors resulted from the change in refractive index in the troposphere.
This book focuses on a specific class of implementation of synthetic aperture radar with particular emphasis on the use of polarization to infer the geophysical properties of the scene. As mentioned above, SAR is a way to achieve high-resolution images using radio waves. We shall first describe the basics of radar Size: 1MB.
High-Resolution Radar Data Processing and Applications With Joseph R. Buckley Imaging radar is a unique remote sensing system in that it uses its own source of target illumination, therefore providing imagery independent of solar illumination, and operates at a wavelength long enough to be able to penetrate clouds, making it insensitive to : Joseph R.
Buckley. About this book. An authoritative work on Synthetic Aperture Radar system engineering, with key focus on high resolution imaging, moving target indication, and system engineering technology. Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) is a powerful microwave remote sensing technique that is used to create high resolution two or three-dimensional.
Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. This book addresses with outstanding clarity all of the main issues associated with the physics, technology, and use of radar as an imaging tool for remote sensing. an excellent reference and a rich source of information for remote-sensing scientists, users, and students.” (Sebastiano B.
Serpico, IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Increasing information content is an important scientific problem in modern observation systems development.
Radar, or microwave, imaging, a technique which combines radar techniques with digital or optical information processing, can be used for this purpose. Drawing on their own research, the authors provide an overview of the field and explain why a unified approach Cited by: Array Weather Radar (AWR) is a novel type weather radar equipped with a distributed phased array technology.
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Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar Imaging is based on the latest research on ISAR imaging of moving targets and non-cooperative target recognition (NCTR).
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