Principles Of Synthetic Aperture Radar: Marwan Younis

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Principles Of Synthetic Aperture Radar: Marwan Younis

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This lecture is the first module of the course ?Synthethic Aperture Radar Remote Sensing ? Instrument Design, Operation Techniques and Processing? designed by the ?Instrumentation and Future Technologies? (IFT) Technical Committee (TC) of GRSS to foster the understanding of the steps up to the final SAR product, and to convey the knowledge required to actually design a SAR system. ?Principles of Synthetic Aperture Radar? will address the following topics: Functionality of a radar, the resolution of radar, the principle of a synthetic aperture, what does a radar measure, data acquisition, principles of range and azimuth compression, image distortions (foreshortening, layover, etc.).
This lecture is the first module of the course ?Synthethic Aperture Radar Remote Sensing ? Instrument Design, Operation Techniques and Processing? designed by the ?Instrumentation and Future Technologies? (IFT) Technical Committee (TC) of GRSS to foster the understanding of the steps up to the final SAR product, and to convey the knowledge required to actually design a SAR system. ?Principles of Synthetic Aperture Radar? will address the following topics: Functionality of a radar, the resolution of radar, the principle of a synthetic aperture, what does a radar measure, data acquisition, principles of range and azimuth compression, image distortions (foreshortening, layover, etc.).