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Title: First Bistatic Demonstration of Digital Beamforming in Elevation With TerraSAR-X as an Illuminator
Authors: Robert Wang;Wei Wang;Yunfeng Shao;Feng Hong;Pei Wang;Yunkai Deng;Zhimin Zhang;Otmar Loffeld
subject: digital beamforming (DBF)|Bistatic synthetic aperture radar (SAR)|TerraSAR-X
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The next generation of spaceborne synthetic aperture radar (SAR) remote sensing systems will emphasize on high-resolution and wide-coverage imaging. For these design goals, digital beamforming (DBF) in elevation is a promising candidate. DBF-SAR can provide global monitoring capacity for the continuous observation of a highly dynamic and rapidly changing world with high spatial resolution and short repeat intervals. A spaceborne experiment regarding a real complex scene and real spaceborne wave propagation channel effects remains a necessary step to complete the experimental verification of this advanced technique. Fortunately, the spaceborne-stationary bistatic configuration offers a potential chance to validate the advanced technique. The aforementioned experiment can be considered as a test bed for the development and implementation of DBF radar techniques applicable to Earth observation science and planetary measurements. The DBF experiment based on spaceborne-stationary bistatic configuration with TerraSAR-X as an illuminator has been successfully conducted in June 2013 by the Department of Space Microwave Remote Sensing System, Institute of Electronics, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/173525
ISSN: 0196-2892
1558-0644
volume: 54
issue: 2
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Title: First Bistatic Demonstration of Digital Beamforming in Elevation With TerraSAR-X as an Illuminator
Authors: Robert Wang;Wei Wang;Yunfeng Shao;Feng Hong;Pei Wang;Yunkai Deng;Zhimin Zhang;Otmar Loffeld
subject: digital beamforming (DBF)|Bistatic synthetic aperture radar (SAR)|TerraSAR-X
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The next generation of spaceborne synthetic aperture radar (SAR) remote sensing systems will emphasize on high-resolution and wide-coverage imaging. For these design goals, digital beamforming (DBF) in elevation is a promising candidate. DBF-SAR can provide global monitoring capacity for the continuous observation of a highly dynamic and rapidly changing world with high spatial resolution and short repeat intervals. A spaceborne experiment regarding a real complex scene and real spaceborne wave propagation channel effects remains a necessary step to complete the experimental verification of this advanced technique. Fortunately, the spaceborne-stationary bistatic configuration offers a potential chance to validate the advanced technique. The aforementioned experiment can be considered as a test bed for the development and implementation of DBF radar techniques applicable to Earth observation science and planetary measurements. The DBF experiment based on spaceborne-stationary bistatic configuration with TerraSAR-X as an illuminator has been successfully conducted in June 2013 by the Department of Space Microwave Remote Sensing System, Institute of Electronics, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/173525
ISSN: 0196-2892
1558-0644
volume: 54
issue: 2
More Information: 842
849
Appears in Collections:2016

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Title: First Bistatic Demonstration of Digital Beamforming in Elevation With TerraSAR-X as an Illuminator
Authors: Robert Wang;Wei Wang;Yunfeng Shao;Feng Hong;Pei Wang;Yunkai Deng;Zhimin Zhang;Otmar Loffeld
subject: digital beamforming (DBF)|Bistatic synthetic aperture radar (SAR)|TerraSAR-X
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The next generation of spaceborne synthetic aperture radar (SAR) remote sensing systems will emphasize on high-resolution and wide-coverage imaging. For these design goals, digital beamforming (DBF) in elevation is a promising candidate. DBF-SAR can provide global monitoring capacity for the continuous observation of a highly dynamic and rapidly changing world with high spatial resolution and short repeat intervals. A spaceborne experiment regarding a real complex scene and real spaceborne wave propagation channel effects remains a necessary step to complete the experimental verification of this advanced technique. Fortunately, the spaceborne-stationary bistatic configuration offers a potential chance to validate the advanced technique. The aforementioned experiment can be considered as a test bed for the development and implementation of DBF radar techniques applicable to Earth observation science and planetary measurements. The DBF experiment based on spaceborne-stationary bistatic configuration with TerraSAR-X as an illuminator has been successfully conducted in June 2013 by the Department of Space Microwave Remote Sensing System, Institute of Electronics, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/173525
ISSN: 0196-2892
1558-0644
volume: 54
issue: 2
More Information: 842
849
Appears in Collections:2016

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