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Synthetic Aperture Radar Imaging from Wide-Angle Data with Frequency-Band Omissions (in Turkish)
Authors: Müjdat Çetin and Randolph L. Moses
Published in: SIU2006 - IEEE Conference on Signal Processing and Communications Applications, 2006
Publication year: 2006
Abstract: We consider the problem of wide-angle synthetic aperture
radar (SAR) imaging from data with arbitrary
frequency-band omissions. We propose an approach that
involves composite image formation through combination
of subaperture images, as well as point-enhanced, superresolution image reconstruction. This framework provides
a number of desirable features including preservation of
anisotropic scatterers that do not persist over the full wideangle
aperture; robustness to bandwidth limitations and
frequency-band omissions; as well as a characterization
of the aspect dependence of scatterers. We demonstrate
the effectiveness of the proposed approach through experiments
based on electromagnetically simulated realistic
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