Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Image Formation Processing delivers an in-depth study of SAR systems, signals and science. SAR science is established on a foundation of wave theory. SAR systems for stripmap, spotlight, spotmap, volumetric, inverse, scan, swept, etc., modes are explained. SAR signal analysis techniques are presented at a detailed mathematical level, including analyses of chirp signals for both stretch and chirp receiver systems. All SAR algorithm classes are presented, including Stolt formatting, polar formatting (including back-projection methods), hyperbolic coherent summing, spherical coherent summing (including back-propagation methods), range stacking, range-Doppler and chirp scaling. Novel methods for volumetric SAR (VolSAR) imaging are presented. Additional ancillary SAR topics are covered, including SAR image interpretation methods, antenna modeling techniques, autofocus processing and motion compensation strategies.
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