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    Bistatic SAR Data Processing Algorithms

    ISBN-10: 111818808X
    ISBN-13: 9781118188088
    Edition: 2013
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    Copyright Year: 2013
    Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
    Publication Date: 6/24/2013
    Binding: Hardcover
    Pages: 336
    Size: 6.75" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
    Weight: 1.232
    Language: English

    Normal 0 false false false EN-US ZH-CN TH MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 This book focuses on bistatic SAR signal processing, mainly on imaging aspects. Topics include bistatic SAR resolution analysis, echo generation methods, imaging algorithms, imaging parameters estimation, and motion compensation methods. Qiu, Ding, and Hu begin with the history, present status and the trends of SAR development. The concept of bistatic SAR is then introduced and the key problems of bistatic SAR signal processing are described. To aid readers in understanding bistatic SAR more easily and establish a foundation of the concepts, the authors describe the theory of SAR imaging and briefly cover the traditional imaging algorithms of SAR. To give readers deeper impression of the subject the next chapters categorize bistatic SAR configurations and analyze resolution abilities for each configuration. This is followed by echo simulating methods of bistatic SAR. These are used to generate simulated scene echoes of bistaic SAR, which can provide data for the research of bistatic SAR imaging algorithms. Next, the authors describe several imaging algorithms for translational invariant bistatic SAR in detail comapre these algorithms, as well as introduce imaging algorithms for translational variant bistatic SAR configurations. This is followed by a study of the special working modes of bistatic SAR (forward- looking mode and three-dimensional resolving mode), analyzes the resolution of these bistatic SAR modes, and studies their imaging algorithms. Lastly, the authors focus on  data processing technologies which are closely related to imaging, such as Doppler parameter estimation and the motion compensation method of bistatic SAR.

    About the Authors
    Preface
    Acknowledgements
    List of Acronyms
    Introduction
    Overview of SAR Development
    The History of SAR Development
    The Current Status and Trends of SAR Development
    Brief Introduction of Bistatic SAR
    Basic Concept of Bistatic SAR
    The Advantages and the Prospects of Bistatic SAR
    The Present Status of Bistatic SAR Development
    The Key Problems of Bistatic SAR
    Contents of the Book
    References
    Signal Processing Basis of SAR
    Range Resolution of SAR
    Basic Concept of Range Resolution
    Classical Theory of SAR Resolution
    Linear Frequency Modulated Signal (Chirp Signal)
    Matched Filter
    Azimuth Resolution of SAR
    Basic Concept of Azimuth Resolution
    Theory of Synthetic Aperture
    Realizing a Synthetic Aperture Using a Matched Filter
    SAR Resolution Cell
    SAR Processing Model - Single-Point Target Imaging
    SAR Echo Model of a Single-Point Target
    Single-Point Target Imaging
    Brief Introduction to Efficient SAR Imaging Algorithms
    RD Algorithm
    CS Algorithm
    �-k Algorithm
    Summary
    References
    Basic Knowledge of Bistatic SAR Imaging
    Bistatic SAR Configurations
    Radar Equation of Bistatic SAR
    Spatial Resolution of Bistatic SAR
    Range Resolution
    Azimuth Resolution
    Resolution Cell of Bistatic SAR
    Summary
    References
    Echo Simulation of Bistatic SAR
    Introduction
    Traditional Monostatic SAR Raw Data Simulation
    Echo Signal Model and Simulation Theory
    Implementation of the Simulation
    Simulation Results
    Raw Data Simulation for Translational Invariant Bistatic SAR
    Short Bistatic Baseline Case
    Long Bistatic Baseline Case
    Summary
    References
    Imaging Algorithms for Translational Invariant Bistatic SAR
    Introduction
    Imaging Algorithms Based on Monostatic Transform
    DMO Method
    An Explanation of the DMO Method by Synthesizing Narrow Beams
    Imaging Algorithms Based on Range History Simplification
    Baseline Middle-Point Monostatic SAR Approximation
    Hyperbolic Approximation
    Advanced Hyperbolic Approximation
    Imaging Algorithms Based on Analytical Explicit Spectrams
    Imaging Algorithm Based on LBF
    Imaging Algorithm Based on MSR
    Imaging Algorithm Based on IDW
    Imaging Algorithms Based on Accurate Implicit Spectrums
    Implicit BPTRS
    Decomposition of the Phase Spectrum
    The Residual Phase Error and Phase Error Compensation
    Simulation Results
    Comparison of the Algorithms
    Comparison of the Wavenumber Domain Algorithms
    Comparison of the Wavenumber Domain Algorithms and the Range-Doppler Domain Algorithms
    Summary
    References
    Imaging Algorithm for Translational Variant Bistatic SAR
    Introduction
    Imaging Algorithms for One-Stationary Bistatic SAR
    Imaging Geometry and Signal Model
    NLCS Algorithm Based on Azimuth Perturbation for the Strip Mode
    Algorithm Based on the Keystone Transform for the Spotlight Mode
    Algorithm for the One-Stationary Forward-Looking Configuration
    Imaging Algorithms for Translational Variant Bistatic SAR with Constant Velocities
    Imaging Geometry and the Signal Model
    Imaging Processing Based on BPTRS
    Imaging Processing Based on NuSAR
    Simulations
    Summary
    References
    Bistatic SAR Parameter Estimation and Motion Compensation
    Introduction
    Analyzing the Effects of Motion Errors
    Attitude Error Analysis
    Motion Error Analysis
    Estimation of Doppler Parameters
    Definition of the Doppler Centroid
    Doppler Centroid Estimation Method Based on a Time-Frequency Domain Pre-Filter
    Principle and Methods of SAR Motion Compensation
    Principle of Motion Compensation
    Sensor-Based Motion Compensation
    SAR Data-Based Motion Compensation
    Summary
    References
    Index

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