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      Exploration of Advanced Bistatic SAR Experiments (in English)

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          This study concentrates on the results of several advanced hybrid bistatic SAR experiments. The hybrid bistatic configuration applies to the case in which the transmitter and receiver are mounted on different types of platforms, e.g., spaceborne/airborne, airborne/stationary, spaceborne/stationary, and so on. Several hybrid bistatic SAR experiments have been performed successfully, i.e., TerraSAR-X/PAMIR, PAMIR/stationary, and TerraSAR-X/stationary. Furthermore, Multiple Baseline Interferometry SAR (MB-InSAR) and Digital Beam-Forming (DBF) technologies are validated in the TerraSAR-X/stationary configuration. Note that the DBF experiment results based on the spaceborne illuminator are discussed for the first time in SAR community. In addition, this paper emphasizes imaging geometry, image analysis, and focusing results.

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          Journal
          Journal of Radars
          Chinese Academy of Sciences
          01 February 2014
          : 3
          : 1
          : 1-9
          Affiliations
          [1 ] Space Microwave Remote Sensing System Department, Institute of Electronics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
          Article
          aac0592d8d0d4031801abb00f7ba048f
          10.3724/SP.J.1300.2014.14026

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