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Copyright: 2022
Pages: 390
ISBN: 9781630818647

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This comprehensive introduction to synthetic aperture radar (SAR) is a practical guide to the analysis, simulation, and design of SAR systems. The video eBook uses constructive examples and real-world collected datasets to demonstrate image registration and autofocus methods. Both two- and three-dimensional image formation algorithms are presented. Hardware, software, and environmental parameters are used to estimate performance limits for SAR operation and utilization. A set of Python and MATLAB software tools is included and provides you with an effective mechanism to analyze and predict SAR performance for various imaging scenarios and applications. Examples which use the software tools are provided at the end of each chapter to reinforce critical SAR imaging topics such as clutter-to-noise ratio, mapping rate, spatial resolution, Doppler bandwidth, pulse repetition frequency, and coherency. This is an excellent resource for engineering professionals working in areas of radar signal processing and imaging as well as students interested in studying SAR.
Table Of Contents
Imagining Modes, Image Formation, Three-Dimensional Imaging, Autofocus Techniques, Image Registration, Performance Considerations


  • Lee Andrew (Andy) Harrison

    is a principal systems engineer for a radar systems and applications lab. He has been an instructor at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab, Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Division, the University of Alabama Huntsville, and the University of Mississippi. He is a senior member of the IEEE and received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Mississippi.