Radar Imaging in your Garage: Synthetic Aperture Radar

2014年3月18日 | By News | Filed in: News.

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Learn why you were pulled over, quantify the stealthiness of your favorite model aircraft, or see what various household items look like at 10 GHz. In this post we will describe the basics of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) imaging, beginning with a historical perspective, showing the state of the art, and describing what can be done in your garage laboratory. Lets image with microwaves!

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The H2S radom (antenna covering, above) and antenna (below).

The History of SAR

Ground mapping (or imaging the ground terrain) using microwave radar was done routinely in the Second World War by the Royal Air Force … Read the rest


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