Jean-Baptiste Poisson

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Ground moving target focusing and tracking using airborne data is a subject of increasing interest. Single antenna processing allows focusing[1] and azimuthal velocity estimation [2][3] under the assumption that the signal-to-clutter ratio (SCR) is high enough (for instance, 14dB in [3]), which is mostly not the case in an urban context. Moreover, these(More)
Synthetic aperture radar has become an important technique for generating high-resolution images of the ground, because of its all-weather capabilities. SAR imaging of stationary scenes is nowadays well mastered. Moving targets induce a delocalization and a defocusing effect in the azimuth direction in a SAR image. This latter effect can be used to detect(More)
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