Shouzheng Ban

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Using interferometric synthetic aperture radiometer to measure the brightness temperature distribution of the Earth is a relative new technique for the microwave earth observation. Steady progresses of this technology have been achieved in both one-dimensional and two-dimensional cases since 1990's. The typical instruments are ESTAR and MIRAS. The CAS(More)
Interferometric synthetic aperture radiometry is a relative new technique in the area of microwave earth observation to measure the brightness temperature distribution of the earth. It can enhance the spatial resolution of the passive microwave remote sensing effectively. Steady progress of this technology have been achieved in both one dimensional and two(More)
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