Application of Frequency Diverse Arrays to Synthetic Aperture Radar Imaging

  title={Application of Frequency Diverse Arrays to Synthetic Aperture Radar Imaging},
  author={J-A. Farooq and M Y Temple and M. Saville},
  journal={2007 International Conference on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications},
Cross-range resolution in spotlight synthetic aperture radar (SAR) is primarily a function of the angular extent (DeltaPhi) over which data is collected. One proposed means for improving cross-range resolution for a given DeltaPhi is the use of frequency diverse array (FDA) techniques. The goal is to exploit an apparent increase in DeltaPhi to improve cross-range resolution while retaining benefits of shorter synthetic apertures and integration times. 
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