Comparison of monostatic and bistatic radar images

@inproceedings{Johnson2001ComparisonOM,
  title={Comparison of monostatic and bistatic radar images},
  author={Joel T. Johnson and Inder J. Gupta and Robert J. Burkholder},
  year={2001}
}
An initial study of bistatic radar images using scattering data computed from a boundary-of-revolution method of moments algorithm is described. Bistatic image results are compared with those for a monostatic system to illuminate the differences which may arise due to distinct scattering behaviors; variations with the bistatic angle (i.e. the angle between incident and scattering directions) and with polarization are also considered. Results show that specular-like mechanisms indeed produce… CONTINUE READING

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