Demonstrated resolution enhancement capability of a stripmap holographic aperture ladar system.

  title={Demonstrated resolution enhancement capability of a stripmap holographic aperture ladar system.},
  author={Samuel M Venable and Bradley D. Duncan and Matthew P Dierking and David J Rabb},
  journal={Applied optics},
  volume={51 22},
Holographic aperture ladar (HAL) is a variant of synthetic aperture ladar (SAL). The two processes are related in that they both seek to increase cross-range (i.e., the direction of the receiver translation) image resolution through the synthesis of a large effective aperture. This is in turn achieved via the translation of a receiver aperture and the subsequent coherent phasing and correlation of multiple received signals. However, while SAL imaging incorporates a translating point detector… CONTINUE READING

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