Dual Baseline and Frequency Along-Track Interferometry

@article{Carande1992DualBA,
  title={Dual Baseline and Frequency Along-Track Interferometry},
  author={Richard E. Carande},
  journal={[Proceedings] IGARSS '92 International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium},
  year={1992},
  volume={2},
  pages={1585-1588}
}
The JPL AIRSAR L-band along-track interferometer has in the past been successfully used to image currents and waves on the ocean surface. This was accomplished by observing the phase changes of the complex SAR images .produced from two antennas separated along track by a fixed distance or baseline. For observing these ocean signals, the baseline must be of a scale such that the ocean “features” do not completely decorrelate. By modifying the operating procedure of this existing two antenna… CONTINUE READING

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