Migration through resolution cell compensation in ISAR imaging

  title={Migration through resolution cell compensation in ISAR imaging},
  author={Meng-dao Xing and Renbiao Wu and Jinqiao Lan and Zheng Bao},
  journal={IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters},
Range-Doppler (RD) processing is widely used in conventional inverse synthetic aperture radar (ISAR) imaging. The unwanted translational motion of moving targets is compensated by envelope alignment and autofocus. For existing ISAR imaging algorithms, the scatterers' migration through resolution cells (MTRC) caused by the rotational motion is usually ignored. With the improvement of resolution or the increase of target size, MTRC cannot be neglected. In this letter, the keystone formatting… CONTINUE READING
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