Radiometric Terrain Correction Incorporating Local Antenna Gain

@inproceedings{Small2004RadiometricTC,
  title={Radiometric Terrain Correction Incorporating Local Antenna Gain},
  author={David Small and Michael Jehle and Erich Meier and Daniel N{\"u}esch},
  year={2004}
}
Radiometric terrain correction consists of normalising a SAR image for well-understood backscatter contributions in order to amplify less easily apparent influences (e.g. thematic land cover variance). A rigorous modelling of the SAR image formation process includes consideration of how foreshortening and layover create ambi guity when connecting map geometry grid points to and from counterparts in radar geometry (slant or ground range vs. azimuth). A radar amplitude image simulation is formed… CONTINUE READING

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