Signatures of Moving Target in Polar For- Mat Spotlight Sar Image

  title={Signatures of Moving Target in Polar For- Mat Spotlight Sar Image},
  author={Da Yuan Zhu and Zheng Dong Zhu},
The synthetic aperture radar (SAR) signatures of moving target are the basis of ground moving target detection and imaging (GMTI&Im). However, previous studies are mainly based on the 2-D separable SAR processing, and little work has been done to investigate the signatures of moving target after the application of a particular fine resolution SAR image formation algorithm. In this paper, the spectrum of moving target after polar format algorithm (PFA) processing is derived. Based on this… CONTINUE READING
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