Time Reversal Synthetic Aperture Radar Imaging In Multipath

@article{Jin2007TimeRS,
  title={Time Reversal Synthetic Aperture Radar Imaging In Multipath},
  author={Yuanwei Jin and J. M. F. Moura and Nick O'Donoughue and M. T. Mulford and A. A. Samuel},
  journal={2007 Conference Record of the Forty-First Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers},
  year={2007},
  pages={1812-1816}
}
Conventional spotlight synthetic aperture radar (SAR) assumes a single reflection of transmitted waveforms from targets [1]. Multiple reflections of targets due to surrounding scatterers appear as ghosting artifacts in conventional SAR images, which obscures true target image and leads to poor resolution. In this paper, we develop image formation techniques using time reversal, time reversal SAR (TR-SAR), to remove ghosting artifacts and achieve high resolution. The TR-SAR algorithm is tested… CONTINUE READING
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