Two-dimensional phase correction of synthetic-aperture-radar imagery.

@article{Ghiglia1989TwodimensionalPC,
  title={Two-dimensional phase correction of synthetic-aperture-radar imagery.},
  author={Denni Ghiglia and Gary Mastin},
  journal={Optics letters},
  year={1989},
  volume={14 20},
  pages={1104-6}
}
A two-dimensional synthetic-aperture-radar (SAR) phase-correction algorithm is described as a natural extension of a one-dimensional technique developed previously. It embodies some similarities of phase-gradient speckle imaging and incorporates improvements in phase estimation. Diffraction-limited performance has been obtained on actual SAR imagery regardless of scene content or phase-error structure. The algorithm is computationally efficient, robust, and easily implemented on a general… CONTINUE READING

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