de recherche Terrain-flattened gamma nought Radarsat-2 backscatter

@inproceedings{Small2012deRT,
  title={de recherche Terrain-flattened gamma nought Radarsat-2 backscatter},
  author={David T. Small and Lukas Zuberb{\"u}hler and Adrian Schubert and Erich Meier},
  year={2012}
}
Radarsat-2 offers a variety of new modes and capabilities. We present results from rigorous application of geometric and radiometric calibration to backscatter values, enabling comparisons between different modes. First, the system’s a priori geometric accuracy was tested (tiepoint free) by comparing the measured positions of corner reflectors in ultrafine images with predicted locations calculated based on the satellite state vectors and radar timing annotations. Second, the geometric accuracy… CONTINUE READING

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