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The radiometric resolution of a motion-induced synthetic aperture radiometer (MISAR) is analytically obtained from the standard deviation of a baseline response, an observation scenario, and the imaging method of the MISAR. The intrinsic long integration time given by the whole dwell time on moving platforms improves the radiometric resolution compared with the
snapshot resolution of other nominal synthetic aperture radiometers.
In addition, it is illustrated that the MISAR imaging holds the tradeoff relationship between the radiometric and spatial resolutions.
CitationHyuk, P. [et al.]. Radiometric resolution of motion-induced synthetic aperture radiometer. "IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters", Juliol 2011, vol. 8, núm. 4, p. 715-719.
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