A recently developed technique, polarimetric radar interferometry, is applied to tackle the problem of the detection of buried objects embedded in surface clutter. An experiment with a fully polarimetric radar in an anechoic chamber has been carried out using different frequency bands and baselines. The processed results show the ability of this technique to detect buried plastic mines and to measure their depth. This technique enables the detection of plastic mines even if their backscatter response is much lower than that of the surface clutter.
CitationSagués, L.; López, J. M.; Fortuny, J.; Fàbregas, X.; Broquetas, A.; Sieber, A. Polarimetric radar interferometry for improved mine detection and surface clutter rejection. IEEE Transactions on geoscience and remote sensing, vol. 39, núm. 6, p. 1271-1278.
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