UAVSAR : Airborne L-band Radar for Repeat Pass Interferometry
- Moes, Timothy R.
- December 2009.
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- The primary objectives of the UAVSAR Project were to: a) develop a miniaturized polarimetric L-band synthetic aperture radar (SAR) for use on an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) or piloted vehicle. b) develop the associated processing algorithms for repeat-pass differential interferometric measurements using a single antenna. c) conduct measurements of geophysical interest, particularly changes of rapidly deforming surfaces such as volcanoes or earthquakes. Two complete systems were developed. Operational Science Missions began on February 18, 2009 ... concurrent development and testing of the radar system continues.
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- Document ID: 20090042311.
Introduction to Radar Remote Sensing: Theory, Techniques, and Applications Workshop; 1 Dec. 2009; San Jose; Costa Rica.
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