Armin W. Doerry and Fred M. Dickey
Optics and synthetic aperture radar (SAR) share a history that dates from the earliest efforts in the field of coherent radar imaging. Technological advances have allowed a leap in the utility of SAR as a remote sensing instrument, so that today its effectiveness can rival that of electro-optical/infrared systems.
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Publish Date: 01 November 2004
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