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Radar Interferometry

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Radar Interferometry
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    • Radar interferometry is a technique which makes use of interfered signal of two radar echoes for topographic elevation and terrain element mapping. ERS Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) tandem pair with minimum possible temporal baseline of 1-day and with precise orbit control to obtain suitable interferometric spatial baseline is appropriate for interferometric study in terrain analysis...

    AUNG LWIN. GEOMORPHOLOGICAL MAPPING WITH RESPECT TO AMPLITUDE, COHERENCEAND PHASE...

    • Radar interferometry is a well-established technology for the generation of digital elevation models (DEM). Several satellites with SAR-sensors on board have been launched during the last 10 years, which provide interferometric datasets for this purpose. One of them is the ENVISAT ASAR, a repeat pass interferometric system with a repeat cycle of 35 days...

    Ursula Marschalket al. Derivation of a MultiSensor Interferometric DEM of the Dead Sea Region

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