Microwave Imaging of Airborne Targets

Monday, October 17, 2005 - 10:10am - 11:00am
EE/CS 3-180
Brett Borden (Naval Postgraduate School)
An important problem (perhaps the most important problem to the
Department of Defense) in modern remote sensing is that of correctly
identifying potential targets at great distances and in all kind of
weather. Because of their ability to see through clouds and in the
absence of ambient radiation, active radar systems are usually
required for this task. The practical differences between ground and
airborne targets allow the airborne case to focus more on actual
imaging (as opposed to clutter rejection) and we will review the
current methods within this simpler context. Open problems will be
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