GMTI for Squint Looking XTI-SAR with Rotatable Forward-Looking Array
AbstractTo realize ground moving target indication (GMTI) for a forward-looking array, we propose a novel synthetic aperture radar (SAR) system, called rotatable cross-track interferometry SAR (Ro-XTI-SAR), for squint-looking application in this paper. By changing the angle of the cross-track baseline, the interferometry phase component of squint-looking Ro-XTI-SAR caused by the terrain height can be approximately adjusted to zero, and then the interferometry phase of Ro-XTI-SAR is only sensitive to targets’ motion and can be equivalent to the along track interferometry SAR (ATI-SAR). Furthermore, the conventional displaced phase center array (DPCA) method and constant false alarm (CFAR) processing can be used to accomplish the successive clutter suppression, moving targets detection and relocation. Furthermore, the clutter suppressing performance is discussed with respect to different system parameters. Finally, some results of numerical experiments are provided to demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed system. View Full-Text
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Jing, K.; Xu, J.; Huang, Z.; Yao, D.; Long, T. GMTI for Squint Looking XTI-SAR with Rotatable Forward-Looking Array. Sensors 2016, 16, 873.
Jing K, Xu J, Huang Z, Yao D, Long T. GMTI for Squint Looking XTI-SAR with Rotatable Forward-Looking Array. Sensors. 2016; 16(6):873.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jing, Kai; Xu, Jia; Huang, Zuzhen; Yao, Di; Long, Teng. 2016. "GMTI for Squint Looking XTI-SAR with Rotatable Forward-Looking Array." Sensors 16, no. 6: 873.
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