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|Title:||Advances in bistatic inverse synthetic aperture radar|
|Citation:||Proceedings of the International Radar Conference (RADAR'09), "Surveillance for a safer world", held in Bordeaux, France 12-26 October 2009.|
|Conference Name:||IEEE Radar Conference (2009 : Bordeaux, France)|
|Marco Martorella, James Palmer, Fabrizio Berizzi and Bevan Bates|
|Abstract:||Bistatic geometries are enabled in scenarios where multiple separated transmitters and receivers are employed as well as when illuminators of opportunity are exploited. Bistatic Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar (B-ISAR) becomes the radar imaging tool for obtaining non-cooperative target images. Theoretical aspects and real data experiments have been conducted in recent years that have proven the effectiveness of B-ISAR. A review of both theory and results is provided in this paper and new perspectives are indicated.|
|Appears in Collections:||Electrical and Electronic Engineering publications|
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