Passive bistatic synthetic aperture radar imaging with galileo transmitters and a moving receiver: Experimental demonstration

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Passive bistatic synthetic aperture radar imaging with galileo transmitters and a moving receiver : Experimental demonstration. / Antoniou, Michail; Hong, Zhou; Zeng, Zhangfan; Zuo, Rui; Zhang, Qilei; Cherniakov, Mikhail.

In: IET Radar, Sonar and Navigation, Vol. 7, No. 9, 27.12.2013, p. 985-993.

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title = "Passive bistatic synthetic aperture radar imaging with galileo transmitters and a moving receiver: Experimental demonstration",
abstract = "This study discusses experimental methods and results on passive bistatic synthetic aperture radar using navigation satellites as transmitters of opportunity and a moving receiver. The article highlights practical issues in imaging. Experimental imagery obtained using Galileo satellite emissions and a receiver onboard a ground moving vehicle confirm the system technical feasibility as well as some of its major theoretically predicted parameters.",
author = "Michail Antoniou and Zhou Hong and Zhangfan Zeng and Rui Zuo and Qilei Zhang and Mikhail Cherniakov",
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