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Such deteriorations may be avoided in single-pass sensor configurations and we demonstrate the potential benefits from the use of future bi-and multistatic SAR interferometers. ... We first highlight these differences and then investigate the Pol-InSAR performance of two proposed spaceborne SAR systems (ALOS/PalSAR and TerraSAR-L) operating in repeat-pass mode. ... A first proposal for a semiactive interferometric SAR mission was the interferometric cartwheel  and some extensions of this concept have been presented in [23, 36] . ...doi:10.1155/asp.2005.3272 fatcat:hafi637m3zbjzbrpvcobf5fv3a
| This paper presents an overview of single-pass interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) missions employing two or more satellites flying in a close formation. ... An outlook on future interferometric and tomographic concepts and developments, including multistatic SAR systems with multiple receivers, is provided. ... Eineder for collecting the science requirements for the Tandem-L deformation mode and providing the right illustration in Fig. 16 , F. ...doi:10.1109/jproc.2009.2038948 fatcat:hgvhvfr4tvhsvhpwhdwgbu7m6e
INDEX TERMS Multistatic radar, MIMO radar, passive radar, radar network. ... evolve from concepts in the research paper to implementable systems in the real-world. ... Some major challenges in implementing multistatic SAR, e.g. phase/time synchronization, are also addressed in  . B. ...doi:10.1109/access.2020.3007774 fatcat:nva7abde7jbx7ajf7oihsj5334
Advances in Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences: 2008 ISPRS Congress Book
Analysis of multistatic configurations for spaceborne SAR interferometry. IEE Proceedings-Radar, Sonar and Navigation 150, 3: 87-96. ... The interferometric cartwheel: a constellation of passive satellites to produce radar images to be coherently combined. International Journal of Remote Sensing 22, 12: 2413-2430. ...doi:10.1201/9780203888445-44 fatcat:s5ioqzhoj5ceffqxz3e4mshrku