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SAR interferometry with distributed satellites is a technique based on the exploitation of the interference pattern of two SAR images acquired synchronously. The interferogram contains geometric, atmospheric, topographic and land defomation. This paper focuses on atmospheric effects on SAR interferometry, which shows theoretically that the relationship among ionosphere TEC and troposphere parameters such as temperature, relative humitdity and pressure with respect to slant rang changes. Andoi:10.4236/jcc.2016.415014 fatcat:kevtyl5kpjc5blk4gljotk75rm