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  1. Mitigating Effects of Missing Data for SAR Coherent Images

    Missing samples within synthetic aperture radar data result in image distortions. For coherent data products, such as coherent change detection and interferometric processing, the image distortion can be devastating to these second order products, resulting in missed detections and inaccurate height maps. Earlier approaches to repair the coherent data products focus upon reconstructing the missing data samples. This study demonstrates that reconstruction is not necessary to restore the quality of the coherent data products.
  2. Replacing missing data between airborne SAR coherent image pairs

    For synthetic aperture radar systems, missing data samples can cause severe image distortion. When multiple, coherent data collections exist and the missing data samples do not overlap between collections, there exists the possibility of replacing data samples between collections. For airborne radar, the known and unknown motion of the aircraft prevents direct data sample replacement to repair image features. Finally, this paper presents a method to calculate the necessary phase corrections to enable data sample replacement using only the collected radar data.
  3. A Method to Evaluate Residual Phase Error for Polar Formatted Synthetic Aperture Radar Systems.

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