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https://doi.org/10.5194/ars-19-221-2022
https://doi.org/10.5194/ars-19-221-2022
21 Feb 2022
 | 21 Feb 2022

Far- and Near Range Measurements with a Synthetic Aperture Radar for Educational Purposes and Comparison of Two Different Signal Processing Algorithms

Jonas Berg, Simon Müller, and Andreas R. Diewald

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This paper presents the implementation of two easy-to-implement methods for radar imaging with a radar system on a linear drive for educational purposes. This method is a so-called synthetic aperture radar (SAR) approach which is commonly used in the space and aeronautical earth observation. In this paper the two methods are compared with each other and drawbacks and advantages are discussed.