26 May 2011 A new approach for fast security scanning with millimetre-waves: SARGATE
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Measuring many people within a short time is still a great challenge to scanners in security related areas, e.g. airports or stations. A new approach for fast and high resolution scanning is presented, based on the so called "circular synthetic aperture radar" (CSAR), applied to a walkway. Due to the circular movement, each of the receiving antennas creates a circular synthetic aperture itself. By reconstructing the complex valued SAR-images for each receiver channel, the ability to perform interferometric SAR-Analysis of a tested person is given. The screened persons do not have to stand still, thus, a measurement in a passenger flow is possible.
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Stefan A. Lang, Stefan A. Lang, Manfred Hägelen, Manfred Hägelen, Joachim Ender, Joachim Ender, Sebastian Hantscher, Sebastian Hantscher, Helmut Essen, Helmut Essen, } "A new approach for fast security scanning with millimetre-waves: SARGATE", Proc. SPIE 8022, Passive Millimeter-Wave Imaging Technology XIV, 802208 (26 May 2011); doi: 10.1117/12.883355; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.883355
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