1 June 1974 Digital Processing Of Synthetic Aperture Optical Imagery
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A synthetic-aperture approach offers one method for obtaining high resolution optical imagery with low-mass, satellite-based optical telescopes. Images recorded sequentially with different aperture configurations are sampled and digitized, and appropriate spatial-frequency-domain processing is performed on a computer to obtain the desired high-resolution imagery. Special steps can be introduced in these post-detection processing operations that allow a substantial reduction in the optical tolerances that must be maintained by the aperture elements in the imaging process.
William T. Rhodes, "Digital Processing Of Synthetic Aperture Optical Imagery," Optical Engineering 13(3), 133267 (1 June 1974). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971704 . Submission:
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