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, 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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