1 October 1975 High Resolution Microwave Holography and the Imaging of Remote Moving Objects
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Abstract
The principles and methods of scanned transmitter-receiver and scanned object microwave holography and their use in high resolution microwave imaging are discussed. Results of laboratory experiments demonstrating the capabilities of this scanned mode of microwave imaging are presented together with a discussion of potential applications in radar-like imag-ing of remote moving objects and in the visualization of internal structures.
N. H. Farhat, N. H. Farhat, } "High Resolution Microwave Holography and the Imaging of Remote Moving Objects," Optical Engineering 14(5), 145499 (1 October 1975). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971817 . Submission:
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