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Design Technology of Synthetic Aperture Radar

Lu, Jiaguo

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1. Auflage August 2019
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An authoritative work on Synthetic Aperture Radar system engineering, with key focus on high resolution imaging, moving target indication, and system engineering technology

Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) is a powerful microwave remote sensing technique that is used to create high resolution two or three-dimensional representations of objects, such as landscapes, independent of weather conditions and sunlight illumination. SAR technology is a multidisciplinary field that involves microwave technology, antenna technology, signal processing, and image information processing. The use of SAR technology continues grow at a rapid pace in a variety of applications such as high-resolution wide-swath observation, multi-azimuth information acquisition, high-temporal information acquisition, 3-D terrain mapping, and image quality improvement. Design Technology of Synthetic Aperture Radar provides detailed coverage of the fundamental concepts, theories, technology, and design of SAR systems and sub-systems.

Supported by the author's over two decades of research and practice experience in the field, this in-depth volume systematically describes SAR design and presents the latest research developments. Providing examination of all topics relevant to SAR--from radar and antenna system design to receiver technology and signal and image information processing--this comprehensive resource:
* Provides wide-ranging, up-to-date examination of all major topics related to SAR science, systems, and software
* Includes guidelines to conduct grounding system designs and analysis
* Offers coverage of all SAR algorithm classes and detailed SAR algorithms suitable for enabling software implementations
* Surveys SAR and computed imaging literature of the last sixty years
* Emphasizes high resolution imaging, moving target indication, and system engineering

Design Technology of Synthetic Aperture Radar is indispensable for graduate students majoring in SAR system design, microwave antenna, signal and information processing as well as engineers and technicians involved in SAR system techniques.

About The Book I

Preface 1

Chapter 1 Introduction 4

1.1 Overview 4

1.2 SAR Applications 7

1.2.1 Military Applications 7

1.2.2 Civil Applications 9

1.3 Features of SAR 11

1.3.1 Radar Loading Platforms 11

1.3.2 Radar System 11

1.3.3 Information and Intelligence Processing 13

1.4 New Technology of SAR 14

1.4.1 Digital Array Technology 14

1.4.2 MIMO Technology 15

1.4.3 Microwave Photonic Technology 17

1.4.4 Miniaturization Technology 18

References 20

Chapter 2 Radar System Design 21

2.1 Overview 21

2.2 Radar Equation 23

2.2.1 Conventional Radar Equation 23

2.2.2 SAR Equation 25

2.3 Radar System Parameters 27

2.3.1 Antenna and Channel Number 27

2.3.2 Antenna Size 38

2.3.3 Resolution and Swath Width 40

2.3.4 Pulse Repetition Frequency 42

2.3.5 Ambiguity 47

2.3.6 Beam Position Design 50

2.4 Imaging Mode 53

2.4.1 Stripmap Mode 54

2.4.2 Scanning Mode 57

2.4.3 Spotlight Mode 62

2.4.4 Sliding Spotlight Mode 64

2.4.5 Mosaic Mode 68

2.4.6 Tops Mode 71

2.5 Moving Target Indication 74

2.5.1 Ground Moving Target Indication 75

2.5.2 Marine Moving Target Indication 82

2.5.3 Airborne Moving Target Indication 86

References 92

Chapter 3 Antenna System 95

3.1 Overview 95

3.2 Antenna Design and Analysis 96

3.2.1 Basic Parameters 97

3.2.2 Antenna Aperture Size 99

3.2.3 Scanning Feature 103

3.2.4 Internal Calibration 105

3.3 Antenna Array 107

3.3.1 Microstrip Patch Antenna 107

3.3.2 Dipole Antenna 117

3.3.3 Waveguide Slot Antenna 121

3.4 Airborne Antenna Structure 127

3.4.1 Airborne Antenna Environment Condition 128

3.4.2 Airborne Antenna Structure Design 129

3.5 Spaceborne Antenna Structure 131

3.5.1 Spaceborne Antenna Environment Requirements 131

3.5.2 Antenna Structure and Mechanism Design 133

References 138

Chapter 4 Transmitting/ Receive (T/R) Module 139

4.1 Overview 139

4.2 Basic Demand 140

4.2.1 Amplitude and Phase Accuracy 140

4.2.2 Amplitude and Phase Consistency 141

4.2.3 Assembling Adaptability of Antenna Array 142

4.2.4 Reliability 144

4.3 T/R Module Design 146

4.3.1 Electrical Design 146

4.3.2 Structure Design 157

4.3.3 Electromagnetic Compatibility 161

4.3.4 Environment Adaptability 167

4.4 T/R Module Device 172

4.4.1 Amplifier 173

4.4.2 Microwave Control Device 178

4.4.3 Wave and Time Sequential Control Device 185

4.5 T/R Module Manufacture 187

4.5.1 Housing 188

4.5.2 Substrate 189

4.5.3 Micro-Assembly Technique 193

4.5.4 Hermetic Package 196

4.5.5 Test and Debugging 196

References 200

Chapter 5 Receiver Technology 201

5.1 Overview 201

5.1.1 Receiver Classification 202

5.1.2 Basic Parameters 204

5.2 Receiver Technology 206

5.2.1 Analog Demodulation Receiver 207

5.2.2 Digital Demodulation Receiver 209

5.2.3 De-Chirp Receiver 213

5.2.4 Multi-Band Receiver 214

5.2.5 Multi-Channel Receiver 216

5.2.6 Monolithic Receiver 217

5.3 Frequency Source 219

5.3.1 Direct Analog Frequency Synthesizer 222

5.3.2 Phase-Locked Frequency Synthesizer 223

5.3.3 Direct Digital Synthesizer 225

5.3.4 Anti-Vibration Characteristic of Frequency Synthesizer 228

5.4 Wideband Waveform Generation 229

5.4.1 DDS Based Direct Waveform Generation 230

5.4.2 Parallel DDS Intermediate Frequency Waveform Generation 232

5.4.3 Digital Baseband Waveform Generation 233

5.4.4 Multiplex Waveform Generation 236

5.4.5 Sub-Band Concurrent Wideband Waveform Generation 237

References 239

Chapter 6 Signal Processing 240

6.1 Overview 240

6.2 Operating Mode and Signal Property 240

6.2.1 Azimuth Antenna Scanning 240

6.2.2 Range Antenna Scanning 243

6.2.3 Two-Dimensional Antenna Scanning 244

6.3 SAR Imaging 246

6.3.1 SAR Echo 246

6.3.2 Imaging Algorithm 247

6.4 Doppler Parameter Estimation and Motion Compensation 248

6.4.1 Doppler Parameter Estimation 248

6.4.2 Motion Compensation 254

6.5 Typical Examples 259

6.5.1 High Resolution Imaging 259

6.5.2 GMTI 267

6.5.3 MMTI 277

6.5.4 AMTI 281

6.6 SAR Signal Processor 289

6.6.1 System Architecture 290

6.6.2 Processing Architecture 292

6.6.3 Development Architecture 294

6.6.4 Processing Module 295

6.6.5 Typical Signal Processor 297

References 303

Chapter 7 Image Information Processing System 305

7.1 Overview 305

7.2 Target Detection 306

7.2.1 Strong Scattering Target Detection 307

7.2.2 Structure Target Detection 311

7.2.3 Target Parameter Extraction 313

7.2.4 Typical Examples 316

7.3 Image Change Detection 325

7.3.1 Preprocessing 326

7.3.2 Difference Image Acquisition 327

7.3.3 Difference Image Segmentation 328

7.3.4 Artificial Auxiliary Intelligence Analysis 329

7.3.5 Damage Assessment 330

7.3.6 Typical Examples 331

7.4 Target Recognition 340

7.4.1 Template Matching Recognition 341

7.4.2 Statistical Pattern Recognition 346

7.4.3 Typical Examples 350

7.5 Multisource SAR Image Fusion 352

7.5.1 Image Fusion Method 352

7.5.2 Fusion Effect Evaluation 354

7.5.3 Typical Examples 354

7.6 Technology Outlook 369

7.6.1 Research on Algorithm Engineering Application 370

7.6.2 Research on Electromagnetic Simulation and Intelligent Target Recognition of the Target Image 371

7.6.3 Research on SAR Image Information Processing System 372

References 375

List of Acronyms 376
Jiaguo Lu, is Research Fellow, East China Research Institute of Electric Engineering and PhD supervisor, Anhui University, University of Science and Technology of China. His main research field is antenna microwave and synthetic aperture radar system technology. For over 20 years, Professor Lu has been engaged in SAR technology and system research, such as satellite payload technology, airborne SAR/MTI technology, missile borne SAR technology, and optically controlled phased array antenna technology.