MOP.W: SAR Missions and Instruments II

Session Type: Poster
Time: Monday, July 25, 17:00 - 18:30
Location: Poster Area W
Session Chairs: Scott Hensley, Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Pau Prats, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
 
MOP.W.1: CONCEPT ON AIRSHIP-BORNED LINEAR ARRAY 3-D IMAGING SAR
         Jun Shi; University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
         Xiaoling Zhang; University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
         Jianyu Yang; University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
         Gao Xiang; University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
 
MOP.W.2: MULTICHANNEL SAR ECCM BASED ON FAST-TIME STAP AND PULSE DIVERSITY
         Yu Chunrui; National University of Defense Technology
         Ma Xile; National University of Defense Technology
         Zhang Yongsheng; National University of Defense Technology
         Dong Zhen; National University of Defense Technology
         Liang Diannong; National University of Defense Technology
 
MOP.W.3: AN ESPRIT BASED APPROACH FOR SUPER-RESOLUTION DIRECTION FINDING WITH PARTLY CALIBRATED OR NONCOHERENT SPARSE ARRAY
         Wensheng Chen; Beihang University
         Xiaojian Xu; Beihang University
 
MOP.W.4: DEVELOPMENT OF CIRCULARLY POLARIZED SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR ONBOARD MICROSATELLITE FOR EARTH DIAGNOSIS
         Josaphat Tetuko Sri Sumantyo; Chiba University
 
MOP.W.5: CALIBRATION EXPERIMENTS OF ADVANCED X-BAND AIRBORNE SAR SYSTEM, PI-SAR2
         Makoto Satake; National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
         Takeshi Matsuoka; National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
         Toshihiko Umehara; National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
         Tatsuharu Kobayashi; National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
         Akitsugu Nadai; National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
         Jyunpei Uemoto; National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
         Shoichiro Kojima; National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
         Seiho Uratsuka; National Institute of Information and Communications Technology