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Title: The "Myth" of the Minimum SAR Antenna Area Constraint
Authors: Freeman, A.
Johnson, W. T. K.
Hunecutt, B.
Jordan, R.
Hensley, S.
Siqueira, P.
Curlander, J.
Issue Date: Nov-1998
Citation: IEEE Transactions on Geoscience & Remote Sensing
USA
Abstract: A design constraint traceable to the early days of spaceborne Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) is known as the minimum antenna area constraint for SAR. It specifies, as the name suggests, a minimum area for SAR antennas, to optimize performance.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/20774
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