1-5 July 2019
Europe/Madrid timezone
3rd Institute of Space Sciences Summer School - 1st IEEE GRSS Instrumentation and Future Technologies Remote Sensing Summer School (IFT-R3S)


SAR interferometry

3 Jul 2019, 11:00


SAR interferometry

  • Scott Hensley (NASA/JPL)


Radar interferometry is one of the most powerful techniques in radar remote sensing which use the phase measurements, which are converted into highly precise differential range measurements, to quantitatively measure a wide variety of physical phenomena. This lecture will introduce the measurement concept, explain how interferometry can be use to measure topography, surface deformation and vegetation height or ice thickness. Basic sensitivities and limitations of the technique will also be presented.

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