The influence of input parameters on SAR interferometric processing and its implication on the calibration of SAR interferometric data
Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) interferometry is a field of rapid development. The processing of SAR interferometric data is complex and influenced, in particular, by the input parameters. A sensitivity study of these input parameters and issues relating to the calibration of SAR interferometric data is presented. The pulse repetition frequency has been identified as a critical parameter during the SAR interferometric processing which, in case of inconsistencies in the CEOS standard data format, leads to erroneous results.
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