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Orthogonal Radiation Field Construction for Microwave Staring Correlated Imaging

By Bo Liu and Dongjin Wang
Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 57, 139-149, 2017


Microwave staring correlated imaging (MSCI) achieves high resolution imaging results by employing the temporal-spatial independent radiation field. In MSCI, the imaging performance is determined by the independent degree of the radiation field. In this paper, a novel kind of ideal independent radiation field named the orthogonal radiation field (ORF) is constructed for MSCI. Firstly, a group of two-dimensional (2-D) orthogonal basis functions are used to construct the ideal ORF samples. Then a method is proposed to construct the ORF samples by designing the transmitting signals. The numerical simulations validate the feasibility of this method. Finally, when the ORF is applied in MSCI, the numerical simulations achieve high resolution imaging results and demonstrate good imaging performance that is robust to noise.


Bo Liu and Dongjin Wang, "Orthogonal Radiation Field Construction for Microwave Staring Correlated Imaging," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 57, 139-149, 2017.


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