WE1.R12.7

DEVELOPMENT AND RESULTS FOR A NEW SOFTWARE DEFINED RADAR: THE SLIMSDR

Evan Zaugg, Alexander Margulis, Maximillian Margulis, Joshua Bradley, Alexander Kozak, Jeffrey Budge, ARTEMIS, Inc., United States

Session:
SAR Instruments and Calibration

Track:
Mission, Sensors and Calibration

Presentation Time:
Wed, 30 Sep, 13:00-13:10 (UTC)
Wed, 30 Sep, 21:00-21:10 China Standard Time (UTC +8)
Wed, 30 Sep, 15:00-15:10 Central Europe Summer Time (UTC +2)
Wed, 30 Sep, 06:00-06:10 Pacific Daylight Time (UTC -7)

Session Co-Chairs:
Marwan Younis, German Aerospace Center (DLR) and Dennis Schobert, European Space Agency (ESA / ESTEC)
Session Managers:
Joy Etari Ebijuoworih and Juan Carlos Hernandez Sanchez

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WE1.R12.1: A KA-BAND ALONG TRACK INTERFEROMETRY AND GROUND MOVING TARGET IDENTIFICATION ARCHITECTURE BASED ON REFLECTARRAY ANTENNAS
Dennis Schobert, Michael Ludwig, European Space Agency (ESA-ESTEC), Netherlands; David Marote, Airbus Defence and Space SAU, Spain; Min Zhou, TICRA, Denmark; Michael Notter, Airbus Defence and Space Ltd, United Kingdom
WE1.R12.2: PERFORMANCE OF SWESARR’S MULTI-FREQUENCY DUAL-POLARIMETRY SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR DURING NASA’S SNOWEX AIRBORNE CAMPAIGN
Rafael Rincon, Batuhan Osmanoglu, Paul Racette, Martin Perrine, Ludovic Brucker, Steve Seufert, Chase Kielbasa, Adam Warren, NASA, United States
WE1.R12.3: INITIAL NOVASAR-1 DATA PROCESSING AND IMAGERY EVALUATION
Zheng-Shu Zhou, Amy Parker, Laura Brindle, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Australia; Ake Rosenqvist, solo Earth Observation (soloEO), Japan; Peter Caccetta, Alex Held, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Australia
WE1.R12.4: RECALIBRATING SENTINEL-1 ADDITIVE NOISE-GAIN WITH LINEAR PROGRAMMING
Peter Lee, Linlin Xu, David Clausi, University of Waterloo, Canada
WE1.R12.5: RESIDUAL MOTION ESTIMATION FOR MULTI-SQUINT AIRBORNE SAR
Brian Hawkins, Thierry Michel, Scott Hensley, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, United States
WE1.R12.6: MULTI-PLATFORM, MULTI-FREQUENCY SAR CAMPAIGN WITH THE F-SAR AND MIRANDA35 SENSORS
Daniel Henke, Elias Mendez Dominguez, Julian Fagir, Liv Fritsche, University of Zurich, Switzerland; Ralf Horn, Rolf Scheiber, Andreas Reigber, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany; Stefan Sieger, Daniel Janssen, Frank Klöppel, Michael Caris, Stephan Stanko, Fraunhofer Institute, Germany; Matthias Renker, Peter Wellig, armasuisse, Switzerland
WE1.R12.7: DEVELOPMENT AND RESULTS FOR A NEW SOFTWARE DEFINED RADAR: THE SLIMSDR
Evan Zaugg, Alexander Margulis, Maximillian Margulis, Joshua Bradley, Alexander Kozak, Jeffrey Budge, ARTEMIS, Inc., United States
WE1.R12.8: AIRBORNE UWB RADAR ON A LIGHT SPORT AIRCRAFT FOR POLAR SURVEYS
Charles O'Neill, Prasad Gogineni, Jie-Bang Yan, Drew Taylor, Yang-Ki Hong, University of Alabama, United States
WE1.R12.9: PASSIVE RADAR INVESTIGATIONS OF EUROPA'S IONOSPHERE: A LOW-RESOURCE APPROACH FOR VHF DISPERSION CORRECTIONS AND IONOSPHERIC TOMOGRAPHY
Sean Peters, Dustin Schroeder, Stanford University, United States; Andrew Romero-Wolf, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, United States