WCSE 2016
ISBN: 978-981-11-0008-6 DOI: 10.18178/wcse.2016.06.068

Microwave Staring Correlated Imaging Method Based on Bistatic Radar

Yuanyue Guo, Lin Chen, Dongjin Wang

Abstract— Microwave staring correlated imaging based on the temporal-spatial stochastic radiation field is a radar system that can not only derive the target image without motion limitation but also obtain higher imaging resolution beyond the aperture limitation. The basic principle of such a radar imaging system is to employ the temporal-spatial stochastic radiation field, which is produced by a multi-transmitter configuration, to make scatters located at different positions reflect independent echo from each other, and then to derive the target image based on the prior knowledge of this radiation field. Furthermore, the more stochastic the radiation field is, the better imaging quality could be derived. This paper illustrates an approach to improve the spatial stochastic degree of radiation field using bistatic radar. By constructing the mathematic model, the principle of this proposal are analyzed in detail in this paper. Finally a stimulation is carried out to verify that this proposal is obviously useful to improve the stochastic characteristics of radiation field and the imaging performance.

Index Terms— microwave staring correlated imaging, stochastic radiation field, bistatic ra

Yuanyue Guo, Dongjin Wang
Key Laboratory of Electromagnetic Space Information, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Lin Chen
University of Science and Technology of China, CHINA


Cite: Yuanyue Guo, Lin Chen, Dongjin Wang, "Microwave Staring Correlated Imaging Method Based on Bistatic Radar," Proceedings of 2016 6th International Workshop on Computer Science and Engineering, pp. 415-419, Tokyo, 17-19 June, 2016.