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A Wideband Phased Array Antenna for SAR Application

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3 Author(s)
WeiB, Matthias ; Forschungsgesellschaft fÿr Angewandte Naturwissenschaften (FGAN) e.V., Neuenahrer Str. 20, D-53343 Wachtberg, Germany. Tel: [+49] 228 / 9435-267, Fax: [+49] 228 / 9435-618, E-mail: ; Saalmann, O. ; Ender, Joachim H.G.

A high resolution synthetic aperture radar (SAR) experimental system called phased array multi-functional imaging radar (PAMIR) is currently under development at FGAN-FHR. This system uses a very high bandwidth and performs a coherent integration along a large synthetic aperture to achieve a very high resolution in the order of one decimeter. PAMIR covers a large angular sector and operates in sophisticated modes using multi-channel signal processing. This variety of tasks can be fulfilled only by use of a wideband phased array antenna. The need for a large bandwidth rises a lot of specific problems which have to be solved in conjunction with it. Now the phased array antenna and the system has come to a first stage allowing gathering radar data using a 24 column element array.

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Microwave Conference, 2003 33rd European

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Oct. 2003