FEATURES OF FORMING THE SUBJECT ON THE RADAR IMAGE
Keywords:Successful solutions of many types military and civilian tasks depends on the availability of reliable information. Such information can be obtained as a result of remote sensing of the Earth from space vehicles and underway aircraft. Among the means of r
Successful solutions of many types military and civilian tasks depends on the availability of reliable information. Such information can be obtained as a result of remote sensing of the Earth from space vehicles and underway aircraft. Among the means of remote sensing a special place occupy land survey radars with synthetic aperture antenna. The land survey radars with synthetic aperture antenna allow to receive radar display of the Earth surface high and ultra high fragmentation at any time of day, regardless of light level surface, at considerable distances surveillance and, in fact, in all weather conditions. In recent years, too considerable attention is paid the use of radar equipment to solve problems given the Earth's surface, the detection little sizes objects, getting of high detailed Earth surface display.
From space or aircraft land survey radars with synthetic aperture antenna obtained data passes through several stages of processing. The most responsible, time-consuming and difficult process is one of decrypting are radar images. This process refers to the intellectual and hard-formalized type of human activity and exactly it is key in determining the efficiency of the whole system remote sensing as a whole.
As long as research on the development of the theory and practice of radar images decryption in the current development of remote sensing surface is an important direction in the development of science-based foundations of maintenance the radar means of remote sensing surface.Purpose of the article is the generalization of data on features of formation and manifestation deсryptographic features of immovable objects based on experience with the radar images.
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