Differential SAR Interferometry (DInSAR) is a remote sensing technique which allows monitoring ground deformation with accuracy of the order of the transmitted wavelength by exploiting the phase difference (interferogram) of two temporally separated SAR images relevant to the same area. In addition, when more than two multi-pass acquisitions relevant to the same area are available, they can be properly combined by means of recent multitemporal DInSAR algorithms, in order to detect and follow the temporal evolution of ground deformation via the generation of spatially dense time series. Such a multitemporal DInSAR technique is nowadays developed and operative with space-borne SAR data, whereas specific problems may limit its application to airborne data. In this work, starting from the results already shown in previous works and relevant to an X-Band airborne DInSAR experiment carried out over the Perugia area (center of Italy) by using the OrbiSAR system, we carry out a DInSAR multitemporal analysis of data relevant to a 16 km (in azimuth) by 4 km (in range) region. © 2010 IEEE.

Airborne DInSAR time series at X-band

PERNA, Stefano;FORNARO, GIANFRANCO
2010-01-01

Abstract

Differential SAR Interferometry (DInSAR) is a remote sensing technique which allows monitoring ground deformation with accuracy of the order of the transmitted wavelength by exploiting the phase difference (interferogram) of two temporally separated SAR images relevant to the same area. In addition, when more than two multi-pass acquisitions relevant to the same area are available, they can be properly combined by means of recent multitemporal DInSAR algorithms, in order to detect and follow the temporal evolution of ground deformation via the generation of spatially dense time series. Such a multitemporal DInSAR technique is nowadays developed and operative with space-borne SAR data, whereas specific problems may limit its application to airborne data. In this work, starting from the results already shown in previous works and relevant to an X-Band airborne DInSAR experiment carried out over the Perugia area (center of Italy) by using the OrbiSAR system, we carry out a DInSAR multitemporal analysis of data relevant to a 16 km (in azimuth) by 4 km (in range) region. © 2010 IEEE.
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