Presentation 2002/5/9
A Study of Subsurface Measurement by Interferometric Borehole Radar
Kazunori TAKAHASHI, Motoyuki SATO,
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Abstract(in English) Generally, borehole radar systems are equipped with dipole antennas for a transmitting and receiving antennas. We developed a new borehole radar system, which is equipped with two receiving antennas and has a function of the radar interferometry. The radar interferometry has been successfully applied to synthetic aperture radar (SAR) and is a technique to obtain the topographic information of the ground surface using a phase difference between two received signals. In this paper, we describe the performance of this system and discuss the effects of the antenna mutual coupling and the results of the field experiments.
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Keyword(in English) radar interferometry / borehole radar / mutual coupling / interferometric coherence
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Title (in English) A Study of Subsurface Measurement by Interferometric Borehole Radar
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Keyword(1) radar interferometry
Keyword(2) borehole radar
Keyword(3) mutual coupling
Keyword(4) interferometric coherence
1st Author's Name Kazunori TAKAHASHI
1st Author's Affiliation Faculty of Engineering, Graduate School of Tohoku University()
2nd Author's Name Motoyuki SATO
2nd Author's Affiliation Center for Northeast Asian Studies, Tohoku University
Date 2002/5/9
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Volume (vol) vol.102
Number (no) 50
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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