segmented aperture-synthetic aperture radar

segmented aperture-synthetic aperture radar

[′seg‚ment·əd ¦ap·ə·chər sin′thed·ik ¦ap·ə·chər ′rā‚där]
(engineering)
An enhancement of synthetic aperture radar that overcomes restrictions on the effective length of the receiving antenna by using a receiving antenna array composed of a set of contiguous subarrays and employing signal processing to provide the proper phase corrections for each subarray. Abbreviated SASAR.
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