Bistatic/Multitatic Synthetic Aperture Radar

Chairs: Prof. Junjie Wu (University of Electronic Science and Technology of China)


Bi-/Multi-static synthetic aperture radar (SAR) has received considerable attention and research around the world recently. As it operates with separated transmitting and receiving platforms, it possesses many unique advantages over conventional monostatic SAR, such as diverse bistatic angle-dependent scattering information, lightweight payload for receiving platform, and enhanced antijamming performance. With flexible configuration, it is also capable of forward-looking, backward-looking, and side-looking imaging. In this session, some latest researches on Bi-/Multi-static SAR will be presented.


Important dates

Paper Submission Deadline:
30 September, 2023
Paper Acceptance Notification:
20 October, 2023
Camera-ready Paper Submission:
5 November, 2023
Registration open date:
20 October, 2023
Conference Date:
3-5 December, 2023

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IRC 2023


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