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IGARSS2008, Boston, MA, USA. An Experiment of GB-SAR Interferometric Measurement of Target Displacement and Atmospheric Correction. Hoonyol Lee, Jae-Hee Lee Kangwon National University, Korea Seong-Jun Cho, Nak-Hoon Sung, Jung-Ho Kim Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources.

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IGARSS2008, Boston, MA, USA

An Experiment of GB-SAR Interferometric Measurement of Target Displacement and Atmospheric Correction

Hoonyol Lee, Jae-Hee Lee

Kangwon National University, Korea

Seong-Jun Cho, Nak-Hoon Sung, Jung-Ho Kim

Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources

  • GB-SAR System
  • Displacement Measurement
  • Atmospheric Correction
  • Conclusion
  • GB-SAR: Ground-Based Synthetic Aperture Radar
    • “Synthetic Aperture Radar”
      • Imaging Radar
      • Azimuth aperture synthesis
    • “Ground-Based”
      • Fairly versatile system configuration
        • Multiple frequency (L, C, X, Ku, Ka, etc)
        • Full Polarization (VV, VH, HV, HH)
      • Ultimate SAR focusing
        • Zero Doppler centroid (stationary vehicle and target during Tx/Rx)
        • Accurate estimation of Doppler rate from geometry
      • Topography Mapping: Cross-Track InSAR
      • Surface Motion: Zero-baseline and short atmospheric path for high temporal coherency, DInSAR
      • Useful for new SAR concept design
  • GB-SAR Activities
    • EU and Japan for avalanche, landslide, glacier, building monitoring
gb sar system
GB-SAR System

< Example >

Center frequency : 5.3 GHz

Range bandwidth: 600 MHz

Range resolution: 25 cm

Number of points : 1601

Maximum Range: 200 m

Azimuth length : 5 m

Azimuth Step : 5 cm

Azimuth Resolution: 0.32 degree

Azimuth width: 32 degree

Power : 33 dBm

Polarization: Full

df vs rd indoor
DF vs RD (Indoor)

(a) DF algorithm

(b) RD algorithm

df vs rd outdoor
DF vs RD (outdoor)

(a) DF algorithm (2MB Memory)

(b) DF algorithm (geocoded)

(b) RD algorithm (128MB Memory)

gb sar resolutions
GB-SAR Resolutions

(b) Partial Focusing (Region I)

(a) Full Focusing (Region IV)







cross track and delta f insar t4 t2 vertical baseline of 30 cm carrier frequency shift of 10mhz
Cross-Track and Delta-f InSAR (T4-T2)Vertical baseline of 30 cm, Carrier frequency shift of -10MHz




system phase errors
System Phase Errors

Ideal Case

A6-A5, HH

Azimuth scan shift of 2cm. A9-A1, HH

Range System Shift of 2mm

temporal coherence
Temporal Coherence

Temporal Coherence of 9 acquisitions for 2 hours.

Color scheme: black (0) to white (0.9), blue (0.9) to red (1)

image area
Image Area

Image Area (KIGAM, Daejeon, Korea)


Precise Motion of the Trihedral Corner Reflector

(160m away from the system)

↑ Radar


Displacements toward GB-SAR:

1, 6, 10, 30, and 40 mm

A trihedral corner reflector on top of an acrylic plate with rulers on both sides

gb sar interferometry in a non dispersive medium
GB-SAR Interferometry in a Non-Dispersive Medium
  • GB-SAR phase in a medium:

n = refractive index

λ = wavelength

R = range

  • Displacement sensitivity of phase:

ex) -12.72 degree/mm for C-band when n = 1 (vacuum)

refractive index
Refractive Index
  • n is a spatio-temporal function of temperature, pressure and humidity (Pipia et al., 2008).

n = n (T, P, h)

  • Among them humidity has the strongest influence on n (Noferini et al., 2005).

n = n (h)

atmospheric correction algorithm
Atmospheric Correction Algorithm
  • Strong linear trend between phase/range and humidity
  • Atmospheric correction algorithm:
comparison with pipia et al 2008
Comparison with Pipia et al., 2008
  • Pipia et al., 2008
    • X-band (9.65GHz) GB-SAR system
    • HH polarization
    • Temp: 21°C
    • Humidity: 44 ~ 59%
  • Our algorithm in HH polarization at 52% humidity (average of Pipia et al.) is:
wavelength dependency of phase delay
Wavelength Dependency of Phase Delay
  • n is constant over the wide range of electromagnetic spectrum (non-dispersive).
  • Phase delay is inversely proportional to wavelength.
  • Gradient ratio between X and C-band: 1.78
  • Wavelength ratio between C and X-band: 1.82
so what s the point
So, what’s the point?

Satellite SAR

  • Merely 11% of the humidity change (47%-58%) between two C-band SAR observations may cause:
    • a DInSAR-error of 3 mm at 200 m range,
    • a satellite DInSAR-error of 3 cm (one fringe)assuming 2 km range propagation through the tropospheric thick moist zone
    • 1.5mm DInSAR-error between near-range and far-range (100 m path difference for 2 km lower troposphere) for Envisat IS2
  • Care should be taken of when we try to seek a geophysical meaning of one or two fringes.

2 km thick moist layer

  • We made a SAR system capable of highly accurate consecutive measurements.
  • GB-SAR displacement measurement have shown 2-3 mm error with moisture change of 11% (47-58%) at 160 m range.
  • Phase/Range vs humidity showed highly linear trend, resulting in a simple atmospheric correction algorithm in terms of humidity.
  • Comparison with an X-band experiment (Pipia et al., 2008) confirmed the non-dispersive nature of microwave.
  • Merely 11% moisture change both in time and space, for example, is enough to generate one or two fringes for satellite-based InSAR applications.