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Product Name:BradarSAR
Year of introduction :2015
Year of last update:2015
Onboard Unit Features 
Unit Width (cm):42
Unit Height [cm]:90
Unit Depth [cm]:100
Weight [kg]:96
Power requirements:28 VDC / 400 Watts
Positioning System 
Inbuild positioning system:Y
Brand of positioning system:Bradar
Sensor Characteristics 
Sensor arrangement/method:bilateral - X/P interferometric
Number of bands:2
Frequency in P band (> 300 MHz):400
Frequency in C band (4-8 GHz):
Frequency in X band (8-12ghz):9.55
frequency in K-u band (12-18 GHz):
frequency K-a band (27-40 GHz):
Azimuth resolution:X-Band: 0.11 m |P- Band: 0.5 m
Range resolution:X-Band: 0.5 m |P- Band: 2 m
Time of flight:Y
Signal strength :Y
Phase :Y
Operation Characteristics 
Platforms (e.g. Helicopter, fixed wing):Fixed wings
Min. flying height [m]:500
Max. flying height [m]:1000
Min. stroke width [km x km]:Swath 3 km x track length 100 km
Max. stroke width [km x km]:Swath 1 km x track length 5 km
Data storage 
Type of storage:Solid State Disks
Disc capacity [GB]:1024
Number of discs:2
Exported file formats:Raw Data
Type of mission planning software:Bradar
Type of postprocessing software:Bradar
Application and use 
Training facilities:Y
Main applications:X- and P-band surveys for mapping (ORI-X, ORI-P, DTM and DSM), imaging, and monitoring (change detection). Examples: - Cartographic mapping up to scale 1:5000 - Deforestation monitoring - Water reservoir monitoring - Detection and monitoring of flooded areas. - Forest biomass/carbon stock/volume estimation - Oil/gas pipeline monitoring - Differential interferometry for detecting and quantifying slow ground movements and geo-hazards such as erosion.
Distinguishable features:Radars survey the landscape even at night and with cloud cover. P-band penetrates foliage and can survey the terrain below forest canopies, while X-band surveys the landscape surface. First compact radar remote sensing system suitable to be installed in aircrafts with hatches already certified for aerophotogrammetry and/or Lidar. Capable of acquiring bilateral data, which makes data acquisition more efficient. Radar power can be amplified to allow higher flight acquisition altitudes and larger swaths

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