The Signal-to-Noise ratio for a Synthetic Aperture Radar calculator compute a factor that indicates the picture quality for a Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) based on numerous antenna and target characteristics (see inputs).
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The Signal-to-Noise equation is a measure of how fine a picture is produced by a Synthetic Aperture Radar. A higher SNR means a finer picture (better quality). A lower SNR means a coarser picture (worse quality). For more information on this equation and its parameters, please see the .