Remote Sensing

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Remote Sensing
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Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering Technology
Course Code
EET 3132
Semester / Year
Course Description

Highlights the physical and mathematical principles underlying
remote sensing techniques, covering the radiative transfer equation,atmospheric sounding techniques, interferometric and lidar systems, and an introduction to image
processing. The lab component introduces remote sensing software
HYDRA, and MATLAB, used for image display and data analysis.


This course was created by: Viviana

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