Despeckling SAR Images Thought Nest ESA Tool


G. Siva Krishna,Shobini.B,N.Prakash,



Despeckle learning,SAR,radar,noise,nest tool,


The Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) usually corrupted by some surplus speckle formed. These speckles having multiplicative noise, which appears likes a grainy pattern in the SAR image. This performs an accurate interpretation of SAR images. The aim of this work was to remove the noise and the accurate classifying the LULC facts with quality evolution with statistical operations. The SAR images to play an import key role on Earth Observation applications using high resolution for allweather conditions and all times. These Radar satellite collecting images have noise. To despeckle the noise, we propose the NEST Tool. Using this tool we (statistical operations) subtract band wise noisily one. The experiment results are better performance from the state of art techniques.


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