The paper is received on April 28, 2014
One-dimensional and two-dimensional radio images of
objects, built by broadband RADARS information are considered as a
projection object obtained for different camera angles to directions and
planes. Application of tomographic projections to approach provides the ability
to build 3D radio images. The article presents the results of modeling algorithms
build 3D radio images for rotating and stable space objects by their
one-dimensional and two-dimensional radio images.
radio image, three-dimension, tomography.