Hi Dear falahfakhri
How can I process the area inside the two subswath (half inside IW1 and half inside IW2)
Thank you, if you tell me your orders.
Hi Dear falahfakhri
So have you figured out at which step should we begin merging two subswaths? I have got the same situation too, my study area lies between two sub-swaths of 2 and 3 bursts of Sentinel 1 SLC images. I am afraid scalloping effect would be an issue
according to the predefined graph in the Graph Builder, TOPS Merge comes at the end of all processing steps.
I will try this but I am still skeptical the unwrapping would be a bit too erroneous when performed on a merged sub-swaths after perhaps at least 12 hours processing? I will mention a feedback after completion
If you need such large areas you should consider multi looking to reduce the data volume.
Also unwrapping only works with consistently high coherence, so please don’t expect too much at this spatial scale.
please , I want to create total interferogram for the three subswaths(IW1,IW2,IW3)to study earthquake I merge deburst interferogram from IW1 and IW2 and IW3 and then I apply (Goldstein Phase Filtering and Geocoding) and every thing is okay
But when export view as Google Earth KMZ the image is not total
looks good to me, although phase quality seems to be degraded in the low lands, probably because of temporal decorrelation. But at least there are no phase jumps along the burst boundaries which is good.
Thank you ABraun …another question please …how can I calculate vertical and horizontal components of the displacement caused by earthquake in SNAP using relations:
I have a question please. Will phase jump occur if I create a number of interferograms from multiple bursts groups (Say three bursts at a time) and then combine them, instead of creating a single interferogram from an entire subswath at once?
Because comparably, the latter takes way too much time as if the time required for processing increases exponentially with increasing the number of included bursts. And sometimes it ends with crashing the machine.
@marpet what is your opinion about this if you wouldn’t mind?
I have trying creating an large interferogram of 9 bursts and other smaller interferograms each has three bursts, then compared the complete one to the smaller ones side by side and norticed no difference and no discontinuty of the fringes between the smaller interferograms. But I still can tell for sure because I cannot perform Slice Assembly due to some error in this particular operator
Hi SNAP Experts,
My own case is more like the reverse. I want to process all the three swaths simultaneously, but the topsar split operators (2) and (3) could not recognize the input data. Please how can I solve this problem? Thanks for your supports ahead.
I am trying to process InSAR image and i find that my research area lies in two different sub-swath but the burst is same (Burst 1 to 4). i tried to follow the discussion above but different people have tried different technique for merging different sub-swaths which is little confusing. I am initial beginner of this SNAP software and InSAR processing. I would like to request all the above expert which is the correct way of merging two different sub-swath. Please let me know if there are any tutorials or videos on solving this problem. I am not sure whether i should have asked this silly question in this forum or not.
@ABraun Hello Sir, How did you correct your error of phase jumps, because i am also facing same error of phase jump in my research area too. Yours suggestion will be highly appreciable.