SLAR stands for Side-Looking Airborne Radar. It is an aircraft or satellite-mounted imaging radar, lying in the perpendicular direction to the flight. The radar moves around the x axis with the angle Θ.
Cone angle(c): Angle between the x axis and the line of sight (LOS)
Azimuth angle(φ): Angle lies between the x-axis and the projection of the line of sight to the (x; y)plane
These two angles are related together by cos α = cos φ x cos ε
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