By what I understand, a "standard" slc from a SAR has complex values for each pixel. Here the phasor consists of the magnitude and the relative phase. What I don't understand is the complex nature of an interferogram and how this relates to the coherence. Am I right in that in an interferogram the complex value consists of the phase-difference between the two SLCs and the coherence or this working completely different?


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