I am still left confused that mean H estimation in sarproz. does it is dem or aditional height form ext.Dem or height difference from reference point. For example in H.jpg major H estimates are negative. I calculated APS result was fine. Calculate Sparse points seems also ok. Even output seems ok and logigal. Othe only thing that disturbs are “Height relative from ground” are almost all points negative values (result.jpg). I dealing with Senitnel data
1. Height of point P is relative to the reference point Ref
2. Final Height = External DEM Height + Residual Height
3. The way in which things are estimated depends on your choices: if you remove or not the external DEM height, if you use multi-master differential interferograms or simple star (single master) interferograms, if you take your estimation from the APS processing module (integrated in space) or from the MISP (with single ref point), and so on.
You give no details about the steps you followed and in particular you do not show the external DEM height.
So, plot and past the ext DEM height, and tell us more about processing steps and ref point location.
I use single star graph with APS. Coherence is good. APS is calculated at Amlitude stabiliti index form valuse >0.75. Test coherence is good. So everything should be ok. Ext. DEM model is used and its SRTM.
I calculated other orbit to (different direction). There are all hights ok. If I look both dataset, there are diffrences in defermation, but not crusial. Only thing is that one data sets are heights from ground negative other positive. Negative heights geocoding is shifted fiew pixels, but its understandable because reference surface is wrong.