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The first-ever dual-frequency multi-constellation Global Navigation Satellite Systems Reflectometry (GNSS-R) polarimetric measurements over boreal forests and lakes from the stratosphere are presented. Data were collected during the Swedish National Space Board (SNSB)/European Space Agency (ESA) sponsored Balloon Experiments for University Students (BEXUS)(More)
The scattering of GNSS signals over a water surface is studied when the receiver is at a low height, as in GNSS-R coastal altimetry. The precise determination of the local sea level and wave state from the coast will provide useful altimetry and wave information as " dry " tide and wave gauges. An experiment has been conducted at the Canal d'Investigació i(More)
Scientific evaluation of the Cat-2 payload (PYCARO reflectometer) has been performed from the BEXUS 19 stratospheric balloon flight with an apogee of ~ 27,000 m over boreal forests and lakes. The payload was configured in closedloop mode during this flight. Results show the first-ever multi-constellation Global Navigation Satellite Systems Reflectometry(More)