Hugo Carreno-Luengo

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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)
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)
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)