Comparison of Advanced Radar Polarimetric Techniques for Operational Attenuation Correction at C Band

@article{Vulpiani2008ComparisonOA,
  title={Comparison of Advanced Radar Polarimetric Techniques for Operational Attenuation Correction at C Band},
  author={G. Vulpiani and P. Tabary and J. P. D. Chatelet and F. Marzano},
  journal={Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology},
  year={2008},
  volume={25},
  pages={1118-1135}
}
  • G. Vulpiani, P. Tabary, +1 author F. Marzano
  • Published 2008
  • Physics
  • Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology
  • Abstract Rain path attenuation correction is a challenging task for quantitative use of weather radar measurements at frequencies higher than S band. The proportionality relationship between specific attenuation αhh (specific differential attenuation αdp) and specific differential phase Kdp is the basis for simple path-integrated attenuation correction using differential phase Φdp. However, the coefficients of proportionality are known to be dependent upon temperature, on the one hand, and… CONTINUE READING
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