How Good Can It Get with New Signals ? Multipath Mitigation

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  title={How Good Can It Get with New Signals ? Multipath Mitigation},
  author={Lawrence R. Weill}
}
  • Lawrence R. Weill
Answer: The winner of the 1971 Nobel Prize for Physics. The question? Who defined the most important signal parameter for controlling GPS multipath? The British/Hungarian physicist Dennis Gabor won the prize for the invention of holography. However, Gabor was also one of a handful of mathematicians and scientists who developed communication theory during the 1940s. Communication theory, also called information theory, is the branch of mathematics that deals with the efficient and accurate… CONTINUE READING
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