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Initial LISA Measurements from the ESL Roof

@inproceedings{Ellingson2002InitialLM,
  title={Initial LISA Measurements from the ESL Roof},
  author={Steven W. Ellingson},
  year={2002}
}
This report documents some initial observations made with the Ohio State University (OSU) ElectroScience Laboratory’s (ESL) recently-completed L-band Interference Surveyor/Analyzer (LISA) instrument from the roof of ESL on August 29, 2002. In these observations, the antenna/front end unit (AFEU) was placed on a large ground plane, facing the zenith, as shown in Figure 1. Three foot sections of RG-58 were used at both the AFEU and equipment rack ends to connect to 100-ft. sections of Belden 9913… 
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