Interferometric evidence for the observation of ground backscatter originating behind the CUTLASS coherent HF radars

@inproceedings{Milan1997InterferometricEF,
  title={Interferometric evidence for the observation of ground backscatter originating behind the CUTLASS coherent HF radars},
  author={Stephanie E Milan and Thomas B. Jones and Timothy R. Robinson and Emily C Thomas and Timothy K Yeoman},
  year={1997}
}
Interferometric techniques allow the SuperDARN coherent HF radars to determine the elevation angles of returned backscatter, giving information on the altitude of the scatter volume, in the case of ionospheric backscatter, or the reflection altitude, in the case of ground backscatter. Assumptions have to be made in the determination of elevation angles, including the direction of arrival, or azimuth, of the returned signals, usually taken to be the forward look-direction (north) of the radars… CONTINUE READING
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