Local and global statistics of clear‐air Doppler radar signals

@inproceedings{Muschinski2004LocalAG,
  title={Local and global statistics of clear‐air Doppler radar signals},
  author={Andreas Muschinski},
  year={2004}
}
[1] A refined theoretical analysis of the clear-air Doppler radar (CDR) measurement process is presented. The refined theory builds on the Fresnel-approximated (as opposed to Fraunhofer-approximated) radio wave propagation theory, and turbulence statistics like locally averaged velocities, local velocity variances, local dissipation rates, and local structure parameters are allowed to vary randomly within the radar's sampling volume and during the dwell time. A local version of the moments… CONTINUE READING

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