Radio holographic principle for observing natural processes in the atmosphere and retrieving meteorological parameters from radio occultation data

@inproceedings{Igarashi1999RadioHP,
  title={Radio holographic principle for observing natural processes in the atmosphere and retrieving meteorological parameters from radio occultation data},
  author={Kiyoshi Igarashi and Alexander G. Pavelyev and Klemens Hocke and Dmitrii G. Pavelyev and I. A. Kucherjavenkov and S. Matyugov and A. V. Zakharov and O. Yakovlev},
  year={1999}
}
The radio holographic principle is briefly described and tested by using radio occultation data of the GPS/MET and MIR/GEO experiments. Sub-Fresnel spatial resolution ∼12 m/pixel was achieved using focused synthetic aperture radio holographic approach, and direct evidence of multibeam propagation effects in the atmosphere was obtained. The achieved instrumental accuracy in angular distance measurements was near 0.004 milliradian/pixel, and observed angular distance between different rays was… CONTINUE READING
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