Accession Number : AD0259108
Title : TURBULENCE MEASUREMENTS AT HIGH ALTITUDES BY SECOND-DIFFERENCE INTERFEROMETRY
Corporate Author : UNITED RESEARCH INC CAMBRIDGE MA
Personal Author(s) : BATTEAU, DWIGHT W. ; LICHTBLAU, NEWTON S.
Report Date : 31 MAR 1961
Pagination or Media Count : 1
Abstract : TWO METHODS ARE GIVEN FOR ANALYZING DATA OBTAINED FROM THE RADAR COORDINATE SYSTEM. Method I gives a functional relation between a coordinate difference of the two targets and their separation, and is given for theoretical interest, and because it provides a convenient independent check on the information obtained from Method II. The second method gives a procedure for obtaining complete information from the data furnished by a single radar array. The system for processing the data from the output of the receivers, particularly the techniques for comparing the phase differences, are discussed in detail. A series of experiments, designed to check out the system performance are discussed. Modifications made to the radar receiving system are described (Author)
Descriptors : *ATMOSPHERES, *RADAR TRACKING, DIGITAL COMPUTERS, HIGH ALTITUDE, MEASUREMENT, PHASE DETECTORS, PHASE MEASUREMENT, RADAR TARGETS, RADIO INTERFEROMETERS, STRATOSPHERE, TURBULENCE.
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE