A Multifrequency Radiometer System

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    Abstract

    A radiometer system having four channels: 5 GHz, l7 GHz, 34 GHz, all vertical polarization, and a 34 GHz sky horn, will be described. The system which is designed for collecting glaciological and oceanographic data is intended for airborne use and imaging is achieved by means of a multifrequency conically scanning antenna. Implementation of the noise-injection technique ensures the high absolute accuracy needed for oceanographic purposes. The collected data can be preprocessed in a microcomputer system and displayed in real time. Simultaneously, the data are recorded digitally on tape for more elaborate processing later, using ground facilities. In conjunction with a side looking radar which is under development at present, the radiometers are intended as the remote sensing basis for an all-weather ice reconnaissance service in the Greenland seas.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationMicrowave Conference, 1977. 7th European
    PublisherIEEE
    Publication date1977
    Pages419-423
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 1977
    Event7th European Microwave Conference - Copenhagen, Denmark
    Duration: 4 Sep 19777 Sep 1977
    Conference number: 7
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    Conference

    Conference7th European Microwave Conference
    Number7
    CountryDenmark
    CityCopenhagen
    Period04/09/197707/09/1977
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