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A troposcatter propagation experiment at 15.7 GHz over a 500 km path

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An experiment to study tropospheric structure through the use of high resolution antennas having a very small common volume is described. Measurements at 15.7 GHz over a 500 km path between Boston and Ottawa have been conducted, and signals as large as 25 dB above the receiver noise level have been obtained.

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Proceedings of the IEEE  (Volume:56 ,  Issue: 10 )