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C-, and Ku-Band, dual-frequency, tetra-channel, multi-polarization, combined, Doppler scatterometer-radiometer system and its application peculiarities for sea surface remote sensing from shore platforms, vessels and aircrafts

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8 Author(s)
A. K. Arakelyan ; ECOSERV Remote Obs. Centre Co. Ltd., Yerevan, Armenia ; A. A Arakelyan ; M. L. Grigoryan ; A. K. Hambaryan
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In this paper a structure and operational peculiarities of C (~5.6GHz) and Ku (~13.6GHz) band, dual-frequency, tetra-channel, multi-polarization, spatio-temporally combined, Doppler scatterometer-radiometer system is described, developed in Armenia by ECOSERV Remote Observation Centre Co.Ltd. in the framework of ISTC (International Science and Technology Center) project A-1524. The operational range of the system may reach up to 3000m. The minimum operational ranges of the system's scatterometers are ~3.5m. So the system may be used as well from very low altitude on shore and off shore measuring platforms.

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OCEANS'11 MTS/IEEE KONA

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19-22 Sept. 2011