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Moon reflection studies with bistatic radar at 3,000 mc

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2 Author(s)
Straiton, A. W. ; University of Texas, Austin, Tex. ; Tolbert, C. W.

Measurements have been made of moon-reflected radar signals transmitted by the Royal Radar Establishment from Malvern, England, and received by the Electrical Engineering Research Laboratory of The University of Texas at Austin, Texas. These supplement monostatic radar measurements made by a number of organizations and a few bistatic measurements which have been noted in news articles and mentioned at technical symposia. Reports have been made of monostatic measurements in the very-high-frequency (vhf) band by Trexler and Evans and in the 3,000-mc (megacycle) region by Yaplee and Hughes.1¿4

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American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Part I: Communication and Electronics, Transactions of the  (Volume:79 ,  Issue: 4 )