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Experimental characterisation of diffuse multipath at 10.2 GHz using method of multiple windows

Experimental characterisation of diffuse multipath at 10.2 GHz using method of multiple windows

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Thomson's multiple window method of spectrum estimation is applied to the problem of diffuse multipath characterisation in a low angle tracking radar environment. The method gives optimum power spectrum estimates in both the frequency and wavenumber domains. The results presented herein are based on data collected by means of a 32-element sampled aperture antenna system operating at 10.2 GHz.

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