Alternative to use the signals of satellite radio-navigation systems
|1Skoryk, ET |
1State Enterprise Research Institute "Quantum-Navigation" Industrial Policy of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
|Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2001, 7 ;(4):159–162|
|Publication Language: Russian|
Results on the use of the satellite radio-navigation systems (SRNS) for the meteorological physics investigation and the sea surface monitoring distance are reported. The method of hidden radio sounding of surrounding medium by the signals of SRNS radiation and space diagram of two-positional radiolocation is used.
|Keywords: hidden radio sounding, monitoring, two-positional radiolocation|
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