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|Title:||Triangle Size Effects in Spaced Receiver Drift Experiment-Errors in Estimating Parameters of Ground Diffraction Pattern|
|Abstract:||Role of errors in correlation of spaced receiver fading’s in the computation of parameters of the ground diffraction pattern has been studied. The increase in the size of the diffraction pattern with the receiver separation could be explained. Apparent alignment of the patterns along the hypotenuse, when a small right-angled isosceles triangle is used could also be accounted for. Appropriate correlation value must be the criterion for choosing antenna separation rather than geometry, and correlations higher than 0.8 at zero time lag must be avoided in this type of experiment.|
|ISSN:||0975-105X (Online); 0367-8393 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||IJRSP Vol.07(3) [June 1978]|
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