The effects of multipath propagation on the range measurement system at Fort Hunter Liggett
Havenstein, Walter Perry
Rothauge, Charles Harry
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Instrumentation was developed for investigating the radio frequency link between the A station and the B unit in the Range Measurement System. Propagation effects are characterized using a multipath simulation in a laboratory environment. Field experiments were conducted to investigate the presence of a multipath environment at Ft. Hunter Liggett. The effects of varying the ambient temperature on the A station and the B unit were measured
NPS Hall of Fame author (Walt Haverstein) (Presented November 20, 2012)
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