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  • Quality Control of Bistatic Signals

    Posted on June 7th, 2012 admin No comments

    Robert Forney and I configured the RATH site to receive bistatic signals from WOOD.  We turned this on Tuesday June 5th.  We ran it for 19 hours and looked at the data.  There were several large vectors in each of the elliptical maps.  We looked at the elliptical options.txt file and saw that line 6 DC RC start was set to 45 when it should have been set to 50.  We changed it to 50 and reprocessed the data.  We placed the original data set on the desktop in a folder called “Elliptical Data”.  The data spans from June 5 1800 to June 6 1300.