Vol. 6, issue 01, article # 10

pdf Bogushevich A. Ya., Krasnenko N. P. The effect of continuously scanning antenna directional patterns in bistatic sounding of the atmosphere and ocean. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1993. V. 6. No. 01. P. 86-96.
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Fast scanning antenna directional patterns of a bistatic sodar are shown to cause a noticeable variation in the shape and peak power of pulsed scattered signals. This is confirmed by the results of numerical modeling in the case of bistatic acoustic sounding of the atmosphere. This effect is proposed to be used for purposeful control of duration and amplitude of a scattered signal for the invariable parameters of the emitted pulse.