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Title: The collection of GPS signal scattered off a wind-driven ocean with a down-looking GPS receiver: polarization properties versus wind speed and direction
Authors: Zuffada, C.
Fung, A.
Okolicany, M.
Huang, E.
Parker, J.
Issue Date: Jul-2001
Citation: IGARSS 2001
Sydney, Australia
Abstract: A GPS transmitter-receiver pair form a bistatic radar for ocean remote sensing when the receiving platform carries a downlooking antenna capable of collecting the GPS signal scattered off the ocean surface.
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