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Title: A Xylophone Detector in Space
Authors: Tinto, M.
Issue Date: 24-Mar-1996
Citation: Warsaw, Poland
Abstract: We discuss spacecraft Doppler tracking for detecting gravitational waves in which Doppler data recorded on the ground are linearly combined with Doppler measurements made on board a spacecraft. By using the four-link radio system first proposed by Vessot and Levine we derive a new method for removing from the combined data the frequency fluctuations due to the Earth's troposphere, ionosphere, and mechanical vibrations of the antenna on the ground.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/26011
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