Proposed sites for the oblique sounders
- 1. It is proposed to place the first system so that it makes
measurements along the path of totality. This would require a sounder under
the region of totality in Cornwall and another somewhere in France or Germany
so as to be observing the propagation along the path of totality.
Some simulations could be done to determine whether
it makes any difference whether the transmitter or the receiver is at
the Cornwall end of the link.
- 2. A second system would cover the orthogonal direction by making
measurements across the path of the shadow. This would require placing a
transmitter (or receiver) in France and the other end in the UK, perhaps at
Malvern or further north.
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31/08/98 Ruth Bamford