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Analyzing the Effects of Meteorology on Radar Measured Index of Refraction Structure Parameter
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Non-standard atmospheric temperature or moisture gradients will cause all or part of the radar beam to propagate along a non-normal path. When non-standard index-of-refraction distributions prevail, "abnormal" or "anomalous" propagation occurs.
When abnormal downward bending occurs, it is called "superrefraction.". Frequency modulated continuous-wave (FM-CW) radar is usually used with a couple of different antennas.
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The parameter Y remains the shape parameter of the Fresnel ellipsoid; e.g., y = Q implies isotropy. For the even more general tensor refractive index n (r) = n (r) = n (r), r a, the parameters 3 and Y become 6-dependent.
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