ALPHASAT: raw beacon radio propagation measurements at 20 and 40 GHz (KA/Q bands) made at Chilton, Oxfordshire
Raw beacon radio propagation measurements at 20 and 40 GHz (KA/Q bands) made at Chilton, Oxfordshire, UK, for the ESA funded Large Scale Assessment of KA/Q band atmospheric channel using the ALPHASAT TDP5 Propagation beacon signal (ASALASCA) project.
These are signals measured by the two receivers located at Chilbolton received from the Aldo Paradoni Payload (TDP5) beacon on board ESA's ALPHASAT telecommunications satellite. Measurements were made from July 2016 to present.
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Data were collected by the project participants before processing and delivery to CEDA for archiving.
These data are reviewed on a monthly basis. Details of the receiver performance will be issued at the end of the project. Please contact the project PI for further details in the meantime.
Data are NetCDF4 formatted.
|Chilton ALPHASAT 20 Ghz beacon receiver||Deployed on: Chilton|
|Chilton ALPHASAT 40 Ghz beacon receiver||Deployed on: Chilton|