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Measurements of 20/30 GHz amplitude scintillations. Dependence of the statistics upon the ground station measuring parameters

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Measurements of 20/30 GHz amplitude scintillations. Dependence of the statistics upon the ground station measuring parameters. / Vilar, E.; Filip, M.

Olympus Utilisation Conference - Proceedings of an International Conference. Vol. 292 European Space Agency, 1989. p. 191-197.

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Harvard

Vilar, E & Filip, M 1989, Measurements of 20/30 GHz amplitude scintillations. Dependence of the statistics upon the ground station measuring parameters. in Olympus Utilisation Conference - Proceedings of an International Conference. vol. 292, European Space Agency, pp. 191-197, Olympus Utilisation Conference, Vienna, Austria, 12/05/89.

APA

Vilar, E., & Filip, M. (1989). Measurements of 20/30 GHz amplitude scintillations. Dependence of the statistics upon the ground station measuring parameters. In Olympus Utilisation Conference - Proceedings of an International Conference (Vol. 292, pp. 191-197). European Space Agency.

Vancouver

Vilar E, Filip M. Measurements of 20/30 GHz amplitude scintillations. Dependence of the statistics upon the ground station measuring parameters. In Olympus Utilisation Conference - Proceedings of an International Conference. Vol. 292. European Space Agency. 1989. p. 191-197

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Vilar, E. ; Filip, M. / Measurements of 20/30 GHz amplitude scintillations. Dependence of the statistics upon the ground station measuring parameters. Olympus Utilisation Conference - Proceedings of an International Conference. Vol. 292 European Space Agency, 1989. pp. 191-197

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