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Department of Physics and Astronomy
Master of Science
In order to determine the size of the decametric sources, the technique of long baseline radio interferometry is being employed. The University of Florida at Gainesville is a pioneer in this field. In 1964, T. D. Carr introduced the procedure of recording the signals received at each end of an interferometer on magnetic tape and comparing the re-corded signals at a later time. This eliminated the necessity for transmission lines over the length of the baseline, allowing greater separation to attain higher resolution.
Physical Sciences and Mathematics | Physics
Scott, Roger, "Determination of the Time Delay in the Arrival of Jovian Signals at Opposite Ends of a Long Baseline Fringe Synthesis Interferometer" (1970). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 2824.