Polarization Methods of Measuring the Roll Angle of an Object in Motion in Radio Beacon Navigation Systems
Polarization methods of measuring the roll angle of an object in motion with the help of radio beacon systems are considered. The polarization properties of the beacon signals received on board the object and amplitude-phase processing of their orthogonal polarized components are used to accomplish this goal.
Keywordsradio beacon system roll polarization properties of a signal orthogonal linearly polarized waves Jones vector polarization amplitude-based and phase-based signal processing
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