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Author Topic: HF Sky Wave Radiolocation/RDF  (Read 397 times)
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« on: August 16, 2017, 12:49:25 PM »

Reading Witvleit's paper on NVIS got me interested in HF radiolocation methodologies, particularly in a military context.

https://www.agentschaptelecom.nl/sites/default/files/2015_-_witvliet_-_nvis_elev_angles_and_ant_height_-_ieee_apm.pdf


Anybody with experience in radiolocation of HF sky wave transmitters who would care to comment on the ins-and-outs? My impression is that it is difficult to precisely geo locate an HF transmitter solely through the use of sky wave single site location collectors. Also, it seems that E layer propagation can add quite a bit of ambivalence.
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