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Towards Improving Disambiguation in a Phase Interferometry System

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Phase Interferometry is a highly accurate direction finding that suffers from ambiguous results for high frequency waves. This project investigated several methods to improve the disambiguation process of a three antenna interferometer. The techniques used were changing antenna separations, adding a amplitude comparison component, and implementing a results history.

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  • E-project-122012-092335
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  • 2012
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  • 2012-12-20
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