Low-tech Highly Efficient Radiotechnical Solutions for Meteors and Satellite Observations

1Vovk, VS, 1Shulga, OV, 1Sybiryakova, Ye.S, 1Kaliuzny, MP, 1Bushuev, FI, 1Kulichenko, MO
1Mykolaiv Astronomical Observatory Research Institute
Nauka innov. 2017, 13(1):70-74
https://doi.org/10.15407/scin13.01.070
Section: Scientific Framework of Innovation Activities
Language: Ukrainian
Abstract: 
Single-station technique of meteors’ observation using inexpensive receivers is developed. The receivers are also suitable for observing active artificial Earth’s satellites on solar-synchronous orbits when measuring the Doppler shift frequency at which they emit.
Keywords: artificial satellites, Doppler shift, meteors, radio-technical solutions
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