RADIO PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY, 1966:1
Semiannual Technical summary rept., 1 Dec 1965-31 May 1966
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH LEXINGTON LINCOLN LAB
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The report covers research in the fields of radio physics and astronomy at Lincoln Laboratory for the period from 1 December 1965 through 31 May 1966. In a few cases, material from earlier work is introduced to clarify the discussion of a current program, e.g., Experimental Evaluation of a 1000- Wavelength Antenna. Twenty-three papers presenting work by the Radio Physics, Communications, Solid State and Radar Divisions of Lincoln Laboratory and by the M.I.T Research Laboratory of Electronics with the cooperation of Lincoln Laboratory are included. Twenty of the papers discuss work involving the Millstone Hill Field Station which is the Laboratorys primary facility for experimental research in radio physics and astronomy. Two papers describe the 28-ft millimeter research facility 1000 wavelength at Lincoln Laboratory in Lexington and one is a theoretical paper on scattering from objects with irregular surfaces.
- Atmospheric Physics
- Active and Passive Radar Detection and Equipment
- Radiofrequency Wave Propagation