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Control and Minimization of Multi-Path Problems on the GPS R.O.S.A. Antenna installed onboard OCEANSAT-2 Spacecraft

G.Vecchiarelli, R.Guidi, P.Valle, S.Vatta, V.De Cosmo, V.Catalano

Abstract: In the frame of a study funded by the Italian space agency (ASI), Thales Alenia Space Italia has developed the R.O.S.A. instrument (Radio Occultation Sounder Antenna for the atmosphere), to be installed aboard OCEANSAT-2, an ISRO satellite. The R.O.S.A. antenna subsystem is made of two independent linear arrays, assembled side by side.

Published on European Conference on Antennas & Propagation (EuCAP2007)

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