ON THE OBSERVATION OF SEA ICE DISTRIBUTION WITH THE SEA ICE RADAR (PRELIMINARY REPORT)

Authors
  1. Tabata, T.
  2. Aota, M.
  3. Hope, E.R. (tr)
  4. and others (tr)
Corporate Authors
Defence Scientific Information Service, Ottawa ONT (CAN)
Abstract
A sea ice observation radar was installed near the top of Mt. Mombetsu (commonly known as Mt. Oyama), west of Mombetsu City. The radar transmitting and receiving apparatus was set up on the top of Mt. Mombetsu in order to bring a larger area of the sea surface under observation, but for greater efficiency the radar images of the drift ice are transmitted by radio to the Sea Ice Research (Branch) Laboratory located about 3 km from the summit, and the observations are conducted from there. The functions and movements of the radar on the hilltop are also remote-controlled by radio from the Laboratory. The various parameters of the radar, of the microwave circuit used for relaying the radar images, and of the VHG circuit used for the remote control are given.
Report Number
T102J —
Date of publication
15 Sep 1970
Number of Pages
9
Translation of
No.25, p233-239, 1967, Teion Kagaku (Low Temperature Science), Series A (Physical Sciences).
DSTKIM No
70-08951
CANDIS No
6705
Format(s):
Hardcopy;Originator's fiche received by DSIS

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