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Dec30-13, 07:21 AM
Iím reading articles about resolving ambiguities with planar arrays of interferometer. Such as: http://www.stormingmedia.us/53/5336/0533677.html.
Iím trying to catch the main idea of such arrays: They are used to resolve ambiguities (partly?) with the help of special ordering of arrays. Is this conclusion correct?
Does the orientation of such arrays play a role?
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