Digital model of radiolocation scattering by sea surface when it is probed by coastal radiolocation station
It is synthesized on a heuristic level a simplified variant of digital model of radiolocation scattering of a signal, when sea surface is probed. This model takes into account technical parameters and real geometric dimensions of coastal radiolocation station situation.
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