[teqc] PM500 Antenna

Jeff Freymueller jeff.freymueller at gi.alaska.edu
Sat Nov 1 19:43:50 MDT 2008


You need to be consistent for all antennas you use, both for ground  
receivers and transmitters. So you have to use either absolute or  
relative calibrations for everything. If you use absolute PCV's for  
other antennas, then you need to transform the relative PCV into an  
absolute PCV model to maintain consistency.


On Oct 19, 2008, at 10:49 AM, jbshi_sgg wrote:

> i have some puzzle about the usage of antenna PCV model.
> if only the relative PCV model from NGS ia available, does user  
> directly utilize the relative PCV model or transform the relative  
> PCV model to absolute PCV model according to the instruction in  
> ANTEX file?

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