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Antenna simulation for Radio Holland

31 July 2007
Antenna simulation with shipping routes
Antenna simulation with shipping routes
Radio Holland has an application that can determine a ship's location using only a few seconds of radio communication. In the past they used two antennas, but that turned out to be not accurate enough for the heavily used shipping routes. The problem was to find the best location for a possible third antenna. The Centre for High Performance Computing and Visualisation created an interactive application that produced a map with the expected accuracy using the position of two or more antennas.
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