BRAMS: The Belgian RAdio Meteor Stations
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BRAMS (Belgian RAdio Meteor Stations) is a new facility currently developed in Belgium to detect and study meteors with radio forward scattering techniques. The transmitter is a dedicated beacon and 25 receiving stations (including one interferometer) are spread all over Belgium. The characteristics of BRAMS and the scientific goals of the project will be discussed. Preliminary results for the automatic detection and counting of meteor echoes will be presented as well as initial results obtained with the interferometer. The methods planned to calculate meteoroid flux densities and trajectories of individual meteoroids will be discussed. .
CitationLamy, H.; Ranvier, S.; De Keyser, J.; Gamby, E.; Calders, S. (2011). BRAMS: The Belgian RAdio Meteor Stations. , 2011 30th URSI General Assembly and Scientific Symposium, 6050925, DOI: 10.1109/URSIGASS.2011.6050925.