GSICS Microwave Subgroup Meeting (October 28, 2021)


1100-1300 (UTC), 0700-0900 (U.S. Eastern Daylight Time), 1200-1400 (Central Europe Daylight Time), 1900-2100 (China Standard Time), 2000-2200 (Korea and Japan Standard Time)

1. A new algorithm for determining NEDT of microwave radiometers (John Xun Yang – U. of Maryland)

This presentation discusses the development of a new algorithm for determining NEDT for microwave radiometers, and contrasted the method versus NEDT estimation methods from the major numerical weather prediction centers.

To access a copy of the associated journal article CLICK HERE.

2. Improving ATMS Remapping Accuracy Using Adaptive Window Method (Jun Zhou – U. of Maryland)

This is a presentation of an implementation of Backus-Gilbert Inversion (BGI) microwave data remapping algorithm using an adaptive instead of fixed remapping window.

3. Subgroup Action Item Review (Facilitated by Mark Liu and Qifeng LU)

GSICS Annual Meeting 2021 Plenary Session Action Item Status were discussed. Updates are included in the meeting minutes.

4. Subgroup Planning (Facilitated by Mark Liu and Qifeng LU)

Planning for future regular subgroup meetings, and the workshop were discussed. Updates are included in the meeting minutes.

Meeting Minutes:

For the Microwave Subgroup Meeting Minutes, please CLICK HERE (Still under pre-release review)

-- RobbiIacovazzi - 29 Oct 2021
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TGRS_2021_NEDT.pdfpdf TGRS_2021_NEDT.pdf manage 1 MB 29 Oct 2021 - 17:38 RobbiIacovazzi Open Source NEDT Journal Article
GSICS_John.Yang_NEDT_20211028.pptxpptx GSICS_John.Yang_NEDT_20211028.pptx manage 2 MB 29 Oct 2021 - 17:27 RobbiIacovazzi New Method to Determine NEDT
GSICS_MWSG_WebMeeting_Minutes_28OCT2021.docxdocx GSICS_MWSG_WebMeeting_Minutes_28OCT2021.docx manage 29 K 01 Nov 2021 - 19:17 RobbiIacovazzi Meeting Minutes
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