e-POP GAP Occultation data validation published in journal Radio Science

A new Radio Science publication shows the validation of the e-POP GAP Occultation experiment data. Using a number of methods to validate the receiver’s differential code bias, lead author Dr. Chris Watson of the COSMIC Program Office at UCAR shows that total electron content measurements from the GAP occultation receiver are in good agreement with ground-based GPS and ionosonde measurements. Read the full abstract or article for more information.