GPS Radio Sounding System

The GPS Radio Sounding Systems use in situ sensors carried aloft by a small, balloon-borne instrument package (the radiosonde, or simply “sonde”) to measure vertical profiles of atmospheric pressure, temperature, and moisture (relative humidity or wet bulb temperature) as the carrier ascends through the use of Satellite-based Global Positioning Systems (GPS). It tracks automatically the flying radiosondes without radar tracking on the ground. It consists of Receiving System and Radiosondes.

A radiosonde includes electronic subsystems that sample each sensor at regular intervals, and transmit the data to a ground-based receiver and data acquisition system.

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