Thus, if one takes the smaller of the two (or three or more) pulses from a coincidence of (S sub 1) and (S sub 2) there is considerably greater probability of the pulse not being on the high energy tail. Therefore, there is considerably less statistical spread in the distribution of the smaller of the two pulses.
Should be worked out quantitatively!
See Bay on time resolution by a related method.
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Argument with respect to primary intensity at lambda=41 degrees (our roll measurement on Aerobee). The minimum intensity should correspond to maximum cut off energy irrespective of any knowledge of aspect.
This may not be very useful, however, since too high!
May not be bad if know only zenith angle of rocket. See [Aphere?], page 449 (11 July 1951)
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Thus, if one takes the smaller of the two (or three or more) pulses from a coincidence of (S sub 1) and (S sub 2) there is considerably greater probability of the pulse not being on the high energy tail. Therefore, there is considerably less statistical spread in the distribution of the smaller of the two pulses.
Should be worked out quantitatively!
See Bay on time resolution by a related method.
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Argument with respect to primary intensity at lambda=41 degrees (our roll measurement on Aerobee). The minimum intensity should correspond to maximum cut off energy irrespective of any knowledge of aspect.
This may not be very useful, however, since too high!
May not be bad if know only zenith angle of rocket. See [Aphere?], page 449 (11 July 1951)
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