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NAME

       heightamb - icompute height ambiguity for flat terrain

DESCRIPTION

       heightamb v1.1, BK software, Bert Kampes, (c)1999-2000

              Computes  indicative height ambiguity for flat terrain as function of perpendicular
              baseline.  A larger Bperp yields more sensitivity to  height,  i.e.,  a  decreasing
              height  ambiguity (the height difference corresponding to a 2pi phase difference (a
              fringe)).

       Program parameters (ERS):

       lambda:
              0.0565646 [m]

       R1:    850000.0 [m]

       theta: 23.0 [deg]

       theta: [rad]

       terrain slope:
              0.0 [rad]

   EXAMPLES:
              heightamb heightamb 100 heightamb 25 50 100 200 400 800

       Input perp. Baseline [m]:

       Bperp =  [m] --->  Height ambiguity =  [m/2pi]

              Computes indicative height ambiguity for flat terrain as function of  perpendicular
              baseline.   A  larger  Bperp  yields more sensitivity to height, i.e., a decreasing
              height ambiguity (the height difference corresponding to a 2pi phase difference  (a
              fringe)).

       Program parameters (ERS): -------------------------

       lambda:
              0.0565646 [m]

       R1:    850000.0 [m]

       theta: 23.0 [deg]

       theta: [rad]

       terrain slope:
              0.0 [rad]

   EXAMPLES:
              heightamb heightamb 100 heightamb 25 50 100 200 400 800

       Input perp. Baseline [m]:

       Bperp =  [m] --->  Height ambiguity =  [m/2pi]

SEE ALSO

       The  full  documentation for heightamb is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If the info and
       heightamb programs are properly installed at your site, the command

              info heightamb

       should give you access to the complete manual.

heightamb v1.1, BK software, Bert Kampes, September02017                             HEIGHTAMB(1)