The purpose of this study is to select a suitable ocean wind inversion method for FY-3C (MWRI). Based on the traditional empirical model of sea surface wind speed inversion, and in the case of small sample size of FY-3C satellite load regression analysis, this paper analyzes the channel differences between the FY-3C satellite microwave radiation imager (MWRI) and TMI onboard the TRMM. The paper also analyzes the influence of these differences on the channel in terms of receiving temperature, including channel frequency f, sensitivity ΔK and scaling precision K. Then, the limited range of new model coefficient regression analysis is determined, the regression methods of the finite field are proposed, and the empirical model of wind speed inversion applicable to MWRI is obtained, The method corrected by 2014 FY3C observation data and buoy data, and then by anti-electromagnetic interference geostationary communications satellite designed to fit in the FY-3C (MWRI). which achieves strong results. Compared to the TAO buoy data, the RMS of the new model is 1.18 m/s. In addition, the schematic diagram of the global ocean surface wind speed inversion is provided.1
A recently developed 220GHz incoherent radar has potential for remote sensing of low reflectivity atmosphere targets in
Cloud Chamber. Stepped frequency system is used and bandwidth 10GHz. Preliminary reflectivity measurements of
clouds for ranges between 0.2m~4m in narrow Cloud Chamber. The instrument is briefly described. Highlighting
uncertainties due to highly variable attenuation and signal interference. Then the results of investigations of the
transmitter, receiver, Antennas, as well as the atmospheric Propagation Effects are presented. The results of this effort
demonstrate that the radar is a stable, sensitive, system capable of providing accurate power for clouds.