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Rodney B Bent, Paul W Casper: Locating system and method. Scientific Development, April 10, 1990: US04916455 (67 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes both a system and a method for locating a source of a randomly modulated signals. In one form of the invention at least three receiving stations receive and process the randomly modulated signal. A common reference level is selected at each of the receiving stations. T ...


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Rodney B Bent, Paul W Casper: Locating system and method. Scientific Development Corporation, Duckworth Allen Dyer & Doppelt, March 14, 1989: US04812852 (60 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes both a system and a method for locating a source of a randomly modulated radio signal. In one form of the invention, at least three receiving stations at known locations receive and process the randomly modulated radio signal. A common reference level is selected for t ...


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Rodney B Bent, Paul W Casper: Lightning position and tracking method. Atlantic Scientific Corporation, Duckworth Allen Dyer, December 20, 1988: US04792806 (37 worldwide citation)

A method for detecting lightning as an electrical atmospheric disturbance and for providing an indication of the geographic position of that disturbance includes the stationing of at least three receivers at known geographic locations in spaced relationship to each other. Signals are encoded at each ...


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Rodney B Bent, Paul W Casper: System for lightning ground stroke position by time of arrival discrimination. Atlantic Scientific Corporation, Antonelli Terry & Wands, September 24, 1985: US04543580 (37 worldwide citation)

A lightning ground stroke location system employs a time-of-arrival discrimination scheme which uses, as its time synchronization base, the U.S. Coast Guard LORAN-C navigation network. The system comprises a plurality (at least three and preferably four) of geographically separated lightning stroke ...


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Rodney B Bent, Robert T Davis: Method of detecting, locating, and classifying lightning. Toa Systems, Fox Rothschild, Robert J Sacco, June 28, 2011: US07970542 (12 worldwide citation)

There is discloses a new method for identifying an electromagnetic signal having a known waveform. The method includes using a lightning matched filter receiver having a bank of filters matched to nominal but arbitrary lightning waveforms for detecting lightning. The use of a lightning matched filte ...


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Rodney B Bent, Robert T Davis: Method of lightning location using time difference of arrival technology with auto correlation. TOA Systems, Fox Rothschild, Robert J Sacco, August 17, 2010: US07777676 (1 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a system for identifying a source location of an electromagnetic signal having a known waveform. Radio receiving equipment located at three of more monitoring stations receives and demodulates a radio frequency signal from a common source. A time stamp generator applies a time sta ...


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Robert T Davis, Rodney B Bent: Method of detecting, locating, and classifying lightning. TOA Systems, Darby & Darby PC, October 23, 2008: US20080262732-A1

There is discloses a new method for identifying an electromagnetic signal having a known waveform. The method includes using a lightning matched filter receiver having a bank of filters matched to nominal but arbitrary lightning waveforms for detecting lightning. The use of a lightning matched filte ...


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Rodney B Bent, Robert T Davis: Method of Lightning Location Using Time Difference of Arrival Technology with Auto Correlation. TOA Systems, Darby & Darby PC, January 14, 2010: US20100007558-A1

There is disclosed a system for identifying a source location of an electromagnetic signal having a known waveform. Radio receiving equipment located at three of more monitoring stations receives and demodulates a radio frequency signal from a common source. A time stamp generator applies a time sta ...