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Radar tracks of unmated honeybee queens, 2017

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posted on 2019-01-02, 15:59 authored by Joseph WoodgateJoseph Woodgate

Approx. 197 hours of harmonic radar recordings monitoring the movements of unmated honeybee queens in an agricultural landscape. Data were collected from June-September 2017.

Data consists of incoming signal strengths and associated timestamps in a custom format. Data files will subsequently be processed to identify signals originating from transponders attached to bees and to extract their azimuth and range.

This data was collected as part of projects funded by Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, under grant no. EP/P006094/1, Brains on Board.

This data is currently unpublished. All the processed track files will be publicly archived on publication. Please direct any enquiries to Joseph Woodgate, j.woodgate@qmul.ac.uk.

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Brains on Board: Neuromorphic Control of Flying Robots

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

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European Research Council

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