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Propagation of 6-Millimeter Waves

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Mueller, G.E. ; Bell Telephone Laboratories, New York, N.Y.

One step in the exploration of a new band of frequencies for communications purposes is a study of the transmission properties of the medium involved. This paper describes the methods and results of measurements of attenuation due to rainfall and atmospheric gases at a wavelength of 0.62 centimeter. The one-way attenuation due to moderate rains at 0.62 centimeter is roughly 0.6 decibel-per-mile per millimeter-per-hour. The gas attenuation is probably less than 0.2 decibel per mile.

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Proceedings of the IRE  (Volume:34 ,  Issue: 4 )

Date of Publication:

April 1946

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