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Microwave attenuation due to rain at 110 GHz in south-east England

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2 Author(s)
Llewellyn-Jones, D.T. ; Radio & Space Research Station, Slough, UK ; Zavody, A.M.

Fading due to precipitation has been recorded at 110 GHz for a period of one year over a 2.65 km path near Slough, England. The results show that frequencies as high as this could be used for relay links over short distances with acceptable reliability, despite the large attenuation due to heavy rain.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 4 )