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Model for the effect of electric fields on satellite-Earth microwave radio propagation

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3 Author(s)
Haworth, D.P. ; Bradford University, Postgraduate School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Bradford, UK ; Watson, P.A. ; McEwan, N.J.

A model for crosspolarisation on satellite-Earth radio paths is proposed in which particles lying in the horizontal plane under aerodynamic-gravitational forces are aligned by electric fields. This model explains the abrupt crosspolarisation magnitude changes and abrupt 180° phase changes recently observed on satellite-Earth paths at microwave frequencies.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 19 )