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Frequency and polarisation scaling of microwave attenuation during rainfall

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1 Author(s)
Butler, R.S. ; Communications Research Centre, Department of Communications, Ottawa, Canada

Measurements are presented from eastern Canada of the polarisation-dependent ratio of microwave attenuation due to rainfall for vertical and horizontal linear polarisations, and of the frequency-dependent ratio of attenuation for a given polarisation. The exponent of the usual power law of frequency scaling of attenuation is 1.93±0.15 (SD) in the 11¿17 GHz frequency range.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:21 ,  Issue: 19 )

Date of Publication:

September 12 1985

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