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Consideration of the usefulness of microwave propagation prediction methods on air-to-ground paths

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2 Author(s)
Almond, T. ; Royal Signals & Radar Establishment, Malvern, UK ; Clarke, J.

Air-to-ground propagation paths are used by many microwave equipments such as sensors, counter-measures and communications. Prediction methods for the coverage of these equipments have been studied elsewhere using powerful numerical modelling techniques. A fundamental consideration is the availability of sufficient and accurate atmospheric data. A review of the possible measurement techniques is given and their suitability for operational use is considered. It is concluded that, in the general case, a high spatial sampling rate is likely to be necessary for any successful exploitation of the prediction methods. The most likely area for application of such methods are open sea-regions where airborne assets with environmental sensors can be freely manoeuvred.

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Communications, Radar and Signal Processing, IEE Proceedings F  (Volume:130 ,  Issue: 7 )

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December 1983

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