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Radiowave amplitude scintillation intensity: Olympus satellite measurements and empirical model

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3 Author(s)
Otung, I.E. ; Centre for Satellite Eng. Res., Surry Univ., Guildford ; Mahmoud, M.S. ; Norbury, J.R.

The authors summarise the results of a 1 year measurement of earth-space radiowave amplitude scintillation using the Olympus satellite 20 GHz beacon signal received at Sparsholt (51.585°N. 1.5033°W), UK at a path elevation of 28.74°. The diurnal and seasonal trends of scintillation intensity are discussed. A generalised semi-empirical model is obtained, which gives excellent fit to the observed cumulative distribution of scintillation intensity

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:31 ,  Issue: 21 )

Date of Publication:

12 Oct 1995

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