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A 500 m experimental range for propagation studies at millimetre, infrared and optical wavelengths

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A 500 m experimental range which has been constructed to carry out propagation studies at millimetre, infra-red and optical wavelengths is described. The range is a well- instrumented open-air laboratory where the transmissions are monitored simultaneously with a comprehensive set of meteorological measurements to obtain propagation data required to develop prediction models of use in the design of future communications systems. Some examples are given of studies of attenuation in rain, snow and fog, and of the effects of scintillation.

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Electronic and Radio Engineers, Journal of the Institution of  (Volume:57 ,  Issue: 5 )

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September-October 1987

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