Modeling the dynamic behavior of rain attenuation
Bottomley, Gregory Edward
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This thesis addresses the problem of predicting satellite path rain fade duration statistics for an arbitrary location, frequency, elevation angle and polarization. It summarizes the development of a dynamic stochastic model. From this model a technique is derived for predicting fade duration statistics for one site using measured attenuation data at another site. This technique is evaluated by comparing predicted and experimental results for several locations, frequencies, elevation angles and polarizations.
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