Propagation Engineering in Radio Links Design

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Springer Science & Business Media, Feb 16, 2013 - Technology & Engineering - 549 pages
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This book addresses propagation phenomena in satellite, radar, broadcasting, short range , trans-horizon and several recent modes of communications in radio links. Also, it includes some topics on antennas , radio noises and improvement techniques. The book provides the necessary basic matters, as well as experimental results and calculation procedures for radio link design.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction to Radiowaves Propagation
1
Chapter 2 Antennas and Passive Reflectors
41
Chapter 3 Radiowave Propagation in Satellite Communication
124
Chapter 4 Wireless Broadcasting
211
Chapter 5 TransHorizon Radiowaves Propagation
271
Chapter 6 Propagation of Radar Waves
299
Chapter 7 ShortRange Radio Communications
366
Chapter 8 Noise in Radiowave Propagation
421
Chapter 9 Improvement Techniques in Radiowave Reception
473
Appendix A Logarithmic System of Units
523
Appendix B ITUR Recommendations PSeries
528
Appendix C Acronyms
533
References
539
Index
542
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Abdollah Ghassemi is Managing Director, TEC Consultants
Ali Abedi is an Associate Professor at the University of Maine Farshid Ghassemi is a Research Assistant at Georgia Tech