The mobile radio propagation channel
By equipping the reader with a thorough understanding of the physical processes that underlie the propagation of radio waves, this systematic approach will prove to be an authoritative and attractive text for researchers, systems designers, university academics and postgraduate students.
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FUNDAMENTALS OF VHF AND UHF PROPAGATION
PROPAGATION OVER IRREGULAR TERRAIN
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