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II Statement of Work in Progress Relevant to In-
vestigations of the Propagation of Radio Waves
Through the Troposphere.
III Microwave Propagation Research at Signal Re-
search & Development Establishment.

SRDE

Sept. 26 1944

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Sept. 28 1944

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Oct. 2 1944

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Oct. 2 1944

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AC 7019/
USW
or JEIA 6464
AC 7020/
USW
or JEIA 6463
AC 7021/
USW
or JEIA 6462
AC 7022/
USW
or JEIA 6461
AC 7023/
USW
or JEIA 6460
AC 7024/
USW
or JEIA 6459
AC 7025/
USW
or JEIA 6458
AC 7026/
USW
AC 7027/
USW
AC 7028/
USW

Oct. 2 1944

TRE

Oct. 2 1944

E. C. S. Megaw
(GEC)

Oct. 16 1944

F. Hoyle

VIII Present States of Theoretical Study of Radio
Propagation Through the Troposphere by the Math-
ematics Group.
IX Review of Short-Period Experimental Studies of
Centimetre Wave Propagation, Carried out Jointly
by ASE, SRDE and GEC.
X Study of Cm. Wave Propagation over Cardigan
Bay to Mount Snowden.
XI Study of Reflection Coefficient of the Sea at
Centimetre Wavelengths.
XII K, X, and S (LLANDUDNO) Trials—General
Summary of the Experimental Results obtained
which are Concerned with the Dependence of Radio
Propagation on Meteorological Conditions.
XIII Progress Report on 369 Trials by DNMS.

F. Hoyle

Oct. 14 1944 Oct. 14 1944 Oct. 14 1944

TRE &
RRDE

DNMS

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Oct. 16 1944

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Bib. No.

Title

Author or Source

Number

Date

pp 141-176

3.000 STANDARD ATMOSPHERE PROPAGATION (continued)
Sphere, with Applications to Radiotelegraphy and
the Theory of the Rainbow. Part I
The Diffraction of Electro-magnetic Waves from an H. Bremmer

Phil. Mag.
Electrical Point Source Round a Finitely Conducting Balth. Van Der Pol Vol. 24
Sphere, with Applications to Radiotelegraphy and the
Theory of the Rainbow. Part II
The Propagation of Radio Waves over a Finitely H. Bremmer

Phil. Mag.
Conducting Spherical Earth. Part III

Balth. Van Der Pol Vol. 25

Supp. Nov. 1937

pp 825-864

June 1938

pp 817-837

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Phil. Mag.
Vol. 27

March 1939

pp 261-275

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July 19 1941 Nov. 1941

3.006 R

Marconi

3.007

K. A. Norton

The Calculation of Ground-Wave Field Intensity
over a Finitely Conducting Spherical Earth.

Dec.
1941

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TRE
T 1430
Marconi
Appendix
RD 456A
Proc. IRE
Vol. 29
pp 623-639
TRE
M/36
RL-
C-1
BTL
MM-42-
160-54
TRE
M/45/HGB
Calibration
Memo No. 54
or JEIA
7773
BTL
MM-42-
160-70
RL-
C-2
RL-
C-3
RL-
C4
RL-
C-5
ASE
M 448
BRL
Section E
Tech. Rep. 383
CESL
No. T-13

3.013 S

C. R. Burrows

July 9 1942

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Bib. No.

Title

Author or Source

Number

Date

3.021 C

Oct. 1942

3.022 S

3.023

Nov. 3 1942 Jan. 1943 Feb. 12 1943 Feb. 25 1943

3.024 S

3.025 S

3.026 S

Apr. 6 1943

3.027 S

May 10 1943

3.028 S

3.029 S

July 26 1943 Aug. 11 1943 Aug. 27 1943 Sept. 1 1943

3.030 C

3.000 STANDARD ATMOSPHERE PROPAGATION (continued) VHF Field Strength Curves for Propagation within G. J. Camfield Radio/279 the Line of Sight.

RAE

RAE Ref:
Radio/s. 2111/

OPE 16
Relation of Radar Range to Frequency and Polar J. A. Stratton

RL-
ization.

R. A. Hutner

C-6 1 to 10 Cm. Propagation Curves.

G. Millington Marconi

TR 460
Properties of the Diffracted Wave Field Intensity. R. A. Hutner

RL-
E. Lyman

C-8
The Effect of Earth Curvature on the Performance TRE

TRE
Diagram of an RDF Station.

29/R102/

LGHH
Radar Height Finding.

R. A. Hutner

RL-
H. Dodson

C-9
J. Gill
B. Howard
F. Parker

J. A. Stratton
Technical Requirements for GCI Search Systems. L. J. Chu

TCAW
Technical Requirements for Early Warning Radar N. H. Frank

1 and 2
Systems.

RL
Low-Angle Coverage of Early Warning Radar Sys N. H. Frank

TCAW-3
tems.

RL
Factors Relating to the Design of an RDF Air Warn F. J. Kerr

CSIR-RL
ing Set.

RP 187
A Graphical Method of Computing the Bending of H. Raymond

CESL
Radio Beams by the Effective Earth Radius Method.

No. T-14
Transmission at Low Altitudes over Sea Water.

R. A. Hutner

RL
F. Parker

C-10
B. Howard
H. Dodson

J. Gill
Radio-Frequency Propagation Above the Earth's P. F. Godley, Jr. RCA Lab.
Surface.

Rep. No.
895-5
Div. 15

OEMsr-895
Field Intensity Formulas.

R. A. Hutner

RL-
H. Dodson

C-11
J. Gill
F. Parker

B. Howard
Propagation Curves.

BTL

NDRC (See 3.046)

Div. 15

966-6A
Note on Field Intensity Computations for Elevated M. C. Gray

BTL
Antennas. Case 20878.

MM-43

110-28 The Calculation of Expected Vertical Coverage Dia M. Sherman

CESL grams.

Revised by

T-17

W. S. McAfee
Charts for Use in Field Intensity Computations. K. Bullington

NDRC

Proj. C-79
Notes on Visibility Problems, Taking Account of the English

AORG
Curvature of the Earth.

AORG

No. 152 Simplified Methods of Field Intensity Calculations in W. T. Fishback RL 461 the Interference Region.

3.031 s

3.032 S

Sept. 11 1943

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Ideal Field Intensity Distribution in the Vertical
Plane for Transmitting or Receiving Antennas when
Each has the Same Pattern.
Propagation Curves.
(Issue 3-Replacing Previous Issues.)

3.046 R

BTL

Oct. 1944

3.047 C

C. R. White

Field Strength Calculator for Vertical Coverage Pat-
terns and Propagation Curves.

Dec. 20 1944

3.048 C

Balth. Van Der Pol

bTheoretische Resultaten over de Voorplanting Van
Radiogolven.

NDRC
Div. 15-
Report
966-6C
CESL
Tech. Memo
No. 154-E
Natuurkundig
Laboratorium
N. V. Philips
Gloeilampen
Fabrieken,
Eindhoven,
Holland
CSIR-RL
RP 174
ORS(ADGB)
Radar Memo
No. 50 or
JEIA-7766
TRE
T 1704

Aug. 1941 Trans. Apr. 14 1945

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Theory of the Vertical Field Patterns for RDF Sta-
tions.
Height/Range Alpha Tables (Tables Relating to the
Height, Range and Angle of Elevation of an Air-
craft.)
(See 3.012.)
The Calculation of Field Strength for Vertical Polar-
ization over Land and Sea on 20 to 80 Megacycles per
Second.
Field Intensity Contours in Generalized Coordinates.

3.051 R

A. M. Woodward

3.052 C

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