## Radio wave propagation experiments |

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It appeared possible that propagation results might be more dependent on the M

temperature. The terms "effective surface values" of temperature, mixing ratio,

and M ...

It appeared possible that propagation results might be more dependent on the M

**deficit**as computed using the 1-ft value than on that computed from the seatemperature. The terms "effective surface values" of temperature, mixing ratio,

and M ...

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The distances on the base line from the straight broken line to the arrow are the

temperature excess and humidity

corresponding quantity pertaining to index of refraction. The M

defined as ...

The distances on the base line from the straight broken line to the arrow are the

temperature excess and humidity

**deficit**respectively. There is obviously acorresponding quantity pertaining to index of refraction. The M

**deficit**may bedefined as ...

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While the details are not presented here, it is easily shown that these logarithmic

distributions demand that the height of the top of the M inversion be o where a is

the radius of the earth, Ail/ is the .1/

While the details are not presented here, it is easily shown that these logarithmic

distributions demand that the height of the top of the M inversion be o where a is

the radius of the earth, Ail/ is the .1/

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### Contents

Transmission Experiments over Massachusetts Bay | 3 |

Transmission Experiments near San Diego | 19 |

Transmission Experiments in Arizona | 29 |

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