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2011 (Vol. 3, Issue: 07)
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Atmospheric Propagation and Measurable Effects in Microwave Range Transmission

K. Sudhakar and M.V. Subramanyam
Corresponding Author:  K. Sudhakar 

Key words:  Atmospheric variation, measurable effect, humidity, millmeteric wave, , ,
Vol. 3 , (07): 596-601
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2011 March, 28 2011 May, 13 2011 July, 25
Abstract:

The main aim of this study is to find out the effect on the microwave transmission as it propagates through the atmosphere. Atmospheric variation has been shown to cause measurable effects on the propagation of microwave and millimeter-wave signals. Although these effects are not as strong as those encountered at visible wavelengths because of their variations in frequency, the contribution of the humidity structure function makes these effects significant for many applications. This paper presents the calculations and measurements of the effects of atmospheric variation on millimeter wave signals at GHz range.
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K. Sudhakar and M.V. Subramanyam, 2011. Atmospheric Propagation and Measurable Effects in Microwave Range Transmission.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 3(07): 596-601.
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