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Telecommunications and Radio Engineering

DOI: 10.1615/TelecomRadEng.v68.i17.20
pages 1503-1510

Research in Centimeter Radio Wave Propagation with Evaporation Duct Present

I. M. Mytsenko
O.Ya. Usikov Institute for Radiophysics and Electronics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, 12, Academician Proskura St., Kharkiv 61085, Ukraine

RÉSUMÉ

The attenuation factor of a centimeter wavelength signal versus the path length is studied considering the evaporation duct presence in different regions of the World’s ocean. An empirical dependence has been derived between the evaporation duct height and the direct signal attenuation at different path lengths. An experimentally sampled technique is suggested to determine the attenuation factor, which is used for ship borne radar range diagnosis and prediction.

RÉFÉRENCES

  1. Mytsenko, I.M., Royenko, А.N., and Khomenko, S.I., Range diagnosis and prediction for ship borne radars in the 3 cm wave band.

  2. Richter, J.H., and Hitney, H.V., The effect of the evaporation duct on microwave propagation.

  3. Anderson, K.D., Evaporation duct effects on moderate range propagation over the sea at 10 and 1.7 cm wave lengths.

  4. Steven, S.Y. Ceorge, and Carton, J.A., A New Model of the Oceanic Evaporation Duct.

  5. Mytsenko, I.M., Pankratov, L.S., and Khomenko, S.I., Experimental study of the range of a ship borne navigation centimeter wave radar in World’s ocean regions.

  6. Gavrilov, A.S., and Petrov, Yu.S., Near-water atmospheric layer calculation techniques as applied to problems of radio location over the ocean.

  7. Rotheram, S., Radiowave propagation in the evaporation duct.

  8. Kostina, V.L., Mytsenko, I.M., Royenko, А.N., and Khomenko, S.I., Investigation into radio wave attenuation in the EHF range in World’s ocean regions.

  9. Mytsenko, I.M., Distance dependences of meter, decimeter and centimeter wave attenuation factor in World’s ocean regions.


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