Glenn S. Feldhake

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In June 1996, Working Party 3M of the ITU-R presented research comparing the estimations of 10 rain attenuation models with the 186 station years of earth-space propagation data contained within the ITU-R database known as DBSG5. Now, twenty-one station years of new data taken exclusively in the Ka band (20.185 GHz and 27.505 GHz) across North America are(More)
The objective of the NASA ACTS Propagation Experiment is to develop long term statistics and prediction modeling techniques for advanced satellite system design. The ACTS satellite has two beacons which illuminate North America. The experiment has seven identical receiver terminals at different locations. Each receiver terminal has meteorological sensors,(More)
At frequencies above 10 GHz, traditional techniques for estimating losses due to atmospheric effects focus on the dominant source of fading, rain attenuation. An approach different from the traditional procedure for calculating attenuation in considered in this paper. Distributions of attenuation were derived for a theoretical system operating in the(More)
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