0 ° C isotherm height distribution for Earth-space communication satellite links in Nigeria

@inproceedings{Ojo20140C,
  title={0 ° C isotherm height distribution for Earth-space communication satellite links in Nigeria},
  author={Joseph Sunday Ojo and S E Falodun},
  year={2014}
}
For an optimum performance of Earth-space satellite communication links, a number of meteorological parameters are needed to be considered along the Earth-space path for specific locations and the height of the 0°C isotherm (freezing level height) is among such parameters. Information regarding this parameter is always based on the recommendation of ITU-RP-839 in the form of contour maps. Since the meteorological parameters are location dependent, there is a need for the establishment of these… CONTINUE READING

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