Cochannel Interference in Satellite Communication Systems Derived from Rain Attenuation Measurements at 20 GHz

@article{Matricciani1996CochannelII,
  title={Cochannel Interference in Satellite Communication Systems Derived from Rain Attenuation Measurements at 20 GHz},
  author={Emilio Matricciani and Mario Mauri},
  journal={Int. J. Satellite Communications Networking},
  year={1996},
  volume={14},
  pages={71-76}
}
This paper reports experimental results on cochannel interference during rain, derived from measurements of simultaneous and copolar rain attenuations, in the 20 GHz band, in two convergent slant paths to fixed receivers at Spino d'Adda (Northern Italy), from the geostationary satellites Olympus (19OW) and Italsat (13"E). The results show that during rain the interference can be larger than that in clear sky, with probability 0.5 and that, in this case, the interfering level / = A , -A,, (dB… CONTINUE READING
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