Intersystem interference on horizontally polarized radio signals in tropical climate

  title={Intersystem interference on horizontally polarized radio signals in tropical climate},
  author={John Sunday Ojo and Shaibal K. Sarkar and Adekunle Titus Adediji},
The nature and characteristics of tropical rainfall have called for the need to investigate horizontally polarized radio signals from Earth-to-Satellite link and to estimate intersystem interference due to hydrometeor in the tropical climate. Two rain cells, Awaka and Capsoni models, are used and results obtained from these models are compared. A difference of 5 dB has been observed between effective transmission loss (Le) and transmission loss (L) for Awaka model, whereas it is about 8 dB for… CONTINUE READING

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