Maximum Rain-Rate Evaluations in Aegean Archipelagos Hellas for Rain Attenuation Modeling at Microwave Frequencies

@inproceedings{Karagianni2016MaximumRE,
  title={Maximum Rain-Rate Evaluations in Aegean Archipelagos Hellas for Rain Attenuation Modeling at Microwave Frequencies},
  author={Evangelia Karagianni and Christos N. Vazouras and Evgenia H. Papageorgiou and Alexandros Sarantopoulos and Hector E. Nistazakis},
  year={2016}
}
By utilizing meteorological data such as relative humidity, temperature, pressure, rain rate and precipitation duration at eight (8) stations in Aegean Archipelagos from six recent years (2007 – 2012), the effect of the weather on electromagnetic (EM) wave propagation is studied. The EM wave propagation characteristics depend on atmospheric refractivity and consequently on Rain-Rate which vary in time and space randomly. Therefore the statistics of radio refractivity, Rain-Rate and related… CONTINUE READING

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