PROPAGATION OF RADIO WAVES OVER A STRATIFIED GROUND

@inproceedings{Wait1953PROPAGATIONOR,
  title={PROPAGATION OF RADIO WAVES OVER A STRATIFIED GROUND},
  author={James R. Wait},
  year={1953}
}
The propagation of vertically polarized radio waves over a horizontally stratified medium is investigated. A general expression for the “wave tilt” is derived for the case of any number of layers with arbitrary properties in each layer. Numerical calculations are carried out for the special case of only two layers which show that the conductivity and dielectric constant variations of the lower layers will affect the magnitude and phase of the wave tilt. 

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