Propagation Effects Handbook for Satellite Systems Design Fifth Edition Section 2 Prediction

@inproceedings{Ippolito2005PropagationEH,
  title={Propagation Effects Handbook for Satellite Systems Design Fifth Edition Section 2 Prediction},
  author={Louis J. Ippolito},
  year={2005}
}
PREFACE This Fifth Edition of the Propagation Effects Handbook for Satellite Systems Design continues the long process of a continuing NASA commitment to provide a comprehensive reference document which provides the latest information on atmospheric propagation effects and how they impact satellite communications system design and performance. I have been fortunate to have been involved with the Propagation Handbook project since its inception, and this Fifth Edition continues on with the… CONTINUE READING
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