Required signal‐to‐interference ratios for shortwave broadcasting

@article{Lane1997RequiredSR,
  title={Required signal‐to‐interference ratios for shortwave broadcasting},
  author={G. Lane},
  journal={Radio Science},
  year={1997},
  volume={32},
  pages={2091-2098}
}
  • G. Lane
  • Published 1997
  • Computer Science
  • Radio Science
  • The required signal-to-Interference (RSI) ratio for a specified grade of HF radio service is the hourly median wanted signal power at the input of the receiver needed relative to the sum of the hourly median unwanted signal power and the hourly median radio noise power in the RF bandwidth of the receiver, adjusted so that the hourly median ratio will not fall below the RSI ratio more than a certain percentage of the time due to minute-to-minute fading within the hour. Shortwave listeners are… CONTINUE READING
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