Wireless Channel Characterization: Modeling the 5 GHz Microwave Landing System Extension Band for Future Airport Surface Communications

@inproceedings{Matolak2006WirelessCC,
  title={Wireless Channel Characterization: Modeling the 5 GHz Microwave Landing System Extension Band for Future Airport Surface Communications},
  author={David W. Matolak and Rafael Apaza and Lawrence Robert Foore},
  year={2006}
}
1 This work was supported by NASA Glenn Research Center, under award number NNC04GB45G. D. W. Matolak, I. Sen, W. Xiong School of EECS Avionics Engineering Center Ohio University Athens, OH 45701 phone: 740.593.1241 fax: 740.593.0007 matolak@ohiou.edu R. Apaza Federal Aviation Admin. Aviation Research Office Belleville, MI phone: 734.955.5190 fax: 734.955.5273 rafael.Apaza@faa.gov L. Foore NASA Glenn Research Center Cleveland, OH 44135 phone: 216.433.2346 fax: 216.433.3478 Lawrence.R.Foore@grc… CONTINUE READING

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