Accession Number : AD0286387
Title : THEORETICAL STUDY OF THE BANDWIDTH CAPABILITIES OF RADIO PROPAGATION MEDIA
Corporate Author : TEXAS UNIV AT AUSTIN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING RESEARCH LAB
Personal Author(s) : FANNIN, B.M.
Report Date : 31 AUG 1962
Pagination or Media Count : 1
Abstract : The question of what limitations the atmosphere may impose on the useful bandwidth for line-ofsight propagation in the centimetric-millimetric wavelength region was investigated. However, no explicit solution was obtained. The concepts fundamental to the general problem, with specific attention to the line-of-sight case, are discussed. One basic problem is the definition ofA REALLY SUITABLE, UNIQUE PARAMETER TO BE TAKEN AS THE BANDWIDTH OF A TIME-VARYING SYSTEM. Also, it is concluded that neither the single-scatter results nor the existing theories based on a multiple-scatter mechanism furnish an adequate base f r performing bandwidth calculations. (Author)
Descriptors : *ATMOSPHERES, *EXTREMELY HIGH FREQUENCY, *MICROWAVES, *PROPAGATION, *COMMUNICATION AND RADIO SYSTEMS, *SCATTERING, *SUPERHIGH FREQUENCY, .
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE