Propagation Considerations

  • Randy L. Turcotte

Abstract

In the development and design of communication systems, the communication engineer is responsible for the optimization of system performance at a reasonable cost. Channel characteristics play a major role in determining system performance. Unfortunately, the engineer has no control over these characteristics. Physical properties dictated channel characteristics and these characteristics must be considered when optimizing system performance.

Keywords

Microwave Attenuation Coherence Autocorrelation Sine 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Randy L. Turcotte
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  1. 1.TempeUSA

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