Free Space Propagation
Electromagnetic waves differ in energy according to their wavelength. Their ability to propagate is also different in different propagation environments. In free space (vacuum) they are characterized by their ability to propagate without obstruction and without atmospheric effects. The path loss under these conditions is said to be free space path loss.
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