Handbook on Ground Wave Propagation
The Handbook on ground wave propagation is of special interest for communication, particularly broadcasting, at the lower frequencies where the mode has been in use for more than 90 years. It deals with fundamentals and theory, wide-scale considerations and prediction methods used for compatibility assessments and planning procedures. Smaller scale variability, which may be of major importance in assessing the quality of services, is also treated. The topics of measurements and phase are also covered.
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