Satellite-to-Ground Radiowave Propagation. Edition No. 2. Electromagnetics and Radar - Product Image

Satellite-to-Ground Radiowave Propagation. Edition No. 2. Electromagnetics and Radar

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This book is a follow-up to the award-winning first edition and is written as a comprehensive guide for those who need to obtain a working knowledge of radiowave propagation on satellite-to-ground links at frequencies above 1 GHz and as a reference book for experts in the field. To accomplish this, expanded sections of explanatory text, copiously illustrated, enable an undergraduate or non-specialist to grasp the fundamentals involved. An extensive reference list permits the expert to go to the source material should the level of enquiry go beyond the level of this book.

The book is broken down into chapters that deal with the major propagation phenomena classes. After a broad introductory chapter, there are extensively updated chapters on ionospheric effects, clear air effects, attenuation effects and depolarisation effects. New chapters on mobile communications effects and optical communications effects are followed by a chapter on restoration of performance during impairments.

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- Chapter 1: Radiowave Earth-space communications
- Chapter 2: Ionospheric effects
- Chapter 3: Clear-air effects
- Chapter 4: Attenuation effects
- Chapter 5: Depolarization effects
- Chapter 6: Mobile satellite service propagation effects
- Chapter 7: Optical communications propagation effects
- Chapter 8: Restoration of performance during signal impairments
- Appendices
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J.E. Allnutt

J.E. Allnutt holds a B.Sc. and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering. Jeremy has worked for several prestigious global satellite companies including the International Telecommunications Satellite Organization (INTELSAT) in Washington, DC, where he worked for 15 years running experimental programs worldwide, finishing as chief of the Communications Research Section. Jeremy has held several eminent roles at various universities and in August 2000 he moved to George Mason University, becoming director of the new MS in Computer Forensics program in 2008. Jeremy Allnutt has published over 100 papers in conferences and journals and written two books. He is a Fellow of both the IET and the IEEE.

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