The Mobile-Radio Signal Environment


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The Mobile-Radio Signal Environment
1010507The Mobile-Radio Signal Environment
<emphasis role="bold">The Mobile-Radio Communication Medium</emphasis> Radio signals transmitted from a mobile-radio base station are not only subject to the same significant propagation-path losses that are encountered in other types of atmospheric propagations, but are also subject to the path-loss effects of terrestrial propagation. Terrestrial losses are greatly affected by the general topography of the terrain. The low mobile-antenna height, usually very close to ground level, c…
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William C. Y. Lee: Mobile Communications Engineering: Theory and Applications, Second Edition. The Mobile-Radio Signal Environment, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 1998 1982), AccessEngineering Export