December 1968 | NTIA Technical Report ERL 65-ITS 58-2
P. L. McQuate; John M. Harman; M. E. Johnson; Albrecht P. Barsis
This is the second part of a four -part report containing tabulations and graphs of transmission loss data resulting from propagation experiments in the 230 to 9200 MHz frequency range conducted over irregular terrain in Colorado. This part describes data obtained at a single common receiver site at Fritz Peak, Colorado, over propagation paths varying in length from 3.0 to 120 km.
Raw data from measurements described in this report is available for download here.
Keywords: irregular terrain; UHF propagation through trees; UHF propagation
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