George A. Hufford; Francis K. Steele


This is a supplementary fifth part to a series of reports containing tabulations and graphs of transmission loss data resulting from propagation experiments which have emphasized the UHF frequency band. The first four reports described data taken in various regions of Colorado. The present report concerns measurements taken at about the same time in the Piedmont region of Virginia and North Carolina. Data are presented for 283 paths varying in length from 0.5 to 120 km.

Raw data from measurements described in this report is available for download here.

Keywords: irregular terrain; radio propagation; elevated antennas; UHF propagation data

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