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Planning of line-of-sight radio relay systems - Part 1

Planning of line-of-sight radio relay systems - Part 1

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Planning of line-of-sight radio relay systems - Part 1 - Ingvar Henne
Planning of line-of-sight radio relay systems - Part 1 - Ingvar Henne

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The cover page illustration showsfading activity on a path in Botswana.The measurements are performed at6.8 GHz in August 1993. Input levelsfor main- and space receiver areplotted with a time scale of 5hours/page-width. The front pageshows deep fades during the night,and the back shows the afternoonactivity with a distinct drop in signallevel at sunset.Printed in Bergen 1999
Preface to the second editioni
Something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue.Here we go again. To our amazement all the copies of the first edition havebeen swept away and we have taken this golden opportunity to make aslightly enhanced version of the book. The first edition came into being in1994 and since then there has been changes to the performance objectives,the prediction models and the way we utilise the wireless medium. Therecent rapid growth in the telecommunication sector has been veryfavourable for radio relays. Radio relays have now found their way intoboth the backbone and the access network. The current trend is to usehigher frequencies and more spectrum-efficient techniques. These changesare reflected in the new edition of the book. Since 1994 we have alsoperformed some more field measurements and they have been included in
to the text where appropriate under the motto: “seeing is believing”.The following topics are new in the second edition:
The field survey chapter (chapter 4) has been rewritten
New recommendations (chapter 5) likeITU-T G.827, ITU-R F.1189, F.1092 & F.1397
Atmospheric attenuation (chapter 7)
New rainmaps (chapter 8)
New ITU-R multipath fading prediction model (chapter 9)
New ITU-R diversity models (chapter 10)
Cross-polar interference (chapter 11)
Survey of frequency plans (chapter 14)September, 99Ingvar Henne & Per Thorvaldsen

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