radio attenuation

radio attenuation

[′rād·ē·ō ə‚ten·yə′wā·shən]
(electromagnetism)
For one-way propagation, the ratio of the power delivered by the transmitter to the transmission line connecting it with the transmitting antenna to the power delivered to the receiver by the transmission line connecting it with the receiving antenna.
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Calculation of the Parameter of Radio Attenuation Troposferic for rain in the Frequencies of 0.
The fundamental purpose of this investigation is to study the troposferic attenuation due to rain that affect radio link in the Apure State in order to obtain as a result the attenuation in function of the frequency and the rain intensity monthly registered, through a information gathering of the meteorological stations located in this state to know their climatic behavior and subsequently to calculate the Parameter of radio attenuation for a range frequencies from 0.
In addition, OKI was able to prevent radio attenuation caused by the human body when a 5GHz bandwidth DSRC communication device is incorporated in a mobile phone.