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fadeout
Fadeout due to interference between waves which have traveled different distance as well as due to disturbed ionosphere.
A type of fading in which the received signal strength is reduced to a value below the noise level of the receiver. The most common cause of fadeout is a disturbed ionosphere. Also called a radio fadeout, Dellinger effect, or Mögel-Dellinger effect.
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