propagation loss


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propagation loss

[‚präp·ə′gā·shən ‚lȯs]
(communications)
The attenuation of signals passing between two points of a transmission path.
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Since the propagation loss of radiated electromagnetic noise depends on the parasitic capacitance value, adjust the parasitic capacitance value so that the propagation loss of radiated electromagnetic noise in the automobile test system can be realized.
3) The propagation loss model can be sophisticated to better reflect the particularities of other scenarios (e.
Figure 3(b) shows the corresponding propagation loss coverage diagram calculated by the terrain parabolic equation.
4 that under the same area assumption, both "ultra-wide" and "ultra-narrow" tunnels cause high propagation loss and thus may not be suited for radio communications at these frequencies.
In [3-5], the propagation loss is given for different scenarios and mechanisms.
Propagation loss and scattering are serious limitations to the frequency of interrogation.
The measured results show that this polycarbonate material exhibits several merits, including low propagation loss, high heat resistance, good film formation performance, ease processability, and excellent toughness property.
link] = propagation loss over the link due to all causes(dB)
Optional amplitude control provides the appropriate propagation loss.
Sekiguchi, "Radio wave propagation loss in the VHF to microwave region due to vehicles in tunnels," IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility, vol.
The presented model is based on the Ray Tracing (RT) method, which is widely used for the calculation of propagation loss.
Otherwise the whole network planning solution will still be wrong even though the propagation loss in each zone is modeled correctly.