propagation path

propagation path

[‚präp·ə′gā·shən ‚path]
(communications)
A path between receiver and transmitter including direct tropospheric scatter, ionospheric scatter, E-layer skip, and F1-layer and F2-layer skip and echo.
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To further explore the above study results, the radiated electromagnetic noise propagation path was investigated with a focus on the difference of the location of parasitic capacitance between the component test system and the automobile test system.
In addition to being the primary platform for collecting over-water meteorological measurements, the R/V accommodated eight RF receivers for measuring propagation path loss at four frequencies, as described in the section on meteorological measurements.
The LOS propagation path can range from hundreds of meters up to tens of kilo -meters [7].
A distinct feature is the presence of a relatively large amount of facets on the fatigue crack propagation path, especially for the specimens tested in dry air, Figures 6(a) and 6(b).
Also, the formation of damage within the propagation path of the AE wave is likely to add some disturbance to the amplitude and frequency content of the signal.
Actual] of the current propagation path, in the case of [N.
One of the important features of the temporal characteristic is the propagation path delay (PPD).
The different types of drop failure of PBGA solder joints before and after EM, including the position of initiation and the propagation path of cracks, are discussed on the basis of the growth behavior of interfacial IMC.
Wassell, "Comparison of empirical propagation path loss models for fixed wireless access systems", in Conf.
For example, in Figure 5, the propagation path B [right arrow] A is an effective path, but the propagation path A [right arrow] B is not effective.
Link budget is to estimate the coverage capability of a system by reviewing all kind of influence factors in the propagation path of the forward or reverse link.
Because of the fact that the large metallic body of a cargo ship could fully block the propagation path and make the communication link almost impossible when a mobile vessel (e.