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.
References in periodicals archive ?
The acoustic propagation path is monitored as it propagates over the surface of any material.
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.
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.
The effects of tin grain orientation on shock performance, interconnect stability, and crack propagation path with and without palladium are discussed.
Comparison of empirical propagation path loss models for fixed wireless access systems.
He emphasizes the primary role of the antenna-to-antenna propagation path in the overall performance of these systems.
This study thus concluded that the Karasawa prediction model can be best used for predicting overall propagation impairment regarding scintillation on the Malaysian propagation path.
A particularly important aim was to record the stress wave propagation path using two-dimensional and three-dimensional (3D) maps.
This permits the user not only to test the DUT, but also the passive component, as it is now made part of the signal propagation path.
Wavelength and objects in the propagation path partially dictate performance.
Figure 1a shows the crack propagation path in mixed-mode loading of an isotropic material.