standard propagation

standard propagation

[′stan·dərd ‚präp·ə′gā·shən]
(electromagnetism)
Propagation of radio waves over a smooth spherical earth of specified dielectric constant and conductivity, under conditions of standard refraction in the atmosphere.
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In 3G network planning, the standard propagation model (SPM) is used to define the local environment in a precise way.
Contrarily to CED predictions, a negligible retardation of bound EM fields was observed in the near zone whereas at larger distances (the far zone) bound field had already standard propagation velocity c equal to that of radiation fields.
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