3 edition of Physical modelling of site diversity and its application to 20/30 GHz Earth stations found in the catalog.
Physical modelling of site diversity and its application to 20/30 GHz Earth stations
|Statement||A. Bosisio ... [et al.] ; [edited by W.R. Burke].|
|Series||ESA STM,, 255|
|Contributions||Bosisio, A., Burke, W. R.|
|LC Classifications||QC925 .P54 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 44 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||96174955|
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Paraboni's research works with 1, citations and 3, reads, including: The Physical Basis of Atmospheric Depolarization in Slant Paths in the V Band: Theory, Italsat Experiment and Models.  Since two-stations site diversity is a “classic” countermeasure that can be used as a reference, it is worthwhile nothing that for our location, 50 GHz and 40 degrees of elevation, to obtain the same performance (in terms of diversity gain) of a time diversity system with 20 min of time lag, we need a separation between the two.
preliminary analysis of a hexapod pointing system for space applications (may ) isella g. esa stm 44 pp - price 35 dfl physical modelling of site diversity and its application to 20/30 ghz earth stations (june ) bosisio a.
et al. esa str iv + 69 pp - price 50 dfl. A novel model based on the bivariate inverse Gaussian (IG) distribution is presented for the prediction of the outage performance of a dual site diversity Earth-space system.  Since two‐stations site diversity is a “classic” countermeasure that can be used as a reference, it is worthwhile nothing that for our location, 50 GHz and 40 degrees of elevation, to obtain the same performance (in terms of diversity gain) of a time diversity system with 20 min of time lag, we need a separation between the two Cited by: EXCELL , Matricciani  and Paraboni-Barbaliscia  models are well known physical prediction models of site diversity performance.
The Hodge  model is a regression model based on the. Forward modeling of an atmospheric scenario: Path characterization in terms of scattering intensity Analysis and applications of short-distance site diversity techniques for 20/30 GHz. Bosisio, A., C.
Capsoni, A. Paraboni, G. Corazza, F. Vatalaro, and E. Vassallo, Physical modelling of site diversity and its application to 20/30 GHz earth stations.
R., Some factors affecting the remote sensing of rain by polarization diversity radar in the 3- to GHz frequency range.
Primitive Equations Ocean Model. A diversity control unit coordinating the signal flow and a signal processing unit is incorporated at the master and the other earth stations respectively.
Figure 1. Conceptual model for site diversity 3. IJEEI ISSN: Site Diversity Technique Application on Rain Attenuation (Abayomi Isiaka O. Yussuff) 79 Figure 2. However, by virtue of satellite diversity, MIMO can be considered to effectively exploit the rainfall spatial inhomogeneity instead.
A physical 2 × 2 MIMO satellite channel model is assumed.  Site diversity is a fade mitigation technique where instead of one large ground station, the Earth‐space system uses two or more smaller ground stations separated in space and connected to each other by some other communications link (e.g., fiber/fixed terrestrial radio).
The spatial structure of rain results in different attenuations at. 19 hours ago Recently, Semtech has released a Long Range (LoRa) chipset which operates at the globally available GHz frequency band, on top of the existing sub-GHz, km-range offer, enabling hardware manufacturers to design region-independent chipsets.
The SX LoRa module promises an ultra-long communication range while withstanding heavy interference in this widely used band. Time diversity (TD) has recently attracted attention as a promising and cost-efficient solution for high-frequency broadcast satellite applications.
The present work proposes a general prediction model for the application of TD by approximating the time dynamics of rain attenuation through the use of the joint lognormal distribution. The proposed method is tested against experimental data and. Forward modeling of an atmospheric scenario: Path characterization in terms of scattering intensity () Specialist Meeting Microrad, Helsinki, /4/ Bosisio A.V.
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Two diversity sites are located at a distance of 5 km both looking at an elevation of 62 degrees exactly Southwards for a Ka band satellite system with downlink at GHz.
The rain attenuation in GHz that needs to be supported for % availability is dB. The objective here is to find the diversity gain for these two stations. The peer-reviewed journal Modeling Earth Systems and Environment (MESE) provides a unique publication platform by discussing interdisciplinary problems and approaches through modeling.
The focus of MESE is on modeling in earth and environment related fields, such as: earth and environmental engineering; climate change; hydrogeology; aquatic systems and functions. Site diversity refers to the communication system with two earth stations connected to a single satellite.
In this type of communication, the location of two separate earth stations depends on the fact that the effect of rain should be different at the two sites. 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 1 2 3 4 Cloud Attenuation vs.
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The estimations are done over frequency ranges from the Ku to W-band following the IEEE Standardnamely: 12, 20, 30, 50, 70 and GHz. Results are presented in Table 3 for the specific attenuation on radio wave due to cloud cover in the selected sites across Nigeria.