A mixed-path groundwave field-strength prediction virtual tool for digital radio broadcast systems in medium and short wave bands
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CitationSEVGİ, L. (2006). A mixed-path groundwave field-strength prediction virtual tool for digital radio broadcast systems in medium and short wave bands. IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine, 48, (4), pp. 19-27. DOI:https://dx.doi.org./10.1109/MAP.2006.1715227.
The emerging digital technologies for the communication bands from LF up to VHF - bands traditionally used by analog radio systems - necessitate revisiting early analytical propagation methods, and urge engineers to develop novel propagation prediction tools. Existing analytical propagation techniques are based on ray-mode approaches and the Millington curve-fitting approach for mixed-path propagation. These have been endorsed and are used in related ITU (formerly, CCIR) Recommendations. These techniques are discussed, with characteristic examples produced via a newly introduced MF/HF groundwave propagation prediction virtual tool (GPVT).
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