Institute for Telecommunication Sciences
the research laboratory of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration

Evan J. Dutton; Francis K. Steele

Abstract: This report presents an extensive bibliography, categorized by effect, of radio propagation through the atmosphere, for the frequency region of 10 to 300 GHz. Preceding the bibliographic presentation is an article-by-article synopsis of that literature which is particularly pertinent to the prospective atmospheric propagation effects modeler. Thus, it should tend to serve as a bridge between earlier modeling efforts (done on a worldwide basis at these frequencies) and needs of future modelers searching for background material for a model foundation.

Keywords: propagation; radio; millimeter wave; atmospheric effects; bibliography; microwave; modeling


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