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Tabulations of propagation data over irregular terrain in the 75- to 8400-MHz frequency range.

G. A. Hufford

Tabulations of propagation data over irregular terrain in the 75- to 8400-MHz frequency range.

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Telecommunications and Information Administration, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in Boulder, Colo, Springfield, VA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radio wave propagation

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGeorge A. Hufford, Francis K. Steele.
    SeriesNTIA report -- 91-282., NTIA report -- 91-282.
    ContributionsSteele, F. K., United States. National Telecommunications and Information Administration.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 300 p. :
    Number of Pages300
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14684853M

    Digital Terrain Elevation Data (DTED) Level 2 is a high resolution source of raw elevation data produced and distributed by the U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA), formerly the . using radar precipitation data. The study site is the ,km2 area covered by the state of Texas in the United States. With the understanding that the Next Generation Radar (NEXRAD) data, the radar precipitation data distributed by the United States National Weather Service (NWS), are the best. The first thing to do is to collect all the data needed for the analysis. USGS (The National Map Viewer) is a great source for DEMs. With a little help from research, picked three locations that may qualify as flat terrain (Everglades, Florida), hilly terrain (San Francisco, California), and mountainous terrain (Grand Canyon, Arizona). Interpolation A method of constructing new data values at user specified postings within the range of a discrete set of known data points. Profile A vertical 3D cross section of a sample of topography, often to show surface form. Relief Highest minus the lowest elevation on a section of terrain. Slope Rate of increase of elevation along a surface.


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Tabulations of propagation data over irregular terrain in the 75- to 8400-MHz frequency range. by G. A. Hufford Download PDF EPUB FB2

TABULATIONS OF PROPAGATION DATA OVER IRREGULAR TERRAIN IN THE TO MHz FREQUENCY RANGE Part V: Virginia G. Hufford and F. Steele∗ This is a supplementary fifth part to a series of reports containing tab-ulations and graphs of transmission loss data resulting from propagation experiments which have emphasized the UHF frequency band.

Tabulations of propagation data over irregular terrain in the to MHz frequency range. Part 5: Virginia Hufford, G. : George A. Hufford. George A. Hufford, Francis K. Steele, Tabulations of propagation data over irregular terrain in the to MHz frequency range Part 5: Virginia, NTIA Technical Report TR, December ; Spot measurements for UHF frequencies ( MHz) with antenna heights of 3 meters or less.

Measurements were made in the summer of from. A Point Mugu Sea Range Technical Parameters and Simulation Results. Titled: “TABULATIONS OF PROPAGATION DATA OVER IRREGULAR. TERRAIN IN THE TO MHZ FREQUENCY RANGE - PART V.

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McQuate, M. McClanahan, and J. Harman (page images at HathiTrust). A GUIDE TO THE USE OF THE ITS IRREGULAR TERRAIN MODEL IN THE AREA PREDICTION MODE George A Hufford, Anita G. Longley, and William A. Kissick* The ITS model of radio propagation for frequencies between 20 MHz and 20 GHz (the Longley-Rice model) is a general purpose model that can be applied to a large variety of engineering problems.

The model. When the request is completed, the site creates a Terrain Profile Result which has a link to the ZIP file containing the terrain profile files ( of them, one for each degree of azimuth) together with an explanation of the source of the terrain data for this profile.

uses two different sources of elevation data. The Pyramid Level Definition window defines the z-tolerance or window size and reference scale of one or more pyramid levels that will be added to the terrain dataset.

The values are given in space-delimited pairs, one pair for each level. The z-tolerance can be specified as a floating point value. The reference scale must be provided as a whole number (for example, a value of 24, A Guide to the Use of the ITS Irregular Terrain Model in the Area Prediction Mode Abstract: The ITS model of radio propagation for frequencies between 20 MHz and 20 GHz (the Longley-Rice model) is a general purpose model that can be applied to a large variety of engineering problems.

which is based on electromagnetic theory and on. GIS Fundamentals Lab Terrain Analysis 1 Lab Terrain Analyses What You’ll Learn: Basic terrain analysis functions, including watershed, viewshed, and profile processing.

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V (Propagation in non-ionized media), Genf: ITURee. (VHF and UHF propagation curves for the frequency range from 30 MHz to MHz).

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Land area calculation. Calculating areas of irregular polygons is a non-trivial task without sophisticated surveying instruments. One way to calculate areas of such plots, is to break them into a number of triangular-shaped plots as in image shown below and then find the area of each triangle using Heron's formula and sum them up.

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The region is Z ij, Z p p = 1 R ∑d p – n d p – n p = 1 R ∑ = At the heart of terrain analysis is the raw elevation data, which may have been collected in a variety of ways.

In the past all topographic data was collected by surveyors using instruments such as the level, transit and theodolite (click here for further links to land surveying information from the Huntinton Technology Group.).

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The code in this tutorial is based off the Color Mapped Terrain tutorial. Terrains use a TIN data structure to represent surfaces. A terrain dataset is a TIN-based dataset that uses geodatabase feature classes as data sources. A Triangulated Irregular Network (TIN) is a data structure used to model surfaces such as elevation as a connected network of triangles.

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