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Telecommunications and Radio Engineering

DOI: 10.1615/TelecomRadEng.v63.i5.20
pages 381-387

Specific Statistical Characteristics of Three Millimeter Waves Propagating over Rough Sea

N. V. Gorbach
Radioastronomical Institurte, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine 4, Krasnosnamennaya St., Kharkov 61002, Ukraine
L. I. Sharapov
Institute of Radio Astronomy, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine 4, Krasnoznamennaya St., Kharkov 61002, Ukraine
V. G. Gutnik
2Institute of Radio Astronomy, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, 4 Mystetstv St., Kharkiv 61002, Ukraine

SINOPSIS

The paper presents some experimental data on three-millimeter radio signal fluctuations while propagating over sea surface. The amplitude fluctuations and arrival angles of the direct and reflected signals have been statistically analyzed. The matching between the experimentally obtained amplitude fading probabilities and theoretical laws has been examined. The dependences between certain surface characteristics and signal fluctuation nature have been investigated. The correlations between signals in the amplitude and the corner channels of the direction finder for point targetd have been explored. Experimental results on the amplitude and angular fluctuation spectra at sea and on land have been analyzed. A record of the average and fluctuation errors of the finders is presented.