Accession Number : AD0436640


Title :   THE APPLICABILITY OF SIGNAL DENSITY STUDIES IN INTERFERENCE PREDICTION,


Corporate Author : PENNSYLVANIA UNIV PHILADELPHIA INST FOR COOPERATIVE RESEARCH


Personal Author(s) : Salati,O M


Report Date : 16 Dec 1963


Pagination or Media Count : 265


Abstract : This paper provides a systematic procedure for studying the problems and interactions of communications systems. The elements of such systems are coupled by a transmission medium which modifies transmitted signals linearly or nonlinearly. Extraneous signals or distrubances are introduced into the system through this medium. The resulting complex of electromagnetic fields in the medium is defined as the electromagnetic environment. The specific problems of this study are: an adequate description of the electromagnetic environment, suitable measures of it and procedures for providing, in the most efficient manner, significant data for particular purposes. (Author)


Descriptors :   *COMMUNICATION AND RADIO SYSTEMS , ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION , INTERFERENCE , ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS , MODELS , SIGNALS , RADIOFREQUENCY INTERFERENCE , NOISE(RADIO) , NOISE(RADAR) , SOURCES , MODULATION , POLARIZATION


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE