RESEARCH ON ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE PROPAGATION EFFECTS IN DYNAMIC SITUATIONS
TEXAS UNIV AUSTIN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING RESEARCH LAB
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Research is presented on the propagation of millimeter waves in the 100 to 160 kmc frequency range. Fundamental reflex klystron energy will be used for transmitter signals and superheterodyne mixing between 100 and 120 kmc. Crystal harmonic generation and detection will be used for the investigations in the frequency interval between 120 and 160 kmc. The investigation of prime interest - the attenuation and propagation characteristics around the 118.7 kmc range are, however, covered by the fundamental frequency klystrons.