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Workshop on Radio Systems in Forested and/or Vegetated Environments
ARMY COMMUNICATIONS COMMAND FORT HUACHUCA AZ ADVANCED CONCEPTS OFFICE
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The purpose of the Workshop was to review the state-of-the-art in the theory of operation and design of radio systems for which the airearth interface becomes a controlling factor. Each of the twenty technical papers are presented in summary, with the name of the author, his affiliation and address for each. The papers are principally devoted to radio and radar propagation in jungles and forests, path loss predictions, electrical characteristics of the forest and earth media, and lateral wave applications. The Working Group reports cover 1 Application of Antenna and Propagation Theory 2 Spectrum Usage Below 300 MHz including UHF Radio 225-400 MHz, but exclusive of radar 3 Spectrum Usage above 300 MHz including radar above 30 MHz, but exclusive of UHF radio 225-400 MHz and, 4 Environmental Descriptions in relation to propagation and system performance modeling. Appendices provide names and addresses of all attendees, and a bibliographic summary of reports and articles from Project SEACORE, which was sponsored by the Advanced Research Projects Agency and the U. S. Army Electronics Command. Author
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