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eBook Effects of the use of millimeter waves on the statistics of writer-to-reader delays in military communications systems ([Report] - The Rand Corporation ; R-2633-AF) ePub

by W Sollfrey

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  • Author: W Sollfrey
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rand (1980)
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April 16, 2010 History. Published 1980 by Rand in Santa Monica, CA. Written in English.

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Military telecommunication, Millimeter wave communication systems.

Artificial satellites in telecommunication, Military telecommunication, Millimeter wave communication systems.

of the millimeter-wave multipath propagation channel are. extracted from the measurement database.

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Millimeter waves are electromagnetic (radio) waves typically defined to lie .

Millimeter waves are electromagnetic (radio) waves typically defined to lie within the frequency range of 30–300 GHz. The microwave band is just below the millimeter-wave band and is typically defined to cover the 3–30-GHz range. Millimeter waves can be used for both active and passive imaging systems. Active imaging systems primarily image the reflectivity of the person/scene including the effect of the object's shape and orientation. Passive systems form an image of the emitted millimeter-wave radiation that is the sum of energy directly emitted from the target or scene and energy that originates elsewhere and is reflected by the target or scene.

Again, descriptive statistics can be used to summarize the sample data. The use of any statistical method is valid when the system or population under consideration satisfies the assumptions of the method. However, the drawing of the sample has been subject to an element of randomness, hence the established numerical descriptors from the sample are also due to uncertainty. The second wave of the 1910s and 20s was initiated by William Sealy Gosset, and reached its culmination in the insights of Ronald Fisher, who wrote the textbooks that were to define the academic discipline in universities around the world.

wave (mmWave) communication opens up tens of giga-hertz .

wave (mmWave) communication opens up tens of giga-hertz (GHz) spectrum in the mmWave band for use by next-generation wireless systems, thereby solving the problem of spectrum scarcity. In this paper, we set out to investigate the blockage effect on the connectivity of mmWave networks in a Manhattan-type urban region modeled using a random regular lattice while base stations (BSs) are Poisson distributed in the plane. The model is suitable for the type of urban regions similar to the campus of The University of Texas at Austin, USA as shown in Fig. 1(a), characterized by random and irregular blockage distributions.

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