Performance Analysis and Simulation of Rain Attenuation Models at 12–40 GHz Band for an Earth Space Path over Indian Cities

  • Parth Panchal, Rutvij Joshi
  • Procedia Computer Science, January 2016, Elsevier
  • DOI: 10.1016/j.procs.2016.03.110

Rain Attenuation over Indian Cities

What is it about?

Keeping in mind the end goal to exploit present day space communications innovation, acknowledgment of a household correspondence satellite framework with impressive communication limit at Ku–band is attainable. Climate is exceptionally unverifiable and labile hydrometeor activities make issue in a satellite communication. The real issue connected with the communication links at these high frequency radio waves is the rain attenuation estimation. In this paper, a performance analysis and simulation of rain attenuation models is shown for frequency range of 12–40 GHz over ESCL at real urban communities of India by considering information of NSS–6 satellite.

Why is it important?

As the shortage of the radio spectrum infers challenges in the Earth–Space Communication Link (ESCL) particularly in satellite communication, it is important to gauge the measure of attenuation to guarantee proficient usage of the spectrum. By the shortage in the frequency spectrum, the coming period will request more information to be exchanged at unquestionably more speed. Furthermore, this will interest for the higher frequencies.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2016.03.110

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