AN EMPIRICAL MODEL TO OVERCOME THE ATTENUATION CAUSED DUE TO RAIN

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Published Aug 23, 2021
Alekhya Bandi Kartheek Ram reddy N Kartheek Ram reddy N swathi d Harsha vardhan Sai Barghav k

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Abstract— Satellite signals are sent through higher recurrence groups are affected because of climatic impacts, especially those brought about by rain fade. Site decent variety used to improve the dependability of such signals by constraining the air impacts. Decent variety conspire is generally utilized for frequencies in the Ka, Ku levels. Satellite signal attenuation prediction models due to rain are of various types such as Gaussian copula model, Lin model, Clayton Model, Hodge model and ITUR models. These various prediction models plays a significant role toovercome the attenuation caused due to rain. This paper discusses on the behavior of various attenuationtechniques before& after application of site diversity. 

Keywords—Site Diversity-Rainfade-Attenuation-ITU-R-Empirical model

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Bandi, A., N, K. R. reddy, N, K. R. reddy, d, swathi, Harsha vardhan, & k, S. B. (2021). AN EMPIRICAL MODEL TO OVERCOME THE ATTENUATION CAUSED DUE TO RAIN. SPAST Abstracts, 1(01). Retrieved from https://spast.org/techrep/article/view/123
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site diversity, rainfade, attenuation, ITU-R, Emperical model

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GE3- Computers & Information Technology