troposcatter [trō′pə skat΄ər, träp′əskat΄ər ]

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  • Troposcatter — im Vergleich mit Richtfunkstrecken …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • troposcatter — ☆ troposcatter [trō′pə skat΄ər, träp′əskat΄ər ] n. TROPOSPHERIC SCATTER * * * …   Universalium

  • troposcatter — tropˈoscatter noun The propagation of radio waves by using irregularities in the troposphere to scatter the signals beamed up by means of high powered UHF transmitters and parabolic antennas • • • Main Entry: ↑tropo …   Useful english dictionary

  • tropospheric scatter/troposcatter — The propagation of electromagnetic waves by scattering as a result of irregularities or discontinuities in the physical properties of the troposphere. At the frequencies above 150 MHz, the atmosphere has a scattering effect on electromagnetic… …   Aviation dictionary

  • TROPO — Troposcatter (Governmental » Military) …   Abbreviations dictionary

  • Tropospheric scatter — (or troposcatter) is the scattering of distant TV and FM radio stations by the troposphere so that they travel farther than the line of sight. This effect sometimes allows reception of stations up to a hundred miles away.The phenomenon has been… …   Wikipedia

  • North Atlantic Radio System — The North Atlantic Radio System (NARS) was a chain of five tropospheric scatter communication sites that stretched from Iceland to RAF Fylingdales, forming an extension of the Distant Early Warning Line (DEW Line). Contents 1 Development 2 NARS… …   Wikipedia

  • Henryk Magnuski — Henryk Władysław Magnuski (1909 1978) was a Polish telecommunications engineer who worked for Motorola in Chicago. He was the inventor of one of the first Walkie Talkies and one of the authors of his company success in the fields of radio… …   Wikipedia

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  • ACE High — was a NATO communications system which dates back to 1956. The system was decommissioned in the late 1980s, and its frequencies reallocated for commercial radiotelephone service. The system was designed to be an L band troposcatter radio system,… …   Wikipedia

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