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Title: Overview, NASA Propagation Studies
Authors: Golshan, N.
Issue Date: 25-Nov-1996
Citation: Athens, Greece
Abstract: OVERVIEW, NASA PROPAGATION STUDIES From Objective: To enable the development of new commercial satellite systems and services and to support NASA's programs by providing timely data and models about propagation of satellite radio signals through the intervening environment. From Rationale: Characterization of signal propagation is key to design of new satellite systems and many NASA missions. NASA has unique Space assests to support this activity.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/27668
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