ITU-R P: Radiowave propagation
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ITU-R P

Radiowave propagation

 
Definitions of terms relating to propagation in non-ionized media  
Acquisition, presentation and analysis of data in studies of radiowave propagation  
Exchange of information for short-term forecasts and transmission of ionospheric disturbance warnings  
Note – Suppressed on 10/10/2013 (CACE/636)
The concept of transmission loss for radio links  
Ground-wave propagation curves for frequencies between 10 kHz and 30 MHz  
Reference atmosphere for refraction  
Note – Suppressed on 24/10/97 (RA-97) – This Recommendation has been replaced by Rec. ITU-R P.453-6
VHF and UHF propagation curves for the frequency range from 30 MHz to 1 000 MHz. Broadcasting services  
Note – Suppressed on 22/10/01 (CACE/233)
Choice of indices for long-term ionospheric predictions  
Radio noise  
Definitions of maximum and minimum transmission frequencies  
ITU-R reference ionospheric characteristics and methods of basic MUF, operational MUF and ray-path prediction  
Note – Suppressed on 24/10/97 (RA-97)
Sky-wave field-strength prediction method for the broadcasting service in the frequency range 150 to 1600 kHz  
Note – Suppressed on 20/10/95 (RA-95)
Prediction procedure for the evaluation of interference between stations on the surface of the Earth at frequencies above about 0.1 GHz  
The radio refractive index: its formula and refractivity data  
Note – This Recommendation replaces Rec. ITU-R P.369-6
Calculation of free-space attenuation  
Propagation by diffraction  
Electrical characteristics of the surface of the Earth  
Propagation curves for aeronautical mobile and radionavigation services using the VHF, UHF and SHF bands  
Prediction methods for the terrestrial land mobile service in the VHF and UHF bands  
Note – Suppressed on 22/10/01 (CACE/233)
Propagation data and prediction methods required for the design of terrestrial line-of-sight systems  
Ionospheric propagation data and prediction methods required for the design of satellite services and systems  
Ionospheric effects and operational considerations associated with artificial modification of the ionosphere and the radio-wave channel  
Method for the prediction of the performance of HF circuits  
Method for calculating sporadic-E field strength  
The concept of “worst month”  
Propagation data for terrestrial maritime mobile services operating at frequencies above 30 MHz  
Note – Suppressed on 22/10/01 (CACE/233)
Propagation prediction techniques and data required for the design of trans-horizon radio-relay systems  
Propagation data and prediction methods required for the design of Earth-space telecommunication systems  
Propagation data required for the evaluation of interference between stations in space and those on the surface of the Earth  
Propagation data required for the evaluation of coordination distances in the frequency range 100 MHz to 105 GHz  
Attenuation by atmospheric gases  
Characterization of the variability of propagation phenomena and estimation of the risk associated with propagation margin  
Propagation data required for the design of broadcasting-satellite systems  
Propagation data required for the design of Earth-space maritime mobile telecommunication systems  
Propagation data required for the design of Earth-space land mobile telecommunication systems  
Propagation data required for the design of Earth-space aeronautical mobile telecommunication systems  
Sky-wave field strength prediction method for propagation to aircraft at about 500 kHz  
Note – Suppressed on 20/10/95 (RA-95)
Prediction of field strength at frequencies below about 150 kHz  
World Atlas of Ground Conductivities  
Attenuation in vegetation  
Effects of tropospheric refraction on radiowave propagation  
Reference Standard Atmospheres  
Water vapour: surface density and total columnar content  
Characteristics of precipitation for propagation modelling  
Specific attenuation model for rain for use in prediction methods  
Rain height model for prediction methods  
Attenuation due to clouds and fog  
Conversion of annual statistics to worst-month statistics  
Computation of reliability and compatibility of HF radio systems  
Communication by meteor-burst propagation  
Ionospheric factors affecting frequency sharing in the VHF and UHF bands (30 MHz-3 GHz)  
HF field-strength measurement  
Measurements of ionospheric and related characteristics  
Probability distributions relevant to radiowave propagation modelling  
Digital topographic databases for propagation studies  
Method for predicting sky-wave field strengths in the frequency range 1605 to 1705 kHz  
Note – Suppressed on 20/10/95 (RA-95)
Propagation factors affecting frequency sharing in HF terrestrial systems  
Guide to the application of the propagation methods of Radiocommunication Study Group 3  
Propagation data for the terrestrial land mobile service in the VHF and UHF bands  
Note – Suppressed
The prediction of field strength for land mobile and terrestrial broadcasting services in the frequency range from 1 to 3 GHz  
Note – Suppressed on 22/10/01 (CACE/233)
Prediction of sky-wave field strength at frequencies between about 150 and 1 700 kHz  
Standardized procedure for comparing predicted and observed HF sky-wave signal intensities and the presentation of such comparisons  
Propagation data and prediction methods for the planning of indoor radiocommunication systems and radio local area networks in the frequency range 300 MHz to 100 GHz  
ITU-R reference ionospheric characteristics  
ITU-R methods of basic MUF, operational MUF and ray-path prediction  
Propagation factors affecting systems using digital modulation techniques at LF and MF  
Radiometric estimation of atmospheric attenuation  
Suppressed on 29/07/2015 (CACE/745)
Propagation effects relating to terrestrial land mobile and broadcasting services in the VHF and UHF bands  
Multipath propagation and parameterization of its characteristics  
Propagation data and prediction methods for systems using high altitude platform stations and other elevated stations in the stratosphere at frequencies greater than about 1 GHz  
Propagation data and prediction methods required for the design of terrestrial broadband radio access systems operating in a frequency range from 3 to 60 GHz  
Propagation data and prediction methods for the planning of short-range outdoor radiocommunication systems and radio local area networks in the frequency range 300 MHz to 100 GHz  
Propagation data for the evaluation of coordination between Earth stations working in the bidirectionally allocated frequency bands  
Annual mean surface temperature  
Topography for Earth-to-space propagation modelling  
Method for point-to-area predictions for terrestrial services in the frequency range 30 MHz to 3 000 MHz  
Propagation data required for the design of Earth-space systems operating between 20 THz and 375 THz  
Prediction methods required for the design of Earth-space systems operating between 20 THz and 375 THz  
Prediction method of fade dynamics on Earth-space paths  
Propagation prediction methods for assessment of the impact of ultra-wideband devices  
A path-specific propagation prediction method for point-to-area terrestrial services in the VHF and UHF bands  
Prediction methods required for the design of terrestrial free-space optical links  
Differential rain attenuation  
The prediction of the time and the spatial profile for broadband land mobile services using UHF and SHF bands  
Propagation data required for the design of terrestrial free-space optical links  
Tropospheric attenuation time series synthesis  
A general purpose wide-range terrestrial propagation model in the frequency range 30 MHz to 50 GHz  
Effects of building materials and structures on radiowave propagation above about 100 MHz  
Prediction of path attenuation on links between an airborne platform and Space and between an airborne platform and the surface of the Earth  

 

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