Autors: Singh, H., Bonev, B. G., Petkov, P. Z., Patil, S.
Title: The Effect of Liquid Water Content Over the Seas of India and Europe for Ka-Band Satellite Communication
Keywords: Bay of Bengal, India, Climatic conditions, Cloud attenuation, Ka-band satellites, Liquid water content, Mediterranean sea, Rain attenuation, Satellite communications

Abstract: In the field of satellite communication, the attenuation caused by rain and clouds is dominant. A lot of studies have been done for rain attenuation, but more need to be done for clouds especially for millimeter waves. In this paper, various studies are conducted in the region of India and Europe. The data were gathered from AMSR-2 satellite. Annual data of liquid water content are collected from two sites, namely Bay of Bengal, India, and Mediterranean Sea, Europe. These data are simulated in cloud model given by ITU-R. Results obtained are compared for two regions. It was observed that due to the climatic conditions, more variations in attenuation are observed in European region as compared to India subcontinent.



    Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, International Conference on Manufacturing, Advanced Computing, Renewable Energy and Communication, MARC 2018, Delhi, India, 19 July 2018 through 20 July 2018, vol. 553, pp. 1141-1148, 2019, India, Springer Nature Singapore, DOI 10.1007/978-981-13-6772-4_99

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