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(1978-1982-1994)

Rec. ITU-R P.525-2

The ITU Radiocommunication Assembly, considering a) that free-space propagation is a fundamental reference for radio-engineering, recommends 1. that the methods in Annex 1 be used for the calculation of attenuation in free space.

ANNEX 1

1.

Introduction

As free-space propagation is often used as a reference in other texts, this Annex presents relevant formulae.

2.

Free-space propagation may be calculated in two different ways, each of which is adapted to a particular type of service.

2.1

Point-to-area links

If there is a transmitter serving several randomly-distributed receivers (broadcasting, mobile service), the field is calculated at a point located at some appropriate distance from the transmitter by the expression:

e =

where: e: p: d: r.m.s. field strength (V/m) (see Note 1)

30p d

(1)

equivalent isotropically radiated power (e.i.r.p.) of the transmitter in the direction of the point in question (W) (see Note 2) distance from the transmitter to the point in question (m). Equation (1) is often replaced by equation (2) which uses practical units:

(2)

For antennas operating in free-space conditions the cymomotive force may be obtained by multiplying together e and d in equation (1). Its dimension is volts. _______________

Radiocommunication Study Group 3 made editorial amendments to this Recommendation in 2000 in accordance with Resolution ITU-R 44.

Note 1 If the wave is elliptically polarized and not linear, and if the electric field components along two orthogonal axes are expressed by ex and ey, the left-hand term of equation (1) should be replaced by

2 + e 2 . e and e can be ex x y y

deduced only if the axial ratio is known. e should be replaced by e 2 in the case of circular polarization. Note 2 In the case of antennas located at ground level and operating on relatively low frequencies with vertical polarization, radiation is generally considered only in the upper half-space. This should be taken into account in determining the e.i.r.p. (see Recommendation ITU-R PN.368).

2.2

Point-to-point links

With a point-to-point link it is preferable to calculate the free-space attenuation between isotropic antennas, also known as the free-space basic transmission loss (symbols: Lbf or A0), as follows:

Lbf = 20 log

where: Lbf : d: : free-space basic transmission loss (dB) distance wavelength, and

4 d mmmmmmdB

(3)

d and are expressed in the same unit. Equation (3) can also be written using the frequency instead of the wavelength.

where: f: d: frequency (MHz) distance (km).

(4)

2.3

There are also relations between the characteristics of a plane wave (or a wave which can be treated as a plane wave) at a point:

s =

where: s: e: : power flux-density (W/m2) r.m.s. field strength (V/m)

4 pr e2 = 120 2

(5)

pr : power (W) available from an isotropic antenna located at this point wavelength (m).

3.

The free-space basic transmission loss for a radar system (symbols: Lbr or A0r)

Radar systems represent a special case because the signal is subjected to a loss while propagating both from the transmitter to the target and from the target to the receiver. For radars using a common antenna for both transmitter and receiver, a radar free-space basic transmission loss, Lbr, can be written as follows:

where: : radar target cross-section (m2) d: f: distance from the radar to the target (km) frequency of the system (MHz).

(6)

The radar target cross-section of an object is the ratio of the total isotropically equivalent scattered power to the incident power density.

4.

Conversion formulae

On the basis of free-space propagation, the following conversion formulae may be used. Field strength for a given isotropically transmitted power:

E = Pt 20 log d + 74.8

Isotropically received power for a given field strength:

(7)

Pr = E 20 log f 167.2

Free-space basic transmission loss for a given isotropically transmitted power and field strength:

(8)

Power flux-density for a given field strength:

(9)

S = E 145.8

where: Pt : Pr : E: f: d: isotropically transmitted power (dB(W)) isotropically received power (dB(W)) electric field strength (dB(V/m)) frequency (GHz) radio path length (km)

(10)

Note that equations (7) and (9) can be used to derive equation (4).

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