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Reduction of Fading in Radio Communication

    Naturevolume 140page76 (1937) | Download Citation



    IT is now well known that part of the fading of signals experienced in radio communication is due to the variation of phase difference between the two or more sets of waves arriving at the receiver. These changes in phase difference arise in the course of transmission of the indirect waves through the ionosphere.

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