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Meteorological Factors in Radiocommunications at Very Short Wave-Lengths

Nature volume 204, pages 518522 (07 November 1964) | Download Citation


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  1. Past President, International Scientific Radio Union; Secretary General, Inter-Union Commission on Frequency Allocations for Radio Astronomy and Space Science

    • R. L. SMITH-ROSE


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