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Building Penetration Loss Measurements at 900 MHz, 11.4 GHz, and 28.8 GHz.
National Telecommunications and Information Administration, Boulder, CO. Inst. for Telecommunication Sciences.

ProductType: Technical report
NTIS Order Number: PB94-204781

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Date: May 1994
Author: K. C. Allen N. DeMinco J. R. Hoffman Y. Lo P. B. Papazian

The feasibility of using radio frequencies in the super high frequency (SHF) band (3-30 GHz) for Personal Communications Services (PCS) in buildings depends on the multipath within the structure and the amount of attenuation experienced by the electromagn ...

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NTIS announcement issue: 9422

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