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dc.creatorPinto Mangones, Ángel Dario
dc.creatorPérez García, Nelson Alexander
dc.creatorTorres Tovio, Juan Manuel
dc.creatorRamírez, Eduardo José
dc.creatorCastaño Rivera, Samir Oswaldo
dc.creatorVELEZ-ZAPATA, JAIME
dc.creatorFerreira Rodriguez, John Dwiht
dc.creatorRujano Molina, Leidy Marian
dc.date.accessioned2020-05-06T02:35:04Z
dc.date.available2020-05-06T02:35:04Z
dc.date.issued2019
dc.identifier.issn2346-2183
dc.identifier.issn0012-7353
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/11323/6249
dc.description.abstractYNA DOI: https://doi.org/10.15446/dyna.v86n209.73774 DYNA, Volumen 86, Número 209, p. 30-39, 2019. ISSN electrónico 2346-2183. ISSN impreso 0012-7353. Rainfall rate and rain attenuation contour maps for preliminary “Simon Bolivar” satellite links planning in Venezuela Mapas de contorno de tasa de precipitación y atenuación por lluvias para planificación preliminar de enlaces del satélite "Simón Bolívar" en Venezuela Angel Dario Pinto Mangones, Nelson Alexander Pérez García, Juan Manuel Torres Tovio, Eduardo José Ramírez, Samir Oswaldo Castaño Rivera, Jaime Velez Zapata, John Dwiht Ferreira Rodríguez, Leidy Marian Rujano Molina Texto completo: PDF (English) Bookmark and Share Resumen (en_US) Predicting precipitation rate and rainfall attenuation are key aspects in planning and dimensioning of wireless communications systems operating at frequencies above 10 GHz, such as satellite communication systems at Ku and Ka bands. In this paper, contour maps of rainfall rate and rain attenuation are developed for the first time in Venezuela, based on 1-min rain rate statistics obtained from measurements carried out in Venezuela over at least 30 years period with a higher integration time and using Rice-Holmberg model, refined Moupfouma-Martin model and Recommendation ITU-R P.837-7, for rain rate estimation and Recommendation ITU-R P.618-13, Ramachandran-Kumar model, Yeo-Lee-Ong model and Rakshit-Adhikari-Maitra model, for rain attenuation prediction in “Simon Bolivar” satellite links in Venezuela. The overall results of both types of maps represent a useful tool for preliminary planning of those links in the country, specifically, in Ku and Ka bands.spa
dc.description.abstractLa tasa de precipitación y la atenuación por lluvias son aspectos claves en la planificación y dimensionamiento de sistemas inalámbricos de comunicaciones que operan en frecuencias superiores a 10 GHz, tales como los sistemas de comunicación vía satélite en las bandas Ku y Ka. En este artículo, se desarrollan por primera vez en Venezuela mapas de contorno de tasa de precipitación y atenuación por lluvias, en base a estadísticas de lluvia de 1-minuto obtenidas a partir de mediciones realizadas en Venezuela en un periodo de al menos 30 años con alto tiempo de integración y usando los modelos Rice-Holmberg, Moupfouma-Martin refinado y Recomendación ITU-R P.837-7, para la estimación de la precipitación y los modelos Recomendación ITU-R P.618-13, Ramachandran-Kumar, Yeo-Lee-Ong y Rakshit-Adhikari-Maitra, para la predicción de la atenuación por lluvias para enlaces del satélite “Simón Bolívar” en Venezuela. Los resultados generales de ambos tipos de mapas representan una herramienta útil para la planificación preliminar de dichos enlaces en el país, específicamente, en las bandas Ku y Ka.spa
dc.language.isoengspa
dc.publisherDYNAspa
dc.rightsCC0 1.0 Universal*
dc.rights.urihttp://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/*
dc.subjectContour mapsspa
dc.subjectRain rate predictionspa
dc.subjectIntegration-time conversionspa
dc.subjectRain attenuation estimationspa
dc.subjectSatellite linksspa
dc.subjectMapas de contornospa
dc.subjectCredicción de tasa de precipitaciónspa
dc.subjectConversión de tiempos de integraciónspa
dc.subjectEstimación de atenuación por lluviasspa
dc.subjectEnlaces satelitalesspa
dc.titleRainfall rate and rain attenuation contour maps for preliminary “Simon Bolivar” satellite links planning in Venezuelaspa
dc.title.alternativeMapas de contorno de tasa de precipitación y atenuación por lluvias para planificación preliminar de enlaces del satélite "Simón Bolívar" en Venezuelaspa
dc.typeArticlespa
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