A New Approach to Space Communications During Re-entry Based on the Propagation Characteristics of Electromagnetic Waves in Ionized Media
This paper analyses the propagation characteristics of electromagnetic waves in ionized media with a view towards the elimination of the communication blackout which occurs when a missile re-enters the earth’s atmosphere.
KeywordsMagnetic Field Critical Frequency Versus Versus Versus Versus Constant Magnetic Field Conductivity Tensor
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