HIGH FREQUENCY RADIO NOISE SURVEY AT THREE COMMUNICATION SITES IN THE OTTAWA AREA

Authors
  1. Lauber, W.R.
  2. Bode, L.R.
  3. Bertrand, J.M.
Corporate Authors
Communications Research Centre, Ottawa ONT (CAN)
Abstract
Radio noise measurements have been carried out over two week periods during each of the four seasons to establish existing day-time noise levels at three high frequency communication sites in the Ottawa area. The parameters used were the average available noise power spectral density (F sub a), and the ratio of the rms to the average voltage of the noise envelope (V sub d). By comparing the results to those expected at a "quiet receiving site" as defined in CCIR Report 322 it has been possible to rate quantitatively the site effectiveness or degree of degradation of each site. As well, noise measurements have been made in the evenings (2000-2400 hours LST) at one site. The results were found to compare favourably with the predictions of CCIR Report 322. Truncated
Report Number
1294 —
Date of publication
15 Aug 1976
Number of Pages
32
DSTKIM No
77-00368
CANDIS No
101820
Format(s):
Hardcopy

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