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Radio Frequency Propagation

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You'll focus on how radio frequencies spread under different circumstances.

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Created Date 04.08.15
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  • A term referring to the loss of signal strength.
  • Occurs when a rough edged object is in the path of an RF signal, causing it to bend.
  • Occurs when RF signals move from one medium to another with a different density. It causes the signal to bend.
  • Caused by small objects - foliage, rocks, sand. It causes the signal to travel in multiple paths.
  • Caused when a signal is bounced. Mirrors and metal often cause this.
  • Wood and paper cause this. It keeps RF signals from reaching their destinations.
  • RF signals don't travel in a straight line. Instead, they have a _________ propagation.