Atmospheric Gas Impact on Fixed Satellite Communication Link A Study of its Effects at Ku, Ka and V Bands in Nigeria
The total atmospheric absorption due to Oxygen and water vapour on the earth-space path at Ku (12/14 GHz), Ka (20/30 GHz), and V (40/50 GHz) bands was evaluated for communication with Nigeria communication satellite (Nigcomsat1) on both uplink and down link at 0.01 % unavailability of an average year. The basic input climatic data used include monthly and yearly mean...
T. V. Omotosho, J. S. Mandeep, and M. Abdullah (2011)
Omotosho Temidayo Victor » Professor Omotosho Temidayo Victor received Ph.D Physics under Professor C.O Oluwafemi (Radio & Satellite Communication Physics) in June 2008 at Covenant University, Master’s of Technology in Physics (Radio & Satellite Communication Physics) and Bachelor of Technology (Physics Electronics) in Physics from the Federal University of Technology Akure, Ondo State Nigeria, in 1997 and 2003,... view full profile
Studies of Propagation Impairments on Earth Space Path for FixedSatellite links at Microwave Frequencies in Nigeria.
Total Atmospheric absorption of Fixed Satellite Communication signal due to oxygen and water vapor in Nigeria
Some Preliminary Results of the Fine Structure Profiles of Radio Refractivity Near the Surface at Ota, Southwest Nigeria.
Cloud attenuation studies of the six major climatic zones” of Africa for Ka and V satellite system design.
Impairment of radio wave signal by rainfall on fixed satellite service on earth–space path at 37 stations in Nigeria
BOOK PUBLICATION (2010): Studies of Propagation Impairments on Earth Space Path For Fixed Satellite links at Microwave Frequencies in Nigeria. ISBN:978-3-8433-7131-5 LAP LAMBERT Academic publishing GmbH & Co.KG and licensors
Cloud-Cover Statistics and Cloud Attenuation at Ka- and V-Bands for Satellite Systems Design in Tropical Wet Climate.
Impact Of Cloud, On Fixed Satellite Communication Links On Earth-Space-Path, At Ka, And V-Band In The Africa Continent
Comparison of 1-minute rain rate derived from TRMM satellite data and raingauge data for microwave applications in Nigeria
One Year Results of One Minute Rainfall Rate Measurement at Covenant University, Ota, Southwest Nigeria