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Folder: R-QUE-SG03.201-7-2019201-7/3Radiometeorological data required for the planning of terrestrial and space communication systems and space research application
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.202-4-2015202-4/3Methods for predicting propagation over the surface of the EarthSG3WP3J20152010S2
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.203-8-2019203-8/3Propagation prediction methods for terrestrial broadcasting, fixed (broadband access) and mobile services using frequencies above 30 MHz<br/>
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.204-6-2015204-6/3Propagation data and prediction methods required for terrestrial line-of-sight systemsSG3WP3M20152015S2
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.205-2-2015205-2/3Propagation data and prediction methods required for trans-horizon systemsSG3WP3M2015N/AS2
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.206-4-2015206-4/3Propagation data and prediction methods for fixed- and broadcasting-satellite servicesSG3WP3M2015N/AS2
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.207-5-2015207-5/3Propagation data and prediction methods for satellite mobile and radiodetermination services above about 0.1 GHzSG3WP3M20152013S2
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.208-6-2019208-6/3Propagation factors in frequency sharing issues affecting space radiocommunication services and terrestrial servicesSG3WP3M20192023S2
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.209-2-2015209-2/3Variability and risk parameters in system performance analysisSG3WP3J20152015S3
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.211-7-2019211-7/3Propagation data and propagation models in the frequency range 300 MHz to 450 GHz for the design of short-range wireless radiocommunication systems and wireless local area networks (WLAN)
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.212-3-2015212-3/3Ionospheric propertiesSG3WP3L20152013S3
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.213-4-2015213-4/3The short-term forecasting of operational parameters for trans-ionospheric radiocommunication and radionavigation servicesSG3WP3L20152015S3
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.214-6-2019214-6/3Radio noiseSG3WP3L20192023S2
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.218-6-2015218-6/3Ionospheric influences on satellite systemsSG3WP3L20152015S2
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.222-5-2016222-5/3Measurements and data banks of ionospheric characteristics and radio noiseSG3WP3L20162015S2
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.225-7-2015225-7/3The prediction of propagation factors affecting systems at LF and MF including the use of digital modulation techniquesSG3WP3J; WP3L20152015S3
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.226-5-2015226-5/3Ionospheric and tropospheric characteristics along satellite-to-satellite pathsSG3WP3L20152015S2
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.228-3-2019228-3/3Propagation data required for the planning of radiocommunication systems operating above 275 GHz
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.229-3-2015229-3/3Prediction of sky-wave propagation conditions, signal intensity, circuit performance and reliability at frequencies between about 1.6 and 30 MHz, in particular for systems using digital modulation techniquesSG3WP3L20152015S2
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.230-3-2015230-3/3Prediction methods and models applicable to power line telecommunication systemsSG3WP3L20152015S2
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.231-1-2015231-1/3The effect of electromagnetic emissions from man-made sources on the radiocommunication systems and networksSG3WP3J20152010S2
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.232-1-2015232-1/3The effect of nanostructure materials on propagationSG3WP3J20152015S2
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.233-1-2015233-1/3Methods for the prediction of propagation path losses between an airborne platform and a satellite, ground terminal or another airborne platformSG3WP3M20152015S2
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.234-2017234/3Computation of ionospheric scintillation indicesSG32017
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.235-2019235/3Impact of engineered electromagnetic surfaces on radiowave propagationSG3WP3K20192023S3