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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

THE RECEPTION OF BRAZILIAN SHORTWAVE TRANSMITTERS IN MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA


THE RECEPTION OF BRAZILIAN SHORTWAVE TRANSMITTERS IN MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA

This is a free Research Paper, compiled by Bob Padula, OAM - it discusses and examines the propagation modes and mechanisms which exist for supporting high-frequency radio transmissions between Brazil and Melbourne (Victoria, South Eastern Australia).

It is available for downloading as a 30 page Document from a Cloud platform. It includes many graphs, tables, charts, photos, and audio/video content. Images of QSLs dating back to the 1930s are included.

Chapters include background information on the history, development and evolution of shortwave radio broadcasting in Brazil, in the years 1922 to 2014. An overview of global high frequency propagation is also featured.

Much of the content is based on actual monitoring by the Author in the years 1956 to 2014.

The intended readership is for anyone, anywhere, desirous of gaining an appreciation of complex propagation effects which influence reception patterns on transmission paths into South Eastern Australia which follow the Great Circle route over the Antarctic region.

This Paper is a Copyrighted work by Bob Padula, OAM, MIE(Aust), CPEng, ARMIT (Comms Engineering), of Mont Albert, Victoria, Australia. Bob is a Chartered Professional Communications Engineer, (RMIT University), holding the rank of Life Member - Institution of Engineers (Australia), providing specialized technical consultancy services and authorship in the field of international high frequency broadcasting and radio communications technology.

The Paper may be downloaded from

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eUgolK9cactKuFHudcKz-JZD3ctTXPViMOmDkFvDIJc/edit?usp=sharing

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