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, FIGURE 17 Comparaison des scintillations observées sur deux antennes différentes

, FIGURE 18 Variance de l'amplitude moyenne des scintillations à 2 et30 GHz mesurées à Columbus ( Ohio) pour des angles d'élévation allant de 0,38 a 44 . FIGURE 20 Exemple de distorsion dans la bande à partir d'un modèle déterministe de ciel nuageux