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InformativeionosphericP.684, P.368LF-MFCalculation of LF-MF field strength and phase with parabolic model4SoftwareCalculation of LF-MF field strength and phase with parabolic model.zip
InformativeionosphericP.1239ITU-R ionospheric characteristicsITU-R ionospheric characteristics2SoftwareITU-R ionospheric characteristics.zip
InformativeionosphericHFDatabank D2 - HF field strength value measurements in Germany1DataDatabank D2 - HF field strength value measurements in Germany.zip
InformativeionosphericLF-MFLF-MF skywave databank1DataLF-MF skywave databank.aspx
InformativeionosphericP.533HFHF sky-wave propagation (available from the web site of U.S. Department of Commerce NTIA-ITS)SoftwareHF sky-wave propagation  (available from the web site of U.S. Department of Commerce NTIA-ITS).html
InformativeionosphericP.533, P.1239ITURHFPROPSoftware for the prediction of the performance of HF circuits based on Recommendation ITU-R P.53314.0SoftwareITURHFProp.zipMD5SUM: 8a98fca22f71599fde2fe7ae5696f653
InformativetroposphericP.835Atmospheric profile dataAtmospheric profile data6DataAtmospheric profile data.zip
InformativetroposphericRain scatter (SCAT)Rain scatter (SCAT)1SoftwareRain scatter (SCAT).zip
InformativetroposphericP.1546Field strength valuesTabulated values for the field strength curves of Rec. ITU-R P.15466DataTabulated field strength values.xls
InformativetroposphericP.526Diffraction lossUTD formulation for diffraction loss due to finitely conducting wedge15SoftwareUTD formulation for diffraction loss due to finitely conducting wedge.zip
InformativetroposphericP.837Characteristics of precipitation for propagation modellingAnnex 1: Prediction method for a given annual probability and location7Software1_SW_itur_p0837_7_annex1.zip
InformativetroposphericP.526-17, P.452-17, P.1812-6, P.2001-4Diffraction prediction methodValidation examples for the delta Bullington diffraction prediction method13.2Validation exampleValidation examples for the delta Bullington diffraction prediction method.docx
InformativetroposphericP.453Radio RefractivityRadio Refractivity – Elevated and surface duct data14Dataelevated_and_surface_duct.zip
InformativetroposphericP.618Joint probability of attenuation exceededPython implementation of an estimation of the joint probability for two stations in a diversity configuration, Section 2.2.4.1 of Rec. ITU-R P.618-1313.2241_v2SoftwareP_618_13_joint_prob_py.zipSee README file
InformativetroposphericP.618Joint probability of attenuation exceededM-file script implementation of an estimation of the joint probability for two stations in a diversity configuration, Section 2.2.4.1 of Rec. ITU-R P.618-1313.2241_v2SoftwareP_618_13_joint_prob_m.zipSee README file
InformativetroposphericP.452Point-to-point (interference)Excel implementation of a prediction procedure for the evaluation of interference between stations on the surface of the Earth at frequencies above about 0.1 GHz et version16.1SoftwareITUR_P_452_16_V1_xls.zip
InformativetroposphericP.1144Numerical integrationGaussian quadrature points and weights for numerical integration11DataGaussian quadrature points and weights for numerical integration_V11.zip
InformativetroposphericP.2108, P.2109Calculation of clutter and building entry lossImplementations of the calculation methods for clutter and building entry losses1SoftwareClutter and BEL workbook_V1.xlsx
InformativetroposphericP.368Ground-wave propagation curves for frequencies between 10 kHz and 30 MHzExecutable and code for the calculation of the field strength and basic transmission losses based on the LFMF-smoothEarth model1.1SoftwareExecutable and code for the calculation of the field strength and basic transmission losses based on the LFMF smooth Earth model.zip
InformativetroposphericP.368Ground-wave propagation curves for frequencies between 10 kHz and 30 MHzM-script implementation for the calculation of the field strength and basic transmission losses based on the LFMF-smoothEarth model1SoftwareM-script implementation for the calculation of the field strength and basic transmission losses based on the LFMF smooth Earth model.zip
InformativetroposphericP.453-14, P.618-13, P.676-12, P.836-6, P.837-7, P.838-3, P.839-4, P.840-8, P.1511-2, P.1623-1, P.1815-1Earth-space prediction methodsValidation examples for parts of Recs. ITU-R P.453-14, P.618-13, P.676-12, P.836-6, P.837-7, P.838-3, P.839-4, P.840-8, P.1511-2, P.1623-1, P.1815-16.1.2Validation exampleCG-3M3J-13-ValEx-Rev6.1.2.xlsx
InformativetroposphericP.528Propagation curves for aeronautical mobile and radionavigation servicesExecutable software to generate basic transmission loss values and field strength curves of Rec. ITU-R P.5285.0.1SoftwareR19-WP3K-C-0264!N06-P1!ZIP-E.zip
InformativetroposphericP.528Propagation curves for aeronautical mobile and radionavigation servicesM-script software implementation of Rec. ITU-R P.5285SoftwareMatlab implementation of Recommendation ITU-R P.528-5 - Ver 5.0.1.zip
InformativetroposphericP.452Point-to-point (interference)M-file script implementation of a prediction procedure for the evaluation of interference between stations on the surface of the Earth at frequencies above about 0.1 GHz17.0SoftwareR19-WP3M-C-0364!N18-P1!ZIP-E.zip
InformativetroposphericP.452Validation examplesValidation examples for software implementation of Recommendation ITU-R P.45217.0Validation exampleR19-WP3M-C-0364!N18-P2!ZIP-E.zip
InformativetroposphericP.1546Path general propagation methodM-file script implementation of a method for point-to-area predictions for terrestrial services in the frequency range 30 MHz to 3 000 MHz6.2SoftwareR19-WP3K-C-0264!N05-P1!ZIP-E.zip
InformativetroposphericP.1546Validation examplesValidation examples for software implementations of Recommendation ITU-R P.15466.2Validation exampleR19-WP3K-C-0264!N05-P2!ZIP-E.zip
InformativetroposphericP.1812Path specific propagation methodM-file script implementation of a path-specific propagation prediction method for point-to-area terrestrial services in the VHF and UHF bands6.0SoftwareR19-WP3K-C-0264!N03-P1!ZIP-E.zip
InformativetroposphericP.1812Validation examplesValidation examples for software implementations of Recommendation ITU-R P.18126.0Validation exampleR19-WP3K-C-0264!N03-P2!ZIP-E.zip
InformativetroposphericP.2001Wide range propagation modelM-file script implementation of a general purpose wide-range terrestrial propagation model in the frequency range 30 MHz to 50 GHz4.0SoftwareR19-WP3M-C-0364!N19-P1!ZIP-E.zip
InformativetroposphericP.2001Wide range propagation modelValidation examples for software implementations of Recommendation ITU-R P.20014.0Validation exampleR19-WP3M-C-0364!N19-P2!ZIP-E.zip
NormativeionosphericP.531Ionospheric propagation data and prediction methods required for the design of satellite services and systemsElectron density distribution (NeQuick2)12SoftwareElectron density distribution (NeQuick2).html
NormativeionosphericP.531Ionospheric propagation data and prediction methods required for the design of satellite services and systemsIonospheric scintillations (GISM)14.5.1SoftwareP.531 _ Ionospheric propagation data and prediction methods required for the design of satellite networks and systems.html
NormativeionosphericP.534Method for calculating sporadic-E field strengthDigital maps of the sporadic E critical frequency, exceeded for annual average time percentages of 50%, 10%, 1% and 0.1%6DataP.534 _ Method for calculating sporadic-E field strength.html
NormativetroposphericP.839Rain height model for prediction methods0 degree isotherm height (in km and above mean sea level)4Data0 degree isotherm height (in km and above mean sea level).html
NormativetroposphericP.678Characterization of the natural variability of propagation phenomenaClimatic ratio3DataClimatic ratio.html
NormativetroposphericP.837Characteristics of precipitation for propagation modellingAnnex 1: Maps of monthly total rainfall7DataAnnex1.html
NormativetroposphericP.837Characteristics of precipitation for propagation modellingAnnex 2: Conversion of rain rate statistics with different integration time 7SoftwareAnnex2.html
NormativetroposphericP.1510Mean surface temperatureAnnex 1: Annual and Monthly maps1DataRec. P.1510-1 Supplement.html
NormativetroposphericP.834Meteorological parametersCoefficients required to calculate excess radio path length9DataCoefficients required to calculate excess radio path length.html
NormativetroposphericP.836Water vapour: surface density and total columnar contentAnnual and monthly surface water vapour density and total columnar content6DataAnnual and monthly surface water vapour density and total solumnar content.html
NormativetroposphericP.836Topographical altitude digital mapTopographical altitudes for surface density and total columnar content6DataTopographical altitudes for surface density and total columnar content.html
NormativetroposphericP.835Pressure, Temperature and Water Vapour dataMeteorological parameters Pressure, Temperature and Water Vapour data for atmospheric vertical profiles6DataMeteorological parameters Pressure, Temperature and Water Vapour data for atmospheric vertical profiles.html
NormativetroposphericP.681Mixed propagation conditionsPhysical-statistical wideband model for mixed propagation conditions11.4SoftwareP.681 _ Propagation data required for the design systems in the land mobile-satellite service.html
NormativetroposphericP.840Attenuation due to clouds and fogAnnual and monthly values of reduced cloud liquid water content8DataP.840 _ Attenuation due to clouds and fog.html
NormativetroposphericP.840Cloud liquid water dataApproximated by log-normal distribution8DataP.840 _ Attenuation due to clouds and fog_2.html
NormativetroposphericP.1511TopographyTopography (0.08333° resolution)2DataP.1511 _ Topography for Earth-to-space propagation modelling.html
NormativetroposphericP.617Propagation prediction techniques and data required for the design of trans-horizon radio-relay systemsClimatic zone map5DataP.617 _ Propagation prediction techniques and data required for the design of trans-horizon radio-relay systems.html
NormativetroposphericP.1511TopographyUndulation in the 2008 version of the U.S. National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Earth Gravitational Model)2DataP.1511 _ Topography for Earth-to-space propagation modelling_2.html
NormativetroposphericP.453Radio RefractivityMonthly and annual radio refractivity gradient in the lowest (65 m) and 1 km layers of the atmosphere14DataP.453 _ The radio refractive index_ its formula and refractivity dataV14.html
NormativetroposphericP.453Radio RefractivityRadio Refractivity - Wet term of surface refractivity14DataP.453 _ The radio refractive index_ its formula and refractivity dataV3.html
NormativetroposphericP.452Interference evaluation between stations on the surface of the EarthAtmospheric radio refractivity maps used to predict anomalous propagation17DataAtmospheric radio refractivity maps used to predict anomalous propagation_V17.html
NormativetroposphericP.528Propagation curves for aeronautical mobile and radionavigation servicesTabulated values for the field strength curves of Rec. ITU-R P.5285DataTabulated values for the field strength curves of Rec. ITU-R P.528.html
NormativetroposphericP.1812A path-specific propagation prediction method for point-to-area terrestrial services in the VHF and UHF bandsAverage sea level surface refractivity and average annual difference in values of refractivity6DataAverage sea level surface refractivity and average annual difference in values of refractivity_V6.html
NormativetroposphericP.528Propagation prediction for aeronautical mobile and radionavigation servicesSoftware code to generate basic transmission loss values and curves of Rec. ITU-R P.5285SoftwareSoftware code to generate basic transmission loss values and curves of Rec. ITU-R P.528.html
NormativetroposphericP.2001Wide range propagation modelDigital map files for the wide range propagation model in Recommendation ITU-R P.20014DataDigital map files for the wide range propagation model in Recommendation ITU-R P.2001_V4.html
NormativetroposphericP.530Propagation data and prediction methods required for the design of terrestrial line-of-sight systemsThe geoclimatic factor and the average worst month refractivity increase with height over the lowest 75 m of the atmosphere17DataThe geoclimatic factor and the average worst month refractivity increase with height over the lowest 75 m of the atmosphere_V17.html