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Language:enStatus: Standard
Term: basic MUF
Synonym1: standard MUF (obsolete term)
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Synonym2: classical MUF (obsolete term)
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Definition: the highest frequency by which a radio wave can propagate between given terminals below the ionosphere, on a specified occasion, by ionospheric refraction alone

NOTE 1 – Where the basic MUF is restricted to a particular ionospheric mode of propagation, the values may be quoted together with an indication of that mode, for example 2F2 MUF.

NOTE 2 – If the extraordinary wave is involved, then this is noted, for example, 1F2 MUF(x). Absence of a specific reference to the magneto-ionic component implies that the quoted value relates to the ordinary wave.

NOTE 3 – If it is desired to quote the ground range for which the basic MUF applies, this is indicated in kilometres following the indication of the mode type, for example 1F2 (4000) MUF.


Publication date:1995-09
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