Proceedings PaperTerrestrial Millimeter Wave Communications
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A summary is given for terrestrial applications of millimeter-wave communication systems. Consideration is given to the role of atmospheric attenuation in making an appropriate choice of frequency band, and to systems that take advantage of attenuation effects to limit intercept range. Examples are given for several types of recently-developed systems, including cases operating at various frequency bands,between 36 and 70 GHz. An extensive reference list is included.