The Radio Systems Research Group specialises in experimental studies of the influence of the propagation medium on radio systems and on the development of techniques to overcome or to take into account propagation related system performance limitations.
An underlying theme of the projects is the development of a better understanding of the effects of the atmospheric (principally the ionospheric) environment on the propagation characteristics of radio waves, and the development of techniques to account for these effects in radio system planning, development and operation. All of the projects are experimentally based and involve the development, deployment and operation of equipment at a number of sites, currently over-sea paths in the Channel Islands and very long distance paths in the Arctic.
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