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Edit the green cells as appropriate.
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Frequency (MHz)5200
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Distance (km)42.485484769miles
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Free space path loss (dB)118.8012667
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Tx Power (dB)19
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Tx Gain (dB)18
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Freespace Loss (dB)118.8012667
Loss per km (from next sheet)
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Atmosphere Loss (dB)0.72AtmosphereAtmosphere loss0.72
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Rx Gain (dB)24
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Received Signal (dB)-58.5212667
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Target receive-50
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Calculated receive-58.5212667
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Margin-8.521266699
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Loss per km (from next sheet)
0Rain
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Rain loss (dB)0
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Loss Margin#DIV/0!
How many " (25 mm) per hour you can take before crossing threshold
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Most of the US can use this page as a reference to see how often they receive that much rain.
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https://dipper.nws.noaa.gov/hdsc/pfds/pfds_map_cont.html?bkmrk=il
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Change the data type to precipitation intensity and choose a station.
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To determine bursts, read in the 5 minute duration row. Scan across to find out how often (by column) you'll receive however much rain
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Measured by value of inches of rain per hour measured on a 5 minute interval
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Radio specs available here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1rxpeVcx-98ZsU_Fc12AxVaBOp3I6MgDatccQjjI63-Y/edit?usp=drivesdk
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