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One-minute rain rate distribution in Nigeria derived from TRMM
T.V. Omotosho, C.O. Oluwafemi (2009)
Impairment of radio wave signal by rainfall on fixed satellite service on earth–space path at 37 stations in Nigeria
T.V. Omotosho, C.O. Oluwafemi(2009)
Solar Activity and Total Ozone variation in Lagos
A.B Rabiu and T.V Omotosho (2003)
Impacts of solar activity on the total column ozone variation within an interval of four years (1993-1997) have been investigated at an equatorial station of Lagos (06°33' N, 03°21' E) Nigeria. The linear regression analysis shows a significant negative correlation between mean total column ozone and solar activity both at monthly level (r = -0.0652, r2 = 0.0043) and annual level (r = -0.2671,...
Study of Cloud Impact on Fixed Satellite Communication Link at Ku, Ka and V Bands in Nigeria
T.V. Omotosho, E.B. Babatunde (2010)
Rain-induced cross-polarization effects o satellite telecommunication in some tropical locations
T.V Omotosho and M.O Ajewole (2005)
Rain- induced cross polarization is an important factor in the design of dual-polarization microwave radio communication systems. In this work we present the scattering effect of oblate spheroidal raindrops on Earth-space wave communication in the frequency band 1–52 GHz in three tropical locations: Ile-Ife, Nigeria (4.340E, 7.330N), Douala, Cameroon (9.700E, 4.050N), and Nairobi, Kenya (36.750...
SIGNATURE OF ATMOSPHERIC DYNAMICS ON SURFACE OZONE VARIABILITY IN NIGERIA
Akinyemi M L and T V Omotosho (2010)
BOOK PUBLICATION (2010): Studies of Propagation Impairments on Earth Space Path For Fixed Satellite links at Microwave Frequencies in Nigeria. ISBN:978-3-8433-7131-5 LAP LAMBERT Academic publishing GmbH & Co.KG and licensors
TEMIDAYO VICTOR OMOTOSHO
Radio wave propagating between and earth-space links are adversely affected by atmospheric gases, rain, clouds,and tropospheric scintillation. The problems become more acute for countries located in the tropical regions. The effects of the troposphere on microwave signals due to high rain intensities lead to severe signal attenuation and outage.The objective of this work is to estimate p...
Cases on Successful E-Learning Practices in the Developed and Developing World: Methods for the Global Information Economy Bolanle Olaniran Texas Tech
A. A. Azeta, C. K. Ayo, A. A. Atayero, N. A. Ikhu-Omoregbe
Formal modelling and design of mobile prescription applications
A Voice-based Mobile Prescription Application for Healthcare Services (VBMOPA)
Ikhu-Omoregbe N. A., Azeta A. A.