Is there data available on radio frequency (RF) attenuation as a function of frequency for gases, liquids, and solids that are not part of earth's atmosphere? Most data on propagation loss in radio frequency is for compounds typically found in the atmosphere and so DSIAC was asked for any leads on information…

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Arik Brown, PhD.

I am responsible for the strategic application and development of RADA's advanced multimission systems for tactical applications involving counter-unmanned aircraft systems, short-range air defense, and active protection systems. At RADA USA, we provide capabilities and solutions for the Maneuver Force and Critical Infrastructure Protection. I have 20+ years of experience in radar, signals intelligence, electronic warfare, and communications and am a leading expert/book author on active electronically scanned arrays. I hold a B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. in electrical engineering.