A Tropical Model for Analyzing Radio Refractivity: Selected Locations in North Central, Nigeria
Published at Proceeding of the 2015 International Conference on Space Science and Communication (IconSpace), 10-12 August 2015, Langkawi, Malaysia
Pages Pages: 292 - 296
Published in 2015
M. E. Emetere, S.A. Akinwumi, T.V. Omotosho and J. S. Mandeep
AKINWUMI SAYO AKINLOYE » Mr. Akinwumi Sayo Akinloye is an assistant lecturer in Physics department, Covenant University. His area of research is in ATMOSPHERIC AND COMMUNICATION PHYSICS. He has a knowledge of Computer programming in Matlab, origin and Microsoft excel. He is a member Nigeria institute of Physics (NIP).He is currently on his Ph.D program. view full profile
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