Definition of ground wave in English:

ground wave

Syllabification: ground wave


A radio wave that reaches a receiver from a transmitter directly, without reflection from the ionosphere.
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  • More power will always help overcome path loss for both NVIS and ground wave systems but many times it is not the best or only answer.

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