Radio transmissions (line of sight)

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Radio transmissions (line of sight)
« on: September 09, 2023, 08:21:15 AM »
Hey all, been reading this forum for a few days now and thought stuff it! I want to understand how the flat earth model calculates radio transmission distance (with the current model being proved to be quite accurate and globe centric).

It's also a good discussion point in relation to some of the discussions about optical illusions as it doesn't adhere to arguments on either sides. (You can't imagine a connection made from a two way radio as an example).

This is also noting that, if you had a strong enough signal, you can bounce the signal off the atmosphere.

I would love to see some mathematical proofs to demonstrate the accuracy of this on the flat earth model (seen plenty for the globe model).