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The precise calculation of atmospheric absorption in a microwave band is highly important for atmospheric remote-sensing with ground-based and satellite-borne radiometers, as it is a key element in procedures for temperature, humidity or trace gas concentration retrieval. The accuracy of the absorption model directly affects the accuracy of the retrieved information and reliability of the resulting forecasts. In this study, we analyze the difference between observed and simulated microwavedoi:10.3390/rs14236042 fatcat:mi2pdygrjbesxcjoddvvahocvm