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Mobile Radio Propagation 2

Mobile Radio Propagation 2

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Cellular Mobile
Cellular MobileCommunicati ons-
Communications-
V
VMobile Radio Propagation
Mobile Radio Propagation
Dr. Nasir D.
Dr. Nasir D.
Gohar
Gohar
\ue000Wireless Communications, Principles and Applications
Ch.5 [Small Scale Path Loss] by RAPPAPORT
\ue000Propagation Characteristics Observed in Macro / Micro
Cells by H. L. Bertoni
T.S. Rappaport Ch 4-5
T.S. Rappaport Ch 4-5
NDG Notes
NDG Notes
2
2
Mobile Radio Propagation
Mobile Radio Propagation
\ue000Modeling a Radio Channel:
Modeling a Radio Channel:Most difficult part
Most difficult part
in Radio System Design
in Radio System Design
\ue000Highly unpredictable as compared to fixed wire-
Highly unpredictable as compared to fixed wire-
line media
line media
\ue000Transmission path and its parameters keeps
Transmission path and its parameters keeps
changing instantaneously
changing instantaneously
\ue000Changes in path profile
Changes in path profile
\ue000Obstructions
Obstructions
\ue000Environmental changes
Environmental changes
\ue000Typically done statistically based on field
Typically done statistically based on field
measurements[System Specific]
measurements[System Specific]
\ue000Physical survey *
Physical survey *1
1
\ue000Computer simulation using certain models and
Computer simulation using certain models and
terrain data
terrain data*2
*2
*1
*1Gives some real picture of the environment and data can be incorporated to new system design and predict its
Gives some real picture of the environment and data can be incorporated to new system design and predict its
performance
performance
*2
*2Empirical Models and Terrain data may not be quite updated
Empirical Models and Terrain data may not be quite updated
T.S. Rappaport Ch 4-5
T.S. Rappaport Ch 4-5
NDG Notes
NDG Notes
3
3
\ue000The Multi-path Environment
The Multi-path Environment
\ue000The received signal is made up of a sum of attenuated,
The received signal is made up of a sum of attenuated,
phase shifted and time delayed versions of the transmitted
phase shifted and time delayed versions of the transmitted
signal.
signal.
\ue000Propagation modes include diffraction, transmission and
Propagation modes include diffraction, transmission and
reflection.
reflection.
Mobile Radio Propagation
Mobile Radio Propagation

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