2 edition of Building penetration measurements from low-height base stations at 912, 1920, and 5990 MHz found in the catalog.
Building penetration measurements from low-height base stations at 912, 1920, and 5990 MHz
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Telecommunications and Information Administration, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in Boulder, Colo, Springfield, VA
Written in English
|Other titles||Building penetration measurements from low height base stations at 912, 1920, and 5990 MHz|
|Statement||Lynette H. Loew ... [et al.]|
|Series||NTIA report -- 95-325|
|Contributions||Loew, Lynette H, United States. National Telecommunications and Information Administration|
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Penetration Measurements from Low-height Base Stations at, and MHz ”, NTIA Report TR, Institute for Telecommunication Sciences, Boulder, Colorado, September As shown in Section IV-A, a higher base station antenna gain is needed for some frequency ranges and building types.
Hence, in this section, performance results are presented in terms of DL user throughput assuming a base station antenna gain of dBi. As we are primarily interested in coverage, the focus has been on simulating low-load cases. An infrastructure relay system that transfers information from a base station to a randomly located mobile station (MS) using fixed-location relay stations (RSs) is studied.
Lynette H. Loew, Yeh Lo, Michael G. Laflin, and Elizabeth E. Pol Building Penetration Measurements from Low-height Base Stations at, and MHz, NTIA Report TR, Institute for. Average building penetration loss is related to b uilding. penetration measurements from low-height base stations at, and MHz,” NTIA, Sept.
Loew, Y. Lo, M. Lafin, and E. Pol, " Building penetration measurements from low-height base stations at, and Phoenix Fire Dept Phoenix Fire Department Radio System.
U.S. Department of Commerce, Building penetration measurements from low-height base stations at, and MHz, Sept. NTIA Report  A. Davidson and C. Building penetration measurements from low-height base stations at 912, Measurement of building penetration into medium buildings at and MHz, IEEE Trans.
Veh. The median penetration losses for, and MHz are, and dB, respectively. These penetration losses can be considered for residential buildings in the Medium Scale model.
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Comparison of Radio Propagation Characteristics At - Free download as Word Doc .doc /.docx), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. As shown in Section IV-A, a higher base station antenna gain is needed for some frequency ranges and building types.
Hence, in this section, performance results are presented in terms of DL user throughput assuming a base station antenna gain of dBi.
As we are primarily interested in coverage, the focus has been on simulating low-load cases. The value of "Wge" is dB at MHz and dB at MHz.
~ L o s s = Loss(in) - Loss(out) = a d - G h h+af log(!)+aLos LOS + W (2) where ~ L o s s is the building penetration loss, Loss(in) is the propagation loss between the BS and the receiver inside the building, and Loss(out) is the propagation loss between the BS and the receiver.
Precise characterization of in-building penetration is difficult, a rough approximation of an average penetration loss μi around 10 to 15 dB and a standard deviation σi around 6 dB seems to be the norm in published studies. E.E. Pol, “Building Penetration Measurements From Low-height Base Stations At, and MHz”, NTIA.
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