900-MHz Multipath Propagation Measurements for U . S . Digital Cellular Radiotelephone

@inproceedings{Washington900MHzMP,
  title={900-MHz Multipath Propagation Measurements for U . S . Digital Cellular Radiotelephone},
  author={I S Washington}
}
The results of multipath power delay profile measurements of 900-MHz mobile radio channels are presented. The measurements have focused on acquiring worst case profiles for typical operating locations. The data reveal that at over 98% of the measured locations, rms delay spreads are less than 12 ps. Urban areas typically have rms delay spreads on the order of 2-3 ps and continuous multipath power out to excess delays of 5 ps. In hilly residential areas and in open areas within a city, root mean… CONTINUE READING
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