Accuracy evaluation analysis for indoor measurement-based radio-wave-propagation predictions

@inproceedings{AragnZavala2006AccuracyEA,
  title={Accuracy evaluation analysis for indoor measurement-based radio-wave-propagation predictions},
  author={Alejandro Arag{\'o}n-Zavala and Bachir Belloul and V. Nikolopoulos and Simon R. Saunders},
  year={2006}
}
An accuracy evaluation analysis of in-building path loss prediction models is presented, comparing the performance of measurement-based prediction against traditional indoor radio propagation models, such as Keenan–Motley, tuned with measurements. The analysis was conducted using extensive walk test data from various antennas at 1800 MHz collected in two types of buildings: an old Victorian manor-house built from brick and a modern purpose-built office building with open-plan construction. The… CONTINUE READING

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