Achievable accuracy of site-specific path-loss predictions in residential environments

@inproceedings{Piazzi1999AchievableAO,
  title={Achievable accuracy of site-specific path-loss predictions in residential environments},
  author={Leonard Piazzi and Henry L. Bertoni},
  year={1999}
}
  • Leonard Piazzi, Henry L. Bertoni
  • Published 1999
  • Computer Science
  • The design of future wireless communication systems employing microcells will require a flexible tool for determining the dependence of the coverage area on base-station antenna height and position. In this paper, the accuracy of a ray-based algorithm versus slope intercept models for propagation prediction in residential environments is investigated by comparison with measurements. The measurements were taken in two areas of Trenton, NJ, where building heights ranged from one to three stories… CONTINUE READING

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