Channel Propagation Model for Mobile Network Project in Densely Arboreous Environments

@inproceedings{Rodrigues2007ChannelPM,
  title={Channel Propagation Model for Mobile Network Project in Densely Arboreous Environments},
  author={Josiane do Couto Rodrigues and Simone G. C. Fraiha and Herm{\'i}­nio S. Gomes and Gerv{\'a}sio P. S. Cavalcante and A. R. de Freitas and Glaucio H. S. Carvalho},
  year={2007}
}
An electromagnetic wave propagation model in cellular frequency band for densely arboreous suburban environments is presented in this paper. In order to validate the proposed model, its results are compared with ones obtained from measurement campaigns carried out in a typical Amazonian city with suburban characteristics, i.e. low building surrounded by big trees, and some ones from literature. In addition, measurements with different transmitter heights were accomplished to study its influence… CONTINUE READING

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