Estimation of Received Signal Strength Distribution for Smart Meters With Biased Measurement Data Set

@article{Kielgast2016EstimationOR,
  title={Estimation of Received Signal Strength Distribution for Smart Meters With Biased Measurement Data Set},
  author={Mathias R{\o}nholt Kielgast and Anders Charly Rasmussen and Mathias Hjorth Laursen and Jimmy Jessen Nielsen and Petar Popovski and Rasmus Krigslund},
  journal={IEEE Wireless Communications Letters},
  year={2016},
  volume={6},
  pages={2-5}
}
This letter presents an experimental study and a novel modeling approach of the wireless channel of smart utility meters placed in basements or sculleries. The experimental data consist of signal strength measurements of consumption report packets. Since such packets are only registered if they can be decoded by the receiver, the part of the signal strength distribution that falls below the receiver sensitivity threshold is not observable. We combine a Rician fading model with a bias function… 

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