Prediction of Propagation Path Loss for Stratospheric Platforms Mobile Communications in Urban Site LOS/NLOS Environment

@article{Iskandar2006PredictionOP,
  title={Prediction of Propagation Path Loss for Stratospheric Platforms Mobile Communications in Urban Site LOS/NLOS Environment},
  author={Iskandar and Shigeru Shimamoto},
  journal={2006 IEEE International Conference on Communications},
  year={2006},
  volume={12},
  pages={5643-5648}
}
Recently, there are of great interests on employing stratospheric platform as a new means of providing IMT-2000. One important issue that has not been much investigated is the propagation characteristic of its link. This paper aims at evaluating the impact of elevation and azimuth angles variation to the propagation mechanism in urban environment for mobile communication link. In order to examine the propagation loss experienced by this system in urban area, we developed the building block… CONTINUE READING

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