Shadowing in urban environments with microcellular or peer-to-peer links

@article{Li2012ShadowingIU,
  title={Shadowing in urban environments with microcellular or peer-to-peer links},
  author={Zheda Li and Rui Wang and Andreas F. Molisch},
  journal={2012 6th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EUCAP)},
  year={2012},
  pages={44-48}
}
This paper revisits the modeling of shadowing in urban microcells, putting particular emphasis on the impact of street canyons. We argue that a categorization of links according to dominant propagation effects (line-of-sight, single diffraction, multiple diffraction) more accurately reproduces not only shadowing variance, but also the autocorrelation behaviour. This hypothesis is supported and quantified by ray launching simulations from downtown Los Angeles. A generic model and simulation… CONTINUE READING
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