Simplified path gain model for mobile-to-mobile communications in an urban high-rise environment

@article{Lu2010SimplifiedPG,
  title={Simplified path gain model for mobile-to-mobile communications in an urban high-rise environment},
  author={Jonathan S. Lu and Henry L. Bertoni and Chrysanthos Chrysanthou and Jeffrey Boksiner},
  journal={2010 IEEE Sarnoff Symposium},
  year={2010},
  pages={1-6}
}
The goal of this work is to create a short-range urban propagation model to predict small area average path gain for mobile to mobile communications with computer running time on the order of 10 ms per link. To achieve such short computation time for a high-rise urban environment, only significant ray paths which travel in the horizontal plane (HP) are considered. The path gain for line of sight (LOS) receiving and transmitting antenna orientation is modeled with the 2-Ray model. For Non-Line… CONTINUE READING
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