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Traditional Software Development for WLAN Propagation Model
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Traditional Software Development for WLAN Propagation Model
Ibrahim Anwar Hassan; Ismail Mahamod; Jumari Kasmiran; Kiong Tiong Sieh;
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SPWPM traditional software development is surveyed and essential problems are investigated on the basis of system wireless link considerations. This paper presents the current state software planning tools for wireless LAN link optimization. The software directory is based on combination of MatLab and MapInfo software and measurement which gives the best grouping parameters to build up the software development. Among the requirements assumed, the WLAN site selections must be Line-of-sight (LOS) or near line of sight (NLOS) field strength prediction for either point to point or point to multi points. The results obtainable the out put of the program include two-dimensional (2D) and three dimensional (3D) plots for creating the link; design parameters through GUI representing the height and location for each antenna is depending on K-factor of the area and transmit antenna location.
Software planning tools for WLAN propagation model (SPWPM);Wireless Local Area Networks (WLAN);Line-of-Sight (LOS);Near Line of Sight (NLOS);point to point (P2P);point to multipoint (P2MP) link optimization;K-Factor;Digital Terrain Model (DTM);
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