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Effect of Path Loss Models for CDMA Base Station Deployment in LOS Environments
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 Title & Authors
Effect of Path Loss Models for CDMA Base Station Deployment in LOS Environments
Min, Seung-Wook;
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 Abstract
Cell Capacity and cell layout are strongly dependent on the up-link interference caused by out-of-cell mobiles. Accurate prediction of the propagation path loss from out-of-cell mobiles is essential to achieve system designs that minimize the infrastructure required for a given quality of service (QOS). Less accurate predictions can be expected to yield designs requiring the use of a greater number of base stations. In order to quantify the dependence of infrastructure on prediction accuracy, this paper considers the cellular systems, LOS (line of sight) cells along a road or highway.
 Keywords
propagation model;two slope model;
 Language
Korean
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