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Analysis on the Path Length of M/W Access Link for Mobile Backhaul Design
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 Title & Authors
Analysis on the Path Length of M/W Access Link for Mobile Backhaul Design
Kang, Young-Heung;
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 Abstract
In order to design M/W(microwave) short backhaul above 10 GHz to meet the increase in mobile traffic demand, the rain attenuation as well as the atmospheric conditions such as Earth bulge and Fresnel zone should be considered. In this paper, the path lengths have been estimated theoretically in various frequency bands using the Korean standard rain rate, and an example of path profile has been analyzed in urban area utilizing spectrum management intelligence system (SMIS). These derived minimum path lengths in various frequency bands are compared to the foreign them, and then will be proposed to improve the Korean minimum path length unitized to 10 km. This paper will provide useful information for microwave engineers in designing a M/W access link, and be utilized to make an efficient usage of high frequency bands for the short mobile broadband backhaul.
 Keywords
M/W;Backhaul;Path length;Rain rate;Received signal level;
 Language
Korean
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