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IJSTR >> Volume 7 - Issue 7, July 2018 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Design The Amount Of Error Due To Free Space Loss Model Used By Telecommunication Companies

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AUTHOR(S)

Sadeer D. Abdulameer

 

KEYWORDS

GSM, free space, ATDI, Propagation Model, Towers, system Spacifications.

 

ABSTRACT

Metropolitan Area Networks (MAN) represented by mobile users and towers is our interest in this project. However, with this wide range of vital uses of mobile communication, best spectrum utilization is the most important issue that scientists in wireless communications have to deal with. Accordingly, this project will consider the free space propagation model used by local companies. Sulaimanyia City map will be used as a case study. Matlab program will be our tools to analyze the effect of Free Space Propagation Model on several locations is Sulaimanya. Different clutter loss scenarios will be assumed to find the amount of error in several locations on the city map. Actual parameters of transmitters and Receivers will be collected from Asia Cell Engineers. The paper will be mainly focused on finding the percentage of error on map and validate the results using ICS Telecom Software.

 

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