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Dynamic Pathloss Model for Place and Time Itinerant Networks

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t Future mobile communication networks are expected to be more intelligent and
proactive based on new capabilities that increase agility and performance. However, for any successful mobile network service, the dexterity in network deployment is a key factor. The efficiency of the network planning depends on how congruent the chosen path loss model and real propagation are. Various path loss models have been developed that predict the signal propagation in various morphological and climatic environments; however they
consider only those physical parameters of the network environment that are essentially static. Therefore, once the signal level drops beyond the predicted values due to any variance in the environmental conditions, very crowded areas may not be catered well enough by the deployed network that had been designed with the static path loss model.
This paper proposes an approach that incorporates the environmental dynamics factor in the propagation model for intelligent and proactively iterative networks.
TidsskriftWireless Personal Communications
Sider (fra-til) 641–652
Antal sider11
StatusUdgivet - 5 maj 2018

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