Average path loss as a function of the logarithm of the distance using the Walfisch-Ikegami model for NLOS

   

    Juan Reig

This virtual lab shows the average path loss in dB as a function of the logarithm of the separation distance between transmitter and receiver using the Walfisch-Ikegami model for NLOS

OBJETIVO:
The objective is to show the dependence of the average path loss in dB on the logarithmic of distance and to study the slope (propagation exponent) of Walfisch-Ikegami model for macrocell and microcell configurations.

INTRODUCCIÓN:
The Walfisch-Ikegami model is frequently used to study the coverage range in urban environments

INSTRUCCIONES:
Enter the parameters of the model. The virtual lab calculates the propagation exponent

                    

Carrier frecuency
(MHz)



Difference
between the
base station
antenna height
and average
rooftop height
in m



Difference
between the
average rooftop
height and
the mobile
antenna height
in m



Average rooftop
height in m



Average
horizontal
building
separation
in m



Average street
width in m



Road orientation
with the first
contribution in º



Environment



 
 

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