Path Loss over Hilly Terrain and General Methods of Prediction


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Path Loss over Hilly Terrain and General Methods of Prediction
1010507Path Loss over Hilly Terrain and General Methods of Prediction
<emphasis role="bold">Path-Loss Predictions Based on Model Analysis</emphasis> As might be expected from the discussions in preceding chapters, the propagation-path loss for hilly areas is greater than that for nonhilly areas. It therefore follows that the methods used to predict the signal strength of received transmissions are more difficult in hilly areas than in nonhilly areas [
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William C. Y. Lee: Mobile Communications Engineering: Theory and Applications, Second Edition. Path Loss over Hilly Terrain and General Methods of Prediction, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 1998 1982), AccessEngineering Export