The application of ray tracing and the geometrical theory of diffraction to indoor channel modelling

David Laurenson, S. McLaughlin, A.U.H. Sheikh

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Abstract

Ray tracing and the geometrical theory of diffraction are applied to a simulation of the radio channel experienced by equipment communicating inside buildings. Comparisons are made between the simulated results and electromagnetic measurements through the use of probability distributions fitted to the data. The system parameters are determined from the simulation, and used to recreate the channel in a statistical manner, demonstrating that a limited set of information on the channel is sufficient to model the channel
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIEEE Global Telecommunications Conference, 1993 (GLOBECOM '93)
Pages1242-1246 vol.2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 1993

Keywords

  • electric variables measurement, electromagnetic wave diffraction, mobile radio systems, probability, radiowave propagation, ray tracing, telecommunication channels electromagnetic measurements, geometrical theory of diffraction, indoor channel modelling, probability distributions, radio channel simulation, ray tracing, system parameters

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