This paper presents a technique of modelling the indoor radio channel that provides an insight into the propagation mechanisms involved. The model by its nature provides a detailed account of the channel, with access to all of the system parameters. To demonstrate the validity of this model, results are presented which show the close match between the real environment and the simulated environment. Although gross approximations are made about the environment, the model still gives good results, highlighting the important parameters that need to be considered in channel models.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings Canadian Conference on Electronics Computer Engineering|
|Pages||WM10 2 1-WM10 2 4|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Sep 1992|