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A new empirical model for indoor propagation prediction

Authors Cheung, Kwokwai
Sau, Jonathan
Murch, Ross David View this author's profile
Issue Date 1998
Source IEEE transactions on vehicular technology , v. 47, (3), 1998, AUG, p. 996-1001
Summary In this paper, a new empirical model for indoor propagation prediction is presented. The inspiration for our model is to enhance existing empirical models for indoor propagation prediction by incorporating additional phenomena suggested by electromagnetic techniques such as the uniform theory of diffraction (UTD), but still retain the straightforwardness of the empirical approach. The advantage is that computation time for indoor propagation prediction is low without greatly compromising prediction accuracy. Comparisons of our predicted results to measurements indicate that improvements in accuracy over conventional empirical models are achieved.
ISSN 0018-9545
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