Indoor Propagation Modeling at 2.4 GHZ for IEEE 802.11 Networks

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This paper discusses indoor propagation modeling.

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Creation Date: April 2006
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UNT College of Engineering
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Akl, Robert G.

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Tummala, Dinesh

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Li, Xinrong

University of North Texas

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Place of Publication: [Alberta, Canada]
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  • Creation: April 2006
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This paper discusses indoor propagation modeling.

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Abstract: The purpose of this study is to characterize the indoor channel for 802.11 wireless local area networks at 2.4 GHz frequency. This work presents a channel model based on measurements conducted in commonly found scenarios in buildings. These scenarios include closed corridor, open corridor, classroom, and computer lab. Path loss equations are determined using log-distance path loss model and log-normal shadowing. The Chi-square test statistic values for each access point are calculated to prove that the observed fading is a normal distribution at 5% significance level. A numerical analysis of measurements in each scenario was conducted and the study determined equations that describe path loss for each scenario.

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6 p.

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Keyword(s): WiFi | Chi-square statistics | path loss | channel modeling
Source: Sixth International Association of Science and Technology for Development (IASTED) International Multi-Conference on Wireless and Optical Communications, 2006, Banff, Alberta, Canada
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UNT College of Engineering
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