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Title: Propagation measurements and multipath channel modelling for line-of-sight links at 19.5 GHz
Authors: Naicker, K
Mneney, SH
Keywords: Multipath propagation modelling
Multipath fading
Channel transfer function modelling
Terrestrial line-of-sight links
Path profiling
Propagation measurements
LOS link
Issue Date: Jun-2006
Publisher: SAIEE Publications (Pty) Ltd
Citation: Naicker, K and Mneney, SH. 2006. Propagation measurements and multipath channel modelling for line-of-sight links at 19.5 GHz. SAIEE Africa Research Journal, Vol. 97(2), pp 162-171
Abstract: The research aims to characterise the performance of the link by evaluating the effects of multipath propagation under various meteorological conditions. A LOS link was established between the Howard College and Westville campuses of UKZN and passes over both hilly and suburban terrain. The channel response was examined over a 200 MHz bandwidth centered at 19.5 GHz
Description: Copyright: 2005 SAIEE (The South African Institute of Electrical Engineers) Publications
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/2815
ISSN: 1991-1696
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