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Enhancement and Characterization of Indoor Propagation Models
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Er. Neha Sharma and Dr. G.C. Lall
Wireless LAN, Ekahau Heat mapper, Visi-site survey, propagation modeling and GPS
Radio signal attenuation and path losses depend on the environment and have been recognized to be difficult to calculate and predict. Past studies of the signal propagation, in an indoor environment have used several models with varying degrees of success and complexity. The aim of this paper is, by a precise description of the analytic model for an indoor environment, and uses it for determining the signal strength in an indoor environment. From the characterization, we propose improving existing channel models by building partitioning technique. Experimental data in this paper were processed in MATLAB. The result shows that the RSS values Vs distance help in determine Path Loss, Free Space path Loss, The results explains the variation in multi-wall model and single wall model, comparison between the empirical model with building partitioned model.
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