Investigation of the Effect Different Antenna parameters (Height, Tilt, and Power) on Network Coverage and System Capacity
AbstractThe, prospective of radio, mobile network, topology planning, would be to, provide a configuration, that offers the, necessary coverage, several services, as well as, simultaneously, enhances the system, coverage and capacity. This work, addresses the effect, of antenna height, antenna, tilt and power, on network, and network capacity. Furthermore, the effects of the above mentioned elements had been investigated using MATLAB program. Appropriately the goal of the actual investigation is always to have because high signal strength as is possible in the area in which the cell ought to be serving traffic. Beyond the particular serving part of the cell, typically the signal power should be low so as to fight the problem associated with fluctuation within received sign strength through the mobile customers in a cellular. Results of often the investigation display that greatest coverage is actually obtained in 38m elevation, 46dB strength and 2° tilt.
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