Proceedings of the 2017 5th International Conference on Frontiers of Manufacturing Science and Measuring Technology (FMSMT 2017)

Study of the influence factors on wireless channel by setting an inside wireless environment

Authors
Haobo Li, Haoliang Li, Ruibo Chen, Hailong Xu
Corresponding Author
Haobo Li
Available Online April 2017.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/fmsmt-17.2017.244How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Wireless channel, Received signal, Power, Path loss, Antenna.
Abstract
This paper measured the influence factors on wireless channel by setting a inside wireless environment and some test models. For the same environment, the power of received signal is reduced as the increase of the distance between transmitters and receivers. The values of path loss is between 2 and 4 .In a vertical plane, at the range of 0ø to 180 ø for the angle between transmitting and receiving antennas, the factors on received signal power is substantially symmetrical about = 90 ø. However, the left side is higher than the right because of the height of antennas and the outside environment.The effects by obstacles on received signal are different for the materials and size of obstacles. With the increases of obstacles' area, the direct signal is reduce, the diffraction signal is increase, the power of the received signal is reduced for the reduce of direct signal and increase of diffraction signal. For different species, the resistance capacity for multiply fading of OFDM is better than single-carrier signal.
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AU  - Haobo Li
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AU  - Ruibo Chen
AU  - Hailong Xu
PY  - 2017/04
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TI  - Study of the influence factors on wireless channel by setting an inside wireless environment
BT  - Proceedings of the 2017 5th International Conference on Frontiers of Manufacturing Science and Measuring Technology (FMSMT 2017)
PB  - Atlantis Press
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