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Sensitivity of information capacity of land mobile cellular system to the base station antenna height at higher microwave frequencies

By K.A. Anang, P.B. Rapajic, T.I. Eneh and G. Oletu

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In this paper, mathematical analysis, supported by simulations is used to study the impact of base station antenna height on the performance of land mobile cellular network. The performance is evaluated in terms of the uplink information capacity of the cellular wireless network, when both the first six co-channel interfering cells (first tier) and those beyond it are considered to be dominant. It is shown that at microwave frequencies beyond 2 GHZ as the antenna height increases the area spectrum efficiency of the land mobile cellular network decreases

Topics: QA75, TK
Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Year: 2011
DOI identifier: 10.1109/iccrd.2011.5764271
OAI identifier: oai:gala.gre.ac.uk:5665
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