Evaluation of different signal propagation models for a mixed indoor-outdoor scenario using empirical data

Artemenko, Oleksandr; Rubina, Alina; Nayak, Adarsh Harishchandra; Menezes, Sanjeeth Baptist; Mitschele-Thiel, Andreas GND

In this paper, we are choosing a suitable indoor-outdoor propagation model out of the existing models by considering path loss and distance as parameters. A path loss is calculated empirically by placing emitter nodes inside a building. A receiver placed outdoors is represented by a Quadrocopter (QC) that receives beacon messages from indoor nodes. As per our analysis, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) model, Stanford University Interim (SUI) model, COST-231 Hata model, Green-Obaidat model, Free Space model, Log-Distance Path Loss model and Electronic Communication Committee 33 (ECC-33) models are chosen and evaluated using empirical data collected in a real environment. The aim is to determine if the analytically chosen models fit our scenario by estimating the minimal standard deviation from the empirical data.

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Artemenko, Oleksandr / Rubina, Alina / Nayak, Adarsh Harishchandra / et al: Evaluation of different signal propagation models for a mixed indoor-outdoor scenario using empirical data. 2016.

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