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IDAuthors and TitlePages
19.Cnf-4 Ms. Uzma Siddique
Prof. Habibullah Jamal
Microwave attenuation and prediction of rain outage for GSM transmission networks in Pakistan’s tropical region
1-5
19.Cnf-49 Dr. Khair A. Shamaileh
Mr. Abdullah Qaroot
Prof. Nihad Dib
Design of a miniaturized 10:1 unequal split Wilkinson power divider using non-uniform transmission lines
6-11
19.Cnf-54 Dr. Mutamed Khatib
Simulation model of the block linear precoder
12-17
19.Cnf-55 Dr. Yousef Dama
Prof. Raed Abd-Alhameed
Mr. Fernando Salazar-Quiñonez
Dr. Dawei Zhou
Dr. Stephen Jones
Prof. Peter Excell
Experimental Throughput Analysis for MIMO 802.11n Systems over LOS and NLOS Indoor Scenarios
16-19
19.Cnf-57 Dr. Issa Elfergani
Prof. Raed Abd-Alhameed
Dr. Chan Hwang See
Mrs. Zuhairiah Zainal Abidin
Mr. Hmeda Hraga
Prof. Peter Excell
Compact tunable microstrip F-slot antenna for mobile handset applications
20-23
19.Cnf-58 Dr. Hojat Hamidi
Mr. A. Vafaei
Mr. A. H. Monadjemi
A framework for transformational technique in the high performance computing systems
24-31
19.Cnf-59 Prof. Omar Ramadan
A unified unconditionally stable split-step FDTD algorithm for modeling general dispersive electromagnetic applications
32-35
19.Cnf-61 Mr. Melad Olaimat
Prof. Nihad Dib
A Study of 15-75-90 Angles Triangular Patch Antenna
36-39
19.Cnf-4 Paper View Page
Title Microwave attenuation and prediction of rain outage for GSM transmission networks in Pakistan’s tropical region
Authors Ms. Uzma Siddique, University of Engineering and Technology, Taxila, Pakistan
Prof. Habibullah Jamal, University of Engineering and Technology, Taxila, Pakistan
Abstract The microwave attenuation due to rainfall in tropical regions has not been very widely studied yet. In Pakistan’s tropical environment, line-of-sight microwave communication links were set up and have been operated for several years to study the microwave attenuation characteristics due to tropical rainfall. In this paper the experimental results are presented, including the cumulative distributions of microwave attenuation, the relationship between specific attenuation and rainfall rate. In addition, a rain outage prediction model is proposed which not only predict microwave radio link performance but will also useful in calculating the link degradations due to interference issues. The main focus of this research work has been done keeping in mind the GSM Transmission networks of Pakistan.

The results show that the rainfall rate, the microwave propagation characteristics and outage prediction in Pakistan differ from the International Radio Consultative Committee predictions and ITU recommendation P530.7/8 respectively.

Track MAP: Microwaves, Antennas and Propagation
Conference 4th Mosharaka International Conference on Communications, Propagation, and Electronics (MIC-CPE 2011)
Congress 2011 Global Congress on Communications, Propagation, and Electronics (GC-CPE 2011), 4-6 February 2011, Amman, Jordan
Pages 1-5
Topics Microwave Engineering
Microwave Electronics
ISSN 2227-331X
DOI
BibTeX @inproceedings{4CPE2011,
title={Microwave attenuation and prediction of rain outage for GSM transmission networks in Pakistan’s tropical region},
author={Uzma Siddique, and Habibullah Jamal},
booktitle={2011 Global Congress on Communications, Propagation, and Electronics (GC-CPE 2011)},
year={2011},
pages={1-5},
doi={}},
organization={Mosharaka for Research and Studies} }
Paper Views 45 Paper Views Rank 216/524
Paper Downloads 21 Paper Downloads Rank 373/524
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