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Study on the Propagation Characteristics of Radio Wave for Indoor Non-Line-of-Sight

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The propagation characteristics of radio wave have been an important topic in wireless communications. Based on the ray tracing method, the propagation of radio wave for indoor NLOS environment is simulated and analyzed. In this paper, the received power is obtained by simulation, and we will analyze the impact of various factors on the received power. Later, the study can be used to simplify indoor radio wave propagation model and provide a theoretical basis, which is in favor of indoor wireless communication network planning and optimization and can lay the foundation of the development of future technology.

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Chen, F. , Liu, Y. and Wang, P. (2015) Study on the Propagation Characteristics of Radio Wave for Indoor Non-Line-of-Sight. Journal of Computer and Communications, 3, 40-43. doi: 10.4236/jcc.2015.33007.

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