Analysis of RSSI of signals sampled from an operational E-Band wireless communication network

25 Jun 2019, 14:50
1h
large seminar room (KIT Campus Alpin)

large seminar room

KIT Campus Alpin

Kreuzeckbahnstraße 19 82467 Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Poster Specific HyMet CML research topics (presentations on Day2, posters on Day1) Posters with coffee and cake

Speaker

Ms. Mor Hadar (Tel-Aviv University)

Description

Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) refers to a measurement of the power of a received radio signal, and it is usually expressed in decibels relative to a milliwatt (dBm) from zero to -120dBm and the closer it is to zero, the stronger the signal is. This work represents an extensive analysis of RSSI of signals sampled from an operational E-Band wireless communication network. The data was gathered and analyzed during the past year (Feb. 2018-Feb. 2019). The network consists of 34 hops, covering the center of the city of Rehovot, a city located in the center of Israel. The analysis covers both dry periods which reveal periodicity phenomenon of the RSSI values and wet periods which thanks to the high sampling time resolution (30 seconds) rain cell movements can be seen in a street level scale.

Primary author

Ms. Mor Hadar (Tel-Aviv University)

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