EL6753 Uhf Propagation For Wireless Systems

Credits: 3.00

The course examines UHF radio applications for cellular mobile radio telephones, wireless local area networks and personal communications networks, propagation and reflection of plane waves and spherical waves; antennas for transmitting and receiving; path loss and link budgets; Huygens’ principle; Fresnel zone and diffraction of plane and spherical waves; mathematical models of UHF propagation over a flat earth, around buildings in cities and within buildings; influence of propagation on capacity of cellular systems.

Prerequisites: Graduate status and undergraduate electromagnetics course. *Online version available.

Textbook: http://ebooks.ebookmall.com/ebook/374068-ebook.htm
Radio Propagation for Modern Wireless Systems
By: Henry L. Bertoni