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How to Do Radio Coverage Study for Point to Multipoint Base Stations with MLinkPlanner 1.2

How to Do Radio Coverage Study for Point to Multipoint Base Stations with MLinkPlanner 1.2

Coverage study allows estimating the coverage
from the base stations – that is, approximately determine the areas within the subscriber
stations can be located and roughly estimate the achievable link capacity in this place. Coverage study is performed for the following
conditions: 1As parameters of the base stations, the parameters
entered for each of the base stations in the Base Station tab are considered, except for
the transmitter power. The power of all base station transmitters
is assumed to be the same and equal to the power from the Coverage Study Details menu.
2As a subscriber station, “subscriber station installation” is used in the calculations,
that can be located anywhere in the study area, the parameters of which are specified
in the Coverage Study Details menu. 3The calculations do not take into account
the excess path loss due to clutter loss (buildings and trees). Before starting a coverage area study, you
must first specify the parameters of the Base Stations that will be involved in the study
and set those Base Stations to Active. To configure the Coverage Study options, go
to the Coverage Study Details menu Coverage study type
Received Power at subscriber station or Strongest (Most likely) Server
Received power maps show those areas where a given signal power level is present at the
subscriber stations receiver. The strongest server map display is a map
showing the identity of the transmitter supplying the strongest received signal at each grid
location as found using. Base Station Parameters
Transmitter power, dBm Maximum study radius from Base Station, km
Subscriber Station installation Parameters Antenna installation height relative to ground
level, m. Antenna gain, dBi
Feeder loss Margin, dB is Prediction confidence margin
of the calculation results for area study, dB
Color transparency of the signal level (0-max transparency, 255 – no transparency)
You can choose Low-resolution calculation (less computation time) or High-resolution
calculation (more computation time) You can choose the number of signal levels
from 1 to 8 Color of the signal level
Values, dBm Received power level, dBm To perform the coverage study, click the button
Calculate Coverage

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