Analysis of High Frequency Uplink Downlink Channel Parameter with Various K Factor
Dipanwita Bhanja, Sourav Mukherjee, Saptarshi Chakrabortty, Sounak Roychoudhury, Sabyasachi Chaterjee
Frequency; Uplink; Downlink; Channel parameters; K-factor; Wireless Communication Systems; Signal Strength; Delay Spread; Adaptive Communication Systems; Propagation environments.
This paper presents an in-depth analysis of high-frequency uplink and downlink channel parameters, exploring their dynamics under varying K-factor conditions. The ratio of the power in the direct path to the power in the distributed paths, or K-factor, must be thoroughly understood in order to optimize performance in wireless communication systems. The study employs a comprehensive approach to investigate how different K-factor values influence key channel parameters in both uplink and downlink transmissions. Through systematic experimentation and analysis, the research sheds light on the variability of signal strength, delay spread, and other essential parameters across a spectrum of K-factor scenarios. The findings provide valuable insights into the nuanced interactions between K-factor and channel characteristics, offering a foundation for the development of adaptive communication systems that can dynamically adjust to diverse propagation environments. This research contributes to the refinement of high-frequency communication strategies, fostering advancements in the design and implementation of wireless networks for enhanced reliability and efficiency across a range of K-factor scenarios.
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Unique Paper ID: 162332

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 9

Page(s): 256 - 264
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