A Ray Tracing Model for Wireless Communications

Hasanain A.H. AL-Behadili, Mohsin Najim Sarayyih Almaliki, Saddam K. Alwan AlWane


Recently, there has been an interest in modelling of the communication process. One of the most important reasons for developing such models is to forecast what will be happened. A number of modelling studies provide several assumptions and use different theories. up to now, there is still a lack of an optimum model which can be used for the purpose of future communications. This indicates a need to understand the aspects of communication modelling and the motivation behind improving our knowledge in this field. This paper details work done to design a propagation model of a wireless communication system to give a forecast of signal behavior. Data for this study were collected using a wireless communication system employed in the outdoor environment. The final part of this paper gives a summary and description of findings which include a comparison between the experimental and simulation results. The model finally shows a similar trend with the observation.


communications, Modelling , Indoor environment , Outdoor environment , ray tracing

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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) – eISSN: 1865-7923
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