Publication Type:

Conference Paper


2015 International Conference on Computer Communication and Informatics (ICCCI), IEEE, Coimbatore, India (2015)



broadband wireless access system, broadband wireless system, cellular network planning, cellular radio, computational modeling, frequency 3.5 GHz, frequency 940 MHz, GSM, IEEE 802.16 WIMAX, Line-of-sight, mathematical model, MATLab simulator, Non Line-of-sight, Path loss, Predictive models, Propagation losses, Propagation models, propagation path loss model, radio network planning, radiowave propagation, receiver antennas, Receiving antennas, SIMO model, single-input and multiple-output model, telecommunication network planning, Transmitting antennas, WiMax, WIMAX cellular network, wireless broadband services, wireless deployment


Now-a-days broadband wireless access system supports potential success in radio network planning. In this paper we have considered GSM and WIMAX cellular network with different operating frequencies in wireless broadband services. The critical task lies on providing large scale dimensioning in broad band wireless system is a vital factor. so, an effective Path loss performance is a pivotal step requirement for deployment of wireless and cellular network planning in SIMO(Single-Input and Multiple-Output)model. In this work we are compared and analyze the various different propagation path loss models for our study. We computed the results by taking different receiver antennas heights(4m and 10m)in urban, suburban, rural (flat)areas. For measuring we have considered GSM(940 MHz) and WIMAX(3.5 GHz)in urban, suburban(NLOS) condition for rural(LOS)condition and used MAT Lab simulator for generating results.

Cite this Research Publication

Dr. N. Rakesh and Nalineswari, D., “Comprehensive performance analysis of path loss models on GSM 940 MHz and IEEE 802.16 WIMAX frequency 3.5 GHz on different terrains”, in 2015 International Conference on Computer Communication and Informatics (ICCCI), Coimbatore, India, 2015.