3D mode spec?

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  • #6538
    Naser
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    Dear Fjolla,

    Can we use TU channel model in the 3D simulation type?
    Are the results meaningful in this case ?

    Secondly,
    when running normal 3D mode, there are some UE’s that are dropped far beyond the parent eNB,
    (see attached snapshot), can we limit UE drops to rectify this case ?

    UE_to_parent eNB

    Thanks,
    Naser

    #6622

    Dear Naser,

    The 3D channel model can be simulated by using the specific config file +simulation_config/tri_sector_3D.m for the 3D channel model. If you want to use another channel model then you can use other config files depending on the geometry of the netwrok, i.e. TU channel is possible to use with all other config files exept the tri_sector_3D.m.

    Regarding second question, I can’t see any attached file. UEs are dropped within the cell range, if you want any specific UE distribution you can add or modify the UE distribution in +spatial_distibutions.

    Best regards,
    Fjolla

    #6624
    Naser
    Participant

    Dear Fjolla,

    Thanks for you time answering our questions and concerns,

    in the first question “what if” we consider TU for tri_sector_3D, Is the results realistic ?

    The second question, please consider the following link for the snapshot of UE’s located far away from the coverage area of their parent eNB:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByuP3ALepoBWVEk2bldQRE1GS1U/view?usp=sharing

    Thanks again,
    Naser

    #7040

    Dear Naser,

    1. Considering TU channel with the tri_sector_3D config file is just not possible. Different parameter set and different way of generating the channel happens for TU and 3D model.

    2. For the UE associations, this effect happens only when the UE is in LOS with the eNodeb, which is defined in the 3D channel model.

    Best regards,
    Fjolla

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