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  • #11601
    Anne
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    Hi
    In +macroscopic_pathloss_models/TS36942PathlossModel.m

    % Returns the macroscopic pathloss in dB. Note: distance in METERS
    function pathloss_in_db = pathloss(obj,distance)
    % Restrict that pathloss must be bigger than MCL
    switch obj.pathloss_function_handle
    case 1
    pathloss_in_db = obj.pathloss_urban(distance);
    case 2
    pathloss_in_db = obj.pathloss_rural(distance);
    end
    end

    the input parameter (distance) exactly in which mfile calculate, and then use in TS36942PathlossModel.m?

    Best Regards,
    Anne

    #11617

    Hi Anne,

    the input parameter “distance” is calculated in +macroscopic_pathloss_models/generalPathlossModel.m, you find it in the parameter distance_matrix_2D that represents all distances from each base station with every pixel of the Region of Interest (RoI).

    Best,
    Fjolla

    #11618
    Anne
    Participant

    Hi Dr.Fjolla

    Thanks a lot for your guidance and follow up.
    Dear Fjolla, Almost a month ago, i ask a question in forum But I did not receive answer from you and your esteemed colleagues. Please guide me if it is possible for you.

    I work with LTE_sim_main_launcher_femtocells.m, if i want the RX_Power_TB in this path in command window:
    simulation_data/the_UE_traces/RX_Power_TB
    calculate the received power at UE from all of the eNodeB (forexample 7 cells) not only the nearest and the attachment eNodeB, what is the solution? and what changes should be done in the UE.m?
    and Did I understand correctly? this question and top question(distance) are relative?

    I wish the best from Great and Merciful God for you,
    Anne

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