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These models are mainly used to predict path loss. The deterministic models use the laws governing electromagnetic wave propagation in order to determine the received signal power at a particular location.
Stochastic models, on the other hand, simulate the environment as a series of random variables. The fundamental aim of a radio link is to deliver sufficient signal power at the receiving end of the link. The free space path loss equation can be expressed logarithmically as: where Equation 2 can be simplified if we exclusively utilize the MHz frequency band. Basically, this model is an extension to the free space model and can be analyzed using the following equation: where f is the frequency in gigahertz GHz , ht and hr are the antenna heights forTx and Rx respectively, and d is the overall distance.
Equation 4 can be also simplified and applied in the 2.
System operating margin System Operating Margin SOM also referred to as Fade Margin is defined as the difference between the received signal level and the receiver sensitivity in dBm needed for error free reception.
Also, the System Operating Margin can be calculated using the formula listed below. SOM, basically, is the difference between the signals a radio actually receives vs the signal quality required for adequate data recovery receiver sensitivity.
The System Operating Margin predicts the area of optimal reception between the transmitter and receiver. One of the goals of our research is to determine the maximum speed at which two vehicles can travel in opposing directions without being affected by Doppler shift.
Fast fading Depending on how rapidly the transmitted base band signal changes compared to the rate of channel change, a channel may be classified either as a fast fading or slow fading. Here, we test if our scenario is fast fading or slow fading. The signal base band in IEEE This is not a fast fading channel. Slow fading A slow fading channel may be assumed to be static over one or several reciprocal bandwidth intervals.
In the frequency domain, this implies that the Doppler spread of the channel is much less than the bandwidth of the base band signals. It should be clear that the velocity of the mobile node or velocity of objects in the channel and the base band signal determines whether a signal undergoes fast or slow fading. Now, we are able to analytically determine the speed that the vehicle can travel before it is affected by Doppler Effect. The The results obtained in the experiment and the analytical equation indicate that the Doppler Effect will not affect the communication between vehicles, using the IEEE We realized the experiment at the local private airport of Colima, Mexico, and repeated the test three times.
Figure 1 provides the theoretical, experimental and analytical results of the received signal power over different distances between the transmitter and receiver. The values theoretically expressed are the values shown for Enterasys Wireless cards.
On the other hand, the values obtained experimentally correlated well with those used to obtain the analytical results. The maximum experimental distance between the transmitter and the receiver with Figure 2 indicates experimental and analytical results of the free space loss over specific distances between the transmitter and receiver.
The path loss directly increases with the distance, starting with 40 dB at one meter to 93 dB at meters. The following experiment focused on determining the System Operating Margin between transmitter and receiver figure 3.
The analytical results are achieved using equation 6. Experimental results show good System Operating Margin values between the transmitter and the receiver at a distance of m.
The following experiment consisted of sending Hello messages in the worst case scenario.
Vehicle speed was maintained constant at 5 selected speeds in each test. The tests were conducted by driving in opposing directions on a straightaway at the 5 previously selected speeds.
One laptop was configured as a receiver and the other as a transmitter that streamed UDP packets. Figure 4 shows the results for delivery ratio using OPNET for simulation of the worst case scenario and compares the results with those obtained experimentally.
The pigtail cable used in the experiment was too small to extend it more than 1m. Similar results are reported in Michel, , who investigated the effect antenna position had on the packet delivery ratio and degradation.
They found that antennas mounted on rooftops provide better reception than those mounted on dashboards. According to large scale models, the maximum distance between the transmitter and the receiver is m; however the System Operating Margin SOM feasible at m is over 13 dB, which is above the minimum margin recommended.