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In this paper, results of mathematical analysis supported by simulation are used to investigate the impact of propagation loss on the performance and information capacity of cellular wireless network at higher microwave carrier frequencies (beyond 2 GHz). At higher microwave carrier frequencies co-channel interfering cells beyond the first six co-channel cell becomes active as the cell size reduces. It is shown that the second tier co-channel interfering cell is more dominant at lower (below 2.5) path loss exponent.
Date of Conference: 4-8 July 2011