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Determining the propagation range of IEEE 802.11 radio LANs for outdoor applications

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This paper details the initial development of a unique microcellular wireless network based on IEEE 802.11 compliant equipment. Cellular design considered a free space propagation model supplemented with results from field tested equipment. This model was then used to determine the signal strength that may be achieved in a variety of different environments by applying a classical propagation loss model. This work is funded by the EPSRC in the UK in association with NORWEB Communications, and is aimed at investigating the use of high bandwidth mobile communications, in support of field engineers in the utility industry

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Local Computer Networks, 1999. LCN '99. Conference on

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Oct 1999