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Title : Site Selection for Base Stations Based on a New Method
Company : Istanbul Technical University Institute of Informatics
File Name : Marangoz.pdf
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Date : 17-Jul-2014
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Author: Mert Marangoz

In mobile telecommunication systems (GSM/2G, EDGE/2.5G, UMTS/3G, LTE/4G ...), the planning of the location of the base station is key for uninterrupted communication. The major problem in achieving ideal signaling between mobile phones and base stations is inaccurate site selection due to the altitude of the region. In addition to altitude, there are many important parameters such as height of buildings and population density. If site selection is inaccurate and determined without reference to any previous parameters, the connection between mobile phones and base stations can be often interrupted and calls can drop. If old or new communication technologies have lots of problems such as inaccurate site selection, these should be fixed and regularly checked by optimization engineers. When a new technology is developed, firstly it should be applied to a trial area. After a period of study, results will indicate its suitability. After the region is determined, the next stage is determination of base station location depending on legal and expert opinion and carried out with site selection tools. When calculations are made to determine site locations, radio wave propagation (Okumura-Hata, Erceg-Greenstein, SUI, etc…) should be simulated using by RF tools to make a coverage map. In this study we created a site selection tool to select sites before calculating the LTE coverage map in built up area for the Beykoz district of Istanbul.
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