RECEIVER RADIO PARAMETERS
All radio receiver parameters and the specific radiation pattern, are configured by default when selecting the study service (technology), with suitable or typical values of the simulation type to perform. Obviously values as wire losses and passive elements must be specified by the user, that depends on the real case to simulate.
In the same way to the links ends, with this window the user can modify these values according to their needs.
•Antenna. Defined from its radiation pattern. Clicking it is possible to access the antenna configuration window.
•Antenna height. Height of the radiating system used.
•Feeder, length and losses.
•Polarization. Orientation of the electromagnetic field radiated from the transmitting antenna. The user can choose between horizontal, vertical, circular or cross.
•Reception Threshold. Minimum signal level for reception. It may be in either field or potential.
•Losses. Due to passive elements such as connectors, cables, diplexers, etc.., except for feeder losses previously contemplated.
•MTTR. Mean Time To Repair the equipment. Only for fixed service receivers.
•Transmission frequencies. It is only available for service receivers where there is a bidirectional communication with the transmitter like mobile services. It the uplink frequency.
•Transmission power. It is only available for service receivers where there is a bidirectional communication with the transmitter like mobile services. It the uplink frequency.
SPECIFIC PARAMETERS FOR EACH TECHNOLOGY
When the receptor (mobile terminal) belongs to a mobile third or fourth generation service, the sector radio parameters contain a set of extra parameters called CDMA parameters or LTE parameters which allow to comute simplified simulations of these services.
It is possible toconsult all parameters to configure in fixed services in Link page.