Analisis Model Propagasi COST-231 HATA Pada Jaringan LTE Studi Kasus di Daerah Pekanbaru
AbstractLong Term Evolution (LTE) is the 4th generation wireless telecommunications technology as the successor to the Internet Protocol (IP) 3G network. 4G pathways measured by TEMS in outdoor are influenced by many factors. This research will measure and calculate Pathoss values â€‹â€‹on the LTE network in Pekanbaru using COST-231 HATA modeling at the frequency of 1800 MHz. Previously, no one had applied it by comparing the COST- 231HATA propagation model with measurements and theoretically in this Pekanbaru area. To measure the 4G outdoor pathloss value as a reference to calculate and analyze the results from the COST-231 HATA propagation model. After getting the path value measured by TEMS or by theoretical calculations using the COST-231 Hatta propagation model of the 4G network in the Pekanbaru area, it can be determined that the COST-231 HATA propagation model is suitable for use or not for 4G networks in the Pekanbaru area. Based on the tests that have been done using COST-231 HATA modeling, it is not appropriate to use, because from the data that has been taken using a drive test, from the 3 regions that have the data have a high pathloss value which makes the LTE network quality deteriorates. From the results of the MSE (Main square Error) data, it has been found that the housing area has a low pathloss value while the new office area has a high pathloss value.
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