An Integrative Overview of the Open Literature's Empirical Data on In-tunnel Radiowave Propagation's Power Loss
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This paper offers a comprehensive and integrative overview of all empirical data available from the open literature on the in-tunnel radiowave-communication channel's power loss characteristics, as a function of the tunnel's cross-sectional shape, cross-sectional size, longitudinal shape, wall materials, presence or absence of vehicular/human traffic, and presence/absence of branches. These data were originally presented in about 50 papers in various journals, conferences, and books.
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Le Li (2006). An Integrative Overview of the Open Literature's Empirical Data on In-tunnel Radiowave Propagation's Power Loss. UWSpace. http://hdl.handle.net/10012/2861
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