Path loss Optimization in WIMAX Network using Genetic Algorithm
IRAQI JOURNAL OF COMPUTERS, COMMUNICATIONS, CONTROL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING,
2020, Volume 20, Issue 1, Pages 24-30
AbstractThe most necessary factors effect on the standard of broadband access services in mobile systems are WIMAX signal throughput and area coverage range. The environment controls are based on the sign power of any radio communication system. The sign power in any base station site relies on the space between the transmitter and the receiver, carrier frequency for the transmitter and the receiver along on the path loss. One of the most generally utilized experimental model to predict the path loss is the COST-231 Hata model. In this paper, the path loss rates have calculated based on the WIMAX criterion frequency at an area with 3.5GHz, that constant distances (7km) of transmitting base station into receive base station in urban, suburban environments. The execution of the COST-231 Hata paradigm and optimized paradigm are rated over the path loss. This model is optimized using Genetic Algorithm Technique using a computational tool MATLAB. Path loss results acquired show that the optimized paradigm rates a little higher than rates standard. The distance (7km)is good because of achieving the lowest value for path loss.
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