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RF Propagation

Site visualization, propagation model specification, communication links,signal strength, signal coverage maps

RF propagation describes the behavior of electromagnetic radiation from a point of transmission as it travels through the surrounding environment. The analysis of RF propagation is essential in understanding how electromagnetic waves incur losses from a transmitter to a receiver in different scenarios.

Objects

txsiteCreate radio frequency transmitter site
rxsiteCreate radio frequency receiver site

Functions

showShow site location on map
hideHide site location on map
distanceDistance between sites
angleAngle between sites
elevationGround elevation of site
locationLocation coordinates at a given distance and angle from site
coverageDisplay coverage map
patternPlot antenna radiation pattern on map
sinrDisplay signal-to-interference-plus-noise ratio (SINR) map
linkDisplay communication link on map
sigstrengthSignal strength due to transmitter
losPlot or compute the line-of-sight (LOS) visibility between sites on a map
propagationModelCreate RF propagation model

Topics

Site Viewer

Site Viewer basics, basemaps, and troubleshooting

Troubleshooting Site Viewer

When you start Site Viewer up on showing a txsite or rxsite object, a check is made to make sure that you have an Internet connection to retrieve the default basemap and terrain data.

Access Basemaps and Terrain in Site Viewer

You need an active Internet connection for all basemaps except Dark Water.

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