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  • Electromagnetic Field in Anechoic and EMC Chambers - Part I - Modelling 

    Mazanek, M.; Klepal, M.; Pechač, Pavel (Společnost pro radioelektronické inženýrství, 2000-04)
    Anechoic and EMC chamber at the CTU in Prague was designed and used for a variety of antenna measurements and EMI testing. Due to different measurement methods (near field, far field, compact range, and EMI measurement) ...
  • Empirical Models for Indoor Propagation in CTU Prague Building 

    Pechač, Pavel; Klepal, M. (Společnost pro radioelektronické inženýrství, 2000-04)
    Indoor propagation modelling is demanded for the design and maintenance of indoor wireless services. Empirical modelling seems to be the most efficient approach. Even so there are many studies dealing with empirical models ...
  • Novel Approach to Indoor Propagation Modeling 

    Pechač, Pavel; Klepal, M.; Novotny, K. (Společnost pro radioelektronické inženýrství, 2000-09)
    An indoor propagation prediction for personal communication systems is demanded for modern wireless services. There are two main general approaches for indoor propagation modeling: empirical and deterministic. Both of them ...
  • Results of Indoor Propagation Measurement Campaign at 1900 MHz 

    Pechač, Pavel; Klepal, M.; Zvanovec, S. (Společnost pro radioelektronické inženýrství, 2001-12)
    For the design of indoor picocellular systems in the frequency band of 1800/2100 MHz, a signal propagation modelling is needed. Empirical and semi-empirical models represent an efficient approach to the coverage prediction. ...
  • Wireless LAN Network Design: Site Survey or Propagation Modeling? 

    Zvanovec, S.; Pechač, Pavel; Klepal, M. (Společnost pro radioelektronické inženýrství, 2003-12)
    There are two basic ways to deploy wireless LAN access points in an indoor scenario: manual deployment using a site survey based on empirical measurements or planning using a software tool with built-in signal propagation ...