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Model Fitting to Account for the Weather’s Impact on Wireless Propagation at 2.4 GHz
- Bri, Diana, Garcia, Miguel, Lloret, Jaime, Ramos, Francisco
- National Academy science letters 2017 v.40 no.2 pp. 127-130
- information technology, mathematical models, meteorological parameters, wireless technology
- Usually, users of outdoor wireless local area networks have a good quality of experience and they do not have any complaint about its performance. However, under certain weather conditions, their performance decreases due to influence of meteorological variables on wireless signal propagation and users notice this deterioration through disconnections, delays, data loss, etc. This paper presents the research carried out in order to approach the unsuccessful transmission of different frames at MAC layer from the weather conditions at run time by using mathematic models.