BEHAVIOR OF THE E BAND AS A TRANSMISSION OF 5G NETWORKS IN EASTERN CUBA
Rain is an important cause of radio-communication deterioration. In the case of the millimeter band or E band, the effect of attenuation due to the rain on microwave links in Cuba has so far been little studied. Therefore, this document is intended to predict the behavior of these links in the specific meteorological conditions of Cuba. This prediction is based on the calculation of the attenuations from the rain distribution rate obtained by means of data based on ten years of measurement of rain intensity from the Institute of Meteorology (INSMET) of the eastern region of Cuba. The precipitation rate for one minute of integration time not exceeding 0.01% of the time, using the recommendation ITU-R PN-837-1 it is found that all the cities of the country comply with zone H. The ITU-R PN model 837-7 is then applied to estimate and analyze rain attenuation on terrestrial radio links. Attenuation is predicted for frequencies of 80GHz, for distances between one and five kilometers. The results show the values of the modeling in PATHLOSS in each eastern province of the country, being a tool for the design and prediction of the operation of future microwave systems.
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