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Radio Channel Simulator

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

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Technology Marketing SummaryRadio Channel Simulator (RCSim) is a simulation package for making site-specific predictions of radio signal strength. The software computes received power at
discrete grid points as a function of the transmitter location and propagation environment. It is intended for use with wireless network simulation packages and to support wireless network deployments. DescriptionThe propagation model predicts signal strength with greater accuracy and in more detail than competing models. Applications include the design of wireless networks for use underground (e.g., in mines), factory floors, and other, similarly complex propagation environments. These types of applications are inaccessible to most contemporary approaches.BenefitsGreater accuracy and detail
Supports wireless network deployments in complex propagation environments


Applications and IndustriesWarehouses
Mines

More InformationCopyright
©2007, Radio Channel Simulator

Technical Point of Contact
Jim Nutaro
Computational Sciences and
Engineering Division
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Technology Status
Technology IDDevelopment StageAvailabilityPublishedLast Updated
40000083DevelopmentAvailable09/25/201209/25/2012

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To: David L. Sims<simsdl@ornl.gov>