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The Istanbul_technical/rssi Dataset
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Crawdad (Dartmouth)
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GSM 900 MHz measurements from a spectrum analyzer combined with GPS measurements taken in an urban macrocell environment.

Our measurement is performed in an urban macrocell environment in the GSM 900 downlink band based on real-life data. By a spectrum analyzer, 5 individual tracks with 10000 measurement data points are obtained. Channel sounding is carried out at a GSM base station located at a height of 6 meters. At every track point measurements are taken in a stationary fashion with 17ms sweep time on the ground level. GPS information is also saved. the signal bandwidth does not exceed the resolution bandwidth of the spectrum analyzer, hence our measurements only include path loss and shadow fading effects Dataset is used in the article "Lognormal Mixture Shadowing". ;

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