Learn how to calculate Line of Sight Transmission - Tutorial

How to Calculate Line of Sight Transmission - Definition, Formula and Example

Definition:

The method of transmitting anything from one position to another is known as 'Transmission'. Line of sight transmission is an imaginary line where the transmitting and receiving antennae can be viewed at once.

Formula:
Example:

Let us consider that height of the antenna first antenna as 50 meter, height of the second antenna is 60 meter. How to find the line of sight transmission distance between two antennas.

Given,

Height of antenna (1) = 50m Height of antenna (2) = 60m

Substitute the values using above formula.

Step 1:

dLOS = √ ((2 * 50 * 6.38 * 106 )+ 50 * 50 ) + √ ((2 * 60 * 6.38 * 106 )+ 60 * 60 )

dLOS = √638002500 + √765603600

Step 2:

dLOS = 25258.71 + 27669.54

Step 3:

dLOS = 52928.25 Line of slight transmission distance is '52928.25 meters'.

Learn how to calculate Line of Sight Transmission using this tutorial with definition, formula and example.


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