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Title: Characterization of enhanced building materials for 5G propagation modelling
Authors: Yang, Yuze
Keywords: Engineering::Electrical and electronic engineering
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Nanyang Technological University
Source: Yang, Y. (2022). Characterization of enhanced building materials for 5G propagation modelling. Master's thesis, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Abstract: Up to now, 5G has become one of the technologies widely used in many fields. However, many aspects of 5G communication system have not been deeply studied. The propagation of 5G electromagnetic wave signal in indoor environment has an important impact on the future development direction, coverage and overall success of 5G. In this report ,the experiment aims to study the transmission of 5G through different building materials in different frequency ranges. In order to understand the propagation of different materials at 3.5GHz, including air, glass, plywood, mortar, mortar with iron (III) oxide, we use different EM measurement to conduct two port network software simulation and complete the experimental test by using the waveguide in the laboratory to obtain the data of S-parameters and phases corresponding to different frequencies in the frequency interval. In order to the understand the dielectric and propagation losses within different materials, permittivity and loss tangent values are analyzed. This research also demonstrates the use of the sustainable building materials like iron (III) oxide, as a viable substitute for sand to achieve urban sustainability.
Schools: School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering 
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