The Department of Communications Engineering organizes a scientific symposium on the attenuation caused by tropical rains for the fifth generation networks
As part of the activities of the second cultural season, the Department of Communications Engineering at the University of Technology organized a scientific symposium on (the attenuation caused by tropical rains for the fifth generation networks), which was delivered by the lecturer, Dr. Mustafa Ghanem Razzouqi, directed by Dr. Hussam Hussein, responsible for the Scientific Division and Cultural Relations, and directly sponsored by Prof. Prof. Dr. Afaneen Anwar Abboud, Head of the Department. The symposium aimed to introduce the fifth generation communication technology to provide a very high data transfer rate compared to the fourth generation technology, especially when using millimeter frequencies, as well as mentioning the reasons for the weak signal in the millimeter frequencies due to high rainfall in tropical countries.
Many models have been suggested by researchers to calculate the signal weakness caused by rain, as the International Telecommunication Union Radio communication ITU-R is still the most used model among these models to calculate predictions of the signal weakness caused by rain, as the statistical characteristics of the rain intensity were presented and calculated Signal weakness on 5G networks through data collected by several rain gauges. At frequencies (26.38Ghz).. At the end of the symposium, the lecturer reviewed the most important results related to the design of fifth generation networks.