Planning of Path Loss in Large Scale Signal Propagation Model at 5G Network by Using Linear Regression Methods. Ubaidillah, A., Ulum, M., & Pramono, S. *Journal of Physics: Conference Series*, 2020. doi abstract bibtex The generation of 4G network communication technology will gradually not be able to accommodate the community needs in the increasing data access speed. This research becomes very important to be one of many concepts in developing 5th network technology or 5G. Planning aims to observe the propagation model of 5G network signal to find the transmission path loss values using the mmWave signal propagation model, power link budget calculation, and analysis through linear regression. Based on the study results, the average path loss at 28 GHz and the line of sight and non-light of sight conditions for the Free-Space Reference Path Loss model are 97.7583 dB and 140.7436, while for the 73 GHz frequency each at 105.3378 and 131.6135 dB. Results of error standard deviation of linear regression models of the Reference Free-Space Path Loss at frequency 28 GHz conditions of line of sight and non-light of Sight 0.0636 and 0.7023 respectively, while the 73GHz frequency is 0.2855 and 0.5103, respectively.

@article{Ubaidillah2020,
title = {Planning of {Path} {Loss} in {Large} {Scale} {Signal} {Propagation} {Model} at {5G} {Network} by {Using} {Linear} {Regression} {Methods}},
volume = {1569},
issn = {17426596},
doi = {10.1088/1742-6596/1569/3/032080},
abstract = {The generation of 4G network communication technology will gradually not be able to accommodate the community needs in the increasing data access speed. This research becomes very important to be one of many concepts in developing 5th network technology or 5G. Planning aims to observe the propagation model of 5G network signal to find the transmission path loss values using the mmWave signal propagation model, power link budget calculation, and analysis through linear regression. Based on the study results, the average path loss at 28 GHz and the line of sight and non-light of sight conditions for the Free-Space Reference Path Loss model are 97.7583 dB and 140.7436, while for the 73 GHz frequency each at 105.3378 and 131.6135 dB. Results of error standard deviation of linear regression models of the Reference Free-Space Path Loss at frequency 28 GHz conditions of line of sight and non-light of Sight 0.0636 and 0.7023 respectively, while the 73GHz frequency is 0.2855 and 0.5103, respectively.},
number = {3},
journal = {Journal of Physics: Conference Series},
author = {Ubaidillah, A. and Ulum, M. and Pramono, S.},
year = {2020},
}

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