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FIGURE 5.22. The region G and its boundaries change with changes in height factor & from 0 to 1.
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The probability of occurrence for a single scattered wave (curve 1), a double scattered wave (curve 2), and a three-time scattered wave, calculated according to (5.86) (5.90) and observed at the range of 1 2 km from the source, is presented in Figure 5.24. In microcellular conditions (r < 1 2 km) the probability of observing these rays at the receiver for single-to-three-times scattered waves is equal to the unity. For short ranges from the transmitter, only single scattered waves can be observed. On the other hand, in the far eld, the effect of multiscattering becomes stronger than the single-scattering effect. All of the above mentioned probability formulas were substituted in the corresponding integral (5.54) instead of the shadow functions Zab for the signal eld intensity evaluation.