[DC3] non line of site LTE

Javier Simó javier.simo at urjc.es
Thu May 17 07:39:35 UTC 2018

Hi Peter

I can't tell you about specific equipment, but LOS or NLOS is not 
related to protocols. Distance can be related to protocols, but the 
presence/absence of obstacles that limit the line-of-sight has influence 
only on the link budget and the stability of the link. With higher 
frequencies LOS becomes a must, though with lower frequencies 
propagation can be good without LOS; if you want NLOS for medium 
distances, I guess that you want systems operating in UHF (I think that 
there must exist, as I heard some technical people from Telefonica del 
Peru talking about LTE in 700 MHz).

Hope this helps

El 16/05/18 a las 20:03, peter escribió:
> Hello,
> Does anyone know of or can anyone recommend LTE equipment vendors that
> sell point-to-point or point-to-multipoint radios that are capable of
> non line of site (NLOS)? Is LTE even capable, as a protocol, of dealing
> with non line of sight?
> Peter / Rhizomatica
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