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Propagation data and prediction methods for the planning of  indoor radiocommunication systems and radio local area  networks in the frequency range 900 MHz to 100 GHz
Annex 1
1     Introduction
2     Propagation impairments and measures of quality in indoor radio systems
3     Path loss models
        3.1     Site-general models
        3.2     Site-specific models
4     Delay spread models
        4.1     Multipath
        4.2     Impulse response
        4.3     r.m.s. delay spread
        4.4     Statistical models
        4.5     Site-specific models
5     Effect of polarization and antenna radiation pattern
        5.1     Line-of-sight case
                  5.1.1     Effect of polarization
                  5.1.2     Effect of antenna radiation pattern
        5.2     Obstructed path case
        5.3     Orientation of mobile terminal
6     Effect of transmitter and receiver siting
7     Effect of building materials, furnishings and furniture
8     Effect of movement of objects in the room
 9     Angular spread models
        9.1     Cluster model
        9.2     Angular distribution of arrival waves from within i-th cluster
10     Statistical model in static usage
       10.1     Definition
       10.2     System model
                  10.2.1     Probability density function of received power
                  10.2.2     Autocorrelation function of received signal level
                  10.2.3     Power spectrum of received signal
                  10.2.4     Values
                  10.2.5     Examples
Appendix 1 to Annex 1  Alternative method to obtain reflection and transmission coefficients  for building materials represented by N dielectric slabs based on  ABCD matrix formulation