65 inches = 1.65 meters

39 inches = 1 meter

So the area of a single panel is 1.65 squared meters. Divide the total area by this number and you get the number of panels.

Number of panels = 13236 / 1.65 = 8022 panels

Usually solar panels are placed at an inclination so that they get maximum radiation from the sun. This inclination depends upon the latitude of the location. So there needs to be some spacing between the panels so they do not cause shading. A good ball park estimate for the number of panels is about half the number that is calculated for the case if the panels were flat.

8022/2 = 4011 or approximately 4000 panels

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Basically this means that Gain takes into account the losses in radiation whereas Directivity does not.

https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-difference-between-Directivity-and-Antenna-Gain

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]]>Do I have to estimate the k factor for each path or there is a way to estimate the factor in the whole channel?

Thank you in advance!

]]>I do not understand what you mean by “Real Capacity”.

]]>But how can we test and find the shannon capacity of a new system, for example, sending an amount of data and receive it at the other end and measure the capacity.

It is obvious for BER, you just send some data and measure how many of them where failed to decode properly. But how can you find it’s capacity?? ]]>