That’s a very valid question and needs investigation. However, an intuitive explanation for this (higher peak of the red curve when v=-1) is that when the obstruction is just below the line of sight the paths of the rays are not that dissimilar and the rays combine constructively. When v=-2,-3,-4 the path lengths are quite different and hence rays do not add up constructively. Makes sense?

John

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Hope this helps.

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Area = 13.33 x Wattage in Kilowatt

Area = 13.33 x 100

Area = 1333 meter squared

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information.

Infact, I am trying to implement the multi-carrier signals in MATLAB. I want to see the sub-carriers and Resource Blocks in matlab figure. How can I implement that? Can you refer me to some resource?

I will be very grateful.

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