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(1 bookmark) In a cellular system where the received signal power is distributed according to a log-normal distribution with mean ? dBm and standard deviation ? dBm. If the outage probability is defined as the probability that the received signal power is above 10 dBm a. What is the outage probability when ? = 15 dBm and ? = 8 dBm? b. What is the value of ? required for the outage probability to be less than 1% – a typical value for cellular systems - if ? = 4 dBm?.

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**a) What is the outage probability when ? = 15 dBm and ?
= 8 dBm**

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**b) What is the value of ? required for the outage
probability to be less than 1% – a typical value for cellular
systems - if ? = 4 dBm?.**

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