Radio Propagation Measurements During a Building Collapse: Applications for First Responders
Christopher L. Holloway, Galen H. Koepke, Dennis G. Camell, Catherine A. Remley, Dylan F. Williams
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is involved in a research project to improve wireless communications for first responders (firefighters and police) in large structures (i.e., large apartment and office buildings, supermarkets, sports stadiums, warehouses, convention centers, etc.). Part of this effort involves assessing communication problems in large-scale disaster situations (i.e., collapsed buildings). This work utilizes buildings that are scheduled to be imploded. In this paper we present preliminary results of radio-propagation measurements obtained before, during, and after an apartment building implosion.
March 2-5, 2005
2005 International Sym. on Advanced Radio Technology
, Koepke, G.
, Camell, D.
, Remley, C.
and Williams, D.
Radio Propagation Measurements During a Building Collapse: Applications for First Responders, 2005 International Sym. on Advanced Radio Technology, Boulder, CO, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=31909
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