Hata Model

The term Hata Model refers to a radio propagation model that is based on the Okumura Model. It is turn has developed separate models for varying environments:

  • Hata Model for Urban Areas
  • Hata Model for Suburban Areas
  • Hata Model for Open Areas

There are more specific models for special uses. For example the COST Hata model, an urban HataModel, was developed by the COopération européenne dans le domaine de la recherche Scientifique et Technique.

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